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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 53, Issue 6, miscellaneous front pages, 801.
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  • The Tomb of General Grant, 802-803.
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  • Old Georgetown - A Social Panorama, 803-820.
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  • The Cello, 820-821.
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  • General Sherman's Opinion of General Grant, 821-822.
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  • General Grant at the Bonanza Mines, 822-823.
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  • Campaigning with Grant, 823-839.
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  • The Tomb of General Grant, 839-847.
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  • Sunny Harbor or Stormy Sea?, 847-848.
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  • Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker, 848-866.
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  • Wheeling in Tyrolean Valleys "Al' Heil!", 866-876.
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  • By Contraries, 876-877.
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  • "The Century" Series of American Artists. A New American Sculptor (George Grey Barnard), 877-882.
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  • Even as the Wave, 882-883.
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  • The Days of Jeanne D'Arc, 883-898.
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  • Newly Discovered Portraits of Jeanne D'Arc, 898-900.
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  • Glave in Africa. New Conditions in Central Africa, 900-916.
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  • The Fall of the House of Robbinson, 916-919.
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  • The Red Columbine, 919-920.
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  • Thackeray in Weimar. Translated by Herbert Schurz, 920-929.
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  • Easter Flowers, 929-930.
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  • Nancy, 930-937.
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  • "There is a Peace that Cometh after Sorrow", 937-938.
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  • General Grant's Most Famous Despatch, 938-942.
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  • A Blue and Gray Friendship (Grant and Buckner), 942-949.
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  • A Veto by Grant, 949-950.
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  • The Miracle of Greek Fire, 950-954.
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  • The Right Place for an Expert, 954.
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  • The Anger of Christ, 954-955.
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  • The Value of Dignity, 955-956.
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  • Speech and Speech-Reading for the Deaf. A Criticism by Edward M. Gallaudet, 956-957.
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  • Speech and Speech-Reading for the Deaf. Rejoinder by John Dutton Wright, 957.
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  • The Decorations in the New Congressional Library, 957-958.
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  • The Dialect Store, 958.
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  • Jean the Chopper, 958.
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  • On the Road, 958-959.
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  • A Seizure in the Jungle, 959-960.
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  • Hunting-Song, 960.
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  • A Maid of '96, 960.
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  • An Up-to-Date Sweetheart, 960-A001.
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  • The Century / Volume 53, miscellaneous back pages, A001-H004.
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