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An old time magazine dated March,1917; this magazine is a real find for anyone who is interested in the early 1900s.

There are many stories and ads that will intrigue you. For example Eugene V. Debbs, Henry Ford and Dorothy Gish are featured; Debbs began contributing to the magazine in this issue.

A little about 1917
1 President Wilson was about to ask congress for permission to enter world war I.

2 Babe Ruth was still a Red Sox.

3 Ty Cobb was 10 years into a career that would last until 1928.

4 World series was won by the White Sox, a further note this was the same team in 1919 that threw the series to the Reds

5 Homes costs less the two thousand dollars.

6 cars manufactured by ford cost 366 dollars


This is the list of articles:
Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v37 #3, March 1917] (15¢, standard) [DKL]
193 • Bled White • The Editor • ar; presumably Frank Harris.
196 • An Announcement • Anon. • ms; “with this issue Eugene V. Debs becomes a regular monthly contributor”.
197 • Riley the Hoosier Poet and Interpreter • Eugene V. Debs • ar
204 • The Antagonists: Snapshots Behind the Lines • Anon. • ct
205 • The Decent Thing to Do • Frank MacDonald • ss
210 • Bernard Shaw’s Religion: A Lecture • John Cornell • ar
213 • The Truth About Goodnow • Maryland Allen • ss
218 • The Swan-Song of Youth: Ernest Dowson • Frank Harris • ar
224 • Joseph Bender — Gentleman • Jane Whitaker • ss
229 • Song of the Weary Traveler • Blanche Shoemaker Wagstaff • pm
230 • Jack London: A Man of a Thousand Lives • Herbert Fowler • ar
234 • Love’s Mirage • Adriana Spadoni • ss
240 • A Peasant Dies “Somewhere in France” • Gertrude Cornwell Hopkins • pm
241 • The Telegraphers — The Union That Tried “Being Good” • A. M. Simons • ar
248 • Types of Beauty • Anon. • ct
249 • Fighting the High Cost of Living • Harris Weinstock • ar
252 • Crimes of Charity — II • Konrad Bercovici • ar; “from a book to be published shortly by Alfred A. Knopf”.
257 • The Fate of the Thirty Millions • James Fuchs • ar
263 • The Night Court Inquisition • Frank Harris • ar
270 • Music • Carlo Edwards • ar
274 • The Editor’s Page • Anon. • ed; Frank Harris, presumably.
275 • With Our Readers • Anon. • lc; Frank Harris, presumably.
277 • Public Ownership • Carl D. Thompson • cl
279 • Through the Editor’s Eyes • Anon. • ed; Frank Harris presumably.
281 • Books • Courtenay Lemon • br
284 • Market Manipulations and Machinations • George Stuart Smith •*

Title Pearson's Magazine

Publisher Pearson's Publishing Company

Dated March, 1917

note all pages and ads are in magazine( see above for particulars)

Condition pages are cracking on cover due to age, spine is slightly rubbed, back cover is stained, there is browning due to age.

*http://www.philsp.com/homeville/FMI/t1104.htm source

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