Dodge, William De Leftwich (illus).
New York. Truth Company. 06- 1901.
Beautifully illustrated magazine with condition issues as listed below, 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches; pp 169- 340. Full page color images include actor Ethel Barrymore as Madam Trentoni in "Captain Jinks" as well as Dodge's portrait of Nero's second wife, Poppæa Sabina. Missing are full page color illustrations by J. C. Leyendecker and Albert Hencke's color illustration of the Schooner Yacht Corona. (On the page opposite this missing illustration is the instruction, in pencil, "Cut out print.") An interesting article, "Some Motives in Japanese Buddhistic Art" by Gustav Kobbe has lost one of the color illustrations however full text is present; "Birds that Prey" by E. Warde Blaisdell with sketches by Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson is complete. Magazine's covers in poor shape: protective plastic sheets have been taped on both sides of the front cover. Item #52876