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McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) comic books

    • Front cover detached 40%. Back cover detached 30%. Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Slight.

    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. 212 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

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    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. 212 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

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    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. 212 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

    • Paper: Off white
    • Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Slight.

    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. 212 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Jun 1898
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Jun 1898
    • 2" Cumulative spine split. Heavy water damage.

    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. 212 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Mar 1906
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Mar 1906

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    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. Some highlights of this issue include "Exiles" by Harvey J. O'Higgins, "A Matter of Principle" by Samuel Hopkins Adams, "Arizona Nights" by Stewart Edward White, "A Grief Deferred" by Alice Brown, plus much more. Illustrations by N. C. Wyeth, Thomas Fogarty, C. W. Ditzler, W. J. Aylward, W. L. Taylor. 7-in. x 10-in., slick paper, approx 330 pages, black and white (text with illustrations and photos). Cover price $0.10.

    • Paper: Off white
    • Front cover detached 50%. Back cover detached 50%. Cover Wrap Detached. Water damage: Extensive. Staple rust: Extensive.
  • Jul 1909
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Jul 1909
    • 6" Cumulative spine split. Cover nearly detached.

    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. 212 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Nov 1910
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Nov 1910

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    McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. Cover by J. C. Sommers. "Masters of Capital in America" by John Moody & George Kibbe Turner, "The Adventures of Miss Gregory" by Perceval Gibbons, "More Reminiscences: Some Reflections on Shakespeare's Heroines" by Ellen Terry, plus much more. Illustrations by Frederic R. Gruber, Maynard Dixon, W. Hatherell, Hanson Booth, Wladyslav T. Benda. 7-in. x 10-in., slick paper, approx 330 pages, black and white (text with illustrations and photos). Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1913
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Apr 1913
    • Full length spine split (taped). Cover mostly detached. Tape on interior of cover. Staple rust.

    April 1913. McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine. This issue features "Making £10,000" by Talbot Mundy with illustrations by Clarence Underwood. Also includes "Morgan's Partners" by George Turner, "The Little Booster" by Wallace Irwin, "The Man in the Passage" by Gilbert K. Chesterton, "Why Children Work" by Helen Todd, "The Amateur Gentleman" by Jeffrey Farnol, "The Autobiography of an American Jew" by Abraham Cahan, "The Sixty-First Second" by Owen Johnson, "Aribaud's Two Wives" by Leonard Merrick, "The Reward of Enterprise" by Ward Muir, "The Crack of the Whip" by John Swain. Cover by Charles Dana Gibson. Interior illustrations by Gibson, Clarence Underwood, James Montgomery Flagg, William Hatherell, Herman Pfeifer, Frederic Dorr Steele, William Berger and Jay Hambridge. 6 3/4-in. x 9 3/4-in., 232 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jan 1914
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Jan 1914
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Spine split seal.

    January 1914 - Volume 42(XLII), Issue 3 - McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine comprised of investigative news articles (often credited as being the origin of muckracking journalism) and fiction stories by popular authors of the day. 6 3/4" x 9 7/8", 204 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

    • Paper: White
    • Front cover detached 50%. Back cover detached 60%. Water damage: Slight.

    July, 1914. McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine. This issue features "The Highest" and amazing and unforgettable story by the author of "You Can't Get Away From Your Grandfather" and "The Grouch", Wallace Irwin with illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg. "His Day Off" beginning a group of short stories by McClure Magazine new-comer, Henry Kitchell Webster, illustrated by Dalton Stevens, "The Radium Robbers" - the story of Fanny Gordon's most dangerous adventure, her duel with the Prince of Paris thieves, Arsene Lupin - Written by Edith Macvane with artwork by Will Foster, plus many other McClure exclusive short stories. Cover by Clarence F. Underwood. Interior illustrations by Everett Shinn, Will Foster, May Wilson Preston, Alexander Poponi, Frederick Steele, Graham Cootes, Harvey Dunn, Lucius Hitchcock and R.M. Crosby. 6 3/4-in. x 9 3/4-in., 214 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

    • Paper: White
    • Front and Back Cover Detached. Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Slight.

    September, 1914. McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine. This issue features the 1st chapter of Samuel Merwin's novel of a woman in revolt, "The Honey Bee". Other stories include "My Story" by Mrs. Charles Becker, "The Shower" by Henry Kitchell Webster, "My Attempt to be a War Correspondent" by Alice M. Williamson, "A Gentleman's Agreement" by Wallace Irwin, "A Sea of Troubles" by P.G. Wodehouse, "The Last Christian" by George Kibbe Turner, "The $100,000 Salary Man of the Movies" by Edward Mott Woolley, "The Futurist" by George A. Birmingham, and many others. Cover by Clarence Underwood. Interior illustrations by Everett Shinn, Will Foster, May Wilson Preston, Alexander Poponi, Frederick Steele, Graham Cootes, Harvey Dunn, Lucius Hitchcock and R.M. Crosby. 6 3/4-in. x 9 3/4-in., 204 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.15.

  • Jul 1915
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Jul 1915

    Volume 45, Issue 3 - July, 1915. McClure's was a popular mass-market magazine. This issue features the true story of a woman married to a drunkard - and a gentle man in "The Woman Behind the Bottle" with illustrations by F. Walter Taylor. Other stories include "The Shoes of Mathewson" by Grantland Rice, "The Conquest of America in 1921" where author Cleveland Moffet paints a vivid picture of the fierce fighting at Trenton and naval fighting in the Caribbean, as found in the notebook of James E. Langston, who was a war correspondent for the London Times - beautifully illustrated by Henry Reuthrdahl, "K" the story of a great mystery, a wonderful girl, and - "K" written by Mary Roberts Rinehart, "Handsome Mr. Smith" by George Weston, "One Day - And Another" by Dana Gatlin, "Twelve Dollars" by Wilson Preston, "Beltane the Strong" by Jeffery Farnol, and a full page of Charlie Chaplin expressions registered by Chaplin Himself. Cover by Clarence Underwood. Interior illustrations by Everett Shinn, Will Foster, May Wilson Preston, Alexander Poponi, Frederick Steele, Graham Cootes, Harvey Dunn, Lucius Hitchcock and R.M. Crosby. 6 3/4-in. x 9 3/4-in., 88 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • November, 1920. McClure's was a popular monthly magazine that helped direct the moral compass of the time. Cover by Neysa McMein. Includes: Cover story by Julian Street, "Japanese Impressions" Part I, with numerous period photos; and "The Life Story of Clyde Fitch" popular Broadway playwright. 10.25" x 14". 68 pages. B&W. Cover price $0.25.

  • Feb 1924
    McClure's Magazine (1893-1929 S.S. McClure) Feb 1924

    February, 1924. McClure's was a popular monthly magazine that helped direct the moral compass of the time. Includes: Cover story by Captain Frank Hurley, "Hunting the Head-hunters" a famous explorer's own diary of his recent adventures in unknown New Guinea; and "Hilary Sword's Revenge" how one man sought vengeance for a woman's perfidy. 10.25" x 14". 130 pages. B&W. Cover price $0.25.

    • Spine panel missing. Water spotting.

    February, 1924. McClure's was a popular monthly magazine that helped direct the moral compass of the time. Includes: Cover story by Captain Frank Hurley, "Hunting the Head-hunters" a famous explorer's own diary of his recent adventures in unknown New Guinea; and "Hilary Sword's Revenge" how one man sought vengeance for a woman's perfidy. 10.25" x 14". 130 pages. B&W. Cover price $0.25.