Title THE CENTURY ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE - August, 1887.
Binding Soft Cover
Publisher The Century Company [New York]. 1887. (1887).
Seller ID 50-0767
483-640pp. + 52p. advertisements. Tall 8vo. Illustrated wraps. Volume XXXIV. No. 4. Midsummer Holiday Number. Frontispiece portrait of Julia Ward Howe. Articles: 'Snubbin' through Jersey' (Part I of II) by F. Hopkinson Smith & J.B. Millet with many illustrations; 'The Hundredth Man' by Frank R. Stockton; 'Sunken Graves' by Andrew B. Saxton; 'Lincoln's Cooper Institute Speech & Other Political Events of 1859-1860', including 'Harper's Ferry & Lincoln's View of John Brown's Raid' by John G. Nicolay & John Hay, Lincoln's private secretaries; 'Azallia (Part I) by Joel Chandler Harris; 'Nothin' To Say' by James Whitcomb Riley; 'Our Kivigtok: An Episode of the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition' by Adolphus Washington Greely, an American Polar explorer; 'Low Prices, High Wages and Small Profits: What makes Them' by Edward Atkinson (a founder of the Anti-Imperialist League); Opposing Sherman's Advance to Atlanta' by Gen. Joseph E. Johnston (U. S. & Confederate Army general) with illustrations & maps; 'Hood's Invasion of Tennessee' by Col. Henry Stone with illustrations & maps; 'Memoranda on the Civil War' by Ulysses S. Grant, Confederate General B.H. Robertson, John B. De Motte, etc.; 'Songs of the Civil War' by Brander Matthews with notes by Julia Ward Howe on her 'Battle Hymn of the Republic'; ETC. ETC. Tightly bound, but archival tape has been applied to repair partial splits in the covers & reinforce partially missing spine cover. Bottoms of both covers & left side of the back cover have small edge tears o/w Good, i.e. obvious signs of use with no major defects.
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