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Harper & Brothers] ; Mrs. W. J. Hays, Howard Pyle, Margaret Eytinge, Mrs. John Lillie, et al

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1883)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1883. Magazine. Condition: Good -. First printing. A single original issue without blue mailing wraps, disbound from an annual volume with consequent roughing of the spine. Folio, 12" tall, blue printed wraps, pages 145 to 160 (16 pages complete as issued with title page but minus blue mailing wraps), black and white illustrated magazine. A good minus copy overall, paper moderately yellowed with minor exterior foxing and soiling, but dampstains at the bottom margin and spine AND one interior page torn away. Seller Inventory # 45644

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Harper & Brothers] ; W. M. Cary, Mrs. John Lillie, George Cary Eggleston, Howard Pyle, et al

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1883. Magazine. Condition: Good. First printing. A single original issue without blue mailing wraps, disbound from an annual volume with consequent roughing of the spine. Folio, 12" tall, blue printed wraps, pages 161 to 176 (16 pages complete as issued with title page but minus blue mailing wraps), black and white illustrated magazine. A good copy overall, paper moderately yellowed with minor exterior foxing and soiling, but dampstains at the bottom margin and spine. Seller Inventory # 45645

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Pyle, Howard)

Published by Harper's Weekly, NY (1897)

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About this Item: Harper's Weekly, NY, 1897. Unbound. Condition: Very Good. Howard Pyle (illustrator). 1st. 6 full pages including one full page, colored illustration by Pyle [Image shows 1st page] Size: 11'' x 16''. Seller Inventory # 028035

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Harper] ; contributions by Howard Pyle, Sherwood Ryse, Lucie Lillie, et al

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, New York (1884)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1884. Tabloid. Condition: Very Good. First printing. A single issue. Folio, 12" tall, blue printed wraps, pages 481 to 496 (16 pages complete as issued, + blue wraps), black and white illustrated magazine. A very good copy overall, some light soiling primarily of the cover sheet and short tears to wrapper edges, interior paper lightly yellowed. Pyle illustration for "Moral Blindness." This is a very nice copy of this now scarce publication. Seller Inventory # 19460

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Published by Harper & Borther (1897)

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About this Item: Harper & Borther, 1897. Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Vol. XLI, #2117, July 17, 1897; 1st ed; G tears along edges with 1" tear at bottom of all pgs (doesn't affect illus. or text; soil along edges & tears up spine; po's name in pencil at top of front pg; front pg illus by W. A. Rogers "New York's New Recreation Pier at the Foot of Third Stree, East River' with article inside; soil at bottom rt corner & top lt corner of front pg not affecting the illus. also couple spots in rt margin; article "The Seal Question Revived'; aricle "Anarchy and Plutocracey"; article "The Park and the Botanical Garden"; article "A Suggestion for Good Work"; article "Poverty and Scholarship"; article "More Questions Concerning Hawaii"; article with illus. "Erie's New Public Library"; article with illus. "The Third-Rail System of Electric Traction-Train Leaving the Depot at Hartford"; article with full pg of photos (7) "Hrvard Sommencement Speakers" & "Yale Honor Men, Class of '97"; article "Life and Letters"; article "This Busy World"; article plus photos "The Tomb of Robert Louis Stevenson" on Mount Vaea"; full pg illus. (7) by H. Reuterdahl "The United states Torpedo-Boat "Porter", Showing Officers and Crew At Drill" with article on another pg; article by Howard Pyle with illus. by various artists "A Small School of Art"; full double pg illus by Victor Perard "New York city's New Botanical garden - The Site selected in Bronx Park Showing the Proposed Museum and horicultural Buildings" with article on another pg; serial Chap. IV by F. F. Benson "The Vintage -A Story of the Greek War of Independence"; full pg photos (8) by W. H. Jackson "Scenes in New Zealand"; pg 718 & 719 soil on pgs; article from Berlin June 27, 1897 "Foreign Notes From an American Point of View"; article with portrait photo "Collector George R. Bidwell;"; article "New Zealand"; obit "Hon. Isham G. Harris"; article "Amateur Sport"; ads; pgs 701 thru 724 complete. Possible extra postage required. Size: 16 1/8" x 11.25". Newspaper. Seller Inventory # 002465

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George William Curtis - Editor, Illustrated by Thomas Nast - Sol Eytinge, Jun. - Howard Pyle - W. P. Snyder - John R. Reid -

Published by New York: Harper Brothers, 1879, New York (1879)

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About this Item: New York: Harper Brothers, 1879, New York, 1879. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Condition: Very Good .. Thomas Nast - Sol Eytinge, Jun. - Howard Pyle - W. P. Snyder - John R. Reid - (illustrator). First Edition - Original Issue. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Very Good . First Edition - Original Issue. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. This is an Original, complete issue of 20 pages (includes Supplement) dated July 12, 1879 -- Vol. 23, No. 1176 -- Illustrated with wood cut engravings -- Very light moisture stain around some edges, otherwise nice condition -- The Front Cover has a full page engraving by Thomas Nast titled " 'I Do Refer Me To The Oracle' -- Shakspeare. Southern Senator. 'What shall we do about it?' " (political cartoon) -- Page 544 has a full page engraving titled "Mad Anthony Wayne And The Capture Of Stony Point--The Scene In War And In Peace" -- Page 545 has three portrait engravings, titled as follows: "Hans Makart", "Edward Payson Weston", and "Sir John D. Astley" -- Page 548 has a full page engraving by Sol Eytinge, Jun. titled "Fourth Of July Morning--The First Shot" -- Page 549 has a full page engraving by Howard Pyle titled "A Love Affair In The Olden Time--Consulting The Wise Woman" -- Page 552 has a full page engraving by Thomas Nast titled "Some Day. Eighty-Five Cents Statesman. 'The Hundred Cents Statesmen Must Go!' " (political cartoon) -- Page 553 has a full page engraving by W. P. Snyder titled "The College Boat-Race On The Schuylkill--The Finish" -- Page 557 has an article comparing "Tennyson And Browning" -- Pages 558 & 559 have a double page engraving from a painting by John R. Reid titled "A Country Cricket Match" -- Many articles related to these engravings and other events occurring at the time, as well as very interesting advertising -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical, however, it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurrence -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector ---- We store and ship each Harper's Weekly issue in a large zip lock plastic sleeve with a board insert for stiffness. They are shipped flat and never folded or rolled up. All this attention to maintain quality enhances the condition of the product delivered to you. ----. Seller Inventory # 015119

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George William Curtis - Editor, Illustrated by Thomas Nast - F. Barnard - Howard Pyle -

Published by New York: Harper Brothers, 1881, New York (1881)

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About this Item: New York: Harper Brothers, 1881, New York, 1881. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Condition: Very Good .. Thomas Nast - F. Barnard - Howard Pyle - (illustrator). First Edition - Original Issue. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Very Good . First Edition - Original Issue. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. This is an original, complete issue of 16 pages dated January 8, 1881 -- Vol. 25, No. 1254 -- Illustrated with wood cut engravings -- Covers and contents are tight, very nice condition -- The Front Cover has a full page engraving by Thomas Nast titled "Ring Out The Old (John Bull), Ring In The New (Uncle Sam)" (political cartoon) -- Page 24 has a full page engraving by Howard Pyle titled "New-Year's Day Seventy Years Ago--The Last Evening Caller" -- Page 25 has a full page engraving by Thomas Nast titled "New-Years--Guarding Against The Dangers Of The Wilderness (1681), And Of Civilization (1881)" -- Page 28 has an engraving titled "Rock-Cut Temple At Ipsambul, Nubia" and four engravings titled "The Stalactite Cavern At Adelsberg, Austria" -- Page 29 has two portrait engravings, one titled "The Late Rev. Stephen M. Vail, D.D.", the other "M. Eugene Reveilland" -- This issue contains a portion of the following serials: "The Head Waiter" by F. W. Robinson, Chapters III & IV, with illustrations by F. Barnard, "Christowell" by R. D. Blackmore, Chapter V, and "Asphodel" by Miss M. E. Braddon, Chapter XIV -- Many articles related to these engravings and other events occurring at the time, as well as very interesting advertising -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical, however, it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurrence -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector. ---- We store and ship each Harper's Weekly issue in a large zip lock plastic sleeve with a board insert for stiffness. They are shipped flat and never folded or rolled up. All this attention to maintain quality enhances the condition of the product delivered to you. ----. Seller Inventory # 015195

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George William Curtis - Editor, Illustrated by Thomas Nast - T. De Thulstrup - J. Pennell - Howard Pyle - A. B. Frost - Henry Muhrman -

Published by New York: Harper Brothers, 1881, New York (1881)

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About this Item: New York: Harper Brothers, 1881, New York, 1881. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Condition: Very Good .. Thomas Nast - T. De Thulstrup - J. Pennell - Howard Pyle - A. B. Frost - Henry Muhrman - (illustrator). First Edition - Original Issue. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Very Good . First Edition - Original Issue. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. This is an original, complete issue of 16 pages dated February 26, 1881 -- Vol. 25, No. 1261 -- Illustrated with wood cut engravings -- Light moisture stain around edges, otherwise very nice condition -- The Front Cover has a full page engraving by Thomas Nast titled "An Interior Investigation" (political cartoon) -- Page 132 has a full page engraving titled "The Streets Of New York" (Undertaker, Commissioner of Health, political cartoon) -- Page 133 has three engravings, titled as follows: "A Perilous Escape" by T. De Thulstrup (burning building), "The Late Rev. E. A. Washburn", and "A Race On The Ice--Bicycles V. Skates" by J. Pennell -- Page 136 has a full page engraving by Howard Pyle titled "St. Valentine's Day In The Morning" -- Page 137 has two engravings by A. B. Frost titled "Winter Amusements", subtitled "A Straw Ride--Stuck Fast In A Snow-Drift" and "An Old-Time Sleigh-Ride In New York" -- Page 140 has a full page engraving by Henry Muhrman titled "A Night Scene In The Bowery, New York" -- Page 141 has a large engraving titled "Voluntary Female Prisoners In The Central Dismissal Prison At Moscow" (exiled to Siberia) -- This issue contains a portion of the following serials: "Christowell" by R. D. Blackmore, Chapter XII and "Asphodel" by Miss M. E. Braddon, Chapter XXVI -- Many articles related to these engravings and other events occurring at the time, as well as very interesting advertising -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical, however, it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurrence -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector. ---- We store and ship each Harper's Weekly issue in a large zip lock plastic sleeve with a board insert for stiffness. They are shipped flat and never folded or rolled up. All this attention to maintain quality enhances the condition of the product delivered to you. ----. Seller Inventory # 015196

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Pyle, Howard)

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York (1911)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1911. Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Near fine in original wrappers with light wear along the spine, center crease and brief foxing. Pyle died the week before. No other Pyle content in this issue. Seller Inventory # b21119

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Pyle, Howard

Published by Harper & Bros, New York (1893)

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About this Item: Harper & Bros, New York, 1893. Disbound. Condition: Fine. Front page with Pyle's Illustration (illustrator). First Edition. Complete original disbound issue in fine condition. Seller Inventory # b32200

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Pyle, Howard

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About this Item: Harper & Bros, New York, 1893. Disbound. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Complete, original disbound copy in very good condition with a substantial closed tear on the front cover. Seller Inventory # b40102

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Harper & Brothers, Illustrated by J.O. Davidson - Thomas Hovenden - Thomas Nast - Howard Pyle -

Published by New York: Harper Brothers, 1882 (1882)

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About this Item: New York: Harper Brothers, 1882, 1882. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Condition: Very Good. First Edition - Original Issue. **** This is an Old, Historic and Scarce Paper which has the Earmarks in Contents and Condition that could result in a Handsome increase in Value while in Your Possession **** -- This is an original, complete issue of 16 pages dated June 3, 1882 -- Vol. 26, No. 1328 -- Illustrated -- Covers and contents are tight, nice condition -- The Front Cover has a full page illustration titled "Caught In The Ice-Fields Of The North Atlantic" depicting a ship in the midst of ice flows and ice bergs -- Page 340 has an illustration by Howard Pyle titled "The Dead Stowaway" -- Page 341 contains 9 portraits with extensive article titled "The Bishops Of The Methodist Episcopal Church South" -- Page 344 has a full page illustration by Thomas Hovenden titled "Never Too Late To Mend" -- Page 345 has a full page illustration titled "Decoration Day In New York" -- Page 349 has a full page illustration by Thomas Nast titled "A Monument In The Nation's Heart" -- Two additional smaller illustrations by Thomas Nast -- Other Illustrations, and articles related to events occurring at the time -- An excellent opportunity for the collector and researcher. We have over 1,000 issues of Harper's Weekly Listed On Abebooks ---- We Store and Ship each Harper's Weekly Issue in a Large Zip Lock Plastic Sleeve with a Board Insert for Stiffness. They are Shipped Flat and Never Folded or Rolled Up. All of this Attention to Maintain Quality Enhances the Condition of the Delivered Product To You. ---- Historical Events Are Never More Exciting Than When You Read Them From The Day They First Occurred And Were Reported In Newspapers and Magazines ----. Seller Inventory # 003941

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Gibson, Charles Dana

Published by R H Russell, New York (1900)

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About this Item: R H Russell, New York, 1900. First Edition. [30pp.]. b/w illustrations. From the library of 'George Dunn of Woolley Hall near Maidenhead'. Gibson (1867-1944) was a talented American artist, with early influences including Howard Pyle, Charles Keene and Phil May. His illustrations were published in Harper's Weekly. and Scribner's Magazine. Gibson worked for Life Magazine, and became famous for his drawings of American 'High Society'. He eventually became the owner and editor of Life Magazine. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Covers rubbed and scuffed. Some closed tears Hardback: Illustrated board cover. Seller Inventory # L0626

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Published by Harper & Brother (1896)

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About this Item: Harper & Brother, 1896. Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Vol. XL, #2087, Dec. 19, 1896; 1st ed; G outer wapper - bottom half front gone, part of top of wrapper torn off but present; tears alon spine & outside edges; soiled along outside edges; front pg illus. by W. Hatherell "Bringing in the Boar's Head. A Quaint Old Christmas Custom at Queen's College, Oxford" has piece of floor missing from illus.; article "President Cleveland's Last Message"; article "The President on Currency Reform"; article "The Extra-Session Rumor"; article "The Cuban Rebellion"; story by Howard Pyle "The Ghost of Captain Brand" Chap. I with 2 full pg illus. by Howard Pyle "Captain Malyoe Shot Captain Brand Through the Head" & She Would Sit Quite Still Permitting Barnaby to Gaze"; article "Life and Letters"; pg 1243 very soiled; story by john Kendrick Bangs with 4 illus. "Ghosts That Have Haunted Me. A Few Spirit Reminiscences"; story by Captain Charles King, U.S.A. "A Contraband Christmas" with full double centerfold illus. by Charles Reinhart "A Tall Graceful Form in Riding Dress Was Outlined Against the Yellowing Sky"; article "Afield With Fact. Mr. Stark's Christmas Plum Pudding"; article "Because a Child Was Born in Bethlehem"; illus by A. I. Keller "Too Much Christmas"; article "Music and Drama"; full pg Pabst Beer ad & testimonial; article "The Attitude of Spain to the United States"; full pg "The Prudential Insurance Co. of America" ad; article "This Busy World"; full pg "Harper & Brothers" ad; article "Amateur Sport" with 3 photos; full pg "The N.K.Fairbank Company" ad; many other ads; pgs 1233 thru 1264 (31 page Xmas issue). Possible extra postage required. Size: 16 1/8" x 11.25". Newspaper. Seller Inventory # 002490

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Harper & Brothers

Published by Harper Brothers, New York (1894)

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About this Item: Harper Brothers, New York, 1894. Disbound. Condition: Very Good. W.A. Rogers - Howard Pyle - C.D. Graves - C.S. Reinhart - (illustrator). First Edition - Original Issue. . This is an Original Complete Issue of 24 pages dated December 1, 1894 -- Vol. 38, No. 1980 -- Illustrated -- Pages are tight, very nice condition -- The Front Page has a full page illustration (Political Cartoon) drawn by W.A. Rogers titled "More Work For Victorious Reform, Another Boss Come To Town" -- Page 1133 and 1134 contains Part Four (Final) of "The Parasite" written by A. Conan Doyle and illustrated by Howard Pyle -- Page 1136 has a Thanksgiving Story written by Sophie Swett titled "A Pelican Of The Wilderness" -- Page 1137 contains a full page of several illustrations drawn by C.D. Graves titled "In and About Korea" -- Pages 1140 and 1141 contain a Magnificent Double Page Centerfold illustration drawn by C.S. Reinhart titled "Thanksgiving Week" depicting an Indian and Pilgrim shooting at target -- Page 1144 contains a full page of 9 photo illustrations titled "Prominent American Astronomers" -- Many Other Illustrations and Articles ---- We Store and Ship each Harper's Weekly Issue in a Large Zip Lock Plastic Sleeve with a Board Insert for Stiffness. They are Shipped Flat and Never Folded or Rolled Up. All of this Attention to Maintain Quality Enhances the Condition of the Delivered Product To You. ---- Historical Events Are Never More Exciting Than When You Read Them From The Day They First Occurred And Were Reported In Newspapers and Magazines ----. Seller Inventory # 009045

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Various Authors

Published by Harper and Brothers, New York (1887)

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About this Item: Harper and Brothers, New York, 1887. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Hardcover, large quarto in dark green cloth decorated in gold gilt and red; viii, 844 pages, adverts at rear; indices at front. The whole year's worth of issues bound in one volume. January 4, 1887 to December 27, 1887.Profusely illustrated in b&w by the Harper stable of artists: Howard Pyle, Thulstrup, Chuch, Newell, Rogers, others. Full page color lithograph frontispiece titled "An Unwilling Partner" by Rosine E. Sherwood. Covers worn at corners. Rear hinge cracked, otherwise sound, clean. Record # 412438. Seller Inventory # 412438

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George William Curtis - Editor, Illustrated by W. T. Smedley - F. S. Church - A. B. Frost - W. L. Sheppard - Howard Pyle -

Published by New York: Harper Brothers, 1885, New York (1885)

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About this Item: New York: Harper Brothers, 1885, New York, 1885. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Condition: Very Good .. W. T. Smedley - F. S. Church - A. B. Frost - W. L. Sheppard - Howard Pyle - (illustrator). First Edition - Original Issue. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Very Good . First Edition - Original Issue. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. This is an original, complete issue of 24 pages (includes Supplement) dated December 12, 1885 -- Vol. 29, No. 1512 -- Profusely illustrated with wood cut engravings -- Covers and contents are tight, very nice condition -- The Front Cover has a full page engraving by W. T. Smedley, one of four illustrations accompanying the short story contained in this issue titled "Dolly Vansittert's Other Lover. A Ghost Story" by Julian Hawthorne -- Pages 816 & 817 have a double page centerfold engraving by F. S. Church titled "A Christmas Fantasy" (girl with dancing bears) -- Pages 828 & 829 have a double page engraving by A. B. Frost titled "Christmas In Camp--Tying Up The Pudding" -- Page 832 has a full page engraving by W. L. Sheppard titled "Christmas In The South--A Suggestive Visit To The Old Family" -- This issue contains a portion of the serial "Half-Way. An Anglo-French Romance", Chapters XXXII & XXXIII -- There are two other short stories in this issue, one written and illustrated by Howard Pyle titled "Squire Tripp's Old Arm-Chair", with four large engravings, and "The Nice Little Man" by Fanny Foster Clark" -- Many articles related to these engravings and other events occurring at the time, as well as very interesting advertising -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical, however, it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurrence -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector. ---- We store and ship each Harper's Weekly issue in a large zip lock plastic sleeve with a board insert for stiffness. They are shipped flat and never folded or rolled up. **** NOTE: This issue has been stored in, and will be shipped in, an ACID FREE ARCHIVAL FOLDER with a Mylar Overlay. The Paper may be removed for viewing and reading. All this attention to maintain quality enhances the condition of the product delivered to you. ****. Seller Inventory # 015305

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Harper's Young People (Magazine) 1892: Vol.XXIII (23),: Pyle, Howard &

Pyle, Howard & Bangs, John Kendrick & Others

Published by Harper & Brothers 1891-92, NY (1891)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers 1891-92, NY, 1891. Hardcover. Condition: VG. 1st Edition. Bound volume of consecutive weekly issues starting with Nov. 3, 1891 t hrough Oct. 25, 1892. Bound in green cloth with red and black decorati ons & gold lettering. Illustrated through-out. 4to (11.50 X 8.25") siz e, 872pp. A VG copy, cloth covers are clean and fairly bright. Has sma ll rub spots at the corners, base of spine has a couple of tiny frays to the cloth. Inside, both hinges are a bit soft and starting to show the sewing. No loose pages, clean, unmarked contents. Contributions by Pyle, Bangs, Capt. Charles King, Kirk Munros and many more of the lea ding children's authors and illustrators of the day. Shipping weight of 7-8 pounds. Seller Inventory # 70363

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Harper's Young People (Magazine) 1888: Vol.IX (9),: Pyle, Howard &

Pyle, Howard & Alcott, Louisa May & Others

Published by Harper & Brothers 1887-88, NY (1887)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers 1887-88, NY, 1887. Hardcover. Condition: VG. 1st Edition. Bound volume of consecutive weekly issues starting with Nov. 1, 1887 t hrough Oct. 30, 1888. Bound in green cloth with red and black decorati ons & gold lettering & designs. Illustrated through-out. 4to (11.50 X 8.25") size, 928pp. A VG copy, cloth covers are clean and fairly brigh t. Has some rub spots at the corners, base of spine has a couple of ti ny frays and moderate rubbing to the cloth. Inside is clean and tight. The first page of the publishers book catalog that is bound in at the rear has been creased and has a 5cm chip missing to the bottom left c orner. Contains 2 stories (Little Red Purse & The Silver Party" by Alc ott, illustration by Pyle, and contributions by Mary Wilkins, Kirk Mun roe and many others. Shipping weight of 7 pounds. Seller Inventory # 70369

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Various Authors ; Howard Pyle; Peter Newell; Lucy C. Lillie; et al.

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York (1885)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1885. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. First Edition Thus. Large quarto volume; clean and tight in original green cloth binding with decorative stamping in gilt, black and red. Twelve months of weekly issues of this important 19th century periodical aimed at America's young people. Harper's Young People began publication in 1879 and later became known as the Harper's Round Table. After 1893 it became a monthly publication until its termination in 1899. This was a well produced and fairly costly publication. As with its counterpart for adult readers (Harper's Weekly), Young People included a variety of well written stories, poetry, serials, descriptions of games and athletic exercises and a good sampling of wonderful illustrations by noted authors and artists of the day. Of the hundreds of illustrated works in this particular volume, there are more than 20 works by Howard Pyle (Story of ye Blue China Plate, Overconfidence, Ye Three Wishes, A Newspaper Puff, Fancy & Fact, The Skilful Huntsman, Farmer Grigg's Boggart, etc. ); many by Bror Thure de Thulstrup, Peter Newell, Frederick Stuart Church, etc. Several stories by Kirk Munroe, Lucy C. Lillie, Sophie Sweet, David Ker, etc. A treasure trove of Victorian literature and illustration in a beautiful decorative binding. Index to the collected issues. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. Seller Inventory # 41432

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Various Authors ; Howard Pyle; Rosine E. Sherwood; Captain Charles King; Palmer Cox; et al.

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York (1888)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1888. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. First Edition Thus. Large quarto volume; clean and tight in original green cloth binding with decorative stamping in gilt, black and red. Some wear to cloth at spine ends. Twelve months of weekly issues (November 1, 1887 through October 30, 1888) of this important 19th century periodical aimed at America's young people. Full page colour lithograph frontispiece titled "An Unwilling Partner" by Rosine E. Sherwood. Harper's Young People began publication in 1879 and later became known as the Harper's Round Table. After 1893 it became a monthly publication until its termination in 1899. This was a well produced and fairly costly publication. As with its counterpart for adult readers (Harper's Weekly), Young People included a variety of well written stories, poetry, serials, descriptions of games and athletic exercises and a good sampling of wonderful illustrations by noted authors and artists of the day. This volume includes the serialized "Camp Life Among the Seminoles" and "Chrystal, Jack & Co." by Kirk Munroe. as well as contributions by Captain Charles King, James Otis, Christine Terhune Herrick, Margaret Sangster, Agnes Repplier, Palmer Cox, Howard Pyle (Princess on the Glass Hill, etc.). Some of the many illustrators represented in this volume include Howard Pyle (aforementioned), Peter Newell, Alice Barber, W.L. Sheppard, Cunton Peters, F. Church, W. Smedley, etc. A treasure trove of Victorian literature and illustration in a beautiful decorative binding. Index to the collected issues. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. Seller Inventory # 41433

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Pyle, Howard ; William T. Hornaday; W.J. Henderson; Frederic Stuart Church; Peter Newell; et al.

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York (1891)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1891. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. First Edition Thus. Large quarto volume; clean and tight in original green cloth binding with decorative stamping in gilt, black and red. Twelve months of weekly issues (November 4, 1890 through October 27, 1891) of this important 19th century periodical aimed at America's young people. Full page frontispiece titled "Christmas Morning in Paris" by Alice Barber. Harper's Young People began publication in 1879 and later became known as the Harper's Round Table. After 1893 it became a monthly publication until its termination in 1899. This was a well produced and fairly costly publication. As with its counterpart for adult readers (Harper's Weekly), Young People included a variety of well written stories, poetry, serials, descriptions of games and athletic exercises and a good sampling of wonderful illustrations by noted authors and artists of the day. This volume includes contributions by Kirk Munroe, R.K. Munkittrick, Elizabeth Greenleaf, William O. Stoddard (Red Mustang), William T. Hornaday (Taxidermy), William Dean Howells (Butterfly-Flutterby), Margaret Sangster, W.J. Henderson (Hints on Batting - Baseball), Clare Bunce, Sophie Swett, Howard Pyle (Men of Iron, Fruit of Happiness, etc.). Some of the many illustrators represented in this volume include Howard Pyle (aforementioned), E.W. Kemble, J. Geoffroy, W.P. Snyder, W. Smedley, W.A. Rogers, W. L. Sheppard, J.G. Browne, Frederic Stuart Church, Peter Newell, etc. A treasure trove of Victorian literature and illustration in a beautiful decorative binding. Index to the collected issues. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. Seller Inventory # 41434

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Smith, Jessie Willcox; Charles Dickens

Published by Charles Scribner, New York (1912)

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About this Item: Charles Scribner, New York, 1912. Full Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. FIRST EDITION, first printing. Original full olive green cloth with gilt lettering and illustrated plate on the cover. Ten full color plates illustrating children in Dicken's books. Descriptive text faces each page. Gift inscription on the front endpaper. Overall in VERY GOOD PLUS condition. Photos available upon request. JESSIE WILLCOX SMITH (September 6, 1863 May 3, 1935) was a United States illustrator famous for her work in magazines such as Ladies Home Journal and for her illustrations for children's books. Born in the Mount Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1884 Smith attended the School of Design for Women (which is now Moore College of Art & Design) and later studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under Thomas Eakins in Philadelphia, graduating in 1888. A year later, she started working in the production department of the Ladies' Home Journal, for five years. She left to take classes under Howard Pyle, first at Drexel and then at the Brandywine School. She was a prolific contributor to books and magazines during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, illustrating stories and articles for clients such as Century, Collier's Weekly, Leslie's Weekly, Harper's, McClure's, Scribners, and the Ladies' Home Journal. Smith may be most well known for her covers on Good Housekeeping, which she painted from December 1917 through March 1933. She also painted posters and portraits. Her twelve illustrations for Charles Kingsley's The Water-Babies (1916) are also well known. On Smith's death, she bequeathed the original works to the Library of Congress' "Cabinet of American Illustration" collection. (A thirteenth illustration remains in a private collection.) The Hall of Fame of the Society of Illustrators has inducted only 10 women since its inception in 1958. Smith was the second after Lorraine Fox. Of those ten, three of them occupied the same house, Cogslea, as the Red Rose Girls. Elizabeth Shippen Green and Violet Oakley were fellow Howard Pyle students that shared that space, which was arguably the finest collection of illustrative talent ever in American life. Smith's papers are deposited in the collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 021587

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Harper's Young People Weekly

Published by Harper & Brothers, NY (1890)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, NY, 1890. Cloth. Condition: Good+. No Jacket. Engravings (illustrator). Apparent First Edition. 892 oversized and well illutrated to this Victorian cornucopia of material aimed at young folk in a magazine seperate from the publisher's HARPERS WEEKLY. Includes BROTHER JONATHAN by Mary MCCobb; numerous articles/stories by HOWARD PYLE, LUCIE LILLIE and MARGARET SANGSTER , THE RED MUSTANG by William O. Stoddard, NANCY PANSY by Thomas Nelson Page; A BOYS TOWN by William Dean Howells; PRINC TOMMY by John Russell Coryell; plus many, many more by regular contributors and other authors. . Small bumps/fraying to corners and tips, mild to moderate rubbing to decorative boards, a few areas of fingerspotting/foxing but overall clean and tight, teompages with tears/tape repairs. HEAVY : Priority or International would be much greater than stated. Size: 4to - 9¾" - 12" Tall. Seller Inventory # 017830

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Harper's Young People Weekly

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, NY, 1887. Cloth. Condition: Good+. No Jacket. Engravings (illustrator). Apparent First Edition. 844 oversized and well illutrated to this Victorian cornucopia of material aimed at young folk in a magazine seperate from the publisher's HARPERS WEEKLY. Includes: THE SIMPLETON AND HIS LITTLE BLACK HEN, KING STORK, HOW THE PRINCESS'S PRIDE WAS BROKEN, DAME BRIDGET'S PROPHECY, HOW TWO WENT INTO PARTNERSHIP, BEARSKIN, COUSIN GREYLEGS., WHICH IS BEST, THE BEST THAT LIFE HAS TO GIVE, THE WATER OF LIFE by Howard Pyle; HOLY DAYS AND HOLIDAYS, LITTLE COOKS AND DRESSMAKERS, AN EASTER PARTY, by Margaret Sangster; HAZEL, THE COLONEL'S MONEY by Lucie Lillie; LITTLE ROBIN by Louisa may Alcott; THE FLAMING FEATHER by Kirk Munroe, plus many, many more by regular contributors and other authors. . Small bumps/fraying to corners and tips, mild to moderate rubbing to decorative boards, a few areas of fingerspotting/foxing but overall clean and tight. HEAVY : Priority or International would be much greater than stated. Size: 4to - 9¾" - 12" Tall. Seller Inventory # 017829

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Smith, Jessie Willcox (18631935) [illustrator]

Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1912)

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About this Item: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1912. Original Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Smith, Jessie Willcox (illustrator). First Edition. unpaginated with 10 color issustrations. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 6 3/4") issued in green cloth with decorative color pictorial in gilt lettering on front cover. 1st edition. Jessie Willcox Smith (September 6, 1863 May 3, 1935) was a United States illustrator famous for her work in magazines such as Ladies Home Journal and for her illustrations for children's books. Born in the Mount Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Smith studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under Thomas Eakins in Philadelphia, graduating in 1888. A year later, she started working in the production department of the Ladies Home Journal, for five years. She left to take classes under Howard Pyle, first at Drexel and then at the Brandywine School. She was a prolific contributor to books and magazines during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, illustrating stories and articles for clients such as Century, Collier's Weekly, Leslie's Weekly, Harper's, McClure's, Scribners, and the Ladies' Home Journal. Smith may be most well known for her covers on Good Housekeeping, which she painted from December 1917 through March 1933. She also painted posters and portraits. Her twelve illustrations for Charles Kingsley's The Water-Babies (1916) are also well known. On Smith's death, she bequeathed the original works to the Library of Congress' "Cabinet of American Illustration" collection. (A thirteenth illustration remains in a private collection.) Smith was close friends with the artists Elizabeth Shippen Green and Violet Oakley, who also studied with Pyle. Her papers are deposited in the collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Condition: Number stamp on back paste down, small nick at head edge, spine ends lightly rubbed else a very good copy lacking jacket. Seller Inventory # BOOKS003838

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The Parasite, as printed in Harper's Weekly,: DOYLE, Arthur Conan

DOYLE, Arthur Conan

Published by Harper and Brothers, New York (1894)

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About this Item: Harper and Brothers, New York, 1894. First Edition. Quarto, original marbled boards and 3/4 black leather binding, gilt lettering at spine. Bound volume containing issues from July 7, 1894 to December 22, 1894. Contains the complete Doyle story, The Parasite, in four parts, starting in November 10, illustrated by Howard Pyle. Also numerous engravings by noted artists of the period. A lovely volume, Near Fine, few pages with tiny closed tears at fore-edge, but covers are in near perfect condition for all issues. Seller Inventory # 26430

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Howard Pyle: A Chronicle: Abbott, Charles D.

Abbott, Charles D. ; Wyeth, N.C. (introduction)

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York ; London (1925)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York ; London, 1925. Hardcover. Condition: Near fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good. Pyle, Howard (illustrator). 1st edition. Biography of famous American illustrator Howard Pyle, signed by him on a piece of paper affixed to front endpaper. Includes 42 stunning colour and black and white illustrations by Howard Pyle and comes complete with original dust jacket (has some minor chipping and foxing). Some foxing and browning to endpapers and first and last few pages. Otherwise contents clean and bright. Extremely rare with signature of Howard Pyle and original dust jacket. xix, 249 p. Signed. Used book. Seller Inventory # 162

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PYLE, Howard, W.A. Rogers, Rosina Emmet Sherwood, Frederick Stuart Church, James Otis, Kirk Munroe, William O. Stoddard, et al.)

Published by Harper & Brothers, Publishers, New York (1888)

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, New York, 1888. Condition: Good. Periodical Magazine. Stitched wrappers. Two consecutive issues from November, 1886 and a near-consecutive run of 31 issues from February-October, 1888. All but four in the original turquoise printed outer wrappers with the subscriber's small name and address label on the front wrap. Includes an 1887 index printed on one uncut octavo sheet. Scattered soiling and chipping to the edges of the wraps, some are split along the spine folds, a few issues lack the rear wrap, very good. A nice collection of Harper's weekly children's magazine, celebrated for publishing the work of America's best illustrators and writers of young adult fiction. Included in this set are the first printed appearances of: "The Three Fortunes" and "The Princess on the Glass Hill," written and illustrated by Howard Pyle, "Five Shares in the Fresh-Air Fund" by James Otis, Rosina Emmet Sherwood's illustrations of "Von Nipkin's Defeat" by Boudinot Colt, and W.A. Rogers illustrations (including the front cover) of "Buster Bill" by May Cooper. The set also includes many other illustrations by Rogers, one front cover illustration by Frederick Stuart Church: "Mr. Bear Had Hearkened Too Long to Evil Counsel," and serialized stories by Kirk Munroe, William O. Stoddard, and others. A scarce set seldom found in the original wrappers. Seller Inventory # 375009

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About this Item: Harper & Bros., NY, 1896. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: None. Thulstrup, W.A. Rogers, Remington, Zogbaum, Fenn, Wilder, Kemble, A.B. Frost and others (illustrator). 52 issues bound in boards with leather spine. 1,300 pages of black & white engravings, rare photographs, intriguing articles; Gold in the Klondike, the Greece-Turkey War, views of Greater NY, by sledge & rail across Siberia etc. Black & white art by Thulstrup, W.A. Rogers, Remington, Zogbaum, Fenn and others. Cartoons. by Wilder, Kemble, A.B. Frost. Christmas issue has a glorious 2-page vertical illustration in color by Howard Pyle with more 2-color drawings for his story: A True History of the Devil at New Hope. Leather spine with light wear, chipping. Internally all the issues are in excellent condition. Individual issues from this period usually sell from $25 to $60. Price includes extra for additional shipping costs. Record # 67746. Seller Inventory # 67746

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