The Alembic - Volume XXVII, Number 2 - December 1948. 90 pages including covers and advertisements.
- Doherty, Robert E., "Editors Also Know Despair"
- Brott, Clifford J., "Reunion"
- Boning, Thomas H., "66th Street, East of Broadway"
- Henry, Wales B., "Timpani in Tom-Toms"
- Geffroy, Guy, "The Way A Friend Would"
- Honnen, William, "Rue De Bom Jesus"
- Wooley, Charles F., "The Concrete Jungle"
- Brott, Clifford J., "Reverie"
- Beausoleil, Norman D., "Evolution of French Literature"
- Lynch, John J., "Gross Negligence"
- Henry, Wales B., "Five and Twenty Years Ago"
- Cochran, George Hunter, "Sonnet to Beauty"
- Eagle, George L., The Felon"
- Cochran, George Hunter, "One Rose"
- Marino, L. W., "Daddy, Fix It!"
- Henry, Wales B., "Criss-Cross"
- Kelley, James E., "Finem Respice"
- Klast, I. Kono, "Why Football?"
- Cochran, George Hunter, "Song of the Bridge"
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