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    Wide Awake [v30 #6, May 1890]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 346 · From Life Photograph: VI. Author of “The heir of Redclyffe” · Anon. · fp
    • 347 · Victor Hugo and the Mouse · Rev. Theron Brown · pm
    • 348 · The Baby’s Masquerade · Louise M. Stockton · ss; illustrated.
    • 353 · In the Good Time Coming · Alfred C. Eastman · pm; illustrated.
    • 354 · The Aprons of Paris · Josephine Jenkins · ar; illustrated.
    • 360 · What Baby Knows · Esther B. Tiffany · pm; illustrated.
    • 360 · The Unbidden Guest · Celia Thaxter · pm
    • 362 · Gid Granger. Chapters 11-12 · William O. Stoddard · sl; illustrated.
    • 371 · The Author of “The Heir of Redclyffe” · Oscar Fay Adams · ar; illustrated.
    • 373 · The Story of an Esquimau Kettle · Lieut. Frederick Schwatka · ss; illustrated.
    • 376 · Text-Books in Spelling · Granville B. Putnam · ar
    • 377 · ’Way Down South in Dixie · W. L. Shepperd · il
    • 378 · Bony and Ban. Chapter 3 · M. H. Catherwood · sl; illustrated.
    • 383 · Margaret’s Letters to Patty · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 384 · The Fairy Prince · Marian Douglas · pm Atalanta May 1890; illustrated.
    • 385 · The “Upper Ten” · Eleanor Lewis · ss; illustrated.
    • 395 · The Will and the Way Stories—V. A Long Horror · Jessie Benton Frémont · ss
    • 397 · Suitability · M. J. H. · pm
    • 398 · The Puk-Wudjies—VI. A Frail Canoe · L. J. Bridgman · ss; illustrated.
    • 400 · Apple Blossoms · Mrs. Bernard Whitman · ar; illustrated.
    • 403 · The Masquerade · F. H. Lungren · pm; illustrated.
    • 404 · Men and Things—LXIV. The Young Lady’s Inquiry · Sallie Joy White · nf
    • 404 · Men and Things—LXV. The Book-Keeper · A. A. · nf
    • 404 · Men and Things—LXVI. Some Unpublished Anecdotes of De Quincey · Alexander Japp, LL.D. · nf
    • 405 · Men and Things—LXVII. The Dog Who Went to the “Poor House” · W. · nf
    • 405 · Men and Things—LXVIII. An Adventurous Bush · A. C. Waldron · nf
    • 405 · Men and Things—LXIX. Swedish Superstitions · H. A. H. · nf
    • 405 · Men and Things—LXX. Mrs. Hayes and Joe the Bootblack · M. S. · nf
    • 406 · Men and Things—LXXI. “Absences of Mind” · H. P. H. · nf
    • 406 · Men and Things—LXXII. The American Apple · Frances A. Humphrey · nf
    • 407 · Men and Things—LXXIII. The Samoan “Maid of the Village” · C. S. Pepper · nf
    • 407 · Men and Things—LXXIV. The Play of Hamlet with Hamlet Left Out · A. H. · nf
    • 407 · Men and Things—LXXV. In Connecticut · C. S. W. · nf
    • 407 · Men and Things—LXXVI. The Reason Why Grace Could Not Stop Crying · S. J. W. · nf
    • 408 · A Vain Puppy · S. Phillips Gale · pm
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 89 · School and Playground Stories—VI. The Monitor of Grammar School II · Annie Bronson King · ss
    • 93 · Business Openings for Girls and Young Women—VI. Stenographers and Type-writers · Sallie Joy White · ar; illustrated.
    • 96 · Ways to Do Things—V. A Japanese Kite · J. B. Bernadon, Ensign, U.S.N. · ar; illustrated.
    • 99 · Acadian Old-Folk Lore—VI. The Cow-Bells of Grand Pré · Grace Dean McLeod · ar; illustrated.


    Wide Awake [v31 #1, June 1890]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 12 · I. Little Sir Lionel · Edmund H. Garrett · fp
    • 13 · Little Sir Lionel · Annie Bronson King · ss; illustrated.
    • 17 · A Bright Bouquet · M. J. H. · pm
    • 18 · Two Little Chicks · Mrs. M. F. Butts · pm; illustrated.
    • 19 · Confessions of an Amateur Photographer—I. Forbidden Fruit · Alexander Black · ss; illustrated.
    • 23 · The World’s Mistake · M. J. H. · pm
    • 24 · The True Story of Spot, the Mustang · D. B. Waggener · ss; illustrated by Bodfish
    • 28 · An Out-of-Door Orchestra · Eli Sheppard · pm; illustrated.
    • 29 · The Quest of the Whipping-Boy. Chapter 1 · Georgiana Washington · sl
    • 33 · The Low-Minded Cat and the High-Minded Butterfly · Emilie Poulsson · pm
    • 34 · The Hare and the Tortoise · Alfred Eastman · il
    • 34 · Martha’s Travels · Katharine B. Foot · ss; illustrated.
    • 42 · Uncanny Pets · Anon. · il
    • 43 · The New Senior at Andover. Chapters 1-2 · Herbert D. Ward · sl; illustrated.
    • 51 · Marguerites · C. E. Whiton-Stone · pm
    • 51 · Ickery Ann · Elia W. Peattie · ss; illustrated.
    • 59 · “Missmilly” · Jessie Benton Frémont · ss
    • 63 · The Butterfly’s Reply · Anna Temple · pm
    • 64 · The Puk-Wudjies—I. The Stick-that-Walks · L. J. Bridgman · ss; illustrated.
    • 66 · The Rubber Boy · Florence E. Weld · ss; illustrated.
    • 68 · The Margaret-Patty Letters · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 69 · “Hum-um-Buzz!” Says He · Margaret Eytinge · pm
    • 70 · Men and Things—I. Willie Was Guiltless · P. McA. · nf
    • 70 · Men and Things—II. Impressing It on Their Minds · Kate Upson Clark · nf
    • 71 · Men and Things—III. An Interrupted Prayer · Pamela McArthur Cole · nf
    • 71 · Men and Things—IV. A Horse That Likes Eggs · M. W. F. · nf
    • 71 · Men and Things—V. A Story of Artemus Ward’s That Has (Probably) Never Been in Print · A. B. H. · nf
    • 71 · Men and Things—VI. “Earning His Salt” · E. G. Thomas · nf
    • 72 · Men and Things—VII. The Pipers · F. A. Humphrey · nf
    • 72 · Men and Things—VIII. Not Slang; but Not Permissible · A. A. · nf
    • 73 · Men and Things—IX. A Dogged Trick · Sara F. Goodrich · nf
    • 73 · Men and Things—X. A Memory of My Childhood · M. S. · nf
    • 73 · Men and Things—XI. The Kitten Who Went to Roost · W. · nf
    • 73 · Men and Things—XII. “Quite a Upset” · Rex · nf
    • 74 · Raindrops from the Sky · Frank J. Bonnelle · pm; illustrated.
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 105 · The Perplexities of a Crymangle—Part I · Louise Livingston Bradford · sl
    • 106 · School and Playground Stories—VII. Blossom · Kate Upson Clark · ss; illustrated.
    • 110 · Acadian Old-Folk Lore—VII. The Indian Guardian · Grace Dean McLeod · ar; illustrated.
    • 114 · Business Openings for Girls and Young Women—VII. Preserves and Pickles · Sallie Joy White · ar
    • 116 · Fairy Lamps · M. J. H. · pm
    • 117 · A Fox Tale · Paul R. Shipman · ss; illustrated.



    Wide Awake [v31 #3, August 1890]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 140 · III. The Duchess of Dorsetshire · W. L. Taylor · fp
    • 141 · The Duchess of Dorsetshire · Mary C. Crowley · pm; illustrated.
    • 142 · Princess Rosetta and the Pop-Corn Man · Mary E. Wilkins · ss; illustrated.
    • 150 · A Stowaway · Sarah D. Clark · pm
    • 151 · Confessions of an Amateur Photographer—II. Dark Deeds · Alexander Black · ss; illustrated.
    • 156 · Child-Spectacles · Mary E. Wilkins · pm; illustrated.
    • 156 · Three Little Candles · Susan Coolidge · ss
    • 160 · The American Water Lily · Grant Allen · ar; illustrated.
    • 163 · The Queen Lily · Amanda B. Harris · ss; illustrated.
    • 164 · Water Lilies · Frances L. Mace · pm
    • 165 · The Quest of the Whipping-Boy. Chapter 3 · Georgiana Washington · sl
    • 169 · “The Last of the Wampanoags” · Pamela McArthur Cole · ss; illustrated.
    • 171 · The New Senior at Andover. Chapters 6-7 · Herbert D. Ward · sl; illustrated.
    • 179 · Who Would Be Who? · M. J. H. · pm
    • 180 · Early Days of Lady Anne Lindsay · Frances A. Humphrey · ar; illustrated.
    • 186 · Lost! · M. E. B. · pm; illustrated.
    • 187 · The Hat of the Postmaster · Jessie Benton Frémont · ss; illustrated.
    • 192 · The Puk-Wudjies—III. Adjidaumo’s Vanity · L. J. Bridgman · ss; illustrated.
    • 194 · Grandmother’s Playhouses · C. H. C. Wright · ss; illustrated by Bodfish
    • 196 · The Margaret-Patty Letters · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 197 · On Mars · L. J. Bridgman · pm; illustrated.
    • 198 · Men and Things—XXVI. “Mud and Mildew” · Martha Tracy Owler · nf
    • 198 · Men and Things—XXVII. Flags, Flags · A. B. H. · nf
    • 198 · Men and Things—XXVIII. Play-Housekeeping · M. B. Claflin · nf
    • 198 · Men and Things—XXIX. A Queer Hiding-Place · M. S. · nf
    • 199 · Men and Things—XXX. King Kalakaua’s Apology · Herbert L. Aldrich · nf
    • 199 · Men and Things—XXXI. Quick Wit · A. B. H. · nf
    • 200 · Men and Things—XXXII. Some School Compositions · Q. P. · nf
    • 201 · Men and Things—XXXIII. Pink and Lovely · E. P. · nf
    • 201 · Men and Things—XXXIV. “Nothing New Under the Sun” · Frances A. Humphrey · nf
    • 201 · Men and Things—XXXV. Naming the Children · M. W. F. · nf
    • 202 · The Poker and the Tongs · M. J. H. · pm; illustrated.
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 137 · The Perplexities of a Crymangle—Part II · Louise Livingston Bradford · sl
    • 138 · School and Playground Stories—IX. Cy Hops’s Victory · H. C. Chipman · ss; illustrated.
    • 142 · Ways to Do Things—II. A Game of the Senses · Louise Stockton · ar
    • 143 · Acadian Old-Folk Lore—IX. The Story of Bloody Creek · Grace Dean McLeod · ar
    • 148 · Ways to Do Things—III. Home-Made Doll’s Furniture · M. C. S. · ar
    • 149 · Business Openings for Girls and Young Women—IX. Professional Menders · Sallie Joy White · ar
    • 152 · The Scarecrow · Wallace E. Mather · pm; illustrated.



    Wide Awake [v31 #5, October 1890]
    Details supplied by Jeff Kaylin.
    • 268 · V. Sir Guy and Piping Jean · E. H. Garrett · fp
    • 269 · Piping Jean · Caroline D. Swan · pm; illustrated.
    • 270 · John MacGregor’s Lesson · Adeline A. Knight · ss; illustrated.
    • 276 · Confessions of an Amateur Photographer—III. The Camera Club · Alexander Black · ss; illustrated.
    • 281 · The First Closed Gentian · C. E. Whiton-Stone · pm
    • 282 · My Boat · Graham R. Tomson · pm; illustrated.
    • 283 · “One Good Turn” · Harriet Prescott Spofford · ss; illustrated.
    • 289 · Her Answer · Kate Putnam Osgood · pm
    • 290 · The Puk-Wudjies—V. Father Maple’s War-Paint · L. J. Bridgman · ss; illustrated.
    • 292 · A Quilt Expedition · Henry Cleveland Wood · ar; illustrated.
    • 299 · The New Senior at Andover. Chapter 10-11 · Herbert D. Ward · sl; illustrated.
    • 308 · An Adirondack Camp · Margaret Sidney · ar; illustrated.
    • 315 · The Out-Doors Girl · Mary E. Wilkins · pm
    • 316 · A Story of 1812. Part 1 · Olive Risley Seward · sl
    • 321 · Kids · Alfred C. Eastman · il
    • 321 · Pets of the Treasury · M. L. Rayne · ar; illustrated.
    • 322 · A Rainbow Foundation · Amos R. Wells · pm
    • 322 · Jack Weatherwax, Hero · H. A. Steinhauer · ss; illustrated.
    • 324 · The Margaret-Patty Letters · Mary B. Claflin · nf
    • 325 · Baby Rides a Race · A. S. Cox · il
    • 326 · Men and Things—XLVI. A Rare Specimen · J. C. Drury · nf
    • 326 · Men and Things—XLVII. The Prayer of Faith · Frances A. Humphrey · nf
    • 326 · Men and Things—XLVIII. How He “Posed” the D. D. · A. B. H. · nf
    • 326 · Men and Things—XLIX. Quick-Witted · H. A. H. · nf
    • 327 · Men and Things—L. Two Dreams and What Came of Them · Minna Stein Wood · nf
    • 327 · Men and Things—LI. Not at All Exacting · Martha Young · nf
    • 327 · Men and Things—LII. A Poor Memory · M. S. · nf
    • 328 · Men and Things—LIII. Christabel’s Trunk · Ellen S. Bulfinch · nf
    • 329 · Men and Things—LIV. Incontrovertible, if Not Biblical · E. P. · nf
    • 329 · Men and Things—LV. A Signed Prayer · H. P. H. · nf
    • 329 · Men and Things—LVI. Foreign Words · Margaret Lake · nf
    • 329 · Men and Things—LVII. How Nannie Retrieved Herself · F. A. H. · nf
    • 329 · Men and Things—LVIII. What’s in a Name? · J. C. Drury · nf
    • 330 · A Change of Tune · L. J. Bridgman · pm; illustrated.
    • C.Y.F.R.U. Supplement
    • 169 · School and Playground Stories—XI. Jack and Æsop’s Jackdaw · Amos R. Wells · ss
    • 172 · Acadian Old-Folk Lore—XI. The Scarlet Specter of Sandy Ridge · Grace Dean McLeod · ar; illustrated.
    • 176 · Brer Lizard’s Coats · Martha Young · ss
    • 179 · Ways to Do Things—V. Letter-Writing for Young People · Helen M. North · ar
    • 182 · Business Openings for Girls and Young Women—XI. Insurance and Advertising · Sallie Joy White · ar
    • 184 · A “Monkey-Shine” · Alfred C. Eastman · il


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