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    All Crump's Chillun (Review)
    Beale Street: Where the Blues Began, by George Washington Lee
    1. Beale Street: Where the Blues Began by George Washington Lee
    The New Republic, August 8, 1934, p. 353
  2. Americans Will Drink Anything
    The American Mercury, November 1938, pp. 318-322
  3. Don't Be a Writer
    The American Mercury, September 1938, pp. 52-57
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    Life on the Last Frontier (Review)
    We Sagebrush Folks, by Annie Pike Greenwood
    1. We Sagebrush Folks by Annie Pike Greenwood
    Scribners, December 1934, p. 31
  5. The Most Awful Ride in the World
    The American Mercury, October 1938, pp. 142-149
  6. Railroad Boom Town
    The American Mercury, May 1956, pp. 107-114
  7. Railroad Boom-Town
    The American Mercury, March 1938, pp. 329-339
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    Story of the Macabre (Review)
    Blind Men Crossing a Bridge, by Susan Miles
    1. Blind Men Crossing a Bridge by Susan Miles
    The Saturday Review, April 20, 1935, p. 641
  9. Strip-Tease as a National Art
    The American Mercury, September 1937, pp. 56-64
  10. When Spindletop Blew
    The American Mercury, July 1956, pp. 115-118
  11. Which Way Television?
    The American Mercury, September 1958, pp. 13-19
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    Yankee in the Black Belt (Review)
    Stars Fell on Alabama, by Carl Carmer
    1. Stars Fell on Alabama by Carl Carmer
    The New Republic, July 18, 1934, p. 272
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