The Booklovers Magazine Vol. V / January to May 1905 / Nos. 1 to 5
New York City, D. Appleton & Company, 1905. 1st edition. Hardcover. pp. 878.Thick 8vo,,Sturdily bound in contemporary 3/4 dark leather over buckram,Original stories and articles include: 'Stevenson's View of Woman', by Kate Leslie Smith (a study of Robert Louis Stevenson's heroines); 'Hustling for Newspaper Pictures', by Edward J. Wheelock; 'What Did Washington Look Like? The Testimony of Contemporary Painters', by William Curtis Taylor; 'The Real Australia', by Burriss Gahan; 'An American Photographic Salon', by Charles E. Fairman; 'Navigating the Air / A Review of Recent Aeronautic progress', by Frank H. Taylor; 'Present Conditions in the Theater', by John D. Barry; 'The Beginnings of American Fiction / The Era of Imitation', by T. M. Parrott; 'Religion in the Novel', by Hall Caine; 'The Mission of the Motor Car / A Factor in Rural Development', by John A. Kingman; 'The American Automobile of 1905', by Alex Schwalbach; 'Can Cancer Be Cured? An Interview with Dr. Doyen'; 'The Dream of a Jewish Nation / A Discussion of the Zionistic Movement', by Rabbi Edward N. Calisch; 'River-Driving as a Fine Art', by George Hibbard; 'The Birth of the Fashions / How Paris rules the world of dress', by Anna Margretta Ewing; 'Sailing as a Fine Art / The Philosophy of Yachting Seamanship', by Joseph Conrad; 'The Modern Battle-Ship / The Latest Types of Ships of the Line', by Archibald S. Hurd. Boards rubbed at extremities. Hinges tight. Contents unmarked. A good plus, copy. Ill.: colour, b&w illustrations. Publication of Appleton's Journal began in 1859. The first appearance of this magazine was in January, 1903.
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