January to June 1902
6 issues in a bound volume.
1/4 leather, buckram Bindings will vary in condition from very good to acceptable. Below will be the contents of some of the stories. Well illustrated with major writers and artists.
The American commercial invasion of Europe; an Impression of Parma by Edith Wharton; The treaty making powers of the Senate; A Gainsborough Lady with illustrations by Henry Hutt; The wooden Indian with illustrations by Howard Chandler Christy; Military parades and parade training; Washington: A city of pictures; The proposed Isthmian ship-canal; Flickerbridge by Henry James; Paul Troubetzkoy, sculptor; In Oklahoma; The heart of England; The launching of a university; Henry Reuterdahl illustrations; The sanctuaries of the Pennine Alps; The Gloucester fishermen; A story of three states; - Howard Pyle illustrations; Some noteworthy scholars; AB Frost illustrations; On a North Sea smack; Some impressions of Russia; To Victor hugo 1802-1902 by Henry Van Dyke; The trial of the Red Ink Squad (Firefighting); On a Baltic Sea Sloop; the Gulf Stream myth and the anti-cyclone;
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