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    Total Archives: 9 Years, 33 Issues, 867 Articles, 3,887pp
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    1. Common Ground
      , Summer 1945, pp. 28-33 - PDF
    2. The Bookshelf, conducted by Henry C. Tracy 
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      (7 Reviews)
      The Democratic Tradition in America, by Thomas V. Smith
      1. The Democratic Tradition in America by Thomas V. Smith
      2. The Brandeis Guide to the Modern World by Alfred Lief and Louis D. Brandeis
      3. Fountainheads of Freedom by Irwin Edman and Herbert W. Schneider
      4. The Opinions of Oliver Allston by Van Wyck Brooks
      5. Language in Action by S.I. Hayakawa
      6. When Peoples Meet by Alain LeRoy Locke and Bernhard J. Stern
      7. The Myth of the Negro Past by Melville J. Herskovits
      Common Ground
      , Spring 1942, p. 112 - PDF
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      (5 Reviews)
      The Very Good Neighbors, by Irmengarde Eberle
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Autumn 1945, p. 111 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Autumn 1945, pp. 22-23 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Summer 1942, pp. 10-14 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Autumn 1946, pp. 82-86 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Winter 1946, pp. 69-73 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Winter 1944, pp. 22-25 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Summer 1949, pp. 79-83 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Summer 1945, pp. 48-52 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Winter 1945, pp. 87-91 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Autumn 1947, pp. 40-45 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Summer 1944, pp. 38-43 - PDF
    4. New York City
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Spring 1942, pp. 13-14 - PDF
    5. Los Angeles
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Spring 1942, p. 12 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Spring 1945, pp. 71-76 - PDF
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Summer 1942, pp. 19-24 - PDF
    6. A Letter and a Reply
      1. The Very Good Neighbors by Irmengarde Eberle
      2. Up at City High by Joseph Gollomb
      3. Now That April's Here by Daisy Neumann
      4. Roofs Over Strawtown by Sara Elizabeth Gosselink
      5. They Change Their Skies by Letitia Preston Osborne
      Common Ground
      , Winter 1944, pp. 65-74 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Autobiography of William Allen White, by William Allen White
      1. The Autobiography of William Allen White by William Allen White
      2. Detroit Is My Own Home Town by Malcolm W. Bingay
      3. The Wilson Era: Years of War and After, 1917-1923 by Josephus Daniels
      4. American Daughter by Era Bell Thompson
      5. And That's No Lie by Beatrice W. Bill Talbot
      6. Paul Robeson, Citizen of the World by Shirley Graham
      Common Ground
      , Autumn 1946, pp. 106-107 - PDF
    8. The Bookshelf, conducted by Henry C. Tracy 
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      (8 Reviews)
      American Counterpoint, by Alexander Alland
      1. American Counterpoint by Alexander Alland
      2. Harriet Tubman by Earl Conrad
      3. 'Scusa Me Teacher by Marian Agnes Dogherty
      4. Italian or American? by Irvin L. Child
      5. Swedish Immigrants in Lincoln's Time by Nels Hokanson
      6. Modern Negro Art by James A. Porter
      7. Brown Americans by Edwin R. Embree
      8. Three Times I Bow by Carl Glick
      Common Ground
      , Winter 1944, p. 112 - PDF