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When the controversial Robert E. Lee monument was unveiled in Richmond...

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June 14, 1890

HARPER'S WEEKLY June 14, 1890  In the light of current culture is is interesting to note that a full page is devoted to a nice print captioned: "Scene at the Unveiling of the Monument to General Robert E. Lee at Richmond, Virginia.", the very monument which is the focus of much controversy today. The next page has over a full column article on it titled: "The Lee Monument At Richmond".
Among other articles are a full front pg. portrait of: "La Carmencita."; a full pg. with three illus. pertaining to" "The Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church."; two full pg. illus. of: "The Way We Conquer England Today" and "Making Up a Tow By Search Light At Pittsburg."
Nine small portraits of "German-American Representatives at the German Shooting Festival to be held at Berlin in July"; a one-third pg. portrait of: "Charles S. Reinhart, Artist" a doublepg. centerfold:"The Fog" and four halfpg. prints pertaining to "Athletes in Training" plus a half pg. print of: "Fencing".
Eighteen pages, nice condition.

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Category: 1890-1899