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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 (1859-1928), editor. The Land of Sunshine: The Magazine of California and the West.
Los Angeles: The Land of Sunshine Publishing Co., 1898 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Very Good Paperback Charles Fletcher Lummis 
Volume VIII, No. 4, March, 1898. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches. [ads, iv], (161)-206, [ads, xxii] pp. Black-and-white frontispiece photograph by Lummis "California Winter's Good Enough for Me", black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, stapled; binding square and tight, light shelf wear to the covers. Very Good. The contents for March 1898, include: "The Prince of Imposters" illustrated, by Will M. Tipton; "So Far, So Good" on the decrepit state of the California Missions and efforts begun at restoration, illustrated, by Juan del Rio; "Two Notable Trees" illustrated, by Arthur B. Bent; "West-Coast Shells" illustrated, by J. Torrey Connor; "At the Land's End" by L. Maynard Dixon; "A Country of Centaurs" illustrated; "The Santa Fe Trail"; regular features including "In the Lion’s Den"; "That Which is Written"; "The Landmarks Club"; as well as "The Woman’s Club"; "The Land We Love" illustrated; and "Agricultural and Horticultural Resources of Los Angeles County" illustrated, by A. J. Cook. 
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