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    The Saturday Evening Post [Volume 179 Number 27, January 5, 1907] (5¢, 32pp, 11¼″ x 14¼″ s/s, cover by Paul Bransom)
    Details supplied by Mark Owings.
    • 3 · The Siamese Cat [Part 1 of 3] · Henry Milner Rideout · sl; illustrated by Will Grefe
    • 6 · Poor Man’s Land · Rex Beach · ar; about Alaska.
    • 9 · The Dotty-Resters · Arthur E. McFarlane · ss; illustrated by Gustavus C. Widney
    • 12 · The Rise of Harriman · Will Payne · ar; illustrated by J. J. Gould
    • 14 · Who’s Who—and Why · [uncredited] · cl; anonymous anecdotes about James Wilson, Kipling, and William E. Mason.
    • 15 · Sampson Rock of Wall Street [Part 13 of 15] · Edwin Lefèvre · sl; illustrated by The Kinneys
    • 19 · The Senator’s Secretary · [uncredited] · ms; anonymous column of political gossip.
    • 20 · Players: Past and Present - Lawrence Barrett & William Winter · [uncredited] · ar
    • 23 · In Nineteen Hundred and Now · Edmund Vance Cooke · pm
    • 24 · Getting On in the World · [uncredited] · ms; where in the 1920s this was short usually-signed essays on business, this is 100-word pieces signed only with initials, so there seems no point in listing them individually.
    • 25 · In the Open · [uncredited] · cl; articles about outdoor life, this one unsigned. In the 1920s issue I have looked at “Who’s Who—and Why” was autobiographical essays with photographs, by frequent contributors, whereas here it is more of a gossip column with unsigned drawings, mostly about politicians.

















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