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Ice Yachting... Mark Twain Anecdote...



Item # 177290

February 4, 1905

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, February 4, 1905  Front page illustration "The Upheaval" by W. A. Rogers; Ice-Yachting and Skate-Sailing on the Shrewsbury River, in New Jersey; Match Games of "Curling" in and Around New York; The Automobile Show at the Madison Square Garden, New York; Plans for the New Terminal Station of the New York Central Railroad at Forty-Second Street; The One-Hundredth Anniversary Exhibition of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, From January 23 to March 4;The Massacres in St. Petersburg; Photos of Scenes in St. Petersburg Connected with the Russian Riots and Massacre; The Russian Massacres of January 22--Drawn by Sigismond Ivanowski, Formerly of St. Petersburg, From Cabled Description; Prince Sviatopolk-Mirsky, Russina Minister of the Interior, to Whom the Workmen Appealed for an Audience with the Czar; A Mark Twain Anecdote (not included in photos); and other advertisements of the day. See photos for full details.

Category: Harper's Weekly

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