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A collection of three short stories originally published in the Saturday Evening Post, telling the comic misadventures of the Rev. Roscoe Titmarsh Fibble, D.D.Cobb joined the staff of the magazine Saturday Evening Post during 1911, and covered the Great War for the magazine. At the same time, he wrote a book about his experiences, published during 1915, titled Paths Of Glory. After a second visit to France to cover the Great War, Cobb publicized the achievements of the unit known as theHarlem Hellfighters, most notably, Croix de Guerre recipients Henry Lincoln Johnson and Needham Roberts. His article "Young Black Joe," published on August 24, 1918 in theSaturday Evening Post and later republished in Cobb's book, The Glory of the Coming, highlighted the discipline and courage displayed by black American soldiers fighting in Europe during World War I. The three-page article and half-page photograph reached a national audience of more than two million readers, and was widely reprinted in the black press.

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FIBBLE, D.D.

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Irvin S Cobb

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART ONE: Being a Card to the Public from the Pen of the Rev. Roscoe Titmarsh Fibble, D.D.

The Young Nuts of America

PART TWO: Being an Open Letter Addressed by Dr. Fibble to One Sitting in a High Place

PART THREE: Being a Series of Extracts Culled from the Diary of Dr. Fibble

PART ONE: BEING A CARD TO THE PUBLIC FROM THE PEN OF THE REV. ROSCOE TITMARSH FIBBLE, D.D.

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THE YOUNG NUTS OF AMERICA

IT IS WITH A FEELING