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Webb, Howard W., 1925-
Illinois prose writers.
Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Howard W Webb
|Description:||x, 147 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||Letter to Father Germon, by Father G. Marest.--Building a log cabin, by J. Woods.--Shawnee town and its vicinity, by J. Hall.--An Indian's treaty, by B. Hawk.--A prairie bride and groom. A prairie circus. Prairie neighbors. By E.W. Farnham.--Letter to Joshua F. Speed. A house divided. Farewell address at Springfield, Illinois. By A. Lincoln.--The fire, by L. Tree.--The bomb and the trial of the anarchists, by R. Herrick.--Archey road. On reform candidates. By F.P. Dunne.--An old settler holds fast, by H.B. Fuller.--After the skyscrapers, what? by G. Ade.--Prairie town, by C. Sandburg.--Observations on a city series, by R. Lardner.--The morning of a native son, by R. Wright.--Disaster in deep-water no. 9, by R. Coover.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Howard W. Webb, Jr.|