New York, NY: Dodd, Mead & Company, August 1902. [Literary Magazine] ORIGINAL MAGAZINE. Octavo (25 x 18cm), pp. 505-600, viii . With frequent in-text half-tone illustrations. The final number of the volume, containing title page and index at rear. All edges untrimmed. Publisher's yellow paper covers, titled in red and black, and priced at 25c. Chips and tears to cover edges, as usual. Spine worn, with large losses to head and tail. A clean, attractive copy. Very good. Containing various articles, interviews and stories, including a notice of Arthur Conan Doyle's knighthood, and 'Rods and Gunnels' by Jack London, which was later incorporated into his record of hobo-life 'The Road' (1907). Item #56901
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