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Evelyn Schuyler Schaeffer Archives
Evelyn Schuyler Schaeffer • 12 Items / 9 Articles, 3 Books
Fortune's Yellow (1925)
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    The New Books (16 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. The Cobweb by Margaretta Tuttle
    2. The Turn of a Day by C.A. Dawson Scott
    3. Sandalwood by Fulton Oursler
    4. Mrs. Mason's Daughters by Mathilde Eiker
    5. The Fight on the Standing Stone by Francis Lynde
    6. The Low Road by Isabella Holt
    7. Dead Right by Jennette Lee
    8. Fortune's Yellow by Evelyn Schuyler Schaeffer
    9. Watling's by Horace Annesley Vachell
    10. The Fourteen Points by Arthur B. Reeve
    11. Schooling by Paul Selver
    12. Under the Levee by E. Earl Sparling
    13. The Circle of the Stars by Joan Sutherland
    14. On Board the "Morning Star" by Pierre MacOrlan
    15. A Certain Crossroad by Emilie Loring
    16. The Doom Window by Maurice Drake
    The Saturday Review, April 25, 1925, pp. 712-713
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    Check List of New Books (18 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Caravan by John Galsworthy
    2. Life Begins To-Morrow by Guido da Verona
    3. Cabriba by Mulla Hanaranda
    4. The Rector of Maliseet by Leslie Reid
    5. My Lady Lee by Edith Ballinger Price
    6. Kunala by Arpad Ferenczy
    7. The Monarch by Pierre Mille
    8. Points of Honor by Thomas Boyd
    9. Perissa by S.P.B. Mais
    10. The Painted Veil by W. Somerset Maugham
    11. Pontifex Maximus by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
    12. '49: A Novel of Gold by George W. Cronyn
    13. Gold by Gold by Herbert S. Gorman
    14. Professor by Stanley Johnson
    15. The Cactus by Charles Chadwick
    16. Young Mrs. Cruse by Viola Meynell
    17. Fortune's Yellow by Evelyn Schuyler Schaeffer
    18. Sturly by Pierre Custot
    The American Mercury, October 1925