New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Company, (1980); red boards, grey endpapers, in red jacket illustrated with a girl reading; 216 pp incld bibliography. Reference history, hardback.
Drawn mainly from the five most widely read magazines of the period: Youth's Companion, Riverside Magazine, Wide-Awake, Our Young Folks, and St. Nicholas, these stories "form a record of American taste and popular culture from the end of the Civil War to the turn of the century. 1-2 page biographies of each author follow the stories.
CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; no names, as new in bright jacket; unclipped 12.95. Item #22331