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Overland Monthly Bound Vol 1897 California Alaska Mining Klondike Literary

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1897

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1897

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Overland Monthly

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Overland Monthly

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Overland Monthly Overland Monthly July-Dec. 1897 Vol. XXX – Second Series - Edited by: James Howard Bridge - Publication Information: San Francisco, Overland Monthly Publishing Company, 1897. - Additional Information: All covers and ads have been removed. 576 pages. Index in the front. One color illustration. - Summary: The Overland monthly was first published in July 1868 and the last issue was July 1935. The founder was a San Francisco bookseller and published named Anton Roman. It was a literary magazine that had a double purpose of "boosting" California and offering a medium to a group of lively writers. - Contents include: · Adobe Houses For Practical Uses. Alfred V. La Matte. Pictures by Dixon. · Admiral of Airships, An, Clark, Of The Oregon House, Talks. Elwyn Irving Hoffman. Pictures by Dixon. · Alaska. George Davidson. Illustrated from Photos. · Alaska by Land and Sea, I. The Voyage and The Natives. II. A Trip To The Interior. Lincoln Cothran, M.D. · The Voyage and the Natives. II. A Trip to the Interior. Pictures by Dixonand from Photos. · Alexander Baranof, And the Russian Colonies of America. Arthur Inkersley. Illustrated from Drawings by Boeringer, Helen J. Smith, and Ruth Becker, and from Photos. · Annals of the UpperValley, Introductory - Bragton. II. The Rival Undertakers. III. Her Special Providence. IV. The Story of a Short Story. Agnes Crary. · Introductory and Orgetorix. II. The Rival Undertakers. III. Her Special Providence. IV. The Story of a Short Story · As Talked in the Sanctum. Rounsevelle Wildman · Banker of Nations, The, An Extract From a Brief History of the 20th Century. Alexander AL Reynolds. Drawing by Dixon. · Book Reviews (in multiple issues) · Brief History of Currency in Japan, A. F. K Abe · Bronson’s Luck, A Christmas Story. Elizabeth A. Vore · Bully Burkit, A Waiting Room Story. Francis Lynde. Drawings by Tebbs. · Chit Chat (in multiple issues) · Choice Shells from Santa Barbara Channel. Lorenze Gordin Yates. Illustrated from Photo. · Christian Endeavor Convention, The, San Francisco, 1897. Alexander B. Coffey. Illustrated from Photos. · Conversion, The, of Ah Lew Sing. M. Austin. Illustrated from Pen Drawings by Montague Hall. · Cruise, The, of the Catch-as-Can, The Frozen Truth about the Klondike's Christmas. Paul Shoup · Decline and Fall, The, of the Great Toe, A Study In Evolution. Eugene Murray Aaron · Desert Incident, A. William L. Judson. Drawings by Cahill. · Discoverer of the Yukon Gold Fields. W.R. Quinan. Sketch by Quinan. · Early Days in San Francisco, A Near View of Vigilante Times. Maria Knight. Sketches by Cahill. · Enemies of Ocean Commerce. Charles E. Naylor · Etc./Editorial (in multiple issues) · Exploring in Northern Jungles. III. GreatCentralLake and the Alberni District. W. W. Bolton and J.W. Laing. Illustrated from Photos by the Authors. · A Factor In The New San Francisco, The ClauseSpreckelsBuilding. Alfred Farmer. Illustrated with photos. · Fish Propagation in California. Alfred V. La Matte. Illustrated from Photos by Carpenter. · Frontispiece: College Beginnings in 1851; Fort Winfield Scott; The Meteorological Station on the Santis; William P. Lord, Governor of Oregon; San Francisco from Alcatraz Island; Tehipite Dome, Photo by Solomons; “Don’t Come Any Nearer,” Pen Sketch by L. Maynard Dixon; Yosemite Falls in Winter. Painting by C. D. Robinson; Mesa Grande; Where Springtime Lingers (Mill Valley); San Francisco Bay from the Deck of the Monterey; "Watching Demas", Wash by L. Maynard Dixon; The Camera at the Beach; “God Bring the Good Ship Safe to Port,” Charles S. Greene, Drawing by C. E. Tebbs; The Pillage of Beauty by Law, Painting by Maurice Leloir; “The Pole Sagged, and Dipping into the Road, was Splintered.”, Wash by E. N. Hatch. · Girl in the Garret, The. Florence E. Little. Pictures by J. M. Raphael. · Great Public Libraries in the United States Edward S. Holden · Henrik Ibsen’s “John Gabriel Borkman.” Johannes Reimers · Honorable Jerry Of MontereyCountyCalifornia, The. Peter Studley · How Aunt Polly Prevented a Jail Delivery, A Kansas Story. E. A. Brininstool · How I Became a Impressionist. William L. Judson. Pictures by the Auther · Hunting in Southern Oregon, Great Sport In The LakeCountry. John E. Bennett. Illustrated from Drawings by Dixonand from Photos by Beck. · Hustleton, A Story Of The Boom Time In Southern California. Concluded. William A. Lawson · Hymeneal Mosaic, A Wedding Trip On The Cuesta Grade. A. J.HowardBridge. Pictures by E. N. Hatch · Idol Cup, A Tale of Catalina. The. N. W. Driscoll · Japanese Rivalry, As Stidied on the Ground. M. L. Wakeman-Curtis. Illustrated from Sketches by Vogt and from Photos. · Jessie. Isadore Baker. Fac Simile of Letter by Eugene Field. · Last Chance Cabin, A Love Story. Margaret Sherwood. Pen Drawings by Raphael. · Last Chapter, The, An Episode Of The Frontier. Alexander M. Reynolds. Picture by Boeringer · LaysenIslands, The. Lorenzo Gordin Yates. Drawings by I. Maynard Dixon and the Author · Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, The, Department of the University of California. Kate Montague Hall. Illustrated from Work of Students and from Photos. · Mining on the Klondike. George Chapman. Illustrated from Drawings by Boeringer and from Photos. · Mountain Observatories. Edward S. Holden. Illustrated from Painting by P. Moran and from Photos. · Mystery, The, of Djara Singh, A Spiritual Detective Story. Alexander M. Reynolds. Pen Drawings by Blakiston. · NicaraguaCanal, The. William L. Merry · Northern California Gold Fields, Glimpses of Shasta, Trinity and Siskiyou. Charles Howard Shinn. Illustrated from Photos by Liddeke and Wirt. · Officers of the United Society of Christian Endeavor From Photos. · Oregon Character, An. Platt Brush Elderkin · Our Youngest “Pup’. JamesHowardBridge. Drawing by Bowers · OVERLAND’S Prize Photographic Contest, The · Peculiar Rubricas Attached to Various Early Spanish Signatures, A Study in Antique Penmanship. Williard H. Wood · Plea, A, for the Annexation of Hawaii Frank L. Coombs · Porno Wampum Makers, An Aboriginal Double Standard. John W. Hudson, M. D. Illustrated from Washes and Pen Sketches by Grace Hudson and from Photos by Carpenter. · Public Education in Norseland. William F. Larsen · Sea Fishing in Californian Waters. Horace Annesley Vachell. Illustrated from Drawings by Raschen and from Photos. · Sing Lee’s China Lily. Mary Bell. Illustrated by Blanche Letcher. · Saul Stevens’s Daughter. Sara Dean · Some Educational Institutions, II – Two Schools For Girls. Mrs. S. E. Rothery. Illustrated from Photos by Hill and Others. · Some Impressions of Washington State, A Pedagogical Trip. Alexander B. Coffey. Illustrated from Photos. · Stampedes on the Klondike, How I Missed Being a Millionaire. Joaquin Miller. Illustrated from Photos by the Author. · StevensonMonument, The, In Portsmouth Squire, San Francisco. Drawings by Tells. · Study, The, of Norse Mythology. Niche Beck-Meyer · Story, The, of the YukonValley. Taliesin Evans.Illustrated from Photos. · True Tales of the Old West. XV. Hi Good and the “Mill Creeks”. H. H. Saube. XVI. Punch Choisser’s Ride. F. A. Reynolds · Two Pictures of an Unknown Bit of the MontereyCoast. I. The Lay of the Land. Harold W. Fairbanks. II. Among the People “Down the Coast. L. Maynard Dixon. Illustrated from Washes and Pen Sketches by Dixonand from Photos. · Unexplored Regions of the High Sierra. VI. TehipiteValley. Theodore S. Solomons. Illustrated from Photos by the Author. · Viviparous Fishes. Carl H. Eigenmann. Drawings by the Author. · Wag Benton, the Black-Birder, A Tale of African Slave Stealing. W.F. Oliver, M.D. · Wager, The, A Seattle Story. Sarah Ritchie Heath · What! Dorothy Did. Grace Lace. Pen Drawings by Merle Johnson. · Where the Gray Squirrel Hides, The Less Known Resorts Of Northern Mendocino. Charles S. Greene. Illustrated from Drawings by Boeringer and from Photos by Carpenter, Southard, and Templeton. · POETRY: There are 42 poems by various authors and 8 are illustrated with photos or drawings. - Condition: Hard cover, Ex-Lib – usual marks/stamps; covers show some wear, soiling, bared corner tips and some rubbed spots; book plate inside front cover; issues have had two holes punched in them on the binding side most likely done before they were bound; all covers and ads have been removed; Little loose; there are a few small tears and some smudges with light age discoloring; few pages have small pieces missing from the margin area only; overall a good readable copy with some interesting articles and illustrations. - Shipping Handling/Payment: Bound Printed Matter with dc and insurance, 6.25 to 7.75, depending on zip, USA (not negotiable). BPM Shipping goes by zone, highest price was most likely used for totals which is the furthest zone from me but the invoice will be adjusted for the correct zone upon purchase or email me to find out. (Periodicals and Magazines with advertising can not ship media mail according to USPS regulations). If insurance is not included in s h charges, it is extra and recommended as Seller is not responsible for uninsured items. FOB is Miller, SD.Next day shipping (except Sat.) with money orders, checks (US only) held 10-12 days. Email will be sent at auction end please acknowledge within three days and payment to be received within 10 days. SD residents add 6 1/2% sales tax. . Multiple Purchases will be combined up to 15 pounds (Bound Printed Matter weight limit) to save on shipping handling charges. Multiple Purchases will be combined to save on Shipping and Handling Charges but on all combined auctions payment is DUE within 10 days from the ending date of the FIRST Auction. Thanks for looking. - INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS: Are welcome but must email me first to be approved. I have sold many items to international bidders and appreciate there business but due to the payment policy changes many international buyers no longer have a means to pay or do not realize what international shipping and handling charges are. So if you are a sincere international buyer please email me I will be happy to go over my policies with you and if you meet the terms of sale I will add you to my approved bidders list. Thank-you. - Whatnots, Books Etc. Licensed Used Book Store. 50,000 Books for Sale. I Appreciate Your Business. To avoid any conflicts PLEASE be sure to READ all details about the item in the entire listing. If you have any questions in regards to the item please ask. No question is too trivial. Thank-You for checking out my items. Magazines Back Issues Americana Magazines Back Issues Literary History
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