Harper's Monthly August 1916

Harper's Monthly August 1916
Product Code: 1916
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ORIGINAL EDITION
Publisher-Printing Location:  Harper & Brothers, New York
Date and Numbering: August 1916, Volume CXXXIII, Number DCCXCV
Size and Page Count: 6.5” X 10” Tall, approx. 200 pages, includes advertisements and the back cover with statement of Harper’s New Monthly Magazine
Condition: Good, binding good, front and back covers are loose with tears and foxing, spine cover fragmented with tears, pages with trimmed edges are browning on edge, otherwise complete.
Illustrations Information: approx. 40 illustrations and many vintage advertisements!

   ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian----

Articles and information:

What is a New-Yorker? - By Harrison Rhodes
The sacrificial altar - By Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
Poem: A friend - By Lilla Cabot Perry
Soldiers, sand, and sentiment - By William Ashley Anderson
The voice that breathed o'er Eden - By Fanny Heaslip Lea
Poem: Wood flower - By Richard Le Gallienne
The epic drama of the West - By Charles Wellington Furlong
How the ship came in - By Arthur Johnson
We discover the Old Dominion [(part I)] - By Louise Closser Hale
Poem: Long ago - By John Hall Wheelock
The pearl - By William Dean Howells
Philip's “Furnis Man” - By Elizabeth Garver Jordan
How business fights alcohol - By Burton Jesse Hendrick
Mixed marriage - By Laura Spencer Portor
The mysterious stranger: A romance (part IV) - By Mark Twain
Poem: To the southern sea - By Hesper Le Gallienne
Up on the mountain - By Alice Brown
Manners - By Alan Sullivan
May-Day magic - By Aileen Cleveland Higgins
Poem: Nocturne - By Amelia Josephine Burr
Editor's easy chair - By William Dean Howells
Editor's study - By Henry Mills Alden
Editor's drawer/Fiction: Thoughts on pedestrians - By Howard Brubaker
Editor's drawer/Poem: Spring - By Carolyn Wells
Editor's drawer/Poem: My dachshund - By Isabel Vallé
(And other Editor's Drawer articles)

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