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The Vagabond.


Series: Volume 7, 1930/1931 

Box 2 No. 1, Novemeber 1930 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-3
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"Head," [Woodcut], S. W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 4
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"Vagabondagerie," J .H. Pitman
  • Essay
  • pp. 5-7
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"C'etait Trop," E. Flora
  • Story
  • pp. 8-10
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[Untitled], [Poem], Nathan
  • Poem
  • p. 10
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"Paul Vorhees McNutt," A. H. and R. H.
  • Profile
  • pp. 11-12
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"A Lesson for Armistice Day," Spurius Longimanus Mus
  • Story
  • pp. 13-14
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"Memorial Hall Towers," [Woodcut], S. W. Rudder
  • Story
  • p. 15
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"Two Elegies," Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 16
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"The Passing of Arthur," Portable Porcelain
  • Story
  • pp. 17-21
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"Joyride," Sheila Rafferty
  • Poem
  • pp. 22-23
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"Perennial Vergil," Claude W. Barlow
  • Essay
  • pp. 24-27
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"Happily Ever After," Catherine Moore
  • Story
  • pp. 28-30
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"The Vagabond: Retrospect and Prospect"
  • Essay
  • pp. 31-33
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"Oats," Leila Shelley
  • Story
  • pp. 34-39
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"We Have a Little Comer in Hell For-"
  • Essay
  • pp. 40-41
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"Church Advertising: New Style," Dan Carlyle
  • Essay
  • pp. 42-45
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"Yappin' Losers," A. H. and R. H.
  • Essay
  • pp. 46-47
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Books
  • pp. 48-49
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"The Shortest Path to a Piece of Cheese," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 48-49

"Just Another Poet," Sarah Goldstein
  • Review
  • pp. 50-52

"Kindergarten- 2; Indiana- 0," "(They won by a safety-pin)"
  • Essay
  • Satire
  • p. 53
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • Jokes
  • pp. 53-56

Includes back cover.

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Box 2 No. 2, December 1930 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • pp. 1-4
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"Flight," [Woodcut], Stephen Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 5
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"Saga," Delight Hinton
  • Story
  • pp. 6-13
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"The Cult of Rampant Patriots," Charles W. Smith
  • Essay
  • pp. 14-16
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"Helen to Penelope, Penelope to Helen" Betty Fleming
  • Poem
  • p. 17
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"Applesauce," Jen Essis
  • Story
  • pp. 18-19
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"Protest," Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 20
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"Entrance to Commerce Hall," [Woodcut], Stephen Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 21
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"The Yule Party," Leila Shelley
  • Story
  • pp. 22-26
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"Problem" and "Statement," [Two Poems], Vivian Lee Welch
  • Poem
  • p. 27
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"A New Tune on an Old String"
  • Essay
  • Satire
  • pp. 28-30
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"Traveling Man's Girl," Helen Rogers
  • Story
  • pp. 31-35
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"On Being An Organist and Why"
  • Essay
  • p. 36
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"Symphony a la Bunkhaus," Sentimental Tommy
  • Play
  • Illustration
  • pp. 37-41
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Correspondence
  • pp. 42-43
  • Letter
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"We Have a Little Corner in Hell for Professors"
  • Essay
  • pp. 44-45
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Books
  • pp. 46-50
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Mother's Cry, J. H. Pittman
  • Review
  • pp. 46-48

"In Quiet Desperation," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 49-50

"Explanation," Nathan
  • Poem
  • p. 51
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Jokes
  • Jokes
  • pp. 52, 54-56
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • pp. 53, 55-56

Includes back cover.

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Box 2 No. 3, March 1931 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • p. 1-5
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"Landschaft," [Woodcut], Harry Engel
  • Woodcut
  • p. 6
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"Noon Hour," Edna Glair
  • Story
  • pp. 7-10
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"William Moenkhaus," Dean B. Winfred Merrill
  • Profile
  • pp. 11-12
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"The Miraculous Deeds of Bunkhaus," Phil Rice
  • Profile
  • pp. 13-17
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"The Woman with a Cameo," J.H. Pitman "To an imaginary portrait by Giorgione"
  • Poem
  • p. 18
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"Semira," Catherine Moore
  • Story
  • pp. 19-23
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"Pygmalion," J. H. Pitman
  • Poem
  • p. 23
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"Maxwell Hall," [Woodcut], Stephen W Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 24
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"Night Market," Ethel Henneford
  • Story
  • pp. 25-28
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"Bells, Purdue, Bells," J. Rodney McFetchwun
  • Story
  • pp. 29-32
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"Choice," Vivian Lee Welch
  • Poem
  • p. 33
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"The Doctor's Alcohol," Herman Bogue
  • Story
  • pp. 34-42
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"Sophistication," Robert N. Halstead
  • Poem
  • p. 43
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"Nude," S.W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 44
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"Long Holiday," Doris F. Holmes
  • Story
  • pp. 45-48
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"Values," Nathan
  • Poem
  • p. 48
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Books
  • pp. 49-53
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"Setting by Gordon Craig," J .H. Pitman
  • Review
  • pp. 49-51

"Swift: The Artist as Man" Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 52-53

"Our Contributors"
  • Contributors
  • p. 54
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Opportunity for the Constructive Critic
  • Announcement
  • p. 55
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • Jokes
  • p. 56

Includes back cover.

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Box 2 No. 4, April 1931 

[Front Matter]
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Table of Contents
  • p. 1-3
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"Well House," [Woodcut], Stephen W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 4
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"Story," Mary A. Pattie
  • Story
  • pp. 5-9
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"Accident," E. Flora
  • Story
  • pp. 10-14
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"Hush Wind," Robert Hallstead
  • Poem
  • p. 14
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"Two Fantasies," Catherine Moore
  • Story
  • pp. 15-17
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"Epigrammata," J.H. Pittman
  • Poem
  • p. 18
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"Autobiography," Edna M. Wilson
  • Profile
  • pp. 19-24
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"Personal Glimpses From the Lives of Famous Authors," Edna M. Wilson
  • Essay
  • pp. 19-24

"Lenin," R. H.
  • Essay
  • p. 25
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"Reflections Upon Eating Rah Oysters in a Can in a Park on a Rah April Afternoon," [Poem], Max Grey
  • Poem
  • p. 26
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"The Way of the Transgressor," Rebecca Whittington
  • Story
  • pp. 27-34
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"White Linen and Blue Grapes," Robert Hallstead
  • Story
  • pp. 35-39
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"Vigil," S.W. Rudder
  • Woodcut
  • p. 40
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Books
  • pp. 41-43
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"Hansel and Gretel in Bohemia," Leila Shelley
  • Review
  • pp. 41-43

Above the Dark Tumult, Rebecca Whittington
  • Review
  • pp. 43-45

"Our Contributors"
  • Contributors
  • p. 46
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"Editor's Note"
  • Announcement
  • p. 46
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[Jokes]
  • Jokes
  • p. 47
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[Advertisements]
  • Advertisements
  • p. 48

Includes back cover.

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