The Century Magazine, January 1916
The Century for January 1916 - A pioneer in the development of the pictorial art in magazine making, presented full-length feature articles, short stories, interpretations of the war, essays, poetry and pictures of history as it happens. Cover design by Will Bradley. Featured article included The Hopes of the Hyphenated by George Creel that discusses the immigration problem, and the education of adult immigrants.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The articles and pictures are copyrighted, and must not be reprinted without special permission
Cover Design WILL BRADLEY
- "And the cutlass clanged with a hissing whir . . ."
From a painting made for THE CENTURY '
by.. . JOHN WOLCOTT ADAMS
Printed in color. (Illustrating "The Hemp: A Virginia Legend") Frontispiece
- The Nation on Trial ERIC FISHER WOOD
By the author of "The Writing on the Wall," etc 321
Pictures from photographs.
- Penny Wise. A Story JULIET WILBOR TOMPKINS
By the author of "Diantha," etc 333
Illustrations by Henry Hutt.
- The Hemp: A Virginia
Legend. Verse STEPHEN VINCENT BENET
Illustrations by John Wolcott Adams 342
(See frontispiece, printed in color.)
- The Hopes of the Hyphenated GEORGE CREEL
By the author of "A Way to Industrial Peace," etc 350
Illustrations by Andre Castaigne and G. W. Peters.
Discusses the immigration problem, and the education of adult immigrants.
- Trees WALTER PRICHARD EATON
By the author of "Barn Doors and Byways," etc 364
Illustrations by Walter King Stone, four printed in tint.
- A Look. Verse HELEN HOYT 371
- Les Travailleurs de la Guerre ARTHUR GLEASON
By the author of "Young Hilda at the Wars," etc 372
Pictures by Harry Townsend.
- A Ticket to North
Carolina. A Story FREDERICK STUART GREENE
By the author of "Galway Intrudes," etc. 377
Illustrations by Henry Raleigh.
- An Artist at the Front. II WALTER HALE
Illustrations by the author 387
- Leaves from the
Anthology. Verse LEWIS PARKE CHAMBERLAYNE
- Jane Proposes. A Story RUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
By the author of "The Night Court," etc 400
Illustrations by Maginel Wright Enright.
- The Far-Eastern Problem J A. P. BLAND 410
- The Kiss. Verse GEORGE SEIBEL 418
- Children of Hope. III STEPHEN WHITMAN
By the author of "The Woman from Yonder," etc 419
Illustrations by F. R. Gruger.
- Hatred. Verse S ALOWSN DE LA SELVA 446
- The Sixth Canvasser. A Story INEZ HAYNES GILLMORE
By the author of "Jimmie Preston Stories," etc 447
- The Friend. Verse ANNA GLEN STODDARD 455
- Our Nation in the Building. II HELEN NICOLAY
By the author of "Personal Traits of Abraham Lincoln" 456
Photographs, map, etc.
- An Inclosed Nun. Verse.. .SARAH N. CLEGHORN 465
- On the Frontiers of Science A RUSSELL BOND 466
- Current Comment 471
Acquisitive Statesmanship (W. M. S.)—Liberty in Utah—Back to the - Land—Public Opinion.
- In Lighter Vein 478
Neglected Poets (LEONARD HATCH)—The Ideal Husband (PAUL WING) —"'Way Down Souf Once Mo'" (ROBERT EMMET WARD).
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