Collier's Weekly: an illustrated journal of art, literature and current events. Vol. 24, no. 7 to Vol. 30, no. 6 covering the years 1899 to 1902

The turn of the century as captured by Collier's

Collier's Weekly: an illustrated journal of art, literature and current events. Vol. 24, no. 7 to Vol. 30, no. 6 covering the years 1899 to 1902

New York: November 18, 1899 to November 8, 1902. Folio, approx. 150 issues in all, each issue generally 24 or 28 pages, illustrated throughout, occasionally in color, and with many wonderful color covers for special numbers; includes extensive coverage of the Boer War, Hawaii becoming a territory, the Philippine Insurrection, the Panama Canal, the Boxer Rebellion, the McKinley-Roosevelt Campaign, the McKinley assassination, the America's Cup Races, and the Alaska gold rush, with many full-page or double-page illustrations by many noted artists, including Howard Pyle, Frederic Remington, and Edward Penfield and with contributions by Joel Chandler Harris, Frederic Remington, Walter Camp, Rudyard Kipling, and Richard Harding Davis, among others. Contemporary quarter morocco over green cloth sides; a few scuff marks, minor cracks and chipping; very good and sound. Item #52989

Price: $1,250.00