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September 21, 1881
PITSBURGH EVENING CHRONICLE newspaper from Pa., dated Sept. 21, 1881. The front page, one column heads include: "THE AUTOPSY" "The Doctors' Error" "A Remarkable Statement--three-quarters of an Hour Occupied in the Search for the Bullet--Where it Lodged" "Funeral Ararngements" and more. This is the complete 4 page issue, full-size. There is various wear and various tears at the edges and folds with... See More
June 18, 1892
WAVERLY FREE PRESS, Waverly, New York, June 18, 1892 "Republican Nominations" on the frontpage discusses the nominees and includes a nice, one column illustrations of Harrison and Reid.
Complete in four pages, measuring approximately 19 3/4 x 13 inches, evenly browned with some edge tears and several small binding holes along the left spine margin. Should be handled with some care.... See More
February 12, 1898
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Feb. 12, 1898 The front page has a nice full pg. illus: "Extension Of The Riverside Drive, N. Y. -- The Proposed New Steel Viaduct", with an inside report. Within the issue are: "The Fluorometer"; Medium and Small Independent Refrigerating Plants"; "River Gold Dredge on the Yuba River"; "An Improved Iceboat" and addi... See More
January 26, 1882
THE EVENING NEWS, Detroit, Michigan, January 26, 1882 First column heads on the front page: "Guilty As Indicted" "The Murderer of Garfield Condemned" "The Jury Did Its Work In Thirty Minutes" "The Assassin Indignant and Denounces the Verdict as an 'Outrage' ". Heads in the next column: "A Rush For Guiteau" "He Talks Coolly Of The Verdi... See More
May 27, 1876
LESLIES' ILLUSTRATED, 1876 The inset shows the nice ad for the 'Ward B. Snyder' company, listed as the 'Headquarters for Base Ball Goods'. The ad measures about 3 1/2 by 2 3/8 inches and appears on an inside page. Ad has a nice woodcut of an early-style uniform too. Great to have from the year the National League was established! Good condition.
December 5, 1873
THE PRESS, Phila., Dec. 5, 1873 Page 2 has: "CONSTITUTION" "New Constitution Proposed To The Citizens Of The Commonwealth For Their Approval Or Rejection By The Constitutional Convention". Full text of the document taking 2 1/2 pgs. Ftpg. rubbing. Good.
January 1, 1880
OGLE COUNTY PRESS, Polo, Illinois, 1880 General news of the day, topical reports and ads, many which are illustrated.
Complete in eight pages and in nice condition.
August 5, 1873
THE NEW-YORK SEMI-WEEKLY TIMES, Aug. 5, 1873 "Brigham's Divorce Suit" on the ftpg. gives some particulars about the divorce suit brought against Brigham Young by his latest wife. Traces of foxing, good.
July 5, 1890
PUBLIC LEDGER, Phila., July 5, 1890 The ftpg. has: "A Fatal Prize Fight" "William Brennan, The Light Weight Pugilist Killed" "Frank Garrard Falls Upon Him and He Dies of Concussion of the Brain--Garrard, the Referee and Seconds Arrested." Light vertical fold wear, minor edge tears.
April 18, 1871
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, April 18, 1871 The frontpage of the issue features a report of "Baseball -- Eckfords vs. Tony Pastors" being a short report and box score. This was not a typical baseball game as Tony Pastors was actually a Traveling Theater, much like vaudeville. This also gives an interesting description of each team's uniforms.
Complete in eight pages and is in very nice conditi... See More
May 31, 1890
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, May 31, 1890 The photo below shows the nice: "Bird's Eye View of Tallapoosa, Showing River, Streets, and Location of Factories" which is found on an inside page of this issue. This print measures about 4 by 6 inches. The front page has 3 other prints re. Tallapoosa, one of which is disfigured by an inked library stamp. An article as well titled: &... See More
July 13, 1889
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 13, 1889 The full front page is a nice print captioned: "The Sims-Edison Electric Torpedo" with an inside page having a lengthy & detailed article on how the torpedo would work (see). Other illustrations of the latest inventions & improvements of the day.
Sixteen pages, minor wear, generally good.
Sixteen pages, minor wear, generally good.
April 4, 1876
TOPEKA HERALD, Kansas, April 4, 1876 Front page has a 2 x 2 inch illus. of the "Tefft House", a 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 illus. of the "Fifth Avenue Hotel" & a 3 x 5 inch illus. "College Of The Sisters Of Bethany". Woodcut of the prairie & the state motto (in Latin) in the masthead.
This is complete in four pages measuring 17.5 x 12 with a pin hole in the woodcut,... See More
January 27, 1882
CLEVELAND WEEKLY HERALD, Jan. 27, 1882 Ftpg. has: "Guilty !" "Of the Murder of James A. Garfield" "Is the Verdict of Twelve Honest Citizens" "Scenes in the Dingy Court Room" "How Guiteau Received the Result" & more. Close trimming at the right causes minor loss, some minor chipping and browning to the edges.
April 1, 1890
THE TRUE COMMONWEALTH, Wash., D.C., Apr. 1 1890 A volume one, number one issue of a publication that contains commentary on a variety of political, financial & legislative matters. Quarto-size. Disbound.
September 23, 1882
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York Sept. 23, 1882 See the photo for the interesting illustration of "Meroney's Washing Machine" which is accompanied by an article headed: "Improved Washing Machine". The complete issue in great condition.
May 27, 1872
ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE, New York, May 27, 1872 Ftpg. heads: "Washington" "The Supplementary Article of the Treaty" "Pending Trouble with The Indians". Other news of the day and advertisements, many which are illustrated.
Uncommon title. This is complete in four pages, otherwise in good condition.
December 10, 1892
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Dec. 10, 1892 The ftpg. has seven illus: "Manufacture Of Rubber Shoes--Interior Views Of Boston Rubber Shoe Co., Malden Mass." Piece missing from the blank lower margin. Good.
November 25, 1871
LESLIE ILLUSTRATED, New York, Nov. 25, 1871 Nov. 25, 1871 Halfpg. shows: "The Wandering Minstrels" in N.Y. City. Fullpg. political cartoon: "Reform Triumphant" shows "N.Y. City" conquering the Tammany tiger. View of a soup house in Chicago.
March 5, 1887
LESLIE ILLUSTRATED, New York, Mar. 5, 1887 One-third pg. illus. of: "A View of Thomasville, Ga., the New Winter Resort". Nice illus. of "The Eruption of Mauna Loa, Hawaii--Lava Steam 20 Miles Long". One-quarter pg: "View of the City of Portland" & one of "Mount Hood". Halfpg: "The Wabash College Football Team" & halfpg. showing "Villag... See More
January 28, 1888
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, N.Y., Jan. 28, 1888 Ftpg. illus: "The Foundry Of The Syracuse Malleable Iron Works" with two smaller illus: "The Annealing Kilns" & "General View Of The Works". Text as well. Good.
April 21, 1894
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS, Boston, Massachusetts, Apr. 21, 1894 Described in the masthead as the: "Official Paper of the Household Exhibits, Horticulture Hall, Boston, Mass. in Aid of The New England Helping Hand Society." This contains articles and advertisements.
Complete in four pages with some fold wear and a few minor margin stains, otherwise in good condition.
January 26, 1882
THE DAILY DENVER TIMES, Jan. 26, 1882 Pg. 3 has an interesting 4 1/2 by 4 1/2inch woodcut: 'Guiteau in Court' showing the assassin standing with his arm outstretched as if making a strong statement. Related articles about the trial on pg. 2. Dampstaining to upper and lower half of each leaf, only slightly affecting this woodcut.
January 27, 1882
THE DETROIT FREE PRESS TRI-WEEKLY, Jan. 27, 1882 Stacked, one column heads on the ftpg: 'Guilty Guiteau' 'Sends Out an Address to the American People' 'He Is Confident The Verdict Will Not Be Enforced' 'A Splendid Appeal to the Ladies to Come to His Rescue' 'The Jury Conscious of Having Done Their Duty'. Includes the text of Guiteau's appeal. Some mild staining affects this report, slight browning... See More
Item #150139AMERICAN SOCIALIST, ONEIDA, N.Y., Nov. 30, 1876 Inside has one paragraph re: "The hostile Indians under Sitting Bull are hard pressed by the U.S. troops...Sitting Bull refused to surrender unless...". Item re. the imprisoning of Wm. Tweed as well. Tabloid-size newspaper, nice.
May 19, 1888
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, May 19, 1888 An inside pg. has four illustrations being: 'Sketches Of Arizona And South Carolina'. Includes 'A Yuma Medicine Man' & 'The Mission Church, Santa Barbara'. Good.
May 24, 1877
THE AMERICAN SOCIALIST, Oneida, N.Y., May 24, 1877 On page 4 of this issue John H. Noyes, the founder of the Oneida Community, resigns as its president after 30 years, to devote full time to publishing this newspaper. Significant, small folio size.
April 28, 1886
DESERET EVENING NEWS, Salt Lake City, Apr. 28, 1886 Ftpg: "Jeff Davis Receives an Ovation" is a report from Montgomery, Ala. Uncommon newspaper from Utah.
July 12, 1884
Here is a great doublepage centerfold of Harper's Weekly newspaper dated July 12, 1884. This print is captioned: "The Democratic Convention at Chicago--Some Characteristic Features of the City" including several scenes. A beautiful item for display, measuring 16 by 22 inches. In great condition. This is not the complete issue, but rather 8 pages which includes the centerfold.
March 28, 1881
THE DAILY EXCHANGE, San Francisco, Mar. 28, 1881 A mining and financial journal with news, ads, related to these two subjects, as well as charts listing stock prices. Small tear at the spine, otherwise good.
October 18, 1871
GENESEE VALLEY FREE PRESS, Genesee, New York, Oct. 18, 1871 Pg. 2: "Awful Scenes--Vivid Account by an Eyewitness of the Chicago Fire". Good condition.
May 17, 1866
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, May 17, 1866 "Veto Of the Colorado Bill" on pg. 7 includes Pres. Johnson's reasons for denying statehood to Colorado. Signed in type: Andrew Johnson. Good.
Item #150050THE DAILY AMERICAN, Nashville, Tennessee, 1879 A typical newspaper of the day with various news items both locally & from around the world, and a wealth of period ads--some quite large. Note that the photo is "generic" and the issue you get will not have this specific date but will have the format as shown. Measures approximately 29x23 inches, 4 pages.
July 20, 1889
LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER, July 20, 1889 Full ftpg: "Child Overboard!" shows a man rescuing a little girl. Halfpg: "The Soft-shell Crab Season--Scene Near Fulton Market".
July 20, 1865
NEW YORK TIMES, July 20, 1865 Ftpg. heads: "MISS HARRIS ACQUITTED" "Extraordinary Close of a Remarkable Trial" "Tumultuous Joy of the Multitude" "The Boys Shout 'Hi! Hi!' and the Trial is Over. Nice.
January 26, 1867
LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER, Jan. 26, 1867 Halfpg. shows: "New Masonic Lodge Room of Kane Lodge, 22nd St.".
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