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Photographs And Other Illustrations
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
VALUE OF ILLUSTRATIONS. The perfecting of photo-engraving processes for making illustrations has been one of the most important factors in the development of popular magazin...

An Outline For The Analysis Of Special Feature Articles
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
I. SOURCES OF MATERIAL 1. What appears to have suggested the subject to the writer? 2. How much of the article was based on his personal experience? 3. How much ...

Teach Children Love Of Art Through Storytelling
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
(_Boston Herald_) "----And so," ended the story, "St. George slew the dragon." A great sigh, long drawn and sibilant, which for the last five minutes had been swelling 57 l...

Where Girls Learn To Wield Spade And Hoe
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
To go to school in a potato patch; to say one's lessons to a farmer; to study in an orchard and do laboratory work in a greenhouse--this is the pleasant lot of the modern girl...

Boys In Search Of Jobs
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
(_Boston Transcript_) BY RAYMOND G. FULLER One morning lately, if you had stood on Kneeland street in sight of the entrance of the State Free Employment Office, you would h...

Girls And A Camp
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
(_New York Evening Post_) NOW IT IS THAT MANY COVEYS OF STUDENTS ARE HEADED TOWARD LAKE AND MOUNTAIN--JUST HOW IT PAYS With the sudden plunge into a muggy heat, more sugg...

Your Porter
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
BY EDWARD HUNGERFORD He stands there at the door of his car, dusky, grinning, immaculate--awaiting your pleasure. He steps forward as you near him and, with a quick, intuit...

The Gentle Art Of Blowing Bottles
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
And the Story of How Sand is Melted into Glass BY F. GREGORY HARTSWICK Remedies for our manifold ills; the refreshment that our infant lips craved; coolness in time of heat...

The Neighborhood Playhouse
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
A GIFT TO THE EAST SIDE--HOW THE SETTLEMENT WORK OF MISSES IRENE AND ALICE LEWISOHN HAS CULMINATED AT LAST IN A REAL THEATRE--ITS ATTRACTIONS AND EDUCATIONAL VALUE The pi...

The Singular Story Of The Mosquito Man
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
BY HELEN BULLITT LOWRY "Now you just hold up a minute"--the bungalow-owner waved an indignant hand at the man in the little car chug-chugging over the bumpy road. "Now I ...

A County Service Station
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
WHERE NEW YORK FARMERS GET HELP IN THEIR FRUIT GROWING AND MARKETING PROBLEMS BY D. H. WILLIAMS You've got to look into the family closet of a county and study its skele...

Guarding A City's Water Supply
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
HOW THE CITY CHEMIST WATCHES FOR THE APPEARANCE OF DEADLY BACILLI; WATER MADE PURE BY CHEMICALS BY HENRY J. RICHMOND "COLON." The city chemist spoke the one significant w...

The Occupation And Exercise Cure
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
BY FRANK MARSHALL WHITE The nerve specialist leaned back in his chair behind the great mahogany desk in his consulting-room and studied the features of the capitalist as th...

The Brennan Monorail Car
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
BY PERCEVAL GIBBON It was November 10, 1909--a day that will surely have its place in history beside that other day, eighty-five years ago, when George Stephenson drove the...

A New Political Wedge
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
THE WAY ST. LOUIS WOMEN DROVE A NINE-HOUR DAY INTO THE LAW BY INIS H. WEED It was the evening before the state primaries--a sweltering first of August night in the teneme...

The Job Lady
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
GIVES THE YOUNG WAGE-EARNER A FAIR WORKING CHANCE BY MARY E. TITZEL The Jones School, the oldest public school building in Chicago, is at Harrison Street and Plymouth Cou...

Mark Twain's First Sweetheart, Becky Thatcher, Tells Of Their Childhood Courtship
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
To Mrs. Laura Frazer of Hannibal, Mo., Mark Twain's immortal "Adventures of Tom Sawyer" is a rosary, and the book's plot is the cord of fiction on which beads of truth are str...

Four Men Of Humble Birth Hold World Destiny In Their Hands
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
BY WILLIAM G. SHEPHERD WASHINGTON--Out of a dingy law office in Virginia, out of a cobbler's shop in Wales, out of a village doctor's office in France and from a farm on th...

The Confessions Of A College Professor's Wife
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
A college professor--as may be proved by any number of novels and plays--is a quaint, pedantic person, with spectacles and a beard, but without any passions--except for books....

A Paradise For A Penny
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
MADDENED BY THE CATALOGUES OF PEACE-TIME, ONE LOVER OF GARDENS YET MANAGED TO BUILD A LITTLE EDEN, AND TELLS HOW HE DID IT FOR A SONG By WALTER PRICHARD EATON War-time ec...

Wanted: A Home Assistant
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
(_Pictorial Review_) One illustration made by a staff artist, with the caption, "The New Home Assistant is Trained for Her Work." WANTED: A HOME ASSISTANT BUSINESS HOU...

Six Years Of Tea Rooms
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
BUSINESS CAREER OF A WOMAN COLLEGE GRADUATE "For the last three years I have cleared $5,000 a year on my tea rooms," declared a young woman who six years ago was graduated w...

One Man's Way Of Serving The Directtoconsumer Market
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
By A. L. SARRAN If you live within a hundred and fifty miles of a city, if you possess ordinary common sense and have the ability to write a readable and understandable let...

Sales Without Salesmanship
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
BY JAMES H. COLLINS "Say, you're a funny salesman!" exclaimed the business man. "Here I make up my own mind that I need two motor trucks and decide to buy 'em from your com...

The Accident That Gave Us Woodpulp Paper
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
HOW A MIGHTY MODERN INDUSTRY OWED ITS BEGINNING TO GOTTFRIED KELLER AND A WASP BY PARKE F. HANLEY On the day when President Wilson was inaugurated to his second term, th...

Centennial Of The First Steamship To Cross The Atlantic
from How To Write Special Feature Articles
(7-column head) One hundred years ago this week there was launched at New York the ship Savannah, which may be called the father of the scores of steamers that are now carr...