KAUFMANN

Issue of 'The Commercial Travelers' Home Magazine' including original illustrated articles on 'The King of Museum Builders' Prof. Henry Augustus Ward, the German-American trick-cyclist N. E. Kaufmann, and the 'Leviathans of the Deep' [steam ships].

Author: 
William Mill Butler, editor [with contributions by William T. Hornaday; J. Macdonald Oxley; Helen Chauncey; Harry Kenmore; Horatio Bliss, Stephen Crane; Alan Merriman]
Publication details: 
The Commercial Travelers' Home Association of America, Binghamton, New York. Vol. VI, No. II. February 1896.
£250.00

8vo, paginated 147-261, with frontispiece, and preceded by 16 and followed by 11 pages of advertisements. In original pink wraps, printed in black and red. In fair condition, on lightly-aged paper, in worn and chipped wraps. The article on the naturalist Professor Henry Augustus Ward (1834-1906), by William T. Hornaday, is titled 'The King of Museum-Builders' (pp.147-159, with frontispiece); that on Nicholas Edward ('Nick') Kaufmann (1861-1943) is by Harry Kenmore, and titled 'The Champion Trick-Rider' (pp.185-193); and that on 'The Leviathans of the Deep' (202-210) is by Alan Merriman.

Syndicate content