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    The Question by Brand Whitlock, pp. 629-631 - PDF
    Munsey's Magazine, July 1899
    The 13th District (1902) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    The Story of a Candidate
    2 Reviews
    The Happy Average (1903) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    2 Reviews
    Their Quest by Brand Whitlock, pp. 240-250 - PDF
    The Bookman, May 1903
    The Preacher's Son by Brand Whitlock, pp. 955-963 - PDF
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1903
    Her Infinite Variety (1904) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    2 Reviews
    The Turn of the Balance (1907) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    The Novel as American Social History
    2 Reviews
    Abraham Lincoln (1909) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    1 Review
    The Gold Brick (1910) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    1 Review
    The Fall Guy (1912) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    The City and Civilization by Brand Whitlock, pp. 623-632 - PDF
    Scribners, November 1912
    On the Enforcement of Law in Cities (1913) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    Forty Years of It (1914) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    3 Reviews
    The White Slave by Brand Whitlock, pp. 193-216 - PDF
    The Forum, February 1914
    Dublin by Brand Whitlock, pp. 767-777 - PDF
    The Century Magazine, March 1914
    The Rehabilitation of General Todhunter by Brand Whitlock, pp. 92-102 - PDF
     A Story
    The Harpers Monthly, June 1914
    The Field of Art by Brand Whitlock, pp. 257-272 - PDF
     A Belgian Sculptor
    Scribners, February 1916
    Black Infamies in Belgium (1918) by Brand Whitlock
    2 Reviews
    Belgium Under the German Occupation (1919) by Brand Whitlock - READ
    Belgium: A Personal Narrative (1919) by Brand Whitlock - PDF - READ
    2 Volumes, 135 Chapters, 1,523pp3 Reviews
      Various Selections by Brand Whitlock,, pp. 53-56 - PDF
    In The Red Dawning of "Der Tag": 1914 From The Great Events of the Great War (1920) by Charles F. Horne
      Various Selections by Brand Whitlock,, pp. 1-4 - PDF
    In "They Shall Not Pass": 1916 From The Great Events of the Great War (1920) by Charles F. Horne
      Various Selections by Brand Whitlock,, p. 365 - PDF
    In Germany's Year of Triumph: 1915 From The Great Events of the Great War (1920) by Charles F. Horne
    J. Hardin and Son (1923) by Brand Whitlock
    2 Reviews
    Belgian and American Authors by Brand Whitlock, pp. 23-28 - PDF
    The Living Age, January 6, 1923
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