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AVI001
Vintage 1924
Aviation Magazine
"Aviation The Oldest American Aeronautical Magazine" for May 26, 1924 (Volume XVI, Number 21). Published by Gardner Publishing Co., Inc. 225 Fourth Avenue, New York. Special Features include: A useful radio address on aviation, American Fliers first to span Pacific Ocean, Admiral Moffett claims for Navy all sea flying, Notes on the design of corps observation airplanes. $25.00
SALE $20.00
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AVI002
Vintage 1924
Aviation Magazine
"Aviation The Oldest American Aeronautical Magazine" for July 28, 1924( Volume XVI, Number 4). Published by Gardner Publishing Co., Inc. 225 Fourth Avenue, New York. $25.00
SALE $20.00
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CW-HW12
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal of Civilization.
for January 3, 1863
Vol. VII- No. 314. New York, Saturday, January 3, 1863. Title under engraving detail shown "Santa Claus in Camp". Other engravings "The Attack on the Rebel Works at Fredericksburg by the Centre Gran Division of the Army of the Potomac, on December 13, 1862" "Our Soldiers in the Streets of Fredericksburg" "Major-General Franklin's Grand Division Crossing the Rappahannock on 12th December, 1862" "Map of North Carolina, Showing the Fields of Operations of Gen. Foster and the Army of the Blackwater" "Christmas Eve, 1862 (full center page)" "Court-Martial of Major-General Fitz-John Porter, Held December, 1862, At Washington, D.C." and more. Pages 1-16. Front page torn and folded, edges rough. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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CW-HW13
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal of Civilization.
for February 7, 1863
Vol. VII.- No. 319. New York, Saturday, February 7, 1863. Title under engraving details shown "Rear-Admiral David D. Porter, Commanding Mississippi Flotilla" "Major-General John A. McClernand" "Bombardment of the Post of Arkansas, January 11, 1863". Other engravings "Our New Western Gun-Boats )Indianola, Choctaw, Lafayette)", "Torpedo in the Western Rivers" "Stockade on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad". Full center page "Historic Examples of Southern Chivalry, Illustrated by Thomas Nast- Dedicated to Jeff Davis (Throwing sick and wounded U.S. soldiers in the road to die, massacre of Negroes at Murfreesboro Pike, Pea Ridge, Bull Run, Murder of two of Piatt's Zouaves, 34th Ohio, Southern women gloating over dead Union soldiers, The murder of Gen. Robert L. M'Cook). "The United States Iron-clad Monitor 'Weehawken' in the storm of 20th January" "Major-General Joseph Hooker, the new Commander of the Army of the Potomac" "Meeting of Union and Rebel Pickets in the Rappahannock" and more. Pages 81- 96 $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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CW-HW14
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly
Journal of Civilization.
for February 21, 1863
Vol. VII.- No. 321. New York, Saturday, February 21, 1863. Title under engraving detail shown "Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Stratton )General Tom Thumb and Wife)." Other engravings "Departure of the Great Southern Expedition From Beaufort, North Carolina" "The Rebel Rams Engaging our Blockading Fleet Off Charleston, North Carolina, January 31, 1863" "Hearts and Hands- St. Valentine's Day, 1863" "Fort Hindman, at Arkansas Post, Arkansas" "The Iron-Clad 'Montauk' Engaging the Rebel Fort M'Allister, in the Ogeechee river, 28th January, 1863". Pages 113- 128. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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CW-HW15
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal of Civilization.
for March 7, 1863
Vol. VII.- No. 323. New York, Saturday, March 7, 1863. Title under engraving detail shown "The Late Nicholas Longworth, the Western Millionaire". Other engravings "The United States Gun-boat 'Indianola' (Iron-Clad) Running the Blockade at Vicksburg" "A Scene in One of the Battles Before Vicksburg (full center page)" "Departure of Registered Enemies of the United States From Port Hickok, to Madisonville, LA" "Landing of registered Enemies of the United States at Madisonville, LA., February 2, 1863" "The Poor of New Orleans Applying to Colonel Thorpe for Employment at the City Surveyor's Office" and a map of Vicksburg and its Vicinity. Pages 145- 160. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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CW-HW16
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal of Civilization. for April 4, 1863
Vol. VII.- No. 327. New York, Saturday, April 4, 1863. Titles under engraving detail shown "Break in the Mississippi Levee Near the Canal at Vicksburg" and "Cutting Away the Dam at the Head of the Vicksburg Canal". Other engravings "Warrentown From Our Batteries" "The Sunset Gun in the Yazoo" "The Army of the Cumberland- Head-Quarters of Major-Gen. M'Cook, Commanding ???" "The Army of the Cumberland- The Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, Looking South" "The Army of the Cumberland- Bridge Over West Fork of Stone River, Built by General Mitchell" "A Wedding in the Army of the Potomac" "A Night Scout in the the Southwest- Surprise of an Outpost, and Survey of the Rebel Guns" "Arrival of a Federal Column at a Planter's House in Dixie" "Brigadier-General Robert B. Mitchell, Commanding at Nashville, Tennessee" "Brigadier-General Leonard F. Ross, Commanding Yazoo Expedition" "Sale of Confiscated Blood-Horses at New Orleans". Pages 209- 224. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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CW-HW17
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal if Civilization.
for April 11, 1863
Vol. VII.- No. 328. New York, Saturday, April 11, 1863. Title under engraving detail shown "Bayou Navigation in Dixie.- From a Sketch by Mr. Theodore R. Davis". Other engravings "The Prince and Princess of Wales" "Queen Victoria and the Princess Beatrice" "Marriage of the Prince of Wales at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, on 10th March, 1863" "The Princess Alexandria Alighting From Her Carriage" "Admiral Porter's Second Dummy Frightening the Rebels at Vicksburg" "The Battle at Newbern- Repulse of the Rebels, March 14, 1863". Pages 225- 240. $15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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CW-HW19
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal of Civilization. for May 16, 1863
Vol. VII.- No. 333. New York, Saturday, May 16, 1863. Title under engraving detail shown "Building Pontoons on the Rappahannock". Other engravings "Bridges and Rifle-Pits at United States Ford" "The 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry Crossing at Fly's Ford" "Russell's Brigade (First Division Sixth Army Corps) Crossing the Rappahannock in Pontoons to Storm the Rebel Works" "Pontoon Bridges Over the Rappahannock, Built for Reynold's Corps" "Pontoon Bridges Erected For General Sedgwick's Corps to Cross" "A Topographical Map of Eastern Virginia from 'Fredericksburg' to 'Richmond'..." "The Campaign in the South (full center page)" "The Campaign in Louisiana- Battle of Irish Bend" "The Camp of the Twelfth Massachusetts Regiment, Near Falmouth, Virginia". Pages 305- 320. $ 15.00
SALE$ 12.00
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CW-HW20
Civil War Newspaper
Harper's Weekly.
Journal of Civilization.
for August 15, 1863
Vol. VII.- No. 346. New York, Saturday, August 15, 1863. title under engraving detail shown "Morgan's Raid- entry of Morgan's Freebooters Into Washington, Ohio". Other engravings "Birds-Eye View of Charleston, South Carolina, and its Environs, Showing the Scene of General Gilmore's Operations" "The Campaign in South Carolina- Scenes on the Sea-Islands, Near Charleston" "Reminiscences of the Maryland Campaign (full center page)" "Our Works Before Jackson, Mississippi" "The Late Brigadier-General George C. Strong" "The Late Colonel Robert G. Shaw" "General Quincy a. Gilmore" "Captain John Rodgers, of the 'Weehawken'". Pages 513-528. Lower right hand corner of first four pages is missing. SALE $10.00

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