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Jim Tully • 35 Items / 11 Books, 17 Articles, 7 Reviews
Beggars of Life (1924)
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    The New Books (2 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. Beggars of Life by Jim Tully
    2. Our American Kings by Frederick L. Collins
    The Outlook, November 5, 1924, p. 377
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    Brief Notices (6 Reviews)
    Beggars of Life, by Jim Tully
    1. Beggars of Life by Jim Tully
    2. How to Keep Well by Andrew F. Currier
    3. David Wilmot, Free-Soiler by Charles Buxton Going
    4. Primitive Religion by Robert H. Lowie
    5. The Nature of Love by Emmanuel Berl
    6. Lions 'n' Tigers 'n' Everything by Courtney Ryley Cooper
    The American Mercury, December 1924, p. 510
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    The Editor Recommends--- (6 Reviews)
    Woodrow Wilson: The Man, His Times, and His Task, by William Allen White
    1. Woodrow Wilson: The Man, His Times, and His Task by William Allen White
    2. Three Flights Up by Sidney Howard
    3. Points of View by Stuart P. Sherman
    4. Beggars of Life by Jim Tully
    5. Pascal D'Angelo, Son of Italy by Pascal D'Angelo
    6. Francis Wilson's Life of Himself by Francis Wilson
    The Bookman, January 1925, pp. 628-630
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    Books in Brief (10 Reviews)
    Beggars of Life, by Jim Tully
    1. Beggars of Life by Jim Tully
    2. Sun Yat Sen and the Chinese Republic by Paul M.A. Linebarger
    3. Men Seen by Paul Rosenfeld
    4. Your Voice and You by Clara Kathleen Rogers
    5. American Homes of To-Day by Augusta Owen Patterson
    6. Washington Irving, Esquire by George S. Hellman
    7. An Introduction to the Study of Heredity by E.W. Macbride
    8. Narcissus: An Anatomy of Clothes by Gerald Heard
    9. Early Connecticut Artists and Craftsmen by Sherman Frederic Fairchild
    10. Poets of America by Clement Wood
    The Nation, June 24, 1925, p. 722