Well, now I don't know what to make of what I'm finding and not finding in Google's postings from The Strand Magazine.
That series of articles by Thomas E. Curtis on American cartoonists to which I linked in the March, 1903 issue last night?
The same series appears begins in the March, 1902 issue as well:
Note the difference in that introductory note about previous articles in the series; furthermore, three paragraphs have been added in the later edition prior to the introduction of Frank Opper, whose cartoons appear on these pages.
Obviously, these are from different strands of The Strand Magazine -- the British edition and the American edition, perhaps. So it is entirely possible that the nine pages of The Strand Magazine in the possession of Gus Frederick are indeed from the November, 1902 issue, even if Google's posting of the very same magazine doesn't include those pages.