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September 9, 1922

The Rivals by Norman Rockwell. “The White Grouse,” illustrated by  Charles Livingston Bull, The Greatest Hunt in the World, Public Men in Dinner Coats, My Life by Emma Calve, The Rewards of Journalism, Six Elder Statesman.

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September 16, 1922

Bartender by E. M. Jackson. Winter and the Coal Shortage, The Magnetic West: A Post of Trade, The Reminiscences of A Stock Operator, The Changing East: Japan’s Financial Families, Parasites of the Theater, Paris Magic, The Tribulations of the Senate.

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September 23, 1922

Stylish woman who loses heel by red car by Coles Phillips. Vikings of the North, My Life by Emma Calve, Constitution Busters, From McKinley to Harding, This Man’s War.

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September 30, 1922

Dapper man with golf bag by E. M. Jackson. Coal Economies, From McKinley To Harding, Noah’s Mistake, Wanted – Big Men, Where The River Shannon Flows, The Changing East: Japan and the Alien, Waste From Useless Inventions.

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October 7, 1922

Women in red hat, winter coat and scarf by Neysa McMein. “The Yankee Killer,” by Albert Payson Terhune, Northcliffe, Pike’s Peak, Lizzie, or Bust, Ventures and Adventures in Dress Reform, Handling Home Seekers, Europe’s Brass El Dorado, The Reminiscences of a Stock Operator, Beveridge, The Changing East: Japan in China, Your Estate, Specialties of the House.

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October 14, 1922

Man in overcoat with collie puppies for sale by J. C. Leyendecker. Strikes, The Merger Period, The Magnetic West: On West Water, The Song Builders illustrated by Tony Sarg, Coal Remedies, As I Remember: Glimpses of Old Actors, Building A Reserve, The Hotel Under Prohibition, The Tale of Two Countries.

Good, blue archival tape neatly on spine

$50.00

October 21, 1922

Woman with winter coat off shoulder by Charles A. MacLellan. The Submerged Congressman, Our Own Crowd, Europe Revisited, The Reminiscences of a Stock Broker, The Changing East: China at the Crossroads, Illustrated By --, “Our Own Crowd,” by Dorothy Parker.

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October 28, 1922

Jester with carved pumpkin by E. M. Jackson. King God, The Campaign Against Crime, Irish Sportsmen, The Audience Is Always Right, Dodo-ville, When The Showdown Comes.

Good, spine split, tape inside spine holding together

$35.00

November 4, 1922

Cinderella by Norman Rockwell. The Camps of Yesterday, The Changing East: The Industrialization of China, A Day’s Marketing, Europe Revisited.

Good, blue archival tape neatly on spine, back cover taped

$50.00

November 11, 1922

Woman in red scarf and black hat by Pearl L. Hill. Stinnes The Stabilizer, Sentimental Citizens, The Public as Partners, The Magnetic West: Lode States, Please Remit, The Sucker, Small-Town Homes, Mountain Motoring.

Good, spine splitting at top, tape inside spine holding together

$40.00

November 18, 1922

Woman Golfer on Bench, scorecard in background by Coles Phillips. The Lunatic Fringe, Shipping the Claret to Port, The Golf Come-ons, The Changing East: American Opportunity in China, Every Advantage, “The Road of Casualty,” illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, Interwoven Socks ad by Norman Rockwell.

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November 25, 1922

 Small boy pulling turkey with rope by J. C. Leyendecker. Notes on the War Debt, Confessions of a Political Campaigner, Timber-line Clover, The Changing East: Sun Yat-sen and South China, Between Kaiser and Democracy.

Good, blue archival tape neatly on spine

$50.00

December 2, 1922

Santa’s Helpers by Norman Rockwell. All Four Years Are the Hardest, What is Happening in Germany, Taking Orgy Out Of Organization, From McKinley to Harding, An American National Theater, Paris Shops.

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December 9, 1922

Mailman delivering packages by E. M. Jackson. Your Mirrors of Europe, The Englishman at Play, The Uneasy Mark, The Commercial Secretary, The Magnetic West: Cascades of Faith, The Business of Selling Discontent, Roosevelt’s Talks With His Physician.

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December 16, 1922

Woman with red bow at base of hair by Neysa McMein. The Reminiscences of a Stock Operator, Our New Transportation System, The Magnetic West: The High Virgins, From McKinley to Harding (continued), Back Stage, As I Remember.

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December 23, 1922

Mother and Child Christmas cover by J.C. Leyendecker. The Eastern Mess, Big Business From the Inside, Salvage in Eastern Europe, Edison-Ford Commodity Money “The Mystery Man,” by Albert Payson Terhune.

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January 6, 1923

Woman with white muff and hat by Ellen Pyle. Making Them Believe It, Lo, The Poor American, The New Austria, When John Bull Votes, The Magnetic West: Gold Petals,   Two page Overland Willys-Knight  Ad by F. X. Leyendecker.

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January 13, 1923

Janitor at rest with newspaper by Walter Beach Humphrey. The Public Debt Mania, The Great Demolisher, The Nibblers, Oriental Life and Labor, From McKinley to Harding (continued), The Leaders of the New Austria.

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January 20, 1923

Four boys in a string band by Alan Foster. On The Job, Gambling in Jungle Stuff, Timber-line Trails, Three Black Cows, London Conversations, What Can I Get for Dinner.

Good, clear tape on spine

$40.00

 

Same

Fair/good, tape on spine, tape residue on cover edge

$25.00

January 27, 1923

Woman in floral top with book by Charles A. MacLellan. An Agricultural Program for an Industrial State, The World Do move, Gypsies, Nobles, Peasants, Etc., The Mountain Wilderness, A Nation Under Receivership.

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February 3, 1923

A Meeting of Minds by Norman Rockwell. The Sunny Side of a Small Town, Retrogressives and Others, Europe’s Larger Food Needs, The Magnetic West: Sungates, In the Trail of an Election, The Pole Creek People, “Leave it to Psmith,” (In eight parts) by P. G. Wodehouse, “The Pooch,” illustrated by Robert L. Dickey, Double-page  Willys-knight ad by F. X. Leyendecker.

Good, clear tape on spine which does extend a small bit on illustration art, back cover taped

$50.00

February 10, 1923

Small girl holding wounded puppy by Robert H. Ransley. Stock-Market Manipulation, My Diplomatic Education, The New Frontier, European Food Needs and American Agriculture, Labor With a “U”, The Progressive Dilemma, “Leave it to Psmith,” (Second Part) by P. G. Wodehouse

Poor, ˝ cover missing

$20.00

February 17, 1923

Fashionable woman in chair by Coles Phillips. Steve Tokacz: The Contractor’s Point of View on Immigration, Desert Playgrounds, Back to the Hills, The Men I Have Met In Business, The Magnetic West: The Spanish Risk, Political Panaceas or Economic Remedies for Europe, On the Job: The White-Collar World, Invading England, “Leave it to Psmith,” (Third part) by P. G. Wodehouse.

Good, small amount of tape at staples on spine, small tear at top edge

$40.00

February 24, 1923

Man holding Book (Lives of the Great) in Library by Leslie Thrasher. On Saving Europe, The Confessions of an American Prince Consort, The Crime Wave and How to Deal With It, Stock-Market Manipulation, The Growing Golf Germ, A Happy Day in Wide-Open Spaces, A Latin Cromwell, Hungary, “Leave it to Psmith,” (Fourth part) by P. G. Wodehouse.

Good, clear tape on spine, tape repair on back cover

$40.00

March 3, 1923

Woman in red hat with fur drape by Neysa McMein. Done In the District of Columbia, Air to Let, Mountain-Lying-Down, My Diplomatic Education: Havana , Helping the Man on the Job, “Leave it to Psmith,” (Fifth part) by P. G. Wodehouse.

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March 10, 1923

Bedside Manner by Norman Rockwell. A Discussion of National Defense, Science and Our Everyday Life, The Spread of the Fascist Movement in Europe and Mexico, Where Have the Miners Gone?, Stock-Market Manipulation, The Progressives – What They Stand For and Want, Trailing the League of Nations, Free Trade and Protection in Great Britain, “Leave it to Psmith,” (Sixth part) by P. G. Wodehouse.

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March 17, 1923

Indian Brave on Horseback by J. C. Leyendecker. Our Sentimental Pilgrimage, Your Unconscious, Capital Takes a Tax-Exempt Vacation, In The ‘Apply London’ Alls, My Diplomatic Education: Copenhagen, The Cost of a Career, Shall We Democratize Our Industries?, General Grant at Galena, 1861, “Leave it to Psmith,” (Seventh part) by P. G. Wodehouse

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March 24, 1923

Couple at opera (husband sleeping) by Charles A. MacLellan. Absentee Capitalism, Our Sentimental Pilgrimage: The Return of the Native, Following the Fox, Senators and What Not, An American Affair Amid the Alps, Women in British Politics, Riding on Rubber, “Leave it to Psmith,” (Conclusion) by P. G. Wodehouse, “The Truth,” by Elsie Singmaster.

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March 31, 1923

Woman kissing cherub in birdcage – Easter by J. C. Leyendecker. Presidentitis, The Last Shall Be First, Narcotic Drug Addiction as it Really Is, My Diplomatic Education: Rome, Questions That Science Will Answer, Back to the Land, Inside the Dressmaking Lines.

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April 7, 1923

Cowboy by Rolf Armstrong. John Citizen’s Job, Interior Desecration, English Business Methods, The Producer Goes Exploring to Find the Consumer, My Diplomatic Education: A Neutral Embassy, The Land of the Little People, The Bogy of the Red Army, Grover Cleveland’s First Administration as President, “North of 36,” (first of eight parts) by Emerson Hough, “Zion Valley,” by Elsie Singmaster.

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April 14, 1923

Thoughtful woman on bench by Pearl L. Hill. Where Do We Go From Here?, Beating the New York Game, We Californians, Sierras by Camp Fire and Pack, The Ellyphants are Coming-g-g!, The Eclipse of Lloyd George, “North of 36,” (Second part) by Emerson Hough.

Good, red archival tape neatly along spine, fraying along cover edge

$35.00

April 21, 1923

Birdman by Reginald F. Bolles. Thus Germany Wept, Popular Fallacies About Crime, Slowing Down Through Fleet Street, John Citizen’s Job, Ourselves and Those Others, Sierras by Camp Fire and Pack, “North by 36,” (Third part) by Emerson Hough.

Good, red archival tape neatly along spine

$40.00

April 28, 1923

The Virtuoso by Norman Rockwell. Lest We Forget, Why Germany Drowned Her Credit, Plebe’s Progress, Professional Youth by Dorothy Parker, A Bureau of International Police, My Diplomatic Education: A War Embassy, What is the Matter With Congress?, British Natural Beauty and its Preservation, “North by 36,” (Fourth part) by Emerson Hough.

Good, red archival tape neatly along spine, fraying along cover edge

$75.00

May 5, 1923

Woman in tri-corner black hat with ribbon by Neysa McMein. The Black Grail of Europe, Our Lordly Liver, Checking the Alien Tide, Business in France, Pioneering Beyond the Rim, Subsidizing the Farmers, Making Owners Like Their Cars, Protect at All Times, How The President Keeps Well, Railroad Economy, “North of 36,” (Fifth part) by Emerson Hough.

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May 12, 1923

Old man in patriotic garb trying on hats in front of mirror by E. M. Jackson. Filibusters, Money from Everywhere, Topping ‘em Off, Legislating Water to Run Uphill, My Diplomatic Education: A President in an Embassy, The Last Stronghold, Everybody Works But Father, The Future of the Railroads, “North of 36,” (Sixth part) by Emerson Hough.

Good, clear tape on spine fraying along bottom edge

$35.00

 

Same

Fair/good, spine splitting, tape on spine, tape along cover edge

$20.00

May 19, 1923

Woman selling flowers by Walter Beach Humphrey. To Speak of England, Wall Street Information and Misinformation, Labor-shortage Remedies, This Freedom, Choose Your Exit Now, Pinon and the Wild Ones by Will James, The Tangle of Taxation, How Cleveland and Whitney Made the New Navy, Training a Bird Dog, “North of 36,” (Seventh part) by Emerson Hough.

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May 26, 1923

Clown by Norman Rockwell. New Markets for Old, Where Labor and the Farmer Get Off, Wall Street Information and Misinformation, The White Collar Shifts into Overalls, My Diplomatic Education: America versus Europe, America’s Dependence on Britain for Rubber, John Citizen’s Job, The Oldest Banker, Little Monologues of Daily Life, The Hudson River Vehicular Tunnel, “North of 36,” (Conclusion) by Emerson Hough.

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June 2, 1923

Farmer with hoe chasing chickens by J. C. Leyendecker. Census of a Section, Labor-Shortage Remedies, The Spirit of the Southwest, Speaking of Europe, Dallying With the Drama, “The Messenger,” by Elsie Singmaster.

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June 9, 1923

Young man with black eye weight-training by Leslie Thrasher. The New System in Government, The Common-Sense Serum, My Diplomatic Education: South of Panama, May All Your Children Be Acrobats, Clearing the Skies for the Sugar-Poisoned, America and Tomorrow, Painless Taxes, Cleveland’s Second Administration as President, The Great White Way.

Fair/good, spine splitting, tape residue around cover and also tape residue

$20.00

June 16, 1923

Woman in oval with pink cape by Rolf Armstrong. Our Foreign Cities: New York, Why Boys’ Books?, Yo-Ho, and a Bottle of Sarsaparilla, Youngster Year, Mexico and the Red Flag, The Income Tax and the People

Good, clear tape along spine, fraying along cover edges

$35.00

June 30, 1923

British soldier saluting young minuteman 1776 by J. C. Leyendecker. Hot-Weather Hokum, Playing the Gold Camps, Our Foreign Cities – Pittsburgh, John Citizen’s Job.

Good, clear tape on spine, small tear on edge

$40.00

July 7, 1923

Woman in oriental dress having tea at small wicker table by Pearl L. Hill. When the Oil Flood Is On, Panaceas of the Past, Selling Things Abroad, My Diplomatic Education: East of Suez, Playing the Gold Camps, Ellis Island Sob Stories, “Chester Forgets Himself,” by P. G. Wodehouse.

Good, a few tears along the spine

$40.00

July 14, 1923

Boy feeding apple to two horses by Leslie Thrasher. The Genesis of the War, Mad From Oil, The Biography of a Voter, Two Ghosts in Turkey.

Good, small tear along edge

$40.00

 

Same

Fair, spine splitting, yellowing tape along edges

$20.00

July 21, 1923

Woman driving, no hands on steering wheel by Walter Beach Humphrey. Can Europe Pay Her Debts?, The Accountings of a Real-Estate Man, When Big Business Spends the Tax Money, We Put Our Heads Up, Playing the Gold Camps, The Genesis of the War, The Inarticulate Conservatives.

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July 28, 1923

Elderly man catching baseball in stands by E. M. Jackson. A Calm Review of a Calm Man, Immigration, Progress and Prosperity, Instinct or Reason illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, Can Europe Pay Her Debts?, The Genesis of the War.

Good, very small tear along spine

$40.00

August 4, 1923

Woman lamenting hole in bathing cap by Charles A. MacLellan. Tax Dodging de Luxe, My Secret Ambition, Sandrock Folk, Pro Bono Publicity, The Genesis of the War, Can Europe Pay Her Debts?

Good, clear tape along spine, small gouge along edge

$40.00

September 1, 1923

Woman with championship cup by Pearl L. Hill. The Disappearing Apprentice, You Must Come See Us Sometime by Dorothy Parker, For The Benefit of India, My Crystal Ball, What Next for Country Bankers?, The Accountings of a Real-Estate Man: The Colonel’s Lady and Judy O’Grady, Income-Tax Archives, Craftiness or Old Craftsmanship. “Queen Bomba of the Honey-Pots,” by Charles G. D. Roberts and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

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September 8, 1923

The Cruise by Norman Rockwell. How Missionaries Help Foreign Trade, Pinching Productive Industry, Tax Dodging de Luxe, Our Foreign Cities: The Second Generation, The Fight of the Black Shirts, My Diplomatic Education: After Fourteen Years, Bootlegging in Humanity, Instinct or Reason illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

Fair, tears along edges and spine separating at top

$25.00

September 15, 1923

Teenagers at dance by Alan Foster. America Goes A-Marketing, On the Road to Elsewhere, The Last Ten Per Cent, British Conservatism in India, My Crystal Ball, Dwindling Disasters, John Citizen’s Job, When the College Senior Becomes a Business Freshman.

Fair/good, blue tape on part of spine, staining

$20.00

September 22, 1923

Woman golfer by Charles A. MacLellan. A Week-End at Windsor, European Economics and Reparations Problems, Popular Delusions, Can Things Be Sold Cheaper?, The Salvage of a Nation, California Takes to the Road.

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September 29, 1923

Boy studying world geography by E. M. Jackson. Germany at the Crossroads, The Chain Store in Your Town, The Accountings of a Real-Estate Man: Have You Ever Bought the Brooklyn Bridge?, My Crystal Ball, Why Men Crack.

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October 6, 1923

Egyptian woman by J. C. Leyendecker. What Ho  the Democrats!, The Ruhr After Seven Months, The Pace That Kills, All is Confusion, Our Industrial Tourists, The Flood Tide of Antiques in Europe.

Good, clear tape along spine, small tear at edge

$40.00

October 13, 1923

Woman on scale (with a little help from man’s best friend) by Joseph Farrelly. Why Presidents Break, The Burning Question, The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers, Will Labor Rile Britain?, The Accountings of a Real-Estate Man: Buying a House? Or Making a Home?, Our Foreign Farmers, My Crystal Ball, Borah and La Follette vs. the Supreme Court, The Last Illness of a Calm Man, “A Gentleman in Feathers,” by Charles G. D. Roberts and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

Good, blue archival tape neatly along spine, small tape repair along edge

$40.00

October 20, 1923

Boy golfing in front of boss by Walter Beach Humphrey. The New President, Kemal Pasha, The Accountings of a Real-Estate Man: Meet the Rent and Building Profiteers, Author! Author!, The Inside of the Bag of Tricks, Ordinary Things About India, double page Remington ad.

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October 27, 1923

Witch on broom Halloween cover by J. C. Leyendecker. The Fur Supply illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, The Star of Empire, Suds, The Night Has a Thousand Eyes and Man But Two, Working the Workers, American Cooperation for World Peace, Little Stories of the Old Days, The Hate Sowers, Why the Office Boy Is Scarce, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Subliminal Quack,” by Edward Stewart White, Norman Rockwell Valspar ad.

Good, some tape along spine, small edge tear

$50.00

November 3, 1923

Woman with rile in arm feeding squirrel by Charles A. MacLellan. The Wives of Great Men Oft Remind Us, The Star of Empire, Swedish Punch, The Timber-Line Cycle, My Crystal Ball, American Cooperation for World Peace, Instinct or Reason illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, When Salesmanship is Dumb, “Shookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Undesirable Gray Boat,” by Edward Stewart White, Norman Rockwell Pratt & Lambert varnish products ad.

Good, blue archival tape neatly along spine

$45.00

November 10, 1923

The Age of Romance by Norman Rockwell. Deuces Wild, Turkey in Transition, Other People’s Troubles, The Box-Office Verdict, An Almost Perfect Thirty-Four, Duck Lore, A Murder Trial in the English High Court of Justice, My Crystal Ball, Stabilized Bootlegging, Grover Cleveland’s Life in Princeton – 1897-1908, Junk a la Carte, Bugaboo Natural History, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Transmogrified Harpy,” by Stewart Edward White, “Myrtle’s Beau,” by Elsie Singmaster.

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November 17, 1923

Woman’s strand of pearls breaks by Coles Phillips. In or Out, I Beat the Building Game, Swordfish, Sail Ho!, The English Court of Criminal Appeal, My Crystal Ball, Paths of Glory, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Three Unwarranted Preconceptions,” by Stewart Edward White, “Spruce Jungles,” by Hal G. Evarts and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

Good, tearing along spine, back cover gouges  and tears

$40.00

November 24, 1923

College male hawking school pennants by E. M. Jackson. The Accountings of a Real-Estate Man: The Theater and the Moving-Picture House, Irregular and Peculiar (article about Hon. Gifford Pinchot), Gun Running and the Traffic in Arms, America in Turkey, Intelligence, Limited, The Fighting Industry, Lessons From the English Bench, My Crystal Ball, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Sesquipedalian Fish,” by Edward Stewart White.

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December 1, 1923

Pilgrim and Indian  trading goods by J. C. Leyendecker. The Spanish Revolution, The Great Snow Machine, The Chester Concession, The Accountings of a Real-Estate Man: Why Mother Earth Needs a Blackstone, Jail – or a Passport, Boys in the Woods, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of a Cataclysmic Cat,” by Stewart Edward White, Norman Rockwell Jell-O ad.

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December 8, 1923

Christmas Carol by Norman Rockwell. Four-Minute Men, The Sieve, Immigrants of Tomorrow, Glass Mania, Spain Under the Dictator, Who are the American People?, Old Overland Circus Days, Nationalizing Confidence, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Transcendental Hand-Logger,” by Stewart Edward White.

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NA

December 15, 1923

Boy at dinner table feeding drumstick to collie by E. M. Jackson. Unwritten History, The Danger of Europe: The Failure of Peace, What is Going to Happen in Spain?, Fringes of Finance, Canada Speaks on Immigration, Common Sense and the Constitution, The Spread of the Coyote, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Sewing-Machine Potlatch,” by Stewart Edward White.

Not Available

NA

December 22, 1923

Child on Santa’s lap by J. C. Leyendecker. Adventures in Politics, Opening the Door to Diplomacy, The World Struggle for Oil, Testing Big Business in the West, The Danger of Europe: England’s Struggle for Industrial Life, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventure of the Temporary Pirate,” by Stewart Edward White.

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December 29, 1923

Charging into New Year, quill in hand by J. C. Leyendecker. As Simple as Black and White, Selling That Last 10 Per Cent, The Danger of Europe: Britain’s Foreign Policy, “Skookum Chuck: The Adventures of the Abrupt Termination,” by Edward Stewart White.

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January 5, 1924

Woman playing mahjong by Harry Solon. Your Money: An Interview with the Secretary of the Treasury, The World Struggle for Oil: The British Advance, A Wanderer’s Notebook, Unwritten History, Does Opportunity Still Find the Little Fellows?, America’s First Horseless Carriage Race: 1895, As The Jones Family Sees It, The Danger of Europe: A Monarchist Reaction in Germany, The Ruhr in Retrospect, Kids of the Cages, Overlapping Flower Periods, “Bill Brock’s Good Turn,” by Henry Williamson and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, Double page ad for Buffalo Wheels drawn by Charles Livingston Bull.

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January 12, 1924

Boy breaking hole in ice to water horses by Leslie Thrasher. The Fabulous Forties: Deportment and Polite Behavior, Making Friends With Our Neighbors, Dangerous Game – What Is It?, The Apostle of Pep, The World Struggle for Oil: The Dutch Coalition, Counsel for the Defense, The Danger of Europe: The Desperate Game of French Leadership.

Good, blue archival tape neatly along spine, small tape repair at bottom edge

$40.00

January 19, 1924

Flapper by Guernsey Moore. Taxes are Paid by the Untaxed, Singing for the Hapsburgs, On and Off: How to be Fat or Thin, Making Friends With Our Neighbors: The New Entente With Canada and Mexico, The Danger of Europe: Russia as the Dark Horse, “A Sound in the Night,” by Elsie Singmaster, “The Kings of Odistash,” by Herbert Ravenal Sass and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

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January 26, 1924

Woman going ice skating by Charles A. MacLellan. Steady as She Goes, What Do They Do With All Their Money?, The Fabulous Forties: Select Society and the Boz Ball, Peasant Renovators of Russia, The World Struggle for Oil: The American Offensive, The Danger of Europe: If War Comes, Our Sentimental Criminal Law.

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February 2, 1924

Police office stopping traffic for small children repairing wagon by Frederic Stanley. Our $3,5000,000,000 Nucleus, Slow Poison, The Self-Supporting Student, Dangerous Game: Mainly About Lions, Unwritten History, The Business of Being a Prima Donna, Steady as She Goes, The Danger of Europe: The Only Chance of Peace, Pershing’s Last Job.

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February 9, 1924

A seated woman by Pearl L. Hill. Rail Consolidation by Herbert Hoover, A Rudderless Merchant Marine, The Fabulous Forties: White Kid Gloves and the Theater, Booth’s Letter to Grant, Unwritten History, The Money Demon, The Danger of Europe: The Business Solution of European Troubles, Politicians and Prohibition, “Lynx Lucifer,” by Herbert Ravenel Sass and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, “A Man in the House,” by Elsie Singmaster, Norman Rockwell ad for Allen A.

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February 16, 1924

Saint Valentine by J. C. Leyendecker. U. S. Ships; U. S. Mud, An Elusive Panacea: Sought in the Quagmire of Taxation, Antiqueering, Dangerous Game – The Big Four,  The Sporting Theory of Politics, The Danger of Europe: The Failure of Civilization, Coca Cola ad illustrated by Fred Mizen.

Good, blue archival tape neatly along spine, two pages missing

$40.00

February 23, 1924

Woman lamenting party cleanup by Walter Beach Humphrey. East is East, The Great Meaning of Ships, This Paper Money Business, The London Season, The Civilization of Business, Uncle Sam and the Tax Dodger, Taxation in Nebraska, “Rodney Fails to Qualify,” by P. G. Wodehouse.

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March 1, 1924

The Sampler by Norman Rockwell. The U. S. S. B. S. S. Suspicion, The Business: Some Side Lights on the Gun-Running Industry, Best of References, The Effect of Prohibition Upon Realty Values, Adventures in Politics: Our Caesars, Unwritten History, Dangerous Game: B’ar Fights and Sich, “The Eye of God,” by Elsie Singmaster.

Fair/good, clear tape on spine, frayed edge and tape on front cover, tear at top

$30.00

March 8, 1924

Woman checking the time by R. M. Crosby. Your Money. Pirates, An Elusive Panacea: In the Great Old Game of Hide and Seek, Bums, Unwritten History, Watching the Port of New York,  German Sports, Aftermaths of the Armistice, In Case of Accident, When Constantinople Went Dry.

Good,  clear tape on spine

$40.00

March 15, 1924

Policeman alongside woman driver by Charles A. MacLellen. Goose Stuffing, Station U.S. A.: America, the Radio Center of the World, The Criminal as a Human Being, Contrasts and Contradictions, Ten Thousand for Everybody, You Can’t Beat the Game, Republic or Bureaucracy, Unwritten History, As We Judge Ourselves, “Gretchen’s Forty Winks,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Good, blue archival tape neatly on spine, small gouge at top of cover

$75.00

March 22, 1924

Eagle by Charles Livingston Bull. The Black Golconda, Racial Realities in Europe, The Gentle Arts of Shadowing and Roping, Getting Away With Murder, Adventures in Politics: Cleaning Up the Machine, Red Trim, Out Among the Gods, Color Phases.

Good, blue archival tape neatly on spine

$40.00

March 29, 1924

Woman in black formal dress by Harry Solon. Last Talks with Woodrow Wilson, The Realty Broker, Diary of a Dude Wrangler by Struthers Burt, Crux of the Wheat Problem, The Wild Ass and the Tame, Grover Cleveland’s One Business Venture, Money-Making Management.

Good

$45.00

 

Same

Good Good, clear tape on spine, cover detached

$35.00

April 5, 1924

Cupid’s Message by Norman Rockwell. Labor Arrives in England, The Black Golconda, Jersey the Untaxed, Kindred Britain, How to Live on $36,000 A Year, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jungle Folk – The Dinner Thief and Pickpocket, The City Complete, Lead, Kindly Light, The Diary of a Dude Wrangler, The Crux of the Wheat Problem, As Others See Us, Ad for Fisk by Norman Rockwell.

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April 12, 1924

Messenger delivering hat by Frederic Stanley. The Pain in Our Northwest, Prestige for Sale, The Black Golconda—Oklahoma the Oil Hub, Mister President, The Nordic North, About Foreigners and Food, To the Manner Born, The Diary of a Dude Wrangler, What is Taxation For?

Good, red archival tape neatly on spine

$40.00

April 19, 1924

Praying Elizabethan Lady & Courtier by Leyendecker. 50 Year Crisis in Agriculture, The US Today by the Earl of Birkinhead, Crowds, The Texas Oil Domain, Criminal Confessions of a Collector, Diary of a Dude Wrangler, Composite France, Bad-Boy Stuff, How Soundly Do You Sleep?, South Africa – A New California.

Good, red archival tape on spine, clear tape on part of side edge, library stamp

$45.00

Same

Good, insect damage at spine and bottom edges, tears at spine, some foxing at edges

$40.00

April 26, 1924

Man showing surprise at cab fare by Neil Hott. The Art of Public Speaking, Fewer and Better, or None, Wilson as a Politician, The O’Malley School of Journalism, The Diary of a Dude Wrangler, The Death of Lenine, How We Export Our Capital, The Autocrats of the Business Table, The Greatest Game Market in the World.

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May 3, 1924

The Model by Norman Rockwell. The Rich Man and His Taxes: A Close-Up of the Higher Brackets, Warwicks of the Wilson Cabinet, The Black Golconda: The Evolution of Standard Oil, Glimpses of Our Government: The Task and the Tools, Ten Per Cent Off, On the Trail of Missing Persons, The Diary of a Dude Wrangler, Will You Believe It? Everyday Trap Sets.

Good, red archival tape neatly on spine, fraying along edge and small tear

$60.00

May 10, 1924

Girl with cat by Robert H. Ransley. The Making of a Stockbroker, The Mediterranean South, Socialism Makes its Bow to the British Empire, Glimpses of Our Government: Toilers by Land and Sea, The Third Degree, Poison Gas, Selling Isn’t Everything, Around the Dog Wagon, The Diary of a Dude Wrangler, Is That So?

Good, red archival tape neatly along spine, small repair in illustration

$40.00

May 17, 1924

Boy contemplating running away with dog by Charles H. Towne. Ships, Oil and the Ten Commandments, Giving Folks What They Want by Radio, The Grifting Isn’t So Good, The Bet I Made With Uncle Sam, Florida Loafing, Art and Artful Art, The British Brand of Socialism, Glimpses of Our Government: Construction and Reconstruction, Humanics in Management, You Should Worry!, JELL-O Ad by Norman Rockwell.

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May 24, 1924

Woman in white with red roses by Penrhyn Stanlaws. Beginning “Bill the Conqueror,” by P. G. Wodehouse. The Wind From the West, Camping – or Moving?, Present Day Germany, The Making of a Stockbroker, The Business of Vaudeville, The Black Golconda: The Fake Oil-Stock Bubble, Buy Your Own Home?, Shall We Give Muscle Shoals to Henry Ford?, The British Brand of Socialism, Eggs at $60,000 a Dozen, “The King of the River,” illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

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May 31, 1924

Grandfather making sailboat for grandson by J. F. Kernan. Weber and Friends, Concentrated New England, Stephen Jumel, Merchant: An Informal Biography, A Party Up in the Air, Shall We Give Muscle Shoals to Henry Ford, Our American Indians, The Black Golconda: The Future of Petroleum, The Hidden Trail, America’s Self-Sufficiency, “The Third Casket,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Bill the Conqueror,” (second part) by P. G. Wodehouse.

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July 5, 1924

Uncle Sam asleep in chair by J. C. Leyendecker. Gambling With Grief, Selling Yourself, The Silver Cornet Band, The Making of a Stockbroker, Teapot Domes of the Past, “Bill the Conqueror,” (seventh part) by P. G. Wodehouse.

Fair, staining on masthead, creases, tear and tape at top, clear tape along spine

$20.00

July 26, 1924

Girl at campfire by Pearl L. Hill. Letters from Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, Charge It, Please, The Stage Management of Crime, Weber and Fields, What Does Mussolini Mean?, The Making of a Dancer, “John Jackson’s Arcady,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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August 2, 1924

Large man reading How to Reduce by Music by Frederic Stanley. Letters From Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, Where Every Day is Pay Day, The Sin of Success.

Fair/good, clear tape on spine, some damage to left bottom of illustration

$20.00

August 9, 1924

Lifeguard by J. C. Leyendecker. Lo, the Native American, The Sin of Success, Fads and Fancies of Collectors, Light Lady Fingers, The Making of a Stockbroker, Weber and Fields, The Argonauts of the Automobile. Interwoven Sock ad by Norman Rockwell.

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August 23, 1924

Woman steering ship by Charles A. MacLellan. Government by Blackmail, Letters From Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Cowles, Communism and the British Labor Government, Weber and Fields, Getting Started in Exporting.

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September 6, 1924

Boys observing inept older fisherman by Frederic Stanley. Who Will Do Our Dirty Work Now?, Conserving the Remnants, Theodosia Burr, Prodigy, What Becomes of the Rich Man’s Income?, The Widow’s Mite, The Political One-Hoss Shay, A Curtsy to the Crown, The New Realism of Science.

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September 13, 1924

Woman viewing Statue of Liberty by Charles A. MacLellan. The Divergent Mr. Dawes, Earlier and Later Days, Commerce in Amenities, Age 50 – Married – American, Colorful Cotton, Navaho Land, The Chorus Lady, Model 1924, How About the College?, Glimpses of Our Government: The Storm Center, Meet the Real City Detective, What of the American Highway?, The Sheep Herder, “Have You Seen Him,” by Albert Payson Terhune.

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September 20, 1924

Boy on trapeze swiping doll from little girl by J. C. Leyendecker. Calvin Coolidge – After Twenty Years, Our Early American Builders, How to Live on Practically Nothing a Year, The Good Old Days of Anthracite, The Other Third Party, The Making of a Stockbroker, Heroin Heroes.

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October 4, 1924

Boy eyeing apples across barbed wire by C. W. Anderson. Germany Turns the Corner, What Becomes of the Rich Man’s Income?, When Half Hunters Take the Field, Choosing Your Doctor, Weber and Fields, Fruits of the Desert, John Bull’s Betting Bill, Tariff Facts and Fallacies.

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October 11, 1924

Barbershop quartet by Alan Foster. Bringing Up the Northwest, The Roar of the Crowd, The Old Dog, Heart of the Hostel, By All Means Return It, Mark Twain and the Export Business, A Woman’s Money, In the Cow Country Today, How a Tariff is Made, Glimpses of Our Government: War and Peace, Weber and Fields, What Does the Autumn Hold for Britain?

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October 25, 1924

Girl Scout bandaging dog’s paw by J. C. Leyendecker. After Lenine (Lenin) – What?, They Call Him Cal, Room and Bath on a Trawl Fisherman, The Roar of the Crowd, What Becomes of the Rich Man’s Income?, Hot Air and Nitrates, Grover Cleveland – Estimate of His Character and Work, “Jane Gets Off the Fairway,” by P. G. Wodehouse.

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November 8, 1924

Ceremonial Garb by Norman Rockwell. Exposing the Farm Problem, After Lenine (Lenin) – What?, Crowned-Head Hunters, The Clothes Line, Diary of a Financial Adviser, Industry Turns Tightwad, Trade Names and Trade-Marks, The Roar of the Crowd.

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November 15, 1924

Woman with headband standing in front of autumn leaves by Charles A. MacLellan. Fewer and Better, The Greatest Business Experiment, After Lenine (Lenin) – What?, The Inventor’s Paradise, The Wagon and the West, The Making of a Stockbroker, The Weak Branch, The Roar of the Crowd, Glimpses of Our Government: Friendly Enemies.

Fair, missing ˝ of back cover, front cover detached, tape along edges

$20.00

 

January 3, 1925

New Year boy with wrench and license plate by J. C. Leyendecker. The Great Cheese Investigation, After Lenine (Lenin) – What?, Three Thousand Fathoms Deep, With Pencil, Brush and Chisel, Please Pass the Iodine!, The Confiscatory Inheritance Tax, Salome – Where the Green Grass Grew, Glimpses of Our Government: Looking Backward, Smoothing It.

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January 10, 1925

Long-haired, blue-eyed woman by Arthur Garratt. Great Britain Must Decide, Overbalance of Power, Under the Horse Tents, The Future of Radicalism, American Leadership in Aeronautics, After Lenine (Lenin) – What?, The Making of a Stockbroker, Glimpses of Our Government: Looking Forward, The Reign of Reeds and Rhythm.

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March 7, 1925

Fairy bidding adieu to snowman by Paul Stahr. The Sporting Chance, From an Old House – Autumn, The Lay of the Last Minstrels, How to Know the Wildcats, Scholarly Beggars, Politics in Business, Royal Raiment, Remaking the Railroad Maps, Leaves From a War Diary, The New Democracies, How I Found Myself – The Publisher’s Story, Meet The Cook, What Can You Do With Your Hands?

Fair/good, tape along spine, tape along edges, staining internally along bottom, tape repairs

$20.00

April 4, 1925

Harpist who cannot sing by E. M. Jackson. The Recollections of a Consul, International Marriage, Children and Work, The Rag Business, Society’s Door Tender, Martha Washington – An Informal Biography, The Second Round, Tenderfoot!, From An Old House – Spring, What Europe Thinks, Leaves From a War Diary, Rug Hunting in the Orient.

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June 13, 1925

The graduate goes out into the world by Edmund Davenport. Fingerprinting Bullets, Five Years After, Where Has My Little Dog Gone?, Expatriated Americans, The Shack on the Hill, Down the Stretch, Will Big Business Last?, The Trail of the Bank Swindler, From Attic to Seller, A City Worker – The Company Medico: His Job is to Help You Hold Your Job, “Sam in the Suburbs,” (first of six parts) by P. G. Wodehouse.

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July 25, 1925

Boy holding nose jumping into lake by E. M. Jackson. What Price Sunshine?, Chock-Gee, No Got, Notes on New York, The Mysterious Island, One Man’s Life, Jackson and His Beloved Rachel, Down the Stretch.

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May 22, 1926

Woman with calling card and bouquet by Penrhyn Stanlaws. Whose Country is This?, Random Thoughts on the Riviera, Going, Going, Gone!, Real and Synthetic Cowboys, Game in the Foreground, You’re on the Air, Young America Takes to the Wilds, The Miracle of Money.

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June 19, 1926

Poodle Balancing Ball with Other Dogs Looking On by James L. Dickey. Fiscal Reconstruction in Europe, Our Costly Dependence on Other Countries, Baseball Managers, “The Cabinet of Doctor Calcooly”, Fiction

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September 4, 1926

Woman reading in canoe by Bradshaw Crandall. Distributed Prosperity, The California Ray, The Girl From Rector’s, Then to Let Germany Off, The Village Blackstone, “The Wild Horse,” by Will James.

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July 9, 1927

Woman Quizzing Gentleman by Revere F. Wistehuff. Inquiries Into A Long Dry Spell, Golf We Women Play, Keeping The Mississippi In Its Banks and Out of Politics, New Myths About Uncle Sam, Fiction

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May 19, 1928

Women on Swing by Elbert McGran Jackson. War and Its Effect Upon Man by Benito Mussolini, Flying with Lindbergh, Our Maritime Mandate, Sam Houston, Fiction

Good, spine roll, tear at top of spine and rear cover, discolored along side edge

$30.00

August 8, 1928

Plain People, Chumming With the Constellations, Trunk Liners of the Air, The  Foreign-Loan Hazard, Confession of a Cartoonist by Bud Fisher, Glasshouses for Style, A Dog’s Life.

Missing covers

$10.00

September 8, 1928

New Paths by Benito Mussolini, The Future City, Did You Lose Your Shirt in the Market?, Madison Square Garden, For Metal Only, Swords and Roses – Shadows on the Sea, Plain People, War Profits and Postwar Losses, Local Boy Makes Good.

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September 15, 1928

Boys repairing kite before flying by Eugene Iverd. The Fundamentals of This Campaign, Reinsmen Still Reign on Fast Dirt Tracks, Comin’ Down the Railroad, Forty Weeks, Salt Marsh, Playtimes, Madison Square Garden, Behind the Times, Plain People, Glasshouses for Style, The Teenie Weenies in Monarch Food Ad.

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September 22, 1928

Serenade by Norman Rockwell. The Show-Down on Reparations, Crusaders by Commander Richard E. Byrd, U. S. Navy, Condition, The End of the Steel, Swords and Roses – The Good Fighter, Unmanaged Credit, Plain People, Conservatives in Overalls, Local Boy Makes Good.

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September 29, 1928

Umpire indicating safe by Alan Foster. The Revolution in Agriculture, Commerce Building, Pie, or Shall We Say—PIE!, Bigger and Better Slams, Mixed Bags, The Everlasting Wilderness  by Horace M. Albright, Superintendent Yellowstone National Park, “He Thinks He’s Wonderful,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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October 6, 1928

Cowgirl by W. H. D. Koerner. My Life is in Your Hands by Eddie Cantor, The Corn Belt, Our Visit to the Czar of the Valley of Roses, Copycats, Flying the Frontiers, The Soul of a City, The Younger Mortgages, Kids in the Country, Be Yourself, Mixed Bags.

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October 13, 1928

October bride by Ellen Pyle. Farming With Security and Independence, Brighter Britain, The Fast Mrs. Grundy, Travels in Billboardia, My Life is in Your Hands by Eddie Cantor, Our Homeless Diplomats, Germ Suspects Arrested, “A Friend,” by Elsie Singmaster.

Fair/good, spine splitting, tapes repairs on cover

$20.00

October 20, 1928

Boy supporting bass drum on back by Alan Foster. The State Dispensary System, The Misty Magdalens, Letters From and to the Farm, My Life is in Your Hands, Alarums and Excursions, Elk Steaks.

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October 27, 1928

Witch carving pumpkins, black cat at side by Frederic Stanley. En Route by Benito Mussolini, Yearlings, Champions and Pensioners, As Crook Sees Crook, My Life is in Your Hands by Eddie Cantor, Swords and Roses – Belle Boyd, or the Female Spy, Rip Van Winkle Wants a Job.

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November 10, 1928

Ethereal woman by W. Haskell Coffin. On the Bottom, Gobi Bound, Fashions in Fish, It Happened to a Rube, Swords and Roses – Gold Spurs, The Rich Man’s Son.

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November 17, 1928

Getting in wardrobe for the play by Eugene Iverd. Military Aircraft – 1928 Model, Desert Trails, The Dynamiters, Stabilized France, On the Bottom, The Bulls of the Art Market, Hic Jacet Jack’s, Kids in the Country.

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November 24, 1928

Pilgrim with football player, 200th anniversary of Thanksgiving by J. C. Leyendecker. A Tintype of the Flash Age, Reborn Ireland, On the Bottom, Park Avenue Voodoo, Face Value – or What Price Portraits?

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December 1, 1928

The Minuet by E. M. Jackson. New Gateways to Trade, “Ladies and Ticket Buyers -----,” A Tintype of the Flash Age, The Trustification of Europe, On The Bottom.

Good/very good

$50.00

December 8, 1928

Merrie Christmas by Norman Rockwell. The Mongolian Colossus, Swords and Roses – The Foot Soldier, A tintype of the Flash Age, My Father, In Quarters, The Cat Racket, Getting Broadened Abroad, Santa and his Hotpoint Red Men ad.

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December 15, 1928

Ben Franklin 200th Anniversary Number by Julio Kilenyi. Flaming Alumni, Comics, New Style and Old by Rube Goldberg, Waiters, Art is Long, A Tintype of the Flash Age, Hooks by Will James, “Escapade,” by Elsie Singmaster.

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December 22, 1928

Madonna and child by J. C. Leyendecker. Confessions of a Reformed Columnist, Of Ultimate Antiques, From His Watchtower.

Good/very good, clear tape neatly on spine

$60.00

December 29, 1928

Disciplined Money, Antiques From Abroad, The Passing of Individual Ownership, “The Captured Shadow,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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January 5, 1929

Woman framed in window warming her hands at fireplace by E. M. Jackson. T. A. E. – A Great National Asset – An Interview With Thomas A. Edison, The Burden of Wealth, Let’s Get Together, We Must be on Our Guard, Taming Elephants, Disciplined Money, A Tintype of the Flash Age, Playing Tag With the Game Warden, “The Perfect Life,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Fair, back cover tattered and torn, red archival tape neatly on spine, fraying along edges

$20.00

January 12, 1929

The Great Bull Market, Smoldering Illini, “Hello, Brother!”, The Tricky Science, The Art Bogy, My Old Blue Serge Goes Abroad, “Muskickadee,” by Booth Tarkington.

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January 19, 1929

Boys building a sled or winter playground by Eugene Iverd. There is Life in the Old Gal Yet, Al by Will Rogers, Hello, Sucker!, Antiques Abroad, An Open Letter to the American Taxpayer, Behind the Curio Counter, America’s Buried Past.

Good, missing back cover, red archival tape neatly on spine

$25.00

January 26, 1929

Woman with snowshoes by W. Haskell Coffin. The Navy in the War, The Gold Rush in the Air, Personality, Where Do We Go From Here?

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February 16, 1929

The Age of Chivalry by Norman Rockwell. New and Unfinished Business, Some Aspects of Farm Relief, The Red to Profits, The Navy in the War, Bulls on America, Gold in Goldfish, Unemployment Statistics.

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March 2, 1929

Japanese garden by Henry J. Soulen. New and Unfinished Business, The Young Hoovers, Hunting Treasures in the Old World, “The Last of the Belles,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, America and Culture by Booth Tarkington, Vigilante, The Navy in the War, What Can Farm Relief Legislation Do for Me?

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March 9, 1929

Doctor and Doll by Norman Rockwell (CLASSIC Cover!). Steaming Up, How Do They Get Their Money?, A Sock on the Buskin, The Sound Investment, Vigilante, Crabbed Age and College Spenders, “Importance at the Neck,” by Booth Tarkington, On Board.

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March 16, 1929

Pan and friends dancing by Sam Brown. The New World Money Map, They’re Off, Government by Tumult, Vigilante, Hoover – Or Some Other?, “Trout Meadow,” by Hal G. Evarts and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

Good/very good, small tear at bottom edge and slight fraying along edge

$45.00

March 23, 1929

Woman in green by W. Haskell Coffin. Wilson and Lansing, The Boom at Boulder, A Two-Dollar Bet, Steaming Up, The Road of Revolution, This Little Pig Went to Market, Vigilante, Antiques in London, Hiring the New Help, “The Neck, and Bush Thring,” by Booth Tarkington.

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March 30, 1929

Mr. Toastmaster and Democrats by Will Rogers, Treasures and Secrets, The Railroads Enter Aviation, The Navy in the War, Andrew Johnson – The Rail-Splitter’s Running Mate, The Case of Cuba, Going Through the Park?, Keeping the Bank’s Doors Open, “Forging Ahead,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, “The Call of the Pack,” by Horatio Winslow and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, The Teenie Weenies in Monarch Food Ad.

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April 6, 1929

Miner and donkey by Edgar Franklin Wittmack. Fall Guys, The Rise of the Dollar, Horses! Horses! Horses!, Gentlemen of the Wilderness, Going On the Stage, Sir?, Steaming Up, Business Was Business, Dates, Sophie, the Ephemeral Queen of Albania.

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April 13, 1929

Woman holding Tales of Romance by James C. McKell.  Mr. Hanna, The Seven Sound Years, Bookstore Behavior, Troupers All, Fall Guys, The Navy in the War, The Chatter of Guns, “The Dipper,” by Mary Roberts Rinehart, Treasure Island ad map for Whitman’s Chocolates by Peter Hurd.

Torn front cover

$45.00

April 20, 1929

Speed Trap by Norman Rockwell. Linking the Americas, The Twenty-Four Dollar Island, But, Oh, the Little Cargo Boats, En Route, The Better Americans, Why Banks Fail, Steaming Up, Fall Guys, Multi-page (12) General Motors ads for Spring Showing April 20th-27th .

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April 27, 1929

Lion and lioness by Paul Bransom. Men and Markets, Queer Cozumel, The Bag of Tricks, The Evolution of American Banking, Mr. Hanna, The Navy in the War, Hare-Raising Hazards, Hands Across the Sea, “Basil and Cleopatra,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Monarch,” by Courtney Ryley Cooper and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull, Multi-page (16) ad for F. W. Woolworth 50th Anniversary.

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May 4, 1929

Twins by Norman Rockwell. Speculation, The First Agreement Between Italy and the Holy See, Making Dreams Come True, New York Going – Going – Gone!, The Town Comes to the Farmer, Public and Private, Steaming Up, Cradle of the Trotting Horse, “Winged Wolf,” by Herbert Ravenel Sass and illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull.

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May 11, 1929

Female silhouette by Penrhyn Stanlaws. The New Picture of Agriculture, These Standardized United States, Halls of Illusion, Mr. Hanna, The Nicaragua Trade Route, The International Dollar, Robot Goes to Work.

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June 8, 1929

Royal June wedding by J. C. Leyendecker. Beautiful, But No Longer Dumb, Uncle Sam Has a New Indian Policy, On the Mound, Going to the Dogs, Captain Dollar, Supersalesmanship and the Consumer’s Dollar, The Capital Expects, “The Rough Crossing,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Good/very good, small split at base of spine

$60.00

June 15, 1929

War Propaganda, Lend Us Your Ears, Extra! Extra!, by Dr. A. S. Rosenbach, Captain Dollar, Steamboat Around the Bend, Tariff -- A Two-Edged Sword

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June 29, 1929

Minuteman by J. C. Leyendecker. The Whip of Prosperity, Second Lady, Five Years More of Flying, War Propaganda, Mr. Hanna, Giants of Finance, One Out of Ten, On Our Street.

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October 19, 1929

Horse and Hound by J. C. Leyendecker. Transatlantic Finance, “The Swimmers” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Eyes of the Ship, Taming Wild Oil Wells, Why I Collect Empty Bottles, Flying Kites, Special Advertising Section – Light’s Golden Jubilee

Poor/Good, interior very good, covers detached, major paper loss at spine, partially torn off

$15.00

October 29, 1929

Halloween by Elbert McGran Jackson. The World Oil Entente, Chicago, The American Paradox, Fourteen Years at the Metropolitan Opera House, What Life Means to Einstein, What of Monopoly?,

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November 16, 1929

College glee club by Alan Foster. The New Germany, A Girl of the Nineties, Freedom of the Air, How Do They Get Their Jobs?, Desert Dudes, Sun Worship, A New Turn in Immigration, An Autoist’s Alphabet, City Birds, Fellows of Infinite Jest

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December 21, 1929

Caroler at Christmas by J. C. Leyendecker. “A Victim of War” illustrated by Tony Sarg, The President Gets Down to Business, The Bull Market in Antiques, Peking and the Empress Dowager

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December 28, 1929

New Year by J. C. Leyendecker. “The Wolf and the Lamb” illustrated by Tony Sarg, Wall Street and Washington, A Royal Rebel, In The Senate – The Cherokee Strip, The Retail Business of the Stock Exchange, Harry Jolson

G/VG, approx. 16 pages missing

$25.00

 

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