The Atlantic Monthly The Atlantic Monthly [Vol. 85 No. 508 (February 1900)]
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One issue of the Atlantic Monthly dated February 1900. The Atlantic monthly is a literary journal that publishes assorted writings on a wide range of topics and authors. The articles included in this issue are; "The Library of Congress" by Herbert Putnam, "History" by James Ford Rhodes, "Autobiography of W.J. Stillman" part 2 by William James Stillman, "The School Days of An Indian Girl" by Zitkala-Sa, "Tribute" by Alice Brown, "The Loss of Personality" by Ethel Dench Puffer, "To Have and To Hold" by Mary Johnston, "The American College in the Twentieth Century" by Clement L. Smith, "Journalism as a Basis For Literature" by Gerald Stanley Lee, "A Clear Title" by Joseph W. Piercy, "Science in Philanthropy" by Charles Richmond Henderson, "In the Absence of Mrs. Halloran" by Norman Duncan, "The Mormons" by Rollin Lynde Hartt, "Recent Books on Italy" by Harriet Waters Preston, "Mr. Stephen Phillip's Paolo and Francesca," "The Ghosts of Tempe" by Maude Caldwell Perry, "The Lost Spell" by Alice Lena Cole, "The Gray Inn" by Clinton Scollard, and "The Contributers' Club." There are also advertisements at both the beginning and end of the periodical.
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