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  1. [+] Issues of the 1890s
    = 6 Years, 252 Issues, 9,937 Articles
    1. [+] Issues of the 1900s
      = 10 Years, 487 Issues, 15,919 Articles
      1. [–] Issues of the 1910s
        = 10 Years, 481 Issues, 15,159 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of 1910
          = 53 Issues, 1,398 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of 1911
            = 52 Issues, 1,541 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of 1912
              = 34 Issues, 981 Articles
              1. [+] Issues of 1913
                = 52 Issues, 1,756 Articles
                1. [+] Issues of 1914
                  = 52 Issues, 1,657 Articles
                  1. [+] Issues of 1915
                    = 52 Issues, 1,654 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of 1916
                      = 52 Issues, 1,671 Articles
                      1. [+] Issues of 1917
                        = 35 Issues, 1,169 Articles
                        1. [–] Issues of 1918
                          = 51 Issues, 1,810 Articles
                          1. [+] Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1918
                            = 13 Issues, 461 Articles
                            1. [+] Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1918
                              = 13 Issues, 472 Articles
                              1. [+] Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1918
                                = 13 Issues, 414 Articles
                                1. [–] Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1918
                                  = 12 Issues, 463 Articles
                                  1. [+] October 2, 1918 Issue
                                    = 39 Articles
                                    1. [+] October 9, 1918 Issue
                                      = 32 Articles
                                      1. [+] October 16, 1918 Issue
                                        = 32 Articles
                                        1. [–] October 23, 1918 Issue
                                          = 34 Articles
                                          1. New German Crimes at Sea, p. 277 - PDF
                                          2. Hammering the Hun as He Retreats, p. 277 - PDF
                                          3. The Liberty Loan, p. 278 - PDF
                                          4. A Devastating Fire, p. 278 - PDF
                                          5. The Influenza Epidemic, p. 279 - PDF
                                          6. Putting the Sun to Work, p. 279 - PDF
                                          7. The First National Park in the East, p. 279 - PDF
                                          8. Hope for the French Farmer, p. 280 - PDF
                                          9. Patriotism in Education, p. 280 - PDF
                                          10. The War Camp Community Service, p. 280 - PDF
                                          11. Cartoons of the Week, p. 281 - PDF
                                          12. Shall We Have a Democratic Congress?, p. 282 - PDF
                                          13. The President's Peace Negotiations, p. 282 - PDF
                                          14. Justice to Germany, p. 283 - PDF
                                          15. What is There to be Afraid of?, p. 284 - PDF
                                          16. The Boy in the Bassinet, p. 285 - PDF
                                          17. Music at the Front by Gabrielle Elliot, p. 286 - PDF
                                          18. Mrs. Pankhurst's Visit, pp. 287-288 - PDF
                                          19. The Captain by J. Brainerd Thrall, p. 289 - PDF
                                          20. Why We Need a Democratic Congress by Hon. Champ Clark, pp. 289-290 - PDF
                                          21. The American Tax-Gatherer by Theodore H. Price and Richard Spillane, pp. 291-293 - PDF
                                          22. Soldiers of Rescue by Francis Lynde, pp. 294-295 - PDF
                                          23. Knoll Papers: The Community Church by Lyman Abbott, p. 296 - PDF
                                          24. Current Events Illustrated, pp. 297-301 - PDF
                                          25. The Career of a Notable Indian by Mabel Powers, p. 302 - PDF
                                          26. I Will by Alban Asbury, p. 303 - PDF
                                          27. Some High Prices in 1863 by Bessie T. Denny, p. 303 - PDF
                                          28. Soldiers' Reading in the Civil War by William F. Yust, p. 303 - PDF
                                          29. Weekly Outline Study of Current History by J. Madison Gathany, A.M., pp. 304-305 - PDF
                                          30. A Proletariat Prayer by Don C. Seitz, p. 306 - PDF
                                          31. Shall We Let Germany Rot? by W.S. Rainsford, pp. 306-307 - PDF
                                          32. [+] The New Books, pp. 308-310 - PDF
                                            - 10 Reviews
                                            1. The Blue Germ by Martin Swayne
                                            2. A Daughter of Jehu by Laura E. Richards
                                            3. The Golden Bough by George Gibbs
                                            4. Jamesie by Ethel Sidgwick
                                            5. Jefferson Davis by Armistead C. Gordon
                                            6. Thomas Jefferson by David Saville Muzzey
                                            7. Yesterdays in a Busy Life by Candace Wheeler
                                            8. Genseric, King of the Vandals and the First Prussian Kaiser by Poultney Bigelow
                                            9. The Red Heart of Russia by Bessie Beatty
                                            10. Why Prohibition! by Charles Stelzle
                                          33. The Problem of a New-Born Confidence, pp. 311-313 - PDF
                                            1. The Blue Germ by Martin Swayne
                                            2. A Daughter of Jehu by Laura E. Richards
                                            3. The Golden Bough by George Gibbs
                                            4. Jamesie by Ethel Sidgwick
                                            5. Jefferson Davis by Armistead C. Gordon
                                            6. Thomas Jefferson by David Saville Muzzey
                                            7. Yesterdays in a Busy Life by Candace Wheeler
                                            8. Genseric, King of the Vandals and the First Prussian Kaiser by Poultney Bigelow
                                            9. The Red Heart of Russia by Bessie Beatty
                                            10. Why Prohibition! by Charles Stelzle
                                          34. By the Way, pp. 314-316 - PDF
                                            1. The Blue Germ by Martin Swayne
                                            2. A Daughter of Jehu by Laura E. Richards
                                            3. The Golden Bough by George Gibbs
                                            4. Jamesie by Ethel Sidgwick
                                            5. Jefferson Davis by Armistead C. Gordon
                                            6. Thomas Jefferson by David Saville Muzzey
                                            7. Yesterdays in a Busy Life by Candace Wheeler
                                            8. Genseric, King of the Vandals and the First Prussian Kaiser by Poultney Bigelow
                                            9. The Red Heart of Russia by Bessie Beatty
                                            10. Why Prohibition! by Charles Stelzle
                                        2. [+] November 6, 1918 Issue
                                          = 67 Articles
                                          1. [+] November 13, 1918 Issue
                                            = 36 Articles
                                            1. [+] November 20, 1918 Issue
                                              = 34 Articles
                                              1. [+] November 27, 1918 Issue
                                                = 37 Articles
                                                1. [+] December 4, 1918 Issue
                                                  = 45 Articles
                                                  1. [+] December 11, 1918 Issue
                                                    = 34 Articles
                                                    1. [+] December 18, 1918 Issue
                                                      = 38 Articles
                                                      1. [+] December 25, 1918 Issue
                                                        = 35 Articles
                                                    2. [+] Issues of 1919
                                                      = 48 Issues, 1,522 Articles
                                                    3. [+] Issues of the 1920s
                                                      = 10 Years, 520 Issues, 17,587 Articles
                                                      1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
                                                        = 6 Years, 144 Issues, 2,912 Articles
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