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    Everybody’s Magazine [v4 #20, April 1901] (John Wanamaker, 10¢, 125pp, 6½" x 9")
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 290 · Portrait of Mr. R. Alfred Stieglitz (1895): Frontispiece for “Photography as a Fine Art” · Anon. · fp
    • 291 · The Charm of English Gardens · Neltje Blanchan · ar
    • 301 · The African Elephant at Home · Ewart Scott Grogan · ar
    • 308 · A Pauper Romance · Maximilian Foster · ss
    • 320 · Concerning “Bad Men” The True “Bad Man” of the Frontier, and the Reasons for His Existence · Owen Wister · ar
    • 329 · The Wolf Hunt · Charles Major · ss
    • 337 · A Monster Tunnel Under the Ocean. An Interview with M. Jean Berlier, Who Proposes to Connect Europe and Africa by a Twenty-Five-Mile Tunnel Under the Mediterranean · Eugene P. Lyle, Jr. · ar
    • 344 · Electricity as a Domestic · George Iles · ar
    • 347 · The Making of a Country Home [Part 3 of 10] · J. P. Mowbray (“J. P. M.”) · sl
    • 359 · Photography as a Fine Art. II.—Alfred Stieglitz and His Work · Charles H. Caffin · ar
    • 372 · An Easter Card · Mary E. Wilkins · ss
    • 378 · “Hush” · Howard Weeden & H. T. Burleigh, music · sg
    • 381 · News from the Woods and Fields. The Awakening of Spring · L. W. Brownell · ar
    • 391 · Transatlantic Telephoning. The Remarkable Invention by Which Dr. M. I. Pupin Has Revolutionized the Transmission of Electricity · William A. Anthony · ar
    • 398 · Joscelyn Cheshire [Part 5 of 7] · Sarah Beaumont Kennedy · sl
    • 407 · Ezra Fitch’s Idees on Vice · Ezra Fitch · hu
    • 408 · Why New York Needs Purifying · Right Rev. Henry Codman Potter · ar


    Everybody’s Magazine [v4 #21, May 1901] (John Wanamaker, 10¢, 125pp, 6½" x 9")
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 418 · “There Was Something Like a Suspended Pout on Her Lips”: Frontispiece for “The Making of a Country Home” · Anon. · fp
    • 419 · The Making of a Country Home [Part 4 of 10] · J. P. Mowbray (“J. P. M.”) · sl
    • 430 · Terror. The Story of a Deer’s Life · Maximilian Foster · ar
    • 441 · Making Rain by Electricity. The Remarkable Discoveries of Elmer Gates—How Showers and Thunderstorms Are Made in the Laboratory—A Notable Advance Promised in Predicting Weather Changes · Clifford Howard · ar
    • 448 · The Voice of Slang · William J. Lampton · pm
    • 449 · Buldy Jones, Chef de Claque · Frank Norris · ss
    • 460 · A Good Lie Gone Wrong · Eleanor Hoyt · ss
    • 466 · How to Go on the Stage. A Consensus of Opinion from Our Most Famous Actors and Managers · Franklin Fyles · ar
    • 473 · Adventures in News-Getting. The Mystery of Russell Sage’s Assailant—His Identity Discovered from a Single Button by a New York Reporter—"Nero," the Great Nubian Lion, and His Famous Outbreat—Getting an Account of the Loss of the “Victoria”—How Two Newspaper Men Reformed the Pest Hospital on North Brother Island · Allen Sangree · ar
    • 479 · A Ballad of Charlie’s Men · Sharlot M. Hall · pm
    • 480 · Photography as a Fine Art. III.—Mrs. Gertrude Kasebier and the Artistic-Commercial Portrait · Charles H. Caffin · ar
    • 496 · A Court-Martial Extraordinary · Katharine H. Brown · ss
    • 501 · Edward F. Croker, “Chief.” A Character Study of the Chief of the New York Fire Department · Lindsay Denison · ar
    • 511 · The Emigrant Banshee · Gertrude Henderson · ss
    • 519 · A Most Remarkable “Medium”—Mrs. Piper, of Boston · Mary C. Blossom · ar
    • 525 · Fortunes for the World’s Benefactors. A Swedish Millionaire Who Left $350,000 Each Year for the Five Men Who Have Done Most for Humanity During the Preceding Twelve Months · Eugene P. Lyle, Jr. · ar
    • 528 · Joscelyn Cheshire [Part 6 of 7] · Sarah Beaumont Kennedy · sl
    • 528 · “I Have Seen No Human Being Save Our Party of Three.”: Illustration for “Joscelyn Cheshire” · Anon. · il


    Everybody’s Magazine [v4 #22, June 1901] (John Wanamaker, 10¢, 125pp, 6½" x 9")
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 546 · “Halloran, Seizing His Bag, Fled Unsteadily to the Edge of the Tote-Road and Turned, Wild and Malevolent as Ever.”: Frontispiece for “Black Murchison” · Anon. · fp
    • 547 · Alone Up Mt. Katahdin · A. Radclyffe Dugmore · ar
    • 559 · “And Then Above the Many Voices of the Pent-Up Stream They Heard the Clipping Strokes of His Axe.”: Illustration for “Black Murchison” · Anon. · il
    • 560 · Black Murchison · Maximilian Foster · ss
    • 572 · Fighting Pests with Insect Allies. How the Entomologists Saved the California Orange-Growers from Ruin—"Ladybirds" Imported from Australia to Kill Off the White Scales—Each Ladybird Produces Seventy-Five Billion Others in Six Months, and All Feed on Nothing but White Scales—Grass-hoppers Kept Down by a Fungus—One Big Industry Created by an Imported Insect—The Whole World Searched for Enemies of Special Pests · L. O. Howard · ar
    • 578 · A Son of the Border · E. C. Little · ar
    • 588 · “When de Angels Call” · Howard Weeden & H. T. Burleigh, music · sg
    • 590 · Joscelyn Cheshire [Part 7 of 7] · Sarah Beaumont Kennedy · sl
    • 609 · The Making of a Country Home [Part 5 of 10] · J. P. Mowbray (“J. P. M.”) · sl
    • 621 · The Voice of Matrimony · William J. Lampton · pm
    • 622 · The Tenth of June, 1715 · Andrew Lang · pm
    • 624 · Firing at an Approacing Hail-Storm: Illustration for “Shooting Away Hailstorms” · Anon. · il
    • 625 · Shooting Away Hailstorms · Eugene P. Lyle, Jr. · ar
    • 637 · Photographing the Sun. How and Why the Scientists Study the Sun’s Corona · Maximilian Foster · ar
    • 645 · On the Stroke of Nine · Charles Major · ss
    • 650 · Vicissitudes of the Wheel · Eleanor Hoyt · ar
    • 653 · The Study of Children. Interesting Results Obtained by the Investigation of Large Numbers of Children—Relation of Mental and Physical Powers to Birth, Sex, and Nationality—Valuable Lessons for All Parents and Teachers · Arthur MacDonald · ar
    • 662 · The Laying of the Pipe · Theodore Waters · ss
    • 667 · The Truth About “Christian Science.” A Psychopathic Study · Thomson Jay Hudson, LL.D. · ar


    Everybody’s Magazine [v5 #23, July 1901] (John Wanamaker, 10¢, 125pp, 6½" x 9")
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 2 · “That Arrant Little Rebel, Mistress Phyllis Westmacott.”: Frontispiece for “From the Chops of the Lion” · Anon. · fp
    • 3 · Photography as a Fine Art. IV—Methods of Individual Expression · Charles H. Caffin · ar
    • 17 · Sabe Hike? The Life of Our Soldiers in the Philippines · Oscar King Davis · ar
    • 27 · Legs · Maximilian Foster · ss
    • 37 · The Real Abdul Hamid. A Character Sketch of the Mysterious and Terrible Sultan of Turkey · Eugene P. Lyle, Jr. · ar
    • 44 · Ole Miss an’ de Yankee · Mrs. W. A. Leland · ss
    • 48 · What to Eat to Live Long · Dr. H. W. Wiley · ar
    • 55 · The Truth About “Christian Science.”—A Psychopathic Study. II.—An Explanation of Mental Healing · Thomson Jay Hudson, LL.D. · ar
    • 61 · Christian Science Is the Truth. A Reply to “The Truth About ’Christian Science.’” · W. D. McCrackan · ar
    • 65 · The Making of a Country Home [Part 6 of 10] · J. P. Mowbray · sl
    • 77 · A Marquis in the Bad Lands · G. W. Ogden · ar
    • 90 · At the Inner Gate of Tien-Tsin · Adachi Kinnosuké · ss
    • 96 · An Evening Near Athens · Lloyd Mifflin · pm
    • 97 · From the Chops of the Lion · William MacLeod Raine · ss
    • 105 · Where Earthquakes Write Their Autographs · Ludlow Brownell · ar
    • 113 · The Old Gray Eagle · Booth Tarkington · ss
    • 117 · Is There a Dramatic Profession? · Franklin Fyles · ar
    • 123 · Uninvented Inventions. Some Unsolved Problems Which Offer Great Fortunes to Any One Who Can Master Them · Francis F. Coleman · ar


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