The Black Cat: A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories. No. 41. February, 1899.

By: Turner, Geik; Peabody, Ernest; Howard, Charles Bryant; Wood, Joanna E.; Pollock, Frank L.

Price: $20.00

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Book Condition: Good


Wrappers toned with minor loss from top edge of rear wrapper, top edge lightly stained, pencil scribble on two pages. 1899 Stapled Binding. vi, 44, vii-xxiv pp. A single issue of the 19th century magazine featuring short stories, most well-known for publishing Jack London's A Thousand Deaths (just two issues after this one). Numerous ads precede and follow text - our favorites are for: The Sororis Shoe; Monarch and Defiance Bicycles; Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster; Schlitz; 'Drunkenness Cured' (this one doesn't even name the product); The Dann Patent Reclining Go Cart; and The Natural Body Brace. Includes: On the Edge of Things by Geik Turner; Negative Number Twelve by Ernest Peabody; Manuel, of the Guardia Civil by Charles Bryant Howard; The Lynchpin Sensation by Joanna E. Wood; The Lady and the Kwang-Chiu by Frank L. Pollock.

Title: The Black Cat: A Monthly Magazine of Original Short Stories. No. 41. February, 1899.

Author: Turner, Geik; Peabody, Ernest; Howard, Charles Bryant; Wood, Joanna E.; Pollock, Frank L.

Categories: American, Short Stories, Early Periodicals,

Publisher: The Shortstory Publishing Company: 1899

Binding: Stapled Binding

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 1959833

Keywords: EPHEMERA PERIODICAL SHORT STORY MAGAZINE BLACK CAT STORIES,