St. Nicholas Magazine (Volume XL, Part I) Six Issues Bound into One Volume An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks. Nov., 1912 to April, 1913


Six months of the famed magazine bound together by the publisher, The Century Company, in half burgundy leather and pebbled cloth-covered boards. Includes the months of November, 1912 through April, 1913. --- 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, "Aunt 'Phroney's Boy", written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by George Avison appears here. Includes three color reproductions by Arthur Rackham. This delightful collection of magazines provides an insight into the way of life in the US early in the 20th century. --- Front & back covers partially detached and loose. Some interior pages partially loosened. Covers with wear and chafing; leather is gone toward the tail of the spine. Overall, textblock is firm on this over 100-year-old book. --- NOTE: This item has been examined for completeness; but due to its age, it may not be complete. If interested in purchasing for a specific story or illustration, please contact the seller prior to ordering in order to confirm that the story/illustration is included.; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 576 pages

Title: St. Nicholas Magazine (Volume XL, Part I) Six Issues Bound into One Volume An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks. Nov., 1912 to April, 1913

Author Name: BAUM, L. Frank et al. (authors); RACKHAM, Arthur et al. (illustrators); DODGE, Mary Mapes (editor)

Categories: >>Illustrated Classics, >>Juvenile and Children's, >>American Society, Life in the US,

Publisher: New York, The Century Company: 1913

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Stock No.: 76289