Quantity: 1 available
Red cloth boards show residual soil (though they has been cleaned), corner wear, and rubbing to upper back corner and along edge of spine at top front. Front free endpaper is also missing. Pages, however, are very white with no foxing and tightly bound. Black and gold title box to spine is very handsome. Includes fiction by Bret Harte. Article topics include, but aren't limited to, a new government explosive called Maximite, Yankee yachts, caring for the children of the poor, weather forecasting and forecasting equipmment, Ethan Allen, John Harvard and the early college, the printer Isaiah Thomas, the architect Gridley Bryant, Emma Willard and the education of women and much more. 776 pages -- niceLY illustrated.
Title: New England Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, New Series, Vol. 25, September, 1901 - February, 1902
Publisher: Boston, America Company, Publishers: 1901
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Good
Jacket Condition: No DJ as Issued
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 21055
Keywords: New England. Bound Magazines. Bret Harte. Emma Willard. Gridley Bryant.