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1910 vintage Cosmopolitan Magazine Vol 48 No 4 featuring Story of Charlemagne and Maligners of Mexico

1910 vintage Cosmopolitan Magazine Vol 48 No 4 featuring Story of Charlemagne and Maligners of Mexico

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Cosmopolitan Magazine [Vol. 48 No. 4, March 1910]
The Urge Eternal
Flameng—Interpreter of Beauty · Vance Thompson · ar
My Way of Work · François Flameng · ar
Letters to My Son [Part 1 of 3] · Winifred James, uncredited · sl
The Man Up-Stairs · P. G. Wodehouse · ss The Strand Magazine March 1910; slightly revised to change the setting from the UK to the US.
The Maligners of Mexico · Alfred Henry Lewis · ar; 6pp article inserted between pp 432 and 433.
Mexico—the Progressive · Otheman Stevens · ar
Selling a Nation’s Birthright · Lewis Nixon · ar
The Case of Horace Bliffington · Ellis Parker Butler · ss; a humorous ghost story.
The Minstrels · Charles Buxton Going · pm
The Spanish Prisoner · Arthur Train · ss
The Shrine of Snobbery · Alan Dale · th
Theatrical Portraits · [uncredited] · pi
The Illustrious Prince [Part 5 of 9] · E. Phillips Oppenheim · sl
The Story of Charlemagne [Part 3 of 6] · Charles Edward Russell · ar
The Sport of Kings [Wolfville] · Alfred Henry Lewis · ss
Away from Ancient Altars · Harold Bolce · ar
Smiling Surgery · Carlin Philips, M.D. · ar
Feeling His Oats · E. W. Kemble · cs
Have You Heard This? · [uncredited] · ms
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CONDITION: Poor **Please see pictures**
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- Fine: Unused, like new, without any flaws.
- VG+ (Very Good +): May have been opened & read, but no defects to the book, jacket or pages. Shows some small signs of wear but no tears on binding or paper. ⭐️
- VG (Very Good): More obvious signs of use with no significant creasing or defects.
- VG- (Very Good): Worn. Defects are noted.
- Poor / Fair / Former Library Book: Worn book that has complete text pages (including those with maps or plates) but may lack endpapers, have loose binding.

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