Harper's Monthly July 1916

Harper's Monthly July 1916
Product Code: 1916
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ORIGINAL EDITION
Publisher-Printing Location:  Harper & Brothers, New York
Date and Numbering: July 1916, Volume CXXXIII, Number DCCXCIV
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 very loose with tears and foxing, spine cover fragmented with large tears, otherwise text in excellent shape.
Illustrations Information: approx. 40 illustrations and many vintage advertisements!

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

Articles and information:

Academic heights -By Simeon Strunsky
White bread -By Zona Gale
Gavarnie -By Amy Ewing Oakley
An incident in the prefecture of police -By Arthur Sherburne Hardy
Poem: To my children—asleep -By Alan Sullivan
Financial illusions of the war -By Thomas W. (Thomas William) Lamont
Down on their knees -By Wilbur Daniel Steele
Concerning salt-marshes -By Richard Le Gallienne
Poem: The choice -By Oscar C.A. Child
The mysterious stranger: A romance (part III) -By Mark Twain
The reason -By Sophie Kerr
The break-up of the family -By Walter Lionel George
The troubadour of Little Poison -By Robert Welles Ritchie
Poem: To one in hospital pent -By Florence Earle Coates
A Benvenuto of the backwoods -By Robert Shackleton
Flannigan -By Annie Campbell Huestis
Poem: Age -By Edith Matilda Thomas
The master weavers of the desert empire -By M.D.C. (Morris De Camp) Crawford
Poem: The blind -By Charles Hanson Towne
Breaking out of society -By Howard Brubaker
Editor's easy chair -By William Dean Howells
Editor's study -By Henry Mills Alden
Editor's drawer/Fiction: Mrs. Tumulty's hat -By Albert Bigelow Paine
Editor's drawer/Poem: An objectionable guest -By Ethel May Kelley
(And other Editor's drawer articles)

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