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, January 19, 1935 Issue
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January 19, 1935
The Other Woman
by Ellen Hogue, pp. 6-27 -
(Two Parts---Part I)
Love and Let Love
by Phyllis Hambledon, pp. 81-96 -
(Six Parts---Part III)
Novelettes and Short Stories
Dark of the Moon
by Florence Eberhard, pp. 28-46 -
The Purchase Price
by Mary Sears, pp. 48-59 -
Afraid to Spend
by Aline Ballard, pp. 61-70 -
They Gambled Love
by Allyn Harris, pp. 71-79 -
by Francine Findley, pp. 97-107 -
Run After Your Man
by Ruth Lyons, pp. 109-121 -
by Margaret White, pp. 123-133 -
Let's Talk About It
, p. 108 -
What's in a Name?
by Adrienne Peabody, pp. 135-136 -
Your Pen Personality
by Helen King, pp. 138-139 -
The Lonesome Club
by Dorothea Dale, pp. 140-146 -
by Catherine E. Berry, p. 47 -
by Phyllis Ward, p. 60 -
by E.D. Kramer, p. 80 -
Love at Dawn
by Mary C. Davies, p. 122 -
On a Quiet Afternoon
by Grace Meredith, p. 134 -
by Frances Miller, p. 137 -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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