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World War I Harper's Monthly November 1918 Germans in Siberian Camps and Trains by  Various  George A. Birmingham - First Edition - 1918 - from The Franklin Bookstore (SKU: 1350)

World War I Harper's Monthly November 1918 Germans in Siberian Camps and Trains

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World War I Harper's Monthly November 1918 Germans in Siberian Camps and Trains

by Philip Everett Curtiss, Henry Seidel Canby, Achmed Abdullah, Richard Orland Atkinson , Clarence Budington Kelland, Susan Glaspell, Walter Lionel George, Marjorie Meeker, William Dean Howells, George A. Birmingham, Various

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ORIGINAL EDITION Publisher-Printing Location: Harper & Brothers, New York Date and Numbering: November 1918, Volume CXXXVII, Number DCCCXXII Size and Page Count: 6.5" X 10" Tall, approx. 200 pages, includes advertisementsCondition: Very good, binding good, front and back covers with small tears and foxing, top corner of approx. 30 pages has been cut off, pages with untrimmed edges are browning on edge, otherwise complete.Illustrations Information: approx. 40 illustrations and many vintage advertisements! ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian----
Articles and information:
Crater's gold: A novel (I-IV) -By Philip Everett Curtiss
Frontispiece Color Painting by Walter Biggs of The Busy Duck
Poem: Hearts a-singing -By Eleanor W. Hutchison
Spes Unica: A challenge to American morale - World War I aftermath - By Henry Seidel Canby
Poem: An old lover -By David Morton
The boy who was bored -By Walter Prichard Eaton with illustrations by Alonzo Williams
Khaki confidences at Château-Thierry -By Dorothy Canfield
Illustration: Sketches from the Naval training camps -By George Hand Wright - 8 Pages of drawings of life in the World War I U.S. Navy
The Dance on the hill -By Achmed Abdullah
Poem: From leaf to leaf -By Frances Hodgson Burnett
Keeping our soldiers in touch with home -By Clarence Budington Kelland
The spiral -By Alice Cowdery with illustrations by A.L.Bairnsfather
Traveling through Siberian Chaos -By Richard Orland Atkinson with Photographs - German Prison Camps and travel by train
The Busy Duck -By Susan Glaspell
Poem: All souls -By Edith Matilda Thomas
Overland to Venice -By William Dean Howells
A return to constancy -By Mary Ellen Chase with illustrations by W.H.D.Koerner
A Vanilla-bean Comedy -By Wilfred A. Joubert with illustrations by Peter Newell
The gentlest art -By Walter Lionel George
Letters to a boy: III."On Business as Usual and the uses of money in war-time and other times on the adversary in the looking-glass -By John Palmer Gavit
Poem: Madeleine -By Marjorie Meeker
Editor's easy chair -By William Dean Howells
Editor's drawer/Fiction: Civilized war -By George A. Birmingham
Editor's drawer/Poem: The maiden who told -By Arthur Guiterman
(And other Editor's drawer articles)

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The Franklin Bookstore US (US)
Seller's Inventory #
1350
Title
World War I Harper's Monthly November 1918 Germans in Siberian Camps and Trains
Author
Philip Everett Curtiss, Henry Seidel Canby, Achmed Abdullah, Richard Orland Atkinson , Clarence Budington Kelland, Susan Glaspell, Walter Lionel George, Marjorie Meeker, William Dean Howells, George A. Birmingham, Various
Illustrator
George Hand Wright , Alonzo Williams, Walter Biggs, A.L.Bairnsfather,
Format/Binding
Soft
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity-available
1
Publisher
Harpers Monthly
Date Published
1918
Bookseller catalogs
Fiction; History;
Product_type
Periodical
Size
6.5"" X 10""

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About The Franklin Bookstore

The Franklin Bookstore began in 1996 by Robert & Ruth Lynn in Humboldt, Tennessee. Retiring from the Navy and a business career and always a history buff, Robert and Ruth opened the business of selling and dealing with rare books, magazines and newspapers. Many items were acquired from other rare books dealers from across the country. The Franklin Bookstore continues with his offspring mindful to keep the high ethical business examples that Dad established. We feel honored to be associated with such a virtual history of the printed word, inherently beautiful and fascinating artifacts of our cultural past. Every item we offer is guaranteed to be absolutely genuine and as described. A large part of the inventory is periodicals that date from the Revolutionary War to World War II and into the 21 century.

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