Cover by Adolph Treidler
The Debutante, Drawn by Charles Dana Gibson
What the World Is Doing - A Pictorial Record of Current Events
The Battle of Stepney - Supreme Court of the United States - The Arkansas, launched in Camden
Comment on Congress - Mark Sullivan
The Serving of Age - Donal Hamilton Haines, Illustrated in Color by Armand Both
Ahead of Schedule - P G Wodehouse, Illustrated in Color by Wallace Morgan
Woman on the Prairies - Mary Isabel Brush, Illustrated with Photographs
The Moon Flower - Poem by Hester G. Oakley Ward, Illustrated by Violet Oakley
Woman To-Day - Illustrated with Photographs
Elizabeth Gerberding - Anna E. Murphy - Edith Ransom
Before We Heard of Ibsen - Arthur Ruhl, Illustrated with Photographs
Nature Faking with Lizards - S F Aaron
The Average Man's Money - Illustrated with a Diagram
Loose Teeth and Grape-Nuts
Also in this issue, great period ads, including for White Motor Trucks; Packard; Locomobile; Wurlitzer Band Instruments; Santo Vacuum Cleaner; Cadillac; Edison Phonograph by John Sheridan; and more
Approximate size is 10.5 x 14 inches. Much of this issue would be perfect for framing.
It's rather difficult to get the color and the contrast of the original in a scan AND preserve any flaws, which tend to get muted, or mostly show only on the very edges (which gets cropped) so this text will describe flaws, if any.
No missing pages. Magazine has vertical mailing fold; some edge and spine wear. Overall in pretty good condition with the usual blemishes as would be expected from materials this old; this may include: page tanning, especially at edges, small tears, corner bumps, some slight cover soiling and spine wear, etc., but not bad. Auctioned as is.