The Bay State Monthly (1884 - 1886) The Century (1881 - 1899) The Continental Monthly (1862 - 1864) The Galaxy (1866 - 1878) Harper's New Monthly Magazine (1850 - 1899) The International Monthly Magazine (1850) The International Monthly Magazine (1850 - 1852) The Living Age (1844 - 1900) Manufacturer and Builder (1869 - 1894) The New England . The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from May 1928 (v. 156 no. Its success helped launch several other magazines and established Harper & Brothers as a prominent publishing company. Digitized from IA1513818-02 . Next issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1875-12_52_307 . Incudes an interesting article, "Southern California" with many illustrations of the people and their houses (includes the main street of Los Angeles and a plaza in the old town of San Diego. (17% off), Sale Price $21.60 Digitized from IA1513722-07 . Harper's New Monthly Magazine (now known as Harper's Magazine or simply Harper's), is the oldest monthly magazine in the U.S.The magazine was founded in June 1850 by Harper & Brothers, which also published Harper's Weekly (a news magazine) and Harper's Bazaar (a lady's magazine known for its fashions). Sponsored. Loves Labor Lost. Vol. Harper's Magazine 1960-02: Volume 220 , Issue 1317. Condition: Very Good, Published by New York, First Edition. Harper's New Monthly Magazine Volume 21 June to November 1860. Biblio is a registered trademark of Biblio, Inc. Help Support Independent Used Book Stores, Harper's New Monthly Magazine: August 1887, Vol. Original Price $30.00 Collectibility is at its greatest in issues from the 1850 founding up through the 1940s, with the key issues being those including key contributions by the key writers of the time. . COMPLETE AND ORGINAL ISSUE. Both the Bazaar and the Weekly were also published by Harper & Brothers and will be covered separately on this site. In 1962, Harper & Brothers merged with Row, Peterson & Company, becoming Harper & Row (now HarperCollins). Vivid descriptions and illustrations of the crowd and various games of chance. I am much pleased by it, but I am unable to accept anything except by permission of the American editor. When Lang later receivedKing Solomons Mines, Langs tone is slightly less formal, though he still uses Mr. in his address: Dear Mr. Rider Haggard, I have got so far as Sir Henrys duel with the king. Very good in wrappers with mild wear to edges and 2 narrow strips with address glued to front, chipping to spine extremities, and tear to front fold at spine. On June 17, 1980, the Star Tribune announced it would cease publishing Harper's Magazine after the August 1980 issue, but on July 9, 1980, John R. MacArthur (who goes by the name Rick) and his father, Roderick, obtained pledges from the directorial boards of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Atlantic Richfield Company, and CEO Robert Orville Anderson to amass the $1.5million needed to establish the Harper's Magazine Foundation. Manage your privacy settings. (20% off), Sale Price $25.50 Previous issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1875-11_51_306 . Quite obviously to us in retrospect Harpers Magazine would outlast them all. [23][28], James Marcus assumed the post of editor in 2016. Next issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1875-04-24_19_956 . 85 (July 1892): 213. Harpers was also a showplace for the talents of Walt Whitman and other poets of the day. 82 (Mar. Harper's Magazine is found online at:, Wikipedia:, Harper's Magazine 1045-7143 Former titles (until 1976) USA United States, Harper's Monthly Magazine 0361-7815 (until 1913) USA United States, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 0361-8277 (until 1900) USA United States, International Magazine of Literature, Art, and Science 8755-2418 Which incorporated (1850-1852) USA United States, International Miscellany of Literature, Art, and Science Which was formerly (until Dec.1850) USA United States, International Weekly Miscellany of Literature, Art, and Science (until Oct.1850) USA United States, Total Views 61,607 (Older Stats), Total Items 3,372 (Older Stats), Harper's Monthly Magazine 1916-12: Vol 134 Iss 799, Harper's Magazine 1950-10: Vol 201 Iss 1205, Harper's Magazine 1875-04-17: Vol 19 Iss 955, Harper's Magazine 1956-04: Vol 212 Iss 1271, Harper's Magazine 1863-04-11: Vol 7 Iss 328, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1875-08: Vol 51 Iss 303, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1875-01: Vol 50 Iss 296, Harper's Magazine 1875-10-16: Vol 19 Iss 981, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1871-04: Vol 42 Iss 251, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1857-11: Vol 15 Iss 90, Harper's Magazine 1870-10-01: Vol 14 Iss 718, Harper's Magazine 1872-01-20: Vol 16 Iss 786, Harper's Magazine 1875-02-13: Vol 19 Iss 946, Harper's Magazine 1876-09-16: Vol 20 Iss 1029, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1876-09: Vol 53 Iss 316, Harper's New Monthly Magazine December 1875-May 1876: Vol 52 Table of Contents, Harper's New Monthly Magazine December 1884-May 1885: Vol 70 Table of Contents, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1875-10: Vol 51 Iss 305, Harper's Monthly Magazine 1907-08: Vol 115 Iss 687, Harper's Magazine 1960-02: Vol 220 Iss 1317, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1874-09: Vol 49 Iss 292, Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1873-10: Vol 47 Iss 281, Harper's Magazine 1876-10-07: Vol 20 Iss 1032, Harper's Magazine January-December 1974: Vol 248-249 Index, Harper's New Monthly Magazine June-November 1876: Vol 53 Table of Contents. New York: Princeton UP for the Newcomen Society in North America, 1950. pp. X.-Lake Champlain and the New England coast by Benson John Lossing [Article] Coal and coal-mining by Henry D. (Henry Darwin) Rogers [Fiction] 1879. Published by Harper & Brothers, New York.. Harper's Magazine 1956-04: Volume 212 , Issue 1271. AfterHarpersbecame more established, it began publishing American authors and providing details on technological innovations, womens suffrage, and politics. [13][14] Lapham left two years later, after 28 years as Harper's editor-in-chief, and launched Lapham's Quarterly. Due to a planned power outage on Friday, 1/14, between 8am-1pm PST, some services may be impacted. Next issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1863-04-18_7_329 . Initially, it published pirated works by English authors like the Bront sisters and Charles Dickens. This page is maintained for The Online Books Page. Harper's Magazine is a monthly magazine of literature, politics, culture, finance, and the arts. Andrew Lang was London editor of Harper's in 1884 but dismissed from the position in November of 1885. Can't remember the title or the author of a book? Harper's Magazine 1870-10-01: Volume 14 , Issue 718. Shes Come for an Abortion. A fair issue overall, with both covers missing, chipping to the spine edges, internal binding solid, paper lightly yellowed, but a dampstain to the exterior spine area which goes through to about half the pages. Previous issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1960-01_220_1316 . This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) First Edition. Single issue. Capture a web page as it appears now for use as a trusted citation in the future. Besides Melville, contemporaries and successors that we also now find in the classics bin included Nathaniel Hawthorne, Anthony Trollope, Mark Twain, and Thomas Hardy. Next issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1870-10-08_14_719 . You may see the Online Books Page entry for Harpers Magazine. . $36.00, $40.00 US $17.10Expedited Shipping. Uploaded by Its weekly counterpart can become very expensive, especially during the Civil War years, due to the beautiful illustrations on its covers and within. Please see scans of the item you will receive. A good, clean, sturdy issue overall with minor shelf wear and exterior soiling, significant chipping to the spine and cover edge, internal binding solid, paper lightly yellowed, but dampstaining to the fore-edge margin. Kyle Brinlee, 21, who was killed when his vehicle ran over an improvised explosive device (IED) in Afghanistan. However, there are some issues that collectors consider significant. What is the Value of your Harpers Magazine? Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. 77 (June 1888): 3. Illustrated. Harpersis an American monthly magazine dedicated to literature, culture, arts, politics, and finance. Its also home to a whole host of one-of-a-kind items made with love and extraordinary care. From 1900-1925, it was called Harper's Monthly Magazine; in 1925, the title was shortened again to Harper's Magazine. The Antique Trader Vintage Magazines Price Guide notes stories by Melville contained in Volume 3 bound (part of The Whale or as we know it better today Moby Dick), September 1854 and February 1866. 1872, Charles Reade; Miss Thackeray; Wilkie Collins; Others. Condition: Good. The first press run of Harper's Magazine7,500 copiessold out almost immediately. Original Price $40.00 Harper's has been the subject of several controversies. WorthPoint is the largest resource online for identifying, researching and valuing antiques. . Andrew Lang vs. W. D. Howells: A Late Victorian Literary Duel.Journal of American Studies. London as a Literary Center. Vol. Educating the Proper Woman Reader: Victorian Family Literary Magazines and the Cultural Health of the Nation(The Ohio State University Press 2004). Previous issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1956-03_212_1270 . Harper's Races Right over the Edge of a Cliff, "Harper's Editor Insists He Was Fired Over Katie Roiphe Essay", "Editorial Shake-Up as Harper's Tries to Stabilize in a Downturn", "Harper's Publisher Backlash Grows After Firing Beloved Editor", "Update: Harper's Magazine Editor Hodge Fired; Didn't Quit", "Harper's Magazine Publisher Fires Christopher Cox as Editor", "A New Top Editor Takes the Hot Seat at Harper's Magazine", "Artists and Writers Warn of an 'Intolerant Climate.' Taming of the Shrew. Vol. Psychical Research. Set where you live, what language you speak, and the currency you use. 8 Dec 2005. This is a record of a major serial archive. Next issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1876-10-14_20_1033 . On the U.S. side, Turnley visited the funeral of an Oklahoma National Guard member, Spc. Condition: Fair. More from Henry Mills Alden, editor; Theodore Child, Charles Dudley Warner, Kenyon Cox, John Lillie, Curt von Zelau, J. Norman Lockyer, Constance Fenimore Woolson, Edward Everett Hale, More from Thomas Hardy, Sarah Jewett, Constance Woolson, Henry Mills Alden [Editor], More from Charles Nordhoff (1830-1901); Miss Thackeray; Anthony Trollope, More from Charles Reade; Miss Thackeray; Wilkie Collins; Others. Page 659 + 661 loose with edged frayed. The website includes free articles and an archive of back issues for subscribers. I originally envisioned the Harpers/Atlantic page as an anchor to the literary section of the site, the two biggest and most popular mass market publications known for literary excellence leading into both their historical competitors, who have not had the fortune of their longevity, as well as a grouping of select literary and little magazines. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. . Harper's New Monthly Magazine - Volume 89 - June to Nov. 1894. [16][17] It was strongly criticized by AIDS activists,[18] scientists and physicians,[19] the Columbia Journalism Review,[20] and others as inaccurate and promoting a scientifically discredited theory. Digitized from IA1513817-04 . popular magazinesHarper's Weekly, Harper's Monthly, Scientific American, and Scribner's Monthlyused this new visual language to posit their products as important commodities in the modern world of industrial managerial cap italism. In 1833, Fletcher, James, John, and Joseph Harper formed their book publishing business, Harper & Brothers, in New York City. Midsummer Nights Dream. Vol. The monthly proved more popular than its publishers could have possibly imagined moving from a print run of 7,500 copies of the first issue to a circulation of over 50,000 within six months. Adoniram Algeroy by William H. Beard, Anne by Constance Fenimore Woolson, The German Empire by Professor Herbert Tuttle, A Laodicean by Thomas Hardy, and much more. (30% off), Sale Price $49.79 Previous issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1873-09_47_280 . To Isaac Walton. Vol. 1887, Publication Date: Cambridge, U.S.A. Used - Softcover Moving Incident. [poem]. (Project MUSE.). Cornell University Librarys Making of America has volumes 198 (18501899). In October 2019, the magazine announced that novelist and essayist Christopher Beha would be taking over as editor, with Rosenbush remaining as editor-at-large. $250.00 + $9.85 shipping. (10% off), Sale Price $6.30 First Edition. Previous issue: sim_harpers-magazine_1875-04-10_19_954 . A history of The Sporting News the oldest sports publication in the U.S. History of Time Magazine and collecting Time Magazine today, How to List Magazine Back Issues for Sale, 1987: The Childrens Wing by Joyce Johnson (July 1986), 1977: Last Courtesies by Ella Leffland (July 1976), 1950: The Blue-Winged Teal by Wallace Stegner (April 1950), 1947: The White Circle by John Bell Clayton (April 1947), 1942: The Wide Net by Eudora Welty (May 1942), 1939: Barn Burning by William Faulkner (June 1939), 1938: The Happiest Man on Earth by Albert Maltz (June 1938), 1935: The White Horses of Vienna by Kay Boyle (April 1935), 1933: Gal Young Un by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (June & July 1932), 1930: Dressing Up by W.R. Burnett (November 1929), 1927: Child of God by Roarke Bradford (April 1927), 1926: Bubbles by Wilbur Daniel Steele (August 1926), 1923: Prelude by Edgar Valentine Smith (May 1923), A Word at the Start.

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