New York: V. 1; 1821 Masthead; 16mo ULS: 0. An unrecorded literary venture of poetry and stories, edited by H.I. Megarey.
(S688) WEAVERS' MONTHLY
Davenport Io.: V. 1 no. 1; May 1900 Masthead; 9 x 12 ULS: 0 An obscure, unrecorded monthly "devoted to the interests of hand loom weavers".
(42A) WEEKLY MAGAZINE OF ORIGINAL ESSAYS, FUGITIVE PIECES, AND INTERESTING INTELLIGENCE.
Philadelphia: V. 3 no. 29; August 18, 1798 Green wrappers; 5 5/8 x 9 1/4
(S689) WEEKLY SOUTHERN SPY: AN ACCOUNT OF THE EVENTS, PROGRESS AND SPIRIT OF THE AMERICAN WAR.
Baltimore: V. 1 no. 1; June 29, 1861 White wrappers; 5 3/4 x 8 7/8 ULS: 6. V. 1 no. 1-2, Je 29-Jl 6 1861. A rare and short-lived copperhead weekly published by E. A Pollard as "a constant watch upon the Lincoln government... to aid the cause of Southern liberty".
(S690) WEEKLY SPIRIT OF THE TIMES.
Philadelphia: V. 1 no. 13; November 2, 1839 Masthead; 17 x 24 ULS: 0 A newspaper format miscellany edited by John S. Du Solle.
(S691) WEEKLY WHISPER.
Washington: V. 1 no. 1; August 18, 1923 Masthead; 13 x 20 3/4 ULS: 0. A very rare weekly illustrated magazine in newspaper format, targeted to Washington's African-American community.
(SF2A) WEIRD TALES.
Indianapolis: V. 12 no. 2; August 1928 Pictorial wrappers; 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 Pages 253-260 contain "The Vengeance of Nitocris" by Thomas Lanier (Tennessee) Williams, his earliest published literary work. This is a nearly pristine copy of a very fragile magazine.
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(S692) WELLMAN'S MUSEUM. DEVOTED TO RELIGION, LITERATURE, SCIENCE, THE FINE ARTS, AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; September (1845) Masthead; 17 3/4 x 22 1/2 ULS: 0. A non-political, non-sectarian monthly published by J. K. Wellman, who also published Literary Emporium.
(S693) WESTERN: A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, EDUCATION AND ART.
St. Louis: Nsv. 1 no. 1-12; January - December 1875 Octavo ULS: 20+. V. 1-10 no. 1, Ja 1869-S 1874; nsv. 1-7, 1875-1881 A rather dry, non-illustrated monthly miscellany edited by H.H. Morgan.
(S694) WESTERN CHRISTIAN MONITOR.
Chillicothe, Oh.: V. 1 no. 1-12; January - December 1816 Octavo ULS: 13. All published. A monthly Methodist magazine edited by William Beauchamp. It also contained travels and poetry. Probably the second magazine published in Ohio, the first being Weekly Recorder, also published in Chillicothe, beginning in 1814. Mott I: 120n; Albaugh 871.
(S695) WESTERN FARMER, DEVOTED TO AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE AND RURAL ECONOMY.
Cincinnati: V. 1 no. 1-12; September 1839 - August 1840 Octavo ULS: 20+. V, 1-5, S 1839-Jl 1845. Subtitle varies. Merged into Western Farmer and Gardener. An early Ohio agricultural journal, edited and published by E. J. Hooper. Sparsely illustrated with woodcuts. Mott I: 444n.
(S696) WESTERN GLEANER, OR REPOSITORY FOR ARTS, SCIENCES AND LITERATURE.
Pittsburgh: V. 1 no. 1-6; December 1813 - May 1814 Octavo. ULS: 9. V. 1-2 no. 4, D 1813-S 1814. An unillustrated but unusually sophisticated monthly miscellany. The second magazine published in Pittsburgh, preceded only by Pioneer (S235). Most interesting are the reviews, including "Views of Louisiana", "Livingston's answer to Jefferson's justification of his conduct in the case of the New Orleans Batture" and a 24 page account of the Lewis and Clark expedition in the September issue. Edgar 219.
(506A) WESTERN MAGAZINE.
Chicago: V. 1 no. 3; December 1845 Brown wrappers; 6 3/8 x 10
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(S697) WESTERN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, MECHANIC ARTS, INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT, COMMERCE AND GENERAL LITERATURE.
St. Louis: V. 1 no. 1-12; January - December 1848. Tan wrappers (V. 6 no. 2); 5 5/8 x 9 1/8 ULS: 20+. V. 1-15 no. 5, Ja 1848-Ap 1856. In ULS and after S 1851 as Western Journal and Civilian. An early western miscellany, particularly valuable for articles about early railroad projects and the development of the upper Mississippi valley. Edited by M. Tarver and T. F. Risk. Mott II: 116.
(A698) WESTERN LITERARY JOURNAL AND MONTHLY REVIEW.
Cincinnati: V. 1 no. 1; November 1844 Brown wrappers; 6 3/8 x 9 3/8 ULS: 10. V. 1 no. 1-6, N 1844-Ap 1845. Issued simultaneously as Southwestern Literary Journal and Monthly Review (S597). A non-illustrated monthly miscellany edited by E.Z.C. Judson (Ned Buntline) and L.A. Hine. Contributions are from little-known authors, many from the editors. Later issues have good Americana content. Kribbs 885.
(344A) WESTERN MESSENGER
Cincinnati: V. 8 no. 1; May 1840 Brown wrappers; 5 1/2 x 8 5/8 An issue after the move to Cincinnati of this early transcendentalist monthly. Ralph Waldo Emerson contributed between February and July of 1839.
(S699) WESTERN MISSIONARY MAGAZINE
Washington, Pa.: V. 1 no. 8-12; September 1803 - January 1804 Grey wrappers; octavo ULS: 8 (none complete). V. 1-2 no. 12; F 1803-Ap 1805. A scarce, early religious magazine published under the patronage of the Pittsburg (sic) Synod. Issue no. 9 (front wrapper present) contains an original narrative "Of a Tour on a Mission to the Indians on Sandusky River", by Rev. George Scott. Albaugh 876.
(S700) WESTERN RESERVE MAGAZINE OF AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE.
Cleveland: V. 1 no. 1; March 1845 Gray wrappers; 5 3/8 x 8 1/2 ULS: 5. V. 1-2 no. 4, Mr 1845-Je 1846 A monthly regional horticultural magazine, edited by F.R. Elliot. This issue is illustrated with engravings of fruits.
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(S701) WESTERN STAR. A MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO THE FACTS, PHILOSOPHY, AND HISTORY OF THE COMMUNION BETWEEN SPIRITS AND MORALS.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1; July 1872 Blue wrappers; 6 1/8 x 9 5/8 ULS: 3. V. 1 no. 1-6, Jl-D 1872. One of a number of spiritualist periodicals popular at this time. Edited by Emma Hardinge Britten. Mott III: 82n.
(S702) WHAT TO EAT.
Chicago: V. 17 no. 3; September 1904 Pictorial wrappers; 6 3/4 x 11 1/2 ULS: 20+. V. 1-45 no. 9, Ag 1896-Jl 1920. In ULS and after D 1908 as National Food Magazine. Merged into Table Talk. A magazine devoted to cooking published by the Pierce Publishing Company. This issue is particularly notable for its colorful cover of a stereotypical African-American boy eating a watermelon. Mott IV: 363.
(S703) WHAT'S ON THE AIR. THE MAGAZINE FOR THE RADIO LISTENER.
Chicago: V. 1 no. 1; November 1929 Pictorial wrappers; 8 1/2 x 11 3/4 ULS: 3. V. 1-2 no. 8, N 1929-Je 1931 A well-produced, very early (the first?) monthly radio programming guide. It contains features, photographs of performers and program listings of every American radio station. This issue is contained within an embossed leather folder especially designed by the publisher. A scarce and important magazine.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1-6; October 1882- March 1883 Octavo The first volume of this monthly devoted to literature about cycling which shortly after continued as the classy and highly successful Outing.
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Boston; V. 1 no. 3; April 1895 Pictorial wrappers; 8 7/8 x 11 3/4 ULS: 0. F 1895-1902. An illustrated, highbrow, expensively produced monthly, conducted by Mary Sargent Hopkins and devoted, as the title suggests, to the interests of upper-crust female bicycle enthusiasts. Mott IV: 378.
(S705) WHITE ELEPHANT.
New York: V. 1 no. 7; December 1896 Silver and green pictorial wrappers; 6 x 9 ULS: 3. V. 1 no. 1-16, Je 1896-S 1897. No. 1-6 as Poker Chips (1061). A monthly magazine of original stories published by Frank Tousey. This is the first issue as this title. Mott IV: 117.
(S706) WILD FIRE.
New York: V. 1 no. 1-16; November 30, 1877 - March 13, 1878 Masthead; folio ULS: 0 One of the many sensationalist, illustrated weekly journals of the time which have essentially disappeared. The advertising suggests that it was published by Henry Leslie and edited by Fred J. Englehardt, who concurrently published the Illustrated Dramatic and Sporting News.
(S707) WILKES' SPIRIT OF THE TIMES. A JOURNAL OF TURF, FIELD SPORTS, LITERATURE AND THE STAGE.
New York: V. 1 no. 1-26; September 10, 1859 - March 3, 1860 Folio ULS: 20+. See Spirit of the Times for run information. George Wilkes founded this magazine after the death of William T. Porter. It shortly afterward absorbed its two competitor's of similar title and ran until 1902 as the pre-eminent sporting journal. Each issue in this volume contains items of Baseball interest in addition to reports of the "gentleman's" sports of horseracing, draughts, aquatics, hunting and fishing. Mott II: 203-04.
(S708) WILLIAMS MONTHLY MISCELLANY. CONDUCTED BY THE STUDENTS OF WILLIAMS COLLEGE.
Williamstown, Ma.: V. 1 no. 1-12, July 1844 - June 1845. Octavo ULS: 0. A 48 page monthly magazine of essays, tales and poetry. Not in Kribbs.
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(S709) WILLITS JOURNAL. FOR THE PROMOTION OF RELIGION AND MORALITY.
Philadelphia: Undated (1886); No. 1 Masthead; quarto ULS: 3. No. 1-415, 1886-1924. In ULS and after no. 1 as African's Friend for the Promotion of Religion and Morality. An annual Quaker publication funded and published by a bequeath of Charles L. Willits of $10,000, "one-half of which shall be distributed among the colored people of the Southern States of the United States, and the remainder in the Colony of Liberia, so that religion and morality be promoted".
(S710) WIRELESS AGE.
New York: Nsv. 1 no. 1; October 1913 Pictorial wrappers; 6 3/4 x 9 3/4 ULS: 20+. V. 1-12 no. 11, O 1913-Ag 1925. Supersedes Marconigraph, merged into Popular Radio. An very early and important monthly radio magazine illustrated with photographs. Articles are both technical and newsy. An expansion in scope and size from Marconigraph, published in 1912. One article is by David Sarnoff. No earlier wireless magazine has been located.
THE FIRST PERIODICAL PUBLISHED IN WISCONSIN (S711) WISCONSIN CULTURIST, AND FARMER'S AND GARDNER'S MAGAZINE.
Milwaukee: V. 1 no. 1. April 3, 1833 Quarto ULS: 0 The first magazine published in Wisconsin. A very early eight page territorial imprint, published "to be of incalculable utility to the energetic cultivators of the Western soil". Edited by W. P. Proudfit. Only 20 pre-1838 Wisconsin imprints are located in NUC. Very rare. NUC: 0387311 (1-WiH). (Thanks to David Lesser for his excellent research)
Boston: V. 1 - 2 no. 6; March 1902 - February 1903 White photographic wrappers; octavo ULS: 4. V. 1-4, Mr 1902-Ja 1904. Suspended Ap-Jl 1903. A scarce well-accomplished newsy monthly miscellany, wellillustrated with photographs, edited by John Forster Benyon. Features include articles on Elbert Hubbard and other important personalities of the day. This volume has all the covers and ads bound in.
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(S713) WIT AND WISDOM.
New York: V. 1 no. 1-26: January 20 - July 14, 1881 Masthead; quarto ULS: 7. V. 1-2 no. 22, Ja 20-D 15 1881. An non-illustrated weekly reprinting of "the fun of the day from all the New York papers and every humorous paper in the land". Edited by A. C. Wurtele and Harry J. Shellman. Mott III: 269n.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1-6; January - June 1809 Octavo ULS: 4. All published A Baptist monthly designed "to raise a fund for missionary purposes". Albaugh 899.
New York: V. 1 no 1; November 1906 Pictorial wrappers; 6 3/4 x 9 7/8 ULS: 0. A well-produced but unlisted woman's magazine published by Frank Munsey. It was billed as "a brand new magazine for woman and the home - a great big human interest magazine".
(S716) WOMAN AND BEAUTY.
Philadelphia: V. 1 no. 1; February 1914 Pictorial wrappers; 9 x 12 ULS: 0. An unrecorded woman's miscellaneous monthly, liberally illustrated with drawings, edited byAdrienne De Valois.
(S717) WOMAN'S ERA.
New Orleans: V. 1 no. 1; February 1910 Brown pictorial wrappers; 5 7/8 x 8 1/2 ULS: 0. A rare monthly illustrated "Magazine of Inspiration for the Modern Woman" edited by Margaret Elsie Cross. The articles outline the accompishments of prominent woman of the era.
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(S718) WOMAN'S JOURNAL.
Boston and Chicago: V. 1 no. 1; January 8, 1870 Masthead; Folio ULS: 20+. V. 1-48 no. 21; Ja 8 1870-My 26 1917. Superseded by Woman Citizen later Woman's Journal (N.Y). A highly important long-standing weekly "devoted to the interests of Woman, to her educational, industrial, legal, and political Equality, and especially to her right of Suffrage". Edited by Mary A. Livermore, Julia Ward Howe, Lucy Stone, Wm. Lloyd Garrison and T.W. Higginson.
(S719) WOMEN. A JOURNAL OF LIBERATION.
Baltimore, Md.: V. 1 no. 1; Fall 1969 Pictorial wrappers; 8 1/2 x 11 A radical, women's lib magazine published 5 times a year, edited by Donna Keck, Dee Ann Pappas and Vicki Pollard. The motto is "Inherent Nature or Cultural Conditioning?"
(S720) WOMEN'S POLITICAL WORLD.
New York; V. 1 no. 1; January 6, 1913 Masthead; 11 1/2 x 15 1/2 ULS: 2. V. 1-2 no. 20, Ja 6 1913-N 1 1914. An illustrated newspaper format weekly with the stated immediate object of securing Woman suffrage in New York State in 1915. The front page is largely devoted to a cartoon promoting suffrage.
A RARE CONTEMPORARY PRINTING OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION (20A) WORCESTER MAGAZINE.
Worcester, Ma.: V. 3 no. 26; Fourth Week of September 1787 White wrappers; octavo The last four pages of this issue (348-52) are devoted to a printing of the Federal Constitution. This is one of four contemporary printings located in an American magazine. The priority of this printing is uncertain but it probably precedes those in Columbian or American Museum. The rear wrapper is not present and this copy appears to be disbound from a volume. Scarce, especially so in wrappers. This title is the continuation of Isaiah Thomas' newspaper, Massachusetts Spy, which he suspended in protest of postal rates.
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(S721) WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION ILLUSTRATED. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, ART AND LITERATURE.
Chicago: V. 1 no. 1-6; February - July 1891 Folio ULS: 11. V. 1-5, F 1841-Ja 11 1896. After F 1894 as Campbell's Illustrated Monthly. In ULS and after Ap 1895 as Campbell's Illustrated Weekly. A nicely illustrated volume in the original publisher's binding. Mott IV: 99.
(S722) WORLD'S FAIR PUCK.
Puck Building, Jackson Park, Chicago: V. 1 no. 1; May 1, 1893 Pictorial wrappers; 8 5/8 x 11 ULS: 7. V. 1 no. 1-26, My 1-O 30 1893 A scarce weekly humor magazine, Joseph Keppler's last periodical, published at the fair. The effort of publishing a weekly remote from New York exhausted him and he died shortly afterwards.
New York: V. 1-2 no. 5; June 1883 - April 1885 with supplements White wrappers (v. 1 no. 1); Quarto ULS: 0. An irregularly issued (5 issues per volume) non-illustrated miscellany edited by the students of the College of St. Francis Xavier. The bound-in wrappers are devoted to advertising.
(S724) Y CYFAILL. O'R HENWLAD YN AMERICA.
Utica, N.Y.: V. 1-2 no. 12; January 1838 - December 1839 Pictorial wrappers (colors vary); octavo ULS: 12. V. 1-68, 1838-1933. In ULS as Cyfaill. A monthly magazine printed entirely in Welsh and illustrated with a few foldout woodcuts. Edited by William Rowlands.
(S725) YALE BANNER.
New Haven, Ct.: V. 1 no, 1; November 5, 1841 Masthead; 9 3/4 x 12 ULS: 0. An unrecorded student humor magazine, illustrated with a woodcut.
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(S726) YALE LITERARY MAGAZINE.
New Haven, Ct.: V. 1- 2 no. 5; February 1836- March 1837 Brown wrappers (pictorial woodcut after no. 1); 6 1/8 x 9 1/2 ULS: 20+. F 1836+ An important college monthly/semi-monthly literary magazine. The first and longest running of the major college literary magazines. This run is uncut and loosely bound with ties, with original wrappers preserved. The ownership is of Joseph B. Varnum, apparently a Yale student, who has penciled in the names of the authors next to many of the anonymous contributions. Mott I: 488; Kribbs 912.
(S727) YANK. THE ARMY NEWSPAPER.
New York: V. 1 no. 1-29; June 17 - December 30, 1942 Photographic wrappers; quarto ULS: 20+. V. 1-4 no. 28; Je 17 1942-D 28 1945. The official illustrated weekly of the U.S. Army, "by the men for the men in the service".
A RARE AND IMPORTANT POE APPEARANCE (232C) YANKEE; AND BOSTON LITERARY GAZETTE.
Boston: Nsv. 1 no. 6; December 1829 Octavo This issue contains a 4 page article entitled "unpublished poetry" devoted to lengthy pre-publication excerpts and critical acclaim of "Al Aaraaf" and other early works of Edgar Allan Poe. This also includes lengthy excerpts from "Tamerlane", here published for the first time (technically, the legendary rare first printing was never published). This is the earliest Poe magazine appearance of any length. A copy in wrappers, annotated by the compiler, is item 29 in the 1992 Poe Catalog of the Nineteenth Century Shop, priced at $3200 (our copy was purchased at Papermania, Hartford CT in 1998 for $8).
(S728) YANKEE BOYS AND GIRLS.
East Winthrop, Me.: V. 1 no. 1; November 1895 Brown pictorial wrappers; 9 1/8 x 12 1/8 ULS: 0. A cheaply produced, 12 page, unrecorded monthly children's magazine "for live young people everywhere".
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A COMPLETE RUN WITH THE RARE MELVILLE APPEARANCE (508A) YANKEE DOODLE.
New York: V. 1-2 no. 26: October 10, 1846 - October 2, 1847 Quarto ULS: 18. All published. A complete run of this rare, valuable (2000 price $3000) and desirable illustrated humor weekly. Contents in volume 2 include "Anecdotes of Old Zac" by Herman Melville. This bound volume includes indexes for both volumes, a preface and separate title page. The original wrappers are not bound in.
(S729) YANKEE FARMER. DEVOTED TO FARMING AND GARDENING, RURAL AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY, ARTS AND TRADES.
Cornish. Me: V. 1 no 1-26; January 5 - December 21, 1835. Quarto ULS: 17. V. 1-7 no. 48, Ja 5 1835-D 16 1841. In ULS as Yankee Farmer and New England Cultivator. A semi-weekly agricultural miscellany, edited by S.W. Cole.
(S730) YANKEE MISCELLANY.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1-2; January - February 1839. Octavo ULS: 4. V. 1 no, 1-12, Ja-D 1839. A scarce monthly literary miscellany with original and reprinted content. Kribbs: 915.
(S731) YOUNG AMERICA.
Boston: V. 1 no 1-12; January - December 1858 Octavo ULS: 4. V. 1-2 no. 4, Ja 1858-Ap 1859. Absorbed Excelsior. In ULS incorrectly as Young American Monthly Magazine. An non-illustrated monthly children's magazine, edited by E. C. Richardson. It contains original poetry and serial fiction. This volume is in a contemporary brown cloth publisher's binding.
(S732) YOUNG CHRISTIAN SOLDIER.
New York: V. 1-3 no. 12; December 1867 - November 1870 Pictorial Masthead; Folio ULS: 1. All Published? A well illustrated religious monthly, published by the domestic missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church. This is by far the most complete file extant.
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(S733) YOUNG CRUSADER.
Boston: V. 1 no. 1-12; January - December 1869 Pictorial wrappers; Octavo ULS: 1. V. 1-3 no. 9, Ja 1868-S 1871. A scarce illustrated juvenile monthly, probably intended for use in Sunday Schools.
*(540) YOUNG PEOPLES MIRROR AND AMERICAN FAMILY VISITOR.
New York: V. 1-2 no. 12; January 1, 1848 - December 1, 1849 Masthead; quarto ULS: 5. All published. (ULS lists only until O 1849) A well-illustrated monthly children's miscellaneous magazine edited by B. J. Lossing and published by E. Walker. The prospectus for each volume is bound in. This appears to be the most complete file extant, and the only one with a complete second volume.
(S734) YOUNG LADIES' MISCELLANY.
Utica, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1-12; August 1842 - July 1843 Octavo ULS: 2. All published. A very scarce literary miscellany. The frontispiece woodcut is identified in pencil as the Female Seminary, Utica, which may have published it. Any periodical in this era devoted to young women is unusual. ULS cites only one other complete holding. Not in Kribbs.
AN UNRECORDED WINSLOW HOMER ENGRAVING IN AN UNRECORDED MAGAZINE (S735) YOUNG SPORTSMAN.
Boston: V. 1 no. 3; March 1870 Masthead: 9 1/4 x 12 ULS: 0. An unrecorded monthy magazine, edited by Edwin A. Farwell (as per handwritten attribution), containing a front-page engraving entitled "The Boat Race" signed "WH". The illustration does not appear in Beam (Winslow Homer's Magazine Engravings, Harper and Row, 1979) or Cikovsky and Kelly, ("Winslow Homer", National Gallery of Art, Yale, 1995).
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(S736) YOUTH'S CABINET.
New York: Nsv. 1 no. 1; January 1846 Pictorial wrappers; 5 7/8 x 9 ULS: 9. V. 1-8, 1837-45. Nsv. 1- ?. Superseded by Woodworth's Youth's Cabinet. The first monthly edition of this illustrated children's magazine. ULS is unclear as to the duration of the new series.
(S737) YOUTHS' CABINET.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; January 1882 Pictorial wrappers; 7 3/8 x 9 3/4 ULS: 0. An unrecorded illustrated Catholic children's monthly. The prospectus is included.
THE FIRST BEADLE PERIODICAL (S738) YOUTH'S CASKET.
Buffalo, N.Y.: V. 1 no. 1-12; January - December 1852 Octavo in brown cloth publisher's binding ULS: 9 (2 with v. 1). V. 1-6, Ja 1852-D 1857. A scarce well-illustrated monthly children's magazine edited by Harley Thorne (James O. Brayman), important as the first periodical published by Erastus Beadle of dime novel fame. This volume is in a lovely illustrated publisher's binding. Mott II: 100, 466. Kelly: pp. 496-501.
(S739) ZELL'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
Philadelphia: V. 1 no. 1-12; October 1872 - September 1873 Octavo ULS: 6. All published. A scarce well-produced illustrated monthly miscellany published and edited by T. Ellwood Zell. It contains 115 illustrations
AN UNRECORDED LITERARY MAGAZINE (S740) ZEPHYR: A MAGAZINE OF CHOICE LITERATURE. DEVOTED TO RELIGION, MORALITY AND TEMPERANCE.
New York: V. 1 no. 1; January 1849 Brown wrappers; 7 x 11 ULS: 0. An unrecorded monthly literary miscellany edited by Francis R. Reeve. It contains original contributions by Reeve and a few minor authors as well as a poem by John Quincy Adams. An illustration is promised for the next issue, mostly likely never published. Not in Kribbs.
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