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    Wide Awake [v28 #2, January 1889]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 90 · A Violin Recitation · Lisbeth B. Humphrey · fp
    • 91 · The Cricket Fiddler · Clara Doty Bates · pm; illustrated.
    • 93 · Good Luck · Hezekiah Butterworth · ss; illustrated.
    • 99 · McGee’s Sidewalk · L. J. Bridgman · pm; illustrated.
    • 100 · My Grizzly Bear · Jessie Benton Frémont · ss
    • 102 · A Man of Straw · Prof. Otis T. Mason · ss; illustrated.
    • 104 · To Mamma on Her Birthday · Faith Cleveland Lee · pm; illustrated.
    • 105 · The Adventures of David Vane and David Crane. Chapters 5-9 · J. T. Trowbridge · sl; illustrated.
    • 114 · Hail! · C. E. Whiton-Stone · pm
    • 115 · Minty Malviny’s Santa Claus · M. E. M. Davis · ss; illustrated.
    • 120 · The Court Calendar · L. J. Bridgman · cl; illustrated.
    • 121 · Five Little Peppers Midway. Chapters 3-4 · Margaret Sidney · sl; illustrated.
    • 131 · The Legend of William Tell · Sarah Loring Bailey · ar; illustrated.
    • 135 · A Bone of Contention · C. M. Emery · pm
    • 136 · “But—Let Me Think” · Margaret Eytinge · pm; illustrated.
    • 137 · An Apple Orchard in Winter · H. A. H. · ar; illustrated.
    • 139 · Dilly Dally and Shilly Shally · Emilie Poulsson · pm
    • 140 · Daisy’s Letters to Pattie (The Second Letter) · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 141 · Such a Little Thing · Mrs. L. B. Walford · ss Atalanta Dec 1888; illustrated.
    • 147 · The Stolen Custard · Esther B. Tiffany · pm
    • 148 · Men and Things—XII. Kissing · H. A. H. · nf
    • 148 · Men and Things—XIII. More Hints · P. P. P. · nf
    • 148 · Men and Things—XIV. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher’s Idea of Apple Pie · Anon. · nf
    • 148 · Men and Things—XV. “English as She Is [Has Been] Spoke” · P. Quintius Curtius · nf
    • 149 · Men and Things—XVI. “Help-Yourself” Recipts for the Use of Children · The Little House Mother · nf
    • 149 · Men and Things—XVII. A Forerunner · The Suggester · nf
    • 149 · Men and Things—XVIII. “Blue Blood” · Q. C. · nf
    • 149 · Men and Things—XIX. A Royal Nursery Story · Sallie Joy White · nf
    • 150 · Men and Things—XX. Party Calls · Margaret Lake · nf
    • 150 · Men and Things—XXI. Bird Juries · Q. C. · nf
    • 151 · Men and Things—XXII. He Who Runs May Read · Q. C. · nf
    • 151 · Men and Things—XXIII. “Turn About Is Fair Play” · Q. C. · nf
    • 151 · Men and Things—XXIV. Little Three-Year-Old’s Story with a “Moral” · A Listener · nf
    • 151 · Men and Things—XXV. A Cure for Round-Shoulders · A. B. H. · nf
    • 152 · Tangles · Frank E. Saville · cl
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 25 · Cooking in the Public Schools—II. Fire-Building · Sallie Joy White · ar; illustrated.
    • 28 · Ways to Do Things—II. The Self-Tacking Schooner · Henry Mann · ar; illustrated.
    • 31 · Stories About Famous Precious Stones—II. The Orloff · Mrs. Goddard Orpen · ar; illustrated.
    • 36 · Geological Talks—II. A Queer Bundle of Sticks · Prof. Frederick Starr · ar; illustrated.
    • 40 · Search-Questions in Mahometan History—II. From the Hegira to Mahomet’s Death · Oscar Fay Adams · ar


    Wide Awake [v28 #3, February 1889]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 154 · Lorenzo the Magnificent, Peri and the Grand Panjandrum at Lunch · E. H. Garrett · fp
    • 155 · Who Ate the Queen’s Luncheon? · Susan Coolidge · ss; illustrated.
    • 160 · The Dancing Lesson · W. H. Chandlee · il
    • 161 · Children in Italian Sculpture · Mabel F. Robinson · ar; illustrated.
    • 166 · Forty-Eight Hours a Day · Charles L. Hill · ss; illustrated.
    • 168 · A Heavenly Visitant · Mrs. M. F. Butts · pm; illustrated.
    • 169 · The Adventures of David Vane and David Crane. Chapters 10-14 · J. T. Trowbridge · sl; illustrated.
    • 178 · A Grievance · Emma A. Opper · pm; illustrated.
    • 178 · The Tupper Children · A. G. Plympton · ss; illustrated.
    • 183 · Hurry Scurry and Fluttera Flurry · Emilie Poulsson · pm
    • 184 · The Court Calendar · L. J. Bridgman · cl; illustrated.
    • 185 · Five Little Peppers Midway. Chapters 5-6 · Margaret Sidney · sl; illustrated.
    • 194 · Some One’s Valentine · C. E. Whiton-Stone · pm; illustrated.
    • 194 · Daisy’s Letters to Pattie (The Third Letter) · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 195 · A Little Pretender · Emilie Poulsson · pm
    • 196 · Princess Mayblossom · Annette Lyster · ss Atalanta Dec 1888; illustrated.
    • 201 · An Old-Fashioned Boat · Ernest Ingersoll · ar; illustrated.
    • 203 · An Apple of Discord · Georgiana Washington · ss; illustrated.
    • 208 · How a German Boy Became an African Prince · Elbridge S. Brooks · ar; illustrated.
    • 210 · Nonsense Animals · L. W. L. · ms; illustrated.
    • 212 · Men and Things—XXVI. Tool Chests for Girls · Helen M. Winslow · nf
    • 212 · Men and Things—XXVII. A Musical Definition · Q. P. · nf
    • 212 · Men and Things—XXVIII. How a National Table Came to Boston · Elisabeth M. Gosse · nf
    • 213 · Men and Things—XXIX. A Horse at the Dentist’s · Q. P. · nf
    • 213 · Men and Things—XXX. More New England “Economies” · Jane Gregory · nf
    • 213 · Men and Things—XXXI. A Boston Santa Claus · Elisabeth M. Gosse · nf
    • 214 · Men and Things—XXXII. “If She Only Would” · P. P. P. · nf
    • 214 · Men and Things—XXXIII. The Survival of Ancient Superstitions · Frances A. Humphrey · nf
    • 215 · Men and Things—XXXIV. A Progressive Dinner · Amanda B. Harris · nf
    • 215 · Men and Things—XXXV. Little Four-Year-Old’s Experience with the “weather” · A Listener · nf
    • 215 · Men and Things—XXXVI. “Is It Catching?” · Annie M. Libby · nf
    • 215 · Men and Things—XXXVII. How the Sheriffs of London Are “Sworn In” · Margaret Lake · nf
    • 216 · What Are They? · E. S. Tucker · pm; illustrated.
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 41 · Cooking in the Public Schools—III. Some Simple Uses of the Oven · Sallie Joy White · ar; illustrated.
    • 44 · Stories About Famous Precious Stones—III. La Pelegrina · Mrs. Goddard Orpen · ar
    • 48 · Geological Talks—III. The Tooth of Time · Prof. Frederick Starr · ar; illustrated.
    • 53 · Ways to Do Things—III. Logamachy Cards and a Parchesi Board · Jean S. Emmons · ar
    • 54 · The Festival of Finding the True Cross · Fedduk Zahar · ar
    • 55 · Boys Together · Gordon Brown · il
    • 56 · Search-Questions in Mahometan History—III. Mahometan Chronology and Religion · Oscar Fay Adams · ar


    Wide Awake [v28 #4, March 1889]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 218 · Schnontz and I · St. C. Simmons · fp
    • 219 · Schnontz and I · Graham R. Tomson · pm; illustrated.
    • 220 · How Nat Went to the Inauguration · Frances Emerson · ss; illustrated.
    • 227 · March Bugles · C. E. Whiton-Stone · pm
    • 228 · Queen Kapiolani Sends Greeting · Prof. Otis T. Mason · ss; illustrated.
    • 229 · What the Boughs Said · Clinton Scollard · pm
    • 230 · The Last Day at School · A. Daudet · ss; illustrated.
    • 232 · In a Glass House · Agnes M. Lewis · pm; illustrated.
    • 233 · The Adventures of David Vane and David Crane. Chapters 15-18 · J. T. Trowbridge · sl; illustrated.
    • 241 · When Summer Comes · Hiram Barnes · il
    • 242 · The Coon Hunt in Wheeler’s Woods · Rowland E. Robinson · ar; illustrated.
    • 246 · The English Skylark · Frances A. Humphrey · ar; illustrated.
    • 248 · The Court Calendar · L. J. Bridgman · cl; illustrated.
    • 249 · Five Little Peppers Midway. Chapters 7-8 · Margaret Sidney · sl; illustrated.
    • 258 · Famous Pets—VIII. Pets in Literary Life · Eleanor Lewis · ar; illustrated.
    • 266 · Captain Carnes’ Profitable Pepper · John Albee · pm
    • 267 · How Bess Was Kidnapped · Theodora R. Jenness · ss
    • 270 · Four Dogs · Thomas G. Marquis · ar
    • 272 · Our Pictures · Mrs. M. F. Butts · pm; illustrated.
    • 272 · How the Blind Kindergarteners Read “Five Little Peppers” · Sallie Joy White · ar
    • 275 · Daisy’s Letters to Pattie (The Fourth Letter) · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 276 · Men and Things—XXXVIII. Ben Franklin’s Wish in Old Age · Q. P. · nf
    • 276 · Men and Things—XXXIX. A Reminiscence of the Presidential Election of 1840 · C. W. P. · nf
    • 276 · Men and Things—XL. A Royal Japanese Schoolboy · Q. P. · nf
    • 277 · Men and Things—XLI. The Lapps and the “Sleeping Bags” · Q. P. · nf
    • 277 · Men and Things—XLII. In a Sick Room · M. B. H. · nf
    • 277 · Men and Things—XLIII. Is the New-Fashioned Teaching Perfect? · P. P. P. · nf
    • 278 · Men and Things—XLIV. A Class Distinction · F. A. H. · nf
    • 278 · Men and Things—XLV. A Very “Foolish Virgin” Indeed · Lydia Atherton · nf
    • 278 · Men and Things—XLVI. Two Californian Dogs · F. E. Hamilton · nf
    • 279 · Men and Things—XLVII. An Elderly Woman’s Dream · The Suggester · nf
    • 279 · Men and Things—XLVIII. A Pretty Story About Our President’s Wife · Q. P. · nf
    • 280 · The Ballad of the Great White Stork · M. E. B. · pm; illustrated.
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 57 · Cooking in the Public Schools—IV. A Lesson in Boiling · Sallie Joy White · ar; illustrated.
    • 60 · Stories About Famous Precious Stones—IV. The Koh-i-nûr · Mrs. Goddard Orpen · ar; illustrated.
    • 67 · Geological Talks—IV. Some Odd Fish · Prof. Frederick Starr · ar; illustrated.
    • 71 · Search-Questions in Mahometan History—IV. From Mahomet’s Death to the Fall of Omeyads · Oscar Fay Adams · ar


    Wide Awake [v28 #5, April 1889]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 282 · John Burroughs · Anon. · fp
    • 283 · Birds’ Nests · May Riley Smith · pm
    • 284 · A Dash for a Flag · R. M. Backus · ss; illustrated.
    • 286 · Basking · L. J. Bridgman · il
    • 287 · Five Little Peppers Midway. Chapters 9-10 · Margaret Sidney · sl; illustrated.
    • 295 · The Pigeon and the Owl · Emilie Poulsson · pm
    • 296 · “Der Woman in Der Soo” · Gertrude F. Harrison · pm; illustrated.
    • 297 · “The Boy John Burroughs” · John Burroughs · ss; illustrated.
    • 300 · “A Stitch in Time Saves Nine” · A. G. Plympton · il
    • 300 · Grandpa’s April Fool · Clarissa Potter · ss
    • 303 · The Household King · Arthur D. F. Randolph · pm
    • 304 · The Adventures of David Vane and David Crane. Chapters 19-22 · J. T. Trowbridge · sl; illustrated.
    • 312 · An Easter Song · C. E. Whiton-Stone · pm; illustrated.
    • 313 · Ralegh and the Potato · Margaret Blathwayt · ss; illustrated.
    • 324 · The Cascaroni Dance · E. L. H. Willis · ss; illustrated.
    • 327 · The First Memory · Marian Douglas · pm
    • 327 · Fairy Food · Clinton Scollard · pm
    • 328 · The Court Calendar · L. J. Bridgman · cl; illustrated.
    • 329 · The Little Girl of the Okobojo · Clara Doty Bates · ss; illustrated.
    • 335 · Daisy’s Letters to Pattie (The Fifth Letter) · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 336 · What the Great Wise Man Said · Adeline V. Pond · pm
    • 338 · How the Eskimo Trap Arctic Foxes · Herbert L. Aldrich · ar; illustrated.
    • 339 · After an April Snow · F. Childe Hassam · il
    • 340 · Men and Things—XLIX. What Is Truth? · E. P. · nf
    • 340 · Men and Things—L. Easter Eggs in Greece · A. B. H. · nf
    • 340 · Men and Things—LI. The Power of a Voice · H. A. H. · nf
    • 341 · Men and Things—LII. Bolivar’s Christmas Dinner · Q. P. · nf
    • 341 · Men and Things—LIII. Two Good English Ideas · Frances A. Humphrey · nf
    • 341 · Men and Things—LIV. A Laughing Match · Q. P. · nf
    • 342 · Men and Things—LV. Little Helen Keller and Her Dog · Emilie Poulsson · nf
    • 342 · Men and Things—LVI. An Abnormal Sheep · The Suggester · nf
    • 342 · Men and Things—LVII. The Bent of the Twig · Q. P. · nf
    • 342 · Men and Things—LVIII. “The Beginnings of Good Manners” · Margaret Lake · nf
    • 343 · Men and Things—LIX. Indian Fun · Q. P. · nf
    • 343 · Men and Things—LX. Two Things Some Little American Girls Would Like to Have · Q. P. · nf
    • 343 · Men and Things—LXI. The “Perquisites” of an Earl · F. A. H. · nf
    • 343 · Men and Things—LXII. Prue’s Estimate of Washington · E. P. · nf
    • 344 · A Roman Pig · Delia W. Lyman · pm; illustrated.
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 73 · Cooking in the Public Schools—V. Going to Market · Sallie Joy White · ar; illustrated.
    • 76 · Stories About Famous Precious Stones—V. The French Blue · Mrs. Goddard Orpen · ar; illustrated.
    • 80 · Ways to Do Things—IV. Hints for Home Entertainments · Hilary Thornton · ar
    • 83 · Geological Talks—V. “The Old Earth Trembles” · Prof. Frederick Starr · ar; illustrated.
    • 87 · Search-Questions in Mahometan History—V. Caliphate of Bagdad · Oscar Fay Adams · ar


    Wide Awake [v28 #6, May 1889]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.




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