Scribner's Magazine Vol. XII, No. 2; August 1892
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1892, Wraps, , , Very Good
pp. 1-28 (ads), pp. 132-264, pp. 29-92 (ads). Small tears and chipping and folding at edge of wraps, rubbing at top and bottom of spine, else fine. Contents: ''I have Followed the Currents under the Branches'' (frontispiece) drawn by C. Delort, engraved by F. A. Pettit; Stories of a Western Town--I. The Besetment of Kurt Lieders--Octave Thanet, Illustrated by A. B. Frost; Faded Pictures--William Vaughan Moody; A Riverside Parish--Walter Besant, [the fifth article in the series on The Poor in Great Cities], Illustrated by Hugh Thomson; Sun in the Willows--Harrison S. Morris; When the Century Came In--Mrs. Burton Harrison; After the Battle--Edgar Mayhew Bacon; Icebergs--N. S. Shaler, Illustrated by W. L. Taylor, engraving by Heard, Van Ness, Varley, Merrill, E. H. and George Del'Orme. ''As One Having Authority''--H. C. Bunner, Illustrated by J. C. Smedley; Jack-In-The-Box--T. R. Sullivan; Guerin's Centaur--Mrs. James T. Fields, Illustrated by C. Delort, engraving by Peckwell; The Triumph of Marie Violette--Duncan Campbell Scott, Illustrated by Chester Loomis; Children's Rights--Kate Douglas Wiggin; A Little Parable--Anne Reeve Aldrich; How I Sent My Aunt to Baltimore, A True Story--Charles Stewart Davison; Historic Moments: Driving the Last Spike of the Union Pacific--Sidney Dillon, With illustration from a photograph; The Point of View--A Lack of Faith in Literature--The Deucalion of Tahiti--The Perfect Person in Fiction--A Provision for Age.