"Hobo" an American Periodical Series Online
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Will AMERICAN PERIODICAL SERIES ONLINE ever finish PUCK? I leave for three weeks and nothing has been done?...A search for "hobo" results in thousands of hits, almost all bad. A second keyword must be used.
"HOBO" AND "PUCK" SEARCH
WHEN THE BLOOM IS ON THE HOBO.
L.M. GLACKENS. Puck (1877-1918). New York: Apr 25, 1906. Vol. 59, Iss. 1521; p. 0_7 (1 page)
THE HOBO AND THE HEN.
Puck (1877-1918). New York: Apr 28, 1909. Vol. 65, Iss. 1678; p. 0_4 (1 page)
The Hobo Joke Comes Back!
Puck (1877-1918). New York: Jun 24, 1916. Vol. 79, Iss. 2051; p. 13 (1 page)
A Philosophic Hobo
Puck (1877-1918). New York: Jul 15, 1916. Vol. 79, Iss. 2054; p. 4 (1 page)
A Glass Heart
Z A. Puck (1877-1918). New York: Jan 27, 1917. Vol. 81, Iss. 2082; p. 7 (1 page)
"HOBO" AND "TRAMP" SEARCH (1893 is really the first citation here. Notice the large gap.--ed.
Anonymous. The Southern Literary Messenger; Devoted to Every Department of Literature, and the Fine Arts (1848-1864). Richmond: Jun 1863. Vol. 37, Iss. 6; p. 383 (1 page)
History of the war
Robert R Howison. The Southern Literary Messenger; Devoted to Every Department of Literature, and the Fine Arts (1848-1864). Richmond: Feb 1864. Vol. 38, Iss. 2; p. 65 (12 pages)
TRAMPING WITH TRAMPS.; THE AMERICAN TRAMP CONSIDERED GEOGRAPHICALLY.
Josiah Flynt.. Century Illustrated Magazine (1881-1906). New York: Nov 1893. Vol. VOL. XLVII., Iss. No. 1.; p. 99 (10 pages)
"HOBOES" AND "TRAINS" SEARCH (1897 is really first--ed.)
Art. II.--Internal improvements in the state of New York
Anonymous. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review (1839-1870). New York: Oct 1850. Vol. 23, Iss. 4; p. 383 (13 pages)
A MAN AND SOME OTHERS.
Stephen Crane.. Century Illustrated Magazine (1881-1906). New York: Feb 1897. Vol. VOL. LIII., Iss. No. 4.; p. 601 (7 pages)
TRAMPS AND HOBOES.
Forum (1886-1930). New York: Oct 1898. p. 217 (5 pages)
HEROES OF THE RAILWAY SERVICE.; I. NOTES FROM EXPERIENCE.
BY CHARLES DE LANO HINE.. Century Illustrated Magazine (1881-1906). New York: Mar 1899. Vol. VOL. LVII., Iss. No. 5.; p. 653 (11 pages)
THE TRAMP AND THE RAILROADS.
BY JOSIAH FLYNT, Author of "The Tramp at Home," "The City Tramp," etc.. Century Illustrated Magazine (1881-1906). New York: Jun 1899. Vol. VOL. LVIII., Iss. No. 2.; p. 258 (9 pages)
"HOBO" AND "NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE" SEARCH
HOBOES CELEBRATE IN A CAMP NEAR BUFFALO, N. Y., WITH AN ANNUAL FEAST; The Call Was Sent Out by Denver Dan and Crowds of the Citizens Who Never Work, and Never Will, Responded. COMMITTEE ON REFRESHMENTS STOLE BEER AND FOOD. As a Result the Tattered and Torn Knights of the Road Had Two Separate and Distinct Orgies Which Lasted the Entire Day.
The National Police Gazette (1845-1906). New York: Jun 30, 1900. Vol. VOLUME LXXVI., Iss. No. 1103.; p. 6 (1 page)
HOW WOMEN FIGURE IN---TRAGEDY AND A BIT OF SENSATION---THE NEWS OF THE DAY; Armed With Her Husband's Shotgun, an Atlantic City, N. J., Wife Holds Up a Thieving Hobo. GIRL OF SENECA, S. C., WITNESSES HER LOVER'S DEATH. Festive Wife of Washington, Pa., Corrected by Her Husband On the Street Because She Wore Bloomers While Bicycling.
The National Police Gazette (1845-1906). New York: Oct 6, 1900. Vol. VOLUME LXXVII., Iss. No. 1207.; p. 3 (1 page)
THIRSTY HOBOS ALL EAGER TO TAKE A LONG CHANCE WERE AFTER SCIENTIFIC DRINKS; They Were Willing to be Experimented on by the Chemist for the United States Government. DIDN'T REALLY CARE WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM As Soon as the Announcement was made the Wandering Tribes all Headed for Washington so as to Get on the Job Quickly.
The National Police Gazette (1845-1906). New York: Dec 8, 1906. Vol. VOLUME LXXXIX., Iss. No. 1530.; p. 6 (1 page)
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