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Sketches of Quebec
by Henry van Dyke, pp. 385-389 -
by John J. Chapman, pp. 390-391 -
by F.C. Yohn, pp. 392-398 -
A Series of Paintings
by William Beebe, pp. 399-409 -
U.S. General Hospital No. 9
by George McLean Harper, pp. 410-414 -
Consolidated United States Railways
by Francis Lynde, pp. 415-420 -
by Edwin C. Dickenson, pp. 421-432 -
The Value of Landscape Targets
by Captain J.R. Cornelius, C.E.F., pp. 433-439 -
by John Hall Wheelock, p. 440 -
Nationalism and International Justice
by Oscar S. Straus, pp. 441-442 -
The Rule of the Red Guard
by Meriel Buchanan, pp. 443-448 -
by Florence Wilkinson, p. 449 -
In the Day's Work
by Harriet Welles, pp. 450-458 -
Italy and the American Red Cross
by Alice McKay Kelly, pp. 459-473 -
Bill Green Puts Out to Sea
by James B. Connolly, pp. 474-481 -
by William Addleman Ganoe, Major U.S.A., pp. 482-490 -
A Runaway Woman
by Louis Dodge, pp. 491-505 -
The Point of View
A Problem or Two
, p. 506 -
The Joys of "Stock"
, pp. 507-508 -
The Field of Art
by Eliot Clark, pp. 509-533 -
The Hudson River School of Painters
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