Collier's (the National Weekly). Dramatic Number. October 24, 1908. OSCAR WILDE PORTRAIT.

Collier's (the National Weekly). Dramatic Number. October 24, 1908.

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

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