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The Vagabond.

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Volume 3, 1925/1926 
No. 3-4, May-June 1926 
The Burning Glass
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Volume 3, 1925/1926 
No. 3-4, May-June 1926 
Vagabondage
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Volume 3, 1925/1926 
No. 3-4, May-June 1926 
[Advertisements]
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
[Front Matter]
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
"A Study," Adolph Dehn
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
"Under the Shelter of 'Ideals,'" Edmund Bierwagen
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
"The College Student: Juvenile Sophisticate," Nathan Davis
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
"Why I Am an Atheist," Herbert W. Burkle
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
"Lord Effingham's Christmas Party," Townsend S. Albright
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
"Respite" and "Lament," [Two Poems], by Lola Mallatt
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
"The Negro at Indiana," Rufus Calvin Kuykendall
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
Editorials
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
Vagabondage
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Volume 4, 1926/1927 
No. 1, (December 1926) January 1927 
[Advertisements]
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Volume 6[5], 1928 
No. 1, May 1928 
[Front Matter]
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Volume 6[5], 1928 
No. 1, May 1928 
"A Communication from the Dark," Edmund Bierwagen
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Volume 6[5], 1928 
No. 1, May 1928 
"Curious Cuisine of a Study of the Great Bloomington Bellyache," by M.H. Smith
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Volume 6[5], 1928 
No. 1, May 1928 
"Paris - Nocturne," by William M. Toner
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Volume 6[5], 1928 
No. 1, May 1928 
"Why I Bought and Airplane Factory - A Message for Farmers," by Wad Allen
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Volume 6[5], 1928 
No. 1, May 1928 
Exchanges
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Volume 6[5], 1928 
No. 1, May 1928 
[Advertisements]
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
[Front Matter]
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Accueil," René de Reno
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"The Great Sects," William Lowe Bryan "The President discusses some of the possible approaches to life"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Wood Cut," Martha Carter
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"An 'American Renaissance?'" Philip Blair Rice "Phil Rice, first vagabond, returns to review, almost hopefully, certain contemporary possibilities"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Wood Cut," N. Loti
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
[Translation from Horace] or "Horace: Book One, Ode Four," Robert Fink
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Alumni Day," Leila Shelley "An eminently satisfactory answer to a phase of an old problem"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Two Words," Virginia Crim
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Caricature," Martha Carter
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Henry Holland Carter," Walter Grant
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"My Verses," I. Humphrey
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
Editorials
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Trees," I. Humphrey
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Culp's Down Feltment or Whose Color is Your Sweater Now," Wolfgang Beethoven Bunkhaus
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
[Untitled], [Poem], Don A. Smalley
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Minothustus the Prophet," Walter Grant "Youth arrogantly subjects some of the main tenets of religion to an acrid gaze"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Wood Cut," N. Loti
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"William Hazlitt, Enthusiast," M.G.L. "A fine interpretation of a vivid personality in English letters"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Verse - I Feel," I. Humphrey
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Professor Hodge," Grace Stanton "A story, cynical in tone, of disillusionment that comes to a professor"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Sports News - English Comp Squad Drubs Purdue," Parson Weems "Come from behind in the last minutes of play to win close game, 89.3% to 87.7%"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Tears," I. Humphrey
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"How Shakespeare Wrote the Hamlet Soliloquy," By One Who Was There
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 

Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 

Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 
"Salome's Feet (For the Intelligensia)"
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Volume 6, 1929/1930 
No. 1, October 1929 

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