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Item # 177830

April 8, 1916

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York City, New York, April 8, 1916 (no color cover)

In this issue, there are several articles including "A Reply to Mr. Wilson" by Lincoln Steffens; "Rumania's Man of Power" by Gerald Morgan; "The Humanness of Advertising" by Milton Goodman; "Trails of the Little Neutrals" which includes several photos; "Huerta and the Two Wilsons" by Robert H. Murray; "The Greatest Sport in the World" by W. B. Hanna; "The Dullest Sport in the World" by Louis Graves; "A Great French Sculptress" by Janet Scudder; "America First" by "a Famous American Editor"; "Our Army's Most Mobile Weapons" which includes several photos and "Motor Car Cleansers and Clocks" by John Chapman Hilder plus much more.

There are also several photos in this issue including "Cardinal and Queen"; "Some Spring Academy Prize Paintings"; "From Cameras Wit ha Sense of News: A Page of Photographs by Amateurs"; "A Really Fine Shakespeare Revival" and "American Guns Mexican Soil."

Some illustrations are also included in this issue including "The G. O. P.: 'I don't know about that peanut. He caused me terrible internal pain" 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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