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The Literary Digest, July 20, 1918 Issue
- 32 Articles, 74pp
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  • Science and Invention 
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  • Letters and Art 
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  • Religion and Social Service 
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    The House-holder's War-Duty in Saving Coal
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    The Life and Times of Stephen Girard, Mariner and Merchant, by John Bach McMaster
    1. The Life and Times of Stephen Girard, Mariner and Merchant by John Bach McMaster
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    In Audubon's Labrador, by Charles Wendell Townsend
    1. In Audubon's Labrador by Charles Wendell Townsend
    2. Approaches to the Great Settlement by Emily Greene Balch
    3. The Voice of Lincoln by Reuben M. Wanamaker
    4. First the Blade by Clemence Dane
    5. How to Build Mental Power by Grenville Kleiser
    6. Liege, on the Line of March by Glenna Lindsley Bigelow
    7. Women of the War by Barbara McLaren
    8. The Wonders of Instinct by Jean-Henri Fabre
    9. Tenting To-Night by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    10. Loves Intrigues of the Kaiser's Sons by William Le Queux
    11. English Pageantry: An Historical Outline by Robert Withington
    12. Women Wanted by Mabel Potter Daggett
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    1. In Audubon's Labrador by Charles Wendell Townsend
    2. Approaches to the Great Settlement by Emily Greene Balch
    3. The Voice of Lincoln by Reuben M. Wanamaker
    4. First the Blade by Clemence Dane
    5. How to Build Mental Power by Grenville Kleiser
    6. Liege, on the Line of March by Glenna Lindsley Bigelow
    7. Women of the War by Barbara McLaren
    8. The Wonders of Instinct by Jean-Henri Fabre
    9. Tenting To-Night by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    10. Loves Intrigues of the Kaiser's Sons by William Le Queux
    11. English Pageantry: An Historical Outline by Robert Withington
    12. Women Wanted by Mabel Potter Daggett
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    1. In Audubon's Labrador by Charles Wendell Townsend
    2. Approaches to the Great Settlement by Emily Greene Balch
    3. The Voice of Lincoln by Reuben M. Wanamaker
    4. First the Blade by Clemence Dane
    5. How to Build Mental Power by Grenville Kleiser
    6. Liege, on the Line of March by Glenna Lindsley Bigelow
    7. Women of the War by Barbara McLaren
    8. The Wonders of Instinct by Jean-Henri Fabre
    9. Tenting To-Night by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    10. Loves Intrigues of the Kaiser's Sons by William Le Queux
    11. English Pageantry: An Historical Outline by Robert Withington
    12. Women Wanted by Mabel Potter Daggett