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