The Century Magazine 1900-1901 Bound Volumes
The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, spanning the transition
from the 19th to the 20th century, provided a platform for new
and established writers and artists. The fiction and non-fiction
articles extended across the political, cultural, artistic, and
literary spectrum of the day.
Vol. LXI. New Series: Vol. XXXIX - November 1900-April 1901.
An account of The Paris Exposition of 1900 is included in this
volume. However, the Exposition is truly captured in the charming
woodcuts by Felix Vallotton. Well know artists Frederick Remington
and Maxfield Parrish provide illustrations for works of fiction.
Poetry by Paul Lawrence Dunbar and fiction by Jacob Riis and Henry
James are included. The bound volume contains six issues of the
magazine. Spine is separating. (Stock number 003Century00) $100.00
Felix Vallotton illustrates "In the Crowd at the Paris
Vol. LXII. New Series: Vol. XL - May 1901-October 1901. A
number of articles spotlight the Pan-American Exposition being
held in Buffalo, New York. Drawings by Andre Castaigne and Harry
Fenn accompany a lengthy article on the Exposition. The bound
volume contains six issues of the magazine. Included are articles
by Bret Harte, Grover Cleveland, Woodrow Wilson, and Jacob Riis.
Many important illustrators contributed to the magazine. Spine
is separating. (Stock number 003Century01) $100.00
The Pan-American Exposition - The City of Light
Article by Elizabeth Robins Pennell illustrated by Joseph
Howard Chandler Christy
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