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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
              1. [+] Issues of 1930
                = 12 Issues, 262 Articles
                1. [+] Issues of 1931
                  = 12 Issues, 212 Articles
                  1. [+] Issues of 1932
                    = 12 Issues, 224 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of 1933
                      = 12 Issues, 185 Articles
                      1. [+] Issues of 1934
                        = 12 Issues, 299 Articles
                        1. [+] Issues of 1935
                          = 12 Issues, 199 Articles
                          1. [+] Issues of 1936
                            = 12 Issues, 249 Articles
                            1. [–] Issues of 1937
                              = 12 Issues, 292 Articles
                              1. [–] January 1937 Issue
                                = 39 Articles
                                1. Foot-Hills of Cuba by George Biddle and Jane Belo, pp. 4-9 - PDF
                                2. Paddle-Wheels Across the Atlantic, pp. 10-11 - PDF
                                3. The Lone Female Traveler, pp. 12-13 - PDF
                                4. Straws in the Wind, pp. 14-18 - PDF
                                5. Fifty Years of Scribner's Magazine by Frederick Lewis Allen, pp. 19-22 - PDF
                                6. The Four Editors of Scribner's Magazine by B.J. Rosenmeyer, pp. 23-24 - PDF
                                7. A Drift from Redwood Camp by Bret Harte, pp. 25-28 - PDF
                                8. Negro Types by E.W. Kemble, pp. 29-31 - PDF
                                9. 1890---A Pastoral Without Words by Howard Pyle, pp. 32-33 - PDF
                                10. Contemporary American Caricature by John Ames Mitchell, pp. 34-39 - PDF
                                11. Thomas Jefferson in Undress by Paul Leicester Ford, pp. 40-43 - PDF
                                12. Galway Fishermen by Frank Brangwyn, p. 44 - PDF
                                13. The Open Boat by Stephen Crane, pp. 45-48 - PDF
                                14. Fishermen of the Maine Coast by Sidney M. Chase, pp. 49-53 - PDF
                                15. The Debutante by Charles Dana Gibson, p. 54 - PDF
                                16. Xingu by Edith Wharton, pp. 55-57 - PDF
                                17. A Bookstore Romance by Harrison Fisher, pp. 58-60 - PDF
                                18. Boarding School by Jessie Willcox Smith, pp. 61-64 - PDF
                                19. Scribner's Presents: Illustrations in Color, pp. 65-80 - PDF
                                20. Quality by John Galsworthy, pp. 81-82 - PDF
                                21. The Killers by Ernest Hemingway, pp. 83-86 - PDF
                                22. Illustration for "The Nippon Garden" by Franklin Booth, p. 87 - PDF
                                23. Life in the United States---As It Used To Be by J. Conacher, p. 88 - PDF
                                24. The 1880's: How the Other Half Lives by Jacob A. Riis, pp. 89-91 - PDF
                                25. The 1890's: The Rocking-Chair Period of the War by Richard Harding Davis, pp. 92-94 - PDF
                                26. Bicycle Fashions---1905, p. 95 - PDF
                                27. The 1900's: In the Louisiana Canebrakes by Theodore Roosevelt, pp. 96-97 - PDF
                                28. Vacation Fun in 1960 by James Montgomery Flagg, p. 98 - PDF
                                29. The 19010's%C Rural America in War-Time by Theodore Dreiser, pp. 99-102 - PDF
                                30. The 1920's: An Ex-Hobo Looks at America by Jim Tully, p. 103 - PDF
                                31. The American Flapper---1927 by Gene McNerney, p. 104 - PDF
                                32. The 1930's: Farmers' Holiday by Josephine Herbst, pp. 105-107 - PDF
                                33. Magazine Into Marketplace by Earnest Elmo Calkins, pp. 108-116 - PDF
                                34. Oriental Dance by W.T. Benda, p. 117 - PDF
                                35. The Scribner Quiz, pp. 118-125 - PDF
                                36. [+] Books: Eastman's Laughter...Cather's Vanished Day by John Chamberlain, pp. 126-128 - PDF
                                  - 2 Reviews
                                  1. The Enjoyment of Laughter by Max Eastman
                                  2. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
                                37. Book Notes by Katherine Gauss Jackson, pp. 129-135 - PDF
                                  1. The Enjoyment of Laughter by Max Eastman
                                  2. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
                                38. The Wizardry of Light and Sound by Richard Gilbert, pp. 136-139 - PDF
                                  1. The Enjoyment of Laughter by Max Eastman
                                  2. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
                                39. When Broadway Was the Avenue by Katherine Kent, pp. 140-145 - PDF
                                  1. The Enjoyment of Laughter by Max Eastman
                                  2. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
                              2. [+] February 1937 Issue
                                = 21 Articles
                                1. [+] March 1937 Issue
                                  = 19 Articles
                                  1. [+] April 1937 Issue
                                    = 16 Articles
                                    1. [+] May 1937 Issue
                                      = 27 Articles
                                      1. [+] June 1937 Issue
                                        = 24 Articles
                                        1. [+] July 1937 Issue
                                          = 23 Articles
                                          1. [+] August 1937 Issue
                                            = 21 Articles
                                            1. [+] September 1937 Issue
                                              = 26 Articles
                                              1. [+] October 1937 Issue
                                                = 25 Articles
                                                1. [+] November 1937 Issue
                                                  = 24 Articles
                                                  1. [+] December 1937 Issue
                                                    = 27 Articles
                                                  2. [+] Issues of 1938
                                                    = 12 Issues, 275 Articles
                                                    1. [+] Issues of 1939
                                                      = 5 Issues, 90 Articles
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