McClure's Magazine, Vol 31, No 2, June 1908
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McClure's Magazine, Vol 31, No 2, June 1908

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  • McCLURE'S MAGAZINE
  • VOL. XXXI       JUNE, 1908       No. 2
  • CONTENTS
  • MY FIRST APPEARANCE IN AMERICA[1]
    • BY
  • ELLEN TERRY
    • The Unknown Dangers of America
    • New York Before the "Sky-scrapers"
    • Irving Brings Shakespeare to America
    • Our First Appearance Before an American Audience
    • American Clothes
    • The Work of Augustus Saint-Gaudens
    • Robert Taber
    • Dramatic Criticism in America
    • William Winter and His Children
    • Discovering the Southern Darkey
    • American Women
  • THE DECREE MADE ABSOLUTE
    • ILLUSTRATIONS BY ARTHUR G. DOVE
  • PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND HIS WAR ON CONGRESS
    • BY
    • CARL SCHURZ
    • ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS
    • The Beginnings of the Struggle
    • Stevens the Dominating Figure of the Struggle
    • William Pitt Fessenden
    • The President's Logic
    • Lincoln's Policy versus Johnson's
    • The Personal Bitterness of the Struggle
    • A Humiliating Spectacle
    • False Encouragement to the South
  • THE CRYSTAL-GAZER
    • AUTHOR OF "THE GREAT NORTH ROAD," ETC.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS BY FRANK A. NANKIVELL
    • II
      • NO TRESPASSING UNDER PENALTY OF
      • THE LAW
      • Abram and Nicol Pendarves, Proprietors
      • per Mary Smith
    • NO TRESPASSING UNDER PENALTY OF
    • THE LAW
    • Abram and Nicol Pendarves, Proprietors
    • per Mary Smith
    • III
    • IV
    • V
  • BOB, DÉBUTANT
    • ILLUSTRATIONS BY DENMAN FINK
  • TWO PORTRAITS BY GILBERT STUART
    • A NOTE ON A RECENT ACCESSION OF THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
      • Two Portraits by Gilbert Stuart
      • reproduced by permission of
      • The Metropolitan Museum of Art
      • Printed from plates made by the Colorplate Engraving Company, New York
    • Two Portraits by Gilbert Stuart
    • reproduced by permission of
    • The Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • Printed from plates made by the Colorplate Engraving Company, New York
  • MARY BAKER G. EDDY
    • THE STORY OF HER LIFE AND THE HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
    • BY
    • GEORGINE MILMINE
    • XIV
    • MRS. EDDY'S BOOK AND DOCTRINE
    • How "Science and Health" was Published
    • There is No Material Universe
    • Mrs. Eddy's Exegesis
    • Mrs. Eddy's Account of the Creation[10]
    • The Story of Adam
    • Mrs. Eddy Denies the Atonement
    • Mrs. Eddy's Revision of the Lord's Prayer
    • Mrs. Eddy's Therapeutics
    • A Sensationless Body the Goal of Existence
    • Mrs. Eddy's Physiology
    • Mrs. Eddy's View of History
    • Lack of Religious Feeling in Mrs. Eddy's Book
    • Malicious Animal Magnetism
    • Poverty a False Belief
    • Mrs. Eddy's Views on Marriage
    • Future of Christian Science
    • Mrs. Eddy's Opposition to the Mind Cure Movement
    • THE END
  • HER FRUITS
    • BY
    • MARY ELEANOR ROBERTS
  • THE KEY TO THE DOOR
    • ILLUSTRATIONS BY WALTER JACK DUNCAN
  • THE WAYFARERS
    • BY
    • MARY STEWART CUTTING
    • AUTHOR OF "LITTLE STORIES OF COURTSHIP," "LITTLE STORIES OF MARRIED LIFE," ETC.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS BY ALICE BARBER STEPHENS
    • XIX
      • GREAT CRASH
      • CONEWAYS & CO. FAIL
      • IN BOSTON
    • GREAT CRASH
    • CONEWAYS & CO. FAIL
    • IN BOSTON
    • XX
    • XXI
    • XXII
  • THE PROBLEMS OF SUICIDE
    • Psychological Problems of Suicide
    • Spring and Summer the Suicide Seasons
    • Suicide Weather
    • Influence of Environment on Self-Destruction
    • War As a Deterrent to Suicide
    • San Francisco Earthquake Decreased Suicides
    • Professional Classes Furnish Most Suicides
    • Germany's High Suicide Rates
    • EUROPEAN PEOPLES GROUPED RACIALLY
    • NUMBER OF SUICIDES PER MILLION INHABITANTS
    • I. Slavs
    • II. Scandinavians
    • III. Latins
    • IV. Germans
    • V. English
    • VI. Asiatics
    • SUICIDES PER MILLION OF POPULATION
    • Odd Methods Employed by Suicides
    • The Emotional Temperament as a Cause
  • PRAIRIE DAWN
  • THE DOINGS OF THE DEVIL
    • ILLUSTRATIONS BY THOMAS FOGARTY
    • II
    • III
  • YOUNG HENRY AND THE OLD MAN
  • EDITORIAL
    • THE TRUTH OF ORCHARD'S STORY
    • FOOTNOTES:
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