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McClure's Magazine

Volume 10

  • November 1897
  • December 1897
    • (p.98): Portrait of Charles A. Dana
    • (p.99): Rudyard Kipling - The Tomb of His Ancestors
    • (p.121): Madonna and child paintings
    • (p.124): Ella Higginson - Yet Am I not for Pity
    • (p.126): John M. Thayer - The Death of John Quincy Adams
    • (p.128): Anthony Hope - Rupert of Hentzau
    • (p.143): Robert Barr - The Archbishop's Christmas Gift
    • (p.150): Charles A. Dana - Reminiscences of Men and Events of the Civil War (continued)
    • (p.165): Bliss Perry - The Incident of the British Ambassador
    • (p.172): W. T. Stead - Hymns That Have Helped
    • (p.179): F. S. Church - Christmas Night, a painting
    • (p.180): R. H. Sherard and Sven Hedin - In Unexplored Asia
    • (p.192): (from the New York "Sun") - Is there a Santa Claus?
    • (p.193): Obituary for Charles A. Dana
  • January 1898
    • (p.196): Illustration for Rupert of Hentzau
    • (p.197): Norman Hapgood - A Painter of Children - Boutet de Monvel
    • (p.206): Cy Warman - An American at Karlsbad
    • (p.211): Herbert E. Hamblen - The Life of the Railroad Man
    • (p.226): Robert Barr - The Long Ladder
    • (p.235): Anthony Hope - Rupert of Hentzau continued
    • (p.246): Robert Barr - Samuel L. Clemens, "Mark Twain." a Character Sketch
    • (p.251): James H. Holmes - An Incident of '49
    • (p.253): Charles A. Dana - Reminiscences of Men and Events of the Civil War continued
    • (p.267): Photograph of Vespertina Quies
    • (p.268): Carrie Blake Morgan - Sairy Spencer's Revolt
    • (p.277): Margaret F. Mauro - The Mirror
    • (p.278): Daniel B. Hadley - Reminiscences of John Brown
    • (p.282): Mary M. Mears - Accordin' to Solomon
    • (p.289): Editorial Notes
      • Contributions and Contributors
      • A Memorial to Robert Louis Stevenson
    • (p.290): From the St. James's Gazette - The Last Portrait in Stevenson's Gallery
  • February 1898
    • (p.292): A life mask of Abraham Lincoln
    • (p.293): Fridtjof Nansen - Future North Polar Exploration
    • (p.306): Shan F. Bullock - The Wee Tay Table
    • (p.315): Tobias Lear - The Last Days of George Washington
    • (p.322): Anthony Hope - Rupert of Hentzau continued
    • (p.339): Some Great Portraits of Lincoln
    • (p.347): Charles A. Dana - Reminiscences of Men and Events of the Civil War continued
    • (p.361): Herbert E. Hamblen - Firing a Locomotive
    • (p.377): Stephen Crane - The Bride comes to Yellow Sky
    • (p.385): Editorial Notes
      • Mr. Dana's New View of Men and Events of the War
      • A Memorial Edition of the Works of Henry George
      • The Poet Nansen
    • (p.386): Hamlin Garland - Henry George's Last Book
  • March 1898
    • (p.388): Illustration for Rupert of Hentzau
    • (p.389): Herbert E. Hamblen - Adventures of a Freight Engineer
    • (p.404): H. Hobart Nichols - An Experiment in Burglary
    • (p.411): Letters from the Andrée Party
    • (p.422): Walter Wellman - Where is Andrée?
    • (p.427): Portrait of Ida M. Tarbell
    • (p.428): Ray Stannard Baker - An Adventure of Truck Six
    • (p.431): Charles A. Dana - Reminiscences of Men and Events of the Civil War continued
    • (p.443): Hamlin Garland - Ho, For the Klondike!
    • (p.455): Anthony Hope - Rupert of Hentzau continued
    • (p.475): John Walker Harrington - Ottenhausen's Coup
    • (p.482): Editorial Notes
  • April 1898
    • (p.484): Charles Lowe - Stories of the Gordon Highlanders
    • (p.497): Henry Newbolt - The Gay Gordons
    • (p.498): Hamlin Garland - A Romance of Wall Street
    • (p.505): W. A. Fraser - "King for a Day"
    • (p.513): Herbert E. Hamblen - Adversities of a Passenger Engineer
    • (p.525): Frank Crane - The Row of Dominoes
    • (p.534): Morgan Robertson - The Day of the Dog
    • (p.546): Anthony Hope - Rupert of Hentzau continued
    • (p.557): George B. Waldron - The Nation's Railroads
    • (p.561): Charles A. Dana - Reminiscences of Men and Events of the Civil War continued
    • (p.571): Gertrude Adams - Cupid's Messenger
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