The Brown Book of Boston. Vol. III, July 1901, No. 3.

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Original publisher's white wrapper with a black and white illustration of two classical-looking women who stand near a decorative Roman arch. 11 1/4" x 14 1/2." Eighteen pages (Pages 67-84), complete. Many black and white illustrations and advertisements throughout magazine, complete. Pages are very clean and intact. The Brown Book of Boston is a monthly magazine that includes short stories and current news and covers topics such as housekeeping, sewing and crafts, and the latest fashion trends of the time. The magazine was first published in 1900 and ran until 1905 when it merged with the Modern Woman magazine. The following articles, stories, etc. are in this issue: "Ocean Yachting with the Tramps" by Wintrop Packard, "The Curse of Truth" by Theodosia Garrison, "When the Chinook Struck Fairfield: A Serial in Four Parts; Part II" by Wallace Phillips, "Women in the Fields" by W. R. Draper, "Prize Winners in the July Photograph Contest" [theme of illustrating summer pastimes], "The Brown Book" [editorial page], "The Pete and Polly Stories" by Carolyn Wells, "A Summer House for One Thousand Dollars" by Frank T. Lent, "Muskoka: The Canadian Venice" by Leila E. Cuthbert, "Two Boys and a Smack by John Hamilton Prue, "The Madonnas of the Iron" by Pauline Abbot, "The Summer Girl and Her Wardrobe" by Mabel Beard, and "The Artistic Arrangement of Garden and Field Flowers" by Eben E. Rexford.