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1914 Scribner's 6 issues bound-Automobiling across the nation;Theodore Roosevelt

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Scribner's

January to June 1914

6 issues in a bound volume.

 

 Buckram Binding. Below will be the contents of some of the stories. Well illustrated with major artists and writers.

Inside:  Student Song by Robert Louis Stevenson; Tunisian Days; My first years as a Frenchwoman; The tragic ten days of Madero (Mexico); The poetry of the future; With the winter mail with illustrations by Frank Schoonover; The Alpine Road of France; Transcontinental trails (automobiling); 8 color full page prints of scenes on the trails (auto); motorized highway commerce (Trucking); Breaking into the movies; James Montgomery Flagg illustrations; with the Navy and color prints by Henry Reuterdahl;  Philip Goodwin illustrations; Sardis and the American excavation; The bravest Son and illustrations by N C Wyeth; A Hunter-naturalist in the Brazilian Wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt (lots of photos); The Fair in the cow country (color indian prints and rodeo); Greek feasts; Sparks of the Wireless; A jaguar hunt on the Taquary by Theodore Roosevelt; Tripoli; the light cavalry of the Seas; A new field for mountaineering; The Headwaters of the Paraguay in Brazil by Theodore Roosevelt; Chamois hunting in Switzerland with illustrations by A B Frost; ;   ; 

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