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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
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              = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 2,205 Articles
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                1. Scribners,
                  January 1900 Issue, 13 Articles, 127pp
                  Oliver Cromwell by Theodore Roosevelt
                  I. The Times and the Man
                2. Scribners,
                  February 1900 Issue, 13 Articles, 129pp
                  Oliver Cromwell by Theodore Roosevelt
                  II. The Long Parliament and the Civil War
                3. Scribners,
                  March 1900 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  The Boer War by H.J. Whigham
                  II. The Fighting with Methuen's Division---Belmont, Gras Pan, Modder River
                4. Scribners,
                  April 1900 Issue, 12 Articles, 127pp
                  The Charm of Paris by Ida M. Tarbell
                5. Scribners,
                  May 1900 Issue, 16 Articles, 127pp
                  Some Picturesque Sides of the Exhibition by E.C. Peixotto
                  An Artist's Impressions
                6. Scribners,
                  June 1900 Issue, 18 Articles, 126pp
                  How a President Is Elected by A. Maurice Low
                7. Scribners,
                  July 1900 Issue, 13 Articles, 128pp
                  The Slave-Trade in America by John R. Spears
                  I. The Gathering of the Slaves
                8. Scribners,
                  August 1900 Issue, 21 Articles, 128pp
                  Tito--The Story of the Coyote That Learned How by Ernest Seton-Thompson
                9. Scribners,
                  September 1900 Issue, 13 Articles, 127pp
                  In the Gameland Our Fathers Lost by Frederic Irland
                10. Scribners,
                  October 1900 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  Russia of To-day by Henry Norman
                  I. The Two Capitals
                11. Scribners,
                  November 1900 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  Russia of To-day by Henry Norman
                  II. The Great Siberian Railway
                12. Scribners,
                  December 1900 Issue, 16 Articles, 128pp
                13. Scribners,
                  July 1901 Issue, 17 Articles, 127pp
                  A Tour in Sicily by Rufus B. Richardson
                14. Scribners,
                  August 1901 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  A Derelict by Richard Harding Davis
                15. Scribners,
                  September 1901 Issue, 18 Articles, 127pp
                  The Poor in Summer by Robert Alston Stevenson
                16. Scribners,
                  October 1901 Issue, 14 Articles, 126pp
                  A Horse-Fair Pilgrimage by E.S. Nadal
                17. Scribners,
                  November 1901 Issue, 13 Articles, 129pp
                  Among the Dunkers by Nelson Lloyd
                18. Scribners,
                  December 1901 Issue, 15 Articles, 128pp
                  American Portraiture of Children by Harrison S. Morris
                19. Scribners,
                  January 1902 Issue, 20 Articles, 127pp
                  The American "Commercial Invasion" of Europe by Frank A. Vanderlip
                20. Scribners,
                  February 1902 Issue, 14 Articles, 129pp
                  Washington, a City of Pictures by Francis E. Leupp
                21. Scribners,
                  March 1902 Issue, 16 Articles, 127pp
                  The Heart of England by John Corbin
                22. Scribners,
                  April 1902 Issue, 13 Articles, 131pp
                  The Gloucester Fisherman by James B. Connolly
                  Night Seining and Winter Trawling
                23. Scribners,
                  May 1902 Issue, 19 Articles, 133pp
                  On a North Sea Smack by James B. Connolly
                24. Scribners,
                  June 1902 Issue, 14 Articles, 126pp
                  The new Agriculture by W.S. Harwood
                  Remarkable Results from Experiment Station Work
                25. Scribners,
                  July 1902 Issue, 13 Articles, 131pp
                  In an Old French Garden by Will H. Low
                26. Scribners,
                  August 1902 Issue, 18 Articles, 135pp
                  "Wireless" by Rudyard Kipling
                27. Scribners,
                  September 1902 Issue, 14 Articles, 127pp
                  Prix de Rome Students at the Villa Medici by Louis Edouard Fournier
                28. Scribners,
                  October 1902 Issue, 16 Articles, 129pp
                  A Little Brother of the Books by Josephine Dodge Daskam
                29. Scribners,
                  November 1902 Issue, 13 Articles, 137pp
                  In the Paths of Immigration by James B. Connolly
                30. Scribners,
                  December 1902 Issue, 15 Articles, 128pp
                  The Gentle Art of Bull-Fighting by Richard Harding Davis
                31. Scribners,
                  January 1903 Issue, 16 Articles, 127pp
                  The Old Route to Orleans by Willis Gibson
                  The Mississippi
                32. Scribners,
                  February 1903 Issue, 20 Articles, 127pp
                  Picturesque Milan by Edith Wharton
                33. Scribners,
                  March 1903 Issue, 15 Articles, 127pp
                  The Twentieth Century City by John Corbin
                34. Scribners,
                  April 1903 Issue, 16 Articles, 129pp
                  Below the Water-Line by Benjamin Brooks
                35. Scribners,
                  May 1903 Issue, 18 Articles, 127pp
                  My First Command and the Outbreak of the War by Gen. John B. Gordon
                36. Scribners,
                  June 1903 Issue, 17 Articles, 126pp
                  A New Playground in the New World by Edward Whymper
                37. Scribners,
                  July 1903 Issue, 16 Articles, 129pp
                38. Scribners,
                  August 1903 Issue, 16 Articles, 133pp
                  The County Fair by Nelson Lloyd
                39. Scribners,
                  September 1903 Issue, 16 Articles, 127pp
                  The Wyoming Game Stronghold by Frederic Irland
                40. Scribners,
                  October 1903 Issue, 16 Articles, 127pp
                  The Wastes of a Great City by John McGraw Woodbury
                41. Scribners,
                  November 1903 Issue, 17 Articles, 127pp
                  John S. Sargent by Royal Cortissoz
                42. Scribners,
                  December 1903 Issue, 18 Articles, 126pp
                  A Venetian Night's Entertainment by Edith Wharton
                43. Scribners,
                  January 1904 Issue, 15 Articles, 129pp
                  A New Valley of Wonders by F.S. Dellenbaugh
                44. Scribners,
                  February 1904 Issue, 17 Articles, 127pp
                  Some Gardens in Spain by Helena Rutherfurd Ely
                45. Scribners,
                  March 1904 Issue, 15 Articles, 133pp
                  The Search for the Western Sea by Agnes C. Laut
                46. Scribners,
                  April 1904 Issue, 15 Articles, 132pp
                  The Architecture of the St. Louis Fair by Montgomery Schuyler
                47. Scribners,
                  May 1904 Issue, 14 Articles, 137pp
                  The Yellowstone National Park by Arnold Hague
                48. Scribners,
                  June 1904 Issue, 17 Articles, 134pp
                  The Trout of the Nepisiguit by Frederic Irland
                49. Scribners,
                  July 1904 Issue, 19 Articles, 129pp
                  Journeying With Harvesters by Charles Moreau Harger
                50. Scribners,
                  August 1904 Issue, 20 Articles, 128pp
                  They by Rudyard
                51. Scribners,
                  September 1904 Issue, 19 Articles, 132pp
                  An Old Battlefield of the Nations by Lewis Gaston Leary
                52. Scribners,
                  October 1904 Issue, 18 Articles, 132pp
                  The Moulders by Benjamin Brooks
                53. Scribners,
                  November 1904 Issue, 15 Articles, 131pp
                  Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made Of by John Corbin
                54. Scribners,
                  December 1904 Issue, 19 Articles, 129pp
                  Christmas in the Valois by Mary King Waddington
                55. Scribners,
                  January 1905 Issue, 15 Articles, 129pp
                  Political Problems of Europe as They Interest Americans, I by Frank A. Vanderlip
                56. Scribners,
                  February 1905 Issue, 17 Articles, 129pp
                  The Lights and the Stars of Broadway by John Corbin
                57. Scribners,
                  March 1905 Issue, 18 Articles, 129pp
                  Portraits of Indian Types by George Bird Grinnell
                58. Scribners,
                  April 1905 Issue, 16 Articles, 141pp
                  Kits and Outfits by Richard Harding Davis
                59. Scribners,
                  May 1905 Issue, 19 Articles, 94pp
                  The Marble Mountains by Edwin B. Child
                60. Scribners,
                  June 1905 Issue, 19 Articles, 130pp
                  Truegate of Mogador by Sewell Ford
                61. Scribners,
                  July 1905 Issue, 15 Articles, 131pp
                  A Victory Unforeseen by Ralph D. Paine
                  A Harvard-Yale boat-race story
                62. Scribners,
                  August 1905 Issue, 16 Articles, 135pp
                  The Emblem of Home by Eleanor Stuart
                63. Scribners,
                  September 1905 Issue, 16 Articles, 129pp
                  Heads and Horns by W.T. Hornaday
                64. Scribners,
                  October 1905 Issue, 13 Articles, 129pp
                  A Colorado Bear Hunt by Theodore Roosevelt
                65. Scribners,
                  November 1905 Issue, 16 Articles, 132pp
                  A Wolf Hunt In Oklahoma by Theodore Roosevelt
                66. Scribners,
                  December 1905 Issue, 19 Articles, 128pp
                  The Down of a To-Morrow by Frances Hodgson Burnett
                67. Scribners,
                  January 1906 Issue, 14 Articles, 132pp
                  Philippa's Nervous Prostration by Kate Douglas Wiggin
                  A Study in Nobleness
                68. Scribners,
                  February 1906 Issue, 16 Articles, 131pp
                  Joseph Jefferson at Work and Play by Francis Wilson
                69. Scribners,
                  March 1906 Issue, 14 Articles, 137pp
                  The Flowing Road by Henry Norman, M.P.
                  A Record of the Perfect Holiday of an Automobile Journey of 1300 Miles
                70. Scribners,
                  April 1906 Issue, 16 Articles, 133pp
                  The Pan-American Railway by Charles M. Pepper
                71. Scribners,
                  May 1906 Issue, 15 Articles, 131pp
                  Vanishing Indian Types by E.S. Curtis
                  The Tribes of the Southwest
                72. Scribners,
                  June 1906 Issue, 18 Articles, 130pp
                  The Larger Training of the American Army by Capt. T. Bentley Mott, U.S.A.
                73. Scribners,
                  July 1906 Issue, 16 Articles, 129pp
                  Impressions of Dalmatia by Ernest C. Peixotto
                74. Scribners,
                  August 1906 Issue, 18 Articles, 133pp
                  Jack-O'-Lantern by Kate Douglas Wiggin
                  A Rebecca Story
                75. Scribners,
                  September 1906 Issue, 16 Articles, 135pp
                  A Knight of the Cumberland by John Fox, Jr.
                76. Scribners,
                  October 1906 Issue, 19 Articles, 129pp
                  The American Bison or Buffalo by Ernest Thompson Seton
                77. Scribners,
                  November 1906 Issue, 17 Articles, 133pp
                  Russia's Greatest Painter---Ilia Repin by Christian Brinton
                78. Scribners,
                  December 1906 Issue, 19 Articles, 167pp
                  The State O' Maine Girl by Kate Douglas Wiggin
                  Fourth Rebecca Story
                79. Scribners,
                  January 1907 Issue, 20 Articles, 132pp
                  A Holiday in a Vacation by Henry van Dyke
                  (The first paper in "Days Off")
                80. Scribners,
                  February 1907 Issue, 17 Articles, 131pp
                  A Goth by Thomas Nelson Page
                81. Scribners,
                  March 1907 Issue, 19 Articles, 129pp
                  Down the Seine in a Motor-Boat by Ernest C. Peixotto
                82. Scribners,
                  April 1907 Issue, 22 Articles, 130pp
                  The Cathedral of St. John the Divine by C. Grant La Farge
                83. Scribners,
                  May 1907 Issue, 17 Articles, 131pp
                  The Sea Voyage of a Dry-Dock by William J. Aylward
                  An Acocunt of the "Dewey's" Trip to the Philippines
                84. Scribners,
                  June 1907 Issue, 19 Articles, 130pp
                  The Man in the High-Water Boots by F. Hopkinson Smith
                85. Scribners,
                  July 1907 Issue, 21 Articles, 130pp
                86. Scribners,
                  August 1907 Issue, 17 Articles, 129pp
                  Some Remarks on Gulls: With a Footnote on a Fish by Henry van Dyke
                  Fifth aper in "Days Off"
                87. Scribners,
                  September 1907 Issue, 19 Articles, 133pp
                  Siena by Arthur Symons
                88. Scribners,
                  October 1907 Issue, 15 Articles, 129pp
                  Small Country Neighbors by Theodore Roosevelt
                89. Scribners,
                  November 1907 Issue, 19 Articles, 132pp
                  The Spanish Galleon and Pieces--of-Eight by John C. Fitzpatrick
                90. Scribners,
                  December 1907 Issue, 23 Articles, 128pp
                  The Part of Caesar by Arthur Stanwood Pier
                91. Scribners,
                  January 1908 Issue, 18 Articles, 101pp
                  The West in the Orient by Charles M. Pepper
                  I---Irrigation: An Old Force Newly Applied
                92. Scribners,
                  February 1908 Issue, 19 Articles, 129pp
                  For the Honor of the Balloon Corps by Frederick Palmer
                93. Scribners,
                  March 1908 Issue, 18 Articles, 129pp
                  Across the Cordilleras in Winter by Arthur Ruhl
                94. Scribners,
                  April 1908 Issue, 19 Articles, 131pp
                  How They Rammed the Derelict by W.J. Aylward
                95. Scribners,
                  May 1908 Issue, 14 Articles, 131pp
                  The Charm of Mountain Climbing by William Williams
                96. Scribners,
                  June 1908 Issue, 14 Articles, 129pp
                  The Measure of Content by Sidney M. Chase
                97. Scribners,
                  July 1908 Issue, 18 Articles, 131pp
                  Diversions in Picturesque Game-Lands by William T. Hornaday
                  I. Grand Bad-Lands and Mule-Deer
                98. Scribners,
                  August 1908 Issue, 14 Articles, 131pp
                  The House of Rimmon by Henry van Dyke
                  A Drama in Four Acts
                99. Scribners,
                  September 1908 Issue, 14 Articles, 131pp
                  The Contracting Engineer by Benjamin Brooks
                100. Scribners,
                  October 1908 Issue, 12 Articles, 129pp
                  Richard Mansfield by Paul Wilstach
                  II. The First Success
                101. Scribners,
                  November 1908 Issue, 23 Articles, 138pp
                102. Scribners,
                  December 1908 Issue, 19 Articles, 128pp
                  Robert Burns's Country, the Heart of Ayrshire by George McLean Harper
                103. Scribners,
                  January 1909 Issue, 15 Articles, 131pp
                  The Ile St. Louis by Frances Wilson Huard
                104. Scribners,
                  February 1909 Issue, 17 Articles, 129pp
                  German Painting of To-Day by Christian Brinton
                105. Scribners,
                  March 1909 Issue, 21 Articles, 129pp
                  At Herrick's Home in Devon by Edna Bourne Holman
                106. Scribners,
                  April 1909 Issue, 15 Articles, 132pp
                  The Parthenon by Way of Papendrecht by F. Hopkinson Smith
                107. Scribners,
                  May 1909 Issue, 17 Articles, 127pp
                  The Great Public Schools of England by Everett T. Tomlinson
                108. Scribners,
                  June 1909 Issue, 19 Articles, 126pp
                  The Portraiture of Ingres by Frank Fowler
                109. Scribners,
                  July 1909 Issue, 19 Articles, 134pp
                  The Lobsterman's Island by Sidney M. Chase
                110. Scribners,
                  August 1909 Issue, 20 Articles, 132pp
                  Beckwith's Fairy by Maurice Hewlett
                111. Scribners,
                  September 1909 Issue, 20 Articles, 129pp
                  The Evolution of the Sky-Scraper by Montgomery Schuyler
                112. Scribners,
                  October 1909 Issue, 19 Articles, 129pp
                  African Game Trails: An Account of the African Wanderings of an American Hunter-Naturalist by Theodore Roosevelt
                  I. A Railroad Through the Pleistocene
                113. Scribners,
                  November 1909 Issue, 16 Articles, 129pp
                  African Game Trails: An Account of the African Wanderings of an American Hunter-Naturalist by Theodore Roosevelt
                  II. On an East African Ranch---Lion Hunting on the Kapita Plains
                114. Scribners,
                  December 1909 Issue, 22 Articles, 130pp
                  How Christmas Came Into England by James A.B. Scherer
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                1. Scribners
                  , December 1908, pp. 656-668 - PDF
                2. Last Rebecca Story
                  Scribners
                  , March 1907, pp. 304-313 - PDF
                3. Scribners
                  , July 1902, pp. 36-49 - PDF
                4. Scribners
                  , June 1909, pp. 752-760 - PDF
                5. Scribners
                  , November 1908, pp. 627-631 - PDF
                6. Scribners
                  , September 1905, pp. 350-360 - PDF
                7. Scribners
                  , March 1908, pp. 257-268 - PDF
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                  Scribners
                  , March 1906, p. 367 - PDF
                9. Scribners
                  , December 1906, pp. 715-729 - PDF
                10. Scribners
                  , November 1906, pp. 627-634 - PDF
                11. Scribners
                  , May 1905, pp. 587-596 - PDF
                12. I. A Railroad Through the Pleistocene
                  Scribners
                  , October 1909, pp. 385-406 - PDF
                13. II. On an East African Ranch---Lion Hunting on the Kapita Plains
                  Scribners
                  , November 1909, pp. 513-539 - PDF
                14. III. On Safari. Rhinos and Giraffes
                  Scribners
                  , December 1909, pp. 652-669 - PDF
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                  Scribners
                  , August 1901, p. 162 - PDF
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                  Scribners
                  , April 1904, p. 447 - PDF
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                  Scribners
                  , November 1900, pp. 560-561 - PDF
                18. Scribners
                  , May 1909, pp. 622-630 - PDF
                19. Scribners
                  , November 1906, pp. 583-587 - PDF
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                  Scribners
                  , August 1907, pp. 193-194 - PDF