McCormick, Howard (illus).
New York. P. F. Collier and Son. 10-24- 1908.
Illustrated magazine, 15 x 11 inches, 30 pp. Cover reads "Dramatic Number" and features dramatist Oscar Wilde at a writing desk where a cascade of ghost-like imagined countenances are assembled. Page 3 states "Drawn and Engraved on Wood by Howard McCormick." Horizontal fold at middle (likely for mailing) with light wear and short tear at right edge (not affecting the image); light bump to upper left corner. Overall very good clean condition. Illustrated articles include "The Oregon Senatorship by Jonathan Bourne, Jr.; Mr. Hearst's Thieves (stolen Standard Oil files); The All-American Baseball Team (an old baseball "star's" choice of modern "stars"); The Sere-and-Melo-Drama (illustrated with drawings originally designed for melodrama posters) and much more. Cover artist Howard McCormick is best known for his work relating to south-west Native Americans. Item #53355