Título: THE OUTLOOK -- Illustrated Monthly Magazine ...
Editorial: New York: The Outlook Company, 1911, New York
Año de publicación: 1911
Encuadernación: Original Wraps
Condición del libro: Good..
Edición: First Edition - Original Issue
Original Wraps. Good. First Edition - Original Issue. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. This is an original, complete Illustrated Magazine Number issue of 202 pages dated May 27, 1911 -- Edges of some pages slightly frayed, one page of advertising missing, otherwise nice condition -- The Outlook was published weekly, with one issue each month being an Illustrated Magazine, with about twice as many pages as the regular weekly issue -- (NOTE: See also The Outlook - Weekly) -- The Front Cover has a color photograph of a painting by T. R. Manley -- The following are some of the subjects discussed in the feature called "The Week": "The New Secretary of War", "The Standard Oil Decision", "A Victory for Conservation", "The Panama Loan", "Criminal Law Reform Needed", "Peace Prospects in Mexico", "A Cabinet in China", "Gustav Mahler" (death), "The Secular Position of Roman Catholic Bishops", "Alaskan Coal Lands" -- Page 143 has an article by THEODORE ROOSEVELT titled "Wisconsin: An Object-Lesson for the Rest of the Union" -- Page 155 has a poem by Richard Burton titled "The Old Couple" -- Page 157 has an article by Herbert D. Gallaudet titled "A River Vacation and Some Assets", accompanied by several drawings by Alden Peirson -- Page 163 has an article by Elizabeth M. Fessenden titled "The Girl and the Camp", accompanied by several photographs -- Page 177 has a story by Al Priddy titled "Through the Mill", Chapters XIV, XV, XVI, with drawings by Wladyslaw T. Benda -- Page 187 has an article by Alfred Hopkins titled "The American Renaissance", accompanied by several photographs of notable American buildings -- Page 195 has an article by Randall R. Howard titled "The Passing of the Cattle King", accompanied by several cowboy photographs -- Page 205 has an article by Mrs. Thomas Bailey Aldrich titled "The House Where the Bad Boy Lived" (Aldrich Memorial Museum, Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Poet) -- Page 213 has an article titled "A Veteran Sculptor" (Franklin Simmons) -- Page 216 has a story by Edmund L. Pearson titled "Bright and Early" -- Page 219 has a poem by Ivan Swift titled "I Would Not Bring You Tears" -- Page 220 has an article by THEODORE ROOSEVELT titled "The Bible and the Life of the People" -- Other features include "The New Books", and very interesting advertising -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector. N° de ref. de la librería 015153
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