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  • The Century Magazine
    , January 1915, pp. 321-340 - PDF
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1870s
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              1. [+] Issues of 1910
                = 12 Issues, 404 Articles
                1. [+] Issues of 1911
                  = 12 Issues, 415 Articles
                  1. [+] Issues of 1912
                    = 10 Issues, 339 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of 1913
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                      1. [+] Issues of 1914
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                        1. [–] Issues of 1915
                          = 12 Issues, 300 Articles
                          1. [–] January 1915 Issue
                            = 20 Articles
                            1. The Web by Virginia Tracy, pp. 321-340 - PDF
                            2. Russia and the Open Sea by Edwin Davies Schoonmaker, pp. 341-347 - PDF
                            3. "That Day" in Paris by Estelle Loomis, pp. 348-362 - PDF
                            4. "Swept and Garnished" by Rudyard Kipling, pp. 363-369 - PDF
                            5. A Minuet by Louis N. Parker, pp. 370-377 - PDF
                            6. The Soul of the French by Samuel P. Orth, pp. 378-391 - PDF
                            7. A Woman to Shakspere by Stephen Phillips, pp. 392-393 - PDF
                            8. Foot-notes from the Book of Nature by Walter King Stone and Charles Livings..., pp. 394-400 - PDF
                            9. South of Panama by Edward Alsworth Ross, pp. 401-412 - PDF
                            10. Audience by Edith M. Thomas, p. 413 - PDF
                            11. An Explanation of the German Point of View by James Harvey Robinson, pp. 414-421 - PDF
                            12. James Pethel by Max Beerbohm, pp. 422-434 - PDF
                            13. Making Over Mary by Ethel M. Kelley, pp. 435-441 - PDF
                            14. The Sword of Youth by James Lane Allen, pp. 442-459 - PDF
                            15. Escapes by Arthur C. Benson, pp. 460-465 - PDF
                            16. The Battle Film by Herman Scheffauer, pp. 466-474 - PDF
                            17. Current Comment, p. 475 - PDF
                            18. Immigration and the War, pp. 475-476 - PDF
                            19. Song of the Radiator by Deems Taylor, p. 477 - PDF
                            20. A Boston Anecdote by Paul L. Rittenhouse, pp. 478-480 - PDF
                          2. [+] February 1915 Issue
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                                              1. [+] December 1915 Issue
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                                              2. [+] Issues of 1916
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