Metropolitan Magazine

The Metropolitan Magazine was copyrighted and published by Blakely Hall, New York in the the late 1800's and early 1900's. It contained non-fiction and fiction articles along with many illustrations. Metropolitan Magazine began in 1895 as a sophisticated magazine for theater-goers in New York. Later during World War I the publication focused on politics and literature.

Famous contributors included: Theodore Roosevelt, Jack London, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Edna Ferber, Katharine Fullerton Gerould, Theodore Dreiser, John Reed, Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, and Booth Tarkington, George Bernard Shaw, Walter Lippmann, and Morris Hilquit

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Metropolitan February 1898
  Original Edition Publisher-Printing Location: Blakely Hall, New York Date and Numbering: F..
$23.00
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Metropolitan July 1902
  Original Edition Publisher-Printing Location: Blakely Hall, New York Date and Numbering: M..
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Metropolitan Magazine June 1904
ORIGINAL EDITIONPublisher-Printing Location: The Metropolitan Magazine Co.Date and Numbering: June 1..
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Metropolitan Magazine September 1898
ORIGINAL EDITION Publisher-Printing Location: Blakely Hall Date and Numbering: September 1898 Vol VI..
$23.00
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Metropolitan May 1900
  Original Edition Publisher-Printing Location: Blakely Hall, New York Date and Numbering: M..
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Metropolitan November 1901
Original Edition Publisher-Printing Location: Blakely Hall, New York Date and Numbering: Metrop..
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