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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 40, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-2.
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  • Washington. Archibald Robertson, and his Portraits, 3-14.
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  • Washington. Some New Washington Relics, 14-22.
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  • Washington. Some New Washington Relics, 22-26.
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  • Washington. Original Portraits of Washington, 26-27.
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  • Twilight Song. For Unknown Buried Soldiers, North and South, 27-29.
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  • Two Views of Marie Bashkirtseff, 29-33.
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  • The Fallen, 33-34.
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  • Friend Olivia, 34-47.
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  • Chickens for Use and Beauty, 47-60.
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  • Since Amy Died, 60-61.
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  • The Fighting Person, 61-65.
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  • Siberia and the Exile System. "Blacked Out", 65-72.
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  • A Study of Consciousness, 72-77.
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  • The Women of the French Salons, 77-95.
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  • Old Italian Masters. Andrea del Verrocchio, 95-101.
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  • Fickle Hope, 101-102.
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  • A Decoration Day Revery, 102-105.
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  • A Night Scene, 105-106.
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  • Theodore O'Hara, 106-111.
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  • Institutions for the Arid Lands, 111-117.
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  • The Romance of Two Cameras, 117-125.
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  • Travis and Major Jonathan Wilby, 125-134.
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  • "I Vex Me Not with Brooding on the Years", 134-135.
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  • The Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson, 135-144.
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  • Valor and Skill in Civil War. I. Was Either the Better Soldier, 144-148.
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  • Valor and Skill in Civil War. Which Was the Better Army, 148-151.
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  • The New Movement in Education, 151.
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  • Washington. Washington and Memorial Day, 151-152.
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  • The Lingering Duello, 152-153.
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  • The Churches and the Poor, 153-154.
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  • The G. A. R. as Seen from the Inside, 154-156.
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  • Martial Epitaphs, 156-158.
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  • Buffalo "Guard of Honor", 158-159.
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  • The First Female College, 159-160.
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  • The Evolution of the Dialect Poem, 160.
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  • On Joe Jefferson Telling His Story, 160.
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  • My Blotter and I, 160-162.
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