14x11 3/4 inches, 35 1/2x29 3/4 cm. Condition A: minor expert restoration at edges and along unobtrusive horizontal fold.
The Bostonian magazine was founded in 1894, and re-named The National Magazine in 1896 "to reflect its expanded coverage of American topics and letters. It became the leading national journal of American life and Washington affairs before the rise of Time and Life magazines in the 1920s and 1930s. The earliest issues from 1894-1896 featured articles on the Boston theater, music, women's clubs, and general arts and letters" (www. betweenthecovers.com). Kiehl 227, The Met 1986.1005.11.