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Complete in 8 pages, generally in nice condition due
Complete in 8 pages, generally in nice condition due to the use of "rag paper" - pap
* The Battle of Paducah
* The Battle of Olustee
The front page features many one column headlines covering events of the Civil War including: "The Battle of Olustee", "Our Duty to Our Country and Her Defenders" ,"The Battle of Paducah", and much more. There is additional war-related text on the inside and
Complete in 8 pages, generally in nice cond
* Reported Death of Jeff. Davis
The front page features many one column headlines covering events of the Civil War including: "From the North Atlantic Squadron", "Rebel Attack on Our Pickets...Report of the Death of Jefferson Davis", and much more. There is additional war-related text on the inside and back pages as wel
* General Ulysses S. Grant
* Owensborough, Kentucky
* Jefferson Davis
The front page features many one column headlines covering events of the Civil War including: "The Pirate Tallahassee", "The Great Contest: General Grant's Operations" ,"From the Army of the Potomac", "The Interview with Jefferson Davis", "Th
* Jabez Spencer Balfour to be Extradited
The front page has a very brief yet significant report concerning one of the largest financial disasters in Britain, headed: "Jabez S. Balfour To Be Extradited" (see photos).
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Oct. 15, 1864 Although there is much Civil War reporting on the front page perhaps the most significant a brief item near the bottom of the back, headed: "Guerrillas at Work Again on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad" which reads: "A party of guerrillas captured the westward bound train on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad last night, robbed the passenger... See More
* Pennsylvania Coal Mines
The issue will be in overal
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, February 27, 1864.
* Presidential Candidates
* General Grant
This issue is full of Civil War reports, which include the following: "From General Grant's Army", "Our Candidate for the Next Presidency", and "The Opening Presidential Canvass".
The issue will be in overall nice condition, with only minor wear as indicated in the image... See More
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, February 13, 1864
* Generals Grant and Meade
* Jefferson Davis
This issue is full of Civil War reports, which include the following: "From General Grant's Army", "From General Meade's Army", "The Despair and the Hope of the Rebels", " Jeff.'s Contrabands", "From General Grant's Army", "From N... See More
* Terrible tenement housing fire in New York City
* Instrumental is the advancement of significant building codes
A CIVIL WAR issue, from the New York Tribune, dated, January 9, 1864.
* A New Religion
* Southern Civilization
This issue is full of Civil War reports, which include the following: " Copperhead Christianity," "From General Butler's Department," "Sale of Rebel Property for Taxes..." and " Southern Civilization."
The issue will be in overall nice condition, with... See More
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, July 19, 1859 Page 6 has: "An Overland Journey. XIV. Lo! The Poor Indian" initialed at the end: H.G.
Horace Greeley, founder & editor of the New York Tribune, visited the Yosemite Valley in 1859 during his trip to the West. The series of 34 travelogue articles is significant as it was the first widely-distributed news about Yosemite that brought Yosemit... See More
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, November 14, 1863
* The Peace Congress
* Victory in West Virgiania
* Grant, Meade, & Burnside
This issue is full of Civil War reports, which including the following: " The "Peace" Congress," "From Charleston," "From the Army of the Potomac," "From General Thomas's Army," and " The Victory i... See More
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, July 27, 1865
* Comencement at Yale
* General Sherman in Indianapolis
This issue is full of Civil War reports, which including the following: "Brutal Murder," "Another Ruffianly Raid," "Robbing, Fighting and Shooting," "Commencement at Yale," "General Sherman at Indianapolis," and "Trial of the New Stea... See More
* The Arrest of Vallandigham
* Slaveholding Murder
This issue is full of Civil War reports, which including the following: "From the Army of the Potomac," "Vallandigham," "Slaveholding Murder," "Governor Seymour on Vallandigham's Arrest," "How the Rebel Armies are Recruited" and "Later From New Orleans." Th
A CIVIL WAR issue, from the New York Tribune, dated, June 13, 1863.
* The Siege of Vicksburg
* The Siege of Port Hudson
* Colored Troops
This issue is full of Civil War reports, which including the following: " From the Army of the Potomac," " Tenderness for Negroes," " The Siege of Vicksburg," " The Assault," "Steeles's Invasion," " The Siege of Port Hudson," and ".... See More
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, July 16, 1859
* Horace Greeley's journey
* Pikes Peak Diggings
Page 6 has: "An Overland Journey. XIII. The Gold In The Rocky Mountains" initialed at the end: H.G. Horace Greeley, founder & editor of the New York Tribune, visited the Yosemite Valley in 1859 during his trip to the West. The series of 34 travelogue articles is significant as it was the... See More
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, Oct. 8, 1859 Page 8 has: "An Overland Journey. XXXI. California Physically Considered"initialed at the end: H.G.
Horace Greeley, founder & editor of the New York Tribune, visited the Yosemite Valley in 1859 during his trip to the West. The series of 34 travelogue articles is significant as it was the first widely-distributed news about Yosemite that bro... See More
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, July 29, 1865 The back page has: "The Field Base Ball--Keystone of Philadelphia agt. Star of Brooklyn, with the summary mentioning: "The seats apportioned for ladies was filled with the galaxy of beauty and finery by the fair sex of Long Island..." and that many had fashionable umbrellas and parasols. Includes the box score. Also post civil war news such... See More
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, July 19, 1861 Pages 4 & 5 have much on the Civil War including some accounts of the military events just prior to the first major contest of the war--the Battle of Bull Run. Heads include: "The Forward Movement" "General Order Against Pillaging" "The Troops Too Anxious to Inflict Injury" "Another Battle" "Occupation of Centreville" "The Rebels Still on the Run" "The First Day... See More
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Sept. 7, 1865 On the front page under The Field & Base Ball is a brief summary and box score of a match between the Gotham and Eckford clubs. There is also a very brief dispatch about the contest between the Maryland club of Baltimore and the National club of Washington, won by Washington. Nice to have on the front page.
SUNDAY MAGAZINE OF THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, New York, April 10, 1910. A great issue for framing and displaying!
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, Jan. 26, 1859 On pg. 7 under "Equal Rights At Union College" is a letter which asks if the college, "endorsed by the state", can refuse the admission of a "young colored man", despite his stellar qualifications. Says the college president asked the junior class to make the decision who, by a majority of ten, voted in favor of admission, but he ... See More
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, June 17, 1859 Pg. 3 has a compelling letter to the editor headed: "Have We A State Religion?" Describes an incident in which a professor at the State Normal School who also taught a Bible Class was dismissed because it was determined "...that a change had taken place in his theological opinions--that he no longer believed in all the doctrines held in the chur... See More
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, New York, June 12, 1862. This 8 page newspaper is in good condition due to the use of cotton and rag paper during this very historic time in U.S. history. This issue is loaded with advertisements and Civil War reports throughout from the day it was first reported which includes the following FRONT PAGE Maps: "THE ACTION BEFORE MEMPHIS" "THE SITUATION AT FORT PILLOW". Also include... See More
THE JEFFERSONIAN, Albany, New York, April 14, 1838 A volume I issue (number 9) of this uncommon title published by Horace Greeley, who went on to greater fame as editor of the New York Tribune. Contains mostly political-related content, but also a "Summary Of News" on the bkpg. Quarto-size, 8 pgs., some loss in the outer blank margin of an inside leaf, areas of staining at the b... See More
* Religious themed articles
Back page has: "Spiritual Baptism" "Unique Proceedings of Progessionists" "Extraordinary Excursion in Search of Consecrated Waters" "Droll Scenes and Incidents". Occasional foxing.
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, March 24, 1863 Among the front page column heads on the Civil War are: "Remarkable Article by the Richmond Whig" "It Urges Mutiny & Revolt by Our Soldiers' "It Says they Will starve in the Impoverished South" "Tall Lying About the Recent Cavalry Fight" "The Affair at Port Hudson" "The Yazoo Pass Expedition"... See More
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, June 19, 1874 On pg. 5 under "Base Ball" is a summary of game between the Chicago White Stockings and the New York Mutuals, won by the Mutuals 38-1. Described in one baseball reference book as one of the poorest games of baseball played between two professional clubs. Mentions there were 3,000 spectators. Includes the box score.
New York Tribune, not dated but actually from 1873, which contains on the front page a lengthy article on "Sound and Hearing" which includes several related illustrations, plus another article: "Voice & Speech" with more related prints, carrying over to page 2 as well. Complete in 4 pages, nice condition.
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, June 2, 1868 Ftpg. has: "Grant And Colfax" "The Letters Of Acceptance". Includes Grant's letter accepting the nomination which is signed in type: U. S. Grant, as well as a letter of acceptance signed in type by Schuyler Colfax. Excellent condition.
NEW YORK TRIBUNE newspaper dated Feb. 15, 1867. See the photo below for the interesting front page one column heads (at the top of the last column) announcing that "Phineas T. Barnum Nominated for Congress in The Fourth District" in Connecticut, plus some related text including a chart showing the election returns and the actual count. Front page has some creases caused during printing but causing... See More
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.
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
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Aug. 8, 1865 See the photo below for the front page, one column headlines concerning affairs in Texas from just after the end of the Civil War. The related text on these reports takes about 1 1/3 columns on the front page. You get the complete, 8 page issue in very nice, clean condition, with just a bit of irregularity at the spine.
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Aug. 28, 1865 Nice ftpg. map shows the route of the Atlantic telegraph cable across Newfoundland, "...should it ever be laid..." which would not happen successfully for another 3 years. Most of the ftpg. is taken up with "The Cable" and the troubles.
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 11, 1857 Front page shows: "Camp of the Pilgrims to the Jordan" and a half page: "Valley of the Jordan and Dead Sea" with a related article: "Travel Notes in Bible Lands". Small print of: "John P. Durbin, D.D." Nice two-thirds page print: "The City of San Francisco, California".
Nice article: "Salt La... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 30, 1858 The front page features an article and illustration: 'Rev. Stephen H. Tying'. 'Life In Hong Kong' includes three illustrations of men. "Life In Hong Kong" features three illustrations. "Travel Notes In Bible Lands" features a large illustration "The Great Cemetery of Antioch" and a smaller illustrat... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 22, 1858 The front page shows: "Hon. William H. English, of Indiana". A full page: "Coming Thru the Rye". Half page shows a train "Accident on the New York Central Railroad near Utica". "The Island of Perim, Red Sea" Full page. Winslow Homer print: "The Boston Common". "Cod-Fishing on the Newfound... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, August 14, 1858 The front page features an article and half page illustration of "The Atlantic Telegraph" (England, United States). Inside half page map of "The Gulf of Petielle." Also two illustrations of boats including "The Pei-Ho Forts" and "Victoria, Vancouver's Island." The Great Cricket Match at Hoboken" i... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, Apr. 7, 1860 Halfpg: 'Terrible Fire in a Tenement House, 45th St. N.Y.' & 'Identification of the Bodies at the Station House'. & 'Railroad Bridge at Nashville, Tenn.' The back page contains a Winslow Homer print: 'Scene in Union Square, N.Y., on a March Day'. Complete in 16 pages.
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 12, 1862 The front page has prints of: "Major-General Buell" "Brigadier-General Shields" and "Bomb-Proof Sandbag Battery at New Bern, North Carolina, Taken by General Burnside's Troops."
Inside has a full page with 3 prints: "Views at New Madrid and Point Pleasant" and another full page with 2 naval prints: &qu... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 29, 1865 The frontpage has a large and dramatic illustration of "J. Wilkes Booth" plus a lengthy article headed: 'The Murder Of The President' making this a nice display issue.
Inside text articles are entitled "Abraham Lincoln", "President Johnson", "Mr. Seward", "Great Pan Is Dead" and "The Folly... See More
HARPER'S WEEKLY, Nov. 9, 1867 Full ftpg: 'The District School Teacher'. Halfpg: 'Laying the Corner Stone of the New City Hall at Baltimore' 1/4 pg: 'Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Penna. Nice fullpg: 'Scene of a Mississippi River Steamer' shows many Blacks. Displayable! Fullpg: 'Delta of the Mississippi'
Complete in sixteen pages.