Under its original name Midnight magazine, health pioneer Bernarr Macfadden’s tabloid-style weekly pulp lasted just 14 issues before transforming into a more purely mystery magazine. This tenth issue contains his editorial “Over the Precipice.” Articles include “Was His Last Sermon a Prophecy of His Murder?” and a short story titled “No Robbery.” [May contain mature or controversial content.]
Contents of this Issue:
- Over the Precipice–An Editorial by Bernarr Macfadden
- Was his Last Sermon a Prophecy of his Murder? (Arthur H. Howland)
- Find a New Yorker in New York (T. Howard Kelly)
- From the Underworld to Fifth Avenue
- Why I am a Spendthrift (Leda Bauerberg)
- Sold to the Devil (John R. Coryell)
- Why I Shall “Fall” No More
- Who has the Prettiest Lips on Broadway?
- No Robbery (William F. McMorrow)
- How Elinor Glyn gets that way (Madame Pythagoras)
- A Lonely Girl asks–How Narrow is the Straight Path? (Ila Damon)
- Who owns a Murder’s Body?
- The Heart of a Tinpanner (W. Carey Wonderly)
- Would You Marry to Please Another Man’s Wife (Svengali)
Publisher: Midnight Publishing Company, Inc.
Editor: Bernarr Macfadden
Issue: Volume 1: Number 10; October 21, 1922
Size: 9-3/8″ x 12-3/8″
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