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Item # 661452
April 18, 1874
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 18, 1874 Certainly the best print in this famous illustrated newspaper is the very nice full page by noted artist Winslow Homer, captioned: "New York Charities--St. Barnabas House, 304 Mulberry Street".
Among the other prints in this issue are the full front page by Thomas Worth: "Pride & Politeness", the full page with eleven scenes of "American Sardine Fishery", a 3/4 pg. with two prints of monkeys and baboons; a full page: "The Poor Drunkard--More Helpless than a Child"; two prints taking most of a page: "Liverpool--Waiting for the Ferry Boat" & "Liverpool--Arrival of the Ferry Boat"; and a half page: "Punch At Home".
The Supplement issues has images of "Charles Robert Darwin", Robert Browning", and "Dean Stanley" and a nice full page with five vignettes of: "The Moravians at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania" and a full page with 2 prints of: "The Naval Review--Key West, From the Martello Tower--Fort Taylor and Fleet in the Distance."
Complete in 20 pages, very nice, clean condition.