Pearson's Magazine, Volume 25
Pearson Publishing Company, 1911 - American periodicals
Pearson's Magazine (1899-1925), a monthly magazine devoted to literature, politics, and the arts, was founded as a New York affiliate of the London periodical of the same name, part of which it reprinted. From 1916 to 1923, it was edited by Frank Harris.
Other editions - View all
Abbott-Detroit adulterated aeroplane ain't Allen amateur American anti-toxin asked aviation Baron Bernadine Bottler Carter cent Chicago color cost cried Dahl Democratic diphtheria dollars door earn eggs eyes face girl goin Grost hand Hilary Vance Honorable John Ruffin immigrant income interest Interstate Commerce Commission knew living looked LYON & HEALY Magazine ment mention Pearson's Miss monoplane mother Pollard Narcissa Nathan Straus never night Oliver Typewriter parcels post party PEARSON'S MAGAZINE Pioggi play Pollyooly pounds profits railroads Republican Republican party Ronald sell Senate smiled Stafford stood story talk tell Theodosia thing thought tion to-day told Typewriter United Valora voice vote woman women write to advertisers York City young