Title: Everybody's Magazine, Volume VIII, No. 1. ...
Publisher: John Wanamaker
Publication Date: 1903
Binding: Soft cover
Good+; Softcover; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 95 pages text, numerous pages of advertising. Magazine dust-soiled on edges; some chipping, creasing & minor loss. Interior quite clean and bright. Previous owner's name back cover. A bit of a musty odor. Stories of interest: Kootenai Jack: A Reminiscence of the Montana Hills, written by Frederic VanResselaer Dey and illustrated by Winfield S. Lukens. Other contents include Tragedies of Steamboat Histories by G. W. Ogden, How Roosevelt Became President by muckraker David Graham Phillips; The Unemployed Rich written by Mary Manners with illustrations by Harrison Fisher; Part V of The Woman that Toils by Bessie Van Vorst; Chapters 9-12 of Journey's End by Justus Miles Forman. Bookseller Inventory # 27083
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