Portland, OR. The Pacific Monthly Co., 12- 1906.
Volume X. Number 5. Magazine 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches, 24 unnumbered pages of advertising (including table of contents) at beginning of magazine followed by diverse articles (pp. 680 through 810) pertaining to "Politics, Science, Literature, and Art." Articles include "Indian Shorthand Writers of British Columbia," "The Circus and the Graft," "At A Medicine Dance with the Navajos," "Archery and the Bows of Oregon Yew," "The Army Maneuvers At American Lake," "Three Great Factors in Oregon Development," "Fashionable Cats," "The New York Stage (Minnie Maddern Fiske)" plus Index at rear (July-December 1906) and astonishing advertising ("Beverly Hills—Between the City and the Sea") ("Rainier Beer") ("Seattle—the New York of the Pacific Coast") ("Invest Now in Southern California") ("The California Limited—66 Hours to Chicago") and much more. An uncommon publication covering a variety of areas of interest - exceptional reportage at the dawn of the 20th century. Section of color photo illustrations loose after page 712, toning, fading and light wear to covers with tiny paper loss to back cover, interior in good clean condition. Item #55794