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1904 Scribner's 6 issues bound-Negroes in the South; N C Wyeth; Rudyard Kipling

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July to December 1904

6 issues in a bound volume.

1/4 leather and buckram. Below will be the contents of some of the stories. Well illustrated with major writers and artists.

Journeying with harvesters; The Disfranchisement of the negro - One factor in the South's standing problem; The soldier of the Valley - A. B. Frost illustrations; The run on Bull Hill Bank; the War of 1812; They by Rudyard Kipling; If bird or devil (Parrot story); the last asset by Edith Wharton; Light between the trees by Henry van dyke;  Ex Curia with illustrations by Howard Chandler Christy; An old battlefield of the nations; Reminiscences of Sir Henry Stanley (searched for Livingstone); In the big dry country - Wyoming; How the baby held up two armies; The Berbers of Morocco; henry Reuterdahl illustrations; The fighting in Manchuria; Henry James; C. Allan Gilbert illustrations; Gods of Brass; The Old Time Negro; Such stuff as dreams are made of; Conditions in the Russian Army; Some family letters of Thomas Jefferson; Christmas in the Valois; McAllister's Christmas; Tommy with illustrations by N C Wyeth;    There appear to be some pages missing in this volume.; 




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