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Edward B. Marks • 3 Items / 2 Books, 1 Article
They All Sang (1934)
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    Those Good Old Days (Review)
    They All Sang, by Edward B. Marks
    1. They All Sang by Edward B. Marks
    The American Mercury, May 1934, p. 127
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    Americana
    1. They All Sang by Edward B. Marks
    The New Republic, March 28, 1934, p. 194
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    Songs of Other Days (Review)
    They All Sang, by Edward B. Marks
    1. They All Sang by Edward B. Marks
    The Saturday Review, March 3, 1934, p. 524
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    The Art of Yielding (2 Reviews)
    Stephen Foster: America's Troubadour, by John Tasker Howard
    1. Stephen Foster: America's Troubadour by John Tasker Howard
    2. They All Sang by Edward B. Marks
    The Nation, April 25, 1934, pp. 484-485
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    Books in Brief (17 Reviews)
    The Robber Barons, by Matthew Josephson
    1. The Robber Barons by Matthew Josephson
    2. The Native's Return by Louis Adamic
    3. They All Sang by Edward B. Marks
    4. More or Less About Myself by Margot Asquith
    5. The World Is Yours by G.B. Lancaster
    6. City Harvest by Margaret Cheney Dawson
    7. The Paris Front by Michel Corday
    8. Shake Hands with the Devil by Rearden Conner
    9. On the Shore by Albert Halper
    10. Lost Man! by Elliot L. Grant Watson
    11. Ridgeways by Frances Barton Fox
    12. This Much Is Mine by Nola Henderson
    13. Salah and His American by Leland Hall
    14. Artist Among the Bankers by William Henry Dyson
    15. Bright Ambush by Audrey Wurdemann
    16. I Went to Pit College by Lauren Gilfillan
    17. Kemmerer on Money by Edwin Walter Kemmerer
    The Forum, March 1934