1907-08-17 Saturday Evening Post Magazine Contents
1907/08/17 — Cover design by Rogers
Complete contents picked up from paging through this issue are as follows:
Ex Machina by Robert W. Chambers and illustrated by Emlen McConnell and A.B. Wenzell
Which College for the Boy? – Princeton : The Collegiate University by John Corbin with photographs
“Enter the Duke” by Jacques Futrelle and illustrated by W. Glackens
How to Take Care of Nervous Capital by William Lee Howard, M.D.
Making a New Start – The Struggle on the Road Back to Respectablity and Credit by Bailey Millard
Who’s Who and Why – Serious and Frivolous Facts About the Great and the Near Great with illustration by M.L. Blumenthal
Your Savings – Facts Every Investor Should Know
In the Open – The Revival of Tennis, appears to be all about the Davis Cup
How I Lost My Savings – A Woman in Mexico
The Missing Card by H.W.
Ad on back cover for Kellogg’s Toasted Corn Flakes – Interesting ad on inside back cover appeals to boys selling the Post: the Post is giving away a Shetland pony each month from September through December with a cart and harness to boy’s who sell the magazine!