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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Scribner's magazine. Volume 11, Issue 5, May, 1892
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  • The Poor In Great Cities. II. Children Of The Poor, 531-556.
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  • The Reflections Of A Married Man, 556-567.
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  • Rapid Transit In Cities. I. The Problem, 567-578.
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  • Mirrored Music, 578-579.
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  • Unter Den Linden, 579-598.
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  • The Wrecker, 598-611.
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  • Sea And Land, 611-627.
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  • In Egypt, 627-628.
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  • Paris Theatres And Concerts. IV. Theatre-Going Habits, The Cafe Chantant, Symphony Concerts And Criticism, 628-643.
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  • France Adoree, 643-652.
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  • Historic Moments. II. The First News Message By Telegraph, 652-657.
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  • The Point Of View, 657-662.
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