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Figure In Nineteen Hundred and Now introducing Edmund Vance Cooke IN A PROGRAM-LECTURE OF HIS OWN WRITINGS GIVEN AT THE TOWN HALL NEW YORK CITY November Seventeenth PROGRAM SALUTATORY In Nineteen Hundred and Now FLESH AND SPIRIT (a) Little Calico Pig (b) What is America? SUPPRESSION AND EXPRESSION (a) Sedition (b) The Flag-Gods GASTRONOMICS AND ECONOMICS (a) Vittles (b) Uncivilized OUR MOST IMPORTANT (a) The Doctor's Daughter (b) The Moo Cow Moo CONTRASTED CHARACTERS (a) Father (b) Fin de siecle FAITH AND DOUBT (a) How did you die? (b) Why de Debbil? VALEDICTORY The Eternal Everyday (Program Subject to Change) Mr. Cooke's Volumes About half of the poems on this program are among the hundred and more to be found in Mr. Cooke's new volume, Companionable Poems. By special arrangement autographed copies of any of Mr. Cooke's volumes in the following list are available by mail at THE HARTER SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY, 2052 EAST 71st STREET, CLEVELAND, OHIO: — COMPANIONABLE POEMS— Cloth, $1.50 net CHRONICLES OF THE LITTLE TOT— Poems about Children Cloth, $1.75 net (Beautifully Illustrated) IMPERTINENT POEMS— Poems Men Like Cloth, $1.75 net (Illustrations by Gordon Ross) RIMES TO BE READ— Miscellaneous Poems Cloth, $1.75 net THE UNCOMMONER COMMONER— Songs of Democracy Cloth, $1.75 net I RULE THE HOUSE— More Poems About Children Cloth, $1.50 net LITTLE SONGS FOR TWO— Love Lyrics Cloth, $1.50 net TOLD TO THE LITTLE TOT— Short Stories for Children Beautifully Illustrated by Bessie Collins Pease Cloth, $1.75 net THE STORY CLUB— Stories for Children Illustrated in Colors Cloth, $1.75 net JUST THEN SOMETHING HAPPENED— A Story for Children and for People who have been Children Cloth, $1.75 net New Publications BY EDMUND VANCE COOKE SUPPLEMENTING his readings and recitations before schools and school people Mr. Cooke is now collaborating in an advisory capacity with Harter's in the production of worth while Primary and Elementary Seat Work and Silent Reading Helps. Of the latter, his recent Happy Books for Boys and Girls series is gaining notable favor among educators. This Series is designed for color work, memorization, and class recitation and entertainment, and includes: — MARK AND MAY AT WORK AND PLAY A Semi-bound volume containing twelve interesting drawings depicting the lively characters, Mark and May, in various child-interest activities, with new and original verses by Mr. Cooke. Printed on water color paper; heavy art leatherette covers, $0.25. PLAYMATES OF OTHER NATIONS A semi-bound volume containing drawings of Familiar Friends the children of other countries, in native costumes and setting with new verses by Mr. Cooke. Printed on water color paper; heavy art leatherette covers, $0.25. THE GARDEN PARTY A book of sixteen beautiful drawings of good things to eat. with appropriate verse by Mr. Cooke, under each drawing: verses are extremely clever. They tell all about what Mr. Pea says and does. Mr. Banana's likes and dislikes, etc. Semi-bound. Printed on water color paper: heavy art leatherete covers, $0.25. TWO NEW CHILDREN'S BOOKS How Tabitha Cat Taught School—A new book of stories children love. Excellent material for primary grade story-telling. Written in the inimitable Cooke style and relating How Tabitha Cat Taught School, and other stories. 32 pages, paper cover, $0.25. A Handful of Holidays—A new book of children's verses and poems celebrating the seasons and holidays throughout the year, for reading and entertainment purposes. 32 pages, paper cover, $0.25 32 pages, paper cover, $0.25. All of the above volumes are available by mail, postpaid, at The Harter School Supply Company, 2052 East 71st Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
|Title||In Nineteen Hundred and Now|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||
|Personal Name Subject||Cooke, Edmund Vance|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
|Contributing Institution||University of Iowa. Libraries. Special Collections Dept.|
|Archival Collection||Redpath Chautauqua Collection|
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|Number of Pages||4|
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