Guide to the Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books' Collection

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Guide to the Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books' Collection 1915/1976

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Overview of the Collection

Collection Title: Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books' Collection
Dates: 1915-1976
Identification: MS-0124
Creator: Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books'
Physical Description: 2.08 linear ft
Language of Materials: English
Repository: Special Collections & University Archives
5500 Campanile Dr. MC 8050
San Diego, CA, 92182-8050
URL: http://library.sdsu.edu/scua
Email: scref@rohan.sdsu.edu
Phone: 619-594-6791

Historical Note:

The Haldeman-Julius 'Little Blue Books' were published at the Girard Publishing Plant in Girard, Kansas from 1915-1975. Though they were at first covered in paper of differing colors, by mid-1921 the books were produced with a plain blue exterior from whence their name derives. They were printed in standardized lengths of 32, 64, 96, or 128 pages, in keeping with the limitations of the presses used in the Girard plant.
The series was aimed at "Mr. Average Man," and so the books were very reasonably priced from the outset, first costing $0.25, and later, when production was at its peak, only $0.05 per book. Both re-printed classics and original works were included, and were referred to as a "University in Print" by Haldeman-Julius. The series' creator, Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, directed their production for 32 years, during which time 500 million Little Blue Books, representing more than two thousand different titles, were printed in his factory for distribution across the country. They were at the height of their popularity under his direction in the 1920s and 30s.
Emanuel Haldeman-Julius was born in Philadelphia in 1889, then named Emanuel Julius. In 1916 he married Marcet Haldeman, an enthusiastic women's rights supporter, and upon their marriage the couple decided to hyphenate their last name. Marcet Haldeman-Julius died in 1941, Emanuel in 1951, and so the couple's son, Henry, who by then had shortened his last name to "Haldeman," took control of the Blue Book business in 1954. He ran it with varying degrees of success for many years, but production volume and sales were never as great as they were in the 1920s, when "Little Blue Book" was a household phrase.

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Scope and Contents

The Haldeman-Julius Little Blue Books are arranged numerically by book number.

Detailed List of Contents

Box 1

Paine, Thomas. The Age of Reason. No. 4.

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Sanger, Margaret H. What Every Girl Should Know. No. 14.

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London, Jack. What Life Means to Me. No. 30.

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Maeterlinck, Maurice. Pelleas and Melisande. No. 31.

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Gunn, John W. Brann: Smasher of Shams. No. 33.

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Lytton-Bulwer, E. The House and the Brain. No. 40.

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Paine, Thomas. Common Sense. No. 50.

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Darrow, Clarence S. Insects and Men: Instinct and Reason. No. 53.

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Hudson, William Henry. Facts You Should Know About Herbert Spencer One of England's Mightiest Intellectuals. No. 55.

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Shelley. A Defence of Poetry. No. 63.

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Jones, W. Tudor. Rudolf Eucken: His Life and Philosophy. No. 64.

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Dumas, Alexander. Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. No. 69.

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Charles Lamb's Essays. No. 70.

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Greer, Joseph H., M.D. Physiology of Sex Life. No. 74.

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Bryan, William J. The Prince of Peace. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 76.

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What Great Men Learned About Women. No. 77.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Common Faults in Writing English. No. 82.

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Markun, Leo. The Evolution of Marriage. No. 83.

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Love Letters of a Portuguese Nun. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 84.

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Montaigne. Love An Essay. No. 87.

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Ingersoll, Robert G. Vindication of Thomas Paine. No. 88.

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Thompson, Clarence. Manhood: The Facts of Life Presented to Men. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 91.

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Shipley, Maynard. Hypnotism Made Plain. No. 92.

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Trial and Death of Socrates. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 94.

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Andreyev, Leonid. The Red Laugh. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 100.

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Voltaire. Pocket Theology. No. 103.

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How to Strengthen Mind and Memory. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 107.

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Proverbs of Japan. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 115.

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Proverbs of China. Appeal Pocket Series No. 116.

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Proverbs of Italy. No. 117.

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Proverbs of Spain. No. 120.

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Molière. The Misanthrope. No. 134.

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Weaver, George E. M.D. Measles, Diphtheria, Scarlet Fever, Chicken Pox and Whooping Cough. No. 136.

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Home Nursing. No. 137.

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Bowicke, F.M. Prof. Bismarck and the German Empire. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 142.

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Oliver Cromwell and His Times. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 147.

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Finger, Charles J. Lost Civilizations. Ten Cent Pocket Series no. 150.

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Kipling, Rudyard. The Man Who Would Be King. No. 151.

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Sex Life in Greece and Rome. No. 163.

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Michael Angelo's Sonnets. No. 164.

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Twain, Mark. English As She Is Spoke. No. 166.

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Randolph, Vance. A History of the Modern Church. No. 169.

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Wood, Clement. The Evolution of Sex. No. 172.

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Trial of William Penn. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 174.

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Gautier, Theophile. One of Cleopatra's Nights. No. 178.

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Ellis, Havelock. Eugenics Made Plain. No. 189.

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Fielding, William J. Psycho-Analysis: The Key to Human Behavior. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 190.

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Shipley, Maynard. Evolution Versus Dogma. No. 191.

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Wit and Wisdom of Charles Lamb. No. 193.

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Letters of Lord Chesterfield. No. 194.

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Thoreau, Henry David. Thoughts on Nature. No. 195.

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Allen deFord, Miriam. What Great French Women Learned About Love. No. 197.

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Voltaire. The Ignorant Philosopher. No. 200.

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Tichenor, H.M. Survival of the Fittest. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 202.

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Ellis, Havelock. The Love Rights of Women. No. 203.

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Artemus Ward His Book. No. 205.

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Goldberg, Isaac. Havelock Ellis and His Plea for a Sane Sex Life. No. 213.

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Eliot, George. The Wit of Heinrich Heine. No. 216.

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R. von Keler, Theodore. The Essence of the Talmud. No. 218.

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Maeterlinck, Maurice. How to Know Women And Other Essays. No. 221.

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Schnitzler, Arthur. Professor Bernhardi. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 226.

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Schnitzler, Arthur. The Anti-Semites (Professor Bernhardi: A Play). No. 226.

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Gautier, Theophile. The Fleece of Gold The Quest for a Blonde Mistress. No. 230.

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Twain, Mark. Eight Humorous Sketches. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 231.

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Love Affairs of King Henry VIII. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 236.

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Baudelaire. Poems in Prose. No. 237.

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Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 246.

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Shakespeare, William. Macbeth. No. 247.

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Shakespeare, William. King Henry IV Part I. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 257.

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Shakespeare, William. King Henry IV. Part III. No. 261.

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Stevenson, Robert Louis. Francois Villon: Student, Poet and Housebreaker. No. 293.

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Whitman, Walt. Prose Nature Notes. No. 299.

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Macaulay. Machiavelli. No. 305.

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Gunn, John W. Life and Works of Laurence Sterne. No. 312.

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Machiavelli. The Prince. No. 320.

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Finger, Charles J. Joseph Addison and His Time. No. 328.

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Yeats, W.B. Land of Heart's Desire. No. 335.

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Whitman, Walt. Memories of Lincoln. No. 351.

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Stevenson, Robert Louis. Virginibus Puerisque. No. 358.

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Harris, Frank. Man Shakespeare and His Tragic Life-Story. No. 361.

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McCabe, Joseph. Myths of Religious Statistics. No. 365.

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Conington's Translation. Odes of Horace. No. 366.

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Ward, Artemus. Comic Journey to California and Back. No. 368.

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Arnold, Matthew. Empedocles on Etna. No. 371.

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Wilde, Oscar. Truth of Masks. No. 373.

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Hugo, Victor. King Enjoys Himself. No. 379.

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Shah, Champak C. Proverbs of Hindustan. No. 388.

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Ouida. Nurnberg Stove. No. 392.

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Moore, George. Epigrams of George Moore. No. 402.

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Gambs, John S. Outline of Economics. No. 405.

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Carrington, Hereward, Ph.D. Great Men of Science. No. 409.

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Fenton, Carroll Lane. Age of Mammals. No. 415.

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Asch, Sholom. God of Vengeance. No. 416.

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McMichael, Charles B. Short Stories From the Spanish. No. 420.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. Vol. 1. No. 423.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. Vol. 3. No. 425.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. Vol. 4. No. 426.

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Crawford, Nelson Antrim, Ed. Love Poems of John Keats. No. 427.

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von Keler, Theodore M.R. Essence of the Koran: Book of Mohammedanism. No. 428.

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Finger, Charles J. Tragic Story of Oscar Wilde's Life. No. 432.

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Markun, Leo. Great Love of Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton. No. 434.

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Moritzen, Julius. Henrik Ibsen: His Life, Aim and Influence. No. 436.

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Finger, Charles J. Oscar Wilde in Outline. No. 442.

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Durant, Will, Ph.D. A Guide to Francis Bacon. No. 443.

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Carrington, Hereward, Ph.D. Psychical Research. No. 445.

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Powys, John Cowper. Essays on Montaigne, Pascal, Voltaire. No. 448.

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Fielding, William J. Autosuggestion and Health. No. 449.

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Powys, John Cowper. Essays on de Maupassant, Anatole France, William Blake. No. 450.

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Powys, John Cowper. Essays on Joseph Conrad and Oscar Wilde. No. 453.

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Haldeman-Julius, Mr. and Mrs. The Unworthy Coopers and Comtesse Du Jones. No. 454.

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von Keler, Theodore M.R. Lohengrin. No. 457.

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von Keler, Theodore M.R. Tannhaeuser. No. 458.

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Ross, Nelson E. How to Write Telegrams Properly. No. 459.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. Miscellaneous Essays. No. 460.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. Is progress an Illusion? and Other Notes. No. 464.

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Shipley, Maynard. Is Man an Electric Machine? No. 474.

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Goldberg, Isaac. Gilbert and Sullivan: A Handbook to the Famous Operettas. No. 476.

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Finger, Charles J. Privateersman: Captain Marryat. No. 483.

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Flury, Henry. The Menace of "Blue" Laws. No. 484.

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Power, R.A. Hints on Soils and Fertilizers. No. 486.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Thomas Carlyle's Philosophy of Clothes. No. 487.

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Carrington, Hereward, Ph.D. New Discoveries in Science. No. 493.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Dictionary of Classical Mythology. No. 499.

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Mason, John. Matthew Arnold's Literature and Dogma. No. 504.

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Moritzen, Julius. Life of Voltaire. No. 506.

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Goldberg, Isaac. Richard Wagner: An Introduction. No. 507.

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Darrow, Clarence, and Durant, Will. Are We Machines? No. 509

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Gold, Michael. Life of John Brown. No. 521.

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Gunn, John W. Life of Thomas Paine. No. 522.

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Schnittkind, Henry T. Guide to Aeschylus. No. 527.

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Moritzen, Julius. A Guide to Georg Brandes's "Main Currents in 19th Century Literature." No. 531.

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Harvey, Alexander. Essays on Jesus. No. 532.

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Powys, Llewelyn. Honey and Gall. No. 534.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays on the Poet and Nature. No. 544.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays on Love, Heroism and Prudence. No. 546.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays on Spiritual Laws and Circles. No. 547.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays on History and Intellect. No. 548.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays on Nominalist and Realist, Gifts and the Over-Soul. No. 549.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays on Beauty and Worship. No. 551.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays on Fate and Illusions. No. 552.

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Floyd, Esther. Hints on Etiquette. No. 556.

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Shipley, Maynard. Is the Moon a Dead World? No. 557.

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Defoe, Daniel. Robinson Crusoe. No. 559.

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Shipley, Maynard. New Light on Prehistoric Cultures. No. 563.

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Fenton, Carroll Lane. Ernst Haeckel: Youth. No. 566.

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Von Keler, Theodore M.R. Gotterdammerung. No. 569.

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Flaubert, Gustave. The Legend of Saint Julian the Hospitaller. No. 570.

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Schopenhauer, Arthur. The Christian system, and Other Essays. No. 574.

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Epictetus. The Encheiridion, or Manual. No. 576.

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Sinclair, Upton. The Jungle. Vol. II. No. 584.

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Sinclair, Upton. The Jungle. Vol. III. No. 585.

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Sinclair, Upton. The Jungle. Vol. IV. No. 586.

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Allen, James. As a Man Thinketh. No. 593.

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Sinclair, Upton. The Overman. No. 594.

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Recollections of La Jeunesse, andre Gide, and Franz Blei. The Truth About Oscar Wilde. No. 601.

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Seymour, Flora Warren. The Indians of the Pueblos. No. 605.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Disraeli: England's Novelist-Premier. No. 612.

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Randolph, Vance. Ancient Philosophers. No. 613.

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Flaubert, Gustave. Hamilcar: Great Man of Carthage. No. 617.

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Marlowe, Christopher. The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus. No. 619.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Xenophon's Memorabilia of Socrates. No. 622.

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Vedder, Henry C. Gospel of Luke. No. 624.

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Vedder, Henry C. Gospel of Mark. No. 625.

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Sinclair, Upton. Prince Hagen. No. 633.

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Drummonod, Henry. The Greatest Thing in the World. No. 636.

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Bacon, Francis. New Atlantis. No. 642.

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Bacon, Francis. Terse Truths About the Riddle of Life. No. 643.

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Goddard, Gloria. Confidential Chats with Wives. No. 645.

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Fielding, William J. What Every Young Man Should Know. No. 654.

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Fielding, William J. What Every Married Man Should Know. No. 656.

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Cunningham, Clarice, Ed. Toasts for All Occasions. No. 658.

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Dreiser, Theodore. My Brother Paul, and W.L.S. No. 660.

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Billings, Josh. Josh Billings' Humorous Epigrams. No. 669.

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Billings, Josh. Josh Billings' Comical Lexicon, and Other Amusing Skits. No. 670.

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Boccaccio. Illicit Love, and Other Stories. No. 672.

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Boccaccio. Tales of Love and Life. No. 673.

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Dorian, Sylvestre, Trans. Sarah Bernhardt's Love-letters to Pierre Berton. No. 676.

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Fishbein, Morris. Louis Pasteur, the Man and His Work. No. 680.

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Jung, Rabbi Leo, Ph.D. Essence of Judaism. No. 684.

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Fielding, William J. Woman's Sexual Life. No. 689.

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Fenton, Carroll lane. Embryology and Its Evidence for Evolution. No. 695.

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Smith, Lloyd E. 4000 Words Often Mispronounced. No. 697.

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Hibschman, Harry. Why I Am a Heretic. No. 701.

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Powys, Llewelyn. Cup-Bearers of Wine and Hellebore. No. 702.

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Wood, Clement. Emerson: The Man and His Works. No. 714.

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Wood, Clement. Poetry of the Southern States. No. 719.

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Shipley, Maynard. The Intelligence of Vertebrate Animals. No. 721.

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Goldberg, Isaac. The Spirit of Yiddish Literature. No. 732.

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Crawford, Nelson Antrim. Great Christian Hymns. No. 743.

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Barrett, Lawrence A., B.S. Elementary Plane Geometry Self Taught. No. 748.

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Spears, Raymond S. Helpful Hints for Hikers. No. 750.

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Frank, Henry, and Ward, Percy. Optimism or Pessimism: Which Is the More Reasonable Philosophy of Life? No. 762.

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Gunn, John W., Ed. The Humor of "Bill" Nye. No. 771.

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Fenton, Carroll Lane. The Environment of Life. No. 778.

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Fenton, Carroll Lane. The Fitness of Life. No. 779.

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Viereck, George Sylvester. The Blessed Damozel and Other Poems. No. 780.

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Davidson, John. A Ballad of a Nun, and Other Poems. No. 793.

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Cramp, Arthur J., M.D. The "Patent Medicine" and the Public Health. No. 794.

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Randolph, Vance, B. Sc., A.M. Life Among the Butterflies. No. 796.

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Bender, C.J. Religious and Ethical Beliefs of African Negroes. No. 798.

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Wood, Clement. Sex in Psychoanalysis. No. 800.

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Durant, Dr. Will. Contemporary European Philosophers: Bergson, Croce, and Bertrand Russell. No. 802.

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Guardia, Ricardo Fernandez. Costa Rican Tales. No. 803.

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Fenton, Carroll Lane. The Nature of Science. No. 806.

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Haldeman-Julius, Marcet. What the Editor's Wife Is Thinking About. No. 809.

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Wallis, Keene, Trans. Some Polite Scandals of Parisian Life. No. 810.

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Fenton, Carroll Lane. Genetics for Beginners. No. 811.

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Fenton, Carroll Lane. An Introduction to Heredity. No. 812.

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Durant, Will, Ph.D. Contemporary American Philosophers; Santayana, James, and Dewey. No. 813.

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Randolph, Vance, B.Sc.,A.M. Life Among the Dragonflies. No. 818.

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Smith, Lloyd E. How to Improve Your Vocabulary. No. 821.

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Darrow, Clarence S. Voltaire: A Lecture. No. 829.

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deFord, Miriam Allen. The Life and Poems of Catullus. No. 832.

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Randolph, Vance. Life Among the Ants. No. 833.

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Nordau, Max. Conventional Lies of our Civilization. No. 840.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Arithmetic Self Taught, Part I. No. 856.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Arithmetic Self Taught, Part II. No. 857.

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Lay, Wilfred, Ph.D. Confidential Chats With Husbands. No. 864.

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Smith, Lloyd E. Some General Hints on Self-Improvement. No. 868.

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Milburn, George, Ed. The Best Jokes About Preachers. No. 879.

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Markun, Leo. The Psychology of Character Building. No. 882.

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Darrow, Clarence, and Talley, Judge Alfred J. Debate on Capital Punishment. No. 883.

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Darrow, Clarence, and Holmes, John Haynes. Debate on Prohibition. No. 884.

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Weisberg, Charles. Epigrams of Nietzsche. No. 890.

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deFord, Miriam Allen. Rome As Viewed By Tacitus and Juvenal. No. 899.

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Starr, Frederick, and Darrow, Clarence. Is Life Worth Saving? A Debate. No. 910.

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Starr, Frederick, and Darrow, Clarence. Is the Human Race Getting Anywhere? A Debate. No. 911.

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Harris, Frank. The Miracle of the Stigmata and Other Stories. No. 924.

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Darrow, Clarence. The Skeleton in the Closet. No. 933.

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Darrow, Clarence. Realism in Literature and Art. No. 934.

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Crane, Stephen. The Pace of Youth and Other Stories. No. 967.

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Crane, Stephen. The Upturned Face and Other Stories. No. 968.

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Darrow, Clarence. The Ordeal of Prohibition. No. 974.

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Oppenheim, James. The Psychology of Jung. No. 978.

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Oppenheim, James. Songs for the New Age. No. 981.

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Howe, E.W. Sinner Sermons. No. 992.

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Fielding, William J. Dual and Multiple Personality. No. 996.

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Goldberg, Isaac. How to Enjoy the Orchestra. No. 1005.

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Shipley, Maynard. X-Ray, Violet Ray and Other Rays. No. 1050.

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Bierce, Ambrose. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge. No. 1054.

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McCabe, Joseph. Phallic Elements in Religion. No. 1079.

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Leacock, Stephen. The Human Animal and Its Folly. No. 1117.

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Hughes, Rupert. The Facts About Puritan Morals. No. 1123.

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Erckmann-Chatrian, Florence Marryat. Extraordinary Mystery Stories. No. 1156.

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Ellis, Havelock. Woman and the New Race. No. 1177.

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Temple, Mrs. How to Make Desserts, Pies and Pastries. No. 1179.

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Pain, Barry. Forbidden Love. No. 1202.

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McCabe, Joseph. Seven Infidel U.S. Presidents. No. 1203.

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McCabe, Joseph. Christianity and Philanthropy. No. 1218.

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Du Bois, Gaylord. Easy Readings in Spanish. No. 1222.

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McCabe, Joseph. The Triumph of Materialism. No. 1229.

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Howe, E.W. Her Fifth Marriage and Other Stories. No. 1230.

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Cunningham, Clarice. Beginning Married Life Right. No. 1238.

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McCabe, Joseph. Lies of Religious Literature. No. 1248.

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Darrow, Clarence, and Wheeler, Wayne B. Dry-Law Debate. No. 1256.

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Nash, J.V. Great Fighters for Freedom. No. 1266.

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Bair, Fred. Does the U.S.A. Need the K.K.K.? No. 1269.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. Brann, Who Cracked Dull Heads. No. 1287.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. Facts You Should Know About American Literature. No. 1289.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. What America Needs. No. 1293.

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Clugston, W. G. and Others. Facts You Should Know About Arkansas. No. 1297.

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Fulks, Clay. Sources of Intolerance in America. No. 1300.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. Lessons Life Has Taught Me, Glimpses at the Fascinating Circus of Clowns and Philosophers. No. 1303.

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Carew, Harold D. Is the Yankee Vanishing? No. 1309.

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Fulks, Clay. Freedom vs. Fundamentalism. No. 1313.

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Darrow, Clarence. Facing Life Fearlessly: The Pessimistic Versus the Optimistic View of Life. No. 1329.

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Wheless, Joseph. Debunking the Laws of Moses. No. 1332.

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Russell, Bertrand. Why I Am Not a Christian. No. 1372.

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Hutter, E.W. John Roach Straton---The Witch Doctor of Gotham. No. 1377.

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Goldberg, Isaac. President Harding's Illegitimate Daughter. No. 1379.

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Horner, Howard. The Flesh and the Devil. No. 1380.

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Born, Le Roy A. A Defense of the Devil. No. 1385.

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de Gourmont, Remy. The Prostituted Woman. No. 1381.

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Darrow, Clarence. The Myth of the Soul. No. 1404.

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Burns, Vincent. What's the Matter With Human Nature? No. 1408.

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Jarrell, Sanford. New Orleans - The Civilized and Lively City. No. 1410.

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Marx, Samuel. Paul Whiteman: Glimpses of Tin Pan Alley. No. 1417.

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Van Deventer, Betty. Why Wives Leave Home. No. 1420.

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Darrow, Clarence. The Open Shop: A Defense of Union Labor. No. 1425.

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Birkhead, L.M. Can Man Know God? No. 1440

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Goethe. The Princess and the Tiger. No. 1458.

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Markun, Leo. A Book of American Statistics. No. 1460.

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Russell, Bertrand. Has Religion Made Useful Contributions to Civilization? No. 1463

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Markun, Leo. A Book of European Statistics. No. 1465.

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Markun, Leo. Party Issues in the United States. No. 1467.

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Barnes, Harry Elmer, Ph.D. History: Truth or Propaganda? No. 1472.

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Adams, Grace. How Glands Affect Personality. No. 1477.

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Barnes, Harry Elmer. Trial by Jury: The Great Burlesque of Modern Criminal Justice. No. 1483.

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Birkhead, L.M. The Religion of a Free Man. No. 1485.

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McCabe, Joseph. Are Atheists Dogmatic? No. 1486.

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Darrow, Clarence. Why I Am An Agnostic. No. 1500.

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Norden, Heinz. The Famous Inventions of Thomas Edison. No. 1514.

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Norden, Heinz. Facts You Should Know About Gonorrhea. No. 1516.

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Bercovici, Konrad. When Faith In Love Returns. No. 1521.

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Barnes, Harry Elmer. The Menace of the Modern Prison. No. 1525.

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Barnes, Harry Elmer. Peace Plans From Kant to Kellogg. No. 1526.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. A Rational Sex Code. No. 1538.

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Benson, C.O., and Dr. C.L. Smith. Beneficial Exercises for Nervousness and Indigestion. No. 1553.

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Feather, William. Rules for Success in Business. No. 1555.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. The Danger of Catholicism to the Public Schools. No. 1565.

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Fulks, Clay. Can Americans Be Made Good by Law? No. 1577.

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Darrow, Clarence, and Wiggam, Albert Edward. Environment vs. Heredity (Debate). No. 1581.

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Wilson, Raymond Everett. The Amazing Loves of King Carol of Rumania. No. 1587.

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Nash, J.V. Romantic Heroes of the Confederacy. No. 1593.

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Durant, Will, Ph.D. The Story of Friedrich Nietzsche's Philosophy. No. 19.

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Stevenson, Robert Louis. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. No. 38.

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Dante's Inferno, Vol. I. No. 329.

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Dante's Inferno, Vol. II. No. 330.

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Renan, Ernest. The Life of Jesus. No. 340.

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Schopenhauer, Arthur. How to Argue Logically: The Art of Controversy. No. 364.

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Goldberg, Isaac. George Jean Nathan: A Critical Study. No. 843.

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Milburn, George, Ed. A Book of Puzzles and Brainteasers. No. 1103.

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Goddard, Gloria. Party Games for Grown-Ups. No. 1239.

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Harding, T. Swann. The Venereal Disease Problem (A General Survey). No. 1604.

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Haldeman-Julius, E. Herbert Hoover's Record Before He Became President. No. 1612.

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Spencer, Herbert. How to Improve Yourself Morally. No. 1615.

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Darrow, Clarence. Absurdities of the Bible. No. 1637.

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Ellis, Havelock. The Origin of War and the Philosophy of Conflict. No. 1652.

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Lee, Algernon. Socialism and the Farmers' Problem: The Way out of Agricultural Bankruptcy. No. 1689.

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Angell, Norman. Socialism and Communism. No. 1694.

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Hillquit, Morris, and Fine, Nathan. The Practical Accomplishments of Socialism. No. 1706.

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Laidler, harry W. The Practical Program of Socialism. No. 1707.

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Hillquit, Morris. The Political Philosophy of Socialism. No. 1708.

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Markun, Leo. The Economics of Taxation. No. 1711.

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Archer, William. The Superstition of "Sin." No. 1716

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Cromie, Robert. Technocracy---from the Viewpoint of an Editor. No. 1729.

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McCabe, Joseph, and Haldeman-Julius, E. Atheism in Russia. No. 1731.

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McCabe, Joseph, and Haldeman-Julius, E. What Gods Cost Man. No. 1732.

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Klapman, J.W. The Case Concerning Incest. No. 1741.

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Hohl, Albert. The Simplified Cook-Book: Hints on Cookery. No. 1756.

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Hopkins, Richard J. The United States of Europe. No. 1760.

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McCabe, Joseph. Evolution or Revolution: Fallacy of the Slow and Steady Theory of Progress. No. 1788.

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McCabe, Joseph. Sham Fighting About Matter and Spirit. No. 1790.

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McCabe, Joseph. What is the End of Life? Bunk About the Aimlessness of Modern Life. No. 1803.

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Burma, John H., Ph.D. How to Understand Criminology and Penology. No. 1819.

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Burma, John H., Ph.D. How to Understand the Negro Problem. No. 1820.

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