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 178 pages dated July 22, 1911 -- Vol. 98, No. 12 -- 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) -- Edges of some pages slightly frayed, otherwise nice condition -- Front Cover in color -- The following are some of the subjects discussed in the feature called "The Week": "Controller Bay: A Grave Error" (Alaska coal fields), "The President on Arbitration", "Preservation of the Fur Seal", "The Income Tax and the States", "The Bench and the Bar", "A Hundred Years of Peace" (Treaty of Ghent between Great Britain and United States 1814-1914), includes the statement ".it will be time to look at war as the resort of semi-barbarous peoples, or the unwilling course forced on a highly civilized by a little civilized nation." -- "The Menace of the Cross-Switch" (Disaster on the New York and New Haven Railway at Bridgeport, Connecticut), "The Farmers and the Drought", "Prison Labor", "The National Education Association" -- Page 612 has an article by THEODORE ROOSEVELT titled "Alaska--It Must Be Developed" -- Page 616 has an article by Ralph D. Blumenfeld titled "The Story of the Coronation" -- Page 628 has an article by Jeannette L. Gilder titled "Great-Hearted Thackeray", illustrated with William Makepeace Thackeray's own drawings -- Page 634 has an article by Charles Stelzle titled "The Labor Temple" -- Page 643 has an article by Charles Lewis Slattery titled "The Debt of the Church to William James" -- Page 647 has an article by Albert Edwards titled "Our Canal--II. Our Predecessors on the Job" (Panama), with photographs -- Page 658 has a poem by Harold Trowbridge Pulsifer titled "Socialism" -- Page 665 has an article by Meriel Hathaway titled "Training England's Future King" -- Page 685 has an article by Elmer E. Ferris titled "A Land of Law and Order" (Canada, Mounted Police), with photographs -- Other features include "Half a Dozen Novels", and very interesting advertising -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector. N° de ref. de la librería 015154
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