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Six months of the famed publication of The Century Company bound together. Includes the months of May, 1904 through Oct., 1904. --- 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. Included here is a poem entitled "Johnniky Van and the Cannibal Man" by Ellen Manly, illustrated by R. A. Greaef; as well as many submissions. This delightful collection of magazines provides an insight into the way of life in the US in the early 20th century. --- Monthly issues of the magazine bound into this volume, without their original covers/wraps. In half tan leather, with brown paper-covered boards. --- With the beginnings of a split at front cover, which is firmly attached to the textblock. With rubbing to leather, especially to spine. Textblock is firm, though with some discoloration to a few leaves. --- NOTE: This item has been examined for completeness; but missing portions may have been overlooked. 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; 573 pages
Title: St. Nicholas Magazine Volume XXXI: Part II: An Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks. May, 1904 to October, 1904. Six Issues Bound into One Volume.
Publisher: New York, The Century Co.: 1904
Book Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket
Weight: 1.00 Item
Stock No.: 78311