Title: Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Volume XLIV. ...
Publisher: New York: Harper & Brothers 1871-1972
Publication Date: 1972
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
952 p. A bound volume of the magazine for this six-month period. Among the dozens of contributors were Anthony Trollope; American poet and novelist Constance Fenimore (grandniece of James Fenimore Cooper); Harriet [Prescott] Spofford; a poet and writer noted for her detective novels, and S.S. Conant, editor of Harper's Weekly. There are extensive pieces on California, naval architecture, Negro life in Jamaica, "The Story of Tammany Hall," and many more topics, as well as a monthly fashion feature (with illustrations), poetry,editorial comments, news, as well as hundreds of illustrations. Includes a table of contents for the entire volume. Hardcover, black half-leather with gilt titles on spine with owner's name at lower edge (L.[?] M. Applegate, scuffed at extremities; interior fine with no markings. Bookseller Inventory # 110914HM1
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