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Flying Machine... Launching "Connecticut"...



Item # 177272

October 15, 1904

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, October 15, 1904  Front page illustration "The Lion-Tamer" by W. A. Rogers; Paul Morton, The New Secretary of the Navy; The Railroad Disaster at Knoxville, Tennessee, in Which More Than Fifty Lives Were Lost; Launching the "Connecticut," the Largest Battle-Ship in the United States Navy; Receiving Wireless Messages on Ship-Board 2000 Miles From Land; Photos Showing the Method of Training Horses for War Service; Double page Photo, Japanese Mountain Guns in Action at the Battle of Kwan-Sui-Ten; Snap-Shots of the French Flying-Machine "Lebaudy II.," Showing the Machine at the Start, Finish, and During the Course of a Trial Trip; Ad, The Game Sherlock Holmes; and other advertisements of the day. The issue is complete in 12-16 pages, in good condition, and contains additional prints and related text. See photos for details.

Category: Harper's Weekly

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