Scribner's Magazine, November 1930. Milton Waldman W. R. Burnett, John Carter, Katharine Fullerton Gerould.
Scribner's Magazine, November 1930
Scribner's Magazine, November 1930
Scribner's Magazine, November 1930

Scribner's Magazine, November 1930

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. First edition. Periodical. Scribner's Magazine, Vol.  LXXXVIII No. 5. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. Featured in this volume of Scribner’s Magazine is “If Booth Had Missed Lincoln” by publisher and biographer Milton Waldman. “A fascinating speculation on how Lincoln would have acted in Reconstruction times.” This essay is the first entry in Scribner’s “If” series, which would later include Churchill’s essay "If Lee Had Not Won at Gettysburg" (December 1930). This copy of the original magazine appearance of this essay is in good condition. The wraps binding remains square and tight, the orange wraps complete and firmly attached with minor wear to lower extremities. What prevents our grading this copy as very good is overall soiling to the front cover. The contents are bright and clean with no spotting and no appreciable toning. Item #004163

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