The Argosy Saturday, July 6, 1889. Vol. VIII, No. 6; whole no. 344
The Argosy Saturday, July 6, 1889. Vol. VIII, No. 6; whole no. 344

The Argosy Saturday, July 6, 1889. Vol. VIII, No. 6; whole no. 344

New York: Frank A. Munsey & Company, 1889. [1], 162-192 p.: illustrations; 27 cm. Lacking wrapper. At various times this weekly publication was also called Munsey's Magazine, Argosy All-Story Weekly, and Munsey's Weekly. This issue contains: "Arthur Helmuth of the H. & N. C. Railway" [chapters 5-7] by Edward S. Ellis -- "The White Mustain; A Taile of the Lone Star State" [chapter 38, conclusion] by Lieut. R.H. Jayne -- "Lost on the Great Belt" by Sterry Egerton; -- "The Young Editor" [chapters 17-19] by Matthew White, Jr. -- "Why We Celebrated the Night Before: A Fourth of July Story" by William Murray Graydon -- "Refuge Island; or, Lost in the Pacific" [chapters 27-29] by Harry Collingwood -- "Every Inch a Boy" [chapters 39-40] by Oliver Optic -- "The Braganza Diamond" [chapters 24-27] by James Otis -- and no. 24 in the series "Prominent American Lawyers" on Senator Joseph E. Brown from Georgia. Includes various references to baseball and the Fourth of July. Lacking wrapper; otherwise in Good Condition: first and last pages slightly soiled; lower corners lightly creased thoughout; lower edge of last two leaves slightly chipped and soiled; otherwise pages are clean and tight. Good. Item #001315

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