The American parade : a quarterly magazine.
- New York : Parade Publishing Company, [1925-1926].
4 no. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1926)-v. 1, no 4 (Oct. 1926).
- Short stories.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York (State) New York.
- Subtitle varies.
Editor: W. Adolphe Roberts.
"This magazine is the first in book form to be published in the United States ... It comes to you ready for your library shelf. Costing $1.00, it is the equal in physical quality of any new volume offered by the publishers of books at $2.00 or $2.50."--Dustjacket.
"Our declaration that this is 'a magazine without a policy' has led some readers to inquire whether we thereby confess to being devoid of personality ... The American Parade obviously seeks to celebrate the life and art of our country and our times. But our approach is not didactic. We have no pet moral theory that would cause us either to suppress certain phases of a subject or idealize others. We are realists, and it is in that sense that we have no policy."--Without a policy, no. 3.
Collaborators: Richard Le Gallienne, Ethel Watts Mumford, George Sterling, Louise Rice, Olga Petrova, Florence M. Osborne, Jacques Le Clercq, Orrick Johns, Solita Solano, Helene Mullins, Elias Lieberman, Pauline de Silva, Gordon Malherbe Hillman, Ben Conlon, Walter Haviland.
Collection of short stories, verse, and articles.
- Local notes:
- Culture Class Collection copy has 2 copies of no. 1 and no. 4 wanting.
Culture Class Collection copy no. 1 has dustjacket retained.
- Roberts, Walter Adolphe, 1886-1962.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
American Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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