July to December 1912
6 issues in a bound volume.
Buckram Bindings and Quarter leather will vary in condition from very good to acceptable. Below will be the contents of some of the stories. Well illustrated with major artists and writers.
Inside: The Garden cities of England; Model towns in America - Forest Hill NY; the new suburb of the Pacific Coast - Pasadena, Hollywood, San Mateo, Berkeley; Arctic Mountaineering by a woman; Six sons of Ossian with illustrations by N C Wyeth; Standards of a Bourgeois family; Dickens's Children with two color paintings by Jessie Willcox Smith; The Old Niagara; Sailormen of the Maine Coast; The Two conventions at Chicago; Cruising in August in Color; The French in the heart of America; The last frontier - the Belgian Congo; The Family and the Panama canal; Pennsylvania Station - the gate of the city - and other terminals throughout the world; The problem of the modern terminal; Lots of terminal photos shown; The Moose hunter color print by N C Wyeth; Germany and the Germans; Parisian cafes; The Stable of the Inn (Christmas) (Wyeth); Scandinavian painters of today; The Winged Hussar with illustrations by W. T. Benda; ; ;
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