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    The American Magazine [v71 #6, April 1911] (The Phillips Publishing Co., 15¢, 128pp, standard, cover by Arthur Covey) (Full Text)
    Details supplied by John Locke & Denny Lien.
    • 689 · The Quest · Frederick Peterson · pm
    • 691 · The Thin Crust of Civilization—A Study of the Liquor Traffic in a Modern American City · Ray Stannard Baker · ar; about Newark, Ohio and what happened there.; illustrated by photos & map
    • 705 · Neutria · George Pattullo · ss; “The Autobiography of a Horse”.; illustrated by Edward Borein
    • 714 · “The Things That Are Caesar’s”. How We Pay Without Knowing It · Albert Jay Nock · ar; illustrated by Walter J. Enright
    • 720 · The Man Who Came Back · Edna Ferber · ss; “The Story of an Ex-Con and a Waitress”.; illustrated by John Wolcott Adams
    • 727 · Interesting People · [Various] · cl; [Mrs. Alfred LeRoy Hodder (Superintendent of Women’s Prison in Sherborn, MA); Edward S. Martin (Editorial writer for Life magazine and Harper’s); Charles Banks (Negro banker and businessman in Mound Bayou, MS); Charles Barrett (President of National Farmer’s Union); Savoyard (Colonel Eugene W. Newman of Kentucky)]; illustrated by photos
    • 739 · Of Peace and Good Will · Paul U. Kellogg · ar [Andrew Carnegie]
    • 747 · “When the World Busts Through” · William Allen White · ar
    • 748 · The Elder Generation · Neith Boyce · ss; “A Love Story with a Moral for Parents”.; illustrated by Mary Greene Blumenschein
    • 758 · The Great Express Monopoly III. “Might Makes Right” · Albert W. Atwood · ar; “The Story of the United States Express Company and of its Government Contract”; illustrated by photos
    • 771 · The Secret Garden [Part 6 of 10] · Frances Hodgson Burnett · n.; illustrated by J. Scott Williams
    • 782 · Indiana Politics · Kin Hubbard · ar; “The Ruling Passion Among the Hoosiers”; illustrated by Kin Hubbard
    • 785 · The Principles of Scientific Management [Part 2 of 3] · Frederick W. Taylor · ar; illustrated by photos
    • 795 · The Theatre: The Conquest of Charm · Walter Prichard Eaton · cl; [Edith Matthison, Julia Marlowe, Dorothy Parker and Edgar Kent, Ethel Barrymore and Charles Walcott, May Blayney and Maude Adams]; illustrated by photos
    • 803 · The Young Man · James Oppenheim · ss; “The Story of a Miracle and a Hard Fight”.; illustrated by James Daugherty
    • 810 · The Pilgrim’s Scrip · [Various] · lt
    • 812 · In the Interpreter’s House · [The Editor] · ed





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