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    The Scrap Book [v8 #4, October 1909] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 190pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 571 · This Is So Sudden—Stung! · Montague Glass · ar; on unintended proposals.
    • 577 · Superstitions About Birds · Anon. · ar
    • 578 · The Flatfoot Spins a Bender · Anon. · ar; on British slang.
    • 579 · A Colt for Sale · Lionel Arthur Henry · ss
    • 583 · The Suicide Tree of Mulberry Bend · Anon. · ar
    • 585 · Thrilling Moments in Football · George Jean Nathan · ar
    • 587 · Mad Manhattan · Arno Dosch · ar
    • 591 · The Rise of an Aeronaut · C. F. Carter · bg; on Leo Stevens.
    • 593 · A Bottle of Liquid Gas · Anon. · ar
    • 594 · Seafarers · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 596 · Trapping the Nimble Speeder · Anon. · ar
    • 597 · Under Sealed Orders · Frederick W. Brown · ss
    • 601 · The Changelessness of Man · William Makepeace Thackeray · ms (r)
    • 602 · Where Witchcraft Still Survives · Anon. · ar
    • 603 · When Mazie Rules the Roost · Epes W. Sargent · ar
    • 609 · A Song That Survived · Edward Freiberger · ar; on “The Battle Cry of Freedom”.
    • 611 · My Friend the Pickpocket · Sam Davis · ar
    • 614 · A Forgotten Poet: “On Seneca Lake” · James Grant Percival · pm (r)
    • 615 · Man and Horse in the Cavalry · Will Adams · ar
    • 618 · Queer Things About Nerves · Anon. · ar
    • 619 · Isles of Mystery · Roger O’Dell · ar; on “lost” islands.
    • 622 · The Traveling Exhibtion · Anon. · ar
    • 623 · Solange: Dr. Ledru’s Story of the Reign of Terror · Alexandre Dumas; translated by Fred. F. Schrader · ss (r); translated from the French.
    • 629 · “Have a Piece of Milk” · Anon. · ar; on Siberian winters.
    • 630 · Tragedy in the Air · Anon. · ar
    • 631 · Can You Kidnap Your Own Child? · Izola Forrester · ar
    • 637 · One of Twelve Children · Frank MacDonald · bg; on Philander Chase Knox.
    • 638 · India’s Mineral Wealth · Anon. · ar
    • 639 · The Ghost That Caused a War · Louise E. Eberle · ar; on the Moro War.
    • 643 · The Drunkard · Charles Lamb · ms (r)
    • 644 · Bernardo Del Caprio · Felicia Hemans · pm The New Monthly Magazine Oct 1825
    • 646 · Reaching Out by Wireless · Anon. · ar
    • 647 · Little Melodramas of the Down and Out · E. L. Bacon · ar
    • 650 · October 26, 1781 · Anon. · ms (r)
    • 651 · The House of Transmutation [Part 2 of 3] · George Allan England · sl
    • 666 · List of American Summits · Anon. · ms
    • 668 · Jonah’s Whale Not a Whale · Anon. · ar
    • 669 · They Tried to Boss the Clouds · John L. Cowan · ar; on rainmakers.
    • 676 · Wild Game in Old Countries · Anon. · ar
    • 678 · Satirists of Old New York · Frank Marshall White · bg; on Joseph Rodman Drake and Fitz-Greene Halleck.
    • 683 · The Glory of the Morning · Homer Croy · ss
    • 690 · The Abstemiousness of Genius · Frances Maule Bjorkman · ar
    • 692 · Great Wit and Madness · Anon. · ar
    • 693 · The Hall of Transient Fame · Anon. · cl
    • 695 · “Bloody Breathitt”: The Record of a Feud · L. E. Adams · ar
    • 698 · Montaigne on Physicians · Michel de Montaigne · ms (r)
    • 699 · Where Fashions Never Change · Paul Regard · ar
    • 702 · The Birds in the Letter-Box · René Bazin · ss (r)
    • 705 · Songs of the Sailor-Lads · Frederic Reddale · sg
    • 712 · Finger-Tips and Romance · Rose C. Tillotson · ar
    • 714 · Happy Thinking · Robert Louis Stevenson · ms (r)
    • 715 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 727 · Finding One’s Work · Josiah Gilbert Holland · ms (r)
    • 728 · How Al Rode the Cow · Raymond C. Ewer · ct
    • 730 · When the Crow Washed · Jennie Harris Oliver · ss
    • 734 · A Chinese Poem (“Of fresh new silk...”) · Anon. · pm Holland’s
    • 735 · Parrot Talk and Anecdotes · Anon. · ar
    • 737 · Questions That Baffle Science · Anon. · ar
    • 738 · Jokes That Have Helped—Make Old England Merry · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 740 · A Sonnet (“First time he kissed me...”) · Elizabeth Barrett Browning · pm (r)
    • 741 · A St. Lawrence Centenary · F. C. Tracer · ar
    • 744 · Humor from France—and the Fatherland · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 746 · Origin of the Third Degree · Anon. · ar
    • 747 · Frisbie of San Antone [Part 4 of 4] · William Wallace Cook · sl


    The Scrap Book [v8 #5, November 1909] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 190pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 761 · The Word of the Explorer · Will Irwin · ar The Sun ca. 1904; on J. Wycherly Webb.
    • 765 · Record of Early Explorations (Polar) · Anon. · ar
    • 766 · What Microbes Really Are · Arthur Benington · ar
    • 768 · Bo’s’n Hill · John Albee · pm
    • 769 · Is Any One Really Important? · Harry Thurston Peck · ar
    • 772 · “Hope Springs Eternal” · Payson Irwin & Berger Anderson · ss
    • 778 · We Are the Music-Makers · Arthur O’Shaughnessy · pm (r)
    • 779 · Men I Have Loved · Mrs. Leslie Carter · ar
    • 781 · That Matchless Pest—the Ticket-Speculator · Frank Marshall White · ar
    • 788 · China, Mother of Civilization · Anon. · ar
    • 789 · Nevada: Battle-Born · Frank H. Norcross · ar
    • 793 · The Gloves, a Mystery of Married Life · Marcel Prévost; translated, uncredited · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French.
    • 795 · The Polar Quest · Richard Burton · pm
    • 796 · Pet Wasps and Cunning Spiders · Anon. · ar
    • 797 · Concerning Genius and Old Age · Dr. A. S. Isaacs · ar
    • 800 · Solving Typewritten Mysteries · E. L. Bacon · ar; on typeface identification etc..
    • 805 · “Mountain-High” Waves Are a Myth · Anon. · ar
    • 806 · Bold Heroes of the Surf · Anon. · ar; on lifesavers.
    • 807 · Old-Fashioned Remedies: Wise and Otherwise · Charlotte C. West, M.D. · ar
    • 811 · Be Eccentric and Get a Job · George Jean Nathan · ar
    • 813 · The Man Without a Shadow [Part 1 of 2] · Adelbert von Chamisso · na Whittaker 1824, as “Peter Schlemihl”; translated from the German (“Peter Schlemihls Wundersame Geschichte”, Johann Leonard Schrag, 1814).
    • 821 · Thanksgiving on the Other Side · Paul Regard · ar; on St. Martin’s Day.
    • 823 · Zip! Off on a Joy-Ride · Arthur B. Reeve · ar
    • 830 · Maxims and Epigrams · E. H. Harriman · ms
    • 831 · The Street of the Whispering Shadows · C. E. Van Loan · ss
    • 835 · Arizona’s Marvelous Ruins · Anon. · ar
    • 837 · A Tale of the Tammany Tiger · Francis Marshall · ar
    • 843 · He Once Chased Assignments · Frank MacDonald · bg; on Frank A. Vanderlip.
    • 844 · Dr. Faustus and the Devil · Anon. · ar
    • 845 · The People and Their Law · Augustus E. Willson · ar (r)
    • 850 · Elephants That Never Lie Down · Anon. · ar
    • 851 · Why Women Are Beautiful · Anon. · ar
    • 853 · The Captain’s Double · A. Oskar Klausmann; translated by Thomas Seltzer · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the German.
    • 858 · Menager, King Edward’s Cook · Anon. · ar
    • 859 · The Unveiled Maid, a Love-Story from the Arabic · ’Umar ibn Rbi’a; translated by W. Gifford Palgrave · pm (r)
    • 860 · Little Panics in Big Pockets · Rose C. Tillotson · ar; on millionaires caught without cash handy.
    • 865 · Who Was It—Cook or Peary? · Anon. · ar
    • 866 · Our Nation’s Guardian Angel—the Schoolma’am · Anna Steese Richardson · ar
    • 869 · Anecdotes of Great Writers · Anon. · ar
    • 870 · When Herring Killed a King · Anon. · ar
    • 871 · A Tomb in the Desert · Perley Poore Sheehan · ss
    • 875 · The Czar and the Sentinel · Guy D’Amyot · vi
    • 876 · Guglielmo Marconi’s Career · Anon. · ar
    • 877 · Adventures of the Great Pirate, Captain Robert Kidd · Anon. · ex (r); from The Pirates’ Own Book, 1837.
    • 884 · Licenses of the Homeward-Bound · Raymond Crawford Ewer · ct
    • 885 · The Hall of Transient Fame · Anon. · cl
    • 887 · The Man Who Weighed the Earth · Anon. · ar; on Francis Bailey.
    • 890 · My Louisiana Home · D. J. Delvin · pm (r); from Georgetown (Ky.) College Journal.
    • 891 · Why I Prefer England · An American Millionaire · ar
    • 893 · Used All of It · Starr Wood · ct
    • 895 · In the Toils of a Sea-Monster · Victor Hugo; translated, uncredited · ex; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French (Les Travailleurs de la Mer, Verboeckhoven et Cie, 1866).
    • 898 · Where Apples Are Used as Omens · Anon. · ar
    • 899 · Fair Partners of the Great · Anon. · ar
    • 901 · They Went to See Shakespeare · Anon. · ct Punch
    • 902 · The Race of the Mighty · Gaetan de Maulne; translated by George Allan England · pm (r); translated from the French.
    • 904 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 917 · How the Russian Meets Death · Ivan Tourgenieff · ex; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the Russian (Annals of a Sportsman).
    • 922 · The Whistle · Benjamin Franklin · ms (r)
    • 923 · In Toy-Maker Town · Anon. · ar; on Nuremberg.
    • 924 · Some Wit and Humor—from the Other Side · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 926 · The Orphan Mendicant · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 927 · Greatrakes, a Forgotten Healer · Anon. · bg
    • 929 · Concerning Obesity and Brains · Anon. · ar
    • 930 · Four Little Smiles—from Sunny France · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 932 · Queer Things About Butterflies · Anon. · ar
    • 933 · Crossing the Arctic Circle · Bayard Taylor · mm (r)
    • 935 · John Ruskin on Sound Business · John Ruskin · ms (r)
    • 937 · Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep · Emma Hart Willard · pm (r)
    • 938 · Gettin’ in the Firewood · Raymond Crawford Ewer · ct
    • 940 · The House of Transmutation [Part 3 of 3] · George Allan England · sl


    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 [from “At the Back of the North Wind”] · George MacDonald · pm Strahan 1870
    • 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 [from “The Beguilement in the Boats”, as by Anon.] · Charles Dickens (error, actually by Harriet Parr) · pm Household Words Christmas 1856
    • 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


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