Munsey's Magazine Volume XLII. October, 1909, to March, 1910.
(Munsey's Magazine)

New York: The Frank A. Munsey Company, Publishers, 1910. 906 pages; color, black and white illustrations throughout; with articles: Edward W. Townsend Curiosities of the Links, Major-General A.W. Greely The Discoverers of the North Pole, Imprisonment for Debt by Reeve, Julia Ward Howe and her Talented Family by Dole, early baseball Charles W. Van Loan's Kill the Umpire, Kit Carson, the Famous American Frontiersman by Bridgman, Carter's The Last Great Buffalo-Hunt, Martin Sheridan, The World's Champion All-Around Athlete by Edgren, interesting early auto article Marvelous Growth of the Automobile Industry in America by Meloney, temperance movement piece by Wood The Progress of Sobriety, long Reno Nevada article by Albert "Reno, the Refuge of Restless Hearts", Thomas A. Edison Benefactor of the Humanity by Benson, Urch's Where the Revoutionary War Began, many more special articles; each issue with extensive early twentieth century photographic portrayals and biographical, historical details on the current offerings of the stage, interviews, playwrights, more; also many fiction articles, short stories, serials; original publisher's dark green cloth binding, gilt cover and spine titles; some edge, tips and spine ends wear to binding, inner hinge paper split, chip to (blank) endpaper edge; contents in very good condition and an interesting overview of society, industry, the arts and history for the early twentieth century in America. Very Good H (Item ID: 14727)


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