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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 53, Issue 5, miscellaneous front pages, 641-644.
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  • Our Fellow Citizens in the White House, 645-665.
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  • Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker, 665-682.
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  • The Nation's Library. I. The New Building. II. Special Features of the Congressional Library, 682-694.
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  • The Decorations in the New Congressional Library, 694-712.
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  • Campaigning with Grant, 712-728.
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  • The Man Who Worked for Collister, 728-733.
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  • Inauguration Scenes and Incidents, 733-741.
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  • Papers on Lord Nelson. Nelson at Trafalgar, 741-759.
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  • A Dark Day, 759-760.
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  • Our Witch, 760-766.
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  • The Stranger, 766-767.
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  • The Art of Giving Large, 767-779.
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  • "Flower Before the Leaf", 779-780.
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  • Some Writers of Good Letters. Edward Fitzgerald, James Russell Lowell, Matthew Arnold, 780-790.
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  • The Outgoing President, 790-791.
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  • The Incoming President, 791-792.
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  • A Good Example in Government Building, 792.
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  • On the Public Wearing of Political Colors, 792-793.
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  • How to Utilize Old Magazines, 793-795.
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  • A Scientific Basis for Liquor Legislation, 795.
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  • One Man Who Was Content. Comment by Estelle Thomas, 795.
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  • A Scientific Basis for Liquor Legislation, 795-797.
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  • "Trialments, Troublements, and Flickerments", 797-799.
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  • In the Tea Corner, 799-800.
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  • "Songs of New York's Numbered Streets", 800.
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  • The Modern Coelebs, 800.
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