|Title||Periodical: Der Brummer. No. 5, February 1, 1915. [Published by Johannes Saalfield, 312 Hudson St., Hoboken; Philip Stroh, Printer, Hoboken.]|
|Collection||Hoboken Library & Literary Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Margeret Bohringer|
|Scope & Content||
Periodical: Der Brummer. No. 5, February 1, 1915. [Published by Johannes Saalfield, 312 Hudson St., Hoboken; Philip Stroh, Printer, Hoboken.] Single folio,  pp, 9-1/2" wide x 12-1/2" high. Two copies; see condition. Copy 1 imaged.
Text is in german, untranslated, except for two lines in the page  masthead. Hoboken publisher and printer are listed on pages  and .
Published semi-monthly. Price was five cents per issue or one dollar per year. Subtitled: Satirisches Flugblatt fur Deutsche in Amerika. (A satirical poetry publication for American Germans.) The cover masthead artwork satirizes the World War I warfront with a depiction of champagne bottle "cannons" firing their corks while a wounded soldier, sword against knee, is seated at the left and is presumably writing some humorous poems.
|Notes||These items were in the records of the former Hudsonia Fencing Club or Corps.|
|Year Range from||1915|
|Year Range to||1915|
World War I
Philip Stroh, Printer