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The Cosmopolitan Magazine March 1903 (Beauty and the Stage, Beauty at 50, Police of Europe)
1 The Cosmopolitan Magazine March 1903 (Beauty and the Stage, Beauty at 50, Police of Europe)
Ne York Cosmopolitan Magazine Co. 1903 Volume XXXiV, Number 5 soft cover Very good 
Very nice clean, tightly bound magazine with a complete spine stip. The yapped edges have been trimmed, but they did their job keeping the pages pristine. The advertising at both front and back is fun in itself, but there's also much to read, including four complete pieces of fiction. There's two articles about beauty -- one as related to actresses (who out-earned their male counterparts)and also beauty and the 50 year old woman. Other topics include police systems in Europe, The Young Napoleon, and Von Lenbach the painter. 
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Hearst's International combined with Cosmopolitan August 1933 (Alexander Woollcott on Dorothy Parker), Baldwin,Faith; Wodehouse. P.D.; Hurst, Fannie; Buck, Pearl; Bailey, Temple; Woollcott, Alexander
2 Baldwin,Faith; Wodehouse. P.D.; Hurst, Fannie; Buck, Pearl; Bailey, Temple; Woollcott, Alexander Hearst's International combined with Cosmopolitan August 1933 (Alexander Woollcott on Dorothy Parker)
New York City International Magazine Company 1933 Midsummer Fiction number soft cover Good condition 
Many magazines of the day combined efforts to stay in business. This marriage of Hearst's and Cosmopolitan manages to attract big names and good topics. Wow -- this one has superb contents. The issue was noted as the Midsummer Fiction Number, so expect some good stories including two short complete novels. There are also good articles -- Alexander Woolcott takes on Dorothy Parker while Fannie Hurst told about President Franklin Roosevelt's appointment of Ruth Bryan Owen as envoy to Denmark. There's also a great piece on traveling by the new motor buses. Magazine is clean inside and tightly bound. The only real defect is the darkness at the lower front cover which I tried to clean with a document pad, but failed to make a difference. Overall it's still a keeper though! 
Price: 20.00 USD
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The Cosmpolitan Magazine December, 1903 (Christmas Number), Barbour, Ralph Henry; Wharton, Edith
3 Barbour, Ralph Henry; Wharton, Edith The Cosmpolitan Magazine December, 1903 (Christmas Number)
1903 Vol. XXXVI, Number 2 Soft cover Very good 
I was so happy to find a copy of this magazine still hanging on to the overhang known as the yapped edge. They always get tiny tears, but some end up falling off in spots and then are clipped by the owner. This one has the tiny tears, but they've been repaired by me with discreet archival tape. This is a good issue too with two stories by well known authors -- "A Christmas Courtship" by Edith Wharton and illustrated by Rose Cecil O'Neill, the artist who gave us the kewpie doll; and "A Christmas Surrender" by Ralph Henry Barbour. Articles cover these topics: New York City's Wonders in 1909; Captains of Industry (Norton Goddard, Francis Henry Clergue); Zigzag Toboganning; home-made windmills in in Prairie States; and Zion The Capital of the Jewish Nation. Magazine measures 7" x 9-1/2" and is clean and tightly bound. 
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Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan Magazine (May, 1933), Buck, Pearl; Ferber, Edna; Bailey, Temple; Woolcott, Alexander
4 Buck, Pearl; Ferber, Edna; Bailey, Temple; Woolcott, Alexander Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan Magazine (May, 1933)
New York International Magazine Company 1933 No. 563 soft cover Good condition 
So many famous names in this issue! Pearl Buck begins with an article titled "Easter 1933." Next comes an Edna Ferber story titled "Keep It Holy"; an article about Walter Winchell by Alexander Woolcott; and Temple Bailey's serial Enchanted Ground Part IV. Other items of interest include an article about gold discovery, a world-wide symposium about religion and if it was fading; and a complete mystery novel titled "Penthouse" by Arthur Somers Roche. This is nice magazine, tightly bound with just a few faults -- two tears to bottom of spine and some darkening to the area. I glued both and added a small piece of non-browning archival tape to keep it tight. There is also a small bit of light foxing to the lower front edge and some toning along the closed side of the first page and some creasing to upper back corner which I ironed flat and mended on the reverse side with non-browning archival tape to stabilize it. Magazine measures 8-1/2" x 11" and has 174 pages. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan July, 1931, Lewis, Sinclair; Sabatini, Rafael et al
5 Lewis, Sinclair; Sabatini, Rafael et al Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan July, 1931
New York International Magazine Company Inc. 1931 Vol. XCI, No. 1 soft cover Good condition Fisher, Harrison (cover art) 
This issue of Cosmo paired with Hearst is a literary gem. It looks like the editor pulled out all the stops and let the literature roll on. Here's the whole list of authors appearing here with a short story: Sinclair Lewis, Fannie Hurst, Irvin S. Cobb, W. Somerset Maugham, Rupert Hughes, Faith Baldwin, Rafael Sabatini, Holworthy Hall, Elinor Glyn, George Ade, Virginia Dale, O.O. McIntyre. John Held Jr., and W.B. Seabrook. There's a lot of stories, but there' also some nonfiction, one of which I read -- a true story by a woman who was condemned to be hung for a murder she didn't commit. The magazine measures 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" and has 190 pages. 
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The Cosmopolitan Magazine September, 1903 (Civil War Jubal A. Early; Sir Thomas Lipton America's Cup; Elbert Hubbard), Lipton, Sir Thomas; Hubbard, Elbert
6 Lipton, Sir Thomas; Hubbard, Elbert The Cosmopolitan Magazine September, 1903 (Civil War Jubal A. Early; Sir Thomas Lipton America's Cup; Elbert Hubbard)
New York Cosmopolitan Magazine Company 1903 Volume XXXV Number 5 soft cover Very good 
This is an especially great issue, as there are THREE major pieces -- an article by Sir Thomas Lipton about his efforts to win the America's Cup; an article about the well-known Confederate Jubal A. Early; and A Study of the Servian Tragedy by Elbert Hubbard. All are illustrated. There is a lot to read here including, but not limited to, architecture as a profession, the education of a debutante, and How to Win A Man by Lavinia Hart. There's also a mistake on the contents page which is the front cover -- I'll let you discover it! The magazine is clean as a whistle tightly bound and retains its complete spine strip. Measures 6-3/4" x 9-/2". 
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Cosmopolitan Magazine August, 1924 (Harrison Fisher cover), Roche, Arthur Somers; Trehune, Albert Payson; Morris, Gouveneur; Norris, Kathleen; Churchill, Winston S.
7 Roche, Arthur Somers; Trehune, Albert Payson; Morris, Gouveneur; Norris, Kathleen; Churchill, Winston S. Cosmopolitan Magazine August, 1924 (Harrison Fisher cover)
U.S. A. International Magazine Company 1924 Vol. LXXVII, No. 2 soft cover Good condition 
Handsome cover art by Harrison Fisher and a line at the bottom cover advertising Part I of the new Arthur Sommers Roche novel, "The Pleasure Buyers" set the stage for the rest. Inside you'll find dog expert, Albert Payson Terhune's article "This Proves to Me That Dogs Do Think"; Gouveneur Morris's story "Lady Bluebird"; ; Kathleen Norris's "The Girl Who Wasn't A Lady; and Winston S. Churchill's article, "My Dramatic Day With the Kaiser In All His Glory." Magazine measures 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" and has 180 pages 
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Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan Magazine (August, 1936), Ronehart, Mary Roberts. Rex Beach. Alexander Woollcott.
8 Ronehart, Mary Roberts. Rex Beach. Alexander Woollcott. Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan Magazine (August, 1936)
New York Hearst Magazines Inc. 1936 All-Star Midsummer Fiction Number Soft cover Very good condition 
Very nice, colorful cover art rendered by Bradshaw Crandell titled "Vacation Days. there's much to read -- one whole novel length story, a couple serials, and eight short stories, plus ten articles. Nonfiction topics include: Aviation's Last Frontier; The Good Companions (Woollcott); Go Spa Hunting This Summer; Without Prejudice; I'm Footloose but Who Said Free?; The Countryman's Year; How To Worry Successfully; and A Kitchen In Paradise. There's also An American Doctor's Odyssey. A special story is "The Man Who killed His Wife" by Mary Roberts Rinehart. 
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Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan Magazine (November, 1925), Roosevelt, Theodore; West, Rebecca; St.John, Adela Rogers; Maugham, Somerset; Norris, Kathleen    (Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan Magazine November, 1925)
9 Roosevelt, Theodore; West, Rebecca; St.John, Adela Rogers; Maugham, Somerset; Norris, Kathleen (Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan Magazine November, 1925) Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan Magazine (November, 1925)
New York International Magazine Company 1925 Vol. LXXIX, No. 5 soft cover Very good Condition 
It must have been a happy day when this issue turned up in the mail. It's like having a book and a magazine all in one. Rex Beach, a popular writer of the day, has a complete novel here titled "Padlock: A Novel About Today's Morals." But what's really good is the list of well-known authors. Theodore Roosevelt tells the story of the journey he and his family took to "unknown Asia." Rebecca West had a provocative title for her submission -- "I, Rebecca West, Regard Marriage With Fear and Horror!" The others include Somerset Maugham's, "The Great Man"; Kathleen Norris's No. VIII in her serial novel The Heart of Juanita. And, lastly, there's a memoir about Wild Bill Hickock and Buffalo Cody, among other childhood heroes. The magazine measures 8-1/2" x 11-3/4" with a whopping 230 pages!The spine strip is still intact and the pages are tightly bound. There is creasing to lower front corner, but I re-enforced it with non-browning on the reverse side archival tape on the reverse side to keep it from snapping off. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan Magazine, May, 1934 (Harrison Fisher Cover), Runyon, Damon; Parker, Dorothy; Maugham, Somerset; Vance, Louis Joseph; Wodehouse, P.G.
10 Runyon, Damon; Parker, Dorothy; Maugham, Somerset; Vance, Louis Joseph; Wodehouse, P.G. Hearst's International Combined With Cosmopolitan Magazine, May, 1934 (Harrison Fisher Cover)
U.S.A. International Magazine Company Inc. 1934 No. 575 soft cover Very Good condition Fisher, Harrison; Tjhorne, Diana 
There's sure a lot f famous names in this issue! First of all, there's the cover illustration by Harrison Fisher, but it's the introduction to many literary lights. Diana Thorne, considered still one of the best artists to depict animals, rendered a two-page spread of drawings from a dog show with pithy commentary by the great Dorothy Parker. Somerset Maugham checked in with a story titled "The Best Ever"; Damon Runyon added a boxing story "Bred for Battle"; and P.G. Wodehouse submitted Part V of his serial "Thank you , Jeeves!" There's also a complete novel in this issue, "False Cards" by Louis Joseph Vance. Magazine measures 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" and has 184 pages. 
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