New York: [Gaylord Wilshire], 1909. 16p., wraps chipped on the edges and the corners (with a minor loss of a letter or two), closed tears, illus., minor foxing, 11.25x16 inches. Cover art depicts wealthy businessmen making a run on public lands. Includes a fable by George Allan England and of course an ad for Wilshire's gold mine.
An edgeworn but still display-worthy issue of the magazine published by the socialist for whom Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles is named.