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1898, July 29th, Vol-XXVIII, #5 "The L.A.W. Bulletin & Good Roads" a weekly publication
Item# L.A.W. -041 [L.A.W. -041]
Categories: League Of American Wheelman (L.A.W.) items, Magazines&Periodicals-Antique, L.A.W. Bulletin & Good Roads ,
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NOTICE! The circulation has been decreasing and the amount of advertising has been decreasing and the number of pages has been decreasing over the past several issues. This is an indication of the dificult times the bike industry was facing at the time. Circulation of this issue: 87,773 copies. This is published on Fridays by the League of American Wheelmen, Sterling Elliott, Managing editor, located at 12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. See the January 1893 issue (item #L.A.W.-16 in this collection) which had the same address overprinted on the front cover. There were branch offices in New York, Chicago and Detroit. Associate Editors were; Nixon Waterman, Luther H. Porter and Joe Lincoln. An illustrated weekly magazine devoted to the improvement of the public roads and streets, containing stories from bicyclists about their rides and love of bicycling, bicycle racing as well as stories and illustrations about the need and development of better roads across the United States. This is a very valuable reference material, it is full of advertisements from bike mfgr's, parts/sundry mfgr's and bicycle retailers; some of the companies advertising are not well known to historians and collectors. There are many illustrations that can be photocopied. The number of pages will vary with each different issue. The condition is good. The dimensions are 7 7/8 x 10 5/8 inches (larger than all previous issues).

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