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  1. 21.
    Bronxville Review 30 April 1927
    “To the Lighthouse”. Virginia Woolf.
  2. 22.
    Bronxville Review 23 December 1933
    ... Wallace; “Mischief, by Ben Ames Williams; “Flush”, by Virginia Woolf. Recent non-fiction: “Edward VII”, by E. F. Benson; “Testament ...
  3. 23.
    Bronxville Review 25 December 1926
    ... G. Darby. Mr. F. W. Wilson, Mr. Thomas O, Woolf, Mr. How'ard E. Cook, Mr. Charles I. Marvin, Mr. ...
  4. 24.
    Bronxville Review 8 August 1925
    ... panv of New York at No i7« Mrs. Dalloway —Woolf, Virginia No. 22 William Street, in the Borough way, ...
  5. 25.
    Bronxville Review 20 August 1927
    ... Comes of Age, Andre Siegfried; To the Lighthouse, Virginia Woolf; Alma, Margaret Fuller; The Triumph of Youth, Jacob Wasserraan; ...
  6. 26.
    Bronxville Review 16 July 1927
    Woolf, Class C.
  7. 27.
    Bronxville Review 4 June 1909
    Mrs. Hoysradt’s mother, Mrs. Woolf
  8. 28.
    Bronxville Review 5 March 1927
    ... Thompson, William Barlow Ware. D. L. Whiteman, Thomas Oakley W^oolf, Paul P. Wrlgley, Edward E. Wyman, Walter F. Wyman, ...
  9. 29.
    Bronxville Review 7 March 1931
    ... York Times Magazine article last Sunday, by S. J. Woolf. He is quoted, in part, as follows; “. . ...
  10. 30.
    Bronxville Review 29 April 1933
    ... exported it to Liverpool to a company known as Woolf & Phelsfer. It was the first shipment of live ...
  11. 31.
    Bronxville Review 14 March 1919
    ... were only two eye witnesses to the accident, Mrs. Woolf and Mrs. Moffat, both of whom were on the ...
  12. 32.
    Bronxville Review 8 October 1936
    ... it was announced. In an interview with S. J. Woolf in the New York Times on October 4, the ...
  13. 33.
    Bronxville Review 25 March 1937
    ... Somerset Maugham, as well as “The Years” by Virginia Woolf, which has not yet been given to the general ...