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Arthur C. Train • 103 Items / 44 Books, 51 Articles, 6 Reviews
Courts, Criminals and the Camorra (1912)
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    Other Books Worth While (9 Reviews)
    Both Sides of the Shield, by Archibald W. Butt
    1. Both Sides of the Shield by Archibald W. Butt
    2. The Goodly Fellowship by Rachel Capen Schauffler
    3. The Poetical Works of George Meredith by G.M. Trevelyan and George Meredith
    4. Courts, Criminals and the Camorra by Arthur Train
    5. Unseen Empire by David Starr Jordan
    6. Rambles in the Pyrenees by F. Hamilton Jackson
    7. Switzerland in Sunshine and Snow by Edmund B. Francis D'Auvergne
    8. Replanning Small Cities by John Nolen
    9. Youth and the Race by Edgar James Swift
    The Literary Digest, November 9, 1912, pp. 850-857
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    The New Books (18 Reviews)
    Miss Wealthy, Deputy Sheriff, by Elizabeth Neff
    1. Miss Wealthy, Deputy Sheriff by Elizabeth Neff
    2. Charge It by Irving Bacheller
    3. Marie by H. Rider Haggard
    4. The Red Cross Girl by Richard Harding Davis
    5. The Prelude to Adventure by Hugh Walpole
    6. Where There's a Will by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    7. The Lovers by Eden Phillpotts
    8. The Gate of Horn by Beulah Marie Dix
    9. My Lady's Garter by Jacques Futrelle
    10. The Long Portage by Harold Bindloss
    11. Courts, Criminals and the Camorra by Arthur Train
    12. The Man Farthest Down by Booker T. Washington
    13. Famous Houses and Literary Shrines of London by Arthur St. John Adcock
    14. The American Occupation of the Philippines, 1898-1912 by James H. Blount
    15. The Work of Wall Street by Sereno S. Pratt
    16. General W. T. Sherman as College President by Walter L. Fleming
    17. Life and Letters of John Rickman by Orlo Williams and John Rickman
    18. The Boy: How to Help Him Succeed by Nathaniel C. Fowler, Jr.
    The Outlook, October 5, 1912, pp. 274-275