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614980

Christopher Columbus...

Item #614980

May 30, 1868

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 30, 1868 (print only) This is a single page illustration entitled "Columbus Explaining His Discovery of America to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella", which is also the cover page of the issue.

This measures approximately 10.75 x 15.75 inches and is in very nice condition.

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$15.00
614643

Thomas Nast Santa...

Item #614643

December 30, 1871

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, December 30, 1871  The full front page is the famous Thomas Nast illustration of: "Santa Claus's Mail." which is very displayable.

Inside is a full pg. illus. of "Christmas in Virginia - A Present from the Great House." Full pg. illus. of "A Roman Catholic Mission from England to the 'Heathens' of America." Doublepage c... See More  

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613607

Victoria Woodhull as the devil...

Item #613607

February 17, 1872

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Feb. 17, 1872 



* Victoria Claflin Woodhull

* Women's suffrage movement




This issue features a dramatic full page Thomas Nast print in which he portrays Victoria Woodhull as the devil, captioned: "Get Thee Behind Me, Mrs. Satan!". Not shown in the photo here is an unhappy woman who '...in climbing the rugged hill of life is compelled to be... See More  

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613606

Early Ku Klux Klan... Good Mormon content with prints...

Item #613606

January 27, 1872

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Jan. 27, 1872 



* Very rare Ku Klux Klan print

* Brigham Young & the Mormons




The front page is mostly taken up with an article: "The Ku-Klux" which is early discussion of the clan, and also includes an illustration: "Mississippi Ku-Klux in the Disguises in Which they were Captured".

Also within the issue are prints: "Wood Sell... See More  

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613590

Famous Winslow Homer Print...

Item #613590

October 11, 1873

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, October 11, 1873 



* Original Winslow Homer print



Certainly the primary print of interest is the full page by famed artist Winslow Homer titled: "Ship Building, Gloucester Harbor."

Other prints in the issue include a front full page Thomas Nast: "Keeping the Money Where it Will Do Most Good." Inside has a full page: "Broad Street D... See More  

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177850

Larry Lajoie... Fred Merkle...

Item #177850

July 11, 1914

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York City, New York, July 11, 1914



This issue has a color cover page before the title.



In this issue, there are several articles including "A Republican Suicide"; "When Chesterton Is Angry"; "The Women on the Farm"; "Beckham of Kentucky"; "Around the Capitol", "Sports", Balls and Strikes" featuring Larr... See More  

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177849

Fourth of July cover...

Item #177849

July 04, 1914

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York City, New York, July 4, 1914



This issue has a color cover page before the title page featuring the 4th of July.



In this issue, there are several articles including "Your Chance of Drowning"; "Mona Lisa and the Wheelbarrow" pertaining to da Vinci's diagram; "Around the Capitol"; "You Can't Make a Bull Moose Work in Harne... See More  

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612655

Republican elephant & Democratic donkey...

First appearance together... Thomas Nast...

Item #612655

December 27, 1879

HARPER'S WEEKLY, December 27, 1879 (print only) This is a single leaf full page print taken from this issue of the famous Thomas Nast print containing the first appearance together of the Republican elephant & Democratic donkey. Thomas Nast was the creator of these two famous political symbols making this a very significant print. The caption reads: "Stranger Things Have Happened.&qu... See More  

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612495

Full text of the Emancipation Proclamation, plus a Winslow Homer print...

Item #612495

January 17, 1863

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 17, 1863  Certainly the most historic content would be the page 2 complete printing of: "By the President of the United States of America - A Proclamation" which is the full text of the Emancipation Proclamation, signed in type by the President: Abraham Lincoln.

Half of the front page: "The Teamsters' Duel" showing two Black men ... See More  

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609970

Full text of the Emancipation Proclamation, plus a Winslow Homer print...

Item #609970

January 17, 1863

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 17, 1863  Certainly the most historic content would be the page 2 complete printing of: "By the President of the United States of America - A Proclamation" which is the full text of the Emancipation Proclamation, signed in type by the President: Abraham Lincoln.

Half of the front page: "The Teamsters' Duel" showing two Black men ... See More  

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608541

The Assassination... President Lincoln's funeral...

Item #608541

May 20, 1865

(2nd-rate - as shown) HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 20, 1865  The front page has an article: "The Assassination" and another "President Lincoln's Funeral" and also includes illustrations of: "Ruins of Garrett's Barn...Where Booth Was Shot: and "Garrett's House, Where Booth Died" and: "Harold's House, Near the Washington Navy-Yard&qu... See More  

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607386

Displayable Thomas Nast Santa Claus...

Item #607386

December 30, 1865

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Dec. 30, 1865  This issue features a great doublepage centerfold done by famed artist Thomas Nast, titled: "Merry Christmas To All", showing 8 vignettes of a Christmas theme with the central focus being a great portrait of Santa Claus with a pipe in hand. One of the better Nast Santa Claus prints and very displayable. Best of all it is "tipped-in&... See More  

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607383

Thomas Nast's first Republican elephant print...

Item #607383

November 07, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Nov. 7, 1874  The full front page is a Thomas Nast political cartoon: "A Tammany Rat", but certainly the most significant print in this issue is another full page Thomas Nast political cartoon titled: 'The 3rd term Panic' which shows the Republican elephant for the first time. Thomas Nast was the creator of both the Republican elephant and the ... See More  

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606997

Very displayable Thomas Nast Santa Claus on the front page...

Item #606997

January 03, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY January 3, 1874  The entire front page features a terrific & very desirable Thomas Nast illustration: "Christmas Eve - Santa Claus Waiting for the Children to Get to Sleep."  which is very displayable (see). Thomas Nast is credited with creating the modern "jolly" version of Santa.

Inside is found a wealth of other Christmas-related prints inc... See More  

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606687

The Assassination... President Lincoln's funeral...

Item #606687

May 20, 1865

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 20, 1865  The front page has an article: "The Assassination" and another "President Lincoln's Funeral" and also includes illustrations of: "Ruins of Garrett's Barn...Where Booth Was Shot: and "Garrett's House, Where Booth Died" and: "Harold's House, Near the Washington Navy-Yard".

Inside has a ful... See More  

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606311

One of the more desirable Winslow Homer prints...

Item #606311

June 13, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, June 13, 1874 



* Winslow Homer



Front full pg. Nast illus. entitled "Jewels Among Swine." Inside is a full pg. illus. of "The Flower Mission." Full pg. illus. of "Decoration Day - Services Around the Lincoln Monument, Union Square, New York."

But certainly the most desired print in this issue is the full page by Winslow Homer:... See More  

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606310

Famous Homer print...

Item #606310

September 19, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, September 19, 1874  Although there are many very nice prints within this complete, 16 page issue, by far the most desired is the very nice full page print by Winslow Homer titled: "Flirting on the Sea-Shore, and on the Meadow" (see). 

Also included in this issue is a nice full front page by Frank Church: "A Village Public School--The Young O... See More  

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606309

First appearance of the Republican elephant print... Homer print...

Item #606309

November 07, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Nov. 7, 1874  Certainly the most significant print in this issue is another full page Thomas Nast political cartoon titled: "The 3rd term Panic" which shows the Republican elephant for the first time. Thomas Nast was the creator of both the Republican elephant and the Democratic donkey, as well as the modern version of Santa Claus.

Other prints includ... See More  

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605765

Winslow Homer print: "Gathering Berries"...

Item #605765

July 11, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY New York, July 11, 1874  Although there are many fine prints in this issue, certainly the most desired is the full page by noted artist Winslow Homer titled: "Gathering Berries" (see).

The full front page shows: "A Kansas Land Office" and prints inside include: "A Boy's Dream of the 'Glorious Fourth' "; a full page by political ca... See More  

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604671

A.B. Frost on hunting... Santa Claus... New Year's...

Item #604671

January 06, 1877

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 6, 1877  The full front page is a montage of prints captioned: "The New Year". Prints within include a Thomas Nast political cartoon: "No--No More Chestnuts For Me."; full pg: "An American Farm Yard--A Frosty Morning" & a fullpg: "The Children's Corner at the Centennial--Exhibition of Dolls and Toys"; anoth... See More  

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604025

Very displayable Thomas Nast Santa Claus on the front page...

Item #604025

January 03, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY January 3, 1874    The entire front page features a terrific & very desirable Thomas Nast illustration: "Christmas Eve - Santa Claus Waiting for the Children to Get to Sleep."  which is very displayable (see). Thomas Nast is credited with creating the modern "jolly" version of Santa.

Inside is found a wealth of other Christmas-related pri... See More  

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604015

The classic Nast Santa Claus...

Item #604015

December 20, 1884

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, December 20, 1884 Certainly the prime feature of this issue is the great two page spread with two prints by noted artist Thomas Nast. One is captioned: "Hello! Santa Claus!" showing a girl on the telephone, and the other is: "Hello! Little One!" showing Santa Claus on the phone as well. This is the classic portly, jolly image of Santa (Nast is cre... See More  

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604011

Nast Christmas centerfold...

Item #604011

December 25, 1886

HARPER'S WEEKLY, Dec. 25, 1886 This is the centerfold only, a doublepage print captioned: "Santa Claus Can't Say That I've Forgotten Anything." Tiny binding holes at the fold and some loss at the left margin not affecting the image. Measures 16 by 22 inches.

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604010

Displayable Thomas Nast Santa Claus...

Item #604010

December 30, 1865

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Dec. 30, 1865  This issue features a great doublepage centerfold done by famed artist Thomas Nast, titled: "Merry Christmas To All", showing 8 vignettes of a Christmas theme with the central focus being a great portrait of Santa Claus with a pipe in hand. One of the better Nast Santa Claus prints and very displayable. Best of all it is "tipped-in&... See More  

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603292

Great Thomas Nast Santa Claus print...

Item #603292

December 24, 1881

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, December 24, 1881  The full front page is a great print of the famed Thomas Nast Santa Claus print: "Caught!" showing Santa with a child's arms around him (see). Thomas Nast is credited with creating the modern version of Santa Claus. The doublepage centerfold is also a nice Thomas Nast Christmas print, captioned: "Christmas Fancies - 'Don... See More  

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600526

Report on the Gettysburg Address...

Thomas Nast's Thanksgiving Day...

Item #600526

December 05, 1863

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, December 5, 1863



* Gettysburg Address ceremony

* Abraham Lincoln

* Thomas Nast




The entire front page shows: "The President's Hymn--Give Thanks, All Ye People". However, the most notable content is likely the detailed report of Abraham Lincoln's address at Gettysburg. While the actual address is not provided, considerable details and the rari... See More  

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599072

The Providence baseball team, in uniform...

Item #599072

September 30, 1882

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Sept. 30, 1882  The full front page is a Thomas Nast political cartoon: "A Proud Day For England". But the most notable print would be the very nice half page baseball print titled: "The Providence Base-Ball Club" showing the team in uniform, with bats and balls as well. The players are identified by name, including the manager: Harry Wright.... See More  

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599071

A baseball team in uniform...

Item #599071

May 14, 1881

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, May 14, 1881 



* Early baseball team illustration



The full front page is a Thomas Nast political cartoon: "Is There To Be A Power Behind The Throne?" But the most significant print would be the very nice half page baseball print: "The Princeton college Base-Ball Nine" showing them in uniform and with bats, a ball, and two catcher's m... See More  

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598341

Mardi Gras... P.T. Barnum Ad...

Item #598341

March 29, 1873

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 29, 1873



* Mardi Gras - New Orleans



Full ftpg. political cartoon by Nast: "The Game of Fox and Geese; or Legal Trial of the Period". Fullpage "Mardi Gras in New Orleans--Grand Tableau of the 'Mistick Krewe' " with accompanying article. Nice Thomas Nast double page centerfold: "The Meeting of Nast and Watterson in Central J... See More  

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598240

Homer print...

Thomas Nast Emmancipation illustration... Slave auction... Slave pen...

Item #598240

January 24, 1863

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 24, 1863



* Thomas Nast on the Emancipation of Negroes

* Winslow Homer print

* Print of a slave pen - a great contrast with the emancipation-themed print

* Reference to the infamous "Weeping Day" auction near Savannah, Georgia (the largest sale of slaves on American soil in U.S. history)




This issue contains a fine centerfold by Thomas Nast: ... See More  

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598080

Thomas Nast prints...

Item #598080

February 18, 1882

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, February 18, 1882



Incomplete, various edge tears, some wrinkles - see images

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597312

Mardi Gras... P.T. Barnum Ad...

Item #597312

March 29, 1873

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 29, 1873



* Mardi Gras - New Orleans



Full ftpg. political cartoon by Nast: "The Game of Fox and Geese; or Legal Trial of the Period". Fullpage "Mardi Gras in New Orleans--Grand Tableau of the 'Mistick Krewe' " with accompanying article. Nice Thomas Nast double page centerfold: "The Meeting of Nast and Watterson in Central J... See More  

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597225

A great double page print of Abraham Lincoln holding a flag...

Item #597225

October 01, 1864

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Oct. 1, 1864  The front page shows: "General Warren Extending & Fortifying His Lines Across the Weldon Railroad". Inside has a full page: "The Halt" by Thomas Nast; a full page: "General Sherman's Victory--Rebel Prisoners Being conducted to Atlanta From Jonesborough"; a half pg: "Destruction of Cars by General Hood Prev... See More  

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597224

Thomas Nast's first Republican elephant print...

Item #597224

November 07, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Nov. 7, 1874 



* Famous 1st Republican elephant print

* Thomas Nast illustration




The full front page is a Thomas Nast political cartoon: "A Tammany Rat", but certainly the most significant print in this issue is another full page Thomas Nast political cartoon titled: 'The 3rd term Panic' which shows the Republican elephant for the very fi... See More  

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597217

Custer's Massacre...

Item #597217

July 22, 1876

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, July 22, 1876 



* The Custer Massacre

* Chief Sitting Bull

* Prints




The entire front page is a nice political cartoon by famed artist Thomas Nast, captioned: "The Democratic (Deformed) Tiger 'Fixed' ".

Within this issue is over a full column article headed: "The Montana Slaughter", which in addition to follow up work by Genera... See More  

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596701

Mardi Gras... P.T. Barnum Ad...

Item #596701

March 29, 1873

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, March 29, 1873



* Mardi Gras - New Orleans



Full ftpg. political cartoon by Nast: "The Game of Fox and Geese; or Legal Trial of the Period". Fullpage "Mardi Gras in New Orleans--Grand Tableau of the 'Mistick Krewe' " with accompanying article. Nice Thomas Nast double page centerfold: "The Meeting of Nast and Watterson in Central J... See More  

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596235

Much concerning Charleston... Two Winslow Homer prints...

Item #596235

April 25, 1863

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 25, 1863 



* Winslow Homer prints

* Charleston SC South Carolina




The full front page is a print of: "Admiral Samuel F. Dupont, Commanding the Fleet Off Charleston". Inside page prints include a full page by famed artist Winslow Homer: "Great Sumter Meeting in Union Square, New York"; a full page Thomas Nast cartoon: "A Group ... See More  

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596171

Great baseball print...

Item #596171

June 27, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, June 27, 1874 



* Great baseball illustration print

* Boston champs




Within this complete issue is a great full page print captioned: "International Baseball--The Boston Champions" showing the entire team in uniform (see ). The name of each player is captioned below, the list including Al Spaulding and James O'Rourke among others. A related a... See More  

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595714

Thomas Nast's first Republican elephant print... Homer print...

Item #595714

November 07, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Nov. 7, 1874  The full front page is a Thomas Nast political cartoon: "A Tammany Rat", but certainly the most significant print in this issue is another full page Thomas Nast political cartoon titled: 'The 3rd term Panic' which shows the Republican elephant for the first time. Thomas Nast was the creator of both the Republican elephant and the ... See More  

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595693

Thomas Nast's first Republican elephant print... Homer print...

Item #595693

November 07, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Nov. 7, 1874  The full front page is a Thomas Nast political cartoon: "A Tammany Rat", but certainly the most significant print in this issue is another full page Thomas Nast political cartoon titled: 'The 3rd term Panic' which shows the Republican elephant for the first time. Thomas Nast was the creator of both the Republican elephant and the ... See More  

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595175

Famous Winslow Homer print...

Item #595175

September 19, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Sept. 19, 1874 (with Supplement)  Although there are many very nice prints within this complete, 16 page issue, by far the most desired is the very nice full page print by Winslow Homer titled: "Flirting on the Sea-Shore, and on the Meadow" which is in nice condition (see). 

Also included in this issue is a nice full front page by Frank Church: &... See More  

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595015

Very displayable Thomas Nast Santa Claus front page...

Item #595015

January 03, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 3, 1874 (front page Santa print by Thomas Nast)



* Thomas Nast's Santa Claus

* Only includes the front page print shown)




This is just the front leaf of this issue, which features a terrific & very desirable Thomas Nast illustration: "Christmas Eve - Santa Claus Waiting for the Children to Get to Sleep."  (see photos). Nast Santa C... See More  

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594737

Thomas Nast's first Santa Claus for Harper's Weekly...

Item #594737

January 03, 1863

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, January 3, 1863  The full front front page is an illustration of "Santa Claus in Camp", this being the very first representation of Santa Claus by Thomas Nast in this publication. Inside the doublepage centerfold has two large illustrations of "Christmas Eve, 1862.", by Thomas Nast.

Full pg. illustration containing two 1/2 pg. prints of &quo... See More  

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594730

Very displayable Thomas Nast Santa Claus on the front page...

Item #594730

January 03, 1874

HARPER'S WEEKLY January 3, 1874 



* Thomas Nast

* Santa Claus

* Christmas




The entire front page features a terrific & very desirable Thomas Nast illustration: "Christmas Eve - Santa Claus Waiting for the Children to Get to Sleep."  (see photos). Nast Santa Claus prints are much in demand as he is credited with creating the modern "jolly" version of Sant... See More  

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594715

Nast print: Lincoln invites Confederates to the Christmas table...

Item #594715

December 31, 1864

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, Dec. 31, 1864  The full front page shows children in a bedroom playing with Christmas gifts and toys while the parents watch from the doorway.

The very ornate doublepage centerfold by Thomas Nast is titled: "The Union Christmas Dinner" and shows President Lincoln welcoming Confederates to dinner, with a long table in the background and empty chair
... See More  

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594712

Thomas Nast Christmas centerfold...

Item #594712

December 19, 1885

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, December 19, 1885 



* Thomas Nast 

* Christmas
 



Certainly the prime feature of this issue is the great Thomas Nast double page print: 'Santa Claus's Route' showing two children marking out his route from the North Pole. Very displayable.

See our web item #175040 for the many other prints in this issue.



Complete in 16 pages and fea... See More  

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594705

Eight Thomas Nast Santa Claus images...

Item #594705

December 29, 1866

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York,  Dec. 29, 1866  The front page has a lengthy poem withi related print titled: "The Setter's Christmas Eve". Inside contains a full page: "Hauling Home the Christmas Boughs"; halfpg: "Scene of the Holy Nativity, Bethlehem" & "The Wise Men Following the Star in the East". Also: a halfpg: "John Surratt"... See More  

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592886

Graphic issue on Lincoln's assassination...

Item #592886

April 29, 1865

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 29, 1865  The front page has a large and dramatic illustration of "J. Wilkes Booth" plus a lengthy article headed: 'The Murder Of The President' making this a nice display issue.

Inside text articles are entitled "Abraham Lincoln", "President Johnson", "Mr. Seward", "Great Pan Is Dead" and "Th... See More  

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592309

Famous Winslow Homer print... Judaica...

Item #592309

September 14, 1872

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, September 14, 1872 



* Winslow Homer - painter & printmaker 



The full front page is a Thomas Nast political cartoon captioned: "The Next In Order--Any Thing! Oh, Any Thing!" plus there is another full page Nast political cartoon inside; "The Wolf In Sheep's Clothing" which shows Uncle Sam. Other prints include: "...Pope... See More  

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591852

Winslow Homer's last print for Harper's Weekly...

Item #591852

June 26, 1875

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, June 26, 1875  The full ftpg. is: "In a Russian Village--'Master's coming!' ". Halfpg: "The Columbia Boat House" & "The Yale Boat House". There is a full page Winslow Homer print titled: "Battle of Bunker Hill--Watching the Fight From Copp's Hill, In Boston" which was his very last for Harper's Week... See More  

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