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Hughes Funeral Homes
221 2nd Street
Hallock , MN
(218) 843-3451
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IDAHO HISTORY: The West was still a mystery to one magazine of the 1870s - The Idaho Statesman

Tue, Sep 27, 2011
Scribner’s ceased publication in 1881, its owners started a new illustrated monthly magazine named The Century. It figures in Idaho history as the publisher of short stories and illustrations by Mary Hallock Foote, produced in the years she lived in a lava rock house at the head of Boise River Canyon while her engineer husband, Arthur D. Foote, struggled to find backers for his New York Canal project. Her Idaho work is well represented in the May-October 1889 volume of Century. Its opening pages feature her full-page illustration and a story entitled “Cinching up.” There is also Part III of her four-part serial “The Last Assembly Ball.” Next week: The fourth in this series on the magazines early Idahoans read. Arthur Hart writes this column on Idaho history for the Idaho Statesman each Sunday. E-mail histnart@mindspring.com.

IDAHO HISTORY: The West was still a mystery to one magazine of the 1870s - The Idaho Statesman

Tue, Sep 27, 2011
Scribner’s ceased publication in 1881, its owners started a new illustrated monthly magazine named The Century. It figures in Idaho history as the publisher of short stories and illustrations by Mary Hallock Foote, produced in the years she lived in a lava rock house at the head of Boise River Canyon while her engineer husband, Arthur D. Foote, struggled to find backers for his New York Canal project. Her Idaho work is well represented in the May-October 1889 volume of Century. Its opening pages feature her full-page illustration and a story entitled “Cinching up.” There is also Part III of her four-part serial “The Last Assembly Ball.” Next week: The fourth in this series on the magazines early Idahoans read. Arthur Hart writes this column on Idaho history for the Idaho Statesman each Sunday. E-mail histnart@mindspring.com.




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