Readers Digest February 1931 Lowell Thomas H E Fosdick
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ISSUE DATE: February 1931; Vol 18, No. 106
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Washington Capital of the World by Hiram Motherwell.
Jimmie (Jimmy)Doolittle: Scrappiest Pilot of them all by Lowell Thomas.
Yes but religion is an art by Harry Emerson Fosdick.
Natural Gas -- Our New Bonanza by William Atherton Du Puy.
Why Actors Dye Young by Alexander Clark Jr..
Doles for Employers by Sumner H. Slichter.
The Boom in English Ghosts by T. Porter Wood.
Guunmen Dodge this City (Milwaukee) by William G. Shepherd.
The Argot of the Racketeers by James P. Burke.
My Friend Charlie Chaplin by Konrad Bercovici.
The Power issue emerges by Frederick E. Barkley.
Misrepresented India - 2 by Sir John Campbell.
New Models in Scholars by Elizabeth Winslow.
Business Cycles: A tragi-Comedy by Andre Maurois.
Does the death penalty curb crime? by Marcus A. Kavanagh.
Our ancestors and thjeir book business by Dorothea Lawrance Mann.
Secrets of the fortuen telling racket by Michel Mok.
That Southern Languor by Clarence E. Cason.
The Home of the Brontes by Inez Haynes Irwin (about Haworth in Yorkshire -- home of Maria;Elizabeth;Charlotte; Patrick Branwell; Emily and Anne Bronte).
Rubber -- A crop with possibilities by W. M. Jardine.
Uncle Tom is Dead by Elizabeth Corbett.
Ten Years from Now by Norman Del Geddes.
Ivory -- the Pearl of the Forest.
Monumental Masses by Douglas Haskell (about great buildings and architecture).
Getting Personal with Wolves by Paul Montgomery.
How research transforms the Telephone by Howard Florance.
What War does to the Minds of Children by S. Ralph Harlow.
Beauty in Public Utilities by Earnest Elmo Calkins.
Talk of the town from New Yorker.
Forests and America's Future.
Bloodless Bullfights by Lawton Mackall.
I might as well have played hookey by Alexander Woollcott.
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