New York. Burr Publishing Co., 09- 1908.
Volume XVII, No. 66. September 1908 issue in original color pictorial wrappers, black and white photo illustrations, unpaginated string-bound magazine, 12 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches. Modest spotting to covers and wear to cover edges, with multiple short tears; slight wave to bottom fore corner throughout text block; interior in very good clean condition overall. Contains an essay "The State of Washington" which is accompanied by photos of Tacoma, Spokane and Seattle as well as photos of the ubiquitous log trains. Particularly striking is the matched photo set "Seattle 30 Years Ago" and "Seattle Water Front Today". This issue features stage star Amelia Stone on the cover; other theatrical personalities pictured in the magazine include Rose Melville, Louise Le Baron, Jane Hading, and many others. Features include: "People of Note", "Painting and Sculpture", "This Season's Notable Plays", and a short essay on "The Ethics of Photography". Advertisers include Tiffany and Co. and Kellogg's Cornflakes. Item #55865