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The Mahogany Tree was a weekly[1] literary magazine published from January until December 1892.


It was started by Mildred Aldrich,[2] and it was supposedly 'devoted solely to the "fine arts"'.[3] As a review in The Harvard Crimson said, the aim was to 'give criticisms on books, pictures, music, and acting'.[2]

Contributors comprised Philip Henry Savage, Willa Cather,[4] Ralph Adams Cram,[5] Louise Imogen Guiney[5] and F. Holland Day,[5] amongst others.


  1. ^ The Cambridge Guide to Women's Writing in English, ed. Lorna Sage, Cambridge University Press, 30 September 1999, page 9
  2. ^ a b Harvard University Library
  3. ^ D.M.R. Bentley, The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897, University of Toronto Press, 31 August 2003, page 214
  4. ^ Willa Cather's Collected Short Fiction, University of Nebraska Press; Rev Ed edition, 1 November 1970, page 578
  5. ^ a b c D.M.R. Bentley, The Confederation Group of Canadian Poets, 1880-1897, University of Toronto Press, 31 August 2003, page 334

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Sat, 06 Jun 2015 02:45:00 -0700

The Wednesday torrential rains brought down a big mahogany tree in front of the School of Agriculture, University of Ghana. The heavy downpour in the capital rendered several places flooded and also led to power outages in several communities.

Virgin Islands Daily News

Virgin Islands Daily News
Tue, 08 Jul 2014 03:18:45 -0700

Goldstein said the mahogany tree is about 70 years old and stands prominently at the edge of the site's property on Hospital Street, directly south of the 1830 Customs House. He said that over the years, the tree's root system has continued to expand ...

Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica Gleaner
Fri, 21 Mar 2014 05:39:24 -0700

The historic Devon House complex now has a new hotspot - it's the Mahogany Tree Bar, operated by the owners of the Grog Shoppe on its doorstep. It makes for the perfect segue from dinner at the Grog Shoppe Restaurant to drinks and vice versa.
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 16:09:46 -0800

U of So. Carolina cancer researcher Dr. Michael Wargovich is studying whether medicinal properties in the bark of mahogany trees may hold clues to understanding colon cancer. An unexpected entry in a traditional medicine book from the Republic of ...
The Independent
Fri, 05 Aug 2011 16:01:24 -0700

Beyond the mahogany tree and the freshwater spring that emerges as a stream in the grounds, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest smothers the hills in the distance, taking its ominous name from the dense cover of trees, vines and shrubs. But ignore the repellent ...
Mon, 24 Aug 2015 20:00:00 -0700

"Since the Government banned the cutting of the Mahogany tree, this greatly affected our art because we heavily depended on it for good and strong carvings," he says. Nthaya adds that the Ebony tree, which they have also relied on heavily, has been ...

Jamaica Observer

Jamaica Observer
Tue, 31 Mar 2015 23:45:00 -0700

The party has been a success since its launch on February 5 where it quickly outgrew its original location, the Mahogany Tree Bar at Devon House, and moved to its current home in mid-March. "The new location has been a hit with our patrons who enjoy ...

VOA Zimbabwe

VOA Zimbabwe
Fri, 04 Sep 2015 10:46:51 -0700

Zimbawean women at the Zimbabwe-South Africa Trade Fair in South Africa. (Photo: Benedict Nhlapho). The 56 year-old, says her bowls, curios, sugar basins and other crafts she makes from the mahogany tree, are selling like hot cakes. “I want to get ...

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