In The Louisiana Canebrakes

Roosevelt, Theodore

Published by Scribners Monthly Magazine, 1908
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Octavo; pp. pp; 47-60; Illustrated with photographs by Alexander Lambert; original printed yellow paper wrappers; TR hunts bear again in the Louisiana Canebreaks. The photographs are by Dr. Alexander Lambert, TR's personal phycisian. TR's first person narrative of the hunt and as always, he never misses an opportunity to describe the natural wonders of the area. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: In The Louisiana Canebrakes
Publisher: Scribners Monthly Magazine
Publication Date: 1908
Binding: Wraps
Book Condition: Very good

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Roosevelt, Theodore) Harper's Weekly
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Book Description Harper's Weekly, NY, 1907. Unbound. Condition: Very Good. W.A. Rogers (William Allen) (illustrator). full front page political cartoon showing Roosevelt amping in the Cranebrakes of Louisiana on a hunting trip, having nightmares of a 1908 nomination as he is surrounded by monstrous animals.single page, suitable for framing Size: 9.5" x 13". Seller Inventory # 038695

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Edward L. Burlingame, editor; Theodore Roosevelt, John Fox jr., Edith Wharton, Richard Harding Davis, James Montgomery Flagg, Carter Goodloe, Alonzo Kimball, et al
Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York (1908)
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Book Description Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York, 1908. Condition: Very Good. First edition thus. An ex library copy with markings to the spine and endpapers. A single bound volume of six complete issues without original wraps are advertisements. Small quarto, 9 3/4" tall, vi + 768 pages, three-quarter leather over maroon cloth with gilt spine titles. Overall, a very good, clean, sturdy hard cover, exterior leather shelf worn and rubbed through at the corners, hinges and binding solid, paper clean and lightly yellowed. This is the publisher's edition, printed from the original plates and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) of the separate issues but lacks the advertisements and individual covers. It was the practice of the time for most of the better literary magazines to issue such editions before melting down the original printers' plates. Note: the earlier 'Scribner's Monthly' had been retitled 'The Century Magazine' in 1881, under new management. This 'Scribner's Magazine' began publication in January 1887 under the editorship of the legendary Edward L. Burlingame and set a new standard for older publications such as 'Harper's' and 'Atlantic,' publishing many more women writers, developing new illustrators, as well as authors, while fashioning a more 'modern' and accessible style of prose for the reader. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. Three-quarter leather over cloth. Seller Inventory # 30408

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