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, March 1895 Issue
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, pp. 73-83 -
The Other One
by Harry Thurston Peck, p. 84 -
An Interview With Mr. John Davidson
by Jane T. Stoddart, pp. 85-86 -
The Editor of "The Yellow Book"
by William H. Carpenter, pp. 87-88 -
The French Symbolists
by Adolphe Cohn, pp. 89-90 -
The First Exhibit of the Caxton Club of Chicago
, pp. 91-92 -
Ian Maclaren At Home
by James Ashcroft Noble, pp. 93-96 -
Books and Culture
by Hamilton W. Mabie, pp. 97-98 -
II. Time and Place
German and Scandinavian Literature in 1894
by Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen, pp. 99-100 -
by W. Robertson Nicoll, pp. 101-102 -
Vacant Places in the Literary World
, p. 103 -
, p. 115 -
The Bookman's Table
, p. 123 -
The Old Booksellers of New York
by W.L. Andrews, pp. 130-131 -
The Book Mart
English Authors and American Royalties
, p. 132 -
The Third Foote Sale
, p. 133 -
, p. 134 -
, p. 135 -
, p. 135 -
Sales of Books During the Month
, pp. 136-137 -
List of Books Published During the Month
, pp. 138-144 -
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