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    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v36 #3, September 1916] (15¢, standard)
    From this issue Frank Harris is editor; also illustrations return. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 193 · Introducing Frank Harris · Arthur W. Little · ed; besides introducing Harris this talks about the magazine’s survival over the last four years and notes the circulation is 150,000, half of whom are subscribers.
    • 195 · Frank Harris Speaks to Our Readers · Frank Harris · ed
    • 197 · The Oil Story · George Creel · ar
    • 203 · Greenwich Village as It Was · Guido Bruno · ar
    • 213 · The Mystery of the Delmonico Bath · John Berry · ss
    • 219 · The First Gentleman of Europe · Frank Harris · ar; about Edward, Prince of Wales (future Edward VII).
    • 224 · Wall Street’s Handy Man: Charles E. Hughes · Allan L. Benson · ar
    • 230 · Owen Esty’s Inheritance [Owen Esty] · May Wilmoth & Olin L. Lyman · ss
    • 237 · The Rebirth of Art in Our Time · Frank Harris · ar; about Henri Gaudier-Brzeska.
    • 243 · Baseball on the Inside · Billy Evans · ar
    • 248 · The Revolt in North Dakota · Herbert E. Gaston · ar
    • 253 · Mrs. Fuller’s Moment · H. O’Hara · ss
    • 255 · The Water Power Grab · Frederick Kerby · ar
    • 260 · Aninal Dances from Time Immemorial · [uncredited] · ar
    • 261 · Labor and the Democrats · William Leavitt Stoddard · ar
    • 263 · Major-General Funston, a Soldier of Fortune · H. O’Hara · ar
    • 266 · Lord Kitchener: Ad Memoriam · [uncredited] · ar
    • 268 · The Great Sea Fight · Frank Harris · ar
    • 270 · Contemporary Portraits: Earl St. Aldwyn · Frank Harris · ar
    • 276 · Casement’s Conviction · Frank Harris · ar
    • 279 · Silhouettes; Romance and War · [uncredited] · ar
    • 281 · New Seasons for Old · Louis Sherwin · ar
    • 283 · Poetry · Frank Harris · cl; begins as a brief review of a book of poetry, Mater Dolorosa and then reprints three poems, one untitled and anonymous plus “Eileen” by Eric Lyall and “William Blake” by James Thomson.
    • 284 · His Page · Frank Harris · cl
    • 285 · Through the Editor’s Eyes · Frank Harris · ed





    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v37 #1, January 1917] (15¢, standard, cover by Ilonka Karasz)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 1 · Puzzled by the Censor · Frank Harris · ed; reports that Pearson’s has been prohibited from sale in Canada on the grounds that it divulged information prejudicial to the War, which Harris refuted.
    • 5 · The Revolt of Bayonne · Harry C. Douglas · ar
    • 14 · Principally Polly · John Irving Pearce, Jr. · ss
    • 20 · Taking the Lid off the Income Tax · Basil M. Manly · ar
    • 23 · Stories of King Edward VII [Part 3 of 3] · Frank Harris · ar
    • 27 · The National Public Ownership League · Carl D. Thompson · ar
    • 29 · Lawyers · Bernard Gilbert · pm
    • 31 · Spying Japs in Mexico · K. K. Kawakami · ar
    • 37 · The Miracle Nerve · John Berry · ss
    • 43 · George Moore and Jesus [Part 2 of 2] · Frank Harris · ar
    • 48 · Striking the Chains from the Child · Courtenay Lemon · ar
    • 55 · The Breaking Point · Frank MacDonald · ss
    • 60 · Page One, Column One · Emanuel Julius · vi
    • 61 · The Revolt of the Farmers - How the Milk Producers Got Justice · Charles Edward Russell · ar
    • 67 · New Stories About Auguste Rodin · H. O’Hara · ar
    • 69 · A Label and Lives—The Story of the Cigar Makers · A. M. Simons · ar
    • 75 · Inside the Deutschland with Captain Koenig · Frank Harris · ar; Harris’s tour of a submarine.
    • 81 · The Editor’s Page · Frank Harris · ed
    • 82 · Wanamaker’s Hypocrisy and the Muzzle on the Press · George Creel · ar
    • 85 · With Our Readers: Four Months of Frank Harris · Arthur W. Little · ar; Little reports how Harris has stirred up the readers both pro- and anti- but that sales, at least in New York, had increased. He also noted that the US Pearson’s had been blacklisted in England.
    • 87 · Music · C. Macmillen · cl
    • 88 · At Last a Really Delightful Play · Louis Sherwin · th
    • 92 · Through the Editor’s Eyes · Frank Harris · ed





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