Scribner's Magazine (Volume XXVII) January to June, 1900 (Six Issues Bound into One Volume)


Six months of the illustrated monthly magazine bound together. Each issue of Scribner's includes fictional and non-fiction stories and articles, often by well-known authors, accompanied by dozens of charming illustrations, photos, poems, and other articles written for a generally mature audience. Includes articles or stories by Theodore Roosevelt ('Oliver Cromwell'), J.M. Barrie ('Tommy and Grizel, chapters I-XX), Edith Wharton ('Copy-A Dialogue') and a likely first appearance of Joel Chandler Harris's 'Miss Irene'; as well as many others. --- Volume in half leather (spine & corners) over navy cloth. Volume textblock clean, firm and intact, but with looseness at front hinge, partially detached back strip (spine), about 1/4 of back is missing.; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 768 pages

Title: Scribner's Magazine (Volume XXVII) January to June, 1900 (Six Issues Bound into One Volume)

Author Name: ROOSEVELT, Theodore; BARRIE, J.M.; WHARTON, Edith; HARRIS, Joel Chandler et al.

Categories: >>Illustrated Classics, >>American Society, Life in the US,

Publisher: New York, Scribner & Company: 1900

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Stock No.: 76132