A History of American Magazines, 1885-1905 (Volume IV)

Hardcover, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1957. First Edition. Good with no dust jacket.

Exlibrary markings and bookplate on front pastedown. Noncirculating reference book. Pages tanned but clean. Binding and hinges sound. Cloth over boards has overall light shelf wear and some fading at spine, including lettering. ; Important reference work with sketches of various notable magazines and black and white illustrations including plates. Topical coverage: the end of a century; the counting houses; editors and contributors; general monthly and weekly magazines; general quarterlies; local and regional magazines; literary types and judgments; graphic arts; politics and economics; social issues; foreign interests and the war with Spain; newspapers and advertising; music and drama; education; religion and philosophy; general science and medicine; egineering, construction, and transportation; agriculture, horticulture, livestock; law, bankin and insurance; women's acctivities; sports and recreation; humor and hobbies. ; Ex-Library; 8.75" (21.5 cm) tall; 858 pages.

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Price: $70.00

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