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Year 1927 Archives
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  • Total Archives: 1,222 Items - 117 Poems, 26 Books, 4 Chapters, 747 Articles, 328 Reviews
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    1. [+]
      (Review)
      Artist and Child
      1. Funnybone Alley by Alfred Kreymborg
      The Saturday Review
      , October 15, 1927, p. 212 - PDF
    2. [+]
      (Review)
      The Return of Don Quixote, by G.K. Chesterton
      1. The Return of Don Quixote by G.K. Chesterton
      The Saturday Review
      , July 30, 1927, p. 6 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (Review)
      Red Flag, by Lola Ridge
      1. Red Flag by Lola Ridge
      The Saturday Review
      , December 31, 1927, p. 483 - PDF
    4. The Book Table 
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      (22 Reviews)
      Tristram, by Edwin Arlington Robinson
      1. Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson
      2. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      3. The Radiant Tree by Marguerite Wilkinson
      4. Cliff Dwellings, and Other Poems by Glenn Ward Dresbach
      5. High Passage by Thomas Hornsby Ferril
      6. Selected Lyrics by Amelia Josephine Burr
      7. Laughter of Omnipotence by J.H. Wallis
      8. The Guilty Sun by James Daly
      9. Songs from the Heart of a Boy by Jesse L. Lasky, Jr.
      10. Little Pictures by Ruth Victoria Inglis
      11. Threads by Dorothy Quick
      12. Gray Songs by Mercy Baldwin
      13. Green Acres by Vivian Yeiser Laramore
      14. Wind-Tossed Leaves by Victor Zorin
      15. Star Gatherer by Jamie Sexton Holme
      16. Late Adventure by Lena Hall
      17. Poppies and Mandragora by Edgar E. Saltus
      18. The Test of the Sky by Dora Read Goodale
      19. Viareggio, and Other Poems by Max de Schauensee
      20. Flickering Candlelight by Mary Edgar Comstock
      21. Ignis Ardens by Merle St. Croix Wright
      22. Selected Poems on Woodrow Wilson by C.B. McAllister
      The Outlook
      , June 1, 1927, pp. 158-161 - PDF
    5. (Verse)
      1. Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson
      2. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      3. The Radiant Tree by Marguerite Wilkinson
      4. Cliff Dwellings, and Other Poems by Glenn Ward Dresbach
      5. High Passage by Thomas Hornsby Ferril
      6. Selected Lyrics by Amelia Josephine Burr
      7. Laughter of Omnipotence by J.H. Wallis
      8. The Guilty Sun by James Daly
      9. Songs from the Heart of a Boy by Jesse L. Lasky, Jr.
      10. Little Pictures by Ruth Victoria Inglis
      11. Threads by Dorothy Quick
      12. Gray Songs by Mercy Baldwin
      13. Green Acres by Vivian Yeiser Laramore
      14. Wind-Tossed Leaves by Victor Zorin
      15. Star Gatherer by Jamie Sexton Holme
      16. Late Adventure by Lena Hall
      17. Poppies and Mandragora by Edgar E. Saltus
      18. The Test of the Sky by Dora Read Goodale
      19. Viareggio, and Other Poems by Max de Schauensee
      20. Flickering Candlelight by Mary Edgar Comstock
      21. Ignis Ardens by Merle St. Croix Wright
      22. Selected Poems on Woodrow Wilson by C.B. McAllister
      The Saturday Review
      , December 3, 1927, p. 394 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (Review)
      The Honorable Picnic, by Thomas Raucat
      1. The Honorable Picnic by Thomas Raucat
      The Saturday Review
      , July 16, 1927, p. 974 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Collected Poems, by John G. Neihardt
      1. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      2. Indian Tales and Others by John G. Neihardt
      The Saturday Review
      , August 13, 1927, p. 38 - PDF
    8. (Verse)
      1. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      2. Indian Tales and Others by John G. Neihardt
      (1927) by Jessie B. Rittenhouse, p. 96 - PDF
    9. Man Possessed (1927) by William Rose Benet
      Being the Selected Poems of William Rose Benet
      3 Reviews, 1 Readable
      1. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      2. Indian Tales and Others by John G. Neihardt
      The Saturday Review
      , November 5, 1927, p. 277 - PDF
      1. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      2. Indian Tales and Others by John G. Neihardt
      The Saturday Review
      , November 19, 1927, p. 321 - PDF
      1. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      2. Indian Tales and Others by John G. Neihardt
      The Saturday Review
      , December 3, 1927, p. 373 - PDF
      1. Collected Poems by John G. Neihardt
      2. Indian Tales and Others by John G. Neihardt
      The Saturday Review
      , December 24, 1927, p. 469 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Life and Times of Martha Hepplethwaite, by Frank Sullivan
      1. The Life and Times of Martha Hepplethwaite by Frank Sullivan
      2. The Story of a Wonder Man by Ring W. Lardner
      3. The Early Worm by Robert Benchley
      The Saturday Review
      , May 14, 1927, p. 818 - PDF
    11. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Sons of the Eagle, by George Creel
      1. Sons of the Eagle by George Creel
      2. Caspar Collins by Agnes Wright Spring
      3. Riata and Spurs by Charles A. Siringo
      4. Wild Bill Hickock by Frank J. Wilstach
      5. Trigger Fingers by Owen P. White
      6. Annie Oakley by Cooper Courtney Ryley
      The Saturday Review
      , August 27, 1927, pp. 69-70 - PDF
    12. (Verse)
      1. Sons of the Eagle by George Creel
      2. Caspar Collins by Agnes Wright Spring
      3. Riata and Spurs by Charles A. Siringo
      4. Wild Bill Hickock by Frank J. Wilstach
      5. Trigger Fingers by Owen P. White
      6. Annie Oakley by Cooper Courtney Ryley
      (1927) by Jessie B. Rittenhouse, pp. 277-278 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (Review)
      The Bellamy Trial, by Frances Noyes Hart
      1. The Bellamy Trial by Frances Noyes Hart
      The Saturday Review
      , December 10, 1927, p. 428 - PDF
    14. (Verse)
      1. The Bellamy Trial by Frances Noyes Hart
      The Saturday Review
      , April 2, 1927, p. 694 - PDF
    15. [+]
      (Review)
      The House of Lost Identity, by Donald Corley
      1. The House of Lost Identity by Donald Corley
      The Saturday Review
      , July 23, 1927, p. 992 - PDF
    16. (Verse)
      1. The House of Lost Identity by Donald Corley
      (1927) by Jessie B. Rittenhouse, pp. 134-137 - PDF