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Winslow Homer...



Item # 173818

April 18, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, April 18, 1874  Certainly the best print in this famous illustrated newspaper is the very nice full page by noted artist Winslow Homer, captioned: "New York Charities--St. Barnabas House, 304 Mulberry Street".
Among the other prints in this issue are the full ftpg. by Thomas Worth: "Pride & Politeness", the fullpg. with eleven scenes of "American Sardine Fishery", a 3/4 pg. with two prints of monkeys and baboons; a fullpg: "The Poor Drunkard--More Helpless than a Child"; two prints taking most of a page: "Liverpool--Waiting for the Ferry Boat" & "Liverpool--Arrival of the Ferry Boat"; and a halfpg: "Punch At Home".
The Supplement issues has images of "Charles Robert Darwin", Robert Browning", and "Dean Stanley" and a nice fullpg. with five vignettes of: "The Moravians at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania" and a fullpg. with 2 prints of: "The Naval Review--Key West, From the Martello Tower--Fort Taylor and Fleet in the Distance."
Complete in sixteen pages.

Category: 1870-1879

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