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George William Curtis - Editor, Illustrated by Thomas Nast - George Slater - Theodore R. Davis - A. R. Waud - William Waud -

Published by New York: Harper Brothers, 1864, New York (1864)

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From: JB Company USA (HUMBOLDT, TN, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: New York: Harper Brothers, 1864, New York, 1864. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Condition: Very Good . Thomas Nast - George Slater - Theodore R. Davis - A. R. Waud - William Waud - (illustrator). First Edition - Original Issue. Illustrated Cover - Disbound. Very Good . First Edition - Original Issue. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. This is an Original, complete issue of 16 pages dated June 18, 1864 -- Vol. 8, No. 390 -- Profusely illustrated with wood cut engravings -- Covers and contents are tight, nice condition -- The Front Cover has three engravings, titled as follows: "Porter's Gun-Boats Passing The Dam In The Red River, Near Alexandria" by Mr. George Slater, and two engravings titled "Rebel Cruelty--Our Starved Soldiers" -- Page 388 has a full page engraving by Theodore R. Davis titled "The Campaign In Georgia--Charge Of Logan's Troops At The Battle Of Resaca, May 14, 1864" -- Page 389 has two large engravings, one titled "The Campaign In Georgia--Robinson's Brigade, Of Hooker's Corps, Saving The Fifth Indiana Battery, May 14, 1864", the other "The Campaign In Georgia--Geary's Division Digging The Guns Out Of A Rebel Battery Before Resaca, On The Night Of May 15, 1864" -- Pages 392 & 393 have an EXCELLENT double page centerfold engraving by Thomas Nast titled "The Campaign In Virginia--'On To Richmond!' " -- Page 394 has an engraving titled "Ground Plan Of The Great Central Fair Buildings, Logan Square, Philadelphia" -- Page 396 has three engravings titled as follows: "Burning Of The Fredericksburg And Richmond Railroad Bridge Over The North Anna", "Second Corps Batteries In Position On The North Anna River", and the third by A. R. Waud titled "The Campaign In Virginia--Canvass Pontoons On The North Anna River" -- Page 397 has three engravings titled as follows: "The Campaign In Virginia--A Fire-Proof In The Wilderness, On The Spot Of General Sedgwick's Death" by A. R. Waud, two other engravings by William Waud titled "Disembarkation Of General Smith's Troops At White House" and "The Campaign In Virginia--Fight At Cold Harbor, June 1, 1864--General Smith's Corps In Action" -- Page 398 has a large map engraving titled "A Carefully Prepared Map Of The Battle-Fields Around Richmond, Virginia" -- This issue also contains a portion of the serialization of "Quite Alone" by George Augustus Sala -- Many articles related to these engravings and other events occurring at the time, as well as very interesting advertising -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical, however, it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurrence -- An excellent opportunity for the Historian, Researcher or Collector. ---- We store and ship each Harper's Weekly issue in a large zip lock plastic sleeve with a board insert for stiffness. They are shipped flat and never folded or rolled up. All this attention to maintain quality enhances the condition of the product delivered to you. ----. Seller Inventory # 015083

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