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    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


    The Scrap Book [v9 #4, April 1910] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 160pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 481 · The Story of “Jo” Petrosino · Francesco Maresciallo Bianco · ar
    • 498 · Alien · Sam S. Stinson · pm
    • 499 · The Greatest Thing in the World · Arthur R. Andre · ss
    • 503 · Origin of April Fool’s Day · Anon. · ar
    • 504 · Where They Hide Their Gold · Izola Forrester · ar; on eccentric misers.
    • 510 · Commercial Test of Fame · Anon. · ar; on relative prices for letters of famous authors.
    • 511 · A Sierra Fantasy · Robert Mackay · ss
    • 514 · Stork-Lore and Superstitions · Anon. · ar
    • 515 · Theatricals in the Early Eighties: A Legend of Forgotten Stars · James L. Ford · ar
    • 520 · The Little Busy Bee · Isaac Watts · pm (r); from Divine and Moral Songs for Children.
    • 521 · Mary, American Queen · Anon. · ar; on Native American Mary Musgrove.
    • 523 · The Navy as an Educator · Chief Yeoman R. Dillman · ar
    • 528 · In the Days of the Wolf · Anon. · ss
    • 530 · The Prison of the Moor · Anon. · ar
    • 531 · “When the Wires Lie” · E. D. Moore · ar; on rumors spread by telegraph.
    • 536 · Blindfold Justice · Avery Abbott · ss
    • 543 · Magic Among the Ancients · Anon. · ar
    • 544 · Servants of the King · Anon. · ar; on domestic servants of UK royalty.
    • 545 · The One-Handed Pianist · Anon. · ar; on Vladimir Dolanski.
    • 546 · Profitable Prodigies and Others · Anon. · ar
    • 547 · The Prince of Pretense [Part 1 of 6] · Stephen Chalmers · sl
    • 558 · Odors That Aid Digestion · Anon. · ar
    • 559 · The Psychology of Loafing · Walter Prichard Eaton · ar
    • 562 · Concord Hymn · Ralph Waldo Emerson · pm self-published 1837, as “Hymn: Sung at the Completion of the Concord Monument, April 19, 1836”
    • 563 · From Forecastle to Senate · Frank MacDonald · bg; on George Clement Perkins.
    • 565 · The Burning of the Prince Royal · James Francis Dwyer · ss
    • 571 · Masterpieces Written in Haste · Anon. · ar
    • 572 · Eastertide in Many Lands · Anon. · ar
    • 573 · The Genesis of Genius · Dr. Louise G. Rabinovitch · ex (r); from The Genesis of Genius.
    • 577 · The Gray Suit · H. Courths-Mahler; translated by Kay Walters · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the German.
    • 583 · In Self-Defense · Anon. · ct The Sketch
    • 585 · The Merman · Anon.; translated by George Borrow · pm (r); Danish folksong.; translated from the Danish.
    • 586 · Stories of the Months—April · George J. Hagar · ar
    • 588 · Lost, Strayed, and Stolen Masterpieces · Rose C. Tillotson · ar
    • 592 · Overheard at the—Spring Auto-Meet · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 594 · Great Bells and No Bells · Anon. · ar
    • 595 · Saving Le Roy · G. P. Wilson · ss
    • 598 · A Blind Scholar Corrects · W. G. Holmes · lt; SB wrong as to Hindustani for “I love”.
    • 599 · The Lord and Master · Lawson Wood · ct The Sketch
    • 600 · Bad Men with Good Faces · Anon. · ar
    • 601 · Out Lost State Capitals · Arthur B. Reeve · ar
    • 606 · Jokes and Jests—From Foreign Climes · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 608 · Lincoln as a Poet (“My childhood’s home I see again...”) · Abraham Lincoln · pm (r)
    • 609 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 621 · The One Grenadier · Georges d’Esparbes; translated, uncredited · ss; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the French.
    • 624 · The Season’s Peril · H. M. Bateman · ct (r); from London Opinion.
    • 625 · Bargains in Wives · Anna Steese Richardson · ar
    • 630 · Our Town Sees a Ghost · Raymond Crawford Ewer · ct
    • 632 · All Around the World · Anon. · ms
    • 633 · The Get-Aways [Part 4 of 4] · George Allan England · sl


    The Scrap Book [v9 #5, May 1910] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 160pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 641 · The Fall of Tewksbury, King of Plungers · Olin Crawford · ar; on Lewis G. Tewksbury.
    • 656 · From All Over the World · Anon. · ms
    • 657 · Daniel Kenyon’s Fortune · E. L. Bacon · ss
    • 661 · The Author of “John Whopper, the Newsboy” · Anon. · ms; on Bishop Thomas March Clark.
    • 662 · How Wild Life Spent the Winter · L. W. Brownell · ar
    • 664 · The Power of Short Words · Dr. J. Addison Alexander · pm; two sonnets all in monosyllables.
    • 665 · Velvet Billy’s Redemption · Vingie E. Roe · ss
    • 670 · Why It Costs More to Live · Anon. · ar
    • 671 · British Table Manners in 1629 · Anon. · ar
    • 672 · House-Cleaning a Sky-Scraper · Harriet Eva Coffin · ar
    • 674 · The World’s Greatest Farm · Anon. · ar; on Terrazaz estate in Mexico.
    • 675 · Legends of Benefits Unforgot · Izola Forrester · ar
    • 680 · One Summer Day · Elsie Janis · pm
    • 681 · A Trifling Oversight · Anon. · ct The Bystander
    • 682 · On the Road to Monterey · Roland Ashford Phillips · ss
    • 687 · When Death Is an Asset · Anon. · ar; on insurance fraud.
    • 688 · Queer Hobbies Ridden in Quest of Fame · Anon. · ar
    • 689 · A New Science of Marriage · Homer Croy · ar
    • 693 · The Marooning of Martin Rhodes · George Ethelbert Walsh · ss
    • 699 · The Psychology of Money Panics · M. G. Seckendorff · ar
    • 702 · Romances of Accidental Fashion · Grace Aspinwall · ar
    • 705 · The End of the World · Camille Flammarion; translated by Gabrielle Tavaststjerna · ss; “adapted” from French for Scrap Book.
    • 714 · May Days in Old England · Anon. · ar
    • 715 · The Ride of Collins Graves · John Boyle O’Reilly · pm (r)
    • 716 · Hunting Gold in Australia · Anon. · ar
    • 717 · The Black Stone of Nigrodha [Part 1 of 3] · James Francis Dwyer · sl
    • 733 · Stories of the Months—May the Vernal · George J. Hagar · ar
    • 735 · Youth · Beatrice Irwin · pm
    • 736 · Quaint Bits of Humor—From the Other Side · [Various] · ct (r)
    • 738 · Underground Diplomacy · Anon. · ar
    • 739 · The Hole in the Wall · L. K. Devendorf · ss
    • 741 · The Borneo Adam and Eve · Anon. · ar; on Dyak creation stories.
    • 742 · Furred and Feathered Doctors · Herbert M. Lome · ar
    • 745 · The Wireless Wire-Fence · Bahr · ct
    • 746 · Serpents’ Tongues, from Adam to William Watson · Charlotte C. West · ar
    • 749 · The Very Best Thing · Frances Elton Morris · pm
    • 750 · Franklin’s Idea of Death · Benjamin Franklin · lt (r)
    • 751 · How to Photograph Flowers · Anon. · ar
    • 752 · The Immigrant’s Five-Foot Library · Anon. · ar
    • 753 · Actor Chat · The Dramatic Critic’s Wife · cl
    • 764 · An Education in Engagements · Frank Condon · ss
    • 768 · Origin of Jack’s House · Anon. · sg; on Hebrew song “A kid my father bought...”.
    • 770 · The Role of Vision · Harold Everett Porter · ss
    • 776 · A Motto for Your Sun-Dial · Anon. · ar
    • 777 · He Talked with Horses · Anon. · ar; on Con Sullivan, Horse Whisperer.
    • 779 · Great Salt Lake’s Odd Floods · Anon. · ar
    • 782 · Some Extraordinary Easter Eggs · Anon. · ar
    • 783 · Nothing to Worry About · Fred Buchanan · ct The Sketch
    • 784 · Slang from Society’s Cellar · George Allan England · ar; on underworld lingo.
    • 787 · “Thou Merry Month” · Leigh Hunt · pm (r)
    • 788 · The Greatest Debt · Selma Lagerlöf; translated by Gabrielle Tavaststjerna · ar; Nobel Prize address.; newly translated for Scrap Book.; translated from the Swedish.
    • 791 · Reflections on Long Life · Anon. · ar
    • 792 · The Prince of Pretense [Part 2 of 6] · Stephen Chalmers · sl



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