December 2nd, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 49

  • Circumstances, by Sally Campbell, drawings by A.O. Scott
  • A Modern Don Quixote, by Charles A. Hoyt, drawings by F. Strothmann
  • Arithmetic: Historic and Prehistoric, by D.N. Lehmer, Professor of Mathematics, University of California
  • Unto This Mountain, by Marianne Gauss, drawn by W.F. Stecher
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 3, The painter breaks, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The Republican Opportunity, The Chances of the Treaty, The Renewal of Beauty, The Coal Strike Settlement, The Victorious Esperanto, The Unknown Dead
  • The Blacksmith Furnace, Charlotte’s Second Wind, The Challenge, The Mystery Towers of Spithead, Mr. Peaslee as a Fireman, The Cleansing of the Things-Kept-Put-Away, A Tusker Gone Mad!, They Are Not Wearing Them So Much
  • The Jolly Jellyfish, by Pauline Frances Camp, drawings by Gluyas Williams
  • Good Morning and Good-By, by Nancy Byrd Turner, drawn by Elisabeth B. Warren
  • Bobsleds, by Daisy D. Stephenson
  • Tea Time, by Grace Noll Crowell
  • A Disrespectful Dog, A Globe-Trotting Turtle, Answer This
  • Hide and Peep, by Harriette Wilbur, drawn by Walt Harris
  • An “Honest” Smuggler, Washington’s Account Book
  • Nature & Science
  • Jenny’s Ingenuity, The First Kimberley Diamond
  • Nuts to Crack
  • Cyclic Vomiting [Ed: WTF?!], Ashamed, And Then He Added Them Up, Commonplace Children of Geniuses, Why Birds Are Not Electrocuted, Trying Out Chaucer
  • Full Page Ad: Parker “Lucky-Curve” Safety-Sealed Fountain Pens

July 1st, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 27

  • Marcia’s Party Dress by F. Cameron
  • Three is a Crowd by Charles A. Hoyt
  • Working Your Way Through College by Frederick Paul Keppel (pt. 1 of 2)
  • Sons of Liberty by Theodore Goodridge Roberts (Ch. 10)
  • Nothing’s Impossible by Malcom E. Moran
  • a note about “The Prohibition Amendment”
  • Lots of great old ads!