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Arthur C. Train • 103 Items / 44 Books, 51 Articles, 6 Reviews
On the Trail of the Bad Men (1925)
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Published Reviews
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    On the Trail of the Bad Men, by Arthur Train
    1. On the Trail of the Bad Men by Arthur Train
    The Bookman, August 1925, p. 715
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    Check List of New Books (6 Reviews)
    Sociology
    1. Sex and Civilization by Paul Bousfield
    2. Child Marriages by Mary E. Richmond and Fred S. Hall
    3. The Challenge of Childhood by Ira S. Wile
    4. On the Trail of the Bad Men by Arthur Train
    5. These United States by Ernest Gruening
    6. Youth in Conflict by Miriam Van Waters
    The American Mercury, June 1925
  3. The Book Table
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    Rhyme and Reason (8 Reviews)
    A Sheaf of Memories, by Frank Scudamore
    1. A Sheaf of Memories by Frank Scudamore
    2. On the Trail of the Bad Men by Arthur Train
    3. A Poet's Proverbs by Arthur Guiterman
    4. The Story of the Waldorf-Astoria by Edward Hungerford
    5. Che-Cau-Gou: A History---A Romance by Onke Ganinwari
    6. Anatole France Himself: A Boswellian Record by Jean Jacques Brousson
    7. Poems for Youth by William Rose Benet
    8. Mere Mortals: Medico-Historical Essays by Charles MacLaurin
    The Outlook, September 2, 1925, pp. 26-28
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    The New Books (9 Reviews)
    Farmington, by Clarence Darrow
    1. Farmington by Clarence Darrow
    2. Makers of Light by Frederic Lansing Day
    3. Pattern by Rose L. Franken
    4. Lorenzo the Magnificent by Dane Coolidge
    5. The Checkered Flag by John Mersereau
    6. On the Trail of the Bad Men by Arthur Train
    7. The Caraways by George Looms
    8. The Evolution of American Political Parties by Edgar Eugene Robinson
    9. The Science of Biology by George G. Scott
    The Saturday Review, August 1, 1925, p. 15