Click image to enlarge 177833
Show image list »
Image001_tn
Image002_tn
Image003_tn
Image004_tn
Image005_tn
Image006_tn
Image007_tn
Image008_tn
Image009_tn
Image010_tn
Image011_tn
Image012_tn
Image013_tn
Image014_tn
Image015_tn
Image016_tn
Image017_tn
Image018_tn
Image019_tn
Image020_tn
Image021_tn
Image022_tn
Image023_tn
Image024_tn
Image025_tn
Image026_tn
Item # 177833

April 29, 1916

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York City, New York, April 29, 1916

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

In this issue, there are several articles including "The Coming Election" by Charles D. Hazen; "Plutarch Lights of History--No. 7: Bernard Shaw" by F. P. A.; "Movies Destroy Art" by Charles E. Whittaker; "Movies Create Art" by Maurice Tourneur; "The French Case" by Philip Guedalla; "Making Photography Painless" by Charles Phelps Cushing; "Modern Art Today" by Walter Pach; "Labor and the Clayton Act" by William B. Wilson, Secretary of Labor; "A Master of Marionettes" by Gilbert Hirsch and "A Radical Statesman" by McGregor plus much more.

There are also several photos in this issue including "Seagulls of the British Navy"; "Sparta Revived--Boys Bearing Arms"; "News Photographs by Amateurs" and "Arguments for Riding in Motor Cars."

Some illustrations are also included in this issue including "The Old Fisherman"; "Any Old Morn" 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

Available Now

$36.00