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    The Scrap Book [v11 #5, May 1911] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 10¢, 192pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien.
    • 769 · The Brief Romance of a Wonder Child · Frank Marshall White · ar; on prodigy financier Richard E. Murphy.
    • 784 · Man Is Master of His Household · Anon. · hu
    • 785 · O’Shaughnessy, the Marooned · Garnet Warren · ss
    • 789 · Artists Under Pressure · Anon. · ar; on working to tight deadlines.
    • 790 · Oklahoma’s Treatment of Precedents · Theodore Roosevelt · ar The Outlook
    • 791 · Working with Greeley · Hugh Thompson · ar
    • 795 · The Right Question in the Circumstances · Anon. · hu (r)
    • 796 · A Song the Parodist Loves: Grandfather’s Clock · Anon. · pm (r)
    • 797 · He of the Glass Heart · George Allan England · ss
    • 802 · Remodeling the United States Treasury · Anon. · ar
    • 803 · The Woman in Business · Dr. Alexander Alworth · ar
    • 807 · Dogs That Talk Like Men · Godwin Huystedt · ar
    • 809 · The Entire Alphabet in Four Lines (“God gives the grazing ox...”) · Anon. · pm
    • 810 · How Dreams Are Made: Sleep and Dreams · A. Bronson Alcott · ar (r)
    • 811 · His Word of Honor [Part 2 of 4] · James Barnes · sl
    • 821 · Now the 17-Year Locust · Arthur B. Reeve · ar
    • 827 · Why They Joined the Navy · George Jean Nathan · ar
    • 830 · Louis D. Brandeis’s Amusement · Anon. · ar
    • 831 · A Reversible Political Platform · Anon. · ms (r); from The Jacksonian (Pontiac, MI).
    • 832 · The Poet Laurete of the Average Man · Anon. · ms; on Sam Walter Foss.
    • 832 · The Volunteer Organist · Sam Walter Foss · pm (r)
    • 834 · The Patient in “23” · Gilbert Riddell · ss
    • 839 · The Bloodthirsty Mosquito · L. W. Brownell · ar
    • 841 · How Better Seeds Are Obtained · Anon. · ar
    • 842 · A Tribute to Our Honored Dead · Henry Ward Beecher · ms (r)
    • 844 · Superstitions of the Days · Anon. · ms
    • 845 · The Radium Terrors [Part 5 of 8] · Albert Dorrington · na The Pall Mall Magazine Jan 1911 (+5)
    • 856 · The Story of “The Bourse” · Isaac F. Marcosson · ar
    • 864 · Exit the Star Boarder · L. K. Devendorf · ss
    • 867 · Theodosia Burr’s Fate · E. L. Bacon · ar
    • 873 · Uniting the People and the Farms · Anon. · ar
    • 874 · Whittier’s Version of the Robin Legend: How the Robin Came · John G. Whittier · pm (r)
    • 876 · The Face of Death · G. Gordon West · ss
    • 881 · The Code of Silence · R. Maxwell Winans · ar; among criminals.
    • 886 · Shot to Save Society: A Triumph of Order · John Hay · pm (r)
    • 888 · Diamonds in Duplicate · Samuel Cummings · ss
    • 893 · The Ghost Ship [Part 6 of 7] · E. Lawrence Dudley · sl
    • 907 · Our Wonderful World · Anon. · ms
    • 909 · How Keola Came Back · W. W. Thayer · ss
    • 915 · Feats of Helpless Heroes · Marietta Mason · ar; on heroism among the handicapped.
    • 919 · Alkali Ethics · Joseph T. Shaw · ss
    • 924 · The Merry Month of May
    • _924 · A May Carol · Frank Dempster Sherman · pm
    • _924 · Lost Love · Anon. · pm
    • _925 · The Old, Old Story · E. Matheson · pm Chambers’s Journal
    • _926 · May · Margaret Deland · pm (r); from The Old Garden.
    • 927 · “Here!” Five Maj. Generals · Rutherford Corbin · ar; on the last five suviving such from Union Army.
    • 931 · Hints for Happy Family Life · Robert G. Ingersoll · ms (r)
    • 932 · The Strike at La Rosa · Charles Lee Watkins · na
    • 960 · Europe’s Small Neutral Tracts · Anon. · ar



    The Scrap Book [v12 #1, July 1911] (Frank A. Munsey Co.; NY and London, 160pp, pulp)
    The plethora of bottom-of-page-filling mini articles and random quotations has vanished; the magazine (still on poor pulp paper and lacking any illustrations) is now confined to fiction, poetry, and a few articles of substantial size, and as a result is no longer a chore to index. But of course its run is almost over...

    The longer stories that have been holding down the final slot in each issue for some months now are called “complete novels” by SCRAP BOOK, but none are even novellas, and some (like this sixteen-pager probably do not even qualify as novelettes. Details supplied by Denny Lien.







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