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Item # 177829

April 1, 1916

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York City, New York, April 1, 1916

This issue has a color cover page before the title page.

In this issue, there are several articles including "The Next Election" by Henry French Hollis, U. S. Senator from New Hampshire; "The Nation's Capital"; "Godmothers to the Trenches" by Henry G. Dodge; "A Columbian Idyl" by Joyce Kilmer; "The Mystery of Diplomacy" by Richard Washburn Child; "Rubber-Stamps in Hades: by Alice Malone; "Huerta and the Two Wilsons" by Robert H. Murray; "The Alleged Futility of Canals" by William Halleck Jones and "Fishing in Layers" by Charles Phelps Cushing plus much more.

There are also several photos in this issue including "The City" by Brian Hooker; "A New Angle on Universal Service"; "Where Villa Crossed the Border: Crime and Punishment at Columbus"; "Preparing for the Great Spring Drive" and "The Author of a Weird Fad."

Some illustrations are also included in this issue including "'A fight--and I didn't start it!'" by Morris.

Other advertisements of the day are included as well, helping to portray life at the turn of the century. This issue is in very good condition.

Category: Harper's Weekly

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