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Mary Watkins Cushing • 3 Books
First Aid to the Opera Goer (1924)
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Published Reviews
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    First Aid to the Opera Goer, by Mary Fitch Watkins
    1. First Aid to the Opera Goer by Mary Fitch Watkins
    The Bookman, February 1925, p. 782
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    The New Books (2 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. First Aid to the Opera Goer by Mary Fitch Watkins
    2. What Music Does to Us by Milo E. Benedict
    The Saturday Review, October 3, 1925, p. 183
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    The New Books (4 Reviews)
    Travel, Etc.
    1. Seeing Canada by John T. Faris
    2. Why the Weather? by Charles Franklin Brooks and John Nelson
    3. Mary, the Mother of Jesus by Alice Meynell
    4. First Aid to the Opera Goer by Mary Fitch Watkins
    The Outlook, October 15, 1924, p. 260
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    Among the New Books (17 Reviews)
    Letters to Three Friends, by Mark Rutherford
    1. Letters to Three Friends by Mark Rutherford
    2. In Gipsy Camp and Royal Palace by E.O. Hoppe
    3. Balisand by Joseph Hergesheimer
    4. Why Be a Goop? by Gelett Burgess
    5. The Color of a Great City by Theodore Dreiser
    6. The Dark Cloud by Thomas Boyd
    7. Tales of the Old-Timers by Frederick R. Bechdolt
    8. "You Takes Your Choice" by Clinton W. Gilbert
    9. The Fire in the Flint by Walter Francis White
    10. My Dear Cornelia by Stuart P. Sherman
    11. The Joys and Tribulations of an Editor by L. Frank Tooker
    12. Herself and the Houseful by T.A. Daly
    13. First Aid to the Opera Goer by Mary Fitch Watkins
    14. Cargoes for Crusoes by Grant Overton
    15. Glimpses of Japan and Formosa by Harry A. Franck
    16. One-Act Plays of Today by J.W. Marriott
    17. Angkor the Magnificent by Helen Churchill Candee
    The Harpers Monthly, November 1924