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R. Lowe Thompson Archives
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The History of the Devil (1929)
The Horned God of the West
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    The Cave Man within Us (3 Reviews)
    The Story of Superstition, by Philip F. Waterman
    1. The Story of Superstition by Philip F. Waterman
    2. The History of the Devil by R. Lowe Thompson
    3. Rope and Faggot by Walter Francis White
    The New Republic, May 8, 1929, p. 337
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    Notes On New Books (4 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. The History of the Devil by R. Lowe Thompson
    2. Psyching the Ads by Carroll Rheinstrom
    3. Bookbinding by William F. Matthews
    4. Some Notes on Bookbinding by Douglas Cockerell
    The Bookman, September 1929
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    The Devil Dies Hard (4 Reviews)
    Witchcraft in Old and New England, by George Lyman Kittredge
    1. Witchcraft in Old and New England by George Lyman Kittredge
    2. Sibyls and Seers by Edwyn R. Bevan
    3. The History of the Devil by R. Lowe Thompson
    4. The Story of Superstition by Philip F. Waterman
    The Saturday Review, April 20, 1929, p. 904
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    Picked at Random (13 Reviews)
    The History of the Devil, by R. Lowe Thompson
    1. The History of the Devil by R. Lowe Thompson
    2. Skippy by Percy L. Crosby
    3. Bushwacking, and Other Asiatic Tales and Memories by Hugh Clifford
    4. Who's Who Among the Microbes by William H. Park and Anna W. Williams
    5. Father William by Donald Ogden Stewart
    6. Stendhal by Paul Hazard
    7. Strange Moon by T.S. Stribling
    8. Through the Lattice by Evelyne Close
    9. The Six Mrs. Greenes by Lorna Rea
    10. One of Those Ways by Marie Belloc Lowndes
    11. The Clue of the Clot by Charles Barry
    12. Death on Scurvey Street by Ben Ames Williams
    13. The Key to the Casa by Keck Orbison
    The Outlook, May 15, 1929, p. 111