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Item # 172770

April 09, 1864

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, April 9, 1864  The front page has both text and a print on: "The Metropolitan Fair Buildings on 14th Street, New  York". Inside has text on the Civil War including: "Owen Lovejoy" "General Burnside & Colored Troops" which includes a letter signed in type: A. E. Burnside; "The Military Situation" "Rebel Movements in Tennessee & Kentucky" & more.
Other prints include "Metropolitan Fair buildings on Union Square" "Major General John A. Dix..." "Rev. Henry W. Bellows...", a full page print with 5 vignettes on the: "United States Sanitary Commission" by the famed Thomas Nast. Also: "Soldiers 'Ball at Huntsville, Alabama--Dancing the Virginia Reel" "Negroes Leaving Their Home" with a related article.
The doublepage centerfold captioned: "The War In Tennessee, Views of Knoxville and Vicinity" which has several scenes, including "Bridge at Loudon" "Office Brownlow's Knoxville Whig" "Lenoir's Mills" "Ft. Saunders" "Court House & Yankee Bull Pen" and more.
The back page has a cartoon: "New Styles of Coiffure". Complete in 16 pages.

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Category: The Civil War