The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, January 1924


Pages 1-58. Black and white photos. Features: National convention of American Legion; Immigration; Stage Coach and Tavern Days; Our Winter Carnivals; An Answer to Our Critics; An anthology of one poem poets; Senator Moses' Three favorite stories; New Hampshire state Grange; Should the Governor's Council be abolished?; New Hampshire Private Schools - with photos of their principals; The Phillips Exeter Academy; Tilton School; New Hampton Literary Institution; Holderness School; Five Foremost Leaders in N.H.; Alcoholic Bi-Focalism; First Candidates for Governor's Council - with photos of Samuel A. Lovejoy and Jesse M. Barton; The Old Toll Bridge (poem); New Hampshire Necrology; and more. Above-average wear to front cover which bears a bit of pencil writing to top edge, otherwise a sound vintage copy.

Title: The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, January 1924

Author: Davison, H.K.; Bridges, H. Styles; Greer, Lois Goodwin; Johnson, Arthur; Drake, George R.; Duncan, George H.; Wallace, William; Tufts, Prof. James A.; Smart, Prof. F.A.; French, John S.; Marshall, R. Eliot; Shute, Judge H.A.; Drew, Iva H.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, The Granite Monthly Company: 1924

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 845g0903

Keywords: The Granite Monthly - A New Hampshire Magazine, January 1924 National convention of American Legion; Immigration; Stage Coach and Tavern Days; Our Winter Carnivals; An Answer to Our Critics; An anthology of one poem poets; Senator Moses' Three favorite stories; New Hampshire state Grange; Should the Governor's Council be abolished?; New Hampshire Private Schools - with photos of their principals; The Phillips Exeter Academy; Tilton School; New Hampton Literary Institution; Holderness School; Five Foremost Leaders in N.H.; Alcoholic Bi-Focalism; First Candidates for Governor's Council - with photos of Samuel A. Lovejoy and Jesse M. Barton; The Old Toll Bridge (poem); New Hampshire Necrology,