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    Issues of the 1920s = 4 Years, 108 Issues, 2,141 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1926 = 4 Issues, 69 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1927 = 6 Issues, 111 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1928 = 49 Issues, 987 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1929 = 49 Issues, 974 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1929 = 13 Issues, 258 Articles
              1. [+]
                January 5, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. At Sea by William O'Brien, pp. 5-7
                2. What About 1929? by Roger W. Babson, pp. 8-9
                3. Listen, Listen! by Samuel Merwin, pp. 10-11
                4. Old Sniff by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 12-13
                5. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 14-15
                6. Gold Lust by Scotty Allan, p. 16
                7. Short by Maxwell Smith, p. 17
                8. White Gold by Octavus Roy Cohen, p. 18
                9. The Shepherd of Guadaloupe by Zane Grey, p. 19
                10. The Kid's Clever by Gus Edwards, pp. 20-21
                11. Twinkle Twinkle, pp. 22-23
                12. Holding the Heights by Grantland Rice, pp. 24-27
                13. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 28-29
                14. Tom Masson Says, pp. 30-33
                15. Hoover's Heritage, pp. 34-37
                16. Colliergraphs, pp. 38-41
                17. Dousing the Sparks by Jack Binns, pp. 42-49
                18. Editorial, pp. 50-52
              2. [+]
                January 12, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. Man At Work by Frank Condon, pp. 5-7
                2. Old Cars for New by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9
                3. The Gree Gree Girl by Roark Bradford, pp. 10-11
                4. Cat Luck by Jeffery Farnol, p. 12
                5. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 13-14
                6. Adrift in New York by Ring Lardner, p. 15
                7. Third Accident by Dana Burnet, pp. 16-17
                8. At Sea by William O'Brien, pp. 18-19
                9. It's a Clean-Up, pp. 20-21
                10. Illegal Tender by Carl Clausen, pp. 22-23
                11. The Jolts That Count by Grantland Rice, pp. 24-27
                12. Jewels of Little Price by Marie Beynon Ray, pp. 28-30
                13. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 31-36
                14. A Prophet of Aviation by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 37-38
                15. Backed to the Limit, p. 39
                16. Nameographs, p. 40
                17. Dramatizing Radio by Jack Binns, pp. 41-43
                18. Tom Masson Says, pp. 44-49
                19. Editorials, pp. 50-52
                20. Cover by David Robinson#2
              3. [+]
                January 19, 1929 Issue = 17 Articles
                1. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 5-7
                2. Riders of the Whirlwind by John T. Flynn, pp. 8-9
                3. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 10-12
                4. Modest Man by Walter Davenport, p. 13
                5. At Sea by William O'Brien, pp. 14-15
                6. No Mother to Guide Her by Samuel Merwin, pp. 16-18
                7. Coached by the Sun by Grantland Rice, p. 19
                8. Half-Shell Blues by John Forbes, p. 20
                9. Insides Information by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., p. 21
                10. Hold your Sides, pp. 22-23
                11. The Wizard of Salzburg by John B. Kennedy, pp. 24-25
                12. The Other Way Around by Roy W. Hinds, pp. 26-29
                13. Colliergraphs, pp. 30-41
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 42-44
                15. A Fight in the Cookshop by Jack Binns, pp. 45-46
                16. Put Your Best Face Forward, pp. 47-49
                17. Editorials, pp. 50-52
              4. [+]
                January 26, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. Air Command by Laurie York Erskine, pp. 5-7
                2. Kansas, the Beer State by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9
                3. Kings High by H.C. Witwer, pp. 10-11
                4. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 12-13
                5. The Whole Show by Hugh Leamy, p. 14
                6. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 15-16
                7. Ugly Stepper by Dorothy Perkins, pp. 17-18
                8. The Battle of the Century by Walter Davenport, p. 19
                9. Believe It or Not!, pp. 20-21
                10. Revolt in the Zodiac by Viola Paradise, pp. 22-23
                11. In One Ear by Anonymous, pp. 24-25
                12. Looking for Trouble by Grantland Rice, pp. 26-29
                13. The inventions of Professor Butts by Rube Goldberg, pp. 30-40
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, p. 41
                15. Nameographs, p. 42
                16. Under Radio's Big Top by Jack Binns, pp. 43-44
                17. His Own Worst Enemy by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 45-46
                18. Plans for Battle, pp. 47-53
                19. Editorials, p. 54
                20. Cover by E.M. Jackson
              5. [+]
                February 2, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. The Cross-Eyed South-Paw by Richard Connell, pp. 5-7
                2. Dry Eyes on Hoover by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9
                3. Sound and Fury by Grantland Rice, p. 10
                4. The Last Trick by John B. Kennedy, pp. 11-12
                5. With Rope and Gum by Ring Lardner, p. 13
                6. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 14-15
                7. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 16-17
                8. The Shanghai Test by Frank Condon, p. 18
                9. "The White House Say---" by William G. Shepherd, p. 19
                10. The Turn of a Card by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 20-21
                11. The Buzz-Saw by F.R. Buckley, pp. 22-23
                12. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 24-27
                13. Texas Still Breeds Texans, pp. 28-31
                14. Preventing Hurricanes by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 32-33
                15. Lucky Olive by Jack Binns, pp. 34-35
                16. Colliergraphs, pp. 36-49
                17. Editorials, pp. 50-52
                18. Cover by Anita Parkhurst
              6. [+]
                February 9, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. The Age of Indiscretiion by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 5-7
                2. "The Gobble-Uns'll Git You" by Owen P. White, pp. 8-9
                3. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 10-11
                4. Personally Conducted by Frank Condon, pp. 12-13
                5. The Last Reserve by Ared White, pp. 14-15
                6. Behind the Ice Walls, pp. 16-17
                7. Bad News by Hugh McNair Kahler, p. 18
                8. The Mauling Mystery by Grantland Rice, p. 19
                9. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 20-21
                10. The Mightiest Dollar by John B. Kennedy, pp. 22-23
                11. Long Live the Queenie! by H.C. Witwer, pp. 24-29
                12. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 30-31
                13. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 32-36
                14. How Do You Figure It? by Jack Binns, pp. 37-42
                15. The Tapping Season's On, pp. 43-45
                16. A Mule's Colts by Edwin E. Slosson, p. 46
                17. Nameographs, pp. 47-49
                18. Editorials, pp. 50-52
                19. Cover by Frances Tipton Hunter
              7. [+]
                February 16, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Three On a Match by Emma-Lindsay Squier, pp. 5-7
                2. Bartender's Guide to Washington by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9
                3. You Never Know by Samuel Merwin, pp. 10-11
                4. Directed By---, pp. 12-13
                5. The Gawky Age by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., p. 14
                6. The Chief of the Loch McCree by Albert Richard Wetjen, pp. 15-16
                7. Something Beautiful by Zona Gale, p. 17
                8. Onward and Upward by Ring Lardner, pp. 18-19
                9. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 20-21
                10. Leave Your Chin Behind by Grantland Rice, pp. 22-23
                11. Marriage for two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 24-28
                12. On a Night Like This by Frank Condon, pp. 29-31
                13. How's Business? by Merle Thorpe, pp. 32-33
                14. Baffling Daughters by "Sinbad", pp. 34-40
                15. How Would You play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 41-42
                16. No One Woudl Have Him by Jack Binns, p. 43
                17. The String Pullers, pp. 44-46
                18. Believe It Or Not by Ripley, pp. 47-53
                19. Colliergraphs, pp. 54-57
                20. Editorials, pp. 58-60
                21. Cover by John Holmgren
              8. [+]
                February 23, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Trick Stuff by Samuel Merwin, pp. 5-7
                2. Today's Trust Busters by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9
                3. A Tale of Hoffmann by H.C. Witwer, pp. 10-11
                4. The Loan of a Gun by Alan LeMay, pp. 12-13
                5. Love on a Liner by Frank Condon, pp. 14-15
                6. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 16-17
                7. Home Unique Home!, pp. 18-19
                8. Lost Laurels by Grantland Rice, pp. 20-21
                9. Should a Husband Eat Breakfast Alone? by Beatrice Lillie, pp. 22-25
                10. Photo Static by Rob Wagner, pp. 26-29
                11. The Loud American by Dana Burnet, pp. 30-33
                12. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 34-39
                13. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 40-41
                14. The Customer Is Always Writing by Jack Binns, pp. 42-50
                15. Friends of Mr. Hoover, p. 51
                16. Nameographs, p. 52
                17. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 53-54
                18. Coal-Fed Prosperity by Edwin E. Slosson, p. 55
                19. Tom Masson Says, pp. 56-61
                20. Editorials, p. 62
                21. Cover by E.M. Jackson
              9. [+]
                March 2, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. Mr. Thruppy Assaults the Mole by Laurie York Erskine, pp. 5-7
                2. Meet the Colonel by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9
                3. The Cashier's Secret by Will Payne, pp. 10-11
                4. Side Trips Included by Frank Condon, pp. 12-13
                5. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 14-15
                6. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, p. 16
                7. The Boy Entertainer by Ring Lardner, p. 17
                8. Just a Good Customer by Hugh Leamy, p. 18
                9. Don't Bother About Drafts by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., p. 19
                10. The Happy Sporting Ground by Grantland Rice, pp. 20-21
                11. All Our Life Like That! by Ferrin L. Fraser, pp. 22-25
                12. Illegal Entry by Bernice Brown, pp. 26-29
                13. Read 'Em and Sleep by Uncle Henry, pp. 30-31
                14. A Message from Mars by Jack Binns, pp. 32-35
                15. Colliergraphs, pp. 36-38
                16. In Times of Peace, p. 39
                17. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 40-41
                18. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 42-53
                19. Editorials, pp. 54-56
                20. Cover by Duncan McMillan
              10. [+]
                March 9, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. "What a Woman Wants" by Samuel Merwin, pp. 5-7
                2. A Part in the Show by Clinton W. Gilbert, pp. 8-9
                3. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 10-11
                4. Relief by W.B. Courtney, pp. 12-13
                5. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 14-15
                6. It's Only a Bird, pp. 16-17
                7. In the Ice by Nicholas Brigg, pp. 18-19
                8. Where the Dope Goes Wrong by Grantland Rice, p. 20
                9. What Every Husband Doesn't Know by Paul Poiret, p. 21
                10. Switchboard by Corey Ford, pp. 22-23
                11. Once in a Blue Moon by Frank Condon, pp. 24-29
                12. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 30-34
                13. Equal Opportunities by Jack Binns, pp. 35-37
                14. The Art of Bluffing by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 38-39
                15. They're Fighting Again, pp. 40-41
                16. Nameographs, pp. 42-43
                17. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 44-49
                18. Editorials, pp. 50-52
                19. Cover by Anita Parkhurst
              11. [+]
                March 16, 1929 Issue = 24 Articles
                1. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 5-7
                2. Under Mr. Volstead's Nose by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9
                3. Music got to Moan by Roark Bradford, pp. 10-11
                4. The Boomerang by Harold Titus, p. 12
                5. Pluck and Luck by Ring Lardner, p. 13
                6. The Honorable Fools by Achmed Abdullah, pp. 14-15
                7. 300 Dresses a year by Paul Poiret, p. 16
                8. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, p. 17
                9. They Win!, pp. 18-19
                10. Falling Up by John B. Kennedy, p. 20
                11. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche, p. 21
                12. Solid Ivory Bridge Work by Grantland Rice, pp. 22-23
                13. Does Politics Make Women Crooked? by Bertha K. Landes, pp. 24-25
                14. Him and Her by Katherine Brush, pp. 26-27
                15. Better Than Fame by Frank Swinnerton, pp. 28-37
                16. Colliergraphs, pp. 38-42
                17. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 43-47
                18. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 48-63
                19. Strengthen the Chains by Jack Binns, pp. 64-66
                20. Front Page or Bust, p. 67
                21. Rejuvenating an Immortal by E.E. Slosson, pp. 68-72
                22. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 73-77
                23. Editorial, pp. 78-80
                24. Cover by J. Clinton Shepherd
              12. [+]
                March 23, 1929 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. The Lady Who Laughs by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 5-7
                2. Up and Going by W.B. Courtney, pp. 8-9
                3. Half a Stick by William Slavens McNutt, pp. 10-11
                4. What's in a Face, pp. 12-13
                5. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 14-15
                6. You Take the Ball by Grantland Rice, p. 16
                7. Who Travels Alone by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 17-20
                8. After Three Years by Dana Burnet, pp. 21-23
                9. Paul the Fiddler by Ring Lardner, pp. 24-25
                10. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 26-34
                11. The Ivory Virgin by Edward L. McKenna, pp. 35-39
                12. Mr. Hoover Snatches a Bite by Emma C. Barker, pp. 40-41
                13. Bursting Into Bloom, pp. 42-43
                14. Double and Redouble by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 44-45
                15. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 46-48
                16. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 49-52
                17. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 53-56
                18. Speeding Up the Rubber Tree by Edwin E. Slosson, p. 57
                19. Tom Masson Says, p. 58
                20. Nameographs, pp. 58-61
                21. Editorials, pp. 62-64
                22. Cover by Walter Beach Humphrey
              13. [+]
                March 30, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. A Sap's Fable by H.C. Witwer, pp. 5-7
                2. One Store After Another by John T. Flynn, pp. 8-9
                3. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 10-11
                4. Who Travels Alone by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 12-13
                5. Walks of Life, pp. 14-15
                6. Mister Sam by Samuel Merwin, pp. 16-18
                7. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 19-21
                8. Sitting Pretty by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., pp. 22-23
                9. It's in the Balance by Grantland Rice, pp. 24-25
                10. Tied Down by a Woman by David M. Newell, pp. 26-28
                11. Powers of Darkness by John Russell, pp. 29-32
                12. Lucky Lady by John B. Kennedy, pp. 33-35
                13. Colliergraphs, pp. 36-37
                14. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 38-44
                15. How Would you Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 45-46
                16. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 47-48
                17. He's a Cool One, pp. 49-57
                18. Editorial, pp. 58-60
                19. Cover by John Newton Howitt
            2. [+]
              Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1929 = 12 Issues, 247 Articles
              1. [+]
                April 6, 1929 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 5-7
                2. Sun-Kissed---and Everything by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9
                3. The Ha'nt Hound by Roark Bradford, pp. 10-11
                4. The City of Make-Believe, pp. 12-13
                5. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 14-15
                6. Leading Ladies by Grantland Rice, p. 16
                7. Emergency Call by Edward L. McKenna, pp. 17-19
                8. Mr. Hoover Asked for More by Mary E. Rattley, pp. 20-21
                9. Who Travels Alone by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 22-25
                10. Wings of Destiny by George Weston, pp. 26-27
                11. Door Into Eden by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 28-33
                12. Bad Luck Pieces by Owen P. White, pp. 34-38
                13. The End of the Story by J.P. Marquand, pp. 39-41
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 42-49
                15. Artificial Giants by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 50-51
                16. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 52-53
                17. Nervous Excitement, pp. 54-55
                18. Believe It or Not by R.L. Ripley, pp. 56-59
                19. Tom Masson Says, pp. 60-64
                20. Nameographs, pp. 65-69
                21. Editorial, pp. 70-72
                22. Cover by Louis Fancher
              2. [+]
                April 13, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Trip Number Ten by Frank Condon, pp. 5-7
                2. Excuse My Clouds by W.B. Courtney, pp. 8-9
                3. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 10-11
                4. War Takes the Air by Lieut. Bert Hall and Lieut. John J. Niles, pp. 12-13
                5. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 14-15
                6. A Sporting Chance by Mark Barr, p. 16
                7. The Red Van by Warwick Deeping, pp. 17-19
                8. The Iron Handshaker by Grantland Rice, pp. 20-21
                9. Let's Stay Young Together by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., pp. 22-23
                10. Teeing Off with Babe Ruth by Al Demaree, pp. 24-25
                11. Reuben, the Young Artist by Ring Lardner, pp. 26-27
                12. "His Secretary Speaking---" by Lauretta Fancher, pp. 28-29
                13. A Special Providence by Elsie Singmaster, pp. 30-36
                14. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 37-49
                15. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 50-52
                16. Salt for the Cabinet, pp. 53-56
                17. Catching Up with the World by E.E. Slosson, pp. 57-59
                18. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 60-61
                19. Colliergraphs, pp. 62-65
                20. Editorial, pp. 66-68
                21. Cover by Edmund Davenport
              3. [+]
                April 20, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. The Snaring of the Green by H.C. Witwer, pp. 5-7
                2. The Vigilantes take Charge by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9
                3. Fanny's First Fling by Bernice Brown, pp. 10-11
                4. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, p. 12
                5. The Sea King's Luck by Maude Radford Warren, pp. 13-14
                6. April Dope by Grantland Rice, p. 15
                7. Everything's Going to Be All Right, pp. 16-17
                8. Fare and Cooler by Elizabeth Condit, p. 18
                9. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 19-20
                10. Any Fork Will Do by Emily Post, p. 21
                11. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 22-26
                12. War Takes the Air by Lieut. Bert Hall and Lieut. John J. Niles, pp. 27-31
                13. The Aches Have It by Eddie Cantor, pp. 32-33
                14. Gentleman Joe by John Gallishaw, pp. 34-37
                15. Nameographs, pp. 38-53
                16. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 54-57
                17. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 58-61
                18. Cooling Off South America by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 62-63
                19. The Six Per Cent Farmer, pp. 64-69
                20. Editorials, pp. 70-72
                21. Cover by C.H. Twelvetrees
              4. [+]
                April 27, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. Who Killed Montague Brest? by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 5-7
                2. Up Against the Chains by John T. Flynn, pp. 8-9
                3. Good-By Broadway! by Elmer Davis, pp. 10-11
                4. Rolling Home, pp. 12-13
                5. The Somebody Man by Roark Bradford, pp. 14-15
                6. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 16-17
                7. War Takes the Air by Lieut. Bert Hall and Lieut. John J. Niles, pp. 18-21
                8. Take My Seat, Madam by DeWolf Hopper, pp. 22-23
                9. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 24-27
                10. Anything Can Happen by Grantland Rice, pp. 28-32
                11. Competition by Frederick Skerry, p. 33
                12. Colliergraphs, pp. 34-35
                13. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 36-37
                14. Just a Real Good Man, pp. 38-39
                15. Catching Up with the World by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 40-41
                16. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 42-52
                17. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 53-57
                18. Editorial, pp. 58-60
                19. Cover by Penryhyn Stanlaws
              5. [+]
                May 4, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 5-7
                2. Here's How in New Mexico by Owen P. White, pp. 8-9
                3. Lady Luck by Laurie York Erskine, pp. 10-13
                4. Nice Lion! by Dagny Hansen, p. 14
                5. Elmer, the Unexpected by Alexander Woollcott, p. 15
                6. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 16-17
                7. Being a Sister to Bill by Ruth Burr Sanborn, pp. 18-19
                8. Missouri Shows 'Em by Grantland Rice, pp. 20-21
                9. 13 Smokes and 80 Cents by Odgers T. Gurnee, pp. 22-25
                10. If You Like It, Eat It by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., pp. 26-27
                11. The Shock Market by Uncle Henry, pp. 28-29
                12. The Wrong House by James N. Young, pp. 30-34
                13. The Gringo Privateer by Peter B. Kyne, p. 35
                14. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 36-40
                15. The Great Eclipse, pp. 41-47
                16. Nameographs, pp. 48-59
                17. Catching Up with the World by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 60-64
                18. Don't Let Contract Scare You by Milton C. Work, pp. 65-67
                19. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 68-73
                20. Editorial, pp. 74-76
                21. Cover by John Newton Howitt
              6. [+]
                May 11, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. The Solid Gold Article by Richard Connell, pp. 5-7
                2. What's Honesty? by Merle Thorpe, pp. 8-9
                3. Consider the Lily by H.C. Witwer, pp. 10-11
                4. Nothing Up My Sleeve by Thurston the Magician, pp. 12-13
                5. Footprints by Jeffery Farnol, pp. 14-15
                6. This Suspense is Awful, pp. 16-17
                7. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 18-21
                8. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 22-27
                9. The Keeper of the Bees by Ring Lardner, pp. 28-29
                10. Somebody's Manna by Stanley Tipton, pp. 30-31
                11. The Queen is in the Kitchen by Delight Sweney Trimble, pp. 32-33
                12. Meet the Menace by Grantland Rice, pp. 34-38
                13. We've Forgotten How to Fight by John B. Kennedy, p. 39
                14. Colliergraphs, pp. 40-41
                15. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 42-53
                16. Don't Let Contract Scare You by Milton C. Work, pp. 54-61
                17. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 62-65
                18. Hoover's Politician, pp. 66-69
                19. Editorials, pp. 70-72
                20. Cover by Maxfield Parrish
              7. [+]
                May 18, 1929 Issue = 23 Articles
                1. The Magic Spade by Frank Condon, pp. 5-7
                2. Up Where the Wets Begin by John B. Kennedy, pp. 8-9
                3. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 10-11
                4. The Look of the Month, pp. 12-13
                5. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 14-15
                6. Nothing Up My Sleeve by Thurston the Magician, pp. 16-17
                7. A Taste for Red by Nevis Shane, pp. 18-21
                8. You Weren't Born That Way! by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., pp. 22-24
                9. Nickelodeon by Eric Hatch, pp. 25-27
                10. The Wolf Hunter by Alan LeMay, pp. 28-30
                11. The Long, Lean Count by Grantland Rice, pp. 31-33
                12. Help Wanted by Elizabeth Condit, pp. 34-35
                13. Lilies by Maxwell Aley, pp. 36-39
                14. A General to Boot by Uncle Henry, pp. 40-41
                15. Shall We Fill Up the Canal? by Merle Thorpe, pp. 42-43
                16. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 44-47
                17. Nameographs, pp. 48-53
                18. Catching Up with the World by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 54-56
                19. Home Brewed, pp. 57-58
                20. Don't Let Contract Scare You by Milton C. Work, pp. 59-65
                21. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 66-73
                22. Editorial, pp. 74-76
                23. Cover by R. John Holmgren
              8. [+]
                May 25, 1929 Issue = 22 Articles
                1. The Clock That Laughed by George Weston, pp. 5-7
                2. Hearing Things in the Dark by Jesse L. Lasky, pp. 8-9
                3. High Hat by Bozeman Bulger, pp. 10-11
                4. The Cut-Ups, pp. 12-13
                5. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 14-15
                6. Boxing Blah-Blah by Grantland Rice, pp. 16-18
                7. In One Ear, p. 19
                8. The Little Marquis by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 20-23
                9. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 24-27
                10. What Wall Street Missed by George E. Holt, pp. 28-29
                11. Follow Your Nose by Hazel Rawson Cades, pp. 30-32
                12. Just a Little Careless by Stanley Tipton, pp. 33-35
                13. Nothing Up My Sleeve by Thurston the Magician, pp. 36-42
                14. The Lady's Engaged by Merle Thorpe, p. 43
                15. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 44-45
                16. Don't Let Contract Scare You by Milton C. Work, pp. 46-47
                17. The Revival of Witchcraft by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 48-49
                18. Colliergraphs, pp. 50-60
                19. Prexy Steps Out, pp. 61-73
                20. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 74-77
                21. Editorials, p. 78
                22. Cover by E.m. Jackson
              9. [+]
                June 1, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. A Far Cry by Frank Condon, pp. 5-7
                2. "Old Times Dar Are Not Forgotten" by James C. Derieux, pp. 8-9
                3. Don't Keep Men Waiting by Oscar Graeve, pp. 10-11
                4. Something Above the Neck by Antoine, p. 12
                5. Detroitism---What Is It? by William G. Shepherd, p. 13
                6. The Young Rush In by Alan LeMay, pp. 14-15
                7. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 16-17
                8. Nothing Up My Sleeve by Thurston the Magician, pp. 18-19
                9. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 20-21
                10. Once Shy by F.R. Buckley, pp. 22-23
                11. Twig Bending by Grantland Rice, pp. 24-25
                12. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 26-32
                13. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 33-35
                14. Nameographs, pp. 36-44
                15. Broadway Isn't New York, pp. 45-54
                16. Don't Let Contract Scare You by Milton C. Work, pp. 55-57
                17. Editorial, pp. 58-60
                18. Cover by Anita Parkhurst
              10. [+]
                June 8, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Speak Up or Dry Up by William E. Borah, pp. 5-6
                2. Lest We Forget by Alexander Woollcott, p. 7
                3. All Was Ambrosial by Jerome Beatty, pp. 8-9
                4. Be Yourself by F.R. Buckley, pp. 10-11
                5. Fearsome and Wonderful, pp. 12-13
                6. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 14-15
                7. Nothing Up My Sleeve by Thurston the Magician, pp. 16-17
                8. An Old Fool Likes an Old Fool by Guy Gilpatric, pp. 18-21
                9. Rounds of Pleasure by Grantland Rice, pp. 22-23
                10. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 24-27
                11. Drop That Pie!;Telling how Gloria Swanson refused to be a clown and became an actress i... by John B. Kennedy, pp. 28-31
                12. In One Ear, pp. 32-36
                13. Silver Lining by Frederick Skerry, p. 37
                14. Odds on Mr. Brown, pp. 38-42
                15. Catching Up with the World by Edwin E. Slosson, p. 43
                16. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 44-45
                17. Don't Let Contract Scare You by Milton C. Work, pp. 46-49
                18. Colliergraphs, pp. 50-59
                19. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 60-65
                20. Editorial, pp. 66-68
                21. Cover by E.M. Jackson
              11. [+]
                June 15, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. An Eagel Flies by William Dudley Pelley, pp. 5-7
                2. A Job for Jack by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9
                3. The Strong Grasses by Don Marquis, pp. 10-11
                4. Talk About Iron Men by Grantland Rice, p. 12
                5. "I Never Saw a Duke Before" by Clarence Budington Kelland, pp. 13-14
                6. Ringside Seat by Ring Lardner, p. 15
                7. One on the House by Corey Ford, pp. 16-17
                8. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 18-22
                9. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 23-27
                10. The Prodigal Sun by Ruth F. Wadsworth, m.D., pp. 28-29
                11. We're All Afraid of Something by William S. Sadler, M.D., pp. 30-31
                12. Upstairs and Down by Samuel Taylor Moore, pp. 32-37
                13. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 38-39
                14. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 40-41
                15. Routing the Little Red Bug by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 42-47
                16. Nameographs, pp. 48-49
                17. With Their Eyes on '32, pp. 50-53
                18. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 54-65
                19. Editorials, pp. 66-68
                20. Cover by Walter Beach Humphrey
              12. [+]
                June 22, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. Still Waters by Frederic F. Van de Water, pp. 5-7
                2. High-Handed and Hell-Bent by Owen P. White, pp. 8-9
                3. Equity by Hugh Wiley, pp. 10-11
                4. Laugh This Off by Rob Wagner, pp. 12-13
                5. The Invitation by John B. Kennedy, p. 14
                6. The Price of Prestige by Mrs. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, p. 15
                7. The Look of the Month, pp. 16-17
                8. The Imperfect Alibi by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 18-21
                9. "June 21" by Walton Green, pp. 22-24
                10. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 25-28
                11. Wanted: A Champion by Grantland Rice, pp. 29-31
                12. Summer Lightning by P.G. Wodehouse, pp. 32-35
                13. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 36-37
                14. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 38-39
                15. Believe It or Not? by R.L. Ripley, pp. 40-41
                16. Colliergraphs, pp. 42-43
                17. The Perfect republican, pp. 44-57
                18. Editorial, p. 58
                19. Cover by Alan Foster
            3. [+]
              Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1929 = 13 Issues, 258 Articles
              1. [+]
                July 6, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Put Him on a Spot by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 5-7
                2. It Must Be the Climate by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9
                3. Pro and Coin by Grantland Rice, p. 10
                4. Open to Argument by David Thibault, pp. 11-12
                5. Why We Have Left Hands by Ring Lardner, p. 13
                6. Fast Company by Roark Bradford, pp. 14-15
                7. Holidays Included, pp. 16-17
                8. The Glorious Defeat by George Creel, pp. 18-19
                9. Something on the Rent by Carrington Phelps, pp. 20-21
                10. Shop, Look and Listen by Uncle Henry, pp. 22-23
                11. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 24-27
                12. Eve in Action by Betty Thornley, pp. 28-32
                13. Still Waters by Frederic F. Van de Water, pp. 33-35
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 36-37
                15. Food for Thought by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 38-43
                16. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 44-46
                17. Young Timber, pp. 47-51
                18. Colliergraphs, pp. 52-53
                19. Believe It or Not! by R.L. Ripley, pp. 54-57
                20. Editorial, pp. 58-60
                21. Cover by C.M. Sexton
              2. [+]
                July 13, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. The Squel of the Sucker by Courtney Ryley Cooper, pp. 5-7
                2. Call Out the Marines by Dr. Clarence True Wilson, pp. 8-9
                3. The Prisoner by James Sayre Pickering, pp. 10-11
                4. About Face! Forward---March!, pp. 12-13
                5. Still Waters by Frederic F. Van de Water, pp. 14-15
                6. The Hero Pays by Grantland Rice, p. 16
                7. One and One by Eddie Cantor, p. 17
                8. Silk Hat by Katherine Brush, pp. 18-19
                9. Valerie Takes a Flier by Eric Hatch, pp. 20-24
                10. John D. at 90 by John T. Flynn, pp. 25-27
                11. Eat, Drink, But Be Wary by Royal S. Copeland, M.D., pp. 28-31
                12. Riding the Rooks by Al Demaree, pp. 32-33
                13. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 34-37
                14. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 38-44
                15. At Hoover's Elbow, pp. 45-51
                16. Nameographs, pp. 52-54
                17. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 55-57
                18. Editorial, pp. 58-60
                19. Cover by Revere F. Wistehuff
              3. [+]
                July 20, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 5-7
                2. Dripping Dry Dallas by Owen P. White, pp. 8-9
                3. Sweet Rosie O'Grady by Paul Deresco Augsburg, pp. 10-11
                4. The Look of the Month, pp. 12-13
                5. Alias Kid Mangle by Thomas McMorrow, pp. 14-15
                6. Here Come the Elephants! by Grantland Rice, p. 16
                7. How to Be Happy Though a Parent by Emily Post, p. 17
                8. Just a Believer by Hugh McNair Kahler, pp. 18-19
                9. Harpo Smites His Lyre by Alexander Woollcott, pp. 20-21
                10. The Day the World Ended by Sax Rohmer, pp. 22-25
                11. Some Party! by Uncle Henry, pp. 26-27
                12. Still Waters by Frederic F. Van de Water, pp. 28-31
                13. Bagged by Jeffery Farnol, pp. 32-33
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 34-35
                15. Colliergraphs, pp. 36-37
                16. Catching Up with the World by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 38-42
                17. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 43-53
                18. The Hoover Boys at Sea, pp. 54-57
                19. Editorials, pp. 58-60
                20. Cover by Maxfield Parrish
              4. [+]
                July 27, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Old-Fashioned Pete by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 5-7
                2. There's a Great Day Coming by William B. Stout, pp. 8-9
                3. Sound Business by Jerome Beatty, pp. 10-11
                4. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 12-13
                5. Rich Men's Toys by Grantland Rice, p. 14
                6. Tee Time by Ring Lardner, p. 15
                7. All Clear! by Mark Barr, p. 16
                8. A Song That Anna Held Sang by Paul Deresco Augsburg, pp. 17-19
                9. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 20-22
                10. A Dress for Cinderella by Inn Claire, pp. 23-25
                11. In One Ear, pp. 26-27
                12. The Rook by Jeffery Farnol, pp. 28-29
                13. Early Birds, pp. 30-33
                14. Still Waters by Frederic F. Van de Water, pp. 34-38
                15. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 39-41
                16. Nameographs, pp. 42-43
                17. The Peyote Paradise by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 44-47
                18. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 48-58
                19. The Major Prophet, pp. 59-61
                20. Editorial, p. 62
                21. Cover by Anita Parkhurst
              5. [+]
                August 3, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. He's My Man by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 5-7
                2. What's Wrong with Prohibition? by Dr. Clarence True Wilson, pp. 8-9
                3. She Dupes to Conquer by H.C. Witwer, pp. 10-11
                4. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 12-13
                5. Still Waters by Frederic F. Van de Water, pp. 14-15
                6. Bumping the Umps by Al Demaree, pp. 16-17
                7. Evil Intent by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 18-21
                8. One-Man Shows by Grantland Rice, pp. 22-23
                9. Publicity by Frank Condon, pp. 24-25
                10. Twice in the Same place by Walter Davenport, pp. 26-28
                11. The Last Leader by John B. Kennedy, pp. 29-34
                12. The Skin Game by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., p. 35
                13. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 36-37
                14. After the Honeymoon, pp. 38-41
                15. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 42-43
                16. Catching Up with the World by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 44-53
                17. Colliergraphs, pp. 54-57
                18. How to Stop the Dry Killings, pp. 58-60
                19. Cover by Louis Fancher
              6. [+]
                August 10, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. Galloping Pete by Thomas McMorrow, pp. 5-7
                2. Wichita's Chillun Got Wings by W.B. Courtney, pp. 8-9
                3. A Young Man in Peril by Dana Burnet, pp. 10-11
                4. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 12-13
                5. Five Grand by Hugh MacNair Kahler, p. 14
                6. Oh, Shoot! by Ring Lardner, p. 15
                7. The Hindenburg Lion by Grantland Rice, p. 16
                8. In the Dark by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 17-19
                9. About Face by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., pp. 20-21
                10. Portia, West of the Pecos by Owen P. White, pp. 22-25
                11. Uncle Same Goes Modern by Merle Thorpe, pp. 26-29
                12. Still Waters by Frederic F. Van de Water, pp. 30-33
                13. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 34-36
                14. Motor halitosis by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 37-39
                15. Nameographs, pp. 40-48
                16. The Kansas Cut-Ups, pp. 49-61
                17. Editorial, pp. 62-64
                18. Cover by Anita Parkhurst
              7. [+]
                August 17, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. No More Widows! by Frank Condon, pp. 5-7
                2. Meet and Drink by Owen P. White, pp. 8-9
                3. The Trial of Lawyer Jones by Grantland Rice, p. 10
                4. The New Bloom by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 11-12
                5. No Son of Mine by Charley Paddock, p. 13
                6. Bagatelle by George R. Preedy, pp. 14-15
                7. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 16-17
                8. A Point of Honor by B.L. Jacot, p. 18
                9. Sheer Modernism by Marie Beynon Ray, p. 19
                10. Galloping Pepe by Thomas McMorrow, pp. 20-21
                11. The Fifty-Cent Peace by Octavus Roy Cohen, pp. 22-23
                12. Net Results, pp. 24-25
                13. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 26-27
                14. The Future Evolution of Man by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 28-32
                15. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 33-35
                16. Colliergraphs, pp. 36-38
                17. Pride of Kentucky, p. 39
                18. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 40-57
                19. Editorial, pp. 58-60
                20. Cover by R. John Holmgren
              8. [+]
                August 24, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. Catfish Wiggins Comes Through by Jerome Beatty, pp. 5-7
                2. Please Pass the Gravy by Clinton W. Gilbert, pp. 8-9
                3. Alibi by Hugh MacNair Kahler, pp. 10-11
                4. The Look of the Month, pp. 12-13
                5. The Siren of the Marsh by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 14-15
                6. Protection by Harold Lamb, pp. 16-17
                7. Lank and Ernest by John B. Kennedy, pp. 18-19
                8. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 20-23
                9. Click Work by Uncle Henry, pp. 24-25
                10. Soakem O'Riley by Owen P. White, pp. 26-27
                11. Housemaid's Knee by Dagny Hansen, pp. 28-31
                12. Galloping Pepe by Thomas McMorrow, pp. 32-33
                13. The Magic Ingredient by Grantland Rice, pp. 34-35
                14. Nameographs, pp. 36-39
                15. The Tariff Trumpeter, pp. 40-41
                16. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 42-43
                17. Vitamins in Margarines by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 44-45
                18. How Would You Play It? by Milton c. Work, pp. 46-57
                19. Editorial, pp. 58-60
                20. Cover by Herbert Paus
              9. [+]
                August 31, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 5-7
                2. Hired Hands Across the Sea by John T. Flynn, pp. 8-9
                3. Jantie Wants a Plumber by Ruth Burr Sanborn, pp. 10-11
                4. A Nice Quiet Racket by Ring Lardner, p. 12
                5. Rough Passage by Octavus Roy Cohen, p. 13
                6. In One Ear, p. 14
                7. Lessons Between the Acts by Alexander Woollcott, p. 15
                8. Take Your Time!, pp. 16-17
                9. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 18-19
                10. One of the Best by Samuel McCoy, pp. 20-21
                11. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 22-23
                12. Galloping Pete by Thomas McMorrow, pp. 24-25
                13. California---Here They Come! by Grantland Rice, pp. 26-27
                14. How to Know Tigers by General William Mitchell, pp. 28-29
                15. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 30-35
                16. Gay Mr. Hoover, pp. 36-39
                17. Colliergraphs, pp. 40-43
                18. High Gas and Dry Tanks by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 44-47
                19. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 48-57
                20. Editorial, p. 58
                21. Cover by Edmund Davenport
              10. [+]
                September 7, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                1. Firing Squad by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 5-7
                2. What Can a Wet Town Do? by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9
                3. Beauty at a Glance, pp. 10-11
                4. The Right Dope by John B. Kennedy, pp. 12-13
                5. Marks for Life by Grantland Rice, p. 14
                6. The Rice Have No Troubles by Elmer Davis, pp. 15-16
                7. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 17-19
                8. What! No Chaperons? by Emily Post, pp. 20-22
                9. The Big Punch by Rob Wagner, pp. 23-25
                10. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 26-31
                11. Call the Yard, Watson! by Joseph Gollomb, pp. 32-34
                12. Knock 'Em Cold by Walter Davenport, pp. 35-37
                13. A Good Job by Karl W. Detzer, pp. 38-41
                14. Homer Gets Along by Gerald Mygatt, pp. 42-45
                15. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 46-48
                16. What Makes You Mad? by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 49-51
                17. Our Lucky Couzens, pp. 52-53
                18. Nameographs, pp. 54-61
                19. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 62-77
                20. Editorial, pp. 78-80
                21. Cover by Herbert Paus
              11. [+]
                September 14, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. The Making of a Gentleman by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 7-9
                2. Whatever Goes Up by John T. Flynn, pp. 10-11
                3. The Indian Summer of Bugaboo Jones by Roark Bradford, pp. 12-13
                4. The Hold-Out by Denver Lindley, p. 14
                5. The Lonesome Eagle by Uncle Harry, p. 15
                6. I'm Not Scared of the General by B.L. Jacot, pp. 16-17
                7. Tweed is Boss by Betty Thornley, p. 18
                8. Bad News for Pitchers by Ring Lardner, p. 19
                9. Came the Brawn by Grantland Rice, p. 20
                10. A Neglected Giant by George Creel, pp. 21-24
                11. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 25-27
                12. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 28-29
                13. Nothing but a Ghost by Albert Richard Wetjen, pp. 30-34
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 35-37
                15. The Inventions of Prof. L.G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, pp. 38-46
                16. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 47-61
                17. Colliergraphs, pp. 62-64
                18. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 65-69
                19. Editorial, pp. 70-72
                20. Cover by John Holmgren
              12. [+]
                September 21, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 7-9
                2. Who Laughs Last by William G. Shepherd, pp. 10-11
                3. Cafeteria Girl by Paul Deresco Augsburg, pp. 12-13
                4. Golf Poison by Grantland Rice, p. 14
                5. His Own Coin by B.D. Mann, p. 15
                6. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 16-17
                7. Mastering the Mike by John B. Kennedy, pp. 18-19
                8. Something Bright by Robert E. Locher, pp. 20-21
                9. Ice-Cold Kisses by Fred MacIsaac, pp. 22-25
                10. You Can't Convict a Pretty Woman by Ferrin L. Fraser, pp. 26-29
                11. Hold that Boat Train! by Fitzhugh Green, pp. 30-31
                12. Quitting Time by A.A. Proctor, pp. 32-33
                13. April Escapade by Kathleen Norris, pp. 34-39
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 40-42
                15. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 43-47
                16. Nameographs, pp. 48-52
                17. Catching up With the World by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 53-73
                18. Editorial, pp. 74-76
                19. Cover by Russell Sambrook
              13. [+]
                September 28, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. King Karney by Richard Connell, pp. 7-8
                2. Pig Iron Dugan by Francis Wallace, pp. 9-10
                3. Coaches to the Depot by Grantland Rice, p. 11
                4. Chain Likening by John T. Flynn, pp. 12-13
                5. The Look of the Month, pp. 14-15
                6. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 16-17
                7. Any Ice Today, Lady? by Ring Lardner, pp. 18-19
                8. And Coffee for One by B.L. Jacot, pp. 20-25
                9. Scraping before Royalty by George Creel, pp. 26-27
                10. False-Face by F.R. Buckley, pp. 28-29
                11. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 30-33
                12. Get a Mouthful of This by Dr. Ruth F. Wadsworth, pp. 34-37
                13. Star of Madagascar by Paul Deresco Augsburg, pp. 38-41
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 42-43
                15. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 44-46
                16. Colliergraphs, pp. 47-68
                17. Picked out of the Air by Jack Binns, p. 69
                18. Editorial, p. 70
                19. Nell Hott
            4. [+]
              Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1929 = 11 Issues, 211 Articles
              1. [+]
                October 5, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. She'll Never Know by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 7-9
                2. 300 Miles to the Gallon! by William G. Shepherd, pp. 10-11
                3. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 12-13
                4. Punch and Rudy by H.C. Witwer, pp. 14-15
                5. Chief Bright Path by Charley Paddock, pp. 16-17
                6. Conchia by Owen P. White, pp. 18-20
                7. Bootleg Fashions by Germaine de Renty, p. 21
                8. The Thirteenth Card by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 22-25
                9. For the Wife and Kiddies by John B. Kennedy, pp. 26-28
                10. The National Crash by Grantland Rice, pp. 29-31
                11. A Prudent Man by Ben Ames Williams, pp. 32-35
                12. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 36-49
                13. Nameographs, pp. 50-57
                14. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 58-65
                15. Pennsylvania Blues: Led by Dave Reed, pp. 66-69
                16. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 70-74
                17. Catching up with the World by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 75-77
                18. Editorial, pp. 78-80
                19. Cover by Frances Tipton Hunter
              2. [+]
                October 12, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. Let Freedom Ring by Peter B. Kyne, pp. 7-9
                2. Stout Heart by Jerome Beatty, pp. 10-11
                3. When the Mountains Labor by Walter Davenport, pp. 12-13
                4. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 14-15
                5. Mandy Moves Up by Laurie York Erskine, pp. 16-17
                6. A Frontier Mother by Owen P. White, pp. 18-21
                7. Our Home in the Limelight by Estelle Taylor, pp. 22-23
                8. The Ride by John B. Kennedy, pp. 24-25
                9. Captain Courageous by William Almon Wolff, pp. 26-30
                10. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 31-34
                11. Cubs Win World Series by Ring Lardner, pp. 35-37
                12. Scold that Line! by Grantland Rice, pp. 38-39
                13. Chief Bright Path by Charley Paddock, pp. 40-47
                14. Colliergraphs, pp. 48-55
                15. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 56-65
                16. A Traveling Man's Weight by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 66-74
                17. Picked out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 75-78
                18. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 79-85
                19. Editorial, pp. 86-88
                20. Cover by E.M. Jackson
              3. [+]
                October 19, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. The Girl at Zinky's by George Weston, pp. 7-9
                2. War, Perfect War by William G. Shepherd, pp. 10-11
                3. Crazy Gal by Roark Bradford, pp. 12-13
                4. The Spider and the Flies by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 14-15
                5. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 16-17
                6. Once a Trouper by Hugh Leamy, pp. 18-19
                7. No News Value by James B. Connolly, pp. 20-24
                8. A Frontier Mother by Owen P. White, pp. 25-27
                9. Good Gracious! by Jane Cowl, pp. 28-29
                10. Chief Bright Path by Charley Paddock, pp. 30-32
                11. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 33-35
                12. Revival of the Fittest by Grantland Rice, pp. 36-39
                13. No Risk by Mark Barr, pp. 40-41
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 42-43
                15. The World's Ice Box by E.E. Slosson, pp. 44-46
                16. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 47-54
                17. Nameographs, pp. 55-58
                18. Picked out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 59-73
                19. Editorial, pp. 74-76
                20. Cover by Louis Fancher
              4. [+]
                October 26, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. The Night Visitor by Arnold Bennett, pp. 7-9
                2. Bright Girl by Walter Davenport and Emanuel H. Lavine, pp. 10-11
                3. Love Letters by Frank Condon, pp. 12-13
                4. The Look of the Month, pp. 14-15
                5. Papa by Dana Burnet, pp. 16-17
                6. Gentleman Bill by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 18-21
                7. Don't Crowd Them by Dr. Ruth F. Wadsworth, pp. 22-23
                8. The Invisible Fish by Alexander Woollcott, pp. 24-25
                9. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 26-29
                10. Chief Bright Path by Charley Paddock, pp. 30-31
                11. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 32-39
                12. King for a Day by Grantland Rice, pp. 40-44
                13. A Frontier Mother by Owen P. White, pp. 45-47
                14. The Very First Try by James N. Young, pp. 48-49
                15. Word Hunt, pp. 50-51
                16. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 52-60
                17. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 61-72
                18. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 73-81
                19. Editorial, pp. 82-84
                20. Cover by John Holmgren
              5. [+]
                November 2, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. The Yodeling Lady by Jerome Beatty, pp. 7-9
                2. Head Over Heels by Grantland Rice, p. 10
                3. There's Always Way by Stanley Tipton, p. 11
                4. The Virginia Reel by Walter Davenport, pp. 12-13
                5. One Man Too Many by Laurie York Erskine, pp. 14-15
                6. Meddling Through by Hugh MacNair Kahler, pp. 16-17
                7. Hero Stuff by John W. Heisman, pp. 18-19
                8. Now Come All You Good People by Hugh Leamy, p. 20
                9. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 21-23
                10. Leave It to the Ladies by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 24-27
                11. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 28-33
                12. Miss and Make-Up by Betty Thornley, pp. 34-35
                13. Professor Butts by Rube Goldberg, pp. 36-43
                14. Nameographs, pp. 44-45
                15. Word Hunt, pp. 46-48
                16. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 49-54
                17. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 55-59
                18. Picked Out of the Air by Jack Binns, pp. 60-73
                19. Editorials, pp. 74-76
                20. Cover by Sam Brown
              6. [+]
                November 9, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. Fires of Baal by Sax Rohmer, pp. 7-9
                2. Setting Them Up in Ohio by Owen P. White, pp. 10-11
                3. Behind Closed Doors by John B. Kennedy, pp. 12-13
                4. The Shoestring Marriage by F.W. Bronson, pp. 14-15
                5. The Rambling Rouster by Roark Bradford, pp. 16-17
                6. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 18-20
                7. Rough Humor by John W. Heisman, p. 21
                8. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 22-25
                9. The Long and the Short of It by Betty Thornley, pp. 26-27
                10. The Rickard I Knew by Joe Humphreys, pp. 28-29
                11. The Heavy Mystery by Grantland Rice, pp. 30-31
                12. Tomorrow by Jeffery Farnol, pp. 32-37
                13. Word Hunt, pp. 38-39
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 40-41
                15. Colliergraphs, pp. 42-55
                16. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 56-65
                17. Editorial, pp. 66-68
                18. Cover by Revere Wistehuff
              7. [+]
                November 16, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. The Age of Youth by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 7-9
                2. Doughboys' Dough by William G. Shepherd, pp. 10-11
                3. Tommy Gets the Breaks by Jerome Beatty, pp. 12-13
                4. The Troublesome Kingdom of Selm by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 14-16
                5. Dutiful but Numb by Grantland Rice, p. 17
                6. Wild Parties by Dr. Raymond L. Ditmars, pp. 18-19
                7. The Girl Who Blushed by George Weston, pp. 20-24
                8. Here are Men by John W. Heisman, p. 25
                9. Hi-jacking the Face by Uncle Henry, pp. 26-27
                10. The Prince's Darling by George R. Preedy, pp. 28-31
                11. Bob Right by Marie Beynon Ray, pp. 32-33
                12. Stop the Snow! by John B. Kennedy, pp. 34-35
                13. In a Bottle by W. Ron Ferguson, pp. 36-38
                14. The Yellowjacket Feud by Zane Grey, pp. 39-49
                15. Word Hunt, pp. 50-64
                16. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 65-80
                17. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, p. 81
                18. Editorial, pp. 82-84
                19. Cover by Jay Hyde Barnum
              8. [+]
                November 30, 1929 Issue = 19 Articles
                1. If I Was Alone with You by Richard Connell, pp. 7-9
                2. The Mule Man by Roark Bradford, pp. 10-11
                3. Words on the Wing by W.B. Courtney, pp. 12-13
                4. Making Money by William G. Shepherd, p. 14
                5. You Have to be Firm with Pumas by B.L. Jacot, pp. 15-16
                6. A Royal Good Fellow by Richard Dent, p. 17
                7. The Moll-Trap by Howard McLellan, pp. 18-19
                8. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, p. 20
                9. Fast Work by Grantland Rice, p. 21
                10. The Age of Youth---Part III by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 22-23
                11. Army Black and Navy Blue by Ring Lardner, p. 24
                12. The Yellowjacket Feud---Part XI by Zane Grey, pp. 25-27
                13. Fatal Distinctions by Frederick Skerry, pp. 28-30
                14. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 31-35
                15. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 36-42
                16. Word Hunt, p. 43
                17. Nameographs, pp. 44-65
                18. Editorials, p. 66
                19. Cover by Maxfield Parrish
              9. [+]
                December 7, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                1. The Lion and the Lamb by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 7-9
                2. Bigger Guns or Better Homes? by William E. Borah, pp. 10-11
                3. No Romance by Hugh MacNair Kahler, pp. 12-13
                4. Choosing the All-America Team by Grantland Rice, p. 14
                5. A Star for a Night by Regina J. Woody, pp. 15-16
                6. Ain't Nature Gland! by Ruth F. Wadsworth, M.D., p. 17
                7. The Prince of Pleasure by Richard Dent, p. 18
                8. Merrily We Roll Along by Betty Thornley, p. 19
                9. The Kiwi Cross by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 20-21
                10. The Age of Youth---Part IV by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 22-23
                11. The Breath Battalion by Uncle Henry, p. 24
                12. The Yellowjacket Feud---Part XII by Zane Grey, pp. 25-27
                13. Mr. Remsen's Racket by John B. Kennedy, pp. 28-30
                14. Sentenced to Swing by Alan LeMay, p. 31
                15. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 32-43
                16. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 44-52
                17. Colliergraphs, pp. 53-65
                18. Word Hunt, pp. 66-77
                19. Editorial, pp. 78-80
                20. Cover by Walter Beach Humphrey
              10. [+]
                December 21, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. Catfish Wiggins Tries the Planets by Jerome Beatty, pp. 7-9
                2. It's Hard to Get You Up by William P. MacCracken, Jr. and W.B. Courtney, pp. 10-11
                3. The Lion and the Lamb, Part III by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 12-13
                4. Beltarbet's Price by George R. Preedy, pp. 14-15
                5. On the Scent by Betty Thornley, p. 16
                6. Sailcloth and Satin by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 17-18
                7. Bobby or Bust by Ring Lardner, p. 19
                8. The Look of the Month, pp. 20-21
                9. With Love by Frederick Skerry, p. 22
                10. The Scorching Spotlight by Grantland Rice, p. 23
                11. The Age of Youth, Part VI by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 24-25
                12. The Pinch Hitter by George Creel, pp. 26-30
                13. The Market Jack Built by H.I. Phillips, p. 31
                14. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 32-33
                15. Word Hunt, pp. 34-43
                16. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 44-53
                17. Editorial, pp. 54-56
                18. Cover by C.H. Twelvetrees
              11. [+]
                December 28, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. The All-America Football Team by Grantland Rice, pp. 7-9
                2. Twenty Years by Sidney Waldo, pp. 10-11
                3. "You Got Another Papa on the Erie Line" by William Pickett Helm, pp. 12-13
                4. Nothing Ever Happens Here by Lynn Montross, pp. 14-15
                5. The Inventions of Professor Lucifer G. Butts, A.K. by Rube Goldberg, p. 16
                6. The Great Rebel by George Creel, pp. 17-18
                7. A Rainbow 'Round the Dishpan by Ruth M. Carson and Jessie Keena, p. 19
                8. The Spotter by Stephen Morehouse Avery, pp. 20-21
                9. The Lion and the Lamb, Part IV by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 22-23
                10. The Age of Youth, Part VII by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 24-25
                11. Secret Service by John B. Kennedy, pp. 26-29
                12. In Terms of Business by Frederick Skerry, pp. 30-33
                13. Gold Tips by Uncle Henry, pp. 34-45
                14. The Gentleman at the Keyhole, pp. 46-47
                15. Word Hunt, pp. 48-49
                16. How Would You Play It? by Milton C. Work, pp. 50-53
                17. Editorial, p. 54
                18. Cover by E.M. Jackson
        2. [+]
          Issues of the 1930s = 10 Years, 498 Issues, 7,650 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1930 = 44 Issues, 815 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1931 = 44 Issues, 768 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1932 = 52 Issues, 815 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1933 = 49 Issues, 688 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1934 = 51 Issues, 720 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1935 = 50 Issues, 738 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1936 = 51 Issues, 768 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1937 = 52 Issues, 792 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1938 = 53 Issues, 775 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1939 = 52 Issues, 771 Articles
                            2. [+]
                              Issues of the 1940s = 10 Years, 510 Issues, 9,729 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1940 = 50 Issues, 760 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1941 = 52 Issues, 864 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1942 = 50 Issues, 921 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1943 = 45 Issues, 843 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1944 = 53 Issues, 1,122 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 1945 = 52 Issues, 1,082 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 1946 = 51 Issues, 1,016 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1947 = 52 Issues, 962 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1948 = 52 Issues, 1,047 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1949 = 53 Issues, 1,112 Articles
                                                2. [+]
                                                  Issues of the 1950s = 8 Years, 269 Issues, 4,994 Articles
                                                  1. [+]
                                                    Issues of 1950 = 51 Issues, 902 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      Issues of 1951 = 52 Issues, 912 Articles
                                                      1. [+]
                                                        Issues of 1952 = 52 Issues, 973 Articles
                                                        1. [+]
                                                          Issues of 1953 = 41 Issues, 747 Articles
                                                          1. [+]
                                                            Issues of 1954 = 26 Issues, 541 Articles
                                                            1. [+]
                                                              Issues of 1955 = 20 Issues, 393 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 1956 = 26 Issues, 506 Articles
                                                                1. [+]
                                                                  Issues of 1957 = 1 Issue, 20 Articles