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  • Scribners
    Total Archives: 53 Years, 616 Issues, 11,078 Articles, 76,104pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1880s
      = 3 Years, 35 Issues, 484 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1890s
        = 10 Years, 114 Issues, 1,984 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of the 1900s
          = 10 Years, 114 Issues, 1,908 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of the 1910s
            = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 2,210 Articles
            1. [+] Issues of the 1920s
              = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 2,205 Articles
              1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
                = 10 Years, 113 Issues, 2,287 Articles
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                Decade 1880s
                1. Scribners,
                  January 1887 Issue, 12 Articles, 127pp
                  Reminiscences of Siege and Commune of Paris by E.B. Washburne
                  First Paper---The Downfall of the Empire
                2. Scribners,
                  February 1887 Issue, 14 Articles, 127pp
                  The Likenesses of Caesar by John C. Ropes
                3. Scribners,
                  March 1887 Issue, 12 Articles, 126pp
                  The Stability of the Earth by N.S. Shaler
                4. Scribners,
                  May 1887 Issue, 14 Articles, 117pp
                5. Scribners,
                  June 1887 Issue, 14 Articles, 106pp
                  Some Illustrations of Napoleon and His Times by John C. Ropes
                6. Scribners,
                  July 1887 Issue, 14 Articles, 127pp
                  The Physical Proportions of the Typical Man by D.A. Sargent, M.D.
                7. Scribners,
                  August 1887 Issue, 16 Articles, 129pp
                  Unpublished Letters of Thackeray by Thackeray
                8. Scribners,
                  September 1887 Issue, 17 Articles, 127pp
                  The Modern Nile by Edward L. Wilson
                9. Scribners,
                  October 1887 Issue, 12 Articles, 125pp
                  Seth's Brother's Wife by Harold Frederic
                10. Scribners,
                  November 1887 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  Wagner and Scenic Art by William F. Apthorp
                11. Scribners,
                  December 1887 Issue, 13 Articles, 126pp
                12. Scribners,
                  January 1888 Issue, 17 Articles, 127pp
                  The Man at Arms by E.H. Blashfield and E.W. Blashfield
                13. Scribners,
                  February 1888 Issue, 13 Articles, 127pp
                  Mendelssohn's Letters to Moscheles by William F. Apthorp
                  From the Manuscripts in the possession of Felix Moscheles
                14. Scribners,
                  March 1888 Issue, 13 Articles, 127pp
                  The Campaign of Waterloo by John C. Ropes
                15. Scribners,
                  April 1888 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  The Campaign of Waterloo by John C. Ropes
                16. Scribners,
                  May 1888 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  In the Steamers' Track by William Perry Northrup
                17. Scribners,
                  June 1888 Issue, 14 Articles, 126pp
                  The Building of a Railway by Thomas Curtis Clarke
                18. Scribners,
                  July 1888 Issue, 10 Articles, 127pp
                  Feats of Railway Engineering by John Bogart
                19. Scribners,
                  August 1888 Issue, 11 Articles, 127pp
                  Rivers and Valleys by N.S. Shaler
                20. Scribners,
                  September 1888 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  Scenes in Cyprus by W.H. Mallock
                21. Scribners,
                  October 1888 Issue, 11 Articles, 124pp
                  The Temples of Egypt by Edward L. Wilson
                22. Scribners,
                  November 1888 Issue, 14 Articles, 126pp
                  From Gravelotte to Sedan by General Philip H. Sheridan
                23. Scribners,
                  December 1888 Issue, 19 Articles, 128pp
                  Winter in the Adirondacks by Hamilton Wright Mabie
                24. Scribners,
                  January 1889 Issue, 13 Articles, 127pp
                  Castle Life in the Middle Ages by Edwin H. Blashfield and Evangeline W....
                25. Scribners,
                  February 1889 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  Walter Scott at Work by E.H. Woodruff
                26. Scribners,
                  March 1889 Issue, 12 Articles, 127pp
                  The Railway Mail Service by Thomas L. James, Ex-Postmaster-General
                27. Scribners,
                  April 1889 Issue, 14 Articles, 127pp
                  Climbing Mount St. Elias by William Williams
                28. Scribners,
                  May 1889 Issue, 14 Articles, 127pp
                  The Land of the Winanishe by Leroy Milton Yale and J.G. Aylwin Cre...
                29. Scribners,
                  June 1889 Issue, 16 Articles, 126pp
                  Electricity in the Service of Man by C.F. Brackett
                  An Introductory Paper
                30. Scribners,
                  July 1889 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  The Telegraph of To-Day by Charles L. Buckingham
                31. Scribners,
                  August 1889 Issue, 12 Articles, 127pp
                  Form in Lawn Tennis by James Dwight, M.D.
                32. Scribners,
                  September 1889 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  Alexandre Dumas by Andrew Lang
                33. Scribners,
                  October 1889 Issue, 14 Articles, 127pp
                  How I Crossed Masai-Land by Joseph Thomson
                34. Scribners,
                  November 1889 Issue, 12 Articles, 127pp
                  Where Emin Is by Col. H.G. Prout (Baroud Bey)
                35. Scribners,
                  December 1889 Issue, 12 Articles, 126pp
                  How the Other Half Lives by Jacob A. Riis
                  Studies Among the Tenements
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                1. A Story
                  Scribners
                  , August 1918, pp. 197-208 - PDF
                2. Scribners
                  , November 1928, pp. 539-552 - PDF
                3. Scribners
                  , January 1912, pp. 1-16 - PDF
                4. Scribners
                  , December 1908, pp. 656-668 - PDF
                5. Scribners
                  , January 1930, pp. 64-74 - PDF
                6. Last Rebecca Story
                  Scribners
                  , March 1907, pp. 304-313 - PDF
                7. Scribners
                  , July 1902, pp. 36-49 - PDF
                8. Scribners
                  , June 1909, pp. 752-760 - PDF
                9. Scribners
                  , February 1891, pp. 177-194 - PDF
                10. A Palace at Twenty Cents a Night
                  Scribners
                  , July 1896, p. 129 - PDF
                11. Knell of the Theatre Hat
                  Scribners
                  , July 1896, p. 130 - PDF
                12. Secret of the Bicycle
                  Scribners
                  , July 1896, pp. 131-133 - PDF
                13. A Flying-Machine that Flew
                  Scribners
                  , August 1896, p. 261 - PDF
                14. Mr. Corbin as a Game Preserveer
                  Scribners
                  , August 1896, p. 262 - PDF
                15. Birds, Bonnets, and the Audubon Society
                  Scribners
                  , August 1896, pp. 263-264 - PDF
                16. Are We to Have the Metric System
                  Scribners
                  , September 1896, p. 391 - PDF
                17. Three Hundred Summer Schools
                  Scribners
                  , September 1896, p. 392 - PDF
                18. Lord Kelvin's Jubilee
                  Scribners
                  , September 1896, pp. 393-395 - PDF
                19. Japan's Great Catastrophe
                  Scribners
                  , October 1896, p. 521 - PDF
                20. Studying Our Earthquakes
                  Scribners
                  , October 1896, p. 522 - PDF