The Brown Book of Boston. Vol. II, April 1901, No. 6.

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Original publisher's white wrapper with a black and white illustration of a Native American man holding a tomahawk and knife. 11 1/4" x 14." Thirty-three pages (Pages 259-291), 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: "The Awakening of Felecia: A Serial" by Theodosia Garrison, "A Romance in Two Flats" by Myrtle Reed, "Beauties of the American Court" by Alvin Hovey King, "The Change in Drayton" by Marguerite Tracy, "The Monks of Old" by George Welton Gray, "Back to the Country--The Drift of Population from the Cities" by Howard Whitmore, "Beezy's Irish Art" by Charles Battell Loomis, "Great Public Gifts" by Albert Kent Wells [illustrations of public places one can visit], "The Brown Book Monthly Photograph Contest" [pictures of children], "The Brown Book" [editorial page], "Tickle-Town Tales" by Winthrop Packard, "With the Procession: Little Stories About Great People," "An Attractive Village Home for $1,800" by Frank T. Lent, "Mistress Mary: A Little Easter Comedy in Three Cockles," "Needle Arts" by Pauline Abbott, "As in Silks My Lady Goes," "The House Wife and the Market-Basket" [includes various recipes for cheese balls, anchovies, Royal Mousse, Light Biscuits, and Potato-Pone], and "Books, Bookmen and Book-Talk."