It's a news magazine dated in 1916 called The Outlook published weekly at 381 Fourth Avenue, New York, price 10 cents a copy. 7" x 10" There are 5 copies of The Outlook dated: Jan 12, 1916 - THE NATIONS AT WAR, THE AMERICAN IN ENGLAND, THE WIND-FIGHTERS Feb 9, 1916 - WATER POWER, ABRAHAM LINCOLN: SOME RECOLLECTIONS AND COMPARISONS, THE NATIONS AT WAR: THE EASTWARD DRIVE, THE NEW BRUNHILDA, Jul 12, 1916 - THE STORY OF AN AUSTRIAN WAR, THE SHADOW ON THE LIGHT OF ASIA, HELP FOR THE FARMER, Sep 13, 1916 - MR HUGHES IN THE WEST, BOOKER WASHINGTON: THE MAN AND HIS SCHOOL, TWO VIEWS OF MEXICO, CARDINAL MERCIER: A PERSONAL IMPRESSION, Oct 11, 1916 - THE DEMOCRATIC SOUTH, THE REPUBLICAN CAUSE. All copies are in good condition.
From an estate sale in Iowa, USA
This is a grouping of early 20th century, World War I era, of the weekly magazine publication entitled The Outlook with issues all being from 1916. The issues feature stories of current pop culture and historical essays as well. They were published in New York City at the time. The estimate is for the 5 issues together and is based on actual recent past recorded auction sales of comparables. Retail 'asking prices' can be higher and vary.