American Illustrated Magazine

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American Illustrated Magazine
November 1905-October 1906 (Volumes 61-62)

American Illustrated Magazine does not explain itself. It gets right on with the story. Fiction, nonfiction, poetry, on soft, aromatic paper. Pleasantly antiquated. And illustrated of course, with photographs, like a series of bird portraits or a crocodile hunt, or with drawings that step out in front of what they were meant to describe. As if they told their own story all along.

 

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Walter Glackens, April 1906

 

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Arthur G. Dove, Feb. 1906

 

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F.R. Gruger, Nov. 1905

 

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Arthur G. Dove, Nov. 1905

 

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Henry S. Watson, Jan. 1906

 

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Franklin Booth, March 1906

 

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H.E. Townsend, Jan. 1906

 

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George Kerr, April 1906

 

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H.E. Townsend, Jan. 1906

 

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Philip R. Goodwin, April 1906

 

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Philip R. Goodwin, April 1906

 

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Karl Anderson, Jan. 1906

 

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C.D. Williams, Dec. 1905

 

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Rose Cecil O’Neill, Dec. 1905

 

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Henry Heyer, Nov. 1905

 

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Arthur G. Dove, Nov. 1905

 

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Lynn Bogue Hunt, Feb. 1906

 

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J.M. Conde, Feb. 1906

 

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F.R. Gruger, Nov. 1905

 

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Charles Sarka, Feb. 1906

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