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CW-HW11
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal of Civilization
for September 6, 1862
Vol. VL- No. 297 New York, Saturday, September 6, 1862. Title under engraving detail shown "The Iron Clad Frigate 'Ironsides' in Fighting Trim". Other engravings "The Battle of Baton Rouge" "The Union Gun-boat 'Essex' (Commander Porter) Destroying the Rebel Iron-Clad Ram 'Arkansas', in the Mississippi" "Our Women and the War (full center page)" "The Army of the Potomac Arriving at Yorktown From Williamsburg" "The Last Reconnaissance of the War Balloon on the James River". Pages 561- 576. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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SA-012
Scientific American
August 22, 1891
Title under cover engraving "Trials of Magazine Rifles Made by the War Department, at Governor's Island, N.Y." Vol. LXV.- No.8 New York, August 22, 1891. Damage to edge of newspaper where it looks as if it was in a loose-leaf holder and had been ripped out. Pgs. 111- 126. $ 12.00
SALE $10.00
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SA-011
Scientific American
July 13, 1895
Title under engraving "The Ball Nozzle" "1 and 2. Experiments illustrating the principle. 3. Hose nozzle. 4. Fountain 5. Lawn Sprinkler. 6. Exhibition of fire nozzle." Vol. LXXIII.- No.2 New York July 13, 1895. Has article on "To the North Pole by Balloon." Pgs.17-32. $15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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SA-010
Scientific American
October 16, 1897
Title under photographs "Landing the Great Meteorite From the 'Hope' at the Brooklyn Navy Yard." "Esquimau Dogs" "Esquimau Man and Boy." "Raising the Great Meteorite From the Hold of the 'Hope.'" All are under the general heading "The Return of the Peary Expedition." Vol. LXXVII.- No.16. New York, October 16, 1897. Also articles on the Lowell Textile School. Has continued articles and photos on the Peary Expedition. Pgs. 241-256. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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SA-009
Scientific American Special Navy Supplement Titles under photos on front page are "First Class 'Indiana'" and "'Indiana'- Forward Turret, Looking Aft from the Bow." Copyrighted 1898. 40 + pgs. & 6 pgs. advertisements. Packed with engravings, photos and drawings It has lots of battleships, cruisers. Picture of Coast Defense Monitor 'Amphitrite'- the Forward Pair of 10-inch Guns., U.S. Armored Coast Defense Vessel 'Monterey', Dynamite Gunboat 'Vesuvius', Torpedo Boat 'Porter', Submarine Torpedo Boat 'Holland", Second-Class Battleship 'Maine' and more. Stapled binding. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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PP-008
Punchinello
June 4, 1870
Punchinello Vol. 1, No. 10, New York Saturday, June 4, 1870. Has engraving on pg. 153 titled "The New Plea for Murder" With police officer in front of police station with man who has shot another man and holding a certificate of marriage. Subtitled "Man With Revolver. 'Of Course I've Killed Him, But it's no murder, for I'm insane. If you don't believe it, there's my marriage certificate!" $ 10.00
SALE $ 7.00
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HW-FB2064

Harper's Weekly
Journal of Civilization.
February 20, 1864
Vol. VIII.- No. 373. New York ,Saturday, February 20, 1864. Title under engraving on front "General Grant Crossing the Cumberland Mountains, January 7, 1864. Other engravings "Military Hall of the Third Corps, Army of the Potomac", Center spread is "St. Valentines Day 1864" with naval and army cherubs delivering valentines letters from the troops. Also "Scenes in and Around Richland Jail, Columbia, South Carolina" "Fort Fisher, Commanding the New Inlet Entrance to Cape Fear River. The British Steamer 'Hansa' Running the Blockade Under the Guns of the Fort." "The Destruction by Fire of Colt's Armory, at Hartford, Connecticut" Pgs. 113-128. Pg 17/18 has been cut and only has engraving and info on "Railroad Accident in Kentucky". $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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HW-MH1264
Harper's Weekly
Journal of Civilization
March 12, 1864
Vol. VIII.- No. 376. New York, Saturday, March 12, 1864. Title under cover engraving "Major-General William T. Sherman." Other engraving titles "Escaping Union Officers Succored by Slaves" "Major-General Palmer" "Brigadier-General W.S. Smith" "Bridge Across the Holston, at Knoxville, Tennessee" "Map of the Campaign in East Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida." Center engraving spread is "A Story of the Sea, Incidents in the Life of a Sailor." Also "Sanderson, Florida, Occupied by Our Advance Before the Battle of Oluster" "Scene of the Fight at the Plank Bridge Over Big Creek, at Barber's, February 19, 1864" "Barber's House at the Ford on Big Creek, Colonel Barton's Head-Quarters" "General Truman Seymour" and "Wreck of the 'Bohemian' as Seen the Morning After She Sunk." Cover has masking tape repair to rip as seen in picture. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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HW-AL964
Harper's Weekly
Journal of Civilization
April 9, 1864
Vol. VIII.- No. 380. New York, Saturday, April 9, 1864. Title under cover engraving "The Metropolitan Fair Building on fourteenth Street, New York." Other titles "Metropolitan Fair Buildings, on Union Square, New York" "Major-General John A. Dix, President of the Metropolitan Fair" "Rev. Henry W. Bellows, D.D., President United States Sanitary Commission." Full page engraving dedicated to U.S. Sanitary Commission "Our Heroines". Center engraving spread is titled "The War in Tennessee- Views at Knoxville and Vicinity." Also "Soldier's Ball at Huntsville, Alabama-Dancing the 'Virginia Reel'." $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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HW-AL3064
Harper's Weekly
Journal of Civilization
April 30, 1864
Vol. VIII.- No. 383. New York, Saturday, April 30, 1864. No title under cover engraving. Other titles "In the Fair" "Admiral Porter's Flotilla" "Map of Fort De Russy" "The Steam-Ram 'Switzerland'" "The Advance Signal-Station Near Ringold, Georgia" Ringold, Georgia". Missing pgs. 279-284. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00

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99-62
Harper's Weekly
Journal of Civilization
May 7, 1864
Vol. VIII.- No. 384. New York, Saturday, May 7, 1864. Title under cover engraving "Union Scouts in Louisiana." Other titles "Freedman's Village, Arlington, Virginia" "Stock Gambling at 'Gallagher's Evening Exchange" "Repulse of the Rebels at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana" "Brigadier-General David M. Gregg" "Adjutant-General Lorenzo Thomas" "The Nineteenth Army Corps Crossing Cane River, Louisiana" "The Shakespeare Monument in Central Park, New York" "The Rebel Ram Attacking Federal Gun-Boats at Plymouth, North Carolina" Missing pgs. 291-292, pg. 293 chopped and cover has been repaired with masking tape (see picture.) $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
SOLD

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