Out West: The Nation Back of Us, The World in Front, The Magazine of the the Old Pacific and the New
1904·Los Angeles and San Francisco:
by Charles Fletcher Lummis (1859-1928), editor
Los Angeles and San Francisco:: Out West Magazine Company,, 1904. First Edition. Paperback. Like New. William Keith. Volume XX, No. 5, May 1904. 8vo. 10 x 7 inches. [ads, xvi], (399)-484, [ads, xxxvi] pp. Black-and-white frontispiece photograph "Kern Lake from Trail to Lower Kern Lake" by E. T. Parsons, black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, stapled; binding square and tight, light shelf wear at the extremities of the covers, else Fine. The contents for the May 1904 issue include: "The Hymn of the Men that Fail" a poem by Sharlot F. Hall; "Camping in California Redwoods" illustrated, by Henrietta S. Breck; "Down the Trail" a poem by Nora May French; "A Day with the Mono Indians," illustrated by W. B. Noble; "Desert Calls" a poem by Harley R. Wiley; "The Eucalypts of the Southwest, Part II" illustrated by Alfred James McClatchie; "Toro-o-o!" a poem by A. B. Bennett; "The Courtship of Jim Carroll" a story by Philip Newman; "Moon-shadows" a poem by Tracy Robinson; "Navajo Blankets" by A. F. Spiegelberg; "The Providence of God" a story by Wilmatte Porter Cockerell; "Among the White Sands" a poem by Isabel Darling; "Toward American Music" by Arthur Farwell; "The Southwest Society, Archaeological Institute of America"; The Sequoya League, "To Make Better Indians" by Lummis; "Early California Reminiscences" by General John Bidwell, Part V; regular features include: "The Landmarks Club"; "In the Lion's Den" by the editor; and "That Which is Written" reviews by C. A. Moody. (Inventory #: GG32215A-035)
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