San Francisco and Pacific Grove: Marie Eva Bradford, 1898. Pp.111-156, printed on semi-coated paperstock, reasonably alkaline, with scattered illustrations (portraits). Softbound, a sewn magazine in 9.5x6.5 inch decorated wraps. A fair-only copy, quite worn with handling, cover bears dust-soil and flecking, foxing, some casual pencilling, a small stain and some tears. Item's interior handled and pencilled. Complete copy, but as is. Cover story concerns Sarah B. Cooper, social activist, sunday school teacher, late to woman sufferage, her family plagued with insanity and suicide.