November 18th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 47

  • American Landmarks Jacket, “The Old Missions of the South West” (exact location not stated)
  • P and G – The White Naphtha Soap, “Egg Beater or Fork?” Full Page Ad
  • Holbrook, “Johnny”, by Edwin Cole, drawn by Lee Townsend
  • The Barrel Trap, by E.E. Harriman, drawings by F. Strothmann
  • The Little Heaven, by John H. Finley, painting by Tompkins Harrison Matteson
  • “Thriends”, by Gardner Hunting, drawn by George Avison
  • A Night in the Ark, by Roe L. Hendrick, drawn by G.A. Harker
  • The Inefficiency of Ellen, by Winifred Kirkland, drawings by May Aiken
  • Torpedoed Without Warning, Ch. 1, The lifeboats are launched, by Paul Telford Platt, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The International Court, The Possibilites of Oil Shale, Thanksgiving, The St. Lawrence Project, Disagreements, New European Alliances
  • Current Events
  • The Last Hunt, by Gertrude West
  • The Kingmakers, Giving Cynthia Good Times, Tsung’s Strange Weapon, The Battle of the Mothers, Our Grandmothers’ Pie Wheels, The “Monkey’s” Gibe, Prophetic Archaeology, The Origin of “Two Bits”, Just Where He Had Left It, Rescued — In What Condition?
  • The Cruise of The Mary Lou, by Nancy Byrd Turner, drawn by Gluyas Williams
  • Paper Magic, by Margaret Ely Webb
  • Whistlebreeches, by Strickland Gillilan, drawn by Mary T. Ayer
  • The Foolish Young Mouse
  • A Forest Combat, A War – The Medical Board
  • Stamps to Stick
  • What They Did Not Know About Crape, Preserving Eggs Without Water Glass, Old-Fashioned Armor, Caw! Caw! Caw! Caw!, Historic Libels, As Meek As a Lion Cub
  • Eye Symptoms of General Diseases, Changing Fashions, A Wise German, Not the Seven-Hour Season, The Confidence of Two Robins, A Metaphorical Orgy, Clever Johnny
  • “Skookum Apples Make Skookum Smiles”, Full Page Ad, Northwestern Fruit Exchange, Seattle, Wash. [Ed: Um, OK…]
  • “The Great American Daily”, Full Page Ad, Cream of Wheat

December 3rd, 1914 – New England Edition

I’ve added another issue, December 3rd, 1914’s New England Edition. To be perfectly honest I’m not sure what differentiates the NE Edition from the “Standard” edition yet, other than the inside back page has a section entitle “New England and Other Matters.” When I get some issues from the same date I might be able to make a better judgement.

Works in this issue include:

  • Ammon’s Long Whip by C.H. Claudy
  • Old Plantation Days by Archibald Rutledge
  • The Art of Conversation by Mrs. Burton Harrison
  • The “Torpedo” Girl by Gardner Hunting (Chapter 5 of 5)
  • Under the “Spouter” by Fisher Ames Jr.
  • A column on “The European War,” namely World War I.
  • A timely piece called “How to Keep Resolutions
  • A great Campbell’s Tomato Soup ad, “Under the Love-Apple Tree

November 19th, 1914, New England Edition, Vol. 88, No. 47

  • “The Week Before Thanksgiving” Photo Cover
  • New England and Other Matters, Why Salute?, A Man-Made River
  • The “Torpedo” Girl, Ch. 3, by Gardner Hunting, drawn by Chase Emerson
  • The Wild Dog of Caucomgomoc, by Charles Boardman Hawes, drawn by Charles Livingston Bull
  • Lights on Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, by Wayne Whipple, drawings by Franklin T. Wood
  • Isabel’s Sane Christmas, by Mary M. Parks, drawings by W.F. Stecher
  • White Tiger, Ch.9, by Henry Milner Rideout, drawn by George Varian
  • Fact and Comment, The German Ideal, Investors, Managers, and Employees, The War Children’s Christmas, Private Property at Sea, The Question of Farming VIII. People’s Banks
  • Current Events, The European War
  • A Prayer, by Marion Francis Brown
  • ‘Neath Cottage Thatch, by Martha Haskell Clark
  • Meeting the Battle, The Blue Gingham Apron, Boy Scouts in France, The Nantucket Quakers, The Oldest American Flag, Making Christmas-Tree Ornaments, A Maddened Jaguar, The Queen’s Voice, As Others See Us, Perpetual Motion
  • Christmas Gifts, and How to Make Them
  • Favors and Sweetmeats That a Little Girl Can Make For Her Party
  • Multiple Sclerosis, The Brook Lot, Professor Henry and the Airship, The Land of Honest Men, The Way to Boston
  • Finding a Shelter, by Frank K. Rich
  • Nature & Science, “Will there be a Victrola in your home this Christmas?”
  • A Green Mountain Amazon, by M.E. Baker