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The great Baltimore/Maryland flood of 1868...

John Allen (one of NY's most notorious criminals)...



Item # 173224

August 8, 1868

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, August 8, 1868  The frontpage of the issue features and article on "The Maryland Flood" and has three illustrations 'The Great Flood in Maryland--Destruction of the Fayette St. Bridge, Baltimore'. and two smaller ones with an additional halfpage illustration inside also. A halfpage illustration entitled "Inauguration of the Luther Monument at Worms". A fullpage illustration "Sunday Morning In the Fourth Ward, New York". An article entitled "The 'Wickedest Man' As He Is" refers to John Allen of New York and has four accompanying illustration in regards to his dance-hall and house as well as an illustration of him and his son, Chester.  A halfpage illustration 'Hunting the Polar Bear'. An article 'A Lobster Factory' also has four small illustrations.  A 1/6 page illustration of "The Late Emanuel Leutzke, the Artist" and a 1/4 page illustration of "Hon. James Brooks, of New York." The back page features a Thomas Nast political cartoon "One Vote Less".

Complete in 16 pages and contains additional prints and related text.

Category: 1866-1869

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