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handled as Series (not publication series), eg [ Series: Cosmopolitan]

2017-10-30

find Magazine contributions in my edit history --essentially, scroll SeriesUpdate

NOV: Metropolitan M, Ladies' Home J
OCT: Windsor M, Harper's M, London M, McClure's (M), St. Nicholas, Atlantic Monthly
SEP: Nash's Pall Mall M, Nash's M, Pall Mall M
JUN: Lippincott's Monthly M
MAR: Strand M (US)
FEB: Strand M, The Delineator, Cosmopolitan, Century M
JAN: St. Nich, Maclean's

done back to 2017-03-16 (3000+I as 2016-12-28)



2016-07 clean up some non-genre magazines

ISFDB Series yearspan isfdb en.wiki HDL &c publs
#Century Mag. 1881-1930 [1] x EN ENws
#Collier's 1888-1957 [2] EN 1903
Cosmopolitan 1886-pres [3] x EN ENw-h [1908, deleted]
Ladies' Home Journal 1883-2014 [4] x EN ENw-h
#Putnam's Mag. [2nd of 3] 1868-1870 [5] x EN sx ENw h 1870 (3)
#Scribner's Mag. 1887-1939 [6] EN sx ENw 1887 1905
#Scribner's Monthly 1871-1881 [7] EN sx ENw cleaned
St. Nicholas Mag. 1873-1940 [8] x EN ENw h 1897 1898
#Pearson's Mag. uk 1896-1939 [9] x EN ENw h 1902
#The Strand Mag. uk 1891-1950 [10] EN
#The Windsor Mag. uk 1895-1939 [11] x EN ENw h 1902 1903

The Atlantic Monthly 1857-pres [12] EN s EN
Harper's Mag. 1850-pres [13] EN s EN
Harper's Weekly Mag. 1857-1916 [14] EN s EN
Lippincott's Monthly Mag. 1868-1915/16 [15] EN sx ENw
The Saturday Evening Post 1821/97- [16] EN s ENw

Contents

dnf ISFDB

Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper 1852-1922
Saturday Review (U.S. magazine) 1920/24-1971...82


people

Edward Spencer, wri 132828

[17] Edward Spencer obituary The Sun 1883-07-18 p1


Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews, wri 137357

coll. The Enchanted Forest at HDL, ill. E. Boyd Smith (6 inclg frontispiece)

LCCN: 09-26471 which links e-copy at HDL

[18]

later expand maybe; check newspapers

E. Boyd Smith, ill. Enchanted Forest

W. Best Clinedinst, ill. Through the Ivory Gate


Edward Hope, wri NYHT 229767 niW https://lccn.loc.gov/no89019131 (7) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no89-019131 VIAF=41396564 SUDOC=143810766


Rea Irvin, ill New Yorker 229768 EN https://lccn.loc.gov/nr94026392 (15)


Harford Powel, Jr. (Harvard 1909) nidb niW

[19] obit Harford Powel, Jr. NYT 1956-08-18 p17
[20] Bos Globe; [21] NYHT
also wrote a book on Walter Camp, 1926, and with Grandland Rice The Omnibus of Sport, 1932

https://lccn.loc.gov/no96008592 (17) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-no96-008592 VIAF=58670068 LCCN=no96008592


misc

US magazines without (sub)sections below
  • (The) Cosmopolitan (Magazine) 26589

deleted NONFICTION "The Things That Live on Mars", H. G. Wells and William R. Leigh T1746490


  • (The) Ladies['s] Home Journal 26874
Ladies' home journal and practical housekeeper, 6 annual vols of 12 issues

HDL: 1885-89

1.1 December 1883 (presumed) to 6.12 November 1889 (72 issues)
HDL U Michigan covers 2.11 to 6.12 (50 issues); missing pages

Price

2.11 .50/.05 (12pp), 3.1 (16pp, sometime incr to 20pp) ... 4.4
4.5 .50/.06
6.12 I-II, 1-24, III-IV 1.00/.10
6. premium supplement

HDL: vols 7-15 (to Nov 1898), 25, 30-34 (Nov 1917)

Dec 1897 48pp +covers HDL Jan 1898 (XV.2) $1.00/.10, ... ed. Bok; "published on the 25th ..."

Dec 1907 84pp +covers As of January 1908 (XXV.2) $1.50/.15, ... ed. Bok; "published on the 25th of each month previous")

As of January 1913 (XXX.1) $1.50/.15, international prices also stated; Curtis, President; ed. Edward W. Bok


ProQuest LHJ
American Periodicals Archive, 1889 1907
Women's Magazine Archive, 1887 1919 [22]

1910 Dec advertises 24 issues for 1911

This one Dec 1, 1910 is issue 16 for 1910?

Twice a month, remains $0.10/1.50

evidently bimonthly Sep to Nov, did not continue, thus 16 numbers

bimonthly Jan to May 1911, thus 17 numbers

May 1 bimonthly $0.10/1.50

May 15 (cover price $0.10) and Jun 1911 (28.10 and 28.11) monthly $0.15/1.50

Full text coverage: Jun 1889 (Vol. Vol. VI,, no. No. 7.) - Nov 1907 (Vol. Volume XXIV,, no. Number 12)

18-1/2 vols (222 issues) -- overlap 6 with HDL

Editor: Knapp, Louisa Bok, E.

17.5 Apr 1900 3-4 [23] THE ELEPHANT'S CHILD: BEING THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF JUST SO STORIES--WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY FRANK VER BECK NUMBER ONE (7 page one, 4 page two; small reproductions, larger in Windsor)
no Cover
last page p48 Contents "Illustrations by Frank Ver Beck"

footnote: "This is the First ... // // The stories will continue for several months, each one being illustrated by numerous drawings inimitable in their conception of the author's text."

17.6 May 1900 3-4 [24] The BotA : by RK : Being the Second of a Series of 'Just So' Stories--With Illustrations by Frank Ver Beck // Number Two (6 ill. on 1st page, 2 on 2nd page)

footnote: "This is the Second of Mr. Kipling's Great Animal Stories // ...

17.7 Jun 1900 1-2 [25] THE SING-SONG OF OLD MAN KANGAROO: Being the Third of a Series of "Just-So" Stories--With Illustrations by Frank Ver Beck (5)

footnote: "This is the Third of Mr. Kipling's Great Animal Stories // Which he calls the 'Just-So' Stories. The first of the series, 'The Elephant's Child', appeared in the April Journal; the second, 'The Beginning of the Armadillos', was published in May. Other stories will be published as soon as Mr. Kipling resumes his work, upon his return from South Africa."

18.11 Oct 1901 3-4 [26]
Cover "R K's New Animal Story"
Contents "HtLGHS" Illustrations by Frank Verbeck
p3 "Illustrated by Frank Verbeck" (3)

footnote: "This is the first of Mr. Kipling's New Stories" Which he has written especially for The Ladies' Home Journal. They will not appear in any other periodical. In the next story Mr. Kipling will tell 'How the First Letter Was Written'. There will be several of these stories, and each one will be illustrated with numerous drawings."

19.1 Dec 1901 11-12 [27] 2 labeled "Drawn by Frank Ver Beck" (all caps); 1 by Kipling

footnote: "In the next story of this series, which the author says is a 'a true story', Mr. Kipling will tell about his experiences in 'bringing up a baby lion on a bottle -- illustrated with photographs taken by himself."

19.8 Jul 1902 4, 32 [28] The Cat, unillustrated
19.11 Oct 1902 3-4 [29] 1 large labeled "Drawn by Frank Ver Beck" (all caps)
Contents not found

no footnote

number of illustrations by Ver Beck: 11 8 5 3 2 0 1

$0.10

User:Pwendt#Just So Stories

QUESTION: date of E. H. Shepard coverart T1018360, publ date of the illustration as interior or as cover?


  • St. Nicholas (Magazine) 26943

Collier's

Series 26810 --submitted 0724


Collier's Catalogue record

Published by P. F. Collier & Son, Publishers

vol 31 spring-summer 1903

31:1 (April 4, 1903) 10 cents
31:22 (August 29, 1903) "Household Number for September" p1=cover
The Tabu Tale, ill. (2 small) Charles Livingstone Bull, p10-11j p10 at HDL
31:26 (September 26, 1903)

vols 41.1 summer 1908


Charles Livingston Bull ill. Before Adam, Jack London

1906 [30] N-Y Tribune 1906-07-16 p5 - LC reading room;
0921, 0928 adverts Everybody's Magazine, October
[31] Bos. Globe 1906-09-29 p4 Everybody's Magazine cover tracks



Jules Verne, wri https://lccn.loc.gov/n79064013 (801)

Captain Hatteras T7387

[1876] Ward Locke https://lccn.loc.gov/62056459 62-56459 ; OCLC o[32] ; also [192-?] o[33]
1951 Didier 51012857 51-12857
[191-?] 20,000 Leagues o[34]


Headon Hill, wri 151870 = Grainger https://lccn.loc.gov/n84177040 (9) --but LCCat search 'headon hill' hits 11 Seaward for the Foe


Harper's Magazine

Harper's Magazine

HOLLIS

   Title:
   Harper's magazine.
   Published: New York : Harper & Brothers, 1913-; No. 754 (Mar. 1913)-no. 1515
Title from cover.
Issues for Mar. 1913-Aug. 1976 also called v. 126-v. 253. 


Harper's Weekly

Harper's Weekly Magazine (never the actual title)

HDL


v9-16, 1865-72; v22-62, 1878-1916 scattered

includes v41-44 1897-1900 of which 43.2 poor quality U California
41.1 (1897) no index, 24 pages continuous; 41.2094 1897-02-06 (p121-24) $0.10 http://hdl.handle.net/2027/pst.000020241117?urlappend=%3Bseq=127; p136-37 with two illustrations; p144 (back cover) advert "By John Kendrick Bangs", 8 books publ by Harper's ; 159-60 II. The Stranger Unravels a Mystery and Reveals Himself ; 41.2105 1897-04-24 (p405-28) 413-14 XII "The End" (previous is 28 pages)
42 (1898)
43 (1899) 2 U California poor quality
later years available at HDL and represented in database

Semiannual half-volumes to 1912 or later HDL

HDL 1880 : -- -5 -- 27 28 -- 30 -- -- 33 : 1889
HDL 1890 : -- 35 -- 37 -- -- -- 41 42 43 : 1899
HDL 1900 : 44 -- -- 47 -- -- -- -- -- -- : 1909
HDL 1910 : -- -- -6;57 (58 -- -- 61 62) : 1916 (semiannual vols)

"-6" and so on, second half of vol 56

";" end of HarpWeek archive subscription

ISFDB 1890 : -- 91 92 -- 94 95 96 -- -- --
ISFDB 1900 : none
ISFDB 1910 : 10 -- -- 13

We have a match for vols 35/1891 and 57/1913 only!

1899-12-16, p 1249-1288 FORTY PAGES AND AN ILLUMINATED COVER (40 in pagination)

vol XLIII, no 2194-2245, pp 1-1336 (or 88 extra pages)

A Glance Ahead

1898

vol XLII, no 2141-2193, pp 1-1304 (53@24 = 1272, or 32 extra pages)
12-17, no 2191, "CHRISTMAS NUMBER—FORTY PAGES AND AN ILLUMINATED COVER—PRICE, 25 CENTS"
p1241-43, with 6 illustrations some clearly signed "G. VERBEEK"

THE AMALGAMATED BROTHERHOOD OF SPOOKS. A Letter to the Editor. BY JOHN KENDRICK BANGS—ILLUSTRATED BY G. VERBEEK.


1897

vol XLI, no 2089-2140, pp 1-1300 (commonly 24 pages, but 52@24 = 1248, or 52 extra pages; ie 52 in the pagination beyond 24 per issue)
12-18, no 2139, "CHRISTMAS NUMBER—FORTY PAGES AND AN ILLUMINATED COVER—PRICE, 25 CENTS" (exceptionally)

1896-12-19 -- 36pp =32+4, 10c,

vol XL, no 2037-2088, pp 1-1288 (or 40 extra pages)

1895-12-14 -- 36pp =32+4, 10c

vol XXXIX, no 1985-2036, pp 1-1254 (or 6 extra pages)

1894-12-15 -- 32pp =28+4, 10c; "Thirty-two Pages With Illuminated Cover" 1177-1204 + 4

vol XXXVIII, no 1933-1984, pp 1-1252 (or 4 extra pages)

1893-

vol XXXVII, no 1881-1932, pp 1-1264 (or 16 extra pages)

1892-

vol XXXVI, no 1828-1880, pp 1-1272 (and 53@24 = 1272)

1891-12-19 -- "with an eight-page supplement"; 1009-1028 (only 4 pp evident but next issue begins p1033)

vol XXXV, no 1776-1827, pp 1-1054
commonly 16 pages ? but 52@16 = 832


Over the Plum Pudding (1901 coll)

2 • "Over the Plum-Pudding": Why It Was Never Published. An Authoritative Statement by Its Editor • essay by John Kendrick Bangs
  1. -3 • "Over the Plum-Pudding"
  2. 23 • Bills, M.D.: A Christmas Ghost I Have Met
  3. 41 • The Flunking of Watkin's Ghost (nt)
  4. 67 • An Unmailed Letter: Being a Christmas Tale of Some Significance
  5. 83 • The Amalgamated Brotherhood of Spooks: A Letter to the Editor
  6. 105 • A Glance Ahead: Being a Christmas Tale of A.D. 3568 (ss, shdbe nt?)
  7. 139 • Hans Pumpernickel's Vigil
  8. 157 • The Affliction of Baron Humpfelhimmel
  9. 175 • A Great Composer
  10. 193 • How Fritz Became a Wizard
  11. 209 • The Rise and Fall of the Poet Gregory
  12. 225 • The Loss of "Gretchen B.": A Tale of a Pirate Ghost, Found Floating in a Water-Bottle

P290438

Price $1.15 from advertisement by the publisher Harper's Weekly 1901-12-21 p1323

LCCN links hdl

HDL [35] provides full view of three copies 3 copies : apparently 1st printing but cover patterns vary (from Amazon we show the U California copy) and one from Cornell shows different portrait of Bangs, fewer adverts in back pages

-[245]

Illustrations, p.ix-x, lists 17 (frontispiece portrait of Bangs and 16 plates not included in the pagination)

count by story: 0, 0, 1, 0, 4 (Verbeek, 4 of 6), 2 (Newell 2 of 3), 2, 3, 1, 3, 0, 0

p[v] "Thanks are due to the Publishers of

Harper's Round Table
Harper's Weekly
The Delineator
Life
Brooklyn Life
and the New York Mail and Express

for permission to republish these stories in collected form."


  1. Harper's 1898-12-17 p1241-43, 6 ill
  2. A GLANCE AHEAD. Being a Christmas Tale of A. D. 3568 Harper's Weekly , 12/16/1899 ; 1899-12-16 p1262-64 (p14-16) ; 3 ill at least two signed "P.N." and "Peter Newell"

1909-05-01 p6 "A Glance Ahead: Central Park in A.D. 1950", poem signed J. K. B.


1900 nidb The Idiot at Home

HDL provides [36] two copies apparently identical, with original cover

Illustrations, p.vii-ix, lists 57 (frontispiece photo protrait of Bangs plus 56 plates? (unnumbered sheets blank on one side) included in the pagination, b/w drawings signed "F. T. Richards"

text spans p1-[314]


1904 The Inventions of the Idiot

HDL provides (c)1903, 1904 -- copyright page: (c) 1903 by the publisher, "Published April, 1904" -- unillustrated, text spans p1-[185]

that from U California best

From Amazon we show a different copy



Harvard, primarily HarpWeek.com (library subscription)


Merged into the Independent, May 1916; resumed publication Nov. 15, 1974.

library building provides full access to HarpWeek, or all(?) issues 1857-1912 http://app.harpweek.com.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/

(presum. no service outside the library building -- what does this URL mean?)

includes "manually-created synopses of Harper’s Weekly fictional works" !

1891-06-27 482-83 "The Water Ghost of Harrowby Hall", no illus. [1%2Ftext[1]%2Fbody[1]%2Fdiv1[80]&xml=HW\1891\18910627.xml&titleid=HW&volumeid=1891&issueid=0627&pagerange=0482cd-0483ac&restriction=&pageIDs=|HW-1891-06-27-0482|HW-1891-06-27-0483|]

1892-12-10 1180-82 "A Midnight Visitor", ill ABF ABFrost


1895-08-17 780-81 : I. A HOUSE-BOAT ON THE STYX, BEING SOME ACCOUNT OF THE DIVERS DOINGS OF THE ASSOCIATED SHADES. (Publication Authorized by the House Committee.) -- with illustrations but no illustration credit

1895-11-09 1064-65 : XII. last instalment of AHBotS

1897-02-06 136-37 : I. first TPotH (evidently, 1 chap 2 ill each issue; Newell credited) [1%2Ftext[1]%2Fbody[1]%2Fdiv1[22]&xml=HW\1897\18970206.xml&titleid=HW&volumeid=1897&issueid=0206&pagerange=0136ad-0137ac&restriction=&pageIDs=|HW-1897-02-06-0136|HW-1897-02-06-0137|]

1897-04-24 413-14 : XII. last instalment if TPotH

1899-08-05 767-79 : I, II first TETW (evidently, 2 chap 2 ill each issue)

1899-09-02 863-65 : IX, X. last instalment of TETW

Search: Munchausen (5 hits, including the 3 above)

(debut issue), anonymous, "Baron Munchausen in America" 1857-01-03 p3-4

Henry Smith Williams, "A Prairie Munchausen" 1900-12-29 p1271

none 1901

HARPER & BROTHERS, Publishers New York City: Franklin Square. London: 45 Albemarle Street, W. Also for sale at Brentano's, 37 Avenue de l'Opera, Paris.

This complex listing from 1897-08-21 (prev, New York only)

Prices, first issue of the year

5c, 1857- to 1861-0427 (war declared)
6c, 1862-63 $2.50/yr stated to 1863-0103, then $3/yr
1864 $3.00; $1.00 for 4 months stated 1864-0109 to 1864-0820
10c $4 1864-08-27
10c $4 1865-01
10c 1912 ; cover names George Harvey, no yearly price

1901-01-05 includes Bangs editorial "to the XIXth century", no identification of editor

1901-11-30 "Beginning with the next number, this journal will be edited by George Harvey, editor of The North American Review."

1901-12-07, "edited by George Harvey" is displayed in the contents at HarpWeek


HarpWeek

Browse Issues

"By John Kendrick Bangs" (advertisement of 8 now in print) 1897-02-06 144
Volume: 1892   Issue: 09/24   Page Range: 0922ad-0923a 	
SCIENTIFIC TENNIS.
BY J. PARMLY PARET.

Located and examined via HarpWeek.com and university library subscription that provides no public URL; to be continued


1895 and 1895-12-14 P333747 for instance (includes "My Grandmother's Hair Sofa")

vol XXXIX, no 2034, pp [2]+1175-1206+[2] Page-count 36/32 includes/excludes illuminated cover--outer cover or wrapper not included in the pagination

Front cover (p1175) illustration is spec-fic

signed "P.Newell.95"
credited "P. S. Newell"

This is the inner cover, which alone is included in the pagination.

Stated "Thirty-six pages with Illuminated Cover" includes outer cover (wrapper?), perhaps unique to Christmas issue, catalogued as advertisements but that is true only of the last three of its 4 pages. First and last, that is front and back of wrapper, are by Maxfield Parrish, matching except the last/back cover of wrapper/ is advertisement and the signatures! "F. Maxfield Parrish. 1895." (four lines) and "Maxfield Parrish. 95." (one line)

"as bound and digitized" comprehends both steps "as digitized and provided to subscribers at HarpWeek.com"

56 full-year vols 1-56, 1857 to 1912 (archived at HarpWeek)
vol 57 ends 2013-08-09, with last number edited by George Harvey
vol 58 ends 2014-07-11 with #3003, pp 25-48 (plus wrapper)! vol 59 begins with p49-72 (plus wrapper) -- thus single-issue pagination ends with #3001 1914-06-27 p1-24 ; #3002 July 4 begins page count for vol. 59
vol 47, 1903, paginated at HarpWeek consecutively, as printed ; p1-2124 (52@40 = 2080 plus 44 pages)
p39, inside back-wrapper of 40-page first issue, promotes Harper's Magazine for 1903 (seven to ten short stories in every issue)
vol 57, 1907, paginated consecutively p1-1912 (52@36=1872 plus 40 pages)
vol 52, 1908, paginated at HarpWeek by issue, eg 01-11 runs p1-36 including wrapper ; commonly 36 pages including wrapper, all included in the pagination
vol 59-62 essentially semiannual six month
vol 61 begins 1915-07-03 #3054 ; 1915-12-25 #3079 ; 626 pages = 26@24 plus two (bound with covers at end)
vol 62 1916-01-01 #3080 ; -05-13 #3099 p515-44; 544 pages = 20@24 plus 64 "Beginning with the next issue Harper's Weekly will be incorporated with <i>The Independent." p516

House-Boat on the Styx (with comma)

serial from XXXIX 2017 1895-08-17 (p767-90) p780-81, with two illus by Newell signed "Peter Newell.95"
to 1895-11-09 (p1055-78) p1064-65 XII., one illus.
1102 X.[sic]
no, V. is missing from index 0921, and from plain text transcript, but page view p903-904
span 13 issues, no instalment 0907; two illus. each

Pagination begins on the letterhead page, excludes presumable outer cover/wrapper; always full-page illustration under letterhead, frequently editorial, commonly editorial by W. A. Rogers A194288, Harper's editorial cartoonist 1877(age 23)-1902(?) following Nast


BOILERPLATE (from Thurlow)

Originally p1184-86, with 5 illustrations by A. B. Frost, credited (two clearly signed "A. B. Frost")
Contents limited to known speculative fiction

Vol. XXXVIII, No. 1982 (Christmas issue) Page-count 28 represents the paginated p1177-1204: all that is archived at HarpWeek.com; probably the only content of this issue in some bound volumes.

Non-genre magazine, only known SF content listed.

Located and examined via HarpWeek.com and university library subscription that provides no public URL; to be continued

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magazine by year, eg Harper's Weekly Magazine - 1895 (by the way, it was never Harper's Weekly Magazine)

Letter-head Title

Harper's Weekly.
A
Journal of Civilization. (no dots from 35.1768 1890-11-08)

new styling sometime 1900

no subtitle from 1901-12-07 (newly edited by George Harvey, succ. JKB)

no issue number ; corrupt file(?) mid page-span 1211-1292 (shdbe #2346-47)

return classic as inner cover heading 1904-01-02


JCH Remus again

Arthur Burdette Frost? --dates from 1896 spelling by JCHarris?

--suggests Amazon Look Inside the 2002 collection [37])
Houghton Mifflin 1995 / 2002 P557542 --which credits most illusrators under long names (all except J. M. Conde among 5 illustrators)
front material (JCH Intro; JCH Preface and Dedication to the New Ed; and Contents of this book are valuable!


Uncle Remus and his friends: old plantation stories, songs, and ballads,[ with sketches of Negro character --complete at HDL]

1892 https://lccn.loc.gov/04010444 uncred; HDL tp A. B. Frost
ISFDB only as "The Tales from ..." (2002) T1963431

Told by Uncle Remus: new stories of the old plantation

1905 https://lccn.loc.gov/05035798 "A.B. Frost, J.M. Condé, and Frank Verbeck"; HDL tp shows no accent, no space, all caps
ISFDB only as "The Tales from ..." (2002) T1963433

Uncle Remus, his songs and his sayings

1880 - 1st ed. illus. Church and Moser
1895 07-2897 OCLC 1561853; A. B. Frost; links HDL 1898 --SHOULD LINK 1895--
HDL 1895 TITLE LEAF 1895 c1880, 1895;
HDL 1896 NO TITLE LEAF, "Preface and Dedication to the New Edition", iii-v, "Burdette", signed fullname, undated; "Introduction", vii-xvii, signed J.C.H., undated; Contents xix-xxi; List of Full-Page Illustrations p[xxiii] (11; front. plus 10 facing); text spans p3-265 or [1]-265; [267-72] list Appleton books
HDL 1898
1903 04-10445 uncred
1908 08-22801 uncred
1920 20-19432 OCLC 1679670; "A. B. Frost and E. W. Kemble"; HDL confirms
ISFDB only as "The Tales from ..." (2002)
--MY MISTAKE, should also be "Uncle Remus, his songs ..." P580689 --perhaps both New and De Luxe editions P558740

Also most of LCCat listings #207-229 in chron order


JCHarris A19914, The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus T557542

1880 actually illus. Church, Moser
  1. 80 ; Frost (as 1880 but actually 1895 --and JCHarris Preface and Dedication 1896 should be 1895)
  2. 83 ; Church, Beard
  3. 89 ; Kemble
  4. 92 ; Frost
  5. 05 ; Frost, Condé, Ver Beck
  6. 07 ; Condé
  7. 10 ; Condé
  8. 18 ; Frost, Condé
  9. 48 ed. English

stated copyright dates: (perhaps some first published without illustrations?) 1 80 1895 ... 2 1881 83 ... 3 none 4 92 ... 5 1903 04 05 ... 6 1906 07 ... 7-9 as above


As of 2016-09-09 we have biog/bibliog data for all six illustrators

el Beard 225340 ; NO OTHER works, full name at EN, W.H. at LC --? (no urgency)
LC (7), other works unlikely here ; this work "Illustrated by Church and W.H. Beard" o[38]
el Church 225339 ; F.S. is variant --NEED canonical F.S. (F. or Frederick or Frederick S.?) ; (A Wonder Book T1338999 T1244644 as F.S. o[39]) (1881 UK reprint Legends as F. Church and J. Moser o[40]) (this work probably uncredited o[41])
Twice-Told P286245 p272-342 (4 stories not included in 2-vol 1842 "expanded" ed. o[42]), namely the last four in 1897 ed. ; 1965 Airmont is 32 stories
LC (29),
el Condé 225342 (J.M.) ; NO OTHER works, fullname probably unknown --OK
el Frost 225338 ; Arthur B. and A.B. are variant --NEED canonical A.B.
el Kemble 225341 ; NO OTHER, E.W. at EN and LC --? (no urgency)
LC (89), other works uncertain here (Knickerbocker's History [43]) ; this work probably uncredited o[44]
el Ver Beck 130668 ; several other works; fullname is appropriate --OK

and

J.H. Moser [45] --nidb; James H. per LCCN 85-153024

Church and Moser, NY: D. Appleton & Company

The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus Formats [46]

Richard Chase introduction should be 1955, so signed

"The tales in this edition have been left as Mr. Harris wrote them. Our concern has been with the folktales only, and not with his songs, ..."
"Practically all of the illustrations which originally accompanied these tales have been included in this edition--the beloved drawings of A.B. Frost, Frederick Church [F.S.], J.M. Conde, E.W. Kemble, and W.H. Beard." ; signed 1955

JCH, Introduction, [xxi]-xxvii "J. C. H. [1880]"

JCH, Preface and Ded ..., [xxxi]-xxxii "Joel Chandler Harris [1896(sic)]"


Publishers Osgood etc

One in a series of publishers or imprints (per Wikipedia):   Ticknor and Allen   William D. Ticknor and Company   Ticknor, Reed, and Fields   Ticknor and Fields (son Howard M. succeeding William D. Ticknor, 1864)   Fields, Osgood, & Co.   James R. Osgood and Co. (dissolved)

James Ripley Osgood (1836–1892) then founded Houghton, Osgood, and Co., which became Houghton, Mifflin, and Co. [HMC]; and later "a second J.R. Osgood & Company", which became part of HMC; and later yet Osgood, McIlvaine, & Company. -- Wikipedia

Fields, Osgood, & Co.

Hurd and Houghton

Houghton Mifflin (no variant until 2007/2009)

James R. Osgood and Co. --both companies, which both used title page "Boston // James R. Osgood and Company"

Osgood, McIlvaine and Co. (London!)

Ticknor & Fields EN imprint of HM, bad Note
Ticknor & Fields / SFBC 1991!
Ticknor and Company EN
Ticknor and Fields EN, bad Note
Ticknor, Reed and Fields
Ticknor, Reed, and Fields


A Wonder-Book o[47] and others as "Ticknor, Reed, and Fields"; Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Children's Literature and Childhood.


misc

Project?

tag Title records (magazine by year) "non-genre"

note Publication records (single issue) "Non-genre magazine ..."

apparently no subtitle


[48] Ghosts I Have Met

needs statement of source of illustrator credits needs interiorart for the other 4 stories


what works should be included?
how should "Author
Editors of [some magazine]" be used?
how should "Author
[some pseudonym]" be used?

Do Uncle Remus stories belong here? if not, because talking animal stories for very young children? if so, would it qualify without the frame story, or be excluded as folklore? (frame story has no spec-fic content)

Does the Winnie-the-Pooh series belong here? if not, because talking animal stories for very young children? or because

Does A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys belong here? (Hawthorne retells some Greek myths within a frame story) if so, would it qualify without the frame story, or be excluded as mythology? (frame story has no spec-fic content)

el    Richard Chase, ed. Bio:Richard Chase Author:Richard Chase 157742 (29) 
el   .J. M. Condé

Richard Volney Chase LCCN n50036228 https://lccn.loc.gov/n50036228 (15) GND 1070800503 BNF cb123318183 SUDOC 032251246


Ahasuerus 2011 on Mythology, Fairy Tales [49]


A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys o[50] "4th"; o[51] "7th"; o[52];

HDL provides stated "3rd ed" (1885, no cover) and 7th, 8th (no year, original cover) 8th
7th, 8th front covers show "The Wonder Book"

A Wonder-Book and Tanglewood Tales [for girls and boys] 1910 o[53] archive.org; 2011 P344974 (Contents lack 1851 preface) Gutenberg #35377

Three books 1883 archive.org 1891

1852[54] 1853[55][56]

1872Septimius needs canonical title


Hammatt Billings, 4 books (3 by Grace Underwood) credited as Billings

illustrations by Billings
engravings by Baker from drawings by Billings
Baker-Smith, Uncle Tom o[57]
William Jay Baker, Wonder-Book o[58]

RETURN to demigod files, demigod diaries (espy Steve James and intro Letters) --and verify? RETURN to good-natured bear, a Tale Curious Stories P385137 (and Title with dead link)

Should a (child) pseudonym Author record be nearly empty, with almost all information only in its (parent) canonical Author record? Perhaps all fields should be empty except: Canonical Name, Transliterated Name, Family Name (used for alphabetization only?), Working Language?

James H. Moser (?) VIAF https://viaf.org/viaf/23511607

William Jay Baker (?) VIAF https://viaf.org/viaf/28524147/#Baker,_William_Jay


Harper's Young People

Harper's Young People https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harper%27s_Young_People cover subtitle An Illustrated Weekly ; from 1879-11, monthly from 1893

" In April 1895, the magazine changed its name to Harper's Round Table and changed its target demographic to teenaged boys. The magazine ceased publication in 1899."
some available at Google Books
ABFrost one illustrator [59]
HDL limited selection [60] [61]

shows weekly XV:757 as of 1894-05-01;

1894, 6months May-Oct
1885, VI, 12 from Nov 1884 (index of illustrations, general --neither lists names)
1886, VII, from Nov 1885 ; 5c, $2.00
1882 III, from Nov 1881 ; 4c, $1.50
1887, VIII, from Nov 1886 ;
1886-06-27; wrapper p1-4, interior p545-60
numerous single issues from U Michigan
X 2, from 1889-05-07
XI 1, from 1889-11-05

6 month half-volumes from November 1879

[Nov79] AB AB ab IV V [Oct/Nov84] ab ab ab IX -b [Oct/Nov89] a- XII XIII XIV -b [Oct94] (HDL holds 15 of 30 half-volumes 1879-11 to 1894-10)
(uppercase Princeton; lowercase Indiana, Harvard; ab, vol VI duplicated)

Vol II from Princeton U, no covers, paginated 1-832 = 52@16

Catalogued as Harper's Round Table [62] from U Chicago or U California, many vols

superficially vols 4-20 except 7 10 12 14
if so then we lack 10a 12 14 15a (6 of 30 half-volumes)

Vol IV Chicago is not indexed, includes The Boy Travellers, eg p840[63]; same California is bound, indexed

Vol 16 1894/95 spans the renaming as Harper's Round Table; Project Gutenberg has the latter half of the year under the new title [64]

8-page supplement 1883-10-30 p833-40 begins "Favorite Books for the Holiday Presents" by Helen S. Conant 833-35, another 835, centerfold 836-37, "Books Suitable for Holiday Gifts" 838-39, five illustrations incl 1 from The Boy Travellers part V p840

p839 Harper's Young People: (11); The Fairy Books: (11) incl Idleways 75c and Fairy Tales of All Nations $2.00
p838 incl Harper's Young People bound $3.00 (vols II-IV only; vol I out of print)

The Lost City p785 806 817

p785-87, title page story 5c $1.50, one illus. uncredited but signed "Thulstrup" p785
p806-08, Chapter II, one illus.
#209 p817-19, title page, one illus.

Vol I at Project Gutenberg

Harper's Young People no. 1-55; Harper's Round Table no. 809-835 = vol 16b

"More issues are available through catalog search." (not explored -11-08)

Scribner's Mag.

28240

Scribner's Magazine, Vol. I (Jan-Jun 1887) <a href="http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.32044092678713?urlappend=%3Bseq=5">title page at HDL</a>

covers and frontisplates are variously included or excluded in digital copies of bound volumes

as digitized from Harvard University copy of volume 1 (one of three e-copies at HDL as of 2016-07-14), Covers and frontispiece of January number are missing but Feb to Jun are present and Mar to Jun are intact

top line of front cover, eg "Vol. I. No 4.   April 1887   Price 25 cents"
Scribner's Magazine [colophon: April] Published Monthly with Illustrations
bottom two lines identify publishers Charles Scribner's Sons New York // F. Warne & Co. London (the latter truncated) <a href="http://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.32044092678713?urlappend=%3Bseq=399">front cover, Apr 1887</a>

blank first page p[385] (reverse of portrait plate?) is stamped "[occluded] Mar 25 1887 Library" (catalogued or received?)

copy 2, U Michigan generally lacks covers but includes, following p[1]-768, the front cover of 1.6 June, both sides in excellent condition, list of 1.6 contents, and most of an advertising supplement, evidently, numbered pp. 2-27 and 40, of which the first advertises the binding service for volume 1 <a href="http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015030597440?urlappend=%3Bseq=782</a>, $0.75 plus $0.30 return postage

copy 3, U California --simply p i-viii and 1-768

"The Magic Flight in Folk-lore" H. E. Warner, I.6 (Jun 1887) p[762]-66 UCal p762


EN; Jan 1887 to May 1939 (107 semiannual volumes?) Charles Scribner's Sons

(Charles) Scribner and Co.; after 1871 death reorg as Scribner, Armstrong, and Co.; from 1878 Charles Scribner's Sons.


Scribner's Magazine

Catalog record 1 [65] complete, or nearly so, Vols. 1-72, 1887 to 1922 ; Vols. 1-105, 1887 to 1939, but 73-105, 1923-1939 no view

3 copies of some vols.

Catalog record 2 [66]

about 60 of 72 semiannual volumes 1887 to 1922 , all from Princeton

1905

Jun 1905 XXXVII 6; Mary R. S. Andrews p698-713 at HDL, illus. B. West Clinedinst (5 paintings? inclg 3 full-page)

Vol. 37 probably six 128-page issues; that is, 128 numbered pages ... 641-768

As bound Title page -- Scribner's Magazine: published monthly with illustrations -- Charles Scribner's Sons, New York // William Heineman, London Copyright page -- Copyright, 1905, by Charles Scribner's Sons iii-viii, Contents of Scribner's Magazine, vol. 37

Published in Scribner's Magazine 37.6 (June 1905) p698-713 with illustrations by B. West Clinedinst (5 inclg 3 full-page). From the long first paragraph where Philip Beckwith awakens from a dream to the vision of one of his mother's people? ancestors? : "Could it be that a little ghost ... had joined the gay troop of his boyish visions and slipped in with them through the ivory gate of pleasant dreams." HDL


Volume 1 at HDL -- F. Warne & Co., London -- "No Haid Pawn", p410-17


"No Haid Pawn" Thomas Nelson Page 410-417 ss https://lccn.loc.gov/n80037026 (100)

768 pages; no. 4 presumably 385-512 ; 515 Scribner's Magazine: published monthly with illustrations (no cover illus.) 1.5 May 1887 25 cents

"pages 513 and 514" as digitized comprise three leaves back/front covers and frontisplate

as bound, Contents p.iii-vi followed by p3


Putnam's Mag.

Series 26695
Published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1853-57, 1868-70, 1906-10; merged with Emerson's, Scribner's Monthly, and Atlantic Monthly respectively
-- W

not in ISFDB:

Putnam's 1 + Emerson's United States Magazine => Emerson's ...

Putnam's 2 + Hours at Home [nidb] => Scribner's Monthly => Century

Scribner's Magazine

Putnam's 3 => Atlantic


Scribner's Monthly absorbed the second incarnation of Putnam's Monthly at ISFDB

  1. 1853-57 HDL (6 of 9 vols) ; last two years ed. F. L. Olmsted
  2. 1868-70 , 6 vols. HDL (vols 2, 6) Putnam's magazine of literature, science, art, and national interests
  3. Oct 1906--Apr 10, 7 semiannual vols. HDL

Putnam's Monthly Magazine of American Literature, Science and Art Published by G. P. Putnam, G. P. Putnam's Sons distinguished by "publishing only American writing" (where Harper's reissued much from British magazines)


Putnam's --long title in 2nd incarnation only?--

Vol VI (numbers 31-35) at HDL
[67]
(31 Jul) p9-128 followed by Putnam's Monthly Advertiser 311-318 + 1 + ? 321-326
(32 Aug) p129-240
(33 Sep) p241-352
(34 Oct) p353-464, bottom half "Announcement of a New Magazine" HDL Scribner's will "be issued about the 15th of October for the month of November"; to all subscribers in lieu of Putnam's 36 Dec; will bill $3.00 for annual subscription beginning Dec
Advertiser includes Scribner's Monthly prospectus HDL "will take the place of Putnam's Magazine and Hours at Home
Advertiser includes Lee & Shepard, Through the Looking Glass, simultaneous, $1.25 or $1.50 full gilt sides and edges; uniform with Alice's Adventures HDL

"New Publications for the Fall of 1870" -- "New Illustrated Juvenile Books Now Ready" -- "in press for immediate publication"

(35 Nov) p465-568, bottom "A Change of Base", from the present editor P. G. HDL

1st series, Jan 1853 to Sep 1857 (vols. 1-10)

Vol. I, title page as bound Putnam's Monthly Magazine of American Literature, Science, and Art at Cornell
Vol. I, No. I (Jan 1853) Putnam's Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, Science, and Art at Cornell

Ten semiannual volumes Vols. 1-10, Numbers 1-54 [when so numbered? on covers only?]

Cornell provides full view

-- front cover, No. XXV, July 1855, states "10 cents"

2nd series, Jan 1868 to Nov 1870 (vols. 1-6)

Vol. I, title page as bound Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National Interests. New Series. at Cornell
Vol. I, No. I (Jan 1868) Putnam's Magazine of Literature, Science, Art, and National Interests at Cornell

Cornell University Library provides full view of interiors (in CUL framing material, as vols. 11-16)

3rd series --complete at HDL?

Vol. I


Scribner's Monthly

26755

Nov 1870 to Oct 1881 (11 annual volumes?) ? Scribner & Co. "Scribner's Monthly was published from 1870 to 1881. Scribner's Monthly was later moved to another publisher, and was renamed The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine."


Century Mag.

28233
  • (The) Century Magazine EN; [: Illustrated Monthly Magazine]; also Macmillan and Co., London

HathiTrust Digital Library The Century illustrated monthly magazine [=all&lookfor[]=century%20magazine&ft= complete or nearly so for vols 23-86 (1881 to 1913), plus some more

vols generally begin Nov and May

Index to The Century Magazine; Vol 51, New Series 29 (nov 95--apr 96), [iii]-viii; p[1]-960

Kipling, The Brushwood Boy, p265

evidently 29.2 (dec 95) 160 [1-2]+[3]-320+Supplement A1-A4 photos - advertising supplement, namely four full-page illus. from Ladies Home Journal with captions and price ($1.00/.10)

no covers nor price statement (UMich copy)

HU copy includes some covers (51.1 front, 51.3-6 both?) nov 95 jan 96 35 cents

As of Vol. 51 (or New Series vol 29, which excludes Scribner's), the 25th anniversary volume

Vol. 86/64 (from May 1913) -- HU, Cal, Ind copies apparently identical, no covers

page-lengths 158, 162, four at 160

Vol. 99; 864pp = 6x144

Vol. 23, New Series 1; index [iii]-viii, 1-960


<a href="https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006057380">One catalogue record</a> (not the only) at HathiTrust Digital Library (HDL) shows a full view, complete or nearly so, for 1881-1913 (Vols. 23-86), plus several later vols.

All as The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, still in use April 1920 (vol 99 no 6)

All 64 vols, 32 yrs, apparently 160 pages included in the pagination

other records

007923382 same?
(best?) 000544996 most of vols 1-105, 1870-11 to 1923-04
no hit for "illustrated monthly magazine" in vols. 119-120 as digitized
105.1 (UCSC) 1-960; cover "Century for November 1922"; title page "The Century Magazine" Contents for November, 1922 ($5.00/.50; $5.60 Canada, etc); p[3] "The Century Magazine"; advertising pages + 1-160
105.2 163-68 "The Thin Queen of Elfhame" by Cabell
99 1-864 plus advertising supplement (1)-104 ; frontispieces no longer paginated thus 864+[12]+[104]
bound t.p. full title; "Index to The Century Magazine"; p1 "The Century"; running header The Century Magazine
cover and contents/p1 titles evidently vary; still bound as "The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine" as of Vol. 104, 1922
011827677
006057379


UK

Pearson's Mag.

25986

Windsor Mag.

26410
Pearson's Magazine
(The) Windsor Magazine

The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women


1901 Vol. XIV same pattern Vol 14 (where HDL collection resumes)

1902 Vol. XV, No. 2 to Vol. XVII, No. 1 Vols 15 and 16, completed May and November, as bound (NYPL copy at HDL)

Pages [iii]-vi (Index) and [1]-804 Pages [iii]-vi (Index) and [1]-714 Length by issue 210 (December 1901), four at 120 each, and 114 (May 1902); Five at 120 each, and 114 (November 1902). December 1902 is p[1]-210 in the next volume.

1903 Vol. XVII, No. 2 to Vol. XIX, No. 1 Vols 17 and 18, completed May and November, as bound (NYPL copy at HDL)

Pages [iii]-vi (Index) and [1]-804 Pages [iii]-vi (Index) and [1]-714 Length by issue 210 (December 1902), four at 120 each, and 114 (May 1903); Five at 120 each, and 114 (November 1903). December 1903 is p[1]-210 in the next volume.

1904 Vol. XIX, No. 2 to Vol. XXI, No. 1 Vols 19 and 20, completed May and November, as bound (NYPL copy at HDL) Pages [iii]-vi (Index) and [1]-804 Pages [iii]-vi (Index) and [1]-714 Length by issue 210 (December 1902), four at 120 each, and 114 (May 1903); Five at 120 each, and 114 (November 1904)

October 1904 Vol. XX, No. 5 Page-count 120 represents frontispiece p[481-82] and p483-600, the only content of this issue as bound. Non-genre magazine, only known SF content listed.

531-44, illustrated by Henry Austin 27226 per Index

Vol. XXI frontispieces 2, 212, 332, 454, 576, 698

Vol. XXI, No. 124 (April 1905) - faux cover at HDL sixpence

Vol. XX, No. 120 (December 1904) - faux cover at HDL "Xmas Number" one shilling

Ayesha: The Return of "She"; serial from December 1904 (c) 1904 in the United States; 27-46, 237-54, 365-85, 499-511, 617-37, 745-64 (to be continued)

Cover images Dec 1904, Apr 1905, May 1905 Dec 1904 contents "Yearly Subscription ... post free to any part of the world, 9s. 6d."

Communications address: "The Editor, 'Windsor Magazine', Warwick House, Slaisbury Square, E.C."

xxx: Spalding Gold Medal Racket 32/- ; Copyright Detective Stories 0/6 (six-penny novels); ... Rudge-Whitworth bicycles betw 5 and 16 L

May 1905 contents (p. xxxix of lii)


Vol. XIII Editor's Scrap- 155, 275, 395, 515, 626, 751

numbers end 160, 280, 400, 520, 640, 754 (160, four @ 120, 114)



These magazines published some Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling

Pearson's

The Leopard, Apr 1902-04, p446-50 (not first) HDL, ill. Verbeck (3)
The Crab, Aug 1902-08, p209-13 (first publication; as "The Crab That Made the Tides") HDL, ill. Lawson Wood (4)

p1-740 plus Index [741]-42; to 112 224 336 448 560 (not 672 but 740)

Windsor

LCCN: 2008-570150 The Windsor Magazine, Rudyard Kipling extracts 1901-1904 -- including 3 Just So Stories
The Elephant's Child, Feb 1902-02, p333-40 (not first) HDL, ill. Frank Ver Beck (11)
The Cat, Oct 1902-10, p483-90 (not first) HDL, ill. Cecil Aldin (5)
Tabu Tale, Sep 1903, p363-71 (6)
"Wireless" (first publ?) -- we say Scribner's, August 1902
Stalky & Co., serial 1898-99

full view at HDL from NYPL copy

1903/04 Vol. XIX title page as bound The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women

[iii]-vi Index
  1. front plate + 3-120
  2. 121
  3. 241
  4. (Sep) 361, Tabu Tale 363-71 HDL, ill. L. Raven-Hill (6)
  5. 481
  6. 601-714 (6 pp. short)


Cecil Aldin, ill. 204078 EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n82032660 (40)

Oliver Herford, ill. 233241 EN (418)

L. Raven-Hill, ill 233327, Leonard Raven-Hill EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n85321766 (12)

Stalky & Co., Kipling
Kipps, Wells (Pall Mall v36 1905) --serial nidb UK http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/861527 US http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1344678

non-genre, cartoonist

Frank Ver Beck, ill. 130668 EN (31)


Lawson Wood, ill., Clarence 123640 EN (6)

 ?

B. West Clinedinst, ill. nidb, Benjamin West Clinedinst‏ EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n89103602 (10)

non-genre

E. Boyd Smith, ill. 233079, Elmer Boyd Smith 1860-1943 https://lccn.loc.gov/n82116415 (77) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n82-116415 VIAF=2703176

1905 Nov The Story of Noah's Ark picture book, 1st children's book 05-34691 HDL
The Enchanted Forest --submitted
Snorri's Edda o[68]


Johannes Gehrts, ill. 202221 EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n79007641 (3) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n79007641/

http://www.worldcat.org/identities/viaf-95844706


Arthur H. Buckland, ill. 191159, 1900 and 1901 illustrations for this book apparent at HDL https://lccn.loc.gov/n2015010998 (1) http://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n2015-010998 VIAF=91852679 LCCN=n2015010998 VIAF=95838672 ULAN=500025469 VIAF=200994297 (Arthur Herbert) SUDOC NUKAT Wikidata


John Hassall, ill. 226289 EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n95001823 (10)

Wouldbegoods ill.

Buckland and Hassall

190? 4th printing o[69] --19 leaves
1958 Benn 256p o[70]
1968 o[71]
1974 Benn 256p 051016076X

Blampied and Hassall

1925 Unwin "Colour frontis by Blampied plus 7 b/w plates by Hassall" (per bookseller)

o[72]

1923 10th, uncredited

1921 uncredited o[73]; HathiTrust o[74]

Wouldbegoods


Edmund Blampied, ill. nidb EN

1940 Peter Pan o[75] "Newly illustrated by Edmund Blampied"

https://lccn.loc.gov/nr88010200 --NEED at EN VIAF=306338919 LCCN=nr88010200 GND=116199164 VIAF=95838162 ULAN=500025390

https://www.amazon.com/Blampied-Peter-Pan-original-illustrated/dp/B001E3LGD2/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1468870075&sr=1-1&keywords=blampied+peter+pan+1940


"These picture are right, for the most part colored etchings of a dreamlike quality." -- May Lamberton Becker, below

[76] May Lamberton Becker NY Herald Tribune 1940-11-03 pH8

Peter Pan and Wendy, Blampied, Scribner's 216p $3.50
the only hit for Blampied 'Peter Pan'; none for Blampied 'Peter and Wendy'

Formats o[77] 1939 to 1956 "The Blampied ...

advert The Observer 1939-12-17 p4 [all caps] Blampied's Newly Illustrated Peter Pan notice Manchester Guardian 1939-12-22 p3 The Blampied Edition of Peter Pan Hodder & Stoughton 216p 25/-, 12 col 17 b/w illus


Blampied, above

Harrison Fisher, ill. 209808 EN n85141703 (LC is down)

C. M. Relyea 189982 EN https://lccn.loc.gov/no96051522 (LC is down)




JCH Uncle Remus 1880 Formats (from 1880)

Grosset & Dunlap 1880 P558740 - specious

o[78] as 1881 (c) 1880
o[79] as 1881 First ed., first state

Hartford Courant 1880-11-29 p2 (one newspaper with serial column?)

the book is now out "Mr. Frederick S. Church and Mr. James M.[?] Moser have furnished some capital illustrations ... (D. Appleton & Co.: New York. Brown & Gross: Hartford.)"

[80] Atl Const 1880-08-06 p2 explains

[81] Atl Const 1880-11-25 p2; "Now Ready" per advert by Appleton "F. S. Church" "J. H. Moser of Georgia"[sic]

[82] Atl Const 11-26 p1; sold out second day per NY papers of Tuesday (3000?)

Book Notices The Globe 1880-12-24 p4; Hart & Rawlinson, Toronto


Frederick Orin Bartlett, wri 125453 niW

1909 Golden Spider US; illus. Relyea 189982
1909 Can o[]
1912 UK o[83] Relyea Blampied - not in newspapers
2009 Gutenberg o[84] Relyea Fisher 209808

ASK about joint and several illustrations

Toronto: McLeon & Allen, illus. uncredited --capsule The Globe (Toronto) 1909-06-12 p14

Frederick Orin Bartlett

in its second edition -03-
Joan of the Alley his first per NYT
"as lurid a melo-drama ... as the most fervent lover of furious fiction could wish for" --Hartford Courant 1909-04-05 p17
Rider Haggard-style plot --The Sun
next month; Boston 0219; NYT 0220 pBR105 "The book is uncommonly well illustrated by Mr. Harrison Fisher and Mr. Charles M. Relyea."
NYT 0220 "latest publications"; DET 0227 advert $1.20 by local bookstore; Cin 0301 "new publications"; NYT 0313 Boston Gossip "in its second edition"; ordered from Can and Aus

Grosset & Dunlap edition 51ngmvmikML.jpg

Gutenberg #29104 is Grosset & Dunlap! 46 278 304 (one of 4 Bartlett titles)

probably color front. by Fisher, b/w by Relyea

http://www.ladybluestocking.com/Harrison%20Fisher/Web%20of%20the%20Golden%20Spider/Web%20of%20Golden%20Spider.htm --solved! Facsimile Dust Jacket (Small Maynard & Company)

http://www.loyalbooks.com/book/Web-of-the-Golden-Spider describes Grosset & Dunlap

https://archive.org/details/webgoldenspider00massgoog Small, Maynard & Co. -- this archive.org copy is "Second printing, February, 1909"; shows text spans 1-354


Babette Deutsch, wri 22782 EN Yarmolinsky, Babette Deutsch, 1895-1982

Heroes of the Kalevala: Finland's Saga, Babette Deutsch Fritz Eichenberg Julian Messner 238p $2.50 (per May Lamberton Becker)

later expand synopsis? or list review?


Williamsons --NEED en.wiki (non-genre) C.N. http://lccn.loc.gov/nb90667638 https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nb90667638/

C. N. & A. M. at EN


The Guests Of Hercules, by C. N. Williamson EN and A. M. Williamson [85] 19569 [Illustrator: M. Leone Bracker and Arthur H. Buckland] --Gutenberg News

nongenre

Edith Nesbit, wri. 5098 E N Bland Tucker EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n85097242 (145) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n85-097242 AC template fails

The Wouldbegoods (1900?), 3rd printing 1904 HDL

subtitle: Being ...
no cover
Illustrations, list of 18 including frontispiece (full-page b/w, plates not included in pagination)
331+[18]
fr^ 38^ 43^ 74= 91= 153^ 164^ 177^ 180^"1901" 202^"1901" 208^ 226? 236^ 242^"1901" 255^"1901" 268^"1901" 276^"1901" 301^

Wouldbegoods

1968 Benn 051016076X

Adrian Ross, wri. (pseud) 62131 EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n83044564 (41)

Deathdate

gilbertandsullivanarchive.org British Musical Theatre, "adapted from The Encyclopedia of the Musical Theatre by Kurt Gänzl" [86]
"Sunday" (09-10) per British newspapers 1993-09-12 The Scotsman, The Manchester Guardian
U of Cambridge Alumni Database, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography [87]
"today" (09-11) per Associated Press, London 09-11 (notice or obituary in many US newspapers 1993-09-12)

Justin Huntly McCarthy, wri. 115704 EN https://lccn.loc.gov/n88654900 (89) https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n88-654900 AC template fails


Abbie Farwell Brown, wri 223893 EN

"Her sister Ethel [Clare/a Brown?] became an author and illustrator under the name Ann Underhill."
mother Clara Neal Brown contributed to The Youth's Companion EN
1901-09 $0.85 The Lonesomest Doll [88] advert by the publisher
1902 coll. T1952229 -- 1st ed. done

In the Days of the Giants $1.10; school ed. 50 cents --per contemporary advertisement of the 1904, below

2006 Dover ed. https://lccn.loc.gov/2006040281 vii+148 --submitted

COLLECTION or novel?

1904 coll. T1989634 1st ed. PV Chavey The Flower Princess HDL
https://lccn.loc.gov/04024500 links HDL

2 or 4 originally published in The Churchman (first two), 1 in Brown Book (last)

illustrations front-p31 (MEW), tp (PSH); 10 (MEW) 18 Margaret Ely Webb 56 (PSH) 86 (PSH) 124 Ethel C. Brown ; f/b endpapers (PSH) ; cover (PSH)

Contents

  1. 1 flower - three illus MEW The Churchman
  2. 45 little - one illus PSH The Churchman
  3. 67 mermaid - one illus PSH
  4. 103 ten - one illus ECB Brown Book, Boston
1914 genre? https://lccn.loc.gov/14016943 218p links HDL; ill Birch


The Strand Mag.

multi-Series 123565, London and New York eds.

New York

U California, vol 18, no 103; Aug 1899 to Jan 1900 [89] (to p720 + Index 721-24); "Curiosities" feature implies 120pp each

London

vol 18, no 103; Jul 1899 to Dec 1899 [90] to p804 (to p800 + Index 801-04); "Curiosities" features shows December a long issue

--includes distinct p696-774 (79 pages); p796 in the closing article "Curiosities" is distinct

may the former be an American edition?

latter is nearly complete from U Michigan alone, 64 semiannual vols 1891 to 1922

Princeton includes some vols with first numbers dated Aug, Feb

former show first numbers dated Aug, Feb

1 The Strand Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly; ed. Geo Newnes; Vol. I. Jan-Jun 1891
21 (no vol title page) The Strand Magazine. Vol. xxi. Feb, 1901. No 121. (ends p720, no index)
31 (missing --as are 9, 12-13, 20, 24, 37 among 1891-1909)
21 Michigan; Jan-Jun 720pp, index 721-24, advertisements i-lvi(?)
21/22 Princeton; Feb 1901 -- Jan 1902; no title page or index 1-720, 1-720
22 Michigan; Jul-Dec 800 + 4

identically in the last number, HGWells The New Accelerator p622-30 ; closing with Curiosities 796-800 and 714-720 respectively (p717, 719 lacking in the former)

XXII.6, no. 132 P295183

C. J. Staniland, ill


Selected Contents

import 2017-02-20 from User:Pwendt/People/E. Nesbit, 1897 to 1913

frequent contributing writers in the database include Grant Allen, Arthur Conan Doyle, Winifred Graham (perhaps mainly non-genre), Meade & Eustace

See also User:Pwendt/People/E. Nesbit#The Strand at HDL.


illustrated by H. R. Millar

Millar as located in volume contents 2012-02

1890s: 99 in 98 of 108 issues ; 9 Nesbit

1891 ----xx xxxxxx  
3--4 xxxxxx xxxxxx
5--6 xxxxxx xxxxxx
7--8 xxxxxx xxxxx2
9-10 xxxxxx xxxxxx
1112 xxxxxx -xxx-x
1314 xxxxxx xxxxxx
1516 x-xxxx xxxx-x
1718 -xNNNN NNN-NN The Seven Dragons (7)

1900-1904: 53 in 53 of 60 issues ; 23 Nesbit

1920 SSSSSS SSSxxx Anstey/The Brass Bottle (9)
2122 -xxxxx xxx-xx
2324 x-xNNN NNNNNN The Psammead (9)
2526 SSSSSS NNNNNN Anstey/Only Toys (6); The Phoenix (6)
2728 NNNNNN N--N-- The Phoenix (7-12)

1905-1909: 54 in 54 of 60 issues ; 50 Nesbit

2930 --NxNN NNNNNN The Amulet (8)
3132 NNNN-- xx--xN The Amulet (9-12), The Enchanted Castle (1)
3334 NNNNNN NNNNNN The Enchanted Castle (2-12)
3536 NNNNNN NNNNNN The House of Arden (11)
3738 NNNNNN NNNNNN Harding's Luck (11)

1910-1914: 47 in 47 of 60 issues ; 22 Nesbit

3940 ------ -----N (meanwhile Spencer Pryse illustrates The Magic City, 11)
4142 NNNNNN NNNNNx The Wonderful Garden (11)
4344 xxxxxx xxxxNN /Russian Wonder Tales ... Wet Magic (part 1)
4546 NNNNNN NN-xxx Wet Magic (parts 2-9)
4748 xxxxxx xxxxx-

1915 only: 6 in 6 of 12 issues

4950 xxx-x- --x--x (meanwhile W. Heath Robinson illustrates 6 stories for children)

1891 to 1915: (found) 259 credits in 258 of 300 issues ; 104 Nesbit (including 87 in 9 major serials)

1916-1917 (Contents partly illegible)

51 (one earlier and) 652n [age 47; Robinson age 44]
52 (none)
53 (none)
54 (none)


bold = written by Nesbit

"--" represents the issue in which Millar illus. not found

Illustrations by H. R. Millar in The Strand (skim Contents 1897-1913)
Vol #found notes
1 2 p -- -- -- -- 552f 628p
Vol I index includes Children's Stories, 6 listings inclg 1 illus. Millar; others illus Gordon Browne 2, John Gu:lich 1 [issue 1:1], Alan Wright 2)
2 6 p 103s 210f 319p 426r 536f 564f
3 6 p 92f 258f 313r 425h 535s 639h
4 6 p 101a 209i 315i 430s 531f 661f
5 6 p 84 203t 302f 418 528f 616f
index bound at back, v5 (and v4 UMichigan, illegible)
6 6 p 57f 181 319f 433g 543r 711f
7 6 p 99f 212s 322f 435 546 653g
8 7! p 97 197 325 439g 557s 693f 756
(Millar evidently not yet a children's or FFT specialist)
1895
9 6 p 69 229 346 476f 596 703g
10 6 p 56 236g 355 474 590 791f
11 6 p 116f 236 355g 476s 598 716g
12 4 p -- 232g 340-C 472p -- 777
index bound at front, v6-12
13 6 110g 232f 353f 472f 589g 790g .ASFC
14 6 190g 233g 352g 467 582g 789g .ASFC
15 5 109f -- 351f 470g 589 778 .ASFC
16 5 112 229 352 469 -- 789
17 5? p 108 The Cotton Wool Princess .ASFC
p 228 Younger
346 The Seven Dragons I to IV (maybe earliest in The Strand by Nesbit)
18 5? The Seven Dragons, V VI VII
-- 585 WhereYouWantToGoTo; or, the Bouncible Ball
784 Kind Little Edmund ... .ASFC
1900
19 6 p 3 ... The Brass Bottle, F. Anstey (6)
20 6 p 65 ... The Brass Bottle (3)
p 469-C 592g 786-C (two Cheltnam)
21 5 p -- 225f 349-C 458-Gra 586s 707
22 5 p 109f 223f 347-Cac -- 591f 783-REVernède
23 5 p 105 Maitland --
p 351 MacManus
The Psammead I to III
24 6 The Psammead IV to IX
25 6 p 103 ... Only Toys .ASFBAG, F. Anstey (6)
26 6 The Phoenix and the Carpet I to VI
27 6 The Phoenix and the Carpet VII to XII
28 4 103 Billy the King .ASFC
p 226 The Magic Ring ..., Arabian
p 317-Gra
463 The Ring and the Lamp .ASFC -- --
1905
29 4 342 Muscadel .ASFC
p 469 Carmichael
584 The Amulet .ASFC I, II
30 6 The Amulet III to VIII
31 4 The Amulet IX to XII

p 50

32 4 p 50 Forerunners of Sherlock Holmes
p 22?-C -- -- 589-Maa
785 The Enchanted Castle .ASFC
33 6 The Enchanted Castle II to VII
34 6 The Enchanted Castle VIII to XII
785 The Cat-Hood of Maurice .ASFC
35 6 102 The House of Arden .ASFC, I to VI
36 6 The House of Arden VII to XI
788 The Spy-Glass .ASFC
37 6 105 Harding's Luck .ASFC, I to VI
38 6 Harding's Luck VII to XI
829 Kenneth and the Carp
1910
39 0 (Spencer Pryse illustrated The Magic City I to VI)
40 1 (Spencer Pryse illustrated The Magic City VII to XI)
825 Accidental Magic; or, Don't Tell All You Know .ASFC
41 6 105 The Wonderful Garden I to VI
42 6 The Wonderful Garden VII to XI
p 790r (Russian Wonder Tales, first in series)
43 6 v43 p464 "The series of stories now appearing are specially translated by Mr. Post Wheeler for English-speaking boys and girls from a volumeof the best Russian Wonder Tales selected by Comand of the Czar for the use of his own children." (presumably Millar's work for The Strand for the duration)
p 104 229 338 464 590 710 (Russian II-VII in effect)
44 6 p 111-Whe 230 351 469 (Russian VIII-XI in effect)
593 The Sleuth-Worm
788 Wet Magic Chapters I-II
45 6 Wet Magic (6)
46 5? Wet Magic (2)
p -- 473g 596 785f
47 6 p 105g 226 304 473 590 708g
48 5 p 111 234g 355n 471f 590i --
1915
49 4 p 113f 234f 350b -- 590 --
(W. Heath Robinson 2)
50 2 p -- -- 350 -- -- 788s
(W. Heath Robinson illustrates 4 stories for children)
1895


not illustrated by Millar

thus not much Nesbit (for more info see User:Pwendt/People/E. Nesbit#The Strand at HDL)
2017-17/20 examined vol index 13-46 (1897-1913)

31 [index ii-iv] INDEX BOUND AT BACK OF VOLUME, v1-30 (usually)


13 14

p 319f 448 537 778 ill Shepperson

15 [index 801-04

p 635 Cutcliffe Hyne
p 289 552 775 ill Shepperson
The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings, Meade & Eustace, I to VI

16

The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings, Meade & Eustace, VII to X
p 775 Where the Air Quivered, Meade & Eustace

17 [index, 817-

p 327 Hilda Wade by Grant Allen I II III IV

18

p 449 R.E.V.
p 635 Gorgon's Head
Hilda Wade by Grant Allen, V to X

19 = 1900-01/06

345 The Cockatoucan; or, Great-Aunt Willoughby .ASFC, ill Shepperson
587 The Blue Mountain .ASFC, ill Shepperson
p 689 The Fairy with the Grey Beard, Winifred Graham, Gordon Browne, R.B.A.

20

108 Melisande; or, the Long-Haired Princess .ASFC p108-15, ill Shepperson
p 401 741 Graham
p 786 Cheltnam

21

p 225 349 Cheltnam
p 458 670 Graham

22

p 109
p 223
p 86 312 438 524 670 Graham
p 591

23 [June 1902 is vol 23, no 138)

p 224 R.E.V.
p 24 175 514 Graham

24

p 243 R.E.V.
p 71 702 Graham

25

The Sorceress of the Strand IV V VI, ill Browne
p 50 Graham
p 497 R.E.V.

26

p 200 Graham

27

p 97 Graham

28

p 317 745 Graham
p 350 Wright, ill Wright

29

441 The Power of Darkness, ill Watts
p 517 Backwards, by Upward
p 541 679 Graham

30 [index 801-804]

p 216 393 MacManus

31 [index ii-iv] INDEX BOUND AT FRONT OF VOLUME, v31-64(?)


p 22 Cheltnam
p 437 464 Graham
p 589
p 657 MacManus

Strand 31-32 (1906)

v31 Puck of Pook's Hill "Illustrations by Claude A. Shepperson, R.I." I[ p48] to VI
v32 Puck of Pook's Hill " " VII to X; last 417-24 THE END

Published as a 10-part serial January to October 1906 in The Strand Magazine 31:1--32:4, from 31:1 p48, with illustrations by Claude A. Shepperson, R.I. --credited in each volume Index, here p.ii-iv (by experience elsewhere, some signed Shepperson or CS)

Index 31 ; dnf E. Bland this volume

32

p 464 Graham
p 630 Pemberton

33 34

p 323 722 Graham

35 36 37 38

p 320 Graham
p 799 E. Bland, The New Samson

39 -- 1910

p 673 E. Bland, Number 17
108 The Magic City .ASFC, ill Pryse Ip108 to VI

40

The Magic City VII to XI
p 675 E. Bland, The Unfought Duel

41

p 467 Barry Pain, The Last Chance
p 686 E. Bland, The Cheesewring

42

p 174 Graham

43

Nesbit/Bland not found

44 The Magic World, coll. ? https://lccn.loc.gov/80023782 ill Millar, "Spencer Pryse" Formats[91]

p 3 The Lost World, Doyle ill Rountree, five parts

45

p 18 Graham

46

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