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The Vermonter Magazine 1903 (Twelve Issues -- Full Run)
1 The Vermonter Magazine 1903 (Twelve Issues -- Full Run)
St. Albans, Vermont C.S. Forbes 1903 soft cover Good to Very Good Very good 
Twelve issues -- a full run of this historic Vermont magazine for the year 1903. All are clean and tightly bound with the following faults: chipping to the bottom edge of front cover of one, browning to edges of white cover of another, light fading to cover edges of all of the brightly colored covers, and wrinkling to first page of the issue with the chipping which we were able to flatten in book press. Interiors of some shows toning to paper at edges and one has a snip missing off corner of one page. Among the topics covered are: Catholics, Protestants, Jews , Unitarians and Universalists in Vermont; Vermont's military history to date; History of Vermont's medicine and surgery; the scenic attractions of Vermont; Vermont's educational history; dedications of memorials in Fairfield and Stowe; the town of Bradford; China at War with the World written in two parts; and the Vermont State Grange. Also, nice is the spotlight on Vermont's fair women. Magazines measure 7-1/4"x10-1/4". Other early issues available. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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The Vermonter Magazine April, 1905 (Grand Army Number)
2 The Vermonter Magazine April, 1905 (Grand Army Number)
St. Albans, Vermont Charles S. Forbes 1905 Vol. X, No. 9 Card cover Very good condition 
This is a very nice issue both in terms of condition and content. There is only light toning to cover -- the pages are clean and bright and the magazine shows no wear to spine. The issue is devoted to the Grand Army of the Republic and how it impacted the state of Vermont. One of the most important players was Col. Wheelock G. Veazey who was commander-in-chief of the Grand Army and is pictured at front across from the introduction article of this magazine written by ex-governor, Frederick Holbrook. Text is ample and and has many portraits of distinguished military men of the day and prior to those in the Civil War. I counted 22 pages about the GAR. Nice ads also capture the culture of the turn of the century. Magazine measures 7" x 10" 
Price: 16.95 USD
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The Vermonter: A Well-Spring of New Thought, Experience and Illustration (July-August, 1906)
3 The Vermonter: A Well-Spring of New Thought, Experience and Illustration (July-August, 1906)
White River Junction, Vermont Charles R. Cummings 1906 Volume XI, No.12-13 Soft copver Good-plus 
Other than a small repair to the upper spine at front cover the magazine is very nicely kept. The repair feels as though it was done with archival tape which doesn't turn brown and is very subtle. The magazine tends to focus on a theme -- in this case it's about luring travelers to the state with hotels. The rest is about various areas of interest -- Manchester in the mountains, Lull's Brook, a mountain directory, Elmore Mountain, the charm of Memphremagog, and the story of Grass Mount, a stately home in Burlington. There's also atrue story of Vermont titled Moonlight and A Bear. the magazine has many photos and is clean and tightly bound. It measures 6-1/4" and 9-3/4". Nice ads at back. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Vermont In the Navy: The Vermonter Magazine October, 1905
4 Vermont In the Navy: The Vermonter Magazine October, 1905
St. Albans, Vermont Charles S. Forbes 1905 Vol. XI, No. 3 Card cover Good condition 
This is one of the early Vermonter Magazines which is focused on one subject predominately. The 1905 Vermont magazine theme of October, 1905 is Vermont in the Navy which includes several articles -- The Launching of the Battleship "Vermont"; President Theodore Roosevelt on the U.S. Navy;the Honorable Charles H. Darling, Assistant Secretary of the Navy; and the Retirement of Rear-Admiral Charles E. Clark.The magazine measures 7" x 9-1/2" and shows a small bit o toning to edges. The magazine is clean inside and tightly bound. I have quite a few of these and am hoping to get the ones already here in their own category ASAP. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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The Vermonter A State Magazine September, 1902 (Modern St. Albans), Forbes, Charles S.
5 Forbes, Charles S. The Vermonter A State Magazine September, 1902 (Modern St. Albans)
St Albans, Vermont Charles S. Forbes 1902 Septembernumber soft cover Very good condition 
I love this magazine -- very few provide a focus and stick with it from page one to done. This one is all about the city of St. Albans, Vermont. The reason for this choice is the fact that 1902 was the year that St. Albans went from the status of town (incorporated in 1859) to full-sized city. There's lots of pictures in these 70 pages, plus great ads for St. Albans products and services. The city is located near the Canadian border. The long article offers much history and information about its evolution. The magazine measures 7"x 10" and is clean and tightly bound. Only fault is a small bit of toning to margins of front cover. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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The Vermonter A State Magazine, June, 1902 (A Study In Bird-Loving), Forbes, Charles S. (editor)
6 Forbes, Charles S. (editor) The Vermonter A State Magazine, June, 1902 (A Study In Bird-Loving)
St. Albans, Vermont Charles S. Forbes 1902 soft cover Very Good Condition 
I love this magazine -- very few provide a focus and stick with it from page one to done. This time the subject is "bird-loving". It's not about hunting -- it's focused on walking with your eyes open and maybe with a camera. The funny thing is there's not a picture of a single bird. It's all for you to imagine in the beautiful scenery. The author is Lucy Dunbar Denison and she had trekked all over the state to write this long article about the various birds she discovered and loved. If you're a birder this one's for you! 
Price: 16.00 USD
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