The Strand Magazine/Volume 2/Issue 9
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Vol. 2. No. 9.
Contents (not listed in original)
- Illustrated Interviews. No. III. Madame Albani., by Harry How.
Illustrations by W. B. Wollen.
- The Postmistress of Laurel Run, by Bret Harte.
Illustrations by Paul Hardy.
- Young Tommy Atkins, a Personal Experience.
Illustrations by Frank Feller.
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
Adventure III. A Case of Identity, by A. Conan Doyle.
Illustrations by Sidney Paget.
- Street-Corner Men by H. Tuck.
Illustrations by H. Tuck.
- For an Old Debt, by J. Harwood Panting.
Illustrations by G. Hillyard Swinstead.
- Portraits of Celebrities at Different Times of their Lives.
- Professor Owen
- Mrs. W. H. Kendal.
- W. H. Kendal.
- The Duke of Connaught.
- Dr. Robson Roose.
- Michael Maybrick.
- Henry Russell.
- The Foundling Hospital.
Illustrations by John Gülich.
- A Perilous Wooing, from the Norwegian of Bjornstjerne Bjornson.
Illustrations by J. Finnemore.
- Wild Animal Training.
Illustrations by J. L. Wimbush.
- The Last Touches, by Mrs. W. K. Clifford, Author of "Mrs. Keith's Crime."
Illustrations by Gordon Browne.
- Some Curious Inventions by J. H. Roberts.
Illustrations by J. H. Roberts.
- The Lucky Coin, a Story for Children, from the Portugese of Gonzalo Fernandez Francoso.
Illustrations by H. R. Millar.
- The Queer Side of Things.
- I.—Judicial Innocence, written and illustrated by J. F. Sullivan.
- II.—A Variation on Two Suits.
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