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Lowell Thomas • 47 Items / 29 Books, 1 Film, 14 Articles, 1 Visual
The Sea Devil's Fo'c'sle (1929)
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    Books in Brief (5 Reviews)
    Robert Peckham, by Maurice Baring
    1. Robert Peckham by Maurice Baring
    2. Seed on the Wind by Rex Stout
    3. Witches Still Live by Theda Kenyon
    4. The Sea Devil's Fo'c'sle by Lowell Thomas
    5. A Challenge to Neurasthenia by Doris Mary Armitage
    The Nation, October 1, 1930, pp. 353-354
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    The Children's Bookshop (5 Reviews)
    Thrillers All
    1. Commodore David Porter, 1780-1843 by Archibald Douglas Turnbull
    2. The Sea Devil's Fo'c'sle by Lowell Thomas
    3. From Sandy Hook to 62 Degrees by Charles Edward Russell
    4. Through Sea and Sky by E. Keble Chatterton
    5. The Incomplete Mariner by Leonard H. Nason
    The Saturday Review, November 16, 1929, p. 403
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    Notes On New Books (17 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. Idols Behind Altars by Anita Brenner
    2. Sculpture by Agnes Rindge Claflin
    3. A Frontier Doctor by Henry F. Hoyt
    4. The Italian Comedy by Pierre Louis Duchartre
    5. Theatres by Joseph Urban
    6. Why Janet Should Read Shakspere by Norman Hapgood
    7. Genuine Antique Furniture by Arthur de Bles
    8. Private Presses and Their Books by Will Ransom
    9. On Being a Father by Kenneth M. Walker and E.M. Walker
    10. The Sea Devil's Fo'c'sle by Lowell Thomas
    11. When the U-Boats Came to America by William Bell Clark
    12. The Mystery and Art of the Apothecary by C.J.S. Thompson
    13. Drawings and Paintings by Joan Manning-Sanders
    14. The Big American Parade by E. Haldeman-Julius
    15. The Soviet Union and Peace by Henri Barbusse
    16. The Making of New Germany by Philipp Scheidemann
    17. Morocco Bound by Edwin Valentine Mitchell
    The Bookman, January 1930