The Mentor: Volume 11, Number 4: May, 1923 (Serial Number 243)

Price: 39.95 USD

Springfield, OH: Crowell Publishing Company, 1923. 4to - over 9" - 12" Tall (thin). Short tear to top edge of upper wrapper (midsection; less than 1 inch); slight rubbing and browning to wrappers (chiefly at edges); slight internal browning to edges. [12], 60 pages. "Folk Costume Still Survives: Holland in Fine Art Pictures" (upper wrapper); includes coverage of European folk costume (particularly that of Holland and the Scandinavian countries). Notable for the articles by Oliver Semple Barton and George Wharton Edwards (latter titled "Picturesque Holland", with his illustrations), plus articles on Beau Nash and Beau Brummel (by A. A. Hopkins and Elizabeth G. Maynard, respectively) and "The Kashmir Shawl" by Gertrude Linnell. Editorial "open letter" by Moffat at rear (page 60). First Edition. Very Good -.

ISBN: B002W7H4F8

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