TOM SAWYER, DETECTIVE, contained complete in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Volume XC111 (93), June, 1896, to November, 1896
Edition: First printing
New York: Harper's, 1896. Quarto, contemporary brown morocco and marbled boards, lettered and ruled in gilt, raised bands, red sprinkled page edges. pp 972 pages, text in double columns, well illustrated. Minor spine rubbing neatly touched up. a fine copy, hinges strong, no owner names. Complete in this volume is "Tom Sawyer, Detective" by Mark Twain, illustrated by A. B. Frost; "The Strange Days That Came to Jimmy Friday" and "The Blue Quail of the Cactus" written and illustrated by Frederic Remington; also two articles by Woodrow Wilson, "First in Peace" and "General Washington". Of Canadian interest is an essay by poet Archibald Lampman (pp 309-12). This periodical appearance is the first appearance in print of the Twain novel. Note: 2.5 kg parcel, extra postage will be required.