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The Motor Camping Book
(1921) by Elon Jessup
The Flight of the Tin Can Tourists
by Elon Jessup, pp. 166-168 -
May 25, 1921
The Knack of Skiing
by Elon Jessup, pp. 610-612 -
December 14, 1921
by Elon Jessup, pp. 58-59 -
January 11, 1922
Human Nature in Deep Water
by Elon Jessup, pp. 149-150 -
Some Suggestions on How Not to Get Drowned
May 24, 1922
Getting Lost in the Woods
by Elon Jessup, pp. 414-416 -
July 5, 1922
Close-to-Home Mountain Climbing
by Elon Jessup, pp. 717-720 -
August 30, 1922
by Elon Jessup, pp. 436-439 -
November 8, 1922
Roughing It Smoothly
(1923) by Elon Jessup
How to Avoid Vacation Pitfalls
Catch 'Em Young
by Elon Jessup, pp. 757-758 -
An Interview with Dr. George L. Meylan, Professor of Physical Edcuation and Medi...
April 25, 1923
by Elon Jessup, pp. 690-692 -
April 23, 1924
Touring with Tent and Car
by Elon Jessup, pp. 154-155 -
May 28, 1924
The Greatest Olympiad
by Elon Jessup, pp. 571-574 -
August 13, 1924
A Ticket to New York
by Elon Jessup, pp. 309-316 -
The Boys' Book of Canoeing
(1926) by Elon Huntington Jessup
All About Canoe Handling, Paddling, Poling, Sailing, and Camping
The Boys' Book of Camp Life
(1928) by Elon Huntington Jessup
"Paying Tuition to a Giant Hedge Fund"
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