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Blacks voting... Deer hunting in the Adirondacks...



Item # 173246

October 24, 1868

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, October 24, 1868  The full front page of this issue is comprised of 3 Thomas Nast political cartoons, one of which regards blacks voting. A halfpage illustration of 'Floating for Deer in the Adirondacks'. A full  page "Grand Demonstration of the Democracy in New York City, October 5, 1868". The doublepage centerfold by Thomas Nast is a political cartoon: 'Both Sides of the Question' regarding the North & South. An article "The War In Paraguay" has accompanying illustrations. "A 2/3 page illustration is of "Monumental Statue Erected to the Memory of Major-General John Sedgwick by the Sixth Corps." A small illustration "An Unknown Soldier" has an accompanying article. "The Wonderful Fish, Caught Near Eastport, Maine, Aug. 3, 1868" also has an associated article.
Complete in sixteen pages, in good condition, and contains additional prints and related text. 

Category: 1866-1869

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