Harper's Monthly August 1934

Harper's Monthly August 1934
Product Code: 1934
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ORIGINAL EDITION
Publisher-Printing Location:  Harper & Brothers, New York
Date and Numbering: August 1934, Volume 169, Number 1011
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 with foxing, some pages have significant foxing, spine cover fragmented with tears, otherwise complete.
Illustrations information: approx. 10 illustrations with vintage advertisements!

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

Articles and information:

Why liberalism is bankrupt -By Nathaniel Peffer
Poem: The lonely -By Gilbert Maxwell
Life in the nineties: Home and parents -By Henry Seidel Canby
Miss Clisbee's heroic lover -By L.M. Hussey
Religious beliefs of American scientists -By James H. (James Henry) Leuba
Holidaying in the high Andes -By Alicia O'Reardon Overbeck
Who belongs in prison? -By Joseph F. (Joseph Fulling) Fishman and Vee Perlman
Notes on an American visit: On the track of Charles Lamb -By E.V. (Edward Verrall) Lucas
The “logic” of history -By Elmer Holmes Davis
The country suit -By Griffith Beems
The West: A plundered province -By Bernard Augustine De Voto
The aftermath of divorce
The lion's mouth/Article: Snapshots -By John August
The lion's mouth/Poem: To an irreverent wife -By Arthur Guiterman
The lion's mouth/Article: In praise of laziness -By Osbert Sitwell
Editor's easy chair/Article: Our plant and its prospects -By Edward Sandford Martin
Personal and otherwise -By Lee Foster Hartman
Personal and otherwise -By Charles, bp. Fiske
Index Expurgatorius -By Lee Foster Hartman

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