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1 Charles Fletcher Lummis (1859-1928), editor. Out West: The Nation Back of Us, The World in Front, The Magazine of the the Old Pacific and the New.
Los Angeles and San Francisco: Out West Magazine Company, 1904 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Like New Paperback William Keith 
Volume XX, No. 5, May 1904. 8vo. 10 x 7 inches. [ads, xvi], (399)-484, [ads, xxxvi] pp. Black-and-white frontispiece photograph "Kern Lake from Trail to Lower Kern Lake" by E. T. Parsons, black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, stapled; binding square and tight, light shelf wear at the extremities of the covers, else Fine. The contents for the May 1904 issue include: "The Hymn of the Men that Fail" a poem by Sharlot F. Hall; "Camping in California Redwoods" illustrated, by Henrietta S. Breck; "Down the Trail" a poem by Nora May French; "A Day with the Mono Indians," illustrated by W. B. Noble; "Desert Calls" a poem by Harley R. Wiley; "The Eucalypts of the Southwest, Part II" illustrated by Alfred James McClatchie; "Toro-o-o!" a poem by A. B. Bennett; "The Courtship of Jim Carroll" a story by Philip Newman; "Moon-shadows" a poem by Tracy Robinson; "Navajo Blankets" by A. F. Spiegelberg; "The Providence of God" a story by Wilmatte Porter Cockerell; "Among the White Sands" a poem by Isabel Darling; "Toward American Music" by Arthur Farwell; "The Southwest Society, Archaeological Institute of America"; The Sequoya League, "To Make Better Indians" by Lummis; "Early California Reminiscences" by General John Bidwell, Part V; regular features include: "The Landmarks Club"; "In the Lion's Den" by the editor; and "That Which is Written" reviews by C. A. Moody. 
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2 Charles Fletcher Lummis (1859-1928), editor. The Land of Sunshine: The Magazine of California and the West.
Los Angeles: The Land of Sunshine Publishing Co., 1899 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Very Good Paperback Charles Fletcher Lummis 
Volume XI, No. 3, August, 1899. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches. [ads, iv], (139)-(192), [ads, including a Commercial Blue Book for Los Angeles, xx] pp. Black-and-white frontispiece photograph by Lummis "A Pueblo Girl at Home", black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, stapled; binding square and tight, light shelf wear at the extremities of the covers, else Fine. The contents for August 1899, include: "My Brother's Keeper" illustrated, on the responsibility of Anglo-Americans toward Native Americans by Lummis; "Arizona's Biggest Gold Mine" illustrated, by Sharlot M. Hall; "A Cowboy's Pencil" illustrated with drawings by Ed. Bosein; "Early California, Report of the Viceroy in 1793" continued; regular features including "In the Lion's Den" (editorial); "That Which is Written" book reviews by Lummis; "The Landmarks Club"; "The Angle of Reflection" (a department by Margaret Collier Graham); "Philippine War Pictures"; and "California Babies" illustrated with black-and-white photographs. 
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3 Charles Fletcher Lummis (1859-1928), editor. The Land of Sunshine: The Magazine of California and the West.
Los Angeles and San Francisco: The Land of Sunshine Publishing Co., 1901 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Like New Paperback William Keith 
Volume XV, No. 4, 1901. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches. [ads, viii], (207)-312, [ads, xx] pp. Black-and-white frontispiece painting "The Evening Star" by Wm Keith, black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, stapled, archival mylar dust-jacket; binding square and tight, rear cover off but present. Very Good. The contents for October 1901 include: "The Ivory Crucifix" a poem by Sharlot M. Hall; "A Visit to the Hoodoos of Wyoming" by Early Vernon Wilcox illustrated with photographs; "Some Indian Paintings" by M. C. Frederick (ethnographic study near Santa Barbara, CA illustrated with photographs); "The Island of the Good Herb" by Henry S. Kirk (illustrated); "In Western Letters" by Lummis (illustrated); "Joseph Le Conte, an appreciation, with portrait" by Victor Henderson; "A California Gusher"(story) by Elizabeth Gerberding; "The Mission Indian Exiles" by Constance Goddard Du Bois; "Mormonism by its Head (a statement by the late Lorenzo Snow, President of the Mormon Church"; regular features including "The Landmarks Club"; "In the Lion'’s Den (editorial)"; "That Which is Written" - reviews; "The 20th Century West," conducted by Wm E. Smythe featuring "How to Colonize the Pacific Coast" by Smythe, "The Struggle for Water" and "The Desert Translated"; pp. 293-297 with "Pictures of People and Places"; and "Santa Rosa, 'The Flower City' - Sonoma County, Cal." illustrated with photographs. 
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4 Charles Fletcher Lummis, editor. The Land of Sunshine: The Magazine of California and the West. Volume IX, No. 6, November, 1898.
Los Angeles: Land of Sunshine Publishing Co., 1898. Paperback Collectible: Very Good Paperback Maynard Dixon. 
8vo. 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches. [x], 279-316, [24] pp. The leaves at the front and rear are jam-packed with period advertising, index to the entire Volume IX, illustrated with photographic illustrations, frontispiece illustration by Maynard Dixon to accompany Constance Goddard DuBois' "A Soul in Bronze, a California Novel," being syndicated in these pages; text clean, unmarked. Original printed wrappers with yapp edges; binding square and tight, unopened, light soiling and wear to edges. Very Good. SINGLE ISSUE of Charles Lummis' important magazine, the first illustrated monthly magazine to provide complete coverage of life in California and the Pacific Basin. Articles and images of the far West on various topics relating to the people and lands they inhabit. Contents for November 1898 include a frontispiece by Maynard Dixon to illustrate the syndicated "A Soul in Bronze, a California Novel" by Constance Goddard DuBois, "In Old Manila" by Juan del Rio, illustrated with photographs; "From Hawaii" by a Special Correspondent, illustrated with photographs; "Summer Birds of the Redwoods" by Chas. A. Keeler, illustrated by Louise M. Keeler; "A Soul in Bronze, a California Novel" by Constance Goddard DuBois, "Sun and Orange" a poem by Julia Boynton Green; "In the Lion's Den" by Lummis; "That Which is Written," reviews by Lummis; "The Angle of Reflection," editorial department by Margaret Collier Graham; "Return of the Seventh Regiment" and "Battery D" documenting California service units returning from the Spanish American War, illustrated with photographs. 
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