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A Century of Painting in America
by Will H. Low, pp. 337-350 -
First Paper-The Fathers of Art in America
by Florence Wilkinson, pp. 351-359 -
The Surgery of Light: Remarkable Discovery of Healing Rays by Dr. Neils Finsen o...
A Word About the Man
by Jacob A. Riis,, p. 360 -
Dr. Finsen and the Story of His Achievement
by Cleveland Moffett,, pp. 361-367 -
The Finsen System in England
by Alfred Harmsworth,, pp. 368-369 -
The Finsen System in America
by Dr. George C. Hopkins,, p. 370 -
by Arthur Stanwood Pier, pp. 371-383 -
As a Tale That Is Told
by Mary Clarke Huntington, pp. 384-386 -
"An Unholy Alliance"
by Ida M. Tarbell, pp. 387-403 -
Chapter IV of the History of the Standard Oil Company
Snow White and Rose Red
by Edith Wyatt, pp. 404-410 -
The Last Years of Arctic Work
by Robert E. Peary, U.S.N., pp. 411-422 -
by Winifred Webb, p. 423 -
The Flying Death
by Samuel Hopkins Adams, pp. 424-427 -
Part II. The End of the Trail
The Phonograph and the Graft
by O. Henry, pp. 428-434 -
Children of the Coal Shadow
by Francis E. Nichols, pp. 435-444 -
The Lady and the Boy
by Norvell Harrison, pp. 445-446 -
A Love Letter to Emmy Lou
by George Seibel, pp. 447-450 -
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