Titolo: EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE MARCH, 1906
Casa editrice: THE RIDGWAY-THAYER CO., NY, NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1906
Legatura: STIFF PAPER ILLUSTRATED WRAPS
Condizione libro: GOOD CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION THUS.
Tipologia articolo: MAGAZINE
THERE IS CHIPPING OF THE OVERSIZE LEADING EDGE OF THIS MAGAZINE. THIS MAGAZINE CONTAINS A BIOGRAPHICAL ARTICLE ENTITLED "MARSHALL FIELD: A GREAT MERCANTILE GENIUS" BY JOHN DENNIS, JR. THE ARTICLE CONTAINS A PHOTO OF THE ELDERLY MARSHALL FIELD AND PHOTOS OF THE MARSHALL FIELD STORE FRONT IN 1906 AS WELL AS PHOTS OF HIS PHILANTROPIC DONATIONS OF THE FIELD MUSEUM AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAHO ATHLETIC FIELD AND STADIUM. ALSO CONTAINED IN THE MAGAZINE IS AN INTERESTING ARTICLE ON SPIRITUALISM WITH MANY PHOTOS OF PROMINENT SCIENTISTS AND CHARLATANS INCLUDING THE DISCOVERER OF THE SO CALLED " N-RAYS" THAT DID NOT EXIST. A SPIRIT PHOTO IS ALSO DEPICTED. THERE ARE CHAPTERS BY REX BEACH "THE SPOILERS" AND OTHER AUTHORS. THE MAGAZINE CONTINS MANY ADVERTISEMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS OF THE TIME. Size: 6 7/8" X 9 7/8". Codice inventario libreria 002670
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