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January 29, 1930
With Our Readers
, pp. 161-162 -
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Frontispiece: The Meeting Pace
, p. 164 -
The Future of the Hinterland
by Emily Newell Blair, pp. 165-168 -
For the Coast Guard
by Willard Cooper, pp. 169-171 -
The Perils of Parity
by Henry Kittredge Norton, pp. 172-173 -
The Trend of Events
, pp. 174-180 -
What Makes a Criminal?
by Joseph Lilly, pp. 181-183 -
The Ship's the Thing!
by T.R. Ybarra, p. 184 -
Nobody Loves a Bear
by William O. Scroggs, p. 185 -
The Leisure Arts
by Frances Lamont Robbins, p. 186 -
"--- And Co.", by Jean Richard Bloch, ...
The Week's Reading
, p. 187 -
Joy Is My Name, by Sarah Salt, ...
Behind the Blurbs
by Walter R. Brooks, pp. 188-189 -
by John Carter, p. 190 -
America and England?, by Nicholas Roosevelt, ...
by Francis R. Bellamy, p. 191 -
by Creighton Peet, p. 192 -
The Locked Door, by George Fitzmaurice, ...
From the Life
by Ibby Hall, p. 193 -
by Pitts Sanborn, pp. 194-200 -
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