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Dawson, Mary. The Mary Dawson game book; a manual of original games and guessing contests for entertainments of every description and for all ages. McKay, 1916.

Golf for women, by a woman golfer. Moffat, 1916.

Irwin, Florence. The complete auction player. Putnam, 1916.

Nettleton, G. H. The book of the Yale pageant, 21 October, 1916; in commemoration of the two hundredth anniversary of the removal of Yale College to New Haven, edited by George Henry Nettleton. Yale University Press, 1916.

Stout, W. B. The boy's book of mechanical models. Little, 1916.

Yokoyama, Sakujiro, and Eisuké Oshima. Jūdo; translated by Yamakichi Horiguchi. Nishodó, 1915.

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war.

Alexander, P. F. The north-west and north-east passages, 1576-1611; edited by Philip F. Alexander. Cambridge University Press, 1915.

Andreas. With gypsies in Bulgaria. Young, 1916.

Bailey, W.F. The Slavs of the war zone. Chapman, 1916.

Chatterton, E. K. Daring deeds of famous pirates; true stories of the stirring adventures, bravery and resource of pirates, filibusters and buccaneers. Lippincott, 1917. Czaplicka, M. A. My Siberian

year. Pott.

Fairgrieve, James. Geography and world power.

London University Press, 1915.

Gordon, Winifred. A woman in the Balkans, by Mrs. Will Gordon. Hutchinson, 1916.

Contents: Serbia. Bulgaria. Roumania. Adriatic and the Bocche de Cattaro. Montenegro. Albania.

Griffis, W.E. Bonnie Scotland and what we owe her. Houghton, 1916. Hale, L. C. We discover the

Old Dominion; drawings by Walter Hale. Dodd, 1916.

Hammond, J. M. Winter journeys in the South; pen and camera impressions of men, manners, women, and things all the

way from the blue gulf and New Orleans through fashionable Florida palms to the pines of Virginia. Lippincott, 1916.

Haynes, Williams. Sandhills sketches; illustrated with photographs by the author and others. Haynes, 1916.

Contents: Dodging winter. "Them Huggins boys." A Sandhills Christmas carol. “Tar burnin'." Some quail dogs and others. The clay birds. Through a jungle to the Old South.

Jackson, F. J. Foakes- Social life in England, 1750–1850. Macmillan, 1916.

Contents: Life in the eighteenth century illustrated by the career of John Wesley: George Crabbe. Margaret Catchpole. Gunning's Reminiscences of Cambridge, Creevey papers; the regency. Social abuses as exposed by Charles Dickens. Mid-Victorianism: W. M. Thackeray. Sport, and rural England.

Jerrold, Laurence. France; her people and her spirit. Bobbs-Merrill, 1916.

Lethbridge, Marjorie, and Alan LETHBRIDGE. The soul of the Russian. Lane, 1916.

Contents: The pilgrim spirit. The monstrous affront. An apostle of dreams. My friend Sobolof. Russian travelling companions. General Ivanoff. The Cossack. The steppe. My Russian household. Russia in travail. Skóboloff. The ikon. The "credo" of the moujik. Vereschagin. A Russian picnic. Omsk. A Siberian exile of 1800. Siberia and the

Russia. “Tania." Kieff. River travel in Russia. Russia's northern gateway -- Arch. angel. Warsaw; a retrospect. A Polish aide-de-camp of Napoleon. Tania's orthodoxy. The song of the moujik. Russian railway advance.

Maurice, A. B. The New York of the novelists. Dodd, 1916.

Peixotto, E. C. Our Hispanic southwest. Scribner, 1916.

Contents: The charm of New Orleans. The old Texan capital. The historic background. Along the Mexican border. Through Arizona. The Pueblos near Albuquerque. The City of the Holy Faith. Northward to Taos. The return to Santa Fé.

Rawnsley, H. D. Past and present at the English lakes. MacLehose, 1916.

Contents: Sunrise on Helvellyn. Reminiscences of Hartley Coleridge. From Gowbarrow to Mar. dale and back. The German miners at Keswick. The home of the German miners in Tyrol. The bluebells of the Duddon. The consecration crosses, St. Kentigern's Church, Crosthwaite. A hundred miles of beauty at the lakes. The story of Gough and his dog. At the sign of the Nag's Head. Crossing the sands. A crack with Mrs. Dixon of Dove cottage.

Sergeant, E. S. French perspectives. Houghton, 1916. Contents: Curious company.

Standards of a bourgeois family. Mimi up to date. The other side of the door. Utopia. A pleasant hero of Provence. M. le Cure's lunch-party. Achille. New voices in French poetry: A modern Coenobium. Signs of the times. Epilogue: The Merciers in Topsbridge.

Topham, Anne. Memories of the fatherland. Dodd, 1916.

United States. - Interior Department. National parks portfolio. Scribner.

Wilstach, Paul. Mount Vernon; Washington's home and the nation's shrine. Doubleday, 1916.

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