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The Department Store (1912)
A Novel of To-Day
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    Spring Fiction (4 Reviews)
    The Counsel Assigned, by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
    1. The Counsel Assigned by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
    2. The Department Store by Margarete Bohme
    3. Five Thousand an Hour by Chester George Randolph
    4. Vistas of New York by Brander Matthews
    The Literary Digest, April 20, 1912, pp. 820-821
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    Mankind in the Mass and Some Recent Novels (7 Reviews)
    The Department Store, by Margarete Bohme
    1. The Department Store by Margarete Bohme
    2. Blinds Down by Horace Annesley Vachell
    3. The Lure by E.S. Stevens
    4. The Chink in the Armour by Mrs. Belloc-Lowndes
    5. The Position of Peggy Harper by Leonard Merrick
    6. Oliver's Kind Women by Philip Gibbs
    7. The Night of Fires by Anatole le Braz
    The Bookman, June 1912, pp. 409-415
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    The New Books (15 Reviews)
    The Prison Without a Wall, by Ralph Straus
    1. The Prison Without a Wall by Ralph Straus
    2. The Touchstone of Fortune by Charles Major
    3. Tales of a Greek Island by Julia D. Dragoumis
    4. Polly of the Hospital Staff by Emma C. Dowd
    5. How to Save Money by Nathaniel C. Fowler
    6. The Big Fish by H.B. Marriott Watson
    7. Oliver's Kind Women by Philip Gibbs
    8. The Department Store by Margarete Bohme
    9. Beyond the Law by Miriam Alexander
    10. Flower of the North by James Oliver Curwood
    11. A Man and His Money by Frederic S. Isham
    12. In the Amazon Jungle by Algot Lange
    13. Principles of the Constitutional Law of the United States by Westel W. Willoughby
    14. Lost Farm Camp by Henry H. Knibbs
    15. Collected Poems by Gerald Gould
    The Outlook, April 27, 1912, pp. 986-987