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AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE OF THE WEST
San Francisco as a Convention City.. By Chas. S. Fee...
The Czar's Concessionaires
The Last Thunder Song..
By John G. Neihardt
Mother Goose a la Mode (Verse).. By F. A. Hunt
A Vacation on the Installment Plan.. By Harold French....
Radio-Activity (Part I).
On Seeing the Tempest....
By George Adam, M. D........460
By Caroline Sheldon
History, Origin and Meaning of Some California Towns and Places By Professor G. E. Bailey ..468
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