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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Aspirin age, 1919-1941.
New York, Simon and Schuster, 1949
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Samuel Hopkins Adams; Isabel Leighton
|Description:||ix, 491 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||1919: The forgotten men of Versailles, by Harry Hansen.--1920: The noble experiment of Izzie and Moe, by Herbert Asbury.--1921: Aimee Semple McPherson; "Sunlight in my soul," by Carey McWilliams.--1923: The timely death of President Harding, by S.H. Adams.--1923: Konklave in Kokomo, by Robert Coughlan.--1924: Calvin Coolidge, a study in inertia, by Irving Stone.--1926: My fights with Jack Dempsey, by Gene Tunney.--1927: The last days of Sacco and Vanzetti, by Phil Stong.--1927: The Lindbergh legends by John Lardner.--1929: The crash, and what it meant, by Thurman Arnold.--1930: The radio priest and his flock, by Wallace Stegner.--1931: The mysterious death of Starr Faithfull, by Morris Markey.--1933: The first hundred days of the New Deal, by A.M. Schlesinger, Jr.--1934: Full house; my life with the Dionnes, by Keith Munro.--1934: The peculiar fate of the Morro Castle, by William McFee.--1935: Huey Long, American dictator, by Hodding Carter.--1936: The King and the girl from Baltimore, by M.C. Harriman.--1937: An occurrence at Republic Steel, by Howard Fast.--1938: The man on the ledge, by Joel Sayre.--1938: The night the Martians came, by Charles Jackson.--1940: Wendell Willkie, a study in courage, by Roscoe Drummond.--1941: Pearl Harbor Sunday, the end of an era, by Jonathan Daniels.|
|Responsibility:||written by Samuel Hopkins Adams [and others] ; edited by Isabel Leighton.|