St. Nicholas Magazine (Volume XXIX: Part I) Six Issues Bound into One Volume An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks. Nov., 1901 to April, 1902

By: DODGE, Mary Mapes (editor)

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Six months of the famed magazine bound together by the publisher, The Century Company, in half leather and brown pebbled cloth-covered heavy board covers with titling and decorations in gilt on black block on spine. Includes the months of November, 1901 through April 1902. With 3 page table of contents inserted before first month. Pages remarkably clean and bright, though with some foxing and with a few showing some yellowing. Covers and textblock firm, but with leather has deteriorated somewhat. --- Each issue of St. Nicholas includes stories, often by well-known authors, as well as dozens of charming illustrations, photos, riddles, poems, letters, and non-fiction articles written for young people. One story, 'By Virture of Phebe's Wit', written by Alice Balch Abbot and illustrated by Tom Mills and C.M. Relyea appears in the April, 1902, issue in this volume. This delightful collection of magazines provides an insight into the way of life in the US at the turn of the 20th century. Mary Mapes Dodge won fame as the author of 'Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates'. In her role as the self-styled 'Conductor' of St. Nicholas Magazine, she was able to attract numerous well-known authors and illustrators to submit contributions. ; 7-1/2 in. wide x 9-3/4 in. tall; 576 pages

Title: St. Nicholas Magazine (Volume XXIX: Part I) Six Issues Bound into One Volume An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks. Nov., 1901 to April, 1902

Author Name: DODGE, Mary Mapes (editor)

Categories: >>Illustrated Classics, >>Juvenile and Children's,

Publisher: New York, The Century Company: 1902

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket

Stock No.: 74583