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Emanuel Haldeman-Julius Little Blue Books Collection

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Title: Emanuel Haldeman-Julius Little Blue Books Collection, 1923-1999Save to your list.

ID: SC/EHJL

Primary Creator: Haldeman-Julius, E. (Emanuel) (1888-1951)

Extent: 16.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement:

Series I: Unbound

Series II: Bound Volumes

Subjects: Haldeman-Julius, E. (Emanuel), 1888-1951, Haldeman-Julius Company., Little blue book

Forms of Material: Publications

Languages: English

Abstract

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, a newspaper publisher, opened a publishing house in Girard, Kansas, where he published small, inexpensive paperback books, including classic works of literature and essays on myriad topics, for the working and middle classes. The publications in the Little Blue Books Collection are arranged by number from 1 to 1914. Gaps in the numbering usually indicate missing titles.

Biographical Note

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, a newspaper publisher, opened a publishing house in Girard, Kansas, in 1919 where he published small, inexpensive paperback books, including classic works of literature and essays on myriad topics, for the working and middle classes. For his first printing project, he selected fifty classic and socialist works. In 1923 he named the series "Little Blue Books."  Little Blue Books measure 3½" x 5" and took their name from their blue covers. They fit into a pants or shirt pocket, and were especially popular across the US through the 1930s and 1940s, especially with travelers. He began issuing the Big Blue Books in 1925. They were 5 ½" x 8 ½."

Haldeman-Julius felt there was no subject too controversial to be in print. Customers could order titles from mail order catalogs or visit one of the outlet stores in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Venice, Colorado. The Los Angeles store opened in 1924 in the downtown Mercantile Arcade Building (recently converted to loft apartments).

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The publications in this collection are arranged by number from 1 to 1914. Gaps in the numbering usually indicate missing titles. Some numbers were never used such as 1832-1842 and some numbers were used more than once for different titles. Many of the titles in this collection show evidence that the copyright date was scratched off the printing plate indicating it is a later re-issue. Multiple copies of the same number in the collection may have different titles or are distinguished by a cover illustration or different cover stock. They are divided into two series: Unbound and Bound Volumes.

Subject/Index Terms

Haldeman-Julius, E. (Emanuel), 1888-1951
Haldeman-Julius Company.
Little blue book

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections & Archives

Accruals: 1970s, 1990

Access Restrictions: The collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions: Copyright for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator(s) of this collection has not been transferred to California State University, Northridge. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Acquisition Source: Norman E. Tannis and Jack Botwin

Related Materials:

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius Big Blue Books and Larger Books Collection

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius Publishing Records

Preferred Citation: For information about citing items in this collection consult the appropriate style manual, or see the Citing Archival Materials guide.

Processing Information: Tony Gardner, 2007


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Box 1Save to your list.
Item 1: Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, No. 1Save to your list.
Item 2: Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, No. 1Save to your list.
Item 3: Oscar Wilde, The Ballad of Reading Gaol and Other Poems, No. 2Save to your list.
Item 4: Voltaire, Fourteen Little Essays, No. 4Save to your list.
Item 5: Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason, No. 4Save to your list.
Item 6: Thomas Babington Macauley, Life of Samuel Johnson, No. 5Save to your list.
Item 7: Guy de Maupassant, Love and Other Stories, No. 6Save to your list.
Item 8: Thomas Huxley, A Liberal Education, No. 7Save to your list.
Item 9: Oscar Wilde, Lady Windermere's Fan, No. 8Save to your list.
Item 10: Nelson Antrim Crawford, ed., Great English Poems, No. 9Save to your list.
Item 11: Francis Thompson, Shelley: An Essay, No. 10Save to your list.
Item 12: Emily Hamblen, How to Understand the Philosophy of Nietzsche, No. 11Save to your list.
Item 13: Edgar Allan Poe, Tales of Mystery, No. 12Save to your list.
Item 14: Carroll Lane Fenton, Man and his Ancestors, No. 13Save to your list.
Item 15: Margaret H. Sanger, What Every Girl Should Know, No. 14Save to your list.
Item 16: Honore de Balzac, The Atheist's Mass and an Accursed House, No. 15Save to your list.
Item 17: Henrik Ibsen, Ghosts, No. 16Save to your list.
Item 18: Jerome K. Jerome, The Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow, No. 18Save to your list.
Item 19: Will Durant, The Story of Friedrick Nietzsche's Philosophy, No. 19Save to your list.
Item 20: M.A. Mugge, Nietzsche: Who He Was and What He Stood For, No. 19Save to your list.
Item 21: Petroleum V. Nasby, Let's Laugh, No. 20, Lloyd E. Smith, EditorSave to your list.
Item 22: Prosper Merimee, Carmen, No. 21Save to your list.
Item 23: Edward Garnet, Tolstoy: His Life and Writings, No. 22Save to your list.
Item 24: James Fenimore Cooper, Great Stories of the Sea, No. 23Save to your list.
Item 25: Anton Chekhov, The Kiss and Other Stories, No. 24Save to your list.
Item 26: Rhyming Dictionary, No. 25Save to your list.
Item 27: Rhyming Dictionary, No. 25Save to your list.
Item 28: George Bernard Shaw, On Going to Church, No. 26Save to your list.
Item 29: Victor Hugo, The Last Days of a Condemned Man, No. 27Save to your list.
Item 30: Voltaire, Toleration, No. 28Save to your list.
Item 31: Olive Schreiner, Dreams, No. 29Save to your list.
Item 32: Jack London, What Life Means to Me, No. 30Save to your list.
Item 33: Maurice Maeterlinck, Pelleas and Milisande, No. 31Save to your list.
Item 34: Nelson Antrim Crawford, ed., Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, No. 32Save to your list.
Item 35: John W. Gunn, Brann: Smasher of Shams, No. 33Save to your list.
Item 36: Theodore M.R von Keler, The Mystery of the Iron Mask, No. 34Save to your list.
Item 37: Francois De La Rochefoucauld, Facing the Plain Facts of Life (Maxims), No. 35Save to your list.
Item 38: Oscar Wilde, The Soul of Man Under Socialism, No. 36Save to your list.
Item 39: William Morris, A Dream of John Ball, No. 37Save to your list.
Item 40: Robert, Louis Stevenson, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, No. 38Save to your list.
Item 41: Will Durant, The Story of Aristotle's Philosophy, No. 39Save to your list.
Item 42: Edward Bulwer-Lytton, The House and the Brain, No. 40Save to your list.
Item 43: Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol, No. 41Save to your list.
Item 44: G. Schwalbe, The Origin of the Human Race, No. 42Save to your list.
Item 45: Horace Greeley and Robert Dale Owen, Marriage and Divorce, No. 43Save to your list.
Item 46: Aesop, Famous Fable of Aesop, No. 44Save to your list.
Item 47: Leo Tolstoy, Short Stories, No. 45Save to your list.
Item 48: Oscar Wilde, Salome, No. 46Save to your list.
Item 49: Carroll Fenton Lane, Animals of Ancient, No. 47Save to your list.
Item 50: Bacon Francis, Truth and Seventeen Other Essays, No. 48Save to your list.
Item 51: Ernst Haeckel, Controversy on the Creation of Man (Lecture on Evolution), No. 49Save to your list.
Item 52: Coulson Turnbull, Giordand Bruno: The Story of His Life and Martydom, No. 51Save to your list.
Item 53: Victor Hugo, Oration on Voltaire, No. 52Save to your list.
Item 54: Clarence Darrow, Insects and Men: Instinct and Reason, No. 53Save to your list.
Item 55: Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest, No. 54Save to your list.
Item 56: William Hudson Henry, Herbert Spencer: His Life and Works, No. 55Save to your list.
Item 57: Clement Wood and Gloria Goddard, A Dictionary of American Slang, No. 56Save to your list.
Item 58: Washington Irving, Rip Van Winkle and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, No. 57Save to your list.
Item 59: Giovanni Boccaccio, Tales from the Decameron, No. 58Save to your list.
Item 60: Epigrams of Wit, Wisdom, and Wickedness, No. 59Save to your list.
Item 61: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essays on Compensation and Friendship, No. 60Save to your list.
Item 62: Leo Tolstoy, What is Religion?, No. 61Save to your list.
Item 63: Arthur Schopenhauer, Essays on Religion and Pantheism, No. 62Save to your list.
Item 64: Percy, Bysshe Shelley, A Defense of Poetry, No. 63Save to your list.
Item 65: Tudor, W. Jones, Rudolf Eucker: His Life and Philosophy, No. 64Save to your list.
Item 66: Lloyd E. Smith, Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, No. 65Save to your list.
Item 67: Alexandre Dumas, Crimes of the Borgais, No. 66Save to your list.
Item 68: Vance Randolph, A History of the Medaeval Christian Church, No. 67Save to your list.
Item 69: William Shakespeare, Shakespeare's Sonnets, No. 68Save to your list.
Item 70: Alexander Dumas, Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, No. 69Save to your list.
Item 71: Charles Lamb, Charles Lamb's Essays, No. 70Save to your list.
Item 72: Langdon Smith and Others, Poems of Evolution, No. 71Save to your list.
Item 73: Nelson, Antrim Crawford, Best Poems of Walt Whitman, No. 73Save to your list.
Item 74: Joseph H. Greer, Physiology of Sex Life, No. 74Save to your list.
Item 75: Thomas Carlyle, On the choice of Books, No. 75Save to your list.
Item 76: William, Jennings Bryan, The Prince of Peace, No. 76Save to your list.
Item 77: What Great Men Have Said About Women, No. 77Save to your list.
Item 78: John P. Altgeld, Hints on Public Speaking, No. 78Save to your list.
Item 79: Alfred Tennyson, Enoch Arden, No. 79Save to your list.
Item 80: Henrik Ibsen, Pillars of Society, No. 80Save to your list.
Item 81: Clifford G. Grulee, The Care of the Baby, No. 81Save to your list.
Item 82: Lloyd E. Smith, Common Faults in Writing English, No. 82Save to your list.
Item 83: Leo Markun, The Evolution of Marriage, No. 83Save to your list.
Item 84: Love Letters of a Portuguese Nun, No. 84Save to your list.
Item 85: Emile Zola, The Attacks on the Mill, No. 85Save to your list.
Item 86: George Brandes, On Reading: An Essay, No. 86Save to your list.
Item 87: George Brandes, On Reading, No. 86, ca. 1921Save to your list.
Item 88: Michel De Montaigne, Love: An Essay, No. 87Save to your list.
Item 89: Robert G. Ingersoll, Vindication of Thomas Paine, No. 88Save to your list.
Item 90: Love Letters of Men and Women of Genius, No. 89Save to your list.
Item 91: W.S. Gilbert, The Mikado, No. 90Save to your list.
Item 92: Clement Wood, Manhood: The Facts of Life Presented to Men, No. 91Save to your list.
Item 93: Maynard Shipley, Hypnotism Made Plain, No. 92Save to your list.
Item 94: Lewis Cornaro, How to Live One Hundred Years, No. 93Save to your list.
Item 95: Lloyd E. Smith, ed., Trail and Death of Socrates, No. 94Save to your list.
Item 96: Lloyd E. Smith, ed., Thomas de Quincy's Confessions of an Opium Eater, No. 95Save to your list.
Item 97: Lloyd E. Smith, ed., Dialogues of Plato, No. 96Save to your list.
Item 98: Self-Contradictions of the Bible, No. 97Save to your list.
Item 99: Clement Wood, How to Love, No. 98Save to your list.
Item 100: Moliere, Tartuffe, No. 99, 1922Save to your list.
Item 101: Leonid Andreyev, The Red Laugh, No. 100Save to your list.
Item 102: Lloyd E. Smith, Thoughts of Pascal, No. 101Save to your list.
Item 103: Conan A. Doyle, Sherlock Holmes Tales, No. 102Save to your list.
Item 104: Voltaire, Pocket Theology: A Dictionary of Skeptical Definitions, No. 103Save to your list.
Item 105: Victor Hugo, The Battle of Waterloo, No. 104Save to your list.
Item 106: Leonid Andreyev, The Seven that Were Hanged, No. 105Save to your list.
Item 107: George Sand, A Daring Frenchwoman's View of Life, No. 106Save to your list.
Item 108: Wilkie Collins, The Dream-Woman and the Yellow Tiger, No. 107Save to your list.
Item 109: Edgar Allan Poe, The Fall of the House of Usher, No. 108Save to your list.
Item 110: Joseph McCabe, Facts You Should Know About the Classics, No. 109Save to your list.
Item 111: Albert Mordell, Dante and the Other Waning Classics, No. 109, 1923Save to your list.
Item 112: Leo Markun, A Short History of the World War, No. 110Save to your list.
Item 113: Albert Mordell, Dante and Other Waning Classics, No. 110Save to your list.
Item 114: Sermon on the Mount and Other Famous Sayings of Jesus, No. 111Save to your list.
Item 115: John Powys Cowper, The Secret of Self Development, No. 112Save to your list.
Item 116: D.C. Trent, Best Wit of the English People: Proverbs of England, No. 113Save to your list.
Item 117: Pierre Lebris, The Best Wit of the French People: Proverbs of France, No. 114Save to your list.
Item 118: Proverbs of Japan, No. 115Save to your list.
Item 119: Proverbs of China, No. 116Save to your list.
Item 120: Proverbs of Italy, No. 117Save to your list.
Item 121: Proverbs of Russia, No. 118Save to your list.
Item 122: Proverbs of Ireland, No. 119Save to your list.
Item 123: Proverbs of Spain, No. 120Save to your list.
Item 124: Proverbs of Arabia, No. 121Save to your list.
Item 125: A. Conan Doyle and Joseph McCabe, Debate of Spiritualism, No. 122Save to your list.
Item 126: Life of Madame DuBarry, No. 123Save to your list.
Item 127: Henry M. Tichenor, Theory of Reincarnation, No. 124Save to your list.
Item 128: Lloyd E. Smith, ed., War Speeches of Woodrow Wilson, No. 125Save to your list.
Item 129: Clement Wood, History of Rome, No. 126Save to your list.
Item 130: Clement Wood, History of Rome, No. 126Save to your list.
Item 131: Charles B. Reed, What Every Expectant Mother Should Know, No. 127Save to your list.
Item 132: Clement Wood, Julius Caesar: Who He Was and What He Accomplished, No. 128Save to your list.
Item 133: Robert G. Ingersoll and Cardinal Manning, Rome or Reason, No. 129Save to your list.
Item 134: Robert G. Ingersoll and William Gladstone, Controversy on Christianity, No. 130Save to your list.
Box 2Save to your list.
Item 1: Leo Tolstoy, Redemption, No. 131Save to your list.
Item 2: Warren Scholl, History and Beliefs of the Major Religions, No. 132Save to your list.
Item 3: Maynard Shipley, Principles of Electricity, No. 133Save to your list.
Item 4: Moliere, The Misanthrope (Comedy in Five Acts), No. 134Save to your list.
Item 5: George Bernard Shaw, Socialism for Millionaires, No. 135Save to your list.
Item 6: George H. Weaver, Measles, Diptheria, Scarlet Fever, Chicken Pox and Whooping Cough, No. 136Save to your list.
Item 7: Home Nursing, No. 137Save to your list.
Item 8: Arthur Schopenhauer, Studies in Pessimism, No. 138Save to your list.
Item 9: Robert G. Ingersoll, Crimes Against Criminals: An Address, No. 139Save to your list.
Item 10: Life of Dante, No. 139Save to your list.
Item 11: Anatole France, Reflections on Life and Destiny, No. 140Save to your list.
Item 12: Charles J. Finger, Life of Napoleon, No. 141Save to your list.
Item 13: F.M. Bowicke, Bismarck and the German Empire, No. 142Save to your list.
Item 14: Honore de Balzac, In the Time of Terror and Other Stories, No. 143Save to your list.
Item 15: Sarah Helen Whitman, Was Poe Immoral?, No. 144Save to your list.
Item 16: Rudyard Kipling, Great Ghost Stories, No. 145Save to your list.
Item 17: John Greenleaf Whittier, Snow-Bound, Robert Browning, The Pied Piper, No. 146Save to your list.
Item 18: Hilda Johnstone, Oliver Cromwell and His Times, No. 147Save to your list.
Item 19: Jack London, The Strength of the Strong, No. 148Save to your list.
Item 20: Charles J. Finger, Historic Crimes and Criminals, No. 149Save to your list.
Item 21: Charles J. Finger, Lost Civilizations, No. 150Save to your list.
Item 22: Rudyard Kipling, The Man Who Would Be King, No. 151Save to your list.
Item 23: Jack London, The Son of the Wolf, No. 152Save to your list.
Item 24: Henry M. Tichenor, Chinese Philosophy of Life, No. 153Save to your list.
Item 25: Henrik Ibsen, Epigrams of Ibsen, No. 154Save to your list.
Item 26: Napoleon Bonaparte, Maxims of Napoleon, No. 155Save to your list.
Item 27: Hans Christian Andersen, Andersen's Fairy Tales, No. 156Save to your list.
Item 28: Plato, The Republic of Plato, No. 157Save to your list.
Item 29: Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland, No. 158Save to your list.
Item 30: Will Durant, A Guide to Plato, No. 159Save to your list.
Item 31: Voltaire, The Wit and Wisdom of Voltaire, No. 160Save to your list.
Item 32: H.G. Wells, The Country of the Blind, No. 161Save to your list.
Item 33: Edgar Allan Poe, Murders in the Rue Morgue and Ms. Found in a Bottle, No. 162Save to your list.
Item 34: Lowes G. Dickinson, Sex Life in Greece and RomeSave to your list.
Item 35: Michael Angelo's Sonnets, No. 164Save to your list.
Item 36: Mark Twain, English as She is Spoke, No. 166Save to your list.
Item 37: Morris Fishbein, General Hints on Everyday English, No. 167Save to your list.
Item 38: Oscar Wilde, Epigrams of Oscar Wilde, No. 168Save to your list.
Item 39: Vance Randolph, A History of the Modern Christian Church, No. 169Save to your list.
Item 40: Vance Randolph, A History of the Ancient Christian Church, No. 170Save to your list.
Item 41: Percy Ward and Frank Harris. Has Life any Meaning? (Debate). No. 171Save to your list.
Item 42: Clement Wood, The Evolution of Sex, No. 172Save to your list.
Item 43: James Russell Lowell, The Vision of Sir Launfal and Other Poems, No. 173Save to your list.
Item 44: Voltaire, Ten Dialogues on Religion and Philosophy, No. 174Save to your list.
Item 45: A Hindu Book of Love, No. 175Save to your list.
Item 46: James Anthony Froude, Science of History, No. 175Save to your list.
Item 47: Havelock Ellis, Four Essays on Sex, No. 176Save to your list.
Item 48: John Stuart Mill, Subjection of Women, No. 177Save to your list.
Item 49: Theophile Gautier, One of Cleopatra's Nights, No. 178Save to your list.
Item 50: Waldo Ralph Emerson, Gems from Emerson, No. 179Save to your list.
Item 51: George Bernard Shaw, Epigrams of Bernard Shaw, No. 180Save to your list.
Item 52: Henry David Thoreau, Epigrams of Thoreau, No. 181Save to your list.
Item 53: Henry James, Daisy Miller, No. 182Save to your list.
Item 54: Henry M. Tichenor, Life of Jack London, No. 183Save to your list.
Item 55: Henry M. Tichenor, Primitive Beliefs, No. 184Save to your list.
Item 56: Robert G. Ingersoll, The Gods: a Lecture, No. 185Save to your list.
Item 57: Edgar Allan Poe, How I Wrote "The Raven," No. 186Save to your list.
Item 58: James Whistler, The Humor of Whistler, No. 187Save to your list.
Item 59: Charles J. Finger, Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen, No. 188Save to your list.
Item 60: Havelock Ellis, Eugenics Made Plain, No. 189Save to your list.
Item 61: William J. Fielding, Psycho-Analysis: The Key to Human Behavior, No. 190Save to your list.
Item 62: Maynard Shipley, Evolution Versus Dogma, No. 191Save to your list.
Item 63: Lloyd E. Smith, A Book of Synonyms, No. 192, 1921Save to your list.
Item 64: Charles Lamb, Wit and Wisdom of Charles Lamb, No. 193Save to your list.
Item 65: E.W Howe, When a Woman Enjoys Herself and Other Tales of a Small Town, No. 194Save to your list.
Item 66: Henry David Thoreau, Thoughts on Nature, No. 195Save to your list.
Item 67: George Sand, The Marquise: A Story of Secret Passion, No. 196Save to your list.
Item 68: Miriam Allen DeFord, What Great Frenchwomen Learned about Love, No. 197Save to your list.
Item 69: Anatole France, The Majesty of Justice, No. 198Save to your list.
Item 70: Guy de Maupassant, The Tallow Ball, No. 199Save to your list.
Item 71: Voltaire, The Ignorant Philosopher, No. 200Save to your list.
Item 72: Julius Goebel, Goethe's Conversations with Eckermann, No. 201Save to your list.
Item 73: Henry M. Tichenor, Survival of the Fittest, No. 202Save to your list.
Item 74: Havelock Ellis, The Love Rights of Women, No. 203Save to your list.
Item 75: Henry M. Tichenor, Sun Worship and Later Beliefs, No. 204Save to your list.
Item 76: Artemus Ward, Charles F. Browne, Artemus Ward: His Book, No. 205Save to your list.
Item 77: E.R.A Seligman and Scott Nearing, Debate on Capitalism Versus Socialism, No. 206Save to your list.
Item 78: Henry M. Tichenor, The Olympian Gods, No. 207Save to your list.
Item 79: Margaret Sanger vs. Winter Russell, Debate on Birth Control, No. 208Save to your list.
Item 80: Adolphus Knopf, Aspects of Birth Control, No. 209Save to your list.
Item 81: Gilbert Murray, The Stoic Philosophy, No. 210Save to your list.
Item 82: John Stuart Mill, The Idea of a God in Nature, No. 211Save to your list.
Item 83: John Wolfgang von Goethe, Life and Character, No. 212Save to your list.
Item 84: Isaac Goldberg, Havelock Ellis: The Man and His Work, No. 213Save to your list.
Item 85: Lloyd E. Smith, Speeches of Abraham Lincoln, No. 214Save to your list.
Item 86: George Bernard Shaw, The Miraculous Revenge, No. 215Save to your list.
Item 87: George Eliot, The Wit of Heinrich Heine, No. 216Save to your list.
Item 88: William J. Fielding, The Puzzle of Personality, No. 217Save to your list.
Item 89: Theodore M.R von Keler, The Essence of the Talmud, No. 218Save to your list.
Item 90: Anatole France, The Human Tragedy, No. 219Save to your list.
Item 91: Clarice Cunningham, Senator Vest's Tribute to a Dog and Other Dog Lore, No. 220Save to your list.
Item 92: Maurice Maeterlinck, Women and Four Other Essays, No. 221Save to your list.
Item 93: Rudyard Kipling, The Vampire and Other Poems, No. 222Save to your list.
Item 94: Jack London, The Wife of a King, No. 223Save to your list.
Item 95: Samuel Butler, God: Known and Unknown, No. 224Save to your list.
Item 96: Manuel Komroff, Strange Loves, No. 225Save to your list.
Item 97: Arthur Schnitzler, The Anti-Semites. Professor Bernhardi: A Play, No. 226Save to your list.
Item 98: Carrol Lane Fenton, An Introduction to Zoology, No. 227Save to your list.
Item 99: Havelock Ellis and George Viereck, Plain Talks with Husbands and Wives, No. 228Save to your list.
Item 100: Moliere, Ridiculous Women (Les Precieuses Rodicules), No. 229Save to your list.
Item 101: Theophile Gautier, The Fleece of Gold: The Quest for a Blonde Mistress, No. 230Save to your list.
Item 102: Mark Twain, Humorous Sketches, No. 231Save to your list.
Item 103: Thomas Hardy, The Three Strangers, No. 232Save to your list.
Item 104: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Revealing Comments on Humanity and Life, No. 233Save to your list.
Item 105: T.A. McNeal vs. Upton Sinclair, McNeal-Sinclaire Debate on Socialism, No. 234Save to your list.
Item 106: G.K. Chesterton, Five Essays, No. 235Save to your list.
Item 107: Robert G. Ingersoll, 61 Reasons for Doubting the Inspiration of the Bible, No. 236Save to your list.
Item 108: Pierre Charles Baudelaire, Poems in Prose, No. 237Save to your list.
Item 109: Tomas Huxley, Reflections on Modern Science, No. 238Save to your list.
Item 110: Maxim Gorki, Twenty-six Men and a Girl, No. 239Save to your list.
Item 111: William Shakespeare, The Tempest, No. 240Save to your list.
Item 112: William Shakespeare, Merry Wives of Windsor, No. 241Save to your list.
Item 113: William Shakespeare, As You Like It, No. 242Save to your list.
Item 114: William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, No. 243Save to your list.
Item 115: William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, No. 244Save to your list.
Item 116: William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure, No. 245Save to your list.
Item 117: William Shakespeare, Hamlet, No. 246Save to your list.
Item 118: William Shakespeare, Macbeth, No. 247Save to your list.
Item 119: William Shakespeare, King Henry V, No. 248Save to your list.
Item 120: William Shakespeare, Julius Ceasar, No. 249Save to your list.
Item 121: William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, No. 250Save to your list.
Item 122: William Shakespeare, Midsummer Night's Dream, No. 251Save to your list.
Item 123: William Shakespeare, Othello, The Moor of Venice, No. 252Save to your list.
Item 124: William Shakespeare, King Henry VIII, No. 253Save to your list.
Item 125: William Shakespeare, Taming of the Shrew, No. 254Save to your list.
Item 126: William Shakespeare, King Lear, No. 255Save to your list.
Box 3Save to your list.
Item 1: William Shakespeare, Venus and Adonis, No. 256Save to your list.
Item 2: William Shakespeare, King Henry IV, Part 1, No. 257Save to your list.
Item 3: William Shakespeare, King Henry IV, Part II, No. 258Save to your list.
Item 4: William Shakespeare, King Henry VI, Part 1, No. 259Save to your list.
Item 5: William Shakespeare, King Henry VI, Part II, No. 260Save to your list.
Item 6: William Shakespeare, King Henry VI, Part III, No. 261Save to your list.
Item 7: William Shakespeare, The Comedy of Errors, No. 262Save to your list.
Item 8: William Shakespeare, King John, No. 263Save to your list.
Item 9: William Shakespeare, King Richard III, No. 264Save to your list.
Item 10: William Shakespeare, King Richard II, No. 265Save to your list.
Item 11: A. Conan Doyle, Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, No. 266Save to your list.
Item 12: E. Haldeman-Julius, What the Ford Five-Day Week Really Means, No. 267Save to your list.
Item 13: William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, No. 268Save to your list.
Item 14: Frederic Damrau, Can Faith Heal the Invalid?, No. 269Save to your list.
Item 15: Frank Harris, Contemporary Portraits, Volume 2, No. 270Save to your list.
Item 16: Maynard Shipley, Is Death Inevitable?, No. 271Save to your list.
Item 17: Frank Harris, Contemporary Portraits, Volume 4, No. 272Save to your list.
Item 18: Jean Jacques Rousseau, Chapters from the Social Contract, No. 273Save to your list.
Item 19: Carroll Lane Fenton, Animals of Ancient Lands, No. 274Save to your list.
Item 20: Carrol Lane Fenton, The Building of the Earth, No. 275Save to your list.
Item 21: George Washington, Speeches and Letters (of George Washington), No. 276Save to your list.
Item 22: Edward Everret Hale, The Man Without a Country, No. 277Save to your list.
Item 23: Morris Fishbein, Quacks and Quackeries of the Healing Cults, No. 278Save to your list.
Item 24: Robert Lious Stevenson, Will O' The Mill and Markheim, No. 279Save to your list.
Item 25: Oscar Wilde, The Happy Prince and Other Tales, No. 280Save to your list.
Item 26: Thomas Babington Macauley, Lays of Ancient Rome, No. 281Save to your list.
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Item 39: Miriam Allen DeFord, Rome as Viewed by Tacitus and Juvenal, No. 899Save to your list.
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Item 42: Lloyd E. Smith, A Dictionary of Foreign Words and Phrases, No. 902Save to your list.
Item 43: William Allen Pusey, Syphilis: A Brief Treatise for the Intelligent Public, No. 903Save to your list.
Item 44: William J. Fielding, Sex Symbolism, No. 904Save to your list.
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Item 68: Arthur Keith, The Religion of a Darwinist, No. 928Save to your list.
Item 69: Stendhal, Maxims of Love, No. 929Save to your list.
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Item 26: George Milburn, A Handbook for Amateur Magicians, No. 1010Save to your list.
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Item 33: Clement Wood, ed., A Book of Nonsense Poems, No. 1016Save to your list.
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Item 36: Clement Wood, Bluebeard and His Eight Wives, No. 1019Save to your list.
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Item 39: Jack London, An Odyssey of the North, No. 1022Save to your list.
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Item 59: Honore de Balzac, A Study of a Woman and Comedies of the Counter, No. 1043Save to your list.
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Item 67: William J. Fielding, The Cause and Nature of Genius, No. 1051Save to your list.
Item 68: William J. Fielding, The Nature of Our Instincts and Emotions, No. 1052, 1922Save to your list.
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Item 72: Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary, No. 1056Save to your list.
Item 73: Clement Wood, The Truth about New York's Chinatown, No. 1057Save to your list.
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Item 75: Joseph McCabe, The Myth of Immorality, No. 1059Save to your list.
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Item 84: Charles Dickens, The Best Fun from the Pickwick Papers, No. 1068Save to your list.
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Item 87: Clement Wood, The Psycho-Analysis of Jesus, No. 1071Save to your list.
Item 88: Clement Wood, The Truth about William Jennings Bryan, No. 1072Save to your list.
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Item 92: Joseph McCabe, Morals in Ancient Babylon, No. 1076Save to your list.
Item 93: Joseph McCabe, Religion and Morals in Ancient Egypt, No. 1077Save to your list.
Item 94: Joseph McCabe, Life and Morals in Greece and Rome, No. 1078Save to your list.
Item 95: Joseph McCabe, Phallic Elements in Religion, No. 1079Save to your list.
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Item 98: George Milburn, ed., The Best Jewish Jokes, No. 1082Save to your list.
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Item 100: John McCabe, Did Jesus Ever Live?, No. 1084Save to your list.
Item 101: Ralph Oppenheim, The Love-Life of George Sand, No. 1085Save to your list.
Item 102: Ambrose Bierce, My Favorite Murder and Other Stories, No. 1086Save to your list.
Item 103: Miriam Allen DeFord, The Facts about Fascism, No. 1087Save to your list.
Item 104: Miriam Allen DeFord, The Truth about Mussolini, No. 1088Save to your list.
Item 105: James Oppenheim, The Common Sense of Sex, No. 1089Save to your list.
Item 106: R.A Power, How to Grow Fruits for the Home Table, No. 1090Save to your list.
Item 107: Joseph Colt Bloodgood, The Facts about Cancer, No. 1091Save to your list.
Item 108: Gloria Goddard, Simple Beauty Hints, No. 1092Save to your list.
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Item 110: Leo Markun, Insanity and Other Mental Disorders, No. 1094Save to your list.
Item 111: Joseph McCabe, The Sources of Christian Morality, No. 1095Save to your list.
Item 112: Gloria Goddard, How to Dress on a Small Salary, No. 1096Save to your list.
Item 113: Leo Markun, Memory: What It Is and How to Use It, No. 1097Save to your list.
Item 114: Ambrose Bierce, Extraordinary Opinions on Comonplace Subjects, No. 1098Save to your list.
Item 115: Ambrose Bierce, Iconoclastic Memories of the Civil War, No. 1100Save to your list.
Item 116: Conan A. Doyle, Sherlock Holmes Problem Stories, No. 1101Save to your list.
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Item 119: Joseph McCabe, The Myth of the Resurrection, No. 1104Save to your list.
Item 120: Gaylord Du Bois ed., Pocket Dictionary: Spanish-English/English-Spanish, No. 1105Save to your list.
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Item 5: Joseph McCabe, How Christianity "Triumphed", No. 1110Save to your list.
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Item 16: Joseph McCabe, Evolution of Christian Doctrine, No. 1121Save to your list.
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Item 18: Rupert Hughes, The Facts about Puritan Moral, No. 1123Save to your list.
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Item 25: Joseph McCabe, The Dark Ages, No. 1130Save to your list.
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Item 27: Joseph McCabe, New Light on Witchcraft, No. 1132Save to your list.
Item 28: George Milburn, ed., Love Tales of the Queen of Navarre, No. 1133Save to your list.
Item 29: Joseph McCabe, The Horrors of the Inquisition, No. 1134Save to your list.
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Item 33: William Cunningham, What Atheism Means to Me, No. 1138Save to your list.
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Item 37: Joseph McCabe, The Truth about Galileo and Medieval Science, No. 1142Save to your list.
Item 38: George Milburn, How to Prepare Manuscripts, No. 1143Save to your list.
Item 39: Joseph McCabe, The Jesuits: Religious Rogues, No. 1144Save to your list.
Item 40: Joseph McCabe, Religion and the French Revolution, No. 1145Save to your list.
Item 41: George Milburn, ed., A Book of College Humor, No 1146Save to your list.
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Item 43: Clement Wood, Sexual Crimes and American Law, No. 1148Save to your list.
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Item 47: Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Seven Vagabonds and Other Tales, No. 1152Save to your list.
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Item 49: Edgar Allen Poe, Tales of Hypnotism and Revenge, No. 1154Save to your list.
Item 50: Fitz-James O'Brien, Two Great Mystery Stories, No. 1155Save to your list.
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Item 56: E.F. Benson and Brander Matthews, Two Masterly Ghost Stories, No. 1160Save to your list.
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Item 59: Montague Rhodes James, Mystery Tales of Ghosts and Villains, No. 1162Save to your list.
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Item 61: Ben Hecht, The Unlovely Sin and Other Stories, No. 1164Save to your list.
Item 62: Ben Hecht, Jazz, and Other Stories of Love's Misfits, No. 1165Save to your list.
Item 63: Ben Hecht, Infatuation and Other Stories of Marriage, No. 1166Save to your list.
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Item 65: Jack London, Stories of Adventure, No. 1168Save to your list.
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Item 67: Jerome K. Jerome, Funny Ghost Stories, No. 1170Save to your list.
Item 68: Jerome K. Jerome, Funny Facts about Stageland, No. 1171Save to your list.
Item 69: E.B. Jonas, How To Build Your Own Greenhouse, No. 1172Save to your list.
Item 70: Edward Lear, A Book of Nonsense Alphabets, No. 1173Save to your list.
Item 71: Miriam Allen DeFord, How to Write Business Letters, No. 1174Save to your list.
Item 72: Amusing and Popular Riddles, No. 1175Save to your list.
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Item 74: Frank Harris, A Mad Love, No. 1176Save to your list.
Item 75: Havelock Ellis, Women and the New Race, No. 1177Save to your list.
Item 76: Anton Chekhov, The Chorus Girl and Her Lover's Wife and Other Stories, No. 1178Save to your list.
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Item 80: Gloria Goddard, How to Make Your Own Cosmetics, No. 1182Save to your list.
Item 81: W. Patterson, How to Play Checkers, No. 1183Save to your list.
Item 82: George Milburn ed., The Best Scotch Jokes, No. 1184Save to your list.
Item 83: Clifton L. Ray, The  Weather; What Makes It and Why?, No. 1185Save to your list.
Item 84: Harold Dix, ed., A Handbook of the Rules Of Golf, No. 1186Save to your list.
Item 85: Rupert Hughes, The Ghastly Purpose of the Parables, No. 1187Save to your list.
Item 86: Maynard Shipley, Sex and the Garden of Eden Myth, No. 1188Save to your list.
Item 87: Gloria Goddard, Pin Money: One Hundred Ways to Make Money at Home, No. 1189Save to your list.
Item 88: Anton Chekhov, What Price Love?, No. 1190Save to your list.
Item 89: Clement Wood, ed., A Book of Broadway Wisecracks, No. 1191Save to your list.
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Item 92: Pietro Fortini, Love's Heroism and Other Fascinating Stories, No. 1194Save to your list.
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Item 38: Marcet Haldeman-Julius, Why I Beleive in Companionate Marriage, No. 1258Save to your list.
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Item 61: Friedrich Nietzsche, What is Good and Evil?, No. 1281Save to your list.
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Item 114: Hartley C. Grattan vs. E. Haldeman-Julius, Can Knowledge Be Made Popular?, No. 1335Save to your list.
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Item 8: Harry Hibschman vs. Sam Grathwell, Should Companionate Marriage Be Legalized?, No. 1348Save to your list.
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Item 45: Daniel S. House, Is Our Civilization Over-Sexed?, No. 1382Save to your list.
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Item 102: L.M. Birkhead, Can Man Know God?, No. 1440Save to your list.
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Item 135: Harry Elmer Barnes, History: Truth or Propaganda?, No. 1472Save to your list.
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Item 144: Isaac Goldberg, The New Immorality, No. 1481Save to your list.
Item 145: E. Haldeman-Julius, The Dramatic Career of U.S. Grant, No. 1482Save to your list.
Item 146: Harry Elmer Barnes, Trial By Jury: The Great Burlesque of Modern Criminal Justice, No. 1483Save to your list.
Item 147: Betty Van Deventer, Why Preachers Go Wrong, No. 1484Save to your list.
Item 148: L.M. Birkhead, The Religion of a Free Man, No. 1485Save to your list.
Item 149: Joseph McCabe, Are Atheists Dogmatic?, No. 1486Save to your list.
Item 150: Joseph McCabe, A Manual of Debunking, No. 1487Save to your list.
Item 151: E. Haldeman-Julius, The Age-Old Follies of Man, No. 1488Save to your list.
Item 152: E. Haldeman-Julius, What is Christianity?, No. 1489Save to your list.
Item 153: Joseph McCabe, Is Einstein's Theory Atheistic?, No. 1490Save to your list.
Item 154: Konrad Bercovici, The Power of Women, No. 1491Save to your list.
Item 155: Konrad Bercovici, Stories of Gypsy Life, No. 1492Save to your list.
Item 156: Konrad Bercovici, Wine, Women and Song, No. 1493Save to your list.
Item 157: Konrad Bercovici, Stormy Hearts, No. 1494Save to your list.
Item 158: Konrad Bercovici, Steel Against Steel, No. 1495Save to your list.
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Item 1: Arthur Garfield Hays, The Sexual Factors in Divorce, No. 1496Save to your list.
Item 2: Arthur Garfield Hays, Companionate Divorce, No 1497Save to your list.
Item 3: L.M. Birkhead, Missouri University Sex Questionnaire and its Significance, No. 1498Save to your list.
Item 4: Maynard Shipley, New Light on the Ten Commandments, No. 1499Save to your list.
Item 5: Clarence Darrow, Why I am an Agnostic, No. 1500Save to your list.
Item 6: Joseph McCabe, Mussolini and the Pope, No. 1501Save to your list.
Item 7: Joseph McCabe, Why I Believe in Fair Taxation of Church Property, No. 1502Save to your list.
Item 8: Lloyd E. Smith, How to Use Effective English in Speech and Writing, No. 1503Save to your list.
Item 9: Lloyd E. Smith, How to Overcome Self-Consciousness, No. 1504Save to your list.
Item 10: W.E. Burghardt Du Bois, Africa, Its Geography, People and Products, No. 1505Save to your list.
Item 11: Harry Elmer Barnes, How Capitalism Developed, No. 1506Save to your list.
Item 12: Harry Elmer Barnes, A Rational View of the Sex Issue, No. 1507Save to your list.
Item 13: Heinz Norden, What You Should Know About Poisons, No. 1508Save to your list.
Item 14: Joseph McCabe, The Gay Chronicle of the Monks and Nuns, No. 1509Save to your list.
Item 15: Joseph McCabe, The Epicurean Doctrine of Happiness, No. 1510Save to your list.
Item 16: Harry Elmer Barnes, War Guilt and the Present European Situation, No. 1511Save to your list.
Item 17: E. Haldeman-Julius, Is This Century the Most Admirable in History?, No. 1512Save to your list.
Item 18: Lawrence A. Barrett, Statistics: How to Use and Interpret Them, No. 1513Save to your list.
Item 19: Heinz Norden, The Famous Inventions of Thomas Edison, No. 1514Save to your list.
Item 20: Joseph McCabe, The Love Affair of a Priest and a Nun, No. 1515Save to your list.
Item 21: Heinz Norden, Facts You Should Know About Gonorrhea, No. 1516Save to your list.
Item 22: Konrad Bercovici, Land, an Old Man and His Wife, No. 1517Save to your list.
Item 23: Konrad Bercovici, The Begger of the Alcazar, No. 1518Save to your list.
Item 24: Konrad Bercovici, Blood and Lava, No. 1519Save to your list.
Item 25: Konrad Bercovici, For Love of Zaska and Other Stories, No. 1520Save to your list.
Item 26: Konrad Bercovici, When Faith and Love Returns, No. 1521Save to your list.
Item 27: E. Haldeman-Julius, Why We Write Like Human Beings, No. 1522Save to your list.
Item 28: Heinz Norden, How to Avoid Catching Venereal Diseases, No. 1523Save to your list.
Item 29: J.V. Nash, Famous Eccentric Americans, No. 1524Save to your list.
Item 30: Harry Elmer Barnes, The Menace of the Modern Prison, No. 1525Save to your list.
Item 31: Harry Elmer Barnes, Peace Plans from Kant to Kellogg, No. 1526Save to your list.
Item 32: Heinz Norden, Herbert Hoover, the Man, No. 1527Save to your list.
Item 33: Issac Goldberg, Getting into Print, No. 1528Save to your list.
Item 34: John Haynes Holmes, Why I am Not an Atheist, No. 1529Save to your list.
Item 35: Arthur Stanley Eddington, Why I Believe in God, No. 1530Save to your list.
Item 36: Joseph Myers vs. L.M. Birkhead, Can We Follow Jesus Today? A Debate, No. 1531Save to your list.
Item 37: Migeul De Saavedra Cervantes, Don Quixote, No. 1532Save to your list.
Item 38: J.V. Nash, Famous Infant Prodigies, No. 1533Save to your list.
Item 39: B.C. Meyrowitz, How to Test Your Urine at Home, No. 1534Save to your list.
Item 40: Heinz Norden, How to Throw a Party, No. 1535Save to your list.
Item 41: Heinz Norden, How to Throw A Party, No. 1535Save to your list.
Item 42: Joseph McCabe, Facing Death Fearlessly, No. 1536Save to your list.
Item 43: L.M. Birkhead, The Essence of Unitarianism, No. 1537Save to your list.
Item 44: E. Haldeman-Julius, A Rational Sex Code, No. 1538Save to your list.
Item 45: Joseph McCabe, A Debate with a Jesuit Priest, No. 1539Save to your list.
Item 46: E. Haldeman-Julius, How We Can Live Happily, No. 1540Save to your list.
Item 47: Clarence Darrow, What Life Means to Me at Seventry-Two, No. 1541Save to your list.
Item 48: Harry Elmer Barnes, Who Started the World War?, No. 1542Save to your list.
Item 49: Joseph McCabe, Is War Inevitable?, No. 1543Save to your list.
Item 50: E. Haldeman-Julius, Why I Do Not Believe in Capital Punishment, No. 1544Save to your list.
Item 51: E. Haldeman-Julius, Why I Do Not Fear Death, No. 1545Save to your list.
Item 52: E. Haldeman-Julius, An Encyclopedia of Sex, No. 1546Save to your list.
Item 53: E. Haldeman-Julius, How Can We Wipe Out the Crime of War?, No. 1547Save to your list.
Item 54: Lorene Campbell Gibbs, Popular Chinese Cook Book, No. 1548Save to your list.
Item 55: E. Haldeman-Julius, Why I Do Not Believe in Censorship, No. 1549Save to your list.
Item 56: Joseph McCabe, How People Lived in the Middel Ages, No. 1550Save to your list.
Item 57: E. Haldeman-Julius, Why I Believe in Freedom of Thought, No. 1551Save to your list.
Item 58: W.E. Burghardt Du Bois, Africa - Its Place in Modern History, No. 1552Save to your list.
Item 59: C.O. Benson and C.L. Smith, Beneficial Exercises for Nervousness and Indigestion, No. 1553Save to your list.
Item 60: C.O. Benson and C.L. Smith, Beneficial Exercise for Nervousness and Indigestion, No. 1553Save to your list.
Item 61: C.O. Benson and C.L. Smith, Beneficial Exercises for Heart Disturbances, No. 1554Save to your list.
Item 62: C.O. Benson and C.L. Smith, Beneficial Exercise for Heart Disturbances, No. 1554Save to your list.
Item 63: William Feather, Rules for Success in Business, No. 1555Save to your list.
Item 64: William J. Fielding, How the Sun's Rays Will Give you Health and Beauty, No. 1556Save to your list.
Item 65: E. Haldeman-Julius, What is a Liberal?, No. 1557Save to your list.
Item 66: E. Haldeman-Julius, A Peep at 19th Century Americans, No. 1558Save to your list.
Item 67: Joseph McCabe, Can We Change Human Nature?, No. 1559Save to your list.
Item 68: Harry Hibschman, Why I Quit Being a Prohibitionist, No. 1560Save to your list.
Item 69: Joseph McCabe, That Horrible French Revolution, No. 1561Save to your list.
Item 70: T. Swann Harding, How to Live Long, No. 1562Save to your list.
Item 71: William J. Fielding, The Marvels and Oddities of Sunlight, No. 1563Save to your list.
Item 72: J.V. Nash, Homosexuality in the Lives of the Great, No. 1564Save to your list.
Item 73: E. Haldeman-Julius, The Dangers of Catholocism to the Public Schools, No. 1565Save to your list.
Item 74: Betty Van Deventer, How to Conduct a Love Affair, No. 1566Save to your list.
Item 75: Elizabeth Palmer, Making Men Happy with Jam and Jellies, No. 1567Save to your list.
Item 76: Thomas Edison, Full Text of Edison's Famous Scholarship Questionnaire, No. 1568Save to your list.
Item 77: William J. Fielding, Boccaccio - Lover and Chronicler of Love, No. 1569Save to your list.
Item 78: T. Swann Harding, Is Man a Rational Animal?, No. 1570Save to your list.
Item 79: Harry Hibschman, Shoul Church Property Be Tax Exempt?, No. 1571Save to your list.
Item 80: C. Hartley Grattan, How America Was Forced into the World War, No. 1572Save to your list.
Item 81: E. Haldeman-Julius, Herbert Hoover - The Fatuous Failure in the White House, No. 1573Save to your list.
Item 82: Harry Hibschman, What Price Tolerance?, No. 1574Save to your list.
Item 83: Leo Markun, The History of Veneral Diseases, No. 1575Save to your list.
Item 84: Leo Markun, Facts You Should Know About Masturbation, No. 1576Save to your list.
Item 85: Clay Fulks, Can Americans Be Made Good by Law?, No. 1577Save to your list.
Item 86: John W. Gunn, Was President Harding Murdered?, No. 1578Save to your list.
Item 87: Arthur Shumway, How Newspapers Deceive Their Readers, No. 1579Save to your list.
Item 88: E. Haldeman-Julius, The Serious Lesson in President Harding's Case of Gonorrhea, No. 1580Save to your list.
Item 89: Clarence Darrow vs. Edward Wiggam, Environment vs. Heredity, No. 1581Save to your list.
Item 90: Bertrand Russell, A Liberal View of Divorce, No. 1582Save to your list.
Item 91: A Book About Texas by TexansSave to your list.
Item 92: Holland Patterson, The Crisis that Threatens the Church, No. 1584Save to your list.
Item 93: L.M. Birkhead, From Sin to Psychiatry, No. 1585Save to your list.
Item 94: Harry Elmer Barnes, Were the Founding Fathers Pious Angels and Plaster Saints?, No. 1586Save to your list.
Item 95: Raymond Everett Wilson, The Amazing Loves of King Carol of Rumania, No. 1587Save to your list.
Item 96: Harry Elmer Barnes, Debunking the Myth of Calvin Coolidge, No. 1588Save to your list.
Item 97: E. Haldeman-Julius, Facing Life Realistically, No. 1589Save to your list.
Item 98: Theodore Dreiser, How the Great Corporations Rule the United States, No. 1590Save to your list.
Item 99: H.A. Woodmansee, How "Wicked" is Hollywood, No. 1591Save to your list.
Item 100: Leo Markun, A History of Gambling, No. 1592Save to your list.
Item 101: J.V. Nash, Romantic Heroes of the Confederacy, No. 1593Save to your list.
Item 102: Judge Marcus Kavanagh vs. Warden Lewis A. Lawes, Does the Death Penalty Curb Crime?, No. 1594Save to your list.
Item 103: Frank Vincent Waddy, Facts You Should Know about the Calendar, No. 1595Save to your list.
Item 104: Clarence Darrow vs. Clarence Wilson, Should the 18th Amendment be Repealed?, No. 1596Save to your list.
Item 105: E. Haldeman-Julius, The Meaning of Atheism, No. 1597Save to your list.
Item 106: E. Haldeman-Julius, Is "Knowledge" of God a Delusion?, No. 1598Save to your list.
Item 107: Maynard Shipley, Advice to the Godly Who Fear Atheism, No. 1599Save to your list.
Item 108: Margaret Sanger, Questions and Answers about Birth Control, No. 1600Save to your list.
Item 109: E. Haldeman-Julius, Hoover's Record as President, No. 1601Save to your list.
Item 110: Leo Markun, Principles of International Law, No. 1602Save to your list.
Item 111: C. Samuel Campbell, Is Christianity Dying?, No. 1603Save to your list.
Item 112: T. Swann Harding, The Venereal Disease Problem, No. 1604Save to your list.
Item 113: Marcet and E. Haldeman-Julius, The Girl in the Snappy Raodster, No. 1605Save to your list.
Item 114: Isaac Landman, Einstein's New Space-Substance Theory, No. 1607Save to your list.
Item 115: William J. Fielding, Facts You Should Know About the Art of Love, No. 1608Save to your list.
Item 116: Francois Rabelais. How a Roast Goose Vendor was Paid, No. 1609Save to your list.
Item 117: D.H. Lawrence, One Lover Among Many, No. 1610Save to your list.
Item 118: Sinclair Lewis, Sinclair Lewis's Speech Accepting the Nobel Prize, No. 1611Save to your list.
Item 119: E. Haldeman-Julius, Herbert Hoover's Record before He Became President, No. 1612Save to your list.
Item 120: Herbert Spencer, What Knowledge is of Most Worth?, No. 1613Save to your list.
Item 121: Herbert Spencer, How to Improve Yourself Intellectually, No. 1614Save to your list.
Item 122: Herbert Spencer, How to Improve Yourself Morally, No. 1615Save to your list.
Item 123: Herbert Spencer, How to Improve Yourself Physically, No. 1616Save to your list.
Item 124: J.M. Robertson, The Evil of Error, No. 1617Save to your list.
Item 125: Julian Huxley, Why I Reject the Idea of God, No. 1618Save to your list.
Item 126: E. Haldeman-Julius, Sir James Jean's "Mathematical God". A Debate-Analysis, No. 1619Save to your list.
Item 127: Anatole France, Merry Tales, No. 1620Save to your list.
Item 128: William F. Ogburn, How Man Will Live in the Future, No. 1621Save to your list.
Item 129: Anatole France, Five Women and the Grand Passion, No. 1622Save to your list.
Item 130: Anatole France, Who Seduced the Cook?, No. 1623Save to your list.
Item 131: Anatole France, The Woman Who Inspired Fatal Passion, No. 1624Save to your list.
Item 132: G.K. Chesterton vs. E. Haldeman-Julius, Is There a Return to Religion? A Debate, No. 1625Save to your list.
Item 133: Theophile Gautier, When Youth Burns, No. 1626Save to your list.
Item 134: Theophile Gautier, A Piece of the Princess, No. 1627Save to your list.
Item 135: Anatole France, Merry Tales of Childhood, No. 1628Save to your list.
Item 136: Masuccio, The Comedy of the Saint's Breeches, No. 1629Save to your list.
Item 137: George Henry Fisher, How to Play Stud Poker, No. 1630Save to your list.
Item 138: George Henry Fisher, How to Play Stud Poker, No. 1630Save to your list.
Item 139: Thomas Hardy, Life's Little Ironies, No. 1631Save to your list.
Item 140: Thomas Hardy, A Tragedy of Two Ambitions, No. 1632Save to your list.
Item 141: Thomas Hardy, The Seductive Exploits of a Fiddler, No. 1633Save to your list.
Item 142: Gustave Flaubert, The Dance of Death, No. 1634Save to your list.
Item 143: Heinrich Heine, The Gods in Exile, No. 1635Save to your list.
Item 144: Robert L. and Others Dickinson, What Doctors Have Learned about Birth Control, No. 1636Save to your list.
Item 145: Clarence Darrow, Absurdities of the Bible, No. 1637Save to your list.
Item 146: Clarence Darrow, Absurdities of the Bible, No. 1637Save to your list.
Item 147: Frank Vincent Waddy, Notes of Cases of Sexual Suppression, No. 1638Save to your list.
Item 148: Leo Markun, The Story of British Imperialism, No. 1639Save to your list.
Item 149: John Haynes Holmes vs. E. Haldeman-Julius, Is Science Vindicating Religion? A Modern Controversy, No. 1640Save to your list.
Item 150: Heinrich Heine, The Rabbi and Beautiful Sara, No. 1641Save to your list.
Item 151: Heinrich Heine, Maidens and Women, No. 1642Save to your list.
Item 152: Aubrey Beardsley, Under the Hill, No. 1643Save to your list.
Item 153: Prosper Merimee, The Prostitute and Her Lover, No. 1644Save to your list.
Item 154: Heinrich Heine, Strange Flowers of Passion, No. 1645Save to your list.
Item 155: Heinrich Heine, Girls, Virgins and Wine, No. 1646Save to your list.
Item 156: Prosper Merimee, The Abbe Aubain Falls in Love, No. 1647Save to your list.
Item 157: William Hazlitt, The Love of Life and Other Essays, No. 1648Save to your list.
Item 158: William Hazlitt, Are Manners Important? And Other Essays, No. 1649Save to your list.
Item 159: William Hazlitt, What I Have Learned About Life from Fools and Sages, No. 1650Save to your list.
Item 160: William Hazlitt, Tremendous Trifles about Important Commonplaces, No. 1651Save to your list.
Item 161: Havelock Ellis, The Origin of War and the Philosophy of Conflict, No. 1652Save to your list.
Item 162: Harry Elmer Barnes, The Fallacies of American Historians, No. 1653Save to your list.
Item 163: Gustave Flaubert, The Record of Felicite's Life, No. 1654Save to your list.
Item 164: Gustave Flaubert, The Accursed Woman (Herodias), No. 1655Save to your list.
Item 165: F.A. Wright, ed., The Girdle of Aphrodite, Love Poems of the Palantine Anthology, No. 1656Save to your list.
Item 166: James McNeill Whistler, The Gentle Art of Making Enemies, No. 1657Save to your list.
Item 167: Douglas Jerrold, The Handbook of Swindling, No. 1658Save to your list.
Item 168: Thomas De Quincey, On Murder as One of the Fine Arts, No. 1659Save to your list.
Item 169: H.G. Wells, A Woman's Heart and Other Stories, No. 1660Save to your list.
Item 170: H.G. Wells, The Man Who Could Work Miracles, No. 1661Save to your list.
Item 171: H.G. Wells, The Valley of Spiders and Other Stories, No. 1662Save to your list.
Item 172: H.G. Wells, The Treasure in the Forest and Other Stories, No. 1663Save to your list.
Item 173: George Eliot, Moral Swindlers and Other Essays, No. 1665Save to your list.
Item 174: Alciphron, Letters of the Courtesans, No. 1666Save to your list.
Item 175: George Eliot, Debasing the Moral Currency, No. 1667Save to your list.
Item 176: George Eliot, Do You Lose Your Temper?, No. 1668Save to your list.
Item 177: Robert Burns, The Jolly Beggars, No. 1669Save to your list.
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Item 1: Maurice Hewlett, Death's Old Comedy, No. 1670Save to your list.
Item 2: Henry James, Queer People and a Damning Passion, No. 1671Save to your list.
Item 3: Henry James, The Sweetheart of M. Briseux, No. 1672Save to your list.
Item 4: Henry James, The Runaway Wife, No. 1673Save to your list.
Item 5: Henry James, Spiritual Magnetism, No. 1674Save to your list.
Item 6: Henry James, The Mad Lovers and the Emperor's Topaz, No. 1675Save to your list.
Item 7: E. Haldeman-Julius, How the World's Greatest Scholar Can Help You, No. 1676Save to your list.
Item 8: T. Shawn Harding, How the Army and the Navy Fight Venereal Diseases, No. 1677Save to your list.
Item 9: T. Shawn Harding, Moral and Social Aspects of the Veneral Disease Problem, No. 1678Save to your list.
Item 10: T. Shawn Harding, Various Types of Venereal Diseases and Their Treatment, No. 1679Save to your list.
Item 11: Horace M. Kallen, The Warfare of Religion and Science, No. 1681Save to your list.
Item 12: Leo Markun, The Story of American Imperialism, No. 1682Save to your list.
Item 13: Neil Borquist Musser, My Life at the U.S. Naval Academy, No. 1683Save to your list.
Item 14: Thomas Hardy, To Please His Wife, No. 1684Save to your list.
Item 15: Leo Markun, The History and First Principles of Insurance, No. 1685Save to your list.
Item 16: E. Haldeman-Julius, Unemployment Insurance: America's Big Issue, No. 1686Save to your list.
Item 17: Anderson Fredericks, 100 Cocktails: How to Make Them and What to Eat With Them, No. 1688Save to your list.
Item 18: Algernon Lee, Socialism and the Farmers' Problem, No. 1689Save to your list.
Item 19: Upton Sinclair, Socialism and Culture, No. 1690Save to your list.
Item 20: Heywood Brown, Why I Am a Socialist, No. 1691Save to your list.
Item 21: Daniel W. Hoan, Socialism and the City, No. 1692Save to your list.
Item 22: Devere Allen, Will Socialism End the Evil of War?, No. 1693Save to your list.
Item 23: Norman Angell, Socialism and Communism, No. 1694Save to your list.
Item 24: McAlister Coleman, Pioneers of Socialism, No. 1695Save to your list.
Item 25: G.D.H. Cole, Incentives Under Socialism, No. 1696Save to your list.
Item 26: James O'Neal, Socialism and the Trade Unions, No. 1697Save to your list.
Item 27: John M. Work, Certain Misconceptions, No. 1698Save to your list.
Item 28: Fred Henderson, The Socialist Goal, No. 1699Save to your list.
Item 29: McAlister Coleman, The Betrayal of the Workless, No. 1700Save to your list.
Item 30: James Oneal, Can Socialism Prevail in America?, No. 1701Save to your list.
Item 31: Paul Blanshard, Forces Making for Socialism, No. 1702Save to your list.
Item 32: Clarence Senior, Organizing the World for Socialism, No. 1703Save to your list.
Item 33: Norman Thomas, Socialism and the Individual, No. 1704Save to your list.
Item 34: Marion Phillips, Socialism and Women, No. 1705Save to your list.
Item 35: Morris Hillquit and Nathan Fine, The Practical Accomplishments of Socialism, No. 1706Save to your list.
Item 36: Harry W. Laidler, The Practical Program of Socialism, No. 1707Save to your list.
Item 37: Morris Hillquit, The Political Philosophy of Socialism, No. 1708Save to your list.
Item 38: Leo Markun, The White Slave Traffic, No. 1709Save to your list.
Item 39: Leo Markun, The Magic of Numbers, No. 1710Save to your list.
Item 40: Leo Markun, The Economics of Taxation, No. 1711Save to your list.
Item 41: Leo Markin, Great Dates in History, No. 1712Save to your list.
Item 42: Morton Grad, Sexual Impotence - Its Causes and Treatment, No. 1713Save to your list.
Item 43: J. Raymond Solly, The Case for Determinism and Against Free Will, No. 1714Save to your list.
Item 44: F.J. Gould, Funeral Services without Theology, No. 1715Save to your list.
Item 45: William Archer, The Superstition of "Sin", No. 1716Save to your list.
Item 46: Charles T. Gorham, Religion as a Bar to Progress, No. 1717Save to your list.
Item 47: Fedor Doestoevski, A Nasty Story, No. 1718Save to your list.
Item 48: William Archer, Dean Inge's Apology for Christianity, No. 1719Save to your list.
Item 49: William Archer, Surrendering to Catholicism, No. 1720Save to your list.
Item 50: E.T.A. Hoffman, Gambler's Luck, No. 1721Save to your list.
Item 51: Leo Markun, Fortune Telling from Dreams, No. 1722Save to your list.
Item 52: Leah Gregg, The Amazing Career of Al Capone, No. 1723Save to your list.
Item 53: Leo Markun, The Next World War: How it is Being Prepared, No. 1724Save to your list.
Item 54: Leo Markun, The Story of Tammany Hall, No. 1725Save to your list.
Item 55: Leo Markun, How to Think Creatively, No. 1726Save to your list.
Item 56: Leo Markun, How to Think Creatively, No. 1726Save to your list.
Item 57: Frederick Anderson, Fifty Famous Sauces: How to Make Them, No. 1727Save to your list.
Item 58: Frederick Anderson, Fifty Famous Sauces: How to Make Them, No. 1727Save to your list.
Item 59: Robert Cromie, Technocracy - From the Viewpoint of an Editor, No. 1729Save to your list.
Item 60: Joseph McCabe and E. Haldeman-Julius, How Man Made God, No. 1730Save to your list.
Item 61: Joseph McCabe and E. Haldeman-Julius, Atheism in Russia, No. 1731Save to your list.
Item 62: Joseph McCabe and E. Haldeman-Julius, What God Cost Man, No. 1732Save to your list.
Item 63: Joseph McCabe and E. Haldeman-Julius, The Blood of Martyrs, No. 1733Save to your list.
Item 64: E.W. Howe, The Indignations of E.W. Howe, No. 1734Save to your list.
Item 65: Max Ehrman, Wordly Wisdom Being the Wisdom of Jesus Sirach Done In Verse, No. 1735Save to your list.
Item 66: Lester Hutter, Sexological Dictionary, No. 1736Save to your list.
Item 67: C. Samuel Campbell, Sex and Blackmail Rackets Exposed, No. 1737Save to your list.
Item 68: Stanley M. Lanfberg, How to Win Prize Contests, No. 1738Save to your list.
Item 69: J.W. Klapman, Hints on Developing Personality, No. 1739Save to your list.
Item 70: C. Samuel Campbell, True Prison Escapes, No. 1740Save to your list.
Item 71: J.W. Klapman, The Case Concerning Incest, No. 1741Save to your list.
Item 72: J.W. Klapman, A Short Introduction to Mental Hygiene, No. 1742Save to your list.
Item 73: J.W. Klapman, What You Should Know About Sleep, No. 1743Save to your list.
Item 74: J.W. Klapman, A Short Treatise on Abnormal Psychology, No. 1744Save to your list.
Item 75: J.W. Klapman, The Story of Cancer, No. 1745Save to your list.
Item 76: C. Samuel Campbell, An Exposure of Mediums' Tricks and Rackets, No. 1746Save to your list.
Item 77: C. Samuel Campbell, An Exposure of Mediums' Tricks and Rackets, No. 1746Save to your list.
Item 78: Donald Coveyou, Standard Games of Solitaire, No. 1747Save to your list.
Item 79: C. Samuel Campbell, Scientific Crime Detection, No. 1748Save to your list.
Item 80: C. Samuel Campbell, Scientific Crime Detection, No. 1748Save to your list.
Item 81: George Henry Fisher, How to Play Backgammon, No. 1749Save to your list.
Item 82: Anson D. Eby, Curiosities of Language, No. 1750Save to your list.
Item 83: C. Samuel Campbell, Methods of Criminals, No. 1751Save to your list.
Item 84: C. Samuel Campbell, How to Become a Detective, No. 1752Save to your list.
Item 85: J.W. Klapman, Why Many Women Are Sexually Unattractive, No. 1753Save to your list.
Item 86: J.W. Klapman, Why Many Women Are Sexually Unattractive, No. 1753Save to your list.
Item 87: C. Samuel Campbell, How to Read Fingerprints, No. 1754Save to your list.
Item 88: Albert Hohl, The Simplified Cook-Book, No. 1756Save to your list.
Item 89: William Sulzer, Sayings of a Sourdough, No. 1757Save to your list.
Item 90: E. Haldemen-Julius, Is Adolf Hitler a Maniac?, No. 1758Save to your list.
Item 91: Richard J. Hopkins, Abraham Lincoln - Lawyer, No. 1759Save to your list.
Item 92: Richard J. Hopkins, The United States of Europe, No. 1760Save to your list.
Item 93: Roy Tozier, America's Little Hitlers, No. 1761Save to your list.
Item 94: Joseph McCabe, What is Wrong With the World, No. 1762Save to your list.
Item 95: Joseph McCabe, How an Ape Became a Man, No. 1763Save to your list.
Item 96: Joseph McCabe, The Evolution of Animal Life, No. 1764Save to your list.
Item 97: Joseph McCabe, The World We Live In, No. 1765Save to your list.
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