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Jews and Immigration...
Last issue of Harper's Weekly ever printed...
Item # 177835
May 13, 1916
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York City, New York, May 13, 1916 (note: this was the last issue printed by Harper's Weekly... and does not have a color cover).
In this issue, there are several articles including "'The Tempest'" by N. H.; "The Jews and Immigration" by Louis Marshall; "The U. S. S. Montana which includes a photo of the "Montana"; "Why Goremykin Resigned" by Leo Pasvolsky; "Painting in America" by Ronald Simmons; "An American School Army" by Kent E. Keller; "A Vacation in the Hudson Valley" by Wallace Howland which includes several photos; "Concerning Religious Prejudice" by P. H. Callahan and "Art in Art Titles" by Charles Phelps Cushing plus much more.
There are also several photos in this issue including "A Shakespeare Fantasy"; "Fighting a Flying Enemy"; "Kodaks and the Days News" and "The Rising Cost of Ballplayers."
Some illustrations are also included in this issue including "Why Not?" 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. It does have a perforated library stamp at the top right corner of the front page which is very difficult to see in the images.
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