HARPER'S WEEKLY; A JOURNAL OF CIVILIZATION. Saturday, October 6, 1888. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1888. Vol. XXXII, No. 1659. 24pp. Cover plate "Her First Muskallonge" Drawn by Frederick Remington. Also included is another full-page of drawing by Frederick Remington for and article on "Sketches from the Fleetwood Trotting Track". There is a drawing of "The New Courthouse of Allegheny County, at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania" drawn from the plans of the late Henry H. Richardson. There is an illustrated article covering the Parnell Commission; a full page of photographs illustrating an article on The Halibut Fishery; a full page drawing by W.T. Smedley "The Latest Arrival"; an illustrated article on "The New Route to Yellowstone"; a photograph and short article on the new statue of Longfellow in Portland, Maine; an illustrated article on actors Jane Harding and Constant Coquelin; an installment of Colonel Quartich by H. Rider Haggard. A large section of this issue is devoted to: "The Battleground of the Presidential Election" by T. Campbell-Copeland. It is a lengthy article "illustrated in a series of charts showing the political complexion of the United States by States, and of the doubtful states by counties". Sm. folio. Disbound issue so the spine edge is somewhat ragged, else fine bright softcover periodical. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: HARPER'S WEEKLY; A JOURNAL OF CIVILIZATION. ...
Publisher: Harper & Brothers
Publication Date: 1888
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
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