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(S359) MAGAZINE OF POETRY. A QUARTERLY REVIEW.

Buffalo, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1; January 1889


Brown wrappers; 7 1/4 x 10
ULS: 20+. V. 1-8 no. 7, Ja 1889-Jl 1896. Merged into Poet-lore.

A quarterly (after 1893, monthly) poetry magazine, illustrated with


portraits of the authors, edited by Charles Wells Moulton.
Mott IV: 121.

(S360) MAINE HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL


RECORDER.
Portland: V. 1 no. 1; 1884
Brown wrappers; 7 1/8 x 9 1/4
ULS: 20+. V. 1-9, 1884-98. Suspended 1890-92,94,96-97.

Published by S.M. Watson "to


gather whatever may be
secured of historical interest
pertaining to our own state,
not already known".
Mott III: 259; IV: 137n.

(S361) MAINE SELECTOR &


REVIEWER.
Augusta, Me.: V. 1 no. 1;
July 1826
Brown wrappers; 5 5/8 x 9 1/2
ULS: 0.

An unrecoreded non-illus-
trated monthly miscellany
edited by Ephraim B. Smith.
The prospectus states that the
second issue would be
withheld until an increased
number of subscriptions were
obtained. It is quite doubtful
that goal was achieved! Contents are miscellaneous with some
poetry.
Not in Kribbs.

(S362) MARSH'S MAGAZINE.


Boston: V. 1 no. 1: July 1908
Photographic wrappers; 7 3/4 x 10 3/4
ULS: 2. V. 1-2 no. 4, Jl 1908-Jl 1909.

A scarce monthly miscellany, well-illustrated with photographs,


designed to present a "frank, unbiased discussion of current issues
and movements of national importance" and "issues of advanced
religious and political thought".

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(S363) MASONIC ECLECTIC. OR, GLEANINGS FROM
THE HARVEST FIELD OF MASONIC LITERATURE
AND THE KINDRED SCIENCES.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; September 1860; Nsv. 1 no. 1; August 1865
Gray wrappers; 4 3/4 x 7 1/2
ULS: 11. V. 1-3, 1860-D 1867. Ag 1865 as nsv. 1 no. 1. Suspended My
1861-Jl 1865.

A monthly Masonic miscellany edited by John W. Simons. These are


the first issue and the first after resumption of publication, which was
suspended due to the Civil War.

BANNED BY THE POST OFFICE

(RA2A) MASSES.
New York: V. 9 no. 10-12 (numbers 74-76); August - October 1917
Pictorial wrappers; 8 1/2 x 11

These scarce issues of this outstanding radical magazine were not permitted to be sent through the mail due to
their anti-war content. The August issue was the first to be banned.

*(661) MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY.


Cambridge, Ma.: V. 1 no. 1; October 1858
Brown wrappers; 7 1/2 x 10 3/8

(S364) MECHANICS.
New York: V. 1-2 no. 27; January 7 - December 30, 1882
Quarto
ULS: 20+. V. 1-19, 1882-N 1889. In ULS and after 1891 as Engineering Mechanics.

A weekly illustrated technical journal of the mechanical advances of the era. Edited by John M. Davis. It was
also published in Philadelphia.
Mott III: 118.

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(432A) MEDICAL EXAMINER. DEVOTED TO MEDICINE, SURGERY AND THE
COLLATERAL SCIENCES.
Philadelphia: V. 1 no. 1-26; January 3 - December 19, 1838
Masthead; octavo
ULS: 20+. V. 1-7, Ja 1838-44; nsv. 1-12, 1845-D 1856. 5-6 as Medical Examiner and Retrospect of the Medical
Sciences. United with Louisville Review to from North American Medico-Chirurgical Review. After v. 6 and in
ULS as Medical Examiner and Record of Medical Science.

A monthly edited by J.B. Biddle, M. Clymer and W.W. Gerhard.


Mott I: 439n.

(S365) MEDICAL INVESTIGATOR: AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL DEVOTED TO


MEDICINE AND TEMPERANCE.
Louisville, Ky.: V. 1 no. 1; April 1888
Brown wrappers; 5 3/4 x 8 3/8
ULS: 2. V. 1-2 no. 1, Ap 1888-Ap 1889.

A monthly edited and published by S.F. Smith, M.D.

(42A) MEDICAL REPOSITORY.


New York: Prospectus; November 15, 1796
Quarto.

The prospectus for the first medical journal published in America. 8


pages, drophead title. The Norman copy, only one other located, at
the New York Academy of Medicine. Rare and important.

(S366) MELTING POT.


St. Louis, Mo.: V. 1 no. 1; January 1913
Pictorial wrappers; 7 3/4 x 10 1/2
ULS: 6 (1 with volume 1). V. 1-6 no. 6; nsv. 1-8 no. 8, Ja 1913-Ag 1920.

A monthly radical magazine edited by Henry M. Tichenor.

(S367) MENTAL ELEVATOR.


Buffalo-Creek Reservation: V. 1 no. 8; March 21, 1845
Masthead: 4 7/8 x 8
ULS: 9. V. 1 no. 1-19, N 30 1841-Ap 15 1850.

A scarce 8 page
religious magazine
published at the
Seneca Mission
House. The text is in
Seneca and English
and is comprised
principally of a hymn
and the rules of the
Convention of the
Indians of Six Nations.

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(S368) METHODIST PREACHER: OR, MONTHLY SERMONS FROM LIVING
MINISTERS.
Boston: V. 1-2 no. 12; January 1830 - December 1831
Octavo
ULS: 16. V. 1-4, 1830-33

Edited by Shipley Wells Wilson, Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Published by John Putnam.
Albaugh 513.

(S369) METROPOLITAN INDUSTRIAL ADVOCATE.


Washington, D.C.: V. 1 no. 1; November 15, 1883
Masthead; 9 1/8 x 11 5/8
ULS: 0.

An organ of the Metropolitan Industrial School of Metropolitan M. E. Church, The motto is "manual labor
develops both mind and body".

(S370) MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY MEDICAL JOURNAL.


CONDUCTED BY THE FACULTY OF THE
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
Ann Arbor: V. 1 no. 1-12; March 1870 - February 1871
Octavo
ULS: 18. V. 1-3, Mr 1870-F 1873

A short-lived, monthly general medical journal.

(S371) MICKEY MOUSE MAGAZINE.


New Haven, Ct: V. 1 no. 1; November 1933
Pictorial wrappers; 5 1/4 x 7 1/4
V. 1-2 no. 12; N 1933-O 1935

The second of three magazines of this title listed in Overstreet.


This is apparantly a give-away premium of various dairies in the
northeast. This particular issue is from the New Haven Dairy. It is
the same size as the first Mickey Mouse Magazine and may
represent a new series as opposed to a separate publication. It
contains 16 pages with cartoons and articles about the goodness
of milk.

(1155A) MICKEY MOUSE MAGAZINE.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; June- August 1935
Pictorial wrappers; 10 1/4 x 13 1/4

According to Overstreet's Comic Book Price Guide this is the


third magazine of this title, the first newsstand edition and, by far,
the rarest, with about 100 copies known to exist. Edited by Hal
Horne.

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WITH RARE NORMAN ROCKWELL COVER ILLUSTRATIONS

(S372) MILESTONES.
Akron, Oh.: V. 1 no. 1, 3;
June, August 1917
Pictorial wrappers; 8 x 11 1/8
ULS: 0

This very scarce illustrated


monthly miscellany was
published by the Firestone
Rubber Company. While it
contains advertising, it also
has literary contributions by
such noted authors as Ring
Lardner and Rex Beach. Of
greatest significance are
early color cover illustra-
tions, among the most
elusive of the over five
hundred magazine covers
illustrated by the foremost American illustrator, Norman Rockwell.
Not in Moffatt.

(S373) MILITARY AND NAVAL MAGAZINE OF THE


UNITED STATES.
Washington, D.C.: V. 1 no. 1; March 1833
Yellow wrappers; 5 1/2 x 8 5/8
ULS: 20+. V. 1-6, Mr 1833-F 1836. Merged into Army and Navy
Chronicle.

A monthly edited by Benjamin Homans, "devoted to the diffusion of


useful information, in all branches of their respective professions
among the officers of every rank in the two services".
Mott I: 456.

(S374) MIRROR OF MIRTH.


Bel-Air, Md.: V. 1 no. 1-25, January 30 - August 7,
1834
Masthead; octavo
ULS: 0. All published.

An unrecorded, rural Maryland humor magazine,


published by Lynde Elliott. Each issue contains puns,
essays and jokes and has the same woodcut illustrated
masthead. The last issue announces the end of
publication.
Not in Sloane.

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(S375) MISCELLANEOUS CABINET.
Schenectady, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1-21; July 12 - September 21, 1823
Masthead; large octavo
ULS: 1. V. 1 no. 1-26; Jl 12 1823-Ja 4 1824

A very rare, non-illustrated miscellany containing original and reprinted


contributions. The name of the editor is not evident.
Kribbs 529.

(S376) MISSIONARY HELPER.


Providence, R.I.: V. 1 no. 1; January 1878
Blue wrappers; 4 7/8 x 7 3/8
ULS: 16. V. 1-42, Ja 1878-1919.

A bi-monthly publication of the Free Baptist Woman's Missionary


Society. ULS lists the site of publication as Boston and Saco, Me.

(S377) MODERN ELECTRICS.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; April 1908
Red Pictorial wrappers; 6 3/4 x 10 1/4

The extremely scarce first issue of the first radio magazine and the first
editorial effort of the legendary Hugo Gernsback, who coined the
words "scienti-fiction" and "television" in this magazine.
Interestingly, the wrappers are red, while later wrappers are yellow.
The first Radio magazine.

A SCIENCE-FICTION CLASSIC

(S377A) MODERN ELECTRICS. A MAGAZINE DEVOTED


ENTIRELY TO THE ELECTRICAL ARTS.
New York: V. 4 no. 1-12; April 1911- March 1912
Yellow pictorial wrappers; 6 3/4 x 10 1/4
ULS: 15. V. 1-6 no. 9, Ap 1908-D 1913. United with Electrician and
Mechanic to form Modern Electrics and Mechanics, later World's
Advance.

These issues each contain one of the 12 installments (April 1911 -


March 1912) of the first appearance of Gernsback's futuristic pioneer-
ing science-fiction classic, "Ralph 124C 41+". All of the covers are
illustrations for the story. Complete sets are very rare.
Ashley and Tymn: 500-504.

(S378) MODERN HOSPITAL.


St. Louis, Mo.: V. 1 no. 1-4; September - December 1913
Pictorial wrappers; quarto
ULS: 20+. S 1913+.

A well-produced illustrated hospital magazine. There is copious


advertising for many different hospital supplies and services. An
excellent and graphic record.

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(S379) MODERNIST.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; November 1919
White wrappers; 9 x 12
ULS: 3. All published.

"A Monthly Magazine of Modern Arts and Letters" edited by


James Waldo Fawcett. A minor Little Magazine.
Theodore Dreiser is among the contributors.
Hoffman: p. 256.

(S380) MODES AND MANNERS.


Philadelphia: V. 1 no 1; June/July 1924
Pictorial wrappers; 10 x 13 3/8
ULS: 0.

An upscale home and fashion magazine in the style of Vogue,


published by Strawbridge and Clothier Department Store.

(S381) MONTHLY GENESSEE FARMER AND


HORTICULTURIST.
Rochester, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1; January 1836
White wrappers; 6 3/8 x 9 1/2
ULS: 16. V. 1-4, Ja 1836-D 1839. Merged into Cultivator.

Contains extracts of the weekly Genessee Farmer. Published by


Luther Tucker.

(S382) MONTHLY JOURNAL OF EDUCATION.


Princeton, N.J.: V. 1 no. 1; January 1835
Blue wrappers; 5 7/8 x 9
ULS: 7. V. 1 no. 1-6, Ja-Je 1836. After no. 1 and in ULS as Monthly
Advocate of Education.

A monthly educational journal published from the Edgehill


Seminary by Moore Baker and edited by E.C. Wines.

(S383) MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF RELIGION AND


LITERATURE.
Gettysburg, Pa: V. 1 no. 1-12; February 1840 - January 1841
Octavo
ULS: 7. All published.

Edited by W. M. Reynolds, who later founded Mercersberg Review and


Evangelical Review (AS98).
Mott II: 73n.

(S384) MONTHLY MISCELLANY.


No place; V. 1 no. 1; September 1826
Octavo
ULS: 1. V. 1 no. 1-7, S 1826-Mr 1827

A very obscure and cryptic monthly of "religious, literary and miscella-


neous character", though the content of this 24 page issue is predomi-
nantly religious. There is no indication of the editor or site of publication.
Not in Albaugh. Not in Kribbs.

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(S385) MONTHLY READER.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1; April 1877. (Also V. 1 no. 4,8,11,12)
Masthead; 6 x 8 1/2
ULS: 0

A beautifully illustrated children's monthly magazine designed for


use in elementary schools, published by John L. Shorey.

(66A) MONTHLY REGISTER AND REVIEW OF THE


UNITED STATES.
Charleston, S.C.: V. 1 no. 1; January 1805
Green wrappers; 5 1/2 x 9 1/4
ULS: 20+. V. 1-4 no. 1, Ja 1805-D 1807. Sus-
pended S 1805-Mr 1806.

A monthly miscellany with an emphasis on


politics, printed for G.M. Bounetheau and
edited by S. C. Carpenter. Later known as
Monthly Review and Literary Miscellany of
the United States (66).
Mott I: 260-61; Kribbs 554.

(S386) MONTHLY RELIGIOUS


MAGAZINE.
Boston; V. 1 no. 1-2; January - February 1844
White wrappers; 4 7/8 x 8
ULS: 20+. V. 1-51 no. 2. Ja 1844-F 1874. Super-
seded by Unitarian Review.

Published by L. C. Bowles and William Crosby


aimed at "illustrating the responsibilities and privileges of Christian
life".
Mott I: 372; II: 72; III: 77.

(S387) MONTHLY STORY MAGAZINE.


New York, Chicago and Boston: V. 1 no. 1; May 1905
Pictorial wrappers; 6 3/4 x 9 3/4
ULS: 1. My 1905+. After S 1906 as Monthly Story Blue Book
Magazine; after Ap 1907 as Blue Book.

An early, long-running and important Pulp magazine which gave


rise to Blue Book, which published a number of original Tarzan
stories.

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(246)* MONTHLY TRAVELER, OR, SPIRIT OF THE
PERIODICAL PRESS.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1; January 1830
Brown wrappers5 3/4 x 9 5/8

(S388) MONUMENT SCULPTOR AND DECORATOR.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; August 1894
Brown wrappers; 10 3/8 x 13 5/8
ULS: 0.

A well-illustrated monthly "Published in the Interest of All


Workers and Dealers in Granite, Marble, Clay, Terra Cotta, Bronze,
Cement, and Composition".

(S389) MORNING STAR: A MONTHLY JOURNAL OF


MYSTICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL RESEARCH.
Loudville, Ga.: V. 1-4 no. 12; May 1892 - April 1896.
Octavo
ULS: 3. V. 1-5?, 1892-99?.

"A Chronicle of Strange, Sacred, Secret, and Forgotten Things".


Published by Peter Davidson.

(S390) MORNING STAR AND CITY WATCHMAN.


Boston: V. 1 no. 1; June 4, 1827
Blue wrappers; 4 1/4 x 7 3/4
ULS: 7. V. 1-2 no. 8, Je 4 1827-My 1829.

A scarce religious monthly edited by Elias Smith.


Albaugh 554.

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THE FIRST ISSUE OF EMMA GOLDMAN'S
IMPORTANT RADICAL MAGAZINE

(S391) MOTHER EARTH.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; March 1906
Gray pictorial wrappers; 5 1/8 x 8 1/2
ULS: 24. V. 1-12, Mr 1906-Ag 1917. Superseded by Mother Earth
Bulletin.

An important anarchist literary and political monthly edited by


Emma Goldman and later also Alexander Berkman. It was sup-
pressed by the government for its anti-war content. All issues are
scarce. Later wrappers were not pictorial.
Goldwater 162.

(AF2) MOTION PICTURE ALBUM.


Boonville, In.: V. 1 no. 10; March 1913
Pictorial wrappers; 5 1/2 x 7 5/8
ULS: 0. Je 1912-?

An extremely rare, early and remark-


ably well produced fan magazine of
104 pages, containing well written
articles (Mary Pickford is one subject)
and synopses of many
contemporarymovies illustrated with
photographs.

(AF10) MOTION PICTURE MAIL.


New York: V. 1 no. 1;
September 11, 1915
Photographic wrappers;
10 1/4 x 14 1/2
ULS: 0.

A weekly illustrated movie magazine,


published by S.S. McClure as a weekly supplement to the Evening
Mail. Very scarce and unrecorded.

THE FIRST MOVIE FAN MAGAZINE

(F1B) MOTION PICTURE STORY MAGAZINE.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; February 1911
Brown Pictorial Wrappers; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2

The first issue in wrappers of the first movie fan magazine. quite
rare and, obviously, desireable

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(S392) MOTOR AGE.
Chicago: V. 1 no. 1; September 12, 1899
Yellow wrappers; 6 x 9
ULS: 5. V. 1-5 no. 3, S 12 1899-S 26 1901. Superseded by Motor Age later
Chilton's Motor Age which absorbed Horseless Age (AU1).

An illustrated "Weekly Journal of Modern Locomotion". Automobile


magazines of the 19th century are scarce and desireable.

(F25A) MOVIE ADVENTURES/MOVIE THRILLERS/MOVIE


MONTHLY.
Jamaica N.Y.: V. 1 no. 2 - v. 3 no. 5; November 1924 - February 1926
Pictorial wrappers; quarto
ULS: 0. Mr 1924-?

This exceedingly rare and possibly unique volume published by


Brewster Publications encompasses two title changes. Movie
Adventures (V. 1 no. 2-3 and presumably v. 1 no. 1), Movie Thrillers
(v. 1 no. 4- V. 2 no. 2) and Movie Monthly, the first issue of this title
(v. 2 no. 3) featuring a menacing image of Lon Chaney on the
cover. It likewise evolved in content from an emphasis on movie
stories to more of a fan magazine. This volume is likely the
publisher's copy. The color covers are graphic and pulp-like in
style. No other issues of the first two titles have been located,
despite considerable research. A remarkable repository of early film
history.

(F30C) MOVIE MAGAZINE.


Dunellen, N.J.: V. 1 no. 1; September 1925
Pictorial wrappers; 8 1/2 x 11 1/2

The first issue of this scarce title, featuring Rudolph Valentino on


the cover.

(F48) MOVIELAND.
Dunellen, N.J.: V. 1 no. 1;
February 1943
Photographic wrappers; 8 1/2
x 11 1/2
ULS: 3. V. 1-16; F 1943-Ap
1958, then as Movieland and
TV Time.

A major movie fan magazine,


edited by Ruth Waterbury.
Greer Garson adorns the
cover of the first issue of this
title, which began at the peak
of WW2.
Slide: Appenix 2.

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(AF46) MOVIE LIFE.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; November 1937
Photographic wrappers; 7 1/2 x 11 1/2
ULS: 3. V. 1-42. no. 9, N 1937-1972.

A profusely illustrated fan magazine, edited by May C. Kelley. Ginger


Rogers is featured on the cover.
Slide: Appendix 2.

*(F41) MOVIE MIRROR.


Dunellen, N.J.: V. 1 no. 1; November 1931
Pictorial wrappers; 8 1/2 x 11 5/8

A scarce first issue of an important movie magazine, featuring Loretta


Young on the cover.

(S393) MRS. WHITTLESEY'S MAGAZINE FOR


MOTHERS.
New York: V. 1-2 no. 12; January 1850 - December 1851
Octavo
ULS: 17. V. 1-6, Ja 1850-1855.
An unillustrated monthly ladie's magazine with a religious tone. It
features original essays and poetry, including contibutions from the
ubiquitous Mrs. Sigourney and Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, who is well
known for his work with the deaf. It was edited by Mrs. A.G.
Whittlesley, who until 1844 had edited Mother's Magazine. V. 2 adds
"and Daughters" to the title.
Mott II: 58.

(S394) MUNSEY'S ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.


New York: V. 1 no. 2; September 13, 1884
Pictorial wrappers; 11 3/4 x 15 3/4
ULS: 0. V. 1 no. 1-9, S 6-N 9 1884.

A very scarce and important weekly, being Frank Munsey's


second periodical publication and his first venture into political
satire, featuring A.R. Ward's highly critical illustrations of Grover
Cleveland. No complete runs are presently known. Many thanks
to Richard West for his usual
impeccable, detailed and
accurate scholarship.

(S395) MULTUM IN PARVO


LIBRARY.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1; January
1894
White wrappers; 2 7/8 x 4
ULS: 0.

"The World's Smallest


Magazine", a monthly of
short anecdotes published by
A.B. Courtney.

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(S396) MUSIC AND CHILDHOOD. AN ILLUSTRATED
MONTHLY MAGAZINE FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS.
Chicago: V. 1 no. 1; June 1899
Pictorial wrappers; 5 7/8 x 8 1/2
ULS: 2 (none with no. 1). V. 1 no. 1-11, Ag 1899 - My 1900.

A lovely and rare monthly of stories and anecdotes about music, edited
by Wilbur Derthick.

(S397) MUSICAL CABINET. A MONTHLY COLLECTION


OF VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, AND
MUSICAL LITERATURE.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1-2; July - August 1841
Green pictorial wrappers; 10 1/4 x 14 3/4
ULS: 11. V. 1 no. 1-12, Jl 1841-Jn 1842.

A monthly edited by G.J. Webb and T.B. Hayward.


Mott I: 435.

(S398) MUSICAL HERALD.


Boston: V. 1 no. 1; January 1880
Gray pictorial wrappers; 9 7/8 x 13
ULS: 21. V. 1-14, Ja 1880-N 1893. 1889-O 1892 as Boston Musical
Herald; in ULS and after 1888 as Musical Herald of the United
States.

The monthly organ of the New England Conservatory of Music,


founded by Eben Tourjee.
Mott III: 196,197n.

(S399) MY WEEKLY READER.


New York and Columbus, Oh.: V. 1-2 no. 2; September 21, 1928 -
February 8, 1929
Masthead; 8 x 10 1/2
ULS: 2. S 21 1928+.

A weekly staple of primary education, combining a magazine-like


format with instruction on reading. This little volume of nineteen
issues is contained in a contemporary loose-leaf binder with the
original owner's name inside, apparantly just as she carried it to
school.

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(S400) MYSTERY OF LIVING.
New York; V. 1 no. 1; 1868
Green pictorial wrappers; 5 3/4 x 9 1/4
ULS: 0.

A quarterly magazine devoted to


"cheap good and healthy cooking"
published by A. Berney. Basically a
recipe book with some articles
interspersed.

(S401) NATION.
New York: V. 1 no. 1;
September 1855
Brown wrappers; 7 5/8 x 10 5/8
ULS: 4. All Published.

A scarce, unsuccessful, non-


illustrated political monthly edited by C. Chauncey Burr, who later
published the Copperhead journal Old Guard (S219). There is no
relationship to the long-running magazine of the same name published
10 years later in New York.

(S402) NATION.
New York: V. 1 no. 1- 26; July 6 - December 28, 1865
Quarto
ULS: 29+. Jl 28 1865+.

A highly important scholarly weekly of politics and criticism, initially


devoted to Reconstruction, conceived by Frederick Law Olmstead. The
first issue contains the notable opening line "The week has been
singularly devoid of exciting events".
Mott III: 331-356.

(S403) NATIONAL. LITERATURE, ART, SCIENCE.


Washington, D.C.: V. 1 no. 1; February 1875
Brown wrappers; 6 1/4 x 9 1/2
ULS: 2. All published.

An unsuccessful monthly illustrated miscellany. The prospectus


cites an interest in "national issues" and the workings of the Federal
Government. A series of articles on Western exploration was
anticipated. Published by the National Publication Company. Edited
by J. Bradley Adams and John P. Young.

(S404) NATIONAL CAPITOL SEARCHLIGHT. A


MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO EDUCATION
AMONG COLORED PEOPLE.
Washington, D.C.: V. 1 no. 1; February 1901.
Pictorial wrappers: 6 7/8 x 10 1/4
ULS: 2. All published.

A very scarce, illustrated educational journal


edited by M. Grant Lucas.

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(S405) NATIONAL ATLAS, AND SUNDAY
MORNING MAIL. A WEEKLY
PERIODICAL FOR THE PARLOUR.
Philadelphia: V. 1-2 no. 26:
July 31, 1836 - July 25, 1837
Quarto.
ULS: 7. V. 1-3, Jl 31 1836-Ja 23 1838. After V. 1 no.
9 as National Atlas and Tuesday Morning Mail.

A scarce and valuable weekly focusing on history, politics and


geography, published by Samuel Atkinson (Casket, Saturday
Evening Post) It features monthly hand-colored maps. the most
desirable being of pre-statehood Texas accompanying the first
issue.

(S406) NATIONAL GUARDSMAN. A JOURNAL


DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE
NATIONAL GUARD OF THE U. S.
New York; V. 1-2 no. 4; August 1877 - November 1878
Quarto
ULS: 9 (only one with any issue in v. 2). All published.

A well-produced monthly journal concerned with military


matters. ULS lists October 1878 as the last issue, making this
the only complete run extant.

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(S407) NATIONAL LIFE.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; 1928
Photographic wrappers; 8 1/4 x 10 1/2
ULS: 1. V. 1 no. 1-8, 1928-Je 1930

A well-produced illustrated magazine of uncertain periodicity,


devoted to bringing to the public the lives of powerful personalities
in politics, science, sports and business. This issue is entirely
devoted to "the happy warrior", Al Smith, and appears timed to
coincide with the national Democratic party convention.

THE FIRST ISSUE IN WRAPPERS OF THE FIRST


MAGAZINE PUBLISHED IN VIRGINIA

(A43A) NATIONAL MAGAZINE.


Richmond, Va.: V. 1 no. 1; June 1, 1799
Blue wrappers; 5 5/8 x 9 7/8

This very rare issue, in wrappers, of the first magazine published in


Virginia contains ads and a prospectus not found in the bound
volume. Its content includes the first magazine printing of the Virginia
Constitution, "Kentucky Resolutions" attributed to Thomas Jefferson
and much about the Alien and Sedition act, under which the brother
of the editor, James Lyon, was brought to trial.

(S408) NATIONAL POLICEMAN'S HOME JOURNAL.


DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF THE
PROTECTORS OF THE HOME AND THE
COMMONWEALTH.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; March 1914
Pictorial wrappers; 11 1/8 x 14 1/4
ULS: 0.

A well-produced illustrated monthly edited by Ed J. Handley.


The official publication of The National Policeman's Club. The
last few pages are blank, suggesting this is a dummy issue. It is
not in ULS and may never have been published. The cover
design is obviously taken after Saturday Evening Post.

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(S409) NATIONAL POST.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; May 6, 1911
Pictorial wrappers; 9 3/8 x 12 1/8
ULS: 3. V. 1 no. 1-5, My 6-Jl 1 1911. Merged into Success.

A scarce, well-produced semi-weekly miscellany, illustrated


with photographs. It featured articles of current events
combined with literature. This issue contains a story by Zane
Grey and the cover illustration is by Will Bradley Studios.

(464A) NATIONAL PROTESTANT MAGAZINE.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; November 1844
Brown wrappers; octavo.

This issue is bound into a miscellaneous volume with


Congressional Journal.

(S410) NATIONAL REPOSITORY, DEVOTED TO GENERAL


AND RELIGIOUS LITERATURE, BIOGRAPHIES
AND TRAVELS, CRTICISMS AND ART.
Cincinnati and New York: V. 1 no. 1 (ns); January 1877
Gray wrappers; 6 3/4 x 10
ULS: 20+. V. 1-8, 1877-80. Supersedes Ladies' Repository (406).

An illustrated monthly miscellany edited by Daniel Curry, D.D.


A continuation of the methodist Ladies' Repository (406).
Mott II: 304-05, III: 70.

(S411) NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; August 1932
Pictorial wrappers; 10 3/s x 14 1/8
ULS: 0.

A well-produced illustrated bi-monthly designed "for intelligent


people who are neither reactionary nor radical, but who will welcome
frank, fair and fearless discussions of topics of national and some-
times international concern".

(S412) NATIONAL WEEKLY STORY PAPER.


Philadelphia: V. 1 no. 1; May 29, 1886
Masthead; 10 1/2 x 21 1/2
ULS: 0. V. 1 no. 1-23, My 29 1886 - N 1886.

A scarce, classic story paper, featuring weekly illustrated adventure


and detective stories. Published by Columbia Publishing Company.
This issue was distributed free.

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(S413) NAUTILUS. A MONTHLY MISCELLANY
CONTAINING THE SPIRIT OF THE
MAGAZINES, THE NEWS OF THE DAY,
&C. &C.
Sag-Harbor, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1; August 1845
Masthead; octavo
ULS: 1. V. 1 no. 1-12, Ag 1845-S 1846.

A very scarce monthly miscellany edited by C. V. Hunt, containing some


original literary contributions.
Not in Kribbs.

(A340A) NAVAL MAGAZINE.


New York; V. 1 no. 1; January 1836
Brown pictorial wrappers;
5 3/4 x 9 9/16

(S414) NEALE'S MONTHLY.


New York: V.1 no.1; January 1913
Pictorial Wrappers; 6 3/4 x 9 3/4
ULS: 15. V. 1-3 no.4; Ja 1913-Je 1914

A scarce monthly literary magazine founded and edited by Walter Neale. Contributors include Ambrose Bierce
and Katherine Lee Bates.

(S415) NEEDLECRAFT.
Augusta, Me. & New York; V. 1 no. 1; September 1909
Masthead; 10 3/4 x 15 1/2
ULS: 20+ (2 with v. 1); V. 1-32 no. 7, S 1909-My 1941. After Ag
1935 and in ULS as Home Arts-Needlecraft.

An important and widely circulated ladies' sewing and fashion


magazine. This issue is on newsprint paper.

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(S416) NEGRO REVIEW.
Atlanta, Ga: V, 1no. 1; September
1953.
Photographic wrappers; 4 1/8 x 5 7/8

A rare, monthly illustrated African-


american digest in the genre of Jet and
Brown. Edited by Henry C. Lyons.

(S417) NEGRO STORY.


Chicago: V. 1 no. 1; May/June 1944
Orange wrappers; 6 x 9 1/4
ULS: 8. V. 1-2 no. 3, My/Jn 1944-Ap/
My 1946

A rare semi-monthly of short stories with an emphasis on Negro


writers. Edited by Alice C. Browning and Fern Gayden.

(S418) NEVADA MAGAZINE. A MONTHLY MAGAZINE


DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, CURRENT EVENTS
AND THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE STATE OF
NEVADA.
Winnemucca, Nv.: V. 1 no. 1; August 1899
Yellow wrappers; 5 7/8 x 9
ULS: 1. No. 1-5, Ag 1899-1900.

A well-produced rare and early Nevada monthly edited by C. D. Van


Duzer. It is illustrated with photographs and the feature article is
entitled "Reno, The Metropolis of Nevada". 12 pages of local advertis-
ing appear at the rear. ULS lists only one earlier periodical with "Ne-
vada" in the title, Nevada Pulpit, published in Carson City in 1874.

(S419) NEW AMERICAN MAGAZINE.


Chicago: V. 1 no.1; November 1901
Photographic wrappers; 6 x 9 1/4
ULS: 0.

An unrecorded momthly miscellany edited by Edwards Davis. The


initial article is devoted to the writings and last speech of the
recently assassinated William McKinley.

(AS419) NEW ENGLAND GALAXY AND MASONIC


MAGAZINE.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1; October 10, 1817
Masthead; Folio
ULS: 19. V. 1-21 no. 44, O 10, 1819-Mr 28 1839

An importantweeklygeneral literary miscellany, edited by Joseph


Buckingham.
Mott I: 127: Edgar: 143; Kribbs: 585

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*(131) NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
AND SURGERY.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1-4; January - October 1812
Brown wrappers; 6 1/4 x 9

The first year, in wrappers, of this then quarterly journal. It


continues as one of today's most authoritative and widely read
medical periodicals.

(S420) NEW ENGLAND LITERARY HERALD.


Boston: No. 1; September1809
Masthead; Octavo
ULS: 4. No. 1-2, S 1809-Ja 1810

A scarce magazine of literary information, essentially a catalog


of books published by Farrand, Mallory & Co.
Edgar 145.

(S421) NEW ENGLAND MONTHLY. A MAGAZINE


FOR THE PEOPLE.
Concord, N. H.: V. 1 no. 1; May 1874
Blue wrappers; 6 1/8 x 9 1/2
ULS: 2. V. 1-2 no. 12; My 1872-Ap 1876.

A scarce monthly miscellany. The first article is entitled "Running a Slave


Cargo. A True Picture of Cuban Experience".

(S422) NEW GRAEFENBERG WATER-CURE REPORTER,


DEVOTED TO THE HYDROPATHIC TREATMENT OF
DISEASE, THE REPORT OF CASES, AND THE
DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION OF THE
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICAL
REFORM.
Utica, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1; January 1849
White wrappers; 6 1/8 x 9 3/8
ULS: 5. V. 1-2 no. 12, Ja 1849-D 1850. In
ULS as American Water Cure Reporter.

A monthly published to promote the


insitution housing the Graefenberg
Hydropathic Cure, edited by Henry Foster,
M.D.

(S423) NEW HAMPSHIRE JOURNAL


OF MEDICINE.
Concord. N.H.: V. 1 no. 1; August 1850
Brown wrappers; 6 1/8 x 9 7/8
ULS: V. 1-8 no. 12, Ag 1850-D 1858.

A monthly local medical journal, with some


illustrated advertising on the rear outer
wrapper.

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(S424) NEW-HAMPSHIRE MAGAZINE: DEVOTED TO
LITERATURE, EDUCATION, MORAL AND
RELIGIOUS READING.
Manchester and Great Falls, N. H.: V. 1 no 1-12; August 1843 -
July 1844.
Octavo
ULS: 15. All published.

A monthly miscellany illustrated with engravings, containing


original and reprinted literature.
Kribbs 595.

(S425) NEW HAMPSHIRE REPUBLICAN.


Concord, Ma.: V. 1 no. 15;
November 1, 1890
Masthead; 8 1/2 x 11 3/4
ULS: 2. No. 1-16, Jl 16-N 8 1890.

A scarce, locally oriented, illustrated weekly political humor magazine.


The cartoons are well accomplished and appear to be mostly original. It
is printed on rather poor quality paper.
Sloan: p. 523.

THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF WILLIAM FAULKNER

(1117A) NEW REPUBLIC


New York: V. 20 no. 248;
August 6, 1919
White wrappers; 8 1/2 x 12 1/2

Page 24 contains a poem "L'Apres-Midi d'un Faune",


the first appearance in print of William Faulkner.
Massey 738.

(S426) NEW SENSATION. LIVELY, ROMANTIC


PAPER FOR THE PERIOD.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; June 16, 1873
Masthead; folio
ULS: 0. No. 1-141, Ju 16 1873- F 19 1876. Title changed to
Sporting New Yorker (no.142- 158)

An unrecorded weekly of serial adventure stories


featuring early color illustration. Another good
example of the "lost" periodicals of this era.
The first story paper to utilize color printing.

(AS426) NEW STAR. A REPUBLICAN,


MISCELLANEOUS LITERARY PAPER.
Concord, N.H.: V. 1 no. 2; April 18, 1797
Masthead; 5 1/4 x 8 1/4
ULS: 6. No 1-27, Ap 11-O 3 1797

A rare weekly miscellany, published by Russel and Davis.


Kribbs 607.

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(388C) NEW WORLD EXTRA.
New York: V. 2 no. 27; February 1843
Brown wrappers; 7 3/4 x 11
ULS: 0.

A supplement to New World (388). This issue is notably devoted entirely


to "Lights and Shadows of Factory Life in New England", by a factory
girl. Issues of this title in original wrappers are extremely scarce. The most
collected and valuable New World Extra is Walt Whitman's "Franklin
Evans" (388b), of which it is frequently stated in dealer's and auction
catalogs that there are only 4 known copies in the original state. I have
never seen none offered for sale.

(S427) NEW YORK COACH-MAKER'S MAGAZINE.


DEVOTED TO LITERARY, SOCIAL AND
MECHANICAL INTERESTS OF THE CRAFT.
New York; V. 1-2 no. 12; June 1858 - May 1860
Masthead; quarto.
ULS: 11. V. 1-12 no. 9, Je 1858-F 1871.
Merged into Hub and New York
Coachmaker's Magazine, later Automo-
tive Manufacturer.

A classy, monthly trade publication


edited by E. M. Stratton. This volume is
illustrated with 85 lithographic plates
depicting various types of carriages.

(S428) NEW YORK LIFE.


Brooklyn, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1; June 1933
Red pictorial wrappers; 13 x 19
ULS: 1. All published?.

A sensationalizing, oversized illustrated monthly, primarily


devoted to exposing Nazi atrocities against the Jews in
Germany. An early and fascinating record of American
knowledge of Nazi doctrine.

(S429) NEW YORK MAGAZINE OF MYSTERIES.


New York: V. 1 no. 1-6; May - October 1906
Pictorial wrappers; quarto
ULS: 6. My 1901-Jl 1914

A scarce, well-produced, illustrated monthly devoted to


the occult and supernatural. The cover of the sixth issue
is devoted to the late departed William McKinley.

(S430) NEW YORK MEDICAL INQUIRER.


New York: V. 1 no. 1-6; January - June 1830
Octavo
ULS: 17. V. 1-2; Nsv no. 1-4, Ja 1830-F 26 b1831. After V. 1
as American Lancet.

An unillustrated short-lived monthly medical journal.

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(S431) NEW YORK MONTHLY CHRONICLE OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
New York: V. 1 no. 1-12; July 1824 - June 1825
Octavo
ULS: 21. All published.

An unillustrated monthly medical journal conducted by "An Association of Physicians".

(S432) NEW YORK PIONEER. DEVOTED TO MILITARY AND FIRE DEPARTMENT.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; December 9, 1840
Masthead; Folio
ULS: 0.

An unrecorded non-illustrated weekly published by A.W.


Noney. Despite its title, there is considerable literary content.

(S433) NEW YORK RACKET.


New York: V. 1 no. 2; March 15, 1890
White pictorial wrappers; 8 1/2 x 11 3/8
ULS: 0.

An unrecorded weekly illustrated humor magazine created by


James S. Metcalfe and Andrew Miller, who modeled it after
Life, which they once were associated with and later edited.
Not in Sloane.

(S434) NEW-YORK REVIEW AND ATHENEUM MAGAZINE.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; June 1825
Brown wrappers; 5 3/4 x 9 1/8
ULS: 20+. V 1-2, Je 1825-My 1826. Supersedes Atlantic Magazine (175),
United with United States Literary Gazette (182) to form United States
Review and Literary Gazette (197).

A monthly literary magazine and review, edited by Henry J. Anderson,


William Cullen Bryant and Robert C. Sands. It is divided into two distinct
sections, one for reviews, the other for original literary contributions. This
issue features a review and a contribution by William Cullen Bryant.
An important magazine in its era.
Chielens I: 279-284; Kribbs 625; Mott I: 334-35.

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(S435) NEW YORK SPORTING MAGAZINE, AND
ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN AND ENGLISH
TURF.
New York: V. 1 no. 1-2; March - April 1833
White wrappers; 8 1/2 x 11 1/2
ULS: 5 (3 with v. 1). V. 1, Mr 1833-F 1834; In ULS and nsv. 1-2 no.
10, N 1835-Ag 1836 as United States Sporting Magazine.
Suspended F-Jl 1834.

A scarce and very early monthly sporting periodical illustrated


with engravings of sporting themes. The emphasis in these
issues is on horse racing and breeding, but the wrappers indicate
a greater variety of interest, including shooting, fishing, cocking,
pugilism, rowing and sailing. This may be the earliest general
sporting magazine published in America. Edited by C. R. Colden.

(S436) NEW YORK STAR.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; October 3, 1908
Photographic wrappers; 8 1/8 x 11 1/8
ULS: 3. V. 1-36 no. 4, O 3 1908-Ap 2 1926. United with Vaudeville
News to form Vaudeville News and New York Star, later New York
Star (1920-30).

A weekly, one of a number of magazines of this era devoted to New


York Theater entertainment, well-illustrated with photographs.

(S437) NEW YORK VARIETIES; DEVOTED TO


GENERAL INFORMATION AND DESIGNED TO
FURNISH A VARIETY OF ENTERTAINING
READING, FOR LEISURE MOMENTS.
New York: No. 1; 1853
Brown wrappers; 5 3/4 x 8 3/8
ULS: 0.

An unrecorded, non-illustrated miscellany, edited by A.B. Houston.

(S438) NEW YORK WAVERLY.


New York: Vol. 1 no. 1; May 8, 1866
Masthead; 15 1/4 x 22
ULS: 0.

A unrecorded weekly "story paper" published by the Waverly


Company. This is the "specimen number" and features serial
illustrated fiction.

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(S439) NEW YORK WOMAN.
New York: Dummy issue; June 27, 1934
Pictorial wrappers; 10 1/4 x 15
ULS: 5. V. 1-3 no. 3, S 9 1936-Ap 21 1937

A slick, upscale "late closing, departmentalized woman's


weekly with all the flexibility and concentration of a newspa-
per but with longer life, quality printing and selective
circulation of a magazine".

(S439A) NEW YORK WOMAN.


New York: V. 1 no. 1; September 9, 1936
Photographic wrappers; 10 1/8 x 14 1/2

The first issue.

(341A) NEW YORKER.


New York: Specimen number (whole number 93); January
1836
Masthead; quarto

(1140C) NEW YORKER. OVERSEAS EDITION FOR


ARMED FORCES
New York: V. 2 no. 1; February 17, 1945
Pictorial wrappers; 6 x 8 1/2
ULS: 0.

This is a smaller-sized abbreviated edition


intended for the use of soldiers overseas. The
covers differ from the regular editions of the
same date. This one features the familiar trade-
mark, Eustice Tilley. This is a good example of
many periodicals and newspapers which
published paper-saving overseas editions during
WWII.

(1140D) NEW YORKER.


New York: November 6, 1926
Pictorial wrappers; 8 3/4 x 11 5/8

An extremely scarce self-parody created for the


the editor and founder, Harold Ross on the first
anniversary. The cover is signed "Penaninksky"
(Rea Irvin) and pictures a cartoony silhouette of
Ross as Eustace Tilley. The contents include
eight pages of tongue-in-cheek articles, illustra-
tions and cartoons by New Yorker regulars. An
interesting and quite rare example of the creative
talents of a staff that made this magazine a staple
of the New York community and one of the most
important magazines of the twentieth century.

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(S440) NORMAL. DEVOTED TO POPULAR EDUCATION,
AND DESIGNED FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF
TEACHERS OF COMMON SCHOOLS.
Edinboro, Pa: V. 1 no. 1; June 1866
Green wrappers; 6 x 9
ULS: 3. V. 1 no. 1-2; Je-N 1866.

An education journal published at the State Normal School, by J.A.


Cooper. It was intended to be published three times a year.

(S441) NORTH AMERICAN ARCHIVES OF MEDICAL AND


SURGICAL SCIENCE.
Baltimore: V. 1 no. 1-6; October 1834 - March 1835
Octavo.
ULS: 17. V. 1-2, O 1834-S 1835. Supersedes Baltimore Medical and
Surgical Journal and Review.

A monthly medical journal edited by E. Geddings, M.D.

THANATOPSIS

(122A) NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW.


Boston: V. 5 no. 1-6; May-October 1817
Octavo

Page 338 contains the first printing of Bryant's "Thanatopsis",


considered to be the first great American poem.

(S442) NORTH DAKOTA MAGAZINE; THE STATE'S


RESOURCES - AGRICULTURAL, INDUSTRIAL &
COMMERCIAL.
Bismarck, N.D.: V. 1 no. 1-6; May 1906 - February 1907
Photographic wrappers; octavo
ULS: 19. V. 1-4 no. 4; My 1906-Ag 1911.

A scarce monthly, published by the Agricultural Department, W. C.


Gilbreath - Commissioner, abundantly illustrated with photographs.

(S443) NORTH END MISSION.


Boston: V. 1 no. 1; January 1872
Brown wrappers; 5 7/8 x 9 1/8
ULS: 8. V. 1-4, 1822-75.

A quarterly vehicle of the mission, located at 201 North Street. An illustra-


tion of the building is on the front wrappers and 6 pages of advertising are
at the rear.

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(S444) NORTH GRANVILLE QUARTERLY; A MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO LITERATURE,
SCIENCE AND EDUCATION.
North Granville, Washington County, N.Y.: V. 1-3 no. 3; April 1864- October 1866
Octavo
ULS: 2. All published?.

A very obscure miscellany published by the North Granville Ladies


Seminary.

(A445) NORTH PACIFIC REVIEW.


San Francisco: V. 1 no. 1-2; October - December 1862
White pictorial wrappers (v. 1 no. 2); 9 1/4 x 12 1/8
ULS: 4 (none complete). V. 1-2 (no. 1-8); O 1862-My 1863.

A very scarce and early California monthly literary miscellany


edited by Robert F. Greeley.

(S446) NOVELIST'S MAGAZINE, A SEMI-MONTHLY


PUBLICATION; EMBRACING THE NEWEST
AND MOST POPULARWORKS OF FICTION
ISSUED FROM THE BRITISH AND
AMERICAN PRESS.
Philadelphia; V. 1; 1833
Quarto
ULS: 12. All published.

A thick volume of reprinted fiction, published by C. Alexander


& Co.

(S447) OBSERVER OF POLITICS, LITERATURE AND


SOCIETY.
Portland, Me.: V. 1 no. 1; December 24, 1864
Masthead; 9 3/8 x 12 1/8
ULS: 0.

A series of political essays espousing the views of its pub-


lisher, Stephen Berry.

(S448) OHIO FREEMASON.


Cleveland: V. 1 no. 1; April 15, 1891
White pictorial wrappers; 7 3/4 x 10 1/2
ULS: 0.

A 16 page monthly "devoted to the interests of freemasonry and general intelligence".


Published by Frank R. Newell.

(S449) OHIO TEACHER.


Columbus and Cincinnati: V. 1 no. 1; May 1850
Masthead; 5 3/4 x 9 1/8
ULS: 7. V. 1-2 no. 3, My 1850-Ap 1852. In ULS and after Ja 1852 as Western Review.

A monthly education journal and miscellany edited by Thomas Rainby.


A later journal of the same name ran from 1880-1935.

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