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For Sale is an Edition of "The Bystander" September 25th 1912. This Copy has 24, Pages 48 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding Holes are showing. Contents. 1- Front Page shows a Photograph called "Our Hopes for a Peaceful Voyage,!" showing Miss Olave Soames and General Baden-Powell. 2- The Weekly Article "Bystander Comments" on various Topics of the Times. Illustrated by E.T. Reed. 3- Full Page showing the following 3 Photgraphs called "Should Exhibition Flights be Forbidden ?." a- Just before the Catastrophe. Mr. Astley ascending from the Showground at Belfast. b- The Late Aviator and his Wife (Nee May Kinder) c- After the Catastrophe : a Type of Photograph of which hundreds have, alas, now been taken. 4- Article called "The Bystander in Society." 5- Photograph of the Russian Ambassador in London "Count Benckendorff." 6- Full Page showing the following2 Photographs called, "Lest Cambridge Forgets" that in War Time, she is likely to be put to unexpected uses. a- Trinity as the King's Headquarters during Manoeuvres : all Entrances under Guard. b- "Jesus" as Landing Place for Troubled Airships. Showing the Lawn at Jesus College, where the "Beta" had to Land owing to trouble with her Engines. 7- Full Page Portrait of Lady Colebrooke. 8- Article Feminine Friendship as a Social Cult. Showing small Portrait Photos of the following. a- The Countess of Essex. (Formerly Miss Adela Beach Grant) b- Mrs. Waldorf Astor. c- Lady Alastair Innes-Ker. 9- Article called "Their New Japanese Majesties." Showing Photographs of the following a- The Emperor Yoshihito of Japan. b- The Empress Sadako of Japan. c- The Bulgarian Royal Family. 10- Full Page Photograph called "The New Reign in Denmark." Showing the First Photograph of Her Majesty Queen Alexandrine En Famille. 11- Article called "The Bystander in Moscow," written by Jean D'Auvergne. 12- Full Page Cartoon called "The Man In His Monogram." No. III. of an original Series of Caricatures by Philip Baynes. 13- The Weekly Article called "London Nights Entertainments." Showing Review for "Everywoman" at the Drury Lane Theatre. Written by "Jingle." Illustrated by Norman Morrow. 14- The Weekly Article "The Look of Things" from a Bystanders Point of View. 15- The Weekly Article "The Bystander in Paris" written by John N. Raphael. 16- Full Page Advert for "Tecla Pearls and Real Diamonds." 17- Full Page Photograph called "Who Would Be King ?." Showing King Alfonso Talking to a Pretty Lady. 18- The Weekly Article called "The Bystander in Berlin." 19- Double Page showing the Following 8 Photographs called "The Queen of Capitals in her Homlier Moods : showing Peeps at Vienna, which was lately the scene of the Eucharistic Congress. a- A Viennese Fruit Seller. b- The Hofburg Square. c- The Votive Church. d- A Hungarian Pedlar with Viennese Policeman in the Background. e- Viennese working Woman returning Home. f- A Market Woman Shelling Peas. g- One of the quaint Ox-Carts in Vienna. h- Statuary on the Fountain outside the Houses of Parliament. 20- The Bystander Short Story called "The Answer." By Constance Smedley Armfield. 21- Full Page with the following 2 Photographs called "The Abstract Made Concrete." Showing Characters in "Everywoman," The Drury Lane "Morality." a- Everywoman- Gowned in a Style approved by Youth and beauty (Modesty having Retired Hurt) b- How Modesty, Beauty, and Youth Look at Drury Lane. Misses Jessie Winter, Gladys Cooper, and Patricia Collings. 22- Article called "Masterpieces of Legendary Art in the Trinkhalle." By F.G. Aflalo. 23- The Weekly Article "The Literary Fog" by Ralph Straus. 24- Half Page Advert for "Harrods Jewellery." 25- Half Page Advert for "Kenneth Durward." 26- Quarter Page Advert for "H.J. Nicoll & Co. Ltd." 27- Quarter Page Advert for "Harrods Millenery Modes for Autumn." 28- Quarter Page Advert for "Watson's No. 10 Whisky." 29- Quarter Page Advert for the "Kropp Razor." 30- The Weekly Article "Sports and Pastimes" by Ernest Lehmann. 31- Article called "Shooting : All About Guns." By Leonard Willoughby. 32- Quarter Page Advert for "Pope & Bradley." 33- Quarter Page Advert for "Eley Cartridges." 34- Quarter Page Advert for the "Prism Binocular by Aitchison & Co., Ltd." 35- Article called "Yachting in 1912. - A Brief Retrospect." 36- Quarter Page Advert for "Schoolbred's." 37- The Weekly Article on "Racing : The Newbury Cup." By Carbine. 38- Half Page Advert for "Daniel M. Gant." Turf Accountant. 39- Quarter Page Advert for "A Dryad Chair." 40- Quarter Page Advert for "Wolsey Underwear." 41- Quarter Page Advert for "Daniel Neal & Sons Ltd." 42- Quarter Page Advert for "Gill & Reigate Ltd." 43- Half Page Advert for "Dunhills." (The Hillingdon Coat) 44- The Weekly Article "Motoring : By Land, Sea, and Sky." By Alex J. M. Gray.
Condition is Good, being Bright and Clear throughout. Spine has been strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.