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    1. (Verse)
      The Bookman
      , July 1926, p. 521 - PDF
    2. (Verse)
      The Bookman
      , November 1926, p. 291 - PDF
    3. (Verse)
      The Bookman
      , November 1926, p. 297 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan, by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , February 1926, pp. 724-725 - PDF
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , April 1926, pp. 186-193 - PDF
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , December 1926, pp. 473-478 - PDF
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , March 1926, pp. 11-18 - PDF
    5. (Verse)
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , February 1926, p. 696 - PDF
    6. (Verse)
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , May 1926, p. 280 - PDF
    7. (Verse)
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , December 1926, p. 484 - PDF
    8. (Verse)
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , August 1926, pp. 694-695 - PDF
    9. (Verse)
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , December 1926, pp. 390-391 - PDF
    10. (Verse)
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , December 1926, p. 437 - PDF
    11. (Verse)
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , November 1926, p. 309 - PDF
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , May 1926, pp. 291-296 - PDF
      1. Increase Mather: The Foremost American Puritan by Kenneth Ballard Murdock
      2. Sketches of Eighteenth-Century America by J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Hen...
      The Bookman
      , August 1926, pp. 630-635 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (66 Reviews)
      The World's Best Short Stories of 1925,
      1. The World's Best Short Stories of 1925
      2. The Swinging Caravan by Achmed Abdullah
      3. Dark Laughter by Sherwood Anderson
      4. Sashka Jigouleff by Leonid Andreyev
      5. The Green Hat by Michael Arlen
      6. The Crystal Cup by Gertrude Atherton
      7. Chains by Henri Barbusse
      8. Glorious Apollo by E. Barrington
      9. Drums by James Boyd
      10. Quest by Katharine Newlin Burt
      11. Krakatit: An Atomic Phantasy by Karel Capek
      12. The Professor's House by Willa Cather
      13. Young Experience by Robert Stuart Christie
      14. God Head by Leonard Cline
      15. Treading the Winepress by Ralph Connor
      16. Suspense by Joseph Conrad
      17. The Ancient Highway by James Oliver Curwood
      18. Friends of Mr. Sweeney by Elmer H. Davis
      19. Old Youth by Coningsby Dawson
      20. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
      21. The Smiths by Janet A. Fairbank
      22. No More Parades by Ford Madox Ford
      23. Caravan by John Galsworthy
      24. The Great World by A Gentleman With A Duster
      25. Soundings by A. Hamilton Gibbs
      26. Cling of the Clay by Milton Hayes
      27. Ariel Custer by Grace Livingston Hill
      28. The Eternal Circle by Jay William Hudson
      29. One Increasing Purpose by A.S.M. Hutchinson
      30. Gertrude Haviland's Divorce by Inez Haynes Irwin
      31. The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy
      32. Peter the Czar by Klabund
      33. The Road to Fortune by Frederic Arnold Kummer
      34. Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis
      35. Queer Judson by Joseph C. Lincoln
      36. The Great Pandolfo by William J. Locke
      37. Shelter by Charles Fielding Marsh
      38. Men Marooned by George Marsh
      39. Romeo in Moon Village by George Barr McCutcheon
      40. The Clio by L.H. Myers
      41. Little Ships by Kathleen Norris
      42. Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      43. Wild Geese by Martha Ostenso
      44. The Power and the Glory by Gilbert Parker
      45. The Perennial Bachelor by Anne Parrish
      46. Red Ashes by Margaret Pedler
      47. The Outcast by Luigi Pirandello
      48. The Hunter's Moon by Ernest Poole
      49. The Keeper of the Bees by Gene Stratton-Porter
      50. Gas-Drive In by E.J. Rath
      51. The Red Lamp by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      52. Fraulein Else by Arthur Schnitzler
      53. The Heart of Katie O'Doone by Leroy Scott
      54. Bred in the Bone, and Other Stories by Elsie Singmaster
      55. The Girl Who Cast Out Fear by Dorothy Speare
      56. Three Farms by Cynthia Stockley
      57. Women by Booth Tarkington
      58. Dancers in the Wind by Allan Updegraff
      59. Firecrackers by Carl Van Vechten
      60. The Portrait of a Man with Red Hair by Hugh Walpole
      61. Cousin Jane by Harry Leon Wilson
      62. Sam in the Suburbs by P.G. Wodehouse
      63. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
      64. Yellow Fingers by Gene Wright
      65. A Son of His Father by Harold Bell Wright
      66. Days of '49 by Gordon Young
      The Bookman
      , January 1926, pp. 598-600 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (45 Reviews)
      The Lord of Terror, by Marcel Allain
      1. The Lord of Terror by Marcel Allain
      2. The Landmark by James Lane Allen
      3. Dark Laughter by Sherwood Anderson
      4. Glorious Apollo by E. Barrington
      5. Rex by E.F. Benson
      6. Jericho Sands by Mary Borden
      7. Drums by James Boyd
      8. Possession by Louis Bromfield
      9. The Professor's House by Willa Cather
      10. Treading the Winepress by Ralph Connor
      11. Michael Scarlett by James Gould Cozzens
      12. The Ancient Highway by James Oliver Curwood
      13. Coombe St. Mary's by Maud Diver
      14. The Farthing Spinster by Catherine Dodd
      15. Manhattan Transfer by John Dos Passos
      16. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
      17. Caravan by John Galsworthy
      18. Soundings by A. Hamilton Gibbs
      19. The Unchanging Quest by Philip Gibbs
      20. One Increasing Purpose by A.S.M. Hutchinson
      21. The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy
      22. Matrix by Melvin P. Levy
      23. Queer Judson by Joseph C. Lincoln
      24. The Great Pandolfo by William J. Locke
      25. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos
      26. The Region Cloud by Percy Lubbock
      27. Thunder on the Left by Christopher Morley
      28. Little Ships by Kathleen Norris
      29. What a Man Wants by Howard Vincent O'Brien
      30. Wild Geese by Martha Ostenso
      31. The Power and the Glory by Gilbert Parker
      32. The Perennial Bachelor by Anne Parrish
      33. Red Ashes by Margaret Pedler
      34. The Keeper of the Bees by Gene Stratton-Porter
      35. The Red Lamp by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      36. The Odyssey of a Nice Girl by Ruth Suckow
      37. The Elder Sister by Frank Swinnerton
      38. Women by Booth Tarkington
      39. The Portrait of a Man with Red Hair by Hugh Walpole
      40. Cousin Jane by Harry Leon Wilson
      41. Folly by Clement Wood
      42. Bread and Circuses by W.E. Woodward
      43. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
      44. A Son of His Father by Harold Bell Wright
      45. Black Harvest by I.A.R. Wylie
      The Bookman
      , February 1926, pp. 709-710 - PDF
    14. [+]
      (43 Reviews)
      Dark Laughter, by Sherwood Anderson
      1. Dark Laughter by Sherwood Anderson
      2. Glorious Apollo by E. Barrington
      3. Black Thunder by B.M. Bower
      4. Drums by James Boyd
      5. The Professor's House by Willa Cather
      6. Musty Corn by Denny Culbert
      7. The Ancient Highway by James Oliver Curwood
      8. A Man Under Authority by Ethel M. Dell
      9. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
      10. Caravan by John Galsworthy
      11. Soundings by A. Hamilton Gibbs
      12. The Vanishing American by Zane Grey
      13. The Surry Family by Helen R. Hull
      14. Appassionata by Fannie Hurst
      15. One Increasing Purpose by A.S.M. Hutchinson
      16. Day Before Yesterday by Fred Jacob
      17. The High Forfeit by Basil King
      18. The Plumed Serpent by D.H. Lawrence
      19. Queer Judson by Joseph C. Lincoln
      20. The Juju-Man by Armstrong Livingston and Thomas H. Gr...
      21. The Canning Wonder by Arthur Machen
      22. Mote House Mystery by Archibald Marshall and Horace A. Vachell
      23. Fernande by W.B. Maxwell
      24. The Oldest God by Stephen McKenna
      25. Thunder on the Left by Christopher Morley
      26. We Must March by Honore Willsie Morrow
      27. Little Ships by Kathleen Norris
      28. Wild Geese by Martha Ostenso
      29. The Black Joker by Isabel Ostrander
      30. The Power and the Glory by Gilbert Parker
      31. The Perennial Bachelor by Anne Parrish
      32. Firefly by Diana Patrick
      33. The Keeper of the Bees by Gene Stratton-Porter
      34. The Red Lamp by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      35. The Elder Sister by Frank Swinnerton
      36. Women by Booth Tarkington
      37. The Portrait of a Man with Red Hair by Hugh Walpole
      38. Black Valley by Raymond M. Weaver
      39. Christina Alberta's Father by H.G. Wells
      40. Verdi by Franz Werfel
      41. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
      42. A Son of His Father by Harold Bell Wright
      43. The Dark Tower by Francis Brett Young
      The Bookman
      , March 1926, pp. 84-85 - PDF
    15. [+]
      (73 Reviews)
      Triumph, by Leonie Aminoff
      1. Triumph by Leonie Aminoff
      2. Dark Laughter by Sherwood Anderson
      3. The Man the Women Loved by Ruby M. Ayres
      4. Booth and the Spirit of Lincoln by Bernie Babcock
      5. Mr. Fortune's Trials by Henry Christopher Bailey
      6. Black Ivory by Polan Banks
      7. The Enemy's Gates by Richmond Brooks Barrett
      8. Glorious Apollo by E. Barrington
      9. The Splendour of Asia by L. Adams Beck
      10. The Little White Hag by Francis Beeding
      11. Spanish Bayonet by Stephen Vincent Benet
      12. Fifty Candles by Earl Derr Biggers
      13. Jericho Sands by Mary Borden
      14. Drums by James Boyd
      15. Possession by Louis Bromfield
      16. Spring Running by F.W. Bronson
      17. The Professor's House by Willa Cather
      18. The Ghost of Gallows Hill by Stanley Hart Cauffman
      19. On an Island that Cost $24.00 by Irvin S. Cobb
      20. Black and Blue by Octavus Roy Cohen
      21. A Man Under Authority by Ethel M. Dell
      22. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
      23. The Crooked Cross by Charles Judson Dutton
      24. The Keen Desire by Frank B. Elser
      25. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
      26. Mendel Marantz by David Freedman
      27. Caravan by John Galsworthy
      28. Joanna by H.L. Gates
      29. Soundings by A. Hamilton Gibbs
      30. The Vanishing American by Zane Grey
      31. Rosa by Knut Hamsun
      32. Aricie Brun by Emile Henriot
      33. One Increasing Purpose by A.S.M. Hutchinson
      34. Mated by Wallace Irwin
      35. The Buried Rubies by Edgar Jepson
      36. Relations by Harry Johnston
      37. Starbrace by Sheila Kaye-Smith
      38. Rhoda Fair by Clarence B. Kelland
      39. The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy
      40. Queer Judson by Joseph C. Lincoln
      41. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos
      42. The Seventh Passenger by Alice MacGowan and Perry Newberry
      43. Ye That Judge by Helen Reimensnyder Martin
      44. Mary Glenn by Sarah Gertrude Millin
      45. Cloud Cuckoo Land by Naomi Mitchison
      46. Hearts of Hickory by John Trotwood Moore
      47. Thunder on the Left by Christopher Morley
      48. The Dancer's Cat by Celia A. Nicholson
      49. Pig Iron by Charles G. Norris
      50. The Black Flemings by Kathleen Norris
      51. Little Ships by Kathleen Norris
      52. Whom God Hath Sundered by Oliver Onions
      53. The Golden Beast by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      54. Wild Geese by Martha Ostenso
      55. The Perennial Bachelor by Anne Parrish
      56. High Explosive by Gordon Phillips
      57. Lodgers in London by Adelaide Eden Phillpotts
      58. The Keeper of the Bees by Gene Stratton-Porter
      59. The Threshold of Fear by Arthur J. Rees
      60. The Tortoiseshell Cat by Naomi G. Royde-Smith
      61. Teeftallow by T.S. Stribling
      62. Women by Booth Tarkington
      63. Stanley Johns' Wife by Katharine Haviland Taylor
      64. Riders of the Wind by Elswyth Thane
      65. Tinsel by Charles Hanson Towne
      66. White Fire by Louis Joseph Vance
      67. The Battle to the Weak by Hilda Vaughan
      68. The Portrait of a Man with Red Hair by Hugh Walpole
      69. Lolly Willowes; or The Loving Huntsman by Sylvia Townsend Warner
      70. Noah's Ark by Amabel Williams-Ellis
      71. The Village in the Jungle by Leonard Woolf
      72. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
      73. A Son of His Father by Harold Bell Wright
      The Bookman
      , April 1926, pp. 218-220 - PDF