Portland, OR. The Pacific Monthly Co., 11- 1902.
Volume VIII. Number 5. Magazine 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches, xiv pages of advertising bracketing diverse articles (pp. 196 through 144) pertaining to "Politics, Science, Literature, and Art." Articles of interest include the photo illustrated "Ascent of Mt. Rainier" by John Muir; also, "The Site of the Lewis & Clark Exposition," with map and photographs depicting the proposed layout for the 1905 event. Also, two short stories, plus short features pertaining to prominent persons of the day or topics of current interest, including aeronaut Santos-Dumont, political cartoonist Thomas Nast, and others. Copious advertising for the Lackawanna Railroad, the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, the Northern Pacific R.R. The Great Northern, etc. plus extensive advertising for numerous Portland merchants and entrepreneurs (which includes a color gilt embossed label for the Monopole Brand of Portland manufacturers, coffee roasters and wholesale Grocers Wadhams & Kerr). Magazine in practically unused condition with faint toning to cover edges. Item #55790