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    The Golden Book Magazine [v14, #80, August 1931] ed. Frederica Pisek Field (Review of Reviews, 25¢, 96pp+, standard)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 4a · Who’s Who in the Golden Book · [uncredited] · bg
    • 8a · Authors and Books · F. F. (by Frederica Pisek Field) · br
    • 28a · August · Robert Lawson · il
    • 1 · Calloway’s Code · O. Henry · ss Munsey’s Magazine September 1906
    • 6 · The Wise on Depression · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 7 · Omphale: A Rococo Story · Theophile Gautier · ss 1899
    • 13 · So They Say · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 15 · The Second Bet · Anton Chekhov; translated by Janka Karsavina · ss; supposedly first publication in English.
    • 17 · Antipathies of the Great · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 18 · The Apple Tree [Part 1 of 2] · John Galsworthy · na Good Housekeeping January 1917 (+3)
    • 36 · “The Housewrecker discovers he has the wrong number” · Gluyas Williams · ct The New Yorker
    • 37 · The Peril of Our Time · Walther Rathenau · ex 1921
      from In Days to Come, 1921.
    • 40 · Lesbia Rails · Catullus; translated by Jonathan Swift · pm (r)
    • 41 · Fine Feathers · W. W. Jacobs · ss The Strand Magazine May 1910
    • 48 · The Club of Abandoned Husbands · Christopher Morley · hu (r)
    • 50 · Beauty Triumphant · John Keats · pm (r)
    • 51 · Killed with Kindness · Irvin S. Cobb · ss Ladies and Gentlemen by Irvin S. Cobb, Cosmopolitan, 1927
    • 61 · Accidental Immortals · Fairfax Downey · ar
    • 63 · A Sphinx Without a Secret · Oscar Wilde · ss The World May 25 1887, as “Lady Alroy”
    • 66 · They Hated Women · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 67 · The Fly · Katherine Mansfield · ss The Nation and Athenaeum March 18 1922
    • 70 · A Unique Balloon Ascension · [uncredited] · ex 1786
      from Travels of Baron Munchasen, 1786.
    • 71 · Punch, Brothers, Punch · Mark Twain · ss The Atlantic Monthly February 1876, as “A Literary Nightmare”
    • · Five Great Women Poets
    • _74 · “Star-throned, incorruptible Aphrodite…” · Sappho · pm (r)
    • _74 · “When I am dead, my dearest…” · Christina Rossetti · pm (r)
    • _75 · “Success is counted sweetest…” · Emily Dickinson · pm Brooklyn Daily Union April 27 1864, uncredited.
    • _75 · “Beloved, my beloved, when I think…” · Elizabeth Barrett Browning · pm (r)
    • _75 · “What lips my lips have kissed, and when, and why…” · Edna St. Vincent Millay · pm Renascence 1917
    • 76 · Choice of Weapons · Ralph Stock · ss Sunset: The Pacific Monthly February 1923
    • 81 · How I Became a Success · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 82 · A Comedy of Danger · Richard Hughes · pl 1924
      from A Rabbit and a Leg 1924.
    • 87 · Visioning the Radio—in 1877 · Samuel Butler · ex 1877
      from Looking Backward 1877.
    • 88 · Zodomirsky’s Duel · Alexandre Dumas · ss The Strand Magazine June 1892
      translated from the French (“Marianna”, Herminie and Marianna, Méline, Cans et Cie., 1859).
    • 96 · Quips and Cranks · [Various] · hu (r)


    The Golden Book Magazine [v14, #81, September 1931] ed. Frederica Pisek Field (Review of Reviews, 25¢, 100pp+, standard)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 4a · Who’s Who in the Golden Book · [uncredited] · bg
    • 8a · Authors and Books · F. F. (by Frederica Pisek Field) · br
    • 22a · September · George Elbert Burr · il
    • 23a · East of Suez · [uncredited] · ar
    • 97-110 · A Lost Lady [Part 1 of 4] · Willa Cather · na The Century Magazine April 1923 (+2)
    • 101 · Love’s Secret · William Blake · pm Life of William Blake by Alexander Gilchrist, Macmillan and Co., 1863
    • 109 · The Moon’s the West Wind’s Cooky · Vachel Lindsay · pm 1923
    • 110 · They Studied Love · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 111 · The Maid of the Dauber · Emile Zola; translated by Maxim Lieber · ss Great Stories of All Nations by , Brentano's, 1927
    • 114 · Thackeray’s Views on America · William Makepeace Thackeray · ms (r)
    • 115 · So They Say · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 117 · The Elephant Hunter · Arkady Timofeovich Averchenko; translated by A. Fox · ss (r)
    • 119 · Told for the Truth · Cyril Hume · ss Street of the Malcontents and Other Stories by Cyril Hume, Doran, 1927
    • 131 · A Little Course in Lovemaking · Laurence Sterne · ex 1768
      from A Sentimental Journey 1768.
    • 132 · Business Was BAD 300 Years Ago · [uncredited] · ex 1926
      from The Fugger News-Letters 1926.
    • 134 · Edmee, or Charity Well Bestowed · Anatole France; translated by Winifred Stephens · ss 1922
    • 137 · La Vache a l’Espionage · H. M. Bateman · ct 1924
      from A Mixture 1924.
    • 138-156 · Story of the Young Man with the Cream Tarts · Robert Louis Stevenson · nv London June 8 1878 (+2)
    • 144 · Love Song, At Once Tender and Informative · Samuel Hoffenstein · pm (r)
      from Poems in Praise of Practically Nothing 1928.
    • 150 · The Voice That Beautifies the Land: Navajo Song · [uncredited] · pm (r)
      from American Indian Love Lyrics 1925.
    • 157 · A Vendetta · Guy de Maupassant · ss Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life by Guy de Maupassant, The Dunstan Society, 1903, as “Semillante”
      translated from the French (“Une vendetta”, Le Gaulois, October 14, 1883).
    • 160 · Richard Brinsley Sheridan: The Man Who Was Too Charming · E. M. Butler · ex 1931
      from Sheridan, A Ghost Story 1931.
    • 164 · “To-morrow you will live, you always cry…” · Martial; translated by Abraham Cowley · pm (r)
    • 165 · Mr. Copernicus and the Proletariat · H. C. Bunner · ss Short Sixes by H. C. Bunner, Keppler & Schwarzmann, 1890
    • 171 · The Two Tartarins · Alphonse Daudet · ms from Tartarin de Tarascon (r)
      translated from the French.
    • 172 · The Empress Catharine and Princess Dashkof · Walter Savage Landor · ss (r)
      from Imaginary Conversations.
    • 176 · Thoughts on Today · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 177 · The Ancient Roman · Archibald Marshall · ss Simple Stories by Archibald Marshall, G.G. Harrap & Co., 1927
    • 179-195 · The Apple Tree [Part 2 of 2] · John Galsworthy · na Good Housekeeping January 1917 (+3)
    • 193 · Too Late · George Meredith · pm (r)
      from Modern Love 1898.
    • 196 · Quips and Cranks · [Various] · hu (r)


    The Golden Book Magazine [v14, #82, October 1931] ed. Frederica Pisek Field (Review of Reviews, 25¢, 98pp+, standard)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 4a · Who’s Who in the Golden Book · [uncredited] · bg
    • 8a · Authors and Books · F. F. (by Frederica Pisek Field) · br
    • 28a · October · Robert Lawson · il (r)
    • 30a · This Fairy Isle: Bermuda · Roger Shaw · ar
    • 197 · The Shameless Behavior of a Lord · Michael Arlen · ss The Tatler November 29 1922
    • 201 · They Didn’t Like the Times · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 202 · Romance in the Life of Hefty Burke · Richard Harding Davis · ss Harper’s New Monthly Magazine January 1893
    • 212 · On the Art of Advertising · Samuel Johnson · ms 1759
    • 213 · Quips and Cranks · [Various] · hu (r)
    • 214 · From Madrid to Moscow · Caran d’Ache · ct (r)
    • 215 · So They Say · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 217 · The Nostalgic Ram · Mikhail Evgrafovich Saltykov; translated by Jacob Chaitkin · ss (r)
    • 220 · A Backstairs View of Sir Walter Scott · William Dalgleish; edited by G. E. Mitton · ex from “Memoirs of William Dalgleish, Butler to Sir Walter Scott”, The Cornhill Magazine June 1931 (+2)
    • 224-237 · The Captain’s Doll · D. H. Lawrence · na The Ladybird; The Fox; The Captain’s Doll by D. H. Lawence, Martin Secker, 1923
    • 235 · Mountain Water · Sara Teasdale · pm (r)
      from Dark of the Moon 1925.
    • 237 · The Ten Books I Reread Most · J. C. Grey · ms
    • 238 · The Fable of the Two Mandolin Players and the Willing Performer · George Ade · ss Fables in Slang by George Ade, Herbert S. Stow, 1900
    • 241 · The Kennel · Maurice Level; translated by Alys Eyre Macklin · ss Hearst’s Magazine August 1920
      translated from the French (“Le Chenil”, Le Journal, 1906).
    • 244 · Tell Him, O Night (“from the Arabian”) · [uncredited] · pm (r)
    • 245 · The Garden of Proserpine · Algernon Charles Swinburne · pm (r)
    • 246-263 · The Withered Arm · Thomas Hardy · nv Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine January 1888
    • 251 · Love Me or Not · Thomas Campion · pm (r)
    • 264 · George Sand: Sentimental Minerva · Mary Letha Elting · bg 1929
    • 269 · A Ghost of the Sierras · Bret Harte · ss The Sun March 3 1878
    • 274 · The Traveling Man · Lady Gregory · pl Seven Short Plays by Lady Gregory, Maunsel and Company, 1909
    • 280 · A Lost Lady [Part 2 of 4] · Willa Cather · na The Century Magazine April 1923 (+2)


    The Golden Book Magazine [v14, #83, November 1931] ed. Frederica Pisek Field (Review of Reviews, 25¢, 96pp+, standard)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 4a · Who’s Who in the Golden Book · [uncredited] · bg
    • 12a · Authors and Books · F. F. (by Frederica Pisek Field) · br
    • 30a · November · Louis Lozowick · il (r)
    • 295 · Chances of the Street · Don Marquis · ss (r)
      from Carter 1921.
    • 300 · Definitions · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 301 · So They Say · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 303-312 · Flush of Gold · Jack London · ss The Grand Magazine of Fiction April 1908
    • 306 · Advice · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 307 · More Advice · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 312 · Arabesques · Joaquin M. Bartrina; translated by Seymour G. Link · pm (r)
    • 313 · The Background · “Saki” · ss The Chronicles of Clovis by H. H. Munro, John Lane, 1911
    • 315 · The Ideal Lover · Oscar Wilde · ex 1893
      from A Woman of No Importance 1893.
    • 316 · Today’s Despairing Hamlets · Paul Valéry; translated by Malcolm Cowley · ar Variety 1927
    • 319-333 · Classified · Edna Ferber · ss Cosmopolitan November 1924
    • 324 · On America · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 325 · Off America · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 329 · The Hill · Rupert Brooke · pm Collected Poems by Rupert Brooke, John Lane, 1916
    • 333 · Creditors and Debtors · Francois Rabelais · ex (r)
      from Gargantua and Pantagruel.
    • 334-347 · The Brute · Joseph Conrad · ss The Daily Chronicle December 5 1906
    • 340 · Understanding James Joyce · James Joyce · ex (r)
      from Finnegans Wake.
    • 341 · Ask Humpty-Dumpty, He Knows · Lewis Carroll · ex (r)
      from Through the Looking Glass.
    • 347 · Quips and Cranks · [Various] · hu (r)
    • 348 · Mickey Mouse’s Musical Career · Walt Disney · ct (r)
      from The Adventures of Mickey Mouse 1931.
    • 349 · How Does It Feel to Be Free? · Manuel Komroff · ss The Atlantic Monthly September 1925
    • 352 · Walls · Fredericka V. Blanckner · pm (r)
    • 353 · Falmenca · translated by Harry F. Cunningham · ss (r)
    • 358 · The Man Against the Sky · Edwin Arlington Robinson · ex 1921
      from The Man Against the Sky 1921.
    • 359 · Lord Byron’s Last Great Adventure · Edward J. Trelawny · ex 1858
      from Recollections of the Last Days of Shelley and Byron 1858.
    • 364 · Love and Bread · August Strindberg · ss Short Story Classics (Foreign) ed. William Patten, P.F. Collier, 1907
    • 371 · Jenny Kissed Me · Leigh Hunt · pm Monthly Chronicle November 1838
    • 372 · Salted Almonds, or, Playing the Game · F. Anstey · pl Salted Almonds by F. Anstey, Smith, Elder, 1906
    • 375 · The Best Sellers of Thirty Years · [Various] · ms (r)
    • 376-389 · A Lost Lady [Part 3 of 4] · Willa Cather · na The Century Magazine April 1923 (+2)
    • 387 · Sonnet 104 (“To me, fair friend, you never can be old”) · William Shakespeare · pm Shake-speares Sonnets by William Shakespeare, Thomas Thorpe, 1609
    • 389 · “None shall part us from each other…” · W. S. Gilbert · pm from Iolanthe, Hitchcock Publishing Co., 1882
    • 390 · Mexico Is Rediscovered · George Brandt · ar


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