Sargent, John S. (cover illus).
Philadelphia. Curtis Publishing Company. 01- 1904.
January 1904 issue in color pictorial wrappers as issued, black and white illustrations, 48pp, 16 x 11 inches (41x29cm). Light soiling and wear to covers, magazine seller's label to front cover at top of image, interior in fair condition only: Paper loss (cut out) pp 27/28, three pages with creases, one page with 3/4 inch tear across page. Many wonderful ads and interesting articles and fiction including a Hamlin Garland love story of the theatre illustrated by Harrison Fisher, the story of Millet's "Gleaners," an article on Wagner's Parsifal, "How 32 Girls Made Pin-Money," and a wonderful two page centerfold "The Comfortable Bungalow in California" illustrated with photos. The front cover features a color illustration (scuffed) by John Singer Sargent of Ethel Barrymore while the back cover features a color ad (scuffed) for Cream of Wheat. Item #46529