Series: Charles Boni Paper Books

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Dewer rides by L. A. G. Strong#4, November 1929
The Golden Wind by Margaret Takashi & Sperry Ohta#2, September 1929
Prosperity: Fact or Myth (Charles Boni Paper Books) by Stuart Chase#5, December 1929
All in the Racket by William E. Weeks#12, July 1930
Margaret Fuller, a biography by Margaret Bell#13, August 1930
My reminiscences as a cowboy by Frank Harris#7, February 1930
Prize Poems 1913-1929 by Charles A. Wagner#9, April 1930
Sun-Way by Margaret Sperry#15, October 1930
Wandering Women by John Cournos#14, September 1930

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