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The WORLD'S WORK: Volume XIX (19); Number 1; November, 1909; What We Must Do to be Fed (Hill); Charles Telzle--Apostle of Labor (Meyer); Moses Ezekiel--American Sculptor in Rome (Wrenshall); Conflict of Color--the brown man of India and Eygpt (Weale); Cooperation in Denmark (Smyser) ; etc.

Walter H. Page, editor; James J. Hill, C.M. Meyer, Katherine H. Wrenshall, B.L. Putnam Weale, Alexander Irvine, Selden Smyser, et al.

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, 1909
Used Condition: Fair Soft cover
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A single original issue with covers and advertisements. Small 4to, 10 1/4" tall, pages 12181 to 12290 + approx 80 ad pages, stiff wraps. A fair copy over all, interior good, mostly clean, paper moderately yellowed, but first page soiled from exposure, binding solid; exterior worn, both covers loose, chipped and moderately soiled, spine chipped away. This was the Doubleday, Page company non-fiction magazine which stressed article on travel industry and business and set in direct competition to McClure's. Loaded with terrific black and white and color ads of the period from automobiles to shaving cream . Bookseller Inventory # 30590

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Title: The WORLD'S WORK: Volume XIX (19); Number 1;...

Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Company

Publication Date: 1909

Binding: Original Wraps

Book Condition:Fair

Edition: First Edition.

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Avenue Victor Hugo Books specialize in first editions of the best in fiction, history, biography, poetry, drama, and essay, as well as the good items which happen to come our way in other subjects. Genre literature such as Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery, and Westerns will remain of special interest to us. We also carry many collectible magazines, including TIME, LIFE, National Geographic, and Playbill. Our catalogue features careful, considered assessments of all of our stock. We are not flippers selling books by the pound. Instead, we try to limit our stock to books in a condition we'd be proud to place on our personal bookshelves. Books are something to be cherished, so that's what we do. After years of running our bookstore on Newbury Street in Boston's Back Bay, our store has moved. We are now located in Lee, New Hampshire, less than 10 minutes from the University of New Hampshire. Our store is open from 10am to 6pm every Saturday.

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