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  • A Story
    McClure's Magazine
    , November 1912, pp. 33-42 - PDF
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1890s
      = 7 Years, 77 Issues, 923 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1900s
        = 10 Years, 119 Issues, 1,696 Articles
        1. [–] Issues of the 1910s
          = 4 Years, 46 Issues, 691 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of 1910
            = 12 Issues, 184 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of 1911
              = 12 Issues, 173 Articles
              1. [–] Issues of 1912
                = 12 Issues, 171 Articles
                1. [+] January 1912 Issue
                  = 17 Articles
                  1. [+] February 1912 Issue
                    = 17 Articles
                    1. [+] March 1912 Issue
                      = 19 Articles
                      1. [+] April 1912 Issue
                        = 16 Articles
                        1. [+] May 1912 Issue
                          = 13 Articles
                          1. [+] June 1912 Issue
                            = 15 Articles
                            1. [+] July 1912 Issue
                              = 14 Articles
                              1. [+] August 1912 Issue
                                = 10 Articles
                                1. [+] September 1912 Issue
                                  = 12 Articles
                                  1. [+] October 1912 Issue
                                    = 12 Articles
                                    1. [–] November 1912 Issue
                                      = 14 Articles
                                      1. Magnates of Crime by Judge Joseph E. Corrigan, pp. 1-11 - PDF
                                      2. My Experiences as a Progressive Delegate by Jane Addams, pp. 12-14 - PDF
                                      3. A Letter to a Gentleman by Samuel Merwin, pp. 15-25 - PDF
                                      4. The Great Chance by Edward Mott Woolley, pp. 26-32 - PDF
                                      5. The Absence of Mr. Glass by Gilbert K. Chesterton, pp. 33-42 - PDF
                                      6. The Amateur Gentleman by Jeffery Farnol, pp. 43-58 - PDF
                                      7. Blue Ribbons by Maravene Kennedy Thompson, pp. 59-64 - PDF
                                      8. Fortunes in Films by Bennet Musson, Robert Grau, and Burto..., pp. 65-76 - PDF
                                      9. The Montessori Method and the American Kindergarten by Ellen Yale Stevens, pp. 77-81 - PDF
                                      10. Announcement of a Montessori Training Course, p. 82 - PDF
                                      11. The Prodigal by Mayor Howard, pp. 83-96 - PDF
                                      12. The Sixty-first Second by Owen Johnson, pp. 97-112 - PDF
                                      13. The Marvels of Dream Analysis by H. Addington Bruce, pp. 113-119 - PDF
                                      14. The World We Live In, pp. 120-122 - PDF
                                    2. [+] December 1912 Issue
                                      = 12 Articles
                                    3. [+] Issues of 1913
                                      = 10 Issues, 163 Articles
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