DescriptionMark Twain. Seven Folio Volumes of Harper's Weekly with Mark Twain Material. Harper's Weekly: A Journal of Civilization. Vol. XXXV [L, L, LIII, LIII, LIII, LIII]. No. 1814 [2579, 2572, 2719, 2722, 2727, 2765]. New York: Harper & Brothers, September 25, 1891 [May 26, 1906; April 7, 1906; January 20, 1909; February 20, 1909; March 27, 1909; December 18, 1909,].
First editions. Seven folio volumes. 718 - 740 [724 - 754, 468 - 498, 1 - 34, 1 -34, 1 - 34, 1 - 35]. Several illustrations throughout. Several advertisements throughout.
Publisher's illustrated wrappers. The cover of volume XXXV is missing, the front and back covers of volume LIII numbers 2722, 2727, 2765 are detached but present, several small tears to the edges, a strip is cut but still present from volume LIII number 2727 and some toning to the edges. Altogether good copies.
Volume XXXV features an impressive portrait of Mark Twain and he is mentioned on page 734. Volume L number 2579 includes his Carl Schurz, Pilot. Volume L number 2572 includes The Carnegie Spelling Reform. Volume LIII number 2719 features The New Planet. Volume LIII number 2722 includes A Capable Humorist. Volume LIII number 2727 contains an article entitled The Schoolboy. Volume LIII number 2765 features an advertisement for Mark Twain on page 35.
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