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"The Representative American Citizen?" by Kemble...



Item # 177656

May 11, 1912

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 11, 1912  This issue has two parts - the typical 1st 16 pages (called Part I), and The Woman's Suffrage-Themed Supplement (called Part II). See note re: Part II below.

The front page of part I has a photo of "Hon. Henry D. Clayton. Also included is an illustration of "The Representative American Citizen?" by Kemble. There are photos of "The Last Act of a Great Tragedy" and there is an article of "A Month of Battles" by James Barnes with photos "from a wood-cut in a contemporary issue of "Harper's Weekly."" There is also a photo called "'To the Boats!' - In Port." Also in this issue are photos of "The Theater in Spring" and photos of "Studies in Water-Color" plus much more. Other advertisements of the day are included as well, helping to portray life at the turn of the century. See first 8 images.

The Supplement (Part II - the last 3 images) has "Marching For Suffrage" with photos of "Some of the women riders who led the procession." There is also a double page photo of "On the March For Suffrage" and a photo spread of "Parading for the Cause."

Note: The Supplement (Part II), when available, is offered with Part I at:  Harper's Weekly, May 11, 1912 - Parts I and II

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