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    The Scrap Book [v8 #6, December 1909] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 150+2pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 951 · True Stories of the Occult, by Well-Known Men
    • _951 · The Strange Power Called Intution · John D. Crimmins · ar
    • _952 · Here Is a Clairvoyant Vision · Wilton Lackaye · ar
    • _952 · Some Impressions and Presentiments · General Merriam · ar
    • _953 · The Ghost of the Foreroyal · Robert D. Evans · ar
    • _954 · A Premonition of Death · William Hodge · ar
    • _955 · The Cherub That Sits Up Aloft · George C. Perkins · ar
    • _955 · Evidence of Spirit Return · James H. Hyslop · ar
    • _956 · An Experience in Mind-Reading · Charles A. Towne · ar
    • _957 · General Grant and the Fortune-Teller · Senator Depew · ar
    • _958 · A Real Case of Telepathy · Colonel Robert M. Thompson · ar
    • _959 · Clairvoyance and Clairaudience · Thomas A. Wise · ar
    • _959 · Curious Case of a True Psychic · J. E. Dodson · ar
    • _960 · A Real Case of Clairvoyance · John D. Quackenbos · ar
    • _961 · A Dream That Came True · Douglas Fairbanks · ar
    • 961a · What Have You Named Him? · Anon. · ar
    • 961b · A Rival of Mammoth Cave · Anon. · ar
    • 962 · Nobody’s Song · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 963 · The Salvation of “Jones” · Charles J. Williams · ss
    • 965 · Noises of the Darkness · Paul Regard · ar
    • 968 · What Constitutes Good Cheer · Anon. · ar
    • 969 · The Robber Who Came to Life · Kurt Knode · ss
    • 970 · About Hanging Up Your Stocking · Anon. · ar
    • 971 · A Presentiment · Marcel Prévost; translated by Harry Thurston Peck · ss (r); translated from the French.
    • 973 · They Who Sell in the Streets · George Jean Nathan · ar
    • 979 · The Oldest Belgian Newspaper · Anon. · ar
    • 980 · In a Drear-Nighted December · John Keats · pm The Poetical Works and Other Writings of John Keats, Reeves & Turner 1883
    • 981 · The Search for Bob Jones [Part 1 of 2] · Kit Dealtry · sl
    • 994 · The King and the Birds · Anon. · ar
    • 995 · Those Odd Agreements Between Men and Women · Rose C. Tillotson · ar
    • 999 · Cement Houses in China · Anon. · ar
    • 1000 · The Baby · George MacDonald · pm (r); A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895, ed. Edmund Clarence Stedman, Riverside Press 1895
    • 1001 · The Magic Mace of Congress · George Gray Haven · ar
    • 1005 · Alas! for the Early Vegetarian · Anon. · ar
    • 1006 · The Legend of the Holy Grail · Anon. · ar
    • 1010 · A Great Sea-Song: “A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea” · Allan Cunningham · pm (r)
    • 1011 · Business and Politics · Frank MacDonald · ar
    • 1013 · Spukenswald · Anon. · ss (r); translated from the German.
    • 1022 · Together · Gerald Massey · pm (r)
    • 1023 · The Lurking Death · Roger O’Dell · ar; on sentinels slain in war.
    • 1025 · Life on the Spanish Main · Anon. (by W. H. Dilworth) · ex (r); from History of the Buccaneers, 1758.
    • 1030 · How the Czar Passes a Day · Anon. · ar
    • 1031 · Is There Life on Mars? · Camille Flammarion · ar (r)
    • 1034 · Adam’s First Sleep · Anon. · pm
    • 1035 · About Women in General · Anon. · ar; on the theories of J.P. Mobius.
    • 1038 · Was the Pole Worthwhile? · Herbert Kaufman · ar
    • 1039 · Say, Are You Crazy? · Paul West · ar
    • 1046 · Hard Libel-Laws in England · Anon. · ar
    • 1047 · The Man Without a Shadow [Part 2 of 2] · Adelbert von Chamisso · na 1824, as “Peter Schlemihl”; translated from the German (“Peter Schlemihls Wundersame Geschichte”, Johann Leonard Schrag, 1814).
    • 1053 · Well Worth the Price · Will Owen · ct
    • 1054 · The Mistletoe Bough · Thomas Haynes Bayly · pm Songs and Ballads, Carey and Hart 1844
    • 1055 · America’s Undiscovered Jewels · Anon. · ar
    • 1057 · Odd Facts About Jewels · Anon. · ar
    • 1058 · Crocodiles Along the Nile · Anon. · ar
    • 1059 · Christmas in the Navy · Anon. · ar
    • 1060 · England’s Many Odd Survivals · Anon. · ar
    • 1061 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 1074 · From Uncle Sam’s Scrap Book · Anon. · ms
    • 1075 · The Hall of Transient Fame · Anon. · cl
    • 1077 · The Lead Chambers of Venice · Jean Jacques de Casanova · ex (r); from Memoirs.
    • 1083 · Little Luxuries of the Pole · Will Owen · ct The Tatler
    • 1084 · Some Familiar Old Quotations · Anon. · ms
    • 1085 · President Washington’s First Christmas · Anon. · ar
    • 1086 · The Little Church Around the Corner · A. E. Lancaster · pm 1897
    • 1087 · Nature’s Odd Night-Lights · Anon. · ar
    • 1088 · The Visiting-Card of Old Age · Oliver Wendell Holmes · vi (r)
    • 1089 · Glory, as It Generally Is · Anon. · ct The Sketch
    • 1090 · England’s Greatest Detective · Anon. · ar; on Edward Drew.
    • 1091 · Finance and Money-Making · Anon. · ar
    • 1094 · Try Kat, Stimulating and Delicious · Anon. · ar; on khat or qat.
    • 1095 · Tradition of the Mistletoe · Anon. · ar
    • 1097 · Nubian Divorce Song · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 1098 · Some Recent Exploits of—International Humorists · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 1100 · All Around the World · Anon. · ms


    The Scrap Book [v9 #1, January 1910] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 160pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 1 · The Greatest Spendthrift Known to History · Lyndon Orr · ar; on Caligula.
    • 7 · A Professor in Politics · Franklin Conger · ar; on Dr. J.D. Prince of New Jersey.
    • 9 · Strange and Curious Wills · Maude H. Neal · ar
    • 12 · Peter Poplin’s Egg Trust · Robert Mackay · ss
    • 20 · Odd Life-Forms Underground · Anon. · ar
    • 21 · Never Too Old to Learn · Anon. · ar
    • 22 · The Man Most Feared by 275,000 Criminals · Arno Dosch · ar; on NYC police officer W.P. Sheridan.
    • 28 · Paul Verlaine · Bliss Carman · pm
    • 29 · The Story of an Old Hat · René Bazin; translated, uncredited · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French.
    • 32 · Tips from an Ex-Burglar · Anon. · ar
    • 33 · When the North Pole Was Hot · A. E. Benson · ar
    • 36 · About Sun-spots and Animals · Anon. · ar
    • 37 · The Get-Aways [Part 1 of 4] · George Allan England · sl
    • 49 · The Quaint and Curious History of 1909 · George Gray Haven · ar
    • 56 · New Year’s Day in China · Anon. · ar
    • 57 · “Ask, and Ye Shall Receive” · Izola Forrester · ar
    • 60 · Charms Against Military Service · Anon. · ar
    • 61 · The Guilty Secret · Paul de Kock; translated, uncredited · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French.
    • 65 · Milleniums That Were Postponed · Maude H. Neal · ar
    • 67 · About Stimulants and Narcotics · Anon. · ar
    • 68 · Friday’s Place in History · Anon. · ar
    • 69 · Facts About “Record Weather” · Wendell M. Whiting · ar
    • 71 · On Getting the Wrong Wife · Anon. · ar
    • 72 · When Death Took Up the Tale · Anon. · ar; on unfinished literary works.
    • 73 · Chai · Avétis Aharonean; translated by Thomas Seltzer · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the Armenian.
    • 76 · Where Monday Is Tuesday · Anon. · ar; on the North Pole.
    • 77 · A Poem, a Motto, a Prayer (“Make known the Gospel truth...”) · Anon. · pm; acrostic poem.
    • 78 · Tale of a Tortoise-Shell Comb · Anon. · ar
    • 79 · Gowns That Stagger Humanity · Grace Aspinwall · ar
    • 81 · Death as a National Asset · Anon. · ar
    • 82 · Wonderful Doctors Who Missed Their Calling · E. L. Bacon · ar
    • 89 · Ten Good Bridge Problems · Ernest W. Longworthy · pz
    • 92 · Muskrats, a Canadian Asset · Anon. · ar
    • 93 · Charles Dickens’s Only Hymn (“Hear my prayer...”) · Charles Dickens · pm Household Words
    • 94 · The Destiny Which Shapes · Crittenden Marriott · ss
    • 99 · Negative Wisdom from China · Anon. · ms
    • 100 · The Pickle of Pickles · Charles E. Byrne · pm
    • 102 · The Guardian of St. Bernard · Anon. · ar
    • 103 · Halley’s Homing Comet · Arthur B. Reeve · ar
    • 106 · Bill’s in Trouble · James Barton Adams · pm (r)
    • 107 · The Search for Bob Jones [Part 2 of 2] · Kit Dealtry · sl
    • 120 · About the “Sacramental Shilling” · Anon. · ar
    • 121 · Poachers of the Deep · Anon. · ar
    • 122 · When the Other Half—Has Occasion to Smile · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 124 · Ready at Last · Letitia Elizabeth Landon · pm (r)
    • 125 · The Neglected Grave of New York’s First Mayor · J. Earl Clauson · ar
    • 128 · “That Tired Feeling”: a Disease · Anon. · ar
    • 129 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 142 · He Wasn’t Interfering · Anon. · ct The Sketch
    • 143 · The Hall of Transient Fame · Anon. · cl
    • 145 · Jean Monette · Eugene Francois Vidocq · ex (r); from Memoires of Vidocq.
    • 148 · How Old Was Methuselah? · Anon. · ar
    • 149 · Is the Barnacle a Bird? · Anon. · ar
    • 150 · Which Country Has the Most Money? · George M. Richards · ar
    • 153 · It Happened in Scotland · [illegible signature] · ct The Sketch
    • 154 · About Witchcraft in China · Anon. · ar
    • 155 · One Spectacular Career · Nathaniel P. Willis · lt National Intelligencer Mar 8 1844 [Charles Dickens]
    • 157 · Half a Billion Americans · Anon. · ar; may exist by 2100.
    • 158 · A Quarter of Smiles—From the Other Side · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 160 · From All Over the World · Anon. · ms


    The Scrap Book [v9 #2, February 1910] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 160pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 161 · Stories of the Evil Eye · Harry Thurston Peck · ar
    • 166 · The World’s Highest Towers · Anon. · ms
    • 167 · Jokes That Made the Ancients Laugh · C. B. Emmett · ar
    • 168 · In the Unfathomed Depths · Camille Flammarion · ar
    • 169 · Fate and a Motor-Car · Howard P. Rockey · ss
    • 175 · What Does “Woman” Mean? · George von Elsterberg · ar; on etymology.
    • 177 · The Big-Little Figures of Wall Street · George Jean Nathan · ar
    • 183 · In the Halcyon Days of Old · Anon. · ar; on strange laws of the past.
    • 184 · The Vocabulary of Failure · Charles B. Emmett · ar
    • 185 · Bailey: Twentieth-Century Pirate · George Jean Nathan · ar; on Francis G. Bailey.
    • 189 · The World’s Only Emperor · Anon. · ar; on William of Hohenzollern.
    • 190 · The Beggar · Marcel Prévost; translated, uncredited · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French.
    • 193 · The Fourteen Errrors of Life · Judge Rentoul · ms
    • 194 · Records of Long Life · Anon. · ar
    • 195 · Stories of the Months—February · George J. Hagar · ar
    • 197 · From the Feminist’s Scrap Book · Anon. · ms
    • 198 · Little Tales from Everywhere · Anon. · hu
    • 200 · First Things in America · Anon. · ms
    • 201 · John Whopper, the Newsboy [Part 1 of 2] · T. M. Clark · sl Old and New Jul 1870 (+3), uncredited; humorous fantasy about a newsboy who travels through a hole in the earth to sell American papers in China and Chinese papers in America.
    • 211 · A Valentine · Jean L. de Forest · pm
    • 212 · Little Problems in Psychology · George Hamlin · ar
    • 214 · The Story of Daniel Webster and His Two Fees · Franklin Conger · ar
    • 216 · Sailing on Country Roads · Anon. · ar
    • 217 · The Second Generation · Frank X. Finnegan · ss
    • 223 · Some Surviving Superstitions · Charlotte C. West · ar
    • 226 · The Resourcefulness of the “Dead Broke” · E. L. Bacon · ar
    • 232 · The Face of the World: An Arabian Allegory · Anon. · vi
    • 233 · The Ragpickers of Paris · Paul Regard · ar
    • 235 · Bill Podden’s Luck · A. P. Garland · ss
    • 240 · They Who Own Great Britain · Anon. · ms; on the largest estates of peers.
    • 241 · The Bad Manners of Polite People · Walter Prichard Eaton · ar
    • 244 · O Thou Eternal One! · Gabriel Derzhavin; translated by Sir John Bowring · pm (r); translated from the Russian.
    • 246 · When You Take “Forty Winks” · Anon. · ar
    • 247 · The Bid for Fame · Elise Gifford · ss
    • 249 · “Pelorus Jack”—The Finned Pilot of New Zealand · W. Farmer Whyte · ar; on dolphins.
    • 253 · One of the Flock · Anon. · ct The Sketch
    • 254 · New Ideas Concerning Snake-Bite · Anon. · ar
    • 255 · Actors Who Double as Playwrights · Margaret Rohe · ar
    • 258 · As Slow Our Ship · Thomas Moore · pm (r)
    • 259 · Manual Labor for Women · Anon. · ar
    • 260 · Curious Statistics of Insanity · Anon. · ar
    • 261 · The Mission of William · Elliot Balestier · ss
    • 265 · Richard Mansfield · Percival Pollard · ex (r); from Their Day in Court.
    • 266 · Great Writers—Bad Husbands · Anon. · ms
    • 268 · Simon Girty—Renegade · Lyndon Orr · bg
    • 273 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 284 · Aphorisms of a Gambler · Patrick Francis Sheedy · ms
    • 285 · The Hall of Transient Fame · Anon. · cl
    • 287 · St. Valentine’s Day of Old · Anon. · ar
    • 290 · The Delicate Daughter · W. D. Nesbit · pm
    • 292 · Lincoln and the Poets · Anon. · ar
    • 293 · The Get-Aways [Part 2 of 4] · George Allan England · sl
    • 305 · Washington: “Even as You and I” · Anon. · ar
    • 306 · Twinkles from “The Star of Hope” · [Various] · ms (r); from The Star of Hope.
    • 307 · “The Ladies” · George Bernard Shaw · ms
    • 308 · “Our Town Takes to Flyin’ ” · Raymond Crawford Ewer · ct
    • 310 · Ten Good Bridge Problems: Part II · Ernest W. Longworthy · pz
    • 314 · Aphorisms by James J. Hill · James J. Hill · ms
    • 315 · The End of Tallyrand’s Brain · Victor Hugo · ar (r)
    • 317 · The Many Uses of Seaweed · Anon. · ar
    • 318 · A Quartet of Smiles—From Foreign Sources · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 320 · From a Hawaiian Scrap Book · Anon. · ms


    The Scrap Book [v9 #3, March 1910] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 160pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 321 · Plain Men on Royal Thrones · John Elfreth Watkins · ar
    • 332 · A Training-School for Diplomats · Anon. · ar; on the Metropolitan Club in D.C..
    • 333 · Paid · Roland Ashford Phillips · ss
    • 336 · Argus and the Peacock · Aelianus Claudius · ex (r); from Varia Historia.
    • 337 · Chased by a Pirate-Jack · H. A. M. · te
    • 339 · Concerning the Fourth Dimension · Anon. · ar
    • 339 · When Homer Nods · Anon. · ms; author of “Bill’s in Trouble” in Jan issue was James Barton Adams.
    • 340 · Uncle Sam’s Canal-System · Anon. · ar
    • 341 · Eccentric Preaching of Old · John De Morgan · ar
    • 342 · Some Wonderful Waterfalls · Anon. · ar
    • 343 · Famous American Sea-Captains · John R. Spears · ar
    • 348 · The Hour That All Must Face · J. Earl Clauson · ar
    • 351 · The World’s Oldest Short Story · Anon. · ss (r); translated from the Egyptian.
    • 352 · Hawaiian Nature Myths · Anon. · ar
    • 353 · Hail Aurora—Farmers’ Friend · Anon. · ar
    • 354 · Mining the Atmosphere · Edwin Scott · ar
    • 357 · Clarke, the Mad Poet · McDonald Clarke · pm (r)
    • 358 · An Elegy on That Glory of Her Sex, Mrs. Mary Blaize · Oliver Goldsmith · pm (r)
    • 359 · Claude Gueux · Victor Hugo; translated by Florence Crewe-Jones · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French.
    • 365 · For the Lonely · Robert Browning · pm (r)
    • 366 · A Cheyenne Warrior-Historian · Edgar Beecher Bronson · bg; on Little Finger Nails.
    • 373 · The Chinaman’s Will—a Puzzle · Anon. · pz
    • 374 · Bill’s Boy · Herbert George · ss
    • 379 · Boys Who Handle Millions · E. L. Bacon · ar
    • 383 · The Get-Aways [Part 3 of 4] · George Allan England · sl
    • 392 · Stories of the Months—March, the Stormy · George J. Hagar · ar
    • 395 · The Mystery of the Palatine · Virginia Baker · ss
    • 396 · The Poet’s Song to His Wife · Bryan Waller Procter · pm English Songs, and Other Small Poems, Edward Moxon 1832, as by Barry Cornwall
    • 397 · About Medieval Heart-Burial · A. C. Chase · ar
    • 400 · God, in Many Tongues · Anon. · ms
    • 401 · An Indian Prophecy Fulfilled · Anon. · ar
    • 402 · Little Tales from Everywhere · Anon. · hu
    • 404 · Odd Sidelights on English · Anon. · ar
    • 405 · The Winning Hand · George Austin Barnes · ss
    • 410 · Washerwoman’s Song · Ironquill · pm (r); from Rimes of Ironquill.
    • 412 · Healing Among the Ancients · Anon. · ar
    • 414 · Crowded Hours in Great Careers · Olin Crawford · ar
    • 419 · The Unhappy Empress · Anon. · ar; on the Czarina of Russia.
    • 420 · The Mystery of Perfumes · Fannie Porter Pardee · ar
    • 422 · A Love Song · Robert Mackay · pm
    • 423 · The Mystery · Guy de Maupassant; translated by Mary K. Ford · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French.
    • 425 · The Subtle Influence of Names · Anon. · ms
    • 426 · Names of the States · Anon. · ms
    • 428 · Why He Changed His Name · W. E. Carson · ex (r); from Mexico, the Wonderland of the South.
    • 429 · Cupid, the Immigrant · Izola Forrester · ar
    • 434 · Echoes of Mirth from—the Banks of the Thames · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 436 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 448 · Hen Cribber’s New Auto · Raymond Crawford Ewer · ct
    • 450 · The Great Man’s Love of Solitude · Anon. · ar
    • 451 · Why Not “Own Your Own Home” · A. B. Reeve · ar
    • 454 · Turkish Rules of Conversation · Anon. · ms
    • 455 · Sources of Japanese Legend · Anon. · ar
    • 456 · Proverbs of Old Ireland · Anon. · ms
    • 457 · Time and Money Wasted · Lawson Wood · ct The Sketch
    • 458 · John Whopper, the Newsboy [Part 2 of 2] · T. M. Clark · sl Old and New Jul 1870 (+3), uncredited
    • 467 · The Gentle Reproach · [signature illegible] · ct The Sketch
    • 468 · Phrases in Everyday Use · Anon. · ms
    • 469 · The Cargo of Ducks: An Incident in the War of 1812 · Anon. · ss
    • 472 · The Tiger · William Blake · pm Songs of Experience 1794
    • 473 · Freak Offers to Museums · Richard Merle · ar
    • 477 · Faults That Used to Be Fined · Anon. · ar
    • 478 · A Bouquet of Blossoms—From Europe’s Joke-Garden · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 480 · From All Over the World · Anon. · ms


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