Item #0805
Vintage Magazines
0801.  Atlantic Monthly Atlantic Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, Art and Politics, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 & 2  Nov., 1857- Oct., 1858. Boston: Atlantic Monthly, 1857. 1st ed, First publications of this   magazine, still published today. This is in good condition with front hinge starts in both volumes, and   an occasional foxed page 1/4 leather with marbled boards and endpapers, yellowing. Serialized   Holmes' The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, making this the real 1st edition of that work and   which was published in 1858 as a complete book-and now an American classic. Also,four essays  & three poems (all unsigned) by Emerson. The launching of a true classic.  $150. USD 

0802.The Laughing Horse . Issue No. 11. Published in Santa Fe, New Mexico. September 1924 . Edited by Willard "Spud" Johnson. Owned and copyrighted by James T. Van Rensselaer, Roy Chanslor and Willard Johnson. The Laughing Horse was an influential literary magazine initially published by three students at the University of California, Berkeley. Issue No. 4 was banned at Berkeley because of a D.H. Lawrence letter that was considered obscene.Subsequent issues were published in Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico with contributions from that literary and artistic community. Contents include: "A City of Change" by Witter Bynner illustrated by William Rose Benet, "Just Back From The Snake-Dance--Tired Out" by D.H. Lawrence ,"Gods of the Navajo" by Eda Lou Walton,"From The Source" by Mabel Luhan , "Patricio Came","Boy With Guitar" and "Agua" by Willard Johnson,"Santa Fe Menckenized" by Dana Johnson. Woodcuts by Carlos Vierra, W.E. Mruk,Will Shuster,etc. Good condition.Cover has edgewear and chipping,chipped top left corner, and soiling. Interior has some marginal staining and age toning. Rear cover has soiling,some stains,and edge tears.One loose page with some staple rust.$175. USD

0803. STRAND MAGAZINE: Vol. XXXVII No.218 March Number March 1909.London: Strand, Edited by George Newnes for International News Co.NY.Rare American Strand with American ads tipped in. Contains"The White Christ" serialized by Hall Caine illustrated by R. Caton Woodville, "My Reminiscences" by Harry Lauder ,"Crime and the Crystal" by F.A.H. Eyles,"Sketches From Life" by W. Pett Ridge,"The Nigger" by Max Pemberton,"Sir W.S. Gilbert As An Artist",etc.Cover has some edgewear and small tears on edge.Good condition.Spine has two tears.Page 160 has an illustration cut-out.Grape-Nut ad has an inch cut-out,Cream of Wheat ad. $25. USD

0804. Broom: An International Magazine of the Arts.Published by Americans in Italy. Editors, Harold A. Loeb, Alfred Kreymborg- Associate Editor, Giuseppe Prezzolini. November 1921. Vol. 1. No. 1.This premier issue copy was owned by artist Margaret Ruse, who committed suicide in 1938. Her name is written in pencil on the cover.Cover art by E. Prampolini. Contents include literary and art work : "Hunger-A Dublin Story" by James Stephens,"Marnia" by Wallace Gould,"Chinese Poems of J. Wing" translated by E. Powys Mathers, "Lilacs" by Amy Lowell,"In The Dock" by Walter De La Mare,"The Soul of An Artist" by J. D. Beresford,"Hospital Nights" by Lola Ridge, "Maple-Sugar Song" by Lew Sarett,"Bambino's Beginning" by Haniel Long,etc. Tipped -in plates include "Brooklyn Bridge" by Joseph Stella,"Portrait" by Andre Derain, "Still Life" by  Juan Gris, "Drawing" by Bepi Fabiano,"Sculpture" by Jacques Lipchitz,"Seguidilla" by Man Ray,and an "Igor Strawinsky Drawing" by  Picasso.Fair condition. Covers have edge tears,chipping,and soiling. Chipping along spine.Interior age toning. Three coin-rubbings by Margaret Ruse.$350. USD

0805. Sunday Magazine of the Sunday Record-Herald July 7,1912. Chicago, Illinois. Serialization of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World .Being an account of the recent amazing adventure of Professor George E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee and Mr. E. D. Malone of the "Daily Gazette" An adventure of Professor Challenger. Illustrations by Joseph Clement Coll and "E. D. Malone".First American Appearance/Edition of Doyle's pre-historic world Science Fiction/Fantasy Adventure story. The Lost World was serialized in The Strand Magazine around the same time, but with illustrations by Harry Rountree. The American serialization was illustrated by Joseph Clement Coll and "E.D. Malone".The illustrations for the two chapters-"Those Were the Real Conquests"-Chapter 14,and "Our Eyes Have Seen Great Wonders"-Chapter 15 are not in the First American Edition of the book published by New York: Hodder & Stoughton / George H. Doran Company, 1912 which was issued on the same day as the London edition. Cover illustrated by Neysa McMein. Also includes "The American Boy and the Dime Novel" by Charles M. Harvey, “Further Adventures In Human Nature” by Joe Weber and Lew Fields, and more. Good condition. Cover has stains and age toning around edges with several creases. Interior age toning with some minor marginal soiling .Rear cover is Coca Cola ad. $100. USD  

0806. Transition. An international quarterly for creative experiment. Number 14. Fall 1928 Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1928 ."America and other Countries".Cover illustrated by Stuart Davis 279 pp ills Fair condition.Cover has edge chipping,creases,and wear.Spine is chipped.Rear cover is missing.Interior age toning and some edgewear. Transition, past and future. "In transition stories is presented a selection of the most original stories that have appeared in the first 13 numbers of transition."Features writing,commentary and photos by and about Gertrude Stein including "Tender Buttons".Also photos loaned by Sylvia Beach of Hemingway and  William Carlos Williams (please note that photos were bound in a manner which makes it appear that an additional page is missing),poetry by Harry Crosby,paintings by Stuart Davis,and other ex-patriarte writers of the time. $100. USD.

0807. Anais: An International Journal.Volumes 1-12.Edited by Gunther Stuhlmann.Los Angeles: Anais Nin Foundation, 1983-1994. Good condition. Some volumes have minor cover soiling and a few lines of pencil underlining. Volume 1 is signed and inscribed by contributor Rupert Pole on October 1985 to "Stan". Rupert Pole was one of Anais Nin's lovers for most of her adult life.Contents includes: "From the 'Diary of a Spouse', 1923-1924", "A Visit to a New Planet" ,"Murder on the Place du Tertre (unpublished)" and much more by Anais Nin including photos of Nin, plus other contributions by Henry Miller,Anatole Broyard,Antonin Artaud,Kanoko Okamoto,Erica Jong, Kathleen Chase, Anna Kavan,James Leo Herlihy, Ian Hugo, Rupert Pole, Otto Rank,etc. $100. USD.

0808. Saturday Evening Post. August 22,1908. Contains : "A Terrorized Turkey"  by E.A.P. illustrated with photos,"Absolution" by Robert W. Chambers ,"Crimes Against the Cow" by Woods Hutchinson,M.D.,"Number 9009" by James Hopper and Fred Bechdolt illustrated by N.C. Wyeth,"Delia Dissents" by Onoto Watanna,"Adventure In The High C's" by George Randolph Chester,etc.Cover is illustrated by Alonzo Kimball.Good condition. Cover  has soiling,and age toning.Rear cover has age toning.Interior soiling and age toning. $35.USD

0809, Collier's The National Weekly,June 13,1914.NY: Collier's, 1914. Good condition.Cover has chipping along spine-front and back, and is almost detached.Age toning around edges and interior edges.Small tear on right edge and top and bottom corners bumped.One tiny hole on right corner top.Cover is illustrated by Frank X. Leyendecker.Contains the first appearance of "The 
Trouble Makers of Mexico" by Jack London illustrated by H. L. Drucklier.Also contains "The Price of Rawhide" by Charles Van Loan,"Cleveland Characteristics" by Julian Street,etc.Illustrations by Frank Snapp,Arthur Becher,and Wallace Morgan,and others.Full page ads for Kodak,Cream of Wheat,etc.. $125. USD 

0810. The Cosmopolitan Magazine 1894 Vol 17 July -December 1894 Good condition Leather along spine edge is split Corners are bumped and worn Endpapers are loose Contents page is in Volume 16.. First appearance of Bram Stoker's story 'The Red Stockade' in September 1894 issue Story pre-dates Dracula.Illustrated by F.Lix in a rather gory manner for the time.Also includes "Mussulman (Moslem) Secret Societies","Alaska","The Diversion of the Niagara",The Basques, Tunisia, and more. Illustrations by F. Regamey,Remington,F. O. Small,etc.$75. USD 

0811. Godey's Lady's Book Volume 8, 1834 January-June. This is the first printing of "The Visionary," later known as "The Assignation",(the January 1834 issue), by Edgar Allen Poe. This anonymous publication was Poe's first contribution to Godey's and the first appearance of Poe's writing in a magazine of national circulation. It incorporates the first printing of Poe's poem "To One in Paradise," which draws upon lines written by Byron to his first love. The scarcest volume of Godey's containing a Poe contribution.Missing frontpiece and first two pages.Front cover is detached.Needs rebinding.Interior age toning,foxing,owner's inscription on flyleaf,one engraving is torn,page 71 is torn and missing the top quarter,the Visionary has a tear on the margin,some age stains,some fading,but it is here.The leather spine is chipped. $1250. USD 

0812.  Century Magazine Vol.XLI.New Series Vol.XIX,November 1890 to April 1891 bound in gold and brown Zodiac design with Thomas Memorial Library book plate inside front cover and stamp on Title page.Inside back cover has spots where stickers were removed.Top of spine has small tear.Good condition with tight binding.Contents include the following:Gold Hunters of California,an extensive series which details the making of California with articles by Gen. John Bidwell,J.A. Sutter,John and Jessie Fremont and more with illustrations by Frederic Remington,C. D. Gibson,etc.Literature includes Joel Chandler Harris'Balaam and His Master" and "A Conscript's Christmas" and poetry by Ella Wheeler Wilcox,and more.Other articles inlude interviews with General Lee, General Crook in Indian Country(illustrated by Remington)Rockhill's An American in Tibet,etc.$65. USD 

8013.  Century Magazine Vol.XLII.New Series Vol.XX,May 1891 to October 1891 bound in gold and brown Zodiac design with Thomas Memorial Library book plate inside front cover and stamp on Title page.Spine is worn on top and bottom edges and top right corner is worn.Inside back cover has spots where stickers were removed.Good condition with tight binding.Contents include the following:Gold Hunters of California,an extensive series which details the making of California with articles by A.C. Ferris,E.G.Waite,etc.with illustrations by Frederic Remington,W.L. Dodge,etc.Includes Across The Plains in the Donner Party A Personal Narrative of the Overland Trip to California by Virgina Reed Murphy.Other articles include Horace Greeley On Lincoln,At the Court of the Czar,and Tallyrand Replies to His Accusers.Poetry by John Kendrick Bangs,Elia Peattie,and Bow Hackley,etc $65. USD

8014. THE GALAXY .An Illustrated Magazine of Entertaining Reading.May 1869  New York: Sheldon & Co. 1869 Good condition. 7¾" - 9¾" tall. . Vol. 7, No. 5 . Covers and contents are tight, some chipping at top and bottom of spine, Front cover has dirt stains and some corner chipping.Back cover has small chip..Contents include: A Great Advocate-James Brady with an engraving from a photo by Brady,English Toryism and Its Leaders by Justin McCarthy,Words and Their Uses by Richard Grant White, Captain Kidd-Why He Was Hung by B.F. De Costa,The Gastronomical Almanac-May by Pierre Blot,Victoria's Servants,and A Lady on Dore's Beggars, etc.$25.USD

8015. The Gentleman's Magazine and Monthly American Magazine - Edited by William E. Burton.Volume IV January To July(actually end of June); Philadelphia; William E. Burton; 1839.Fair condition.Cover has  soiling,edgewear,cracked hinges and spine wear.Front cover is held on by original strings.Interior age toning,foxing,soiling with original cover pasted on inside board.Edgar Allan Poe was the "Assistant Editor" officially as of June 1839. However,some scholars state that he contributed prior to that date.The following is attributed to Poe by some scholars,but disputed by others : "Field Sports and Manly Pastimes-Skating","The Natural History of the Dog-Blood Hound,Fox Hound,Greyhound,Setter,etc.",Book reviews of "The Adventures of Robin Day" and "The Phantom Ship",etc. Other Contents include:"Adventures On The Moors-A Tale of the Scottish Borders" by the Author of "Wild Sports In The West"-Davy Crockett (As stated by the Editor W.E. Burton,who  also relates an anecdote about Crockett's gentlemanly drinking),"Memoirs of the Life and Theatrical Career of James W. Wallack","Miss L.E. Landon" with an engraving,"Derivation of Names Affixed to Various Places Upon the American Continent","Leaves From A Life In London", and "The Printer's Tale" by William E. Burton,"The Miami Valley" by a Pioneer of Ohio,"A Ramble In The Philippines In 1837" by William W. Wood,etc. $200.USD.

8016. The Ladies Companion and Monthly Magazine Vol. II. Second Series.July to December 1852.London.: Rogerson and Tuxford, 1852 .Good condition.Cover is soiled with edgwear,bumped corners and spine edgewear.Interior age toning,foxing and a few minor edge tears. An English Godey-type publication with novels,romances,and articles for women.Illustrated with  6 hand-coloured engraved fashion plates called The Toilet and engraved portraits of women in black and white.Various departments include the Child's Corner,the Work-Table with illustrations and instructions for lace,beadwork,etc.,Gossip from Paris,The Garden,Divination,New Books reviewed by Mrs. Smith and her Cousin Fanny (an hilarious Victorian era Siskel and Ebert )  with reviews of Grace Greenwood , Uncle Tom's Cabin and Uncle Tom in England,Hawthorne's The Blithedale Romance,and more.Amusements of the Month with Opera,theatrical and music reviews.Literature includes: First English edition/appearance of "Feathertop: A Moralized Legend" by Nathaniel Hawthorne,"Autobiography of Laura Studlegh" serialized by Mrs. David Ogilvy, "The Child-Love" and "Ruth Norton's Trial of Patience" by Alice B. Neal,"The Dark Closet" by Godey's Editor Sarah J. Hale,"The Legend of Indian Hole-A Tale of Harris County, Texas" by "Esperance",poetry by Oliver Wendall Holmes,"The Banqueting Hall-An Irish Tradition" by Mrs. Abdy,"Limerick Bells" by Grace Greenwood,and more. $125.USD

8017. Saturday Evening Post .December 17,1938.Contains : The first edition,first appearance of the original Eric Knight short story of "Lassie Come-Home" illustrated by Arthur Fuller.It  was published later as the longer ,classic book.Other contents include: "Easy To Kill" serialized by Agatha Christie, "As I Saw It" by Edith Bolling Wilson" illustrated with photos, "Just One More" by Paul Gallico,"The Sheriff Sings Solo" by M.G. Chute, etc. Cover is illustrated by Norman Rockwell.Good condition. Cover has small mailing label with marginal age toning and small crease near label.Rear cover Coke ad has marginal age toning and marginal traingle small tear . Interior  age toning . $200. USD

8018. Saturday Evening Post .April 4,1908.Contains : "Through Japanese Eyes-Taro Tells"   by I.K. Friedman,"Mouth Breathing" by Woods Hutchinson, M.D., "The Bible Business" by  John Mappelbeck illustrated by F. Vaux Wilson ,"The Simple Case of Susan" serialized by Jacques Futrelle illustrated by Clarence Underwood ,"The Finder of Lost Persons", by Arthur Train ,etc. Cover is illustrated by Leyendecker.Good condition. Cover has soiling and marginal age toning .Rear cover has tear half-way across center of Stearns & Foster Mattress ad. Interior  age toning. $40.00 USD

8019. Saturday Evening Post .January 16,1915.Contains : "The Prairie Wife" by Arthur Stringer illustrated by H.T. Dunn,"The Cat's Paw" by Lee Foster Hartman illustrated by Anton Otto Fischer, "The Bravest of the Brave-Belgian Women" by Cora Harris illustrated with photos,"England's Warmakers" by Samuel Blythe illustrated by Henry Soulen, "Ruggles of Red Gap" serialized by Harry Wilson illustrated by F.R. Gruger,etc. Full page ads for Prince Albert,Brunswick Billiard Tables,Mecca and Camel  Cigarettes,etc. Cover is illustrated by Philip Boileau.Good condition. Cover has soiling,foxing,and marginal age toning.Rear cover Columbia ad has marginal age toning and spine edge tear. Interior  age toning with a few pages with foxing and edge tears. $25. USD

8020. Saturday Evening Post .June 23,1934.Contains : "What Price Acting" by Eddie Cantor illustrated by George Shanks,"Is Golf Justifiable?" by H.I. Phillips illustrated by George Shanks, "Courtship and Marriage of a President" by  Ike Hoover illustrated with photos ,"Murder In Three Acts" serialized by Agatha Christie illustrated by John La Gatta , "One From One leaves Two" by Ogden Nash,etc. Full page ads for Nash,Dodge,etc. Cover is illustrated by J.F. Kernan.Very Good condition. Cover has small mailing label,minor edgewear,and marginal age toning.Rear cover has marginal age toning with some creases. Interior  age toning. $25.USD

8021. Saturday Evening Post .February 3,1934.Contains : "Winner Take All" serialized by J.P. Marquand illustrated by  W. H. D. Koerner,"The American Symphony Orchestra"  illustrated with photos,  "The Roast Beef of Old England" by Guy Gilpatric illustrated by Anton Otto Fischer, "The Story of My Life" by Marie Queen of Rumania, , Full page ads for Copper & Brass with Eddie Cantor,Terraplane,etc. Cover is illustrated by Penrhyn Stanlaws.Good  condition. Cover has marginal age toning,small mailing label, and edge tears on spine..Rear cover Old Dutch ad has some chips and age toning. Interior  age toning . $25.USD

8022. The Aldine, The Art Journal of America. January 1875. Vol. VII. No. 1. Published by The Aldine Co..NY. Good condition.Covers have edgewear and some small edge tears . Interior age toning.Illustrated with steel engravings. Contents include:"The Irish School-Master" with steel engraving by John S. Davis,"Utah Scenery"  illustrated by Thomas Moran,"Dore's Bible Pictures" ,"Cinderella" by Julia C.R. Dorr,"A Ghostly Lodging" by Chara Broughton,and more. $25.USD

8023. The Aldine, An Illustrated Monthly Journal,Universally admitted to be the Handsomest Paper in the World. June 1873. Vol. VI. No. 6. Published by James Sutton & Co.NY. Good condition.Covers have  marginal age toning  and edge tears. Interior age toning .Illustrated with steel engravings. Some  minor spine chipping. Contents include:  "A Visit to Madame Thiers" by George Sand,"Mount Mansfield, VT" illustrated by R.W. Hubbard, "Rosa Bonheur and Her Tiger" ,"Stampede of Wild Horses" by W. M. Cary, "Bull Calf" and "Group of Sheep" by Peter Moran,"Amsterdam" ,etc. $25. USD.

8024. JUDGE MAGAZINE December 25, 1920 Leslie-Judge Co NY 1920. This magazine was called "The Happy Medium Magazine" .Started as a rival to Puck Magazine by James Wales after a fallout with Joseph Keppler. Cover illustrated by James M Flagg.Contents include:"Distance" by Berton Braley,"Buried Treasure: A Dream of Christmas Eve" by Richard Le Gallienne,"The Spur of the Moment" by J.A. Waldron illustrated by Lawrence Fellows,"A Herd of Texas Steers Goes Through Yapp's Crossing" by Johnny Gruelle,plus illustrations by A.T. Merrick,Frank Godwin,Barksdale Rogers,Walter De Maris and more.Good condition.Wear and  soiling on front cover with crease on bottom right corner.Interior age toning .Back cover has age toning.$25.USD

8025. Puck's Library Magazine No.136 November,1898 NY: 1898. Good condition.Front and back cover have marginal soiling,age toning, and some edge tears.Chipping along spine.American political satire with full-color cartoons on front.Puck's Library was a compilation of cartoons and satire on specific topics."Nuts and Cider" Number.Front cover illustrated by Dalrymple.Other illustrations of  "Social Advance" ,"Bluebeard-Fatima"and "An Incompetent Official" by Frank Nankivell,plus Harrison Fisher,F. M. Howarth,Taylor,Opper,Rogers, Keppler,and more with commentary and illustrations on "Owed To Thanksgiving" by Irwin Beaumont,"The Lady Novelist " ,etc. $25.USD


8026. Sunday Magazine of the Sunday Record-Herald.April 30,1905.Contents include:"The Palermo Witch Hunt" by Holman Day illustrated by Harry Linnell,"Terror of Caged Animals" by William Griffith,"Joseph Jefferson Ancedotes" by Frank Sweet,"Souls On Fire" serialized by Louis Tracy  , and more.Cover illustrated by B. Cory Kilvert.Good + condition.Cover has mild chipping on spine .Interior pages have age toning.Rear cover is color ad for Pillsbury's Flour.$25. USD.
8027. Sunday Magazine of the Minneapolis Journal(the Associated Sunday Magazines) December 15,1912.Contents include:"Uncle Sam in a New Business-Parcel Post" by James Hay,Jr.illustrated by M.L. Blumenthal,,"The Empty Hands" by George Fife illustrated by Emrich,"The Blank Wall" by Fred C. Smale illustrated by Herman Pfeifer,"The Man Who Was Lost" by Maude Radford Warren illustrated by Frank Snapp.Ads for Hamilton Watch Co.,U.S. Skates,etc.Cover illustrated by W. Herbert Dunton.Back cover has Waterman Pen ad.Good condition.Front cover has stain on bottom corner and chip on top corner.Back cover has some edge chipping and top corner tear.Interior has age toning. $25. USD
8028. Sunday Magazine of the Minneapolis Journal(the Associated Sunday Magazines) July 2,1911.Contents include:"Uncle Sam's Marine Band","Molly Darling" by Florida P. Sumerwell illustrated by Howard Giles,"When The Electric Age Arrives" by Emile Berliner,"The Desert Miner" by David Baillie illustrated by E.Roscoe Shrader,"The Secretary of Frivolous Affairs" serialized by Mrs. Jacques Futrelle(Jacques Futrelle went down with the Titanic) .Back cover has Coca-Cola ad.Good condition.Front cover has some edge chipping and tears.Interior has age toning Back cover has  age toning around margin.$25.USD
8029. LIFE Magazine, November 1,1923. N.Y.: Life Publishing Co President:Charles Dana Gibson.Very Good + condition.Front cover has some minor soiling on margins.Interior age toning.Cover illustrated by P.L. Crosby.Contributors include: "Notes for a School Edition of Keats", Farr,Newman Levy,reviews of Djuna Barnes and D. H. Lawrence,"Football en Famille" by Gluyas Williams,C.D. Gibson, T.S. Sullivant,John Held,Robert Benchley,R.E. Sherwood, and more. $30. USD
8030. LIFE Magazine,January 15,1925 N.Y.: Life Publishing Co President:Charles Dana Gibson..Fair condition.Front cover has some soiling,wear,with staple rust on spine and one tape repair.Interior age toning with stain on bottom margin.Loose interior page.Some margin staple stains.Rear cover has soiling and wear on Lincoln car ad .Cover illustrated  by  Rea Irvin.Contributors include:Farr,Cornelia Otis Skinner, Herb Roth,"The Southern Cross-KKK" by Art Young,Cartoon of New Orleans by Ellison Hoover,"Brer Rabbit and the Jazz Cornet" by Henry William Hanemann,Forbell,John Held Jr.,"More Russians" by Robert Benchley with typical Benchley "kindness",nasty review of "Argentine Love" with Valentino by R.E. Sherwood.Ads for Mercedes,Packard,etc. $30.USD
8031. LIFE Magazine,November 8,1923 N.Y.: Life Publishing Co President:Charles Dana Gibson.Good+  condition.Front cover has center crease,and some marginal soiling .Interior age toning .Back cover Colgate ad  has marginal age toning and small mailing stamp .Armistice Number. Contributors include:"What Is Wrong With This Letter?" by Robert E. Sherwood,"Another Milestone"  centerfold by C.D. Gibson,"The Skeptics' Society" by Rea Irvin,"None So Blind-Prohibition- T.S. Sullivant,",Benchley rips Mr. Ziegfeld,Robert E. Sherwood takes on Will Hays.Other contributions and illustrations by C.D. Gibson ,T. S. Sullivant,Crawford Young,Nate Collier,Alice Harvey,Don Herold,etc. $30.USD
8032. LIFE Magazine,July 29,1909 N.Y.: Life Publishing Co President:Charles Dana Gibson.Good  condition.Front cover has some soiling,wear,age toning.Interior age toning .Rear cover has soiling on margin .Cover "Such Stuff As Dreams...." illustrated  by  Coles Phillips.Contributors include:"Who's Who on Olympus?" by John Kendrick Bangs illustrated by Cushing,"Swinus Americanus",Orson Lowell,"Shorthand Portraits-Mark Twain,Rockefeller,etc" by Marcus,Mark Fenderson,G.W. Harting,Crawford Young,Richards,etc. Good condition. Cover has some soiling and age toning. Interior age toning. $40.USD.

8033. LIFE Magazine,September 2,1909 N.Y.: Life Publishing Co President:Charles Dana Gibson.Speed and Sport Number.Good + condition.Front cover has some soiling,edgewear  on spine margin.Interior age toning.Page 295 has a marginal tear.Page 322 has ad/copy margin tear.Rear cover has Peerless Motor Car ad .Cover illustrated  by  R.B Robinson.Contributors include: H.G. Wells Pokes Britons,Harrison Cady,F.T. Richards,Robert Benchley,R.E. Sherwood,Harry Grant Dart,Munson Paddock and more.Rear inside cover Detroit Electric car ad, etc. $30. USD.

8034.  Putnam's Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, Science and Art, June 1870.G P Putnam and Co, NY.No.30.Contents include: "Down the Danube" by Col. John Hay,"Quaker Quirks" by Mrs. F. Barrow,"Literature At Home" by R. H. Stoddard,"Dinners vs. Ruffles and Tucks" Louisa Palmer Smith ,"The Tale of a Comet" by Edward Spencer (conclusion),"A Woman's Right" by Mrs. M.C. Ames serialized,etc.Good condition.Covers are soiled with edgetears.Spine has a split and is chipped.Interior age toning.Some pages are uncut.Rear cover detached.$15.USD

8035. The Royal Magazine .June 1899.Published by C.Arthur Pearson Ltd.,London.Cover designed by London Stereoscopic Co..Contents include: "The Child Wives of India"  illustrated with photos,"In A Japanese Tea-Room" by Cyresta illustrated by W.P. Starmer,"Heroes of the Lifeboat" ,""What A Bicycle Can Carry" ,"Our Railways-Their Wealth and Work","The Heroic Polly" by Edgar Jepson illustrated by Victor Prout,"Card Tricks Extraordinary" by Ellsworth Douglass,"Women Who Wear Trousers and Men Who Wear Petticoats","A Consultation" by C. Russelletc.Good condition.Cover has soiling on margin and edgewear.Chipping on top and bottom of spine.Rear cover has soiling along spine margin.Interior age toning.$25. USD

8035. The Harmsworth London Magazine December 1902.Good condition.Cover has some marginal soiling,edgewear,chips with some minor chips on spine.Interior age toning.Contents include:"The Red Triangle" Chronicles of Martin Hewitt No.II-The case of Mr. Jacob Mason" by Arthur Morrison illustrated by Sidney Paget,"The House of Rothschild","Algie's Diplomacy" by E. Hulme-Beaman illustrated by T. H. Robinson,"Unknown Westminster Abbey" illustrated with photos,"Doll Portraiture","The Tree of Forgiveness" possibly by Laurence Housman illustrated by Gunning King,"Modern Football Armour",etc. $30. USD

8036.Woman's Home Companion Magazine August 1901.Crowell Publishing 1901.Good+ condition.Cover has some age toning,soiling,wear and marginal stains .Rear cover Pearline ad has minor soiling.Cover illustrated by H. Koch. Contents include: "A Japanese Nightingale" by Onoto Watanna,"An Idyl of Central Park" by Brander Matthews illustrated by Irving Wiles,"The Lady Warwick School For Women Farmers" ,"The Man From Mars" by Katharine Brown illustrated by C. Chase Emerson, "The Grace of Stoke Pogis" by Elizabeth Cuppy,"A Famous Fisherwoman-Mrs. Waller",plus Fashions for Mid-Summer,"Beaches and Bathers", "Welsh Rarebit","The University Club in New York",and more. Ad for Ivory Soap by Jessie Willcox Smith,Cream of Wheat,etc. $30. USD

8037. Woman's Home Companion Magazine December 1904.Crowell Publishing 1904.Good condition.Cover has some age toning,soiling,wear and marginal stains with small mailing label.Rear cover Pears Soap ad has minor soiling.Page 29 has torn corner. Contents include: "The Greatest Christmas Charity in the World-Salvation Army" by Commander Booth-Tucker,"The Forgiveness of Deacon Cobb" by Josiah Allen's Wife,"How To Get Up A Christmas Entertainment" by David Belasco,"Where The Christmas Toys Come From" illustrated with photos, "The King of Diamonds" by Louis Tracy,"Queer Christmases" ,"Home-Made Christmas Gifts","Going Home For Christmas-A True Story" by Wallace Nutting,"A Dozen Christmas Recipes",plus Fashions for the Home and Street,and more. Ad for Cream of Wheat,.$25. USD

8038. Woman's Home Companion Magazine February 1900.Crowell Publishing 1900.Good condition.Cover has some age toning,soiling and marginal stains..Rear cover Ayers ad has minor soiling.Cover illustrated by Henry S. Hubbell. Contents include: "A Woman's Way" by Octave Thanet ,"What Might Have Been An American Colony-Algeria" by Edward Steiner,"The Haunted Yard" by Bourdon Wilson illustrated by Will Grefe,"The Idiot At Home" by John Kendrick Bangs , "Words Of Wisdom From The Wealthiest Woman In America" by Hetty Green,"Florence Nightingale, the Soldiers Friend" illustrated with photos,"Women and the Automobile" illustrated with photos,"The Round Dozen Club-Valentine Party","The Truth About Table Linens.",Fashions,"Making White and Cream Soups","What Housekeepers Should Know" by Fannie Malin,and more.Small Ad for Cogate Co. by Maxfield Parrish. $35. USD


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