New York: Wilshire Publishing Co. 1910. Magazine. 16p., wraps, 9x12 inches, minor creasing, cover has a political cartoon on Teddy Roosevelt's Presidential campaign.
Single issue of the magazine published by the socialist for whom Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles is named. Includes George Allan England's "The Intelligent Vizier", Gaylord Wilshire's "Vaccines for Disease," an article "Mark Twain on Environment," and a full page ad for Gaylord's "Wilshire Bishop Creek Mine" for which he was selling shares in.