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Straws in the Wind
, pp. 4-10 -
King Cotton Shares His Throne
by Marc A. Rose, pp. 11-16 -
The Switch Key
by Frederick Wight, pp. 17-21 -
The Paper Costume
by Richard Sullivan, pp. 22-26 -
Selling Scholarship Short
by John R. Tunis, pp. 27-30 -
Woodchuck in the Sun
by Fred Lape, p. 31 -
American Painters Series
by Winslow Homer, p. 32 -
No. 8, Negro Cabin and Palms
by Thomas Craven, pp. 33-40 -
Thomas Hart Benton
How Fine It Ought To Be
by Edward North Robinson, pp. 41-44 -
by Margaret Collins, pp. 45-48 -
by James Copp, pp. 49-54 -
Dance at Highland Park
Life in the United States
by Struthers Burt,, pp. 55-57 -
Tirade for Tourists
by Bergen Evans,, pp. 58-59 -
don herold examines
, pp. 60-62 -
The People and the Arts
Screen and Radio
by Gilbert Seldes, pp. 63-65 -
They Won't Forget, by Mervyn LeRoy, ...
by George Jean Nathan, pp. 66-69 -
by John Chamberlain, pp. 70-74 -
The Life and Death of a Spanish Town, by Elliot Paul, ...
by Katherine Gauss Jackson, pp. 75-76 -
Music and Records
by Richard Gilbert, pp. 77-79 -
The Scribner Quiz
by Irving D. Tressler, pp. 80-83 -
Hollywood With a Pinch of Salt
by Lucius Beebe, pp. 84-87 -
Winter Cruise Preview
by K.K., pp. 88-91 -
Wines, Spirits, and Good Living
by G. Selmer Fougner, pp. 92-97 -
New Luxury for Windows
by Katherine Kent, pp. 98-101 -
by Leo Aarons, -
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