Literary Digest Magazine – 1900 – 1919 Issues

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1900 Issues

1/6, 2/17, 8/11, 8/25, 10/6

Good

$15.00 ea.

September 14, 1901

Assassination Attempt on President McKinley

Good

$15.00

February 2, 1907

After-Shocks of the Kingston Earthquake

Good, covers detached

$12.50

August 3, 1907

Iron-Miner’s Strike in Minnesota, Mr. Bryan’s Latest Manifesto, Amphibious Automobile

Good

$15.00

1908 Issues

7/4, 7/25

Good

$15.00 ea.

1909 Issues

5/22, 10/16

Good

$15.00

 

February 19, 1910

The Tariff’s Part in High Prices, Danbury hatters Hard Hit, America Rouses Russia’s Wrath

Good

$15.00

January 7, 1911

Receiving The News by F. L. Stoddard. “Popularizing” the Senate, Lorimer’s Suspended Vindication, Dynamite in Los Angeles, Vegetable Aeronautics

Good

$15.00

December 23, 1911

Why Our Army Is Inefficient, Pensions and Politics, Postal Profits and Improvements

Fair/Good

$10.00

 

January 6, 1912

Russia On The Road To Teheran, Triangle Waist Fire, Battles In The Oil Fields, Lee’s Last Mission

Good

$17.50

January 13, 1912

The Republican Presidential Dilemma, The Beef Trust Trial, Rear-Admiral Evans, Why Russia Invades Persia, Mount Morgan, Australia, Lionizing Dickens

G/VG

$20.00

January 20, 1912

Governor Wilson’s “Cocked-Hat” Letter, Confessions of Carnegie, A Holy Alliance Against Portugal, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

January 27, 1912

Woman Viewing Earth in Mirror. The Democratic Candidates, Federal Ownership of Telegraphs, Disgrace of a French premier, How Art Misrepresents The Indian

G/VG

$20.00

February 3, 1912

Meaning of the Cummins Boom, The Democratic Steel Bill, A Disease of Aluminum, The Suffragettes of China

Good

$17.50

February 10, 1912

Preparing To Draft Mr. Roosevelt, Germany’s Socialist Landslide, Lunar Landscapes, Motor-Trucks and Motor-Cars

Good, small stain

$17.50

February 17, 1912

Rising Against The “Money Oligarchy”, Unruly Mexico, Mr. La Follette, Are Spies Indispensable?, Draining The Everglades, Mounting Colonel Roosevelt’s Animals

Good

$17.50

March 2, 1912

Colonel Roosevelt’s Declaration of Faith, The New Supreme-Court Justice, Why Ulster Opposes Home Rule, Science and Invention – 2 copies

G/VG

$20.00

March 9, 1912

Exploring The Republican Chasm, Doubling The Postal Tax On Print, The Lawrence Strike Children, German and English Spies, Motor-Trucks and Motor-Cars

Good

$17.50

March 16, 1912

Roald Amundsen, A Crisis in Commerce-Control, Facing Another Coal Strike, Some New Explosives, A Negro At The North Pole

Good

$17.50

March 23, 1912

A Startling Patent Decision, The Hand That Rocked Seattle, The Riddle of Yuan Shih-Kai, Broken Glass and Votes For Women

G/VG

$20.00

March 30, 1912

The North Dakota Primary, The Virginia Court Massacre, Intervention in Tripoli

Good, covers detached

$12.50

April 6, 1912,

The Verdict of New York and Indiana, Shearing The Textile Duties, Britain’s Challenge To Germany, Moving Pictures In the Classroom

G/VG

$20.00

April 13, 1912

Isaac Kaufmann Funk, Democratic Presidential Aspirants, Milwaukee’s Socialist Reverse, Motor-Trucks and Motor-Cars

G/VG

$20.00

April 20, 1912

The Illinois and Pennsylvania Primaries, Japan and Magdalena Bay, Bridling The Mississippi, India’s Cotton, Value of the “Spitball”

G/VG

$20.00

May 4, 1912

Responsibility For The “Titanic” Disaster, President Taft’s Denunciation of Mr. Roosevelt, England’s Indignation and Grief Over The “Titanic”, The Mississippi Floods

G/VG

$25.00

May 11, 1912

The Massachusetts Republican Primary, Danger Of A Water-Power Trust, British Criticism of Our “Titanic” Inquiry, German Rage At The Monroe Doctrine, Experts On The “Titanic” Wreck

G/VG

$25.00

May 18, 1912

Progress of the Democratic Candidates, Coatesville Lynchers Free, 10,000 Women Marching For Votes, The Fez Horror, The World’s Hugest Siphon Tunnel

G/VG

$20.00

June 8, 1912

As the Convention Approaches, The “Titanic” Report, Wilbur Wright, Cuba’s Race War, Science and Invention

Good

$20.00

June 22, 1912

Our Message To Cuba, Ousting General Wood, Dock Workers Starving London, Saving Life At Sea, Homeopathic Treatment For Rolling Ships

G/VG

$20.00

July 6, 1912

The Republican Ranks Before The Split, The Taft Ticket, Impeaching Judge Archbald, Nuts

G/VG

$20.00

July 13, 1912

Effect of Woodrow Wilson’s Nomination, Business Improving Regardless of Politics, The German “Talking Dog” – “Don”

Good

$17.50

July 20, 1912

The Third-Party Call, Work and Wages At Lawrence, British Rubber-Trade Horrors, Science and Invention, Fortunes Made in Baseball

G/VG

$20.00

August 3, 1912

Shifting Political Alinements, “Recall” by Impeachment, Britain’s Olympic Remorse, Bernhardt in Motion Pictures, Coca-Cola ad back cover

G/VG

$20.00

August 10, 1912

Japan Under Mutsuhito, England’s “Titanic” Report, Graft in Detroit, Xylology, To Carry Coal By Pipe Line

G/VG

$20.00

August 17, 1912

The Progressive Party, What Wilson Would Do, The “New Monroeism”, A Player-Violin, Miss Braddon

G/VG

$20.00

August 24, 1912

To Clean Up New York, A Progressive Prohibitionist, The Congressional Panama Program, Science and Invention, Henri Fabre

G/VG

$20.00

September 7, 1912

A Ban on Sunday Mail, Campaign Funds in 1904 and 1912, Organizing Against Tammany, High Cost of Farming in U. S., Failure of Finnish Feminism, The Two “Titanic” Investigations

G/VG

$20.00

September 14, 1912

First Tests For Progressive Party, Dynamite In The Lawrence Strike, Tariff Ideas, The Double-Deck Street-Car, Motor-Trucks and Motor-Cars

G/VG

$20.00

September 21, 1912

Harvests That Promise Prosperity, Maine’s Indecisive Election, Successors Of The Young Turks, Science and Invention, “Joe” Wood

G/VG

$20.00

September 28, 1912

Trust Remedies of Roosevelt and Wilson, Haywood’s Arrest, The Yellow Republic’s Peril, Continuous Evolution, Lightning Calculators, General Nogi’s End

G/VG

$20.00

October 5, 1912

Forecasting The Election, Thomas W. Lawson, High Cost of Keeping Warm, Science and Invention, A Penitent of Coatesville, Jim Thorpe At School

G/VG

$20.00

October 12, 1912

Extracting Campaign-Gift Secrets, Roosevelt’s Plea To the South, Porto Rico Under American Rule, The Bat’s Sixth Sense For Ships

G/VG

$20.00

October 19, 1912

The Balkan War Begun, Mr. Taft’s Loss of California, Mortality Among Witnesses  Against The Police, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

October 26, 1912

Colonel Roosevelt’s Escape, The Taft Plan For Farm Finance, Postal Stamping Machine

G/VG

$20.00

 

Same

Good

$15.00

November 2, 1912

The Trusts and The Candidates, Our Starving Railroads, The Dynamite “Plot” Case, The Burden of Clothes, Motor-Trucks and Motor-Cars

G/VG

$20.00

November 9, 1912

Cover by Garth Jones. James Schoolcraft Sherman, Effects of the Becker Conviction, India Bashing Opium, White Eskimos, How Our marines Took Coyotepe Hill

G/VG

$20.00

November 16, 1912

President-Elect Wilson’s Dilemma, Ominous Jealousies In the Balkans, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

November 23, 1912

The Woman-Suffrage Victory, The Socialist Vote, The Assassination Of Canalejas, Germany Ousting Standard Oil, Science and Invention, Woodrow Wilson at College

G/VG

$20.00

December 7, 1912

Will the Democrats Free The Philippines?, Acquittal Of The I. W. W. Leaders, A Cinematograph For Amateurs

G/VG

$20.00

December 14, 1912

A Smashing Blow At Railroad Mergers, Children In The Canneries, “Dollars For Bullets”, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

December 21, 1912

Intentions Of the Progressive Party, Sixteen Years of Farm Progress, Science and Invention, Winter Travel Southward

G/VG

$20.00

 

January 4, 1913

New Year. The Money-Trust Evidence, Ruin of the English Suffragette Movement, Science and Invention, Motor-Trips and Motor-Cars

G/VG

$20.00

January 11, 1913

End of the Dynamite “Conspiracy”, To Keep Dry States Dry, Opening The Dardanelles

G/VG, sections duplicated

$20.00

January 18, 1913

“Corners” Forbidden by the Sherman Law, How the Parcel-Post Is Working, Mr. Taft For Panama Arbitration, Albania’s Fate

G/VG, small stain

$20.00

February 22, 1913

The Polar Tragedy, The War in West Virginia, Police Graft Confessions, A Defeat For the Suffragettes

Good, tears

$15.00

December 27, 1913

Why Does Business Halt?, The Perils of Inflation, The Railroad and Its Money

Good, stain

$15.00

 

March 7, 1914

Mexico’s Darkening Outlook, Too Much Coffee in Haiti, The British Ministry in Peril

G/VG

$17.50

March 14, 1914

Mexico – Viewed From Texas, Army Desertions, The President’s Panama Plea, Albanian Anarchy

Good

$15.00

March 21, 1914

Lifting the Lid From The Mexican Kettle, End of U. S. Express Company, Sweden Torn by Militarism, Tricks in Motion Pictures

Good

$15.00

April 4, 1914

First-Fruits of the Tariff Law, Steel and Oil Prosperity, The Private Armies of Capital, Suffrage as a National Issue

G/VG

$17.50

April 11, 1914

Panama Tolls Jarring Democratic Harmony, The Bitter Cry of the Railroads, Ulster Seen From Two Angles

Good

$15.00

April 18, 1914

Reserve Bank Appointments – and Disappointments, The Rise of Villa’s Star, For A “Dry” Navy

G/VG

$17.50

April 25, 1914

The President’s Renewed Attack on Trusts, Counting The Copper Strike’s Cost, Japan’s Political Chaos, The Cost of Progress

Good

$15.00

May 2, 1914

Our War on Huerta, The Colorado Slaughter, Our Panama “Regrets”, The German Bugaboo

Good

$15.00

May 9, 1914

Letting South America Into Our Mexican Quarrel, The Issue in Colorado, Wooden Legs By Electric Power

Good

$15.00

June 13, ,1914

The Loss of the “Empress of Ireland”, Mr. Roosevelt and Republican Fusion, Labor’s Influence Over Congress, Kipling’s Attack on the British Government

Good

$15.00

June 20, 1914

Mexican Gun-Running, More Federal Power Over The Railroads, Pinchot’s War on Perkins

Good

$15.00

August 15, 1914

Why Europe Is At War, Who Will Win, How The War Affects America, The European Armageddon – Who caused It?

Not Available

NA

August 29, 1914

America’s Loss and Gain in Europe’s War, The Food-Price War, The Panama Canal Open, Why England Goes To War

Good, pencil marks

$17.50

September 5, 1914

The Germans in France, Russia’s Promise to Poland, Japan’s Share in the War, Neutrality – and War Loans

Good

$17.50

September 12, 1914

Darkest Side of the Great War, Machinery of the War, Loyalty of German Socialists, India’s Rally to Britain

Good

$17.50

September 19, 1914

What We Pay To See Europe At War, The Allies’ New Bond, Europe Appealing To America, Resurrection of Poland

G/VG

$20.00

September 26, 1914

How Austria Fares, Turkey Tearing Up Treaties, A New Turn in Mexican Affairs, Summary of the European War

Good

$17.50

October 10, 1914

“Buy A Bale of Cotton”, Shall We Arm?, A Hitch in the Colorado Peace Plan, Accusing the Banks of Hoarding

Good

$17.50

October 17, 1914

Germany’s Colonial Losses, England’s Contraband Compromise, Free Markets For City Dwellers, London’s Fear of a “Zeppelin” Raid

G/VG

$17.50

October 24, 1914

Fall of Antwerp, The Boer Disaffection, War Atrocities, European Nationalities to Remain Intact, Russia's War for Culture, Admiral Mahan on Sea War, Sad Return of the Fairies, Films As Salesmen, Germany's Debt to French Culture – 2 copies

Good

$15.00

October 31, 1914

Democracy’s Case Before the Voters, British Seizures of American Ships, Our Business in War-Time, The Allies as Champions of the Little Nations

G/VG

$17.50

November 7, 1914

Current Events of the World by George Wharton Edwards. German Respect for the Monroe Doctrine, More Boer War, Taxing Us For Europe’s War

G/VG

$25.00

November 14, 1914

The Republican Revival, American Sympathies in the War, Germany’s Naval Victory in the Pacific

G/VG

$20.00

November 21, 1914

Russia’s Part in the War, Future of the Progressive Party, Two More Suffrage States, Islam and the “Holy War”, War, Expansion, and Aviation

Good

$20.00

November 28, 1914

Shall We let Belgium Starve?, King Cotton Convalescing, English Red-Cross Train

Good, spine splitting

$17.50

December 5, 1914

Our Evacuation of Vera Cruz, Amos Pinchot on His Party’s Fall, Democracy’s Liquor Problem, Summary of the European War, Feeding the Warring Nations

G/VG

$20.00

December 19, 1914

Our Government’s Attitude Toward National Defense, Germany’s Rovers Sunk, Progressive Demise Denied, Germany’s Showing in the War, German Fear of Slav Barbarism

Good

$20.00

December 26, 1914

The Move To Keep Our Guns Out of Europe, Good Times Seen From Wall Street, The German Raid on England, Deep-Sea Diving Revolutionized

Good

$20.00

 

January 2, 1915

Turning The Search-Light On The Navy’s Flaws, Who First Violated Belgium’s Neutrality, A Brighter Day For the Railroads, Prohibition’s Day in Congress

Good

$17.50

January 9, 1915

Our Warning To Great Britain, Fold-out Map of Western Theater of the War where Germany Meets England, France and Belgium, German Doubts About Our Fairness, The Structural Side of War

Good

$17.50

January 16, 1915

President’s Plan For a Commercial Navy, Anti-Semitism and The Frank Case, Wireless in War, Colored “Movies”

Good

$17.50

January 23, 1915

Current Events of the World by George Wharton Edwards. How Our Press Take The British Reply, The Apennine Earthquake, Metal-Famine in Germany

Good

$20.00

January 30, 1915

How Long Will The War Last?, Our Daily Bread, Alabama Dry Again, Killing Strikers in New Jersey, Austria’s Plight

Good, crease

$17.50

February 6, 1915

High Steel Workers by Stoner. American Neutrality Officially Explained, The Right To Discharge Union Men, The French Atrocities Charge, The “Zeppelin” Raid into England

Not Available

NA

February 13, 1915

What the German-Americans Are Organizing For, Germany’s Submarine Blockade of England, Mobilizing the Jobless, Poland’s Plight

Good

$17.50

February 27, 1915

Two Nations Trying To Starve Each Other, “Sinister Forces” in the Ship-Purchase Feud, Second Thoughts on the Wheat Crisis

Not Available

NA

March 6, 1915

Supremacy of the American Dollar, The First Federal Trade Commission Appointees, Japan’s Demands on China, Germany Denies Atrocities

G/VG

$20.00

March 13, 1915

The Issues Hanging On Constantinople’s Fall,  A “Citizen” Army, The San Francisco Fair, Number of Dry States Doubled, Russia’s Determination

Good

$17.50

March 27, 1915

Must We Relinquish Our Trade with Germany?, Liquor Views of the Prohibition Era, America Invents A “Zeppelin-Destroyer”

Good

$17.50

April 3, 1915

Przemysl Simplified by the Czar, Turk’s Naval Toll, Labor Troubles in England, Obliterating French Forests, Rodin’s Gift to Britain

Good

$17.50

April 10, 1915

When the Torpedo Kills Non-Combatants, German Plans for Belgium, Pampered Prisoners

Good

$17.50

April 17, 1915

Business Trenches “Retaken”, Republican Victory in Chicago, Greater Than Waterloo, War and Drink at Odds

G/VG

$20.00

April 24, 1915

Spring Log-Running by Mr. Vincent Lynch, Germany Challenges Our Neutrality, The Riggs Bank Row, The “Fear of God” in Terre Haute, X-Rays on the Battlefield

G/VG

$20.00

May 1, 1915

North and South Fifty Years After Appomattox, Railway Mail-Pay Reasonings, Rum and Democracy, A Typhus Vaccine, Modernizing the Hand-Grenade

Good

$17.50

May 8, 1915

Suffocating The Enemy, Secretary Daniels’s Defense, The Rock Island Mystery, The Bewildered Balkans

G/VG

$20.00

May 15, 1915

The “Lusitania” Torpedoed, The “Gulflight” Case, Was the Women’s Peace Congress A Failure?, The Terms of Peace, Canada To the Rescue

Good

$25.00

May 22, 1915

America’s Response to Germany’s Challenge, Where The German-Americans Stand, Foreign Views on the “Lusitania” Tragedy

Not Available

NA

May 29, 1915

History of the European War, The Bryce Report on German Atrocities, Using “Gangs” in Labor’s Wars, German-American Loyalty, The Dardanelles Mystery

Good

$20.00

June 5, 1915

Italy’s Moral Position, America Unready, Rooseveltian Language Upheld, Gas As A Weapon

Not Available

NA

June 12, 1915

Why America Rejects Germany’s Argument, “Przemysl” Again, Foreign Raps At The President, War by Night

G/VG

$20.00

June 19, 1915

Mr. Bryan’s Split with The President, England’s Munitions Muddle, The Dernburg Failure, Warrior Women, Motor-Traffic in Death Valley

G/VG

$20.00

June 26, 1915

Colonel Bryan’s War on Peace, German-Americans Desert Wilson, The Balkans on the Brink

Good

$17.50

July 3, 1915

After Lemberg – What?, Regulating The Jitney, How The “Lusitania” Might Have Been Saved

Good

$20.00

July 10, 1915

Our Grievance Against England, Socialist Power for Peace, New Drug Laws, Fighting the War Gas, The Revolt of Young Mormonism – 3 copies

Good

$17.50

July 17, 1915

The Peril From War-Madness, Profit and Loss of a Year of War, Nashville’s Hour of Trial, The Raid of Karlsruhe, A Thinking-Machine

G/VG

$20.00

July 24, 1915

Deadlock with Germany, Thomas Edison photo, Bomb-Mysteries on Munitions Ships, The Hopes of Lithuania, Bathing an Army, Kipling Tells Why Britons Should Fight – 2 copies

G/VG

$20.00

 

Same

Good

$17.50

July 31, 1915

WWI - with maps of the conflict (one folds out). Other articles on Movies and the Eyes, Ireland. Coca-Cola ad on back cover.

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

August 7, 1915

Chicago’s Supreme Tragedy, Our “Last Word” on the “Lusitania”, Bloodshed in Labor Wars, The case Against The Levee

Good

$17.50

August 14, 1915

Summing Up A Year of Slaughter, The Fall of Warsaw, The Next Move in the War

Good

$17.50

August 21, 1915

The Carranza Stumbling-Block in Mexico, The Progressive Drift, National Defense at Plattsburg, Humane Sing-Sing Under Fire, The Cotton-Contraband Controversy

Good

$17.50

August 28, 1915

On The Docks by Mr. Vincent Lynch. The Attack on the “Arabic”, Justifying Munition-Exports, Mob-Law in Georgia, Food Prices Soar in Germany

G/VG

$20.00

September 4, 1915

Germany’s Good Intentions, Two Railroad- Receiverships, Cotton as Contraband

Good

$17.50

September 11, 1915

Germany Yields To Wilson, War-Stricken Sterling Exchange, Roumania Thwarts Germany, Submarine Warfare A Failure, The War’s Greatest Cartoonist

G/VG

$20.00

September 18, 1915

Wheat-Crop in the West by Vincent Lynch. Dismissal of the Austrian Ambassador, The Submarine Not Yet Tamed, The Secret of German Success

Good

$17.50

September 25, 1915

Accommodating The Allies With a Billion, The Voice of the Little Peoples, A Yacht on Wheels

Good

$17.50

October 2, 1915

Coal Cutter at Work in Mines of Pennsylvania by Victor Perard. Chicago Beef-Barons vs. The British Crown, The Nineteenth Dry State, Hushing Up “Zeppelin” Raid Results

Not Available

NA

October 16, 1915

Woodrow Wilson for Suffrage, Wireless Telephone Message Across the Sea, Everything by Electricity, Kipling

G/VG

$17.50

Same

Good

$15.00

October 23, 1915

Germany’s Balkan Thrust, The End of Watchful Waiting, The Panama-Canal Blockade, The “Zeppelin” As A Moral Choice

G/VG

$17.50

October 30, 1915

The Dardanelles Deadlock, Planning Army-Preparedness, No Votes For New Jersey Women, Learning To Fly

Not Available

NA

November 6, 1915

German Bomb Plots in the US, Cabinet Upheaval in France, Edith Cavell execution, How the Wireless Phone Works

G/VG

$17.50

 

Same

Good

$15.00

November 13, 1915

Both Sides Encouraged By The Suffrage Defeat, Machine Victories in New York and Philadelphia, The Alien’s Right To Work

G/VG

$17.50

November 20, 1915

Another “Lusitania” Case in the Mediterranean, Preparedness and Politics, The Art of Mimicry in War

G/VG

$17.50

November 27, 1915

Bringing The War To the United States, Probing the “Ancona” Tragedy, Russia Demanding Reform, The Farmer’s Power-Plant

G/VG

$17.50

December 4, 1915

Democratic Split on Preparedness, Citizen Police Reserves, Roumania’s Uncanny Calm, “Zeppelins” Violating Dutch Air, Ratless New Orleans

G/VG

$17.50

December 11, 1915

Henry Ford In Search of Peace, A $50,000,000 Bid For World-Trade, How Britain Takes Servia’s Defeat, To Keep People From Poisoning Themselves

Good

$15.00

December 18, 1915

Republican Choices For President, Presidential Peace-Message, Revolts in India

Good

$15.00

December 25, 1915

Santa Claus cover. Austria Called To Account For “Wanton Slaughter”, France Searching Our Ships, Europe’s Disapproval of the President

Good

$17.50

 

January 1, 1916

WWI News, Pro-German Plotters, Pancho Villa, All Servia in Enemy Hands, Wireless Amateurs to the Rescue

Good

$15.00

April 1, 1916

Studying Global Navigation. Our Unpreparedness Revealed by Pancho Villa, Tirpitz’s Exit, Mr. Brandeis “On Trial”, Verdun, The Return of The Monitor

Good

$17.50

April 8, 1916

Maps of Historical Value. Pancho Villa’s “American Allies”, Mobilizing Our Industries, Science and Invention

Good

$17.50

April 15, 1916

William Shakespeare cover. Roosevelt or Hughes?, Japan’s Fear of America, Limning Shakespeare

Good

$17.50

Same

Fair/Good, loose cover, torn page

$12.50

April 22, 1916

Crow Outlier by W. Herbert Dunton. Germany’s “Denial” in the Sussex Case, The Reading-Test for Immigrants, Canada Stirred by War-Graft, The Siege of Verdun

G/VG

$20.00

April 29, 1916

“Inside The Breakwater” by Guy C. Wiggins. Our Final Word To Germany, The Bomb-Plots Thicken, Presidential Choice of Republican Lawmakers, Tesla’s Million-Dollar Mystery

Good

$17.50

May 6, 1916

Topics of the Day. British Interference With Our Trade, The New Irish Revolt, Germany In Brazil, The High Cost of Gasoline, America’s Longest Tunnel

Not Available

NA

May 20, 1916

Topics of the Day. Is The Submarine Controversy Settled?, Trying To Upset The “Pork-Barrel”, Preparing For Preparedness by Road-Building

Good

$17.50

June 3, 1916

At the Tennis Match. The World’s Best Battle-Cruisers For America, Colonel Roosevelt’s New Crusade, The Russians in France, Verdun, Electric Aid for Bone-Surgery

Good

$17.50

June 10, 1916

President Wilson’s Peace-Plan, British Hands In Our Mail-Bags, Japan Sticks To Britain

Good

$17.50

Same

Fair/Good, stained, torn

$12.50

June 17, 1916

Comparison of Chicago Platforms, Yuan Shi Kai Gone, Mr. Justice Brandeis, Race-Strife in Canada, Science and Invention

Good

$17.50

June 24, 1916

“Smoking Them Out” by Charles M. Russell. Why The Democracy Asks For Four More Years, Fate of The Progressive Party, Battle of Jutland

Good, spine splitting, light interior stain

$15.00

July 1, 1916

The New San Francisco Looking Down Market Street. Our Task In Mexico, Democratic Campaign Issues, Suffrage Planks Not Enough, German War Libraries

G/VG

$20.00

July 15, 1916

Lily Pond. The Allies’ New Stroke, War With Mexico Averted, The Revolt in Arabia, Slipping and Tripping, The Period of the Sky-Scraper, Coca-Cola ad back cover

Good

$17.50

July 22, 1916

At The Beach. German Cargo-Submarine, Colonel Roosevelt’s Army, Theory and Practise in the Allied Offensive, Science and Invention

Good

$17.50

August 5, 1916

Cows at Streamside. Mobilization “Blunders”, Mail-Seizures Explained, The Prohibition Ticket, The Saving-Daylight Movement, Hetty Green’s Philosophy

Good

$17.50

August 19, 1916

A Submarine Freighter. Italy’s Thrust in the Allied Offensive, Facing Our Greatest Labor War, Science and Invention, James Whitcomb Riley

Good

$17.50

September 30, 1916

Home Among The Trees. Betterment In Mexico, The Resurrection of Poland, Why Quebec’s Bridge-Span Fell, Our First Japanese Invasion

Good

$17.50

October 7, 1916

Corn Shocks. A Presidential “Straw Vote” of Union Labor, Hughes and Wilson On the Eight-Hour Law, The Negro Moving North, Do “Zeppelins” Pay?

Good

$17.50

October 21, 1916

Bringing The War To Our Doors, War-Prices For Food, The Allies Worrying Sweden, Wireless For Women

Good

$17.50

November 11, 1916

German Pledges and the “Marina”, German Belief in Victory, To Make Peace Permanent, Japan’s Opportunity

Good

$15.00

December 16, 1916

The President’s Antistrike Message, David Lloyd- George, “Zeppelin” Secrets Discovered by the British

Fair, stain

$12.50

December 23, 1916

Among The Lowly by Leon A. Lhermitte. Germany’s Peace-Proposals, The Progress of Irrigation

Not Available

NA

 

February 10, 1917

Skiing. Our Break with Germany, How To Win Trade After The War, Burying The Monroe Doctrine, Billy Sunday in Boston, Science and Invention

Good

$20.00

February 17, 1917

George Washington by Gilbert Stuart. Our State of Preparedness For War, Where German-Americans Stand, Can The “U”-Boat Win The War?, Luther D. Bradley

Good

$20.00

March 3, 1917

Brigantine by J. C. Taylor. Food Riots in the United States, “Limited-Liability” War, Science and Invention

Good, small stain

$17.50

March 10, 1917

“Wild Horse Hunters” by C. M. Russell. Imminence of War With Germany, Suffrage Drive on Eastern Front, To Make Us Spy-Proof and Bomb-Proof

G/VG

$25.00

Same

Good

$20.00

March 17, 1917

America At Work – Steel Mills, Pittsburg, PA. How Zimmermann United The United States, The Last Senatorial Filibuster, The Hejaz Kingdom

Good

$17.50

March 24, 1917

On The Signal Bridge by L. A. Shafer. The Russian Revolution, Arming Our Ships, Hungry Europe, Red-Cross Dogs, Zeppelin in Success and Failure

G/VG

$20.00

April 14, 1917

A Pueblo – New Mexico by Marlatt. War For Democracy, Prospects of “U”- Boat Success, Science and Invention

Good

$17.50

April 21, 1917

A Rocky Coastline. Volunteers, Conscription, and Democracy, German Plots Among Negroes, Moral Climax of The War, The Man Who Sank The “Lusitania”

Good

$17.50

April 28, 1917

A Submarine Chaser. America’s Response To The President’s Appeal, T. R.’s Plan To Beard The Kaiser, Canada Smashing The Hindenburg Line, War Posters

Good

$20.00

May 5, 1917

Launching The Torpedo. The Kaiser Defeating Himself, Our First Shot, Woman Suffrage Marching On, Science and Invention

Good

$20.00

May 12, 1917

Back To The Old Home Post by Henry B. Snell. Our Boys To France, Ireland A War-Factor, England Hard Hit By Submarines, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

June 2, 1917

Night Practice by L. A. Shafer. How The Draft Will Work, How Hoover Will Help Win, Hindenburgitis, Science and Invention

Good, discolored

$15.00

June 9, 1917

Proposed Tank For the American Army. Treason’s Twilight Zone, Canada To Adopt The Draft, The War and Drugs, Pullman-Sleeper Dormitory

Good

$20.00

June 16, 1917

An American Destroyer Surprises A U-Boat by L. A. Shafer. Why We Are Fighting Germany, The Socialist As Patriot, The Theater Women’s War-Work

G/VG

$20.00

June 23, 1917

Hunting U-Boats. Peace-Terms We Are Fighting For, The South Calling Negroes Back, The Jews in Free Russia, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

July 7, 1917

Off To The Front by L. A. Shafer. A Coal-Crisis That May Cripple Industry, Effects of War-Time Prohibition, Labor Comment on the Mooney Case

G/VG

$20.00

 

Same – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

July 14, 1917

A Battle in Mid Air. Our First Victory Over Germany, East St. Louis Race-Riots, Civil War in China, Spain’s Rebellious Army, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

July 21, 1917

“Doing Their Bit” by Peck. Discontent in Germany, The Alarm Against Spies, Segregating Whisky, Science and Invention

Good

$17.50

July 28, 1917

An American Ambulance At the Front by L. A. Shafer. The 100 Great Events of the World’s Greatest War, British-German Front (map), Aisne District, France (map), Post-Office Censors Under Fire, Cats and Crop-Failure

Good

$20.00

August 18, 1917

The Old Scouts and The New by Elwell. Oklahoma’s Draft-Resisters, Lynch-Law and Treason, Lloyd George Sees Victory Near

Good

$20.00

August 25, 1917

The Air Patrol. The Peace-Vision of The Vatican, Russia and Ourselves, How To Save Ireland, Russia’s Women Soldiers, Science and Invention

Good, discolored side edge

$20.00

September 1, 1917

Building A Pontoon Bridge. The Menace of Sedition, Our National Wheat Corporation, Welcoming Japan’s Envoys, The Potsdam Conspiracy, Science and Invention

Good, discolored

$17.50

September 8, 1917

On To Berlin. “No Peace With Prussian Autocracy”, The Message of the Western Drives, Our Embargo Siege-Guns, The Last of Tesla’s Tower

G/VG

$20.00

September 15, 1917

Rescuing The Survivors of a Submarined Liner by L. A. Shafer. Where Loyal Labor Stands, The Pacifist Pilgrims, Teutonic Ire Stirred By The President, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

September 22, 1917

The Anti-Aircraft Guns. Good Effect of the Korniloff Rebellion, Raiding The I. W. W., Science and Invention

Good

$20.00

October 6, 1917

Training Our Airmen. America Infested with German Spies, La Follette As A Foe of Democracy, Are American War-Airplanes Too Slow?, “Daredevil” Whiting

Good, small tear

$20.00

October 13, 1917

Bringing Up the Guns by Elwell. Hearst, Tammany, Mitchel, and America, The “Yellow Peril” Made In Germany, The Pope’s Motives, Quarreling Over Lincoln’s Statue

G/VG

$20.00

October 20, 1917

Studying French Under Fire by Stoner. Germany Losing By Land, Sea, and Air, The Milk Profiteers, Will Russia Disintegrate?

Good

$17.50

November 3, 1917

The Dispatch Bearer. The Road to Peace, The Draft Made Really Selective, Retailers as War-Profiteers, Why Korniloff Rebelled

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

November 10, 1917

Bringing Down the Raider by L. A. Shafer. The Italian Disaster, Germany’s Arson Offensive, War-Weary Vienna, The Transatlantic Flight Coming

G/VG

$20.00

November 17, 1917

The World’s Quartermaster. Bolsheviki at Russia’s Throat, New York’s return To Tammany, Suffragists Take New York State, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

December 1, 1917

The Eyes of the Fleet. The Kaiser’s Secret Army Here, Smashing the Hindenburg Line, Lloyd George Rewinds The Clock, Auguste Rodin

G/VG

$20.00

December 8, 1917

The Last of a German Raider by L. A. Shafer. Germany Weakening in the West, The Peril of a Bolshevik Peace, Concrete Ships

G/V G

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

December 15, 1917

Our Boys Over The Top. Our War-Aims – Victory and Justice, At War With Austria, Scouting For “U”-Boats, To Fight The Waste of Gasoline

G/VG

$20.00

December 29, 1917

Somewhere in France. The Battle On To Make America Dry, Fighting Over the Empty Sugar-Bowl, Russia Under the Terror – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

 

January 5, 1918

Blazing A Trail by L. A. Shafer. Why We Went To War Without Guns, Government Forced To Take the Railroads, Central Powers Anxious to Quit

Good

$17.50

January 12, 1918

The Camoufleurs. America For No Makeshift Peace, Why Our Soldiers Wait For Clothes, The Brewers Campaign of Righteousness – 2 copies

G/VG

$25.00

January 26, 1918

The Signal Corps in Action. Our Heatless “Holidays”, British Labor’s Appeal to the German People, Both Sides Veto The Wilson “Free-Sea” Plan

Good

$20.00

February 2, 1918

Attacking An Armored Train. Mr. Wilson As A War-President, Where Irish-Americans Stand in the War, Polish Freedom Vital To Peace

G/VG

$20.00

February 9, 1918

An Air Raid Behind The Lines by Elwell. Volcanic Rumblings in Kaiserland, Bolshevik Amazement At Germany’s Cloven Hoof

G/VG

$20.00

February 16, 1918

A Storming Party. Germany’s Greatest Naval Weapon A Failure, The Workers To Rule the World, Russia Inciting German Strikes

Good

$20.00

March 2, 1918

Charging Behind a Curtain of Fire by L. A. Shafer. Will Labor Cooperate or Obstruct?, Boloism In This Country, Russia At Germany’s Mercy

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

March 9, 1918

Marching Soldiers by F.X. Leyendecker cover. US Aviation & the War, Hungarian Fury at Austria, German U-Boats, Diving Shells

G/VG, small border tear

$35.00

March 16, 1918

In A French Dirigible. Armed Japanese Intervention in  Russia, Our Boys Under Fire, Success of the Browning Gun, The Bee, America’s War-Horses

G/VG, light discolor at top edge

$20.00

March 23, 1918

The Winged Wireless of the Army. Germany Devouring The Little Nations, Germany’s “Free Route” To India, La Follette Condemned At Home – 2 copies

Good, dirty side edge

$20.00

March 30, 1918

U. S. Army Supplies In France. The Peril in Peace Talk, What Next in Russia?, Seizing Dutch Ships, Why The Germans Delayed The Spring Offensive, American Students Boycotting Germany

G/VG

$20.00

April 6, 1918

The Honor Flag. The Battle That May Decide The War, Our First Year in The War, All England on Rations

G/VG

$20.00

April 13, 1918

The Rainbow of Hope. The Battle of Picardy, The President and Tom Mooney, Science and Invention, Letters From the Front To the Folks at Home, Back Cover ad by Coles Phillips

G/VG

$20.00

April 20, 1918

The Kaiser’s Best Ally – the Mud by W. Morgan. The Supreme Call To Arms, Boycott Signals To Germany. Alcohol and Insanity

G/VG

$20.00

April 27, 1918

The Man Behind The Gun. N. C. Wyeth Ad for Cream of Wheat front inside cover, Why Germany Will Lose the Battle, The Battle in Flanders (map), Irish Opposition to Conscription, Russia’s Golgotha, Science and Invention

Good

$20.00

May 4, 1918

You Came Here Seeking Freedom, You Must Now Help To Preserve It by C. E. Chambers. American Victory at Seicheprey, America’s Part in the Irish Crisis – 2 copies

Good

$20.00

May 11, 1918

The Yankees Are Coming. The Great German Push A Failure, Germany’s Eyes on Holland, A Flanking Drive For Suffrage, Paying Employees To Exercise

Good

$20.00

May 18, 1918

Shattering A German Charge. America’s Army To Decide The Battle in France, A Nation of Bondholders, English Press on Irish Conscription, Bees and Hexagons

G/VG

$20.00

May 25, 1918

“His Only Son” from a pastel by William Van Dresser. Strength of the Opposing Armies, War-Wages for Railroad Men, Mr. Hearst’s Loyalty, The Junk of Battle

Good, tear at top page edge

$17.50

June 8, 1918

A Ministering Angel painted by Gilbert Gaul. Allied Confidence in Ultimate Victory, For Higher and Juster Taxes, Bulgaria and Turkey Squabbling – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

June 15, 1918

Hanging the Flag by Orr. “U”-Boats Reduced to War On Our Coasting Smacks, The Next German Drive, Germany’s Dying Industries

Good

$17.50

June 22, 1918

Back From the First Line Trenches by L. A. Shafer. Fighting Quality of Our Men in France, The McAdoo Tax Plan, Army Life Improving Health – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

June 29, 1918

The Admiral by Treidler. Austria’s Drive A Confession of Starvation, To Avert the Expected Coal Famine, Dropping Victory From the Air

G/VG

$20.00

July 6, 1918

Washington To New York (Mail Plane). Italy’s Power Revealed, Straightening The Irish Line, Testing Loyalty in the Primaries, Bohemia Ablaze with Revolt

G/VG

$25.00

July 13, 1918

WWI Soldiers Cover. Spiritual Union of the Free Peoples, Our First Million in France, The Liberty Motor, Fighting German Gas, Jewish Legion of Honor, Hand Held Out to Roumania – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

July 20, 1918

Caproni Plane Supplying Food To Italian Troops On Outpost Guard Duty. Trouble Brewing In Germany’s Rear, A New York Paper Owned By William II, America’s War Power, Germany’s War On the Red Cross

G/VG

$20.00

August 3, 1918

“Speed Up” by Gerrit A. Beneker. The Turn of the Tide, The Strike Profiteer, Why the Russian Revolution Failed

Good

$17.50

August 10, 1918

General John Joseph Pershing by Joseph Cummings Chase. German Strategy Wrecked, Lynch-law As Treason, Fiddling While Russia Burns, Can A League of Nations Work?

Good, light stain top right corner

$20.00

August 17, 1918

Boy and His Membership Pins by Norman Rockwell. Fruits of the Second Marne Triumph, Our First Step in Liberia, Mobilizing the Workers, Poll of State Legislatures on the Dry Amendment

Good

$60.00

August 31, 1918

Bringing Up Reserves. The Way To Speedy Victory, War-Profits and Excess Profits, Branding the I. W. W., Grenades To Suit Everybody

Good

$17.50

September 7, 1918

The Missouri Mule Doing His Bit by Elwell. The Race For the Hindenburg Line, Why American Airlines Are Not Winning The War, Wanted: A Million War-Workers

Good

$20.00

September 14, 1918

U. S. Artillerymen Operating A 305 French Gun Under Camouflage (Artist cover). How Much Strength Has Germany Left?, Defeatism Growing in Germany, Taxes That Will Save Us Money – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

September 21, 1918

An Emergency Trip With Ammunition. Red Russia As Our Foe, Nation-Wide Drought in Sight, How Alcohol Enslaves Us – 3 copies

Good

$20.00

September 28, 1918

Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig. The First Great American Victory In Europe, Austria’s Diplomatic Waterloo, Science and Invention, War News

Good, small stamp

$17.50

October 5, 1918

Answering The Call by L. A. Shafer. Smashing “The Minor Beelzebubs”, Slackers Aiding The “U”-Boats, Shall Germany Have her Colonies Back?

Good

$20.00

Same

Good, spine splitting

$17.50

October 12, 1918

Ending The Raider’s Career. “The Beginning of the End”, Woman’s Cause Halted By Two Men, Ulster’s Case Against Home Rule – 2 copies

Good

$20.00

October 19, 1918

The Cossack. The President’s Reply and The People’s Reply, Surrender First, Then Peace, No Wool Famine

Good

$20.00

October 26, 1918

U. S. Marines Charging Enemy Machine Gun Nests by L. A. Shafer. Causes of the Great German Defeat, More “U”-Boat Savagery, Through Rapine To Peace, Science and Invention, Peach-Stones for Gas-Masks

Good

$20.00

November 9, 1918

“Keep Them Smiling” by Norman Rockwell. Unscrambling “Mitteleuropa”, Peace To Make  Food Scarcer, Mr. Wilson’s “Cowboy Brutality”

G/VG, gouge back cover

$65.00

Same

Fair/Good, torn cover

$25.00

November 16, 1918

Clearing the Woods. The German Collapse, President Wilson to Face A Republican Congress, The Fate of the Ottoman Empire

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

November 23, 1918

Coast Patrol. Bolshevism Threatening The World, The Republican Opportunity, Specter of Famine Over Europe, American and British in the Navies

Good

$20.00

November 30, 1918

A Camouflaged Road by Orville Houghton Peats. Shall We Go Without To Feed Germany?, The President At The Peace Table, The Coming British Elections – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

December 7, 1918

Transporting Artillery Mules In The Alps by Elwell. Remobilizing For Peace, The War’s Cost in Human Lives, Germany’s Last Hope, Science and Invention

Good

$20.00

December 14, 1918

In Redeemed Belgium by Norman Rockwell. Surgical Moss Wanted For Red Cross Work, A Vanished Railroad Ghost

Good,  spine splitting

$55.00

December 21, 1918

Gathering Souvenirs by L. A. Shafer. Britain’s Peace Terms, War-Taxes for Peace Years, Whale-Steaks, Rostand

G/VG

$20.00

 

January 4, 1919

Vive La France! British-American Discord, Hog Island’s Lost Millions, Shall We Sink The German Fleet? – 2 copies

Good

$20.00

January 11, 1919

News of His Home-coming by L. A. Shafer. Clash of French and American Peace Plans, British-American Naval Rivalry, American Soldiers Who Can Not Read or Write

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

January 18, 1919

The Girl He Left Behind by L. A. Shafer. Theodore Roosevelt – American, Justice For Returning Soldiers, The New Railroad Era, Chaotic Conditions in Germany

G/VG

$25.00

Same

Good

$20.00

February 15, 1919

American Relief In Suffering France and Belgium by L. A. Shafer. Mr. Burleson Under Fire, Science and Invention

G/VG

$20.00

February 22, 1919

Winter Sports on the Rhine by Clyde Forsythe. Bolsheviki in the United States, The Meuse-Argonne Offensive (map), British Labor-Strikes and Bolshevism

G/VG

$20.00

March 1, 1919

The Story of The Lost Battalion by Norman Rockwell. Will the Peace League Prevent War?, Meaning Of The Western Strikes, “No Beer, No Work”, “Seventeen-Year Locusts”

Good, dirty

$50.00

March 8, 1919

Shipping News. Will the Senate Defeat The League of Nations?, John Barleycorn’s Hopes, Science and Invention

Good

$17.50

March 15, 1919

Rebuilding Europe by Hutchison. The Kind of Peace League The Republicans Want, Deeds and Misdeeds of Congress, Must Lady Nicotin Follow John Barleycorn

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

March 22, 1919

How He Won The Medal by J. F. Kernan. Bolshevism’s “Heaven on Earth”, The St. Mihiel Salient (map), Science and Invention

Not Available

NA

March 29, 1919

Admiral S. Sims. North Dakota’s “Revolution”, Republican Plans, America Safe From Bolshevism, Parachutes To Save Aviators – 2 copies

Good

$20.00

April 5, 1919

The New Allied Merchant Flag by L. A. Shafer. Hungary Gone Bolshevik, Germany’s Duty To Her Conquerors, Wilson vs. Clemenceau, Letters From the Front To The Folks At Home

G/VG

$20.00

April 12, 1919

Back To The Range by Clyde Forsythe. Our hand, Or Fist, For Lenine?, The Injustice of Army Justice, Science and Invention, Ohio’s 37th Division

G/VG

$20.00

May 3, 1919

News for The Light-Ship by W. G. Wood. Italy’s Defiance of American Peace Deals, Korea’s Struggle For Independence, Brangwyn As A Poster Artist

Good, tear, small gouge

$15.00

May 10, 1919

Garden Duty. Public Opinion on Fiume, The Ring Around Lenine, Science and Invention, Ukraine

Good, loose covers, stain

$15.00

May 17, 1919

Mount Lassen by Marlatt. Plans That Will Take The Fight Out of Germany, Japan’s Victory At Paris, Hungary’s Third Stage of Decline

Not Available

NA

May 24, 1919

Veterans by J. F. Kernan. Does The Treaty Violate The Fourteen Points?, Labor’s Bill of Rights, An End of Price-Fixing, Japan’s Press Barrage of America, Shall Literature Go Dry Too?

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good, spine splitting

$17.50

May 31, 1919

The Fast Mail of To-Morrow by Harry Dart. “Hopping” The Atlantic, New Germany (map), Science and Invention, Rockwell Kent

Good

$17.50

June 7, 1919

Where They Broke The Line. A Billion More For The Railroads, Danger of Jewish Massacres, Will The States Ratify Suffrage?, Science and Invention, Harry Hawker

G/VG

$20.00

June 14, 1919

Back To His Old Job by Norman Rockwell. What Is Back of the Bombs?, Little Austria, “Labor” and Daylight Saving, Electric Tractors For Factory Use

Good

$60.00

July 5, 1919

At The Beach by Harold Brett. Future Relations with Germany, Rounding Up the Parlor Reds, Anti-Americanism in Japan, Woman Suffrage Winning France, Science and Invention, General Felipe Angeles

Good, stain at side edge

$17.50

July 12, 1919

The Warrior’s Return. End of the Turkish Empire, A British Criticism of the American Army, Science and Invention, The “American Mutiny” in Russia, Peeling Spuds Taught Dough-Boys That All Men Are Equal

G/VG

$20.00

August 2, 1919

Low Tide by Eliot Clark. Prohibition Enforcement, Failure of Japanese Militarism in Korea, Parachuting From A Plane

Good

$17.50

August 9, 1919

The Picnic. “Ratification With Reservations” Predicted, Why Shoes Cost More, China’s Antagonism To Japan Draining the Everglades, Why America Lacks A Radical Press – 2 copies

G/VG

$20.00

August 16, 1919

Indian Woman by W. R. Leigh. Railroad Labor Reaching For the Throttle, The Onslaught of High Prices, First Month of “War” Prohibition

Good, spine splitting

$17.50

August 23, 1919

Motorcycle vs. Car by L. A. Shafer. War Declared on Profiteering, No More Rides For A Nickel?, Labor’s New Dawn in Japan

G/VG

$20.00

Same

Good

$17.50

August 30, 1919

The Signal by Thomas Watson Ball. How The Consumer Boosts Prices, Science and Invention, Andrew Carnegie

Good

$17.50

September 13, 1919

Fresh Baked Pies by MacLellan. Wilson’s Appeal To The West, New Invasions Planned By Germany, Science and Invention, Samuel Gompers

G/VG

$20.00

September 27, 1919

The Outlaw. The Policeman’s Right To Strike, William C. Bullitt, Science and Invention, General John J. Pershing

G/VG

$20.00

October 4, 1919

Golden Rod by Charles C. Curran. The Steel Strike, New York’s Publishing Crisis, Japanese Press Attacks on the American Senate, D’Annunzio

Not Available

NA

October 11, 1919

The Vintage. The Steel Strike as a Labor Crisis, Omaha, Texas As the “Home of Helium”, France Still Struggles

G/VG

$20.00

October 18, 1919

Theodore Roosevelt by Joseph Cummings Chase. Mob-Rule As a National Menace, Science and Invention, Patti, Glimpses From the Life of Theodore Roosevelt

Not Available

NA

November 1, 1919

Football  Player by Joseph Cummings Chase. The Split on Collective Bargaining, Sugar, Dark Days in Austria and Hungary, Arthur C. Townley

Good

$17.50

November 8, 1919

Off Cape Cod by Gerrit Beneker. The Irrepressible Conflict In Industry, Red Threats of Revolution Here, Can The Kaiser Come Back, Science and Invention, Back Cover ad by Coles Phillips

Good

$17.50

November 15, 1919

Picking Up The Large Pumpkin. Failure of The Coal Strike Predicted, Coolidge’s “Victory For Law and Order”, Japan’s Dilemma in Siberia, Kropotkin on Russia, The World’s Costliest Book

Not Available

NA

November 22, 1919

Thanksgiving by Norman Rockwell. Public Opinion Defeating the Strikes, Rooting Out the Reds, Wet Hopes in the Elections, Millions Denied the Air Service

Good

$60.00

November 29, 1919

“Needlessly Anxious” by Ernest Zimmerman. The Rejection of the Treaty, Labor’s Right To Strike, “Booze and Bolshevism”, Measuring Ocean Depths by Echoes – 2 copies

Good

$17.50

December 6, 1919

The New Record. Are the Coal Operators Profiteering? Silver Passes “16 to 1”, America’s Abandonment of Europe, America’s Military Menace

Good

$20.00

December 13, 1919

Bringing the Tree Home. Our New Grievance Against Mexico, The President on Labor Unrest, Ellis Island’s Gates Ajar, The New Labor Party, A New Substitute For Sugar

Good

$17.50

December 27, 1919

Mother and Child by George DeForest Brush. Who’s Who In The Presidential Race, What Labor Wants, Britain Abandons Russia, Science and Invention

Good, gouge at bottom

$15.00

 

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