Scribner's Monthly, Volume 12 from May 1876 to Oct 1876

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Numerous articles by famous authors: John Burroughs; Ernest Ingersoll, Rebecca Harding Davis; Henry James, Jr; Edward Everett Hale; Bret Harte; Philip Bourke Marston; Fanny Hodgson Burnett; etc. Articles include: Portraiture of William Penn; The True Pocahontas; Bowdoin College; John Gutenberg, Old Landmarks in Philadelphia; How America was Named; Union College, N.Y.; Charlotte Cushman; The Story of the Signing (Declaration of Independence); Harvard University; Wesleylan University, Conn; Oliver Madox Brown; Niagara; Insanity and its Treatment; Notes on Salmon Fishing; Massachusetts Agricultural College; John Chinaman in San Francisco by Thomas J. Vivian; Gabriel Conroy, by Bret Harte (Conclusion: Chapters XXXIII-LVI); That Lass O'Lowrie's by Fanny Hodgson Burnett,(Chapters I-VIII) Bride of the Rhine, by George E. Waring, Jr.; Philip Nolan's Friends by Edward Everett Hale (Chapters XII-XXXIII). 916 pp. Profusely illustrated. 3/4 leather covers with gilt lettering/decor on the spine. Edges /spine joints rubbed. Overall covers are Good. Watermark on top page edge which shows on top margin of text from pp. 481 to end. Never on text. Otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good. Historical stories of the times.

Title: Scribner's Monthly, Volume 12 from May 1876 to Oct 1876

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Illustrator: Engravings

Categories: Famous Authors, American History, Medicine, New York, Salmon, Massachusetts, Maine, Bound Magazines, Education, Connecticut, Scribner's Magazine,

Publisher: New York, Scribner & Co: 1876

Binding: Leather

Book Condition: Good+

Type: Bound Magazine

Size: Size: Approx. 6 3/4" x 9 1/2"

Seller ID: 004605

Keywords: Ernest Ingersoll, Rebecca Harding Davis, Bowdoin College,John Gutenberg, Bret Harte,Oliver Madox Brown, Philip Bourke Marston, Niagara, Gabriel Conroy, Fanny Hodgson Burnett,,Frances H. Burnett - That Lass O'Lowrie's, Insanity andTreatment, Wesleylan University, Conn, Bride of the Rhine, by George E. Waring, Jr.,