The Unpopular Review No. 11 July - September, 1916 Vol. VI
(Americana - World War I - Periodical - The Unpopular Review)

New York, N.Y.: Henry Holt & Co., 1916. F 222 pages; erratum slip tipped-in; publishers' announcements & other advertisements at front and back and an index for Vol. V; essays and articles, many considering themes of war and peace, economic conditions, literary criticism and other topics: The Spread of Federalization; the Psychology of the Soldier; Germany and American Preparedness; The Joys of Being a Woman; Goethe and Eckermann; Educational Biases; A Lusitania Victim Speaks?; Suffrage Sabotage; & more. previous owner note of the name of Jessica S. Cochrane Somerton Hotel room 424, a comment in pencil at the article on '…Woman' and with a single sheet of blank Hotel Somerton San Francisco note-paper laid in. Volume approx. 5 1/2" x 8 3/4" size; dark brown softcover wraps, gilt titles and embossed wisdom owl figure, all very dulled. Some edge, tips wear and rubbing to the binding; spotting to beginning and end papers, contents in good condition. Good Paperback (Item ID: 24612)


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