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The Atlantic Monthly
This is a journal of literature and opinion, one of the oldest and most respected of U.S. reviews. Published in Boston, it was founded in 1857 by Moses Dresser Phillips. It soon became noted for the quality of its fiction and general articles, contributed by distinguished editors and authors such as James Russel Lowell, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Harriet Beecher Stowe and others. It was originally an organ of Boston's male literary elite.
In this issue:The Guardian angel by Holmes; Pioneering; The United States Sanitary Commission; The Haunted Window; Considerations on University Reform; Travel in the United States; Chester Harding; Adelaide Ristori. A winter adventure on the prairie This issue has some foxing otherwise good for the time period.
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