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    Art: Prints, Harper's Weekly #2 Of 2

    Art: Prints, Harper's Weekly #1 Of 2 (188 items)

    We last updated our site on 26-Nov-2017. The next update is scheduled for 06-Jan-2018.

    Pages of Harper's Weekly publication with noteworthy illustrations, 1861-1864. Each in an individual sleeve with cardboard backing. Quality can be considered very good to excellent unless noted otherwise.

     

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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page front cover. General McClellan entering the town of Frederick, Maryland. The popular welcome. Oct 1862. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: General McClellan and his staff photographed by Brady. Full page. Two 1" margin chips not into image. $45.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two 4-1/2" images photographed by Brady: Brigadier General Burnside and the Rebel General Lee, plus half page illus. of The United States War Steamer "Minnesota" $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page of illustrations, Aug 1861, "Recruiting in New York," five different images. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page of illustrations, "Preparing merchant vessels for the Blockade," Sept 7, 1861. Four different scenes. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illustration of 4th of July celebrations at Camp Hamilton near Fortress Monroe including firing salutes, orations, fireworks and celebrations. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page, front cover. General Sherman's-campaign--Council of War held at General Wood's Headquarters, Sept 1864. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page Aug 1861 illus. The Battle of Carthage, Missouri. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illus., "commencement of the Battle of Bull's Run" and "firing into a deserted earth-work near Bull's Run" k $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illustrations of the burning of the arsenal at Harper's Ferry. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illustration of "Our Army on the Potomac" divided into four nice scenes. Well done. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page of illustrations (3), "Burning of the Fredericksburg & Richmond Railroad bridge over the North Anna, Second corps batteries in position on the North Anna River, and the campaign in-Virginia--canvass pontoons on the North Anna river. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: 6" portrait of Captain Jerry Z. Brown and half-page illus. of the capture of rebel fort in front of Petersburg by the 148th Pennsylvania on Oct 27, 1864. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illustration of the 11th Indiana Volunteers swearing to remember Buena Vista, at Indianapolis May 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus., General Grant's campaign--in the trenches before Petersburg. Sept 1864. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Splendid charge of United States Cavalry at the Battle of Dug Spring, Missouri" Aug 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page front cover illus of the death of the rebel General Garnett, at the Battle of Laurel Hill. Also front page 6-1/2" illus, "Bringing in the Misses Scott as prisoners to Fall's Church, VA" $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "General Grant's Campaign--Return of Kautz's Cavalry Expedition from its raid in Virginia." $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page illus. of Rear-Admiral David G Farragut, U.S.N. and half page illus., "View of Petersburg, VA, from the north side of the Appomattox." $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half page illus. "General Grant's campaign--Warren's Headquarters on the Weldon Road" and "View of the James River and the bend around Farrar's Island above Dutch Gap" $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus, "General Grant's Campaign--Capture of Four Twenty-pound parrott guns by Miles's Brigade, Barlow's Division, July 27, 1864" $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page map showing the entire field of operations under Grant, Sherman and Farragut, Nov 26, 1864. $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus, "The execution of the deserter William Johnson in General Franklin's division, Army of the Potomac" Dec 1861. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus, "Lieutenant-General Scott and the Major-Generals of the United States Army" Great shot of McClellan, Dix, Scott, Fremont and Banks. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illus. "7th Regiment on board the Boston in route for Annapolis" and "the men of the 8th Massachusetts regiment repairing the bridges on the railroad from Annapolis to Washington" May 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus., "The 7th regiment marching down Broadway to embark for the war" $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus, "Massachusetts Volunteers, the Boston regiments embarking for Washington in the Jersey City cars" Interesting illustration, very frameable with "1776 Liberty" and "1861 Union" at top. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus, "Reinforcement of Fort Pickens by Company A, 1st Artillery, on Saturday morning, April 13 (1861)." $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illus., "Officers' Quarters at Fort Sumter" and "Good-bye to Sumter, Feb 8, 1861" $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full front page illus. "Chantrey's Statue of Washington, now in the State House at Boston, Massachusetts" $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three illustrations, two 5" portraits, "Speaker Grow" by Brady and "Major-General Patterson. Half page illus., "military occupation of Monument Square, Baltimore, MD, by United States Artillery by order of Major-General Banks" $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illus. "Abraham Lincoln, the President-Elect, addressing the people from the Astor House balcony" Mar 2, 1861 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. Grant's campaign--the Rebel assault and attempt to recapture Fort Harrison, Sept 30, 1861. sketched by Wm. Waud. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illus. of U. S. Grant with Miss Liberty pinning a medal on his uniform. "Thanks to Grant" Feb 6, 1864. Nice line art. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page, Oct 19, 1861 showing 3 illus.; Colonel Mulligan; Lt. Russel, U.S.N. who burned the "Judith" at Pensacola; and the Rebel Ex-Gov Jackson of Missouri, addressing Col. Mulligan's troops after the surrender at Lexington. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. Cannonading on the outposts of the Army of the Potomac, sketched by a correspondent. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page illus of Major General George H. Thomas by Brady. Dec 17, 1864. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Thank God! Reception of our exchanged prisoners on board the Eliza Hancox. Nov 18, 1864" sketched by Wm. Waud. Haunting scene of men like skeletons in clothes of rags. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page. Illus of the arrival of Union refugees at Kingston, Georgia. Dec. 10, 1864. Sketched by Theodore Davis. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page scenes, "destruction of the railroad bridge over the Potomac at Harper's Ferry by the Rebels, June 15, 1861" and "Colonel Thomas's Brigade crossing the Potomac at Williamsport, Maryland. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page scenes, "Hospital train from Chattanooga to Nashville" and "The interior of a hospital car" both sketched by Theodore R. Davis. Feb 1864. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Camp Johnson, near Winchester, Virginia. The First Maryland Regiment playing football before evening parade. (Wow! What a game...looks like about 50 players on each side). Aug 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page scenes. "United States pickets chasing and shooting Rebel prowlers near Alexandria" and "Rebel steamboats overhauled by United States Men-of-War in the Gulf." 1861 $12.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. Oct 1861, Grand Cavalry and Artillery Review at Washington on Sept 24, 1861. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus from sketches from a "western correspondent" The Battle of Lexington, Missouri. Oct 1861 $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page scenes. "The Combined Spanish, French and English Expedition against Mexico" (names of all the ships beneath picture); "Castle of San Juan D'Ulloa at Vera Cruz, Mexico" Dec 1861 $12.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Montage of sketches on "The United States-Treasury- -Exterior and Interior" including cameo pictures of the Sec. of the Treasury and the Treasurer. Oct. 19, 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Grand Cavalry and Artillery Review at Washington, Oct 8, 1861" sketched by an occasional contributor. Oct 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus of "View on the James River Canal, near Balcony Falls--Rebel troops going from Lynchburg to Buchanan, on their way to western Virginia. Sept 28, 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. of the "Monticello" shelling the Rebels near Hatteras, Oct 5, 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of U. S. Grant w/quote below: "We have now ended the sixth day of very hard fighting. I propose to fight it out on this line, if it takes all summer."--U.S. Grant. May 28, 1864. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch by A. R. Waud. "Sheridan's Army on the march up the Shenandoah valley. Oct 1864. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch by A. R. Waud. "Major-General Wadsworth fighting in the wilderness" June 1864. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page, full sketch of "The Army Forge" Sept 21, 1861 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page, full sketch of the "gallant exploit of Captain Strong of the 2nd Wisconsin Volunteers." Sept. 1861. Up close scene. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus, "Fort Jefferson, Tortugas (Key West, Florida), from a sketch by a member of the Garrison. Feb 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illus. "General Meade and his staff" and "General Burnside and his staff" both from photographs by Brady. July 1864. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Surrender of Ex-General Twiggs, late of the United States Army, to the Texas troops in the Gran Plaza, San Antonio, Texas, Feb 16, 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illus. of Major Anderson's command at Fort Sumter from a photograph taken by the Fort. The nine officers are all identified with "Sumter" above with crossed flags. Unfortunately there is a 6" & a 4" tear in this sheet however it is still striking. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illustration showing the head shots of the nine "seceding Alabama delegates in Congress, photographed by Brady. All identified. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page of scenes of "the Battle of Belmont--charge of Colonel Dougherty, 23nd Illinois Regiment, upon the Rebel batteries. Sketched by Bill Travis. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illus. of Major-General Halleck, U.S.A., Commanding Our Army in Missouri" Nov. 1861 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "How the Copperheads Obtain their Votes" shows two men in a cemetery in the dead of the night copying information off tombstones of soldiers killed in the War of the Union while a ghost of an Army officer frowns down upon them with a "curse upon you for making me appear disloyal to my country for which I have fought and died" A nice illus. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illus of the "Army of the Potomac's Major-General Winfield Scott Hancock" May 1864 $45.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus of "General Siegel crossing the Osage" sketched by Alexander Simplot. Nov 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front cover full illus of "General Grant crossing the Cumberland Mountains Jan 7, 1864" $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front cover w/two illus: "The War in Missouri--General Jim Lane's Camp, near Humansville, Missouri" sketched by Alexander Simplot on Oct 20, 1861; and "Indian Scouts in Gen. Lane's Camp" with a cameo oval sketch of Gen. Lane $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "The Naval Battery (Rebel) at Mannassas Junction." Sept 1961 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. of map of part of Maryland and Virginia showing the "probable theatre of the war" $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illus., "Leesburg Bridge, on the Potomac, below Harper's Ferry, lately held by the Virginians" and "Rebel troops arriving at and departing from Martinsburg, Virginia" June 1861. 2" margin tear not affecting illus. $12.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page quad-illustration showing Ellsworth's Zouaves at camp, getting rations, cooking dinner and longer view of the Camp of Ellsworth's N.Y. Fire Zouaves. June 8, 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Nice full page montage centering around a portrait of Commander Dahlgren, U.S.N., and the Dahlgren Gun. April 1861. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page illustrations. 4" x 6" poses of Brigadier-General Lyon, U.S.A. (photographed by Holmes) and The Late Captain Ward (from a sketch by Luce), plus 1/2 page illus of The Battle of Boonville, Missouri, sketched by Orlando Richardson. July 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Page of two illustrations. 6" x 9" portrait of the Late Chief-Justice Roger B. Taney (photographed by Brady), and "The Battle of Darbytown Road, Oct 7, 1864" sketched by Wm. Waud. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page sketches. "Head-quarters, Army of the James--Pennsylvania Soldiers voting" sketched by William Waud. "Head-quarters, Army of the James--Rebel prisoners and deserters at the guard-house" sketched by William Waud. Oct. 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page of 2 illustrations. One shows a "Southern Gentleman (about to Fire the Hotel)--These Yankees will learn what it is to incur the Enmity of a proud and chivalrie People." Devious look on his face. The other side-by-side illus. is of a mother and her four children getting ready for bed. Little child--"God bless dear Papa, and bring him safe Home. Forgive our Enemies, and turn their Hearts." Dec 1864. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page center illus of Capt. A.B. Jones, N. Hampshire Sharpshooters surrounded by full page scenes of The New Hampshire Sharpshooters and their telescopic rifles including the loading stand, the firing stand, target firing, the marker and the target. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus of "Crossing the Manassas Gap Railroad, and the Alexandria and Warrington Turnpike, at White Plains--arrival of reinforcements for Beauregard, at the Camp of the Tiger Zouaves, of Louisiana. Busy scene. Sept 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illus. "The Army of the Potomac--scene in camp after evening prayer" and "The Army of the Potomac--the Picket-Guard." Nov 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Almost 1/2-page cartoon of large hand holding a steaming highball with little ships in it to Jefferson Davis as he is sitting in chair on top of a gun powder keg and he is trying to escale. Smaller 5" x 7" cartoon shows "Mr. Bull in his Big Ship "Neutrality" Floundering about in the Sea of Commercial Distress" Nov 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: 7" x 9-1/2" map of North Carolina, showing Fort Hatteras and the sounds it commands. Oct 1861. $12.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front cover scenes "among the beaufort contrabands" with "Uncle Tom" top center and darkies in various roles. Dec 1861. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front cover full illus of "General Lyon at the Battle of Springfield" (charging ahead on his horse, hat raised in the air). Nice. Aug 1861. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front cover scene of the wounded Zouave in the hospital at Washington (inside and out). Aug 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front cover full illus of "the escaped refugees from the Libey Prison" Mar 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "The Battle of Rich Mountain, Virginia July 13, 1861. July 1861 $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illus. Interesteing. "A female Rebel in Baltimore--an everyday scene." Shows a lady in large flowing skirts surrounded by military men. Sept 1861 $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page of illus. 6 war scenes at and about Washington. "The soldier's grave, writing home, arrest of a female spy, the day after payday, Gen. Scott's Headquarters, Gen. McClellan's Headquarters. Nice graphic. Nov 1861 $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus of "General Grant receiving his commission as Lieutenant-General from President Lincoln" $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page illus. "Major-General McClellan's Body-Guard (Sturges rifles)" and "Presentation of a flag to Kentucky Volunteers at Camp Bruce, near Cynthiana, Kentucky" sketched by Capt. Finch. Oct 5, 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "General Sherman's Rear-Guard" Apr 1864. Busy pic. of wagons & wheelbarrows, wounded & blacks, livestock, etc. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page, 1/2-page sketch of "The Burning of the Privateer "Judith" at Pensacola, by United States sailors under Lieutenant Russell, U.S.N." plus two 4-1/2" x 5-1/2" illus. "Brigadier-General Sturgis" and "The Rebel general Price" Oct 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Battery going into position" sketched by D. R. Brown" a lot of activity. Nov 1964 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page war map of Kentucky, Oct 19, 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: 6" x 9-1/2" sketch, "Jeff Davis reaping the harvest" shows a wild-eyed likeness of Davis with a scythe gathering little skeleton heads out of a mass field. Noose hangs in dead tree above his head. Oct 1861. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Major portion of page taken up by fine illus. of "President Lincoln" photographed by Brady. Nice. $58.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus, "Main Battery at Fort Sumter, bearing on Fort Moultrie and the Channel," from a sketch by an officer of Major Anderson's Command. Jan, 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page full illus. "President Lincoln hoisting the American flag with 34 stars upon Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Feb 22, 1861" from photograph by F. D. Richards, Philadelphia. Nice. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Arrival of horses at Washington for the Army" and "Review of the New York troops at Washington, by General Sandford, in presence of the President and Cabinet, July 4, 1861" $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page illus. "Camp Slifer, march of troops from Chambersburgh." June 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: 2/3 full length of page, "Camp Curtin, near Harrisburg, PA, a rendezvous of the Pennsylvania Volunteers," Jasper Green sketch. May 1861. $17.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two illus. by Orlando Richardson & a map of Missouri fills page. Sketches: "Jefferson City, MO" and "Landing of U.S. volunteers under General Lyon at Jefferson City. July, 1861. $16.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Large sketch of "the late John Gregg, Esq." Page also includes his biog. Bottom of page has sketch of "Nassau, New Providence, the principal rendezvous of the Anglo-Confederate blockade-runners" Sept 1864. $12.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three William Waud sketches fill page: "View of the Appomattox below Port Walthall," "Jones's Neck, from Gen. Foster's Hq, near Malvern Hill, on the James," and "Divine service at Gen. Baldy Smith's Hq in front of Petersburg July 3, 1864." July 23, 1864. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Sketches of Deacon John Phillips and Brig-Gen. John G. Rawlings, Gen. Grant's Chief of Staff, with short biogs of both. Full page width horizontal sketch of the capture of blockade runner "Hope" by a U.S. steamer off Wilmington. Dec 1864. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three vertical sketches by John Everding fill up page: Scenes depict our fleet in Hampton Roads. Nearly 20 ships shown; most identified. Dec 1864. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two sketches, "Fleet of whalers in the port of San Francisco" and "Electro-ballistic apparatus for measuring the speed of cannon-balls." Short story about each also on page. Dec 1864. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Sketch of Gen. Truman Seymour w/short biog; larger sketch of the wreck of the "Bohemian" as seen the morning after she sunk w/short sketch. Mar 1864. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches, "Sanderson, FL, occupied by our advance before the Battle of Olustee;" "scene of the fight at the plank bridge over Big Creek at Barber's Feb 19, 1864;" and "Barber's House at the ford of Big Creek, Col Barton's Hq. Mar 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches, "the late Col. Alexander Gardiner (w/brief biog), "the late Maj. James P. Jones" and "the late residence of the rebel Col. Pegram, w/Federal fort Adjacent, on Gen. Meade's left." Nov. 1864. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: "Bomb-proof rifle-pit in front of Petersburg"-half-page sketch by A. W. Warren. Also a sketch of a signal station near Gen. Meade Hq. Nov 1864. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Sketches of Commodore Wilkes, U.S.N.; the captured rebel commissioner Mason; and the captured rebel commissioner Slidell, all by Brady, along with a sketch of the rebel commissioners being brought on board the U.S. sloop of war "San Jacinto" as prisoners. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page length vertical sketch of Gen Sherman's army destroying the Macon Railroad between Rough and Ready and Jonesborough, GA. Page also has nice sketch of the monument to Stephen A. Douglas. Oct 1864. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of "Gen. Sherman's campaign--our army entering Resaca, Georgia, on May 16, 1864" sketched by Theodore Davis. Also half page sketch of Paris fashions for June 1864. June 1864. Lower corners missing. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Quarter page sketches of the late Brig. Gen. Daniel McCook w/biog on McCook, quarter page sketch of Capt. Francis De Gress, and half page sketch of Gen. Sherman's Campaign--capture of a rebel wagon train by Gen. McCook near Fayetteville, GA July 30, 1864. Sept. 1864. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page map of the Campaign in East Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, , Alabama and Florida. Mar 1864. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of Quarters of the Union Officers exposed to the Federal Fire in Charleston. Aug 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Nearly half page sketch of Gen. Sherman at field desk, smaller view of Gen. Sherman's Hq. and of the privateer "Georgia" captured by the "Niagara" on Aug 24, 1864. Oct. 1864. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page map of Sherman's advance into Northern Georgia. May 1864. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of night after battle by Wm. Waud. Oct. 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of The Man-of-War in our harbor. Gives names of other ships in sketch, as well. Oct. 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page with sketch of presentaton of Prince Napoleon by Sec. Seward to the President (Lincoln) and sketch of the Princess Clotilde, wife of Prince Napoleon. Story on visit. Aug 1861. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of the presentation of a flag to the Webster Regiment, Boston, Mass, by Hon. Edward Everett, on behalf of the Ladies of Boston. Also, quarter-page sketch of Maj-Gen McClellan and small map of the Battle of Bull's Run. Aug 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of the rebel steamer "Page" now lying at Acquia Creek, and a sketch of U.S. Mississippi gun-boats being built at Carondelet, near St. Louis, MO. Oct 1861. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Large sketch of Hon. Reuben E. Fenton, The Union Candidate for Governor of New York by Brady w/biog of Fenton. Sm. sketch at bottom of page of burning of the ship "Brandywine." Sept 1864. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of the iron-clad war-steamer now building at Mystic, Connecticut. Oct 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Montage of sketch scenes in and around Beaufort, South Carolina including harbor, steamers landing place, rebel lookout, arsenal, city street, hoisting the American flag. $22.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch by Thomas Nast entitled "The Halt." Shows soldiers crowded around a pump filling canteens, soaking their feet in barrels of water, feeding their horses. Nice pic. Oct 1864. $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Series of cartoons showing Southern gentleman w/gun & knife sitting on cotton bale; northerner sitting on sack of corn thumbing his nose. Black man standing between them. They talk, trade cotton for corn and then embrace as black man grins. Feb 1861 $17.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Sketch of Peter Cooper, Esq. and the Cooper Union for the Advancejjment of Science and Art w/article about Cooper Union & Mr. Cooper. Mar 1861. $17.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of Colonel Ellsworth's New York Fire Zouaves. May 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half page sketches, steamships "Atlantic" and "Baltic" Apr 1861. $17.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of U.S. volunteers attacking a mob in St. Louis. News story on fight. June 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Oval sketch of Stephen A. Douglas by Brady, fac. sig. below. "Douglas, born April 23, 1813, died June 3, 1861" Douglas biog/obit. June 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. March 1861. $17.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Nearly half page cartoon-type sketch of office-seekers at Washington during the inauguration. March 1861. $17.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketches of General Henry W. Benham, U.S.A. and General Nelson, of Kentucky. Dec. 1861. $17.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page map, the harbor of Pensacola, FL showing the forts, Navy yard, etc. Also, half page sketch of the city of Montgomery, Alabama showing the state house where the Congress of the Southern Confederacy meets in February. Feb. 1861. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Sketch of Captain J. G. Foster, Engineer Corps, on duty at Fort Sumter w/article about Foster. Also, sketch of the arrival of the "Niagara" at Jeddo, Japan. Article. Feb 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Large cartoon sketch entitled "Columbia awake at last." Miss Liberty, Constitution in hand, throttles the throat of a caricature marked "secession" and "treason" June 1861. $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Large sketch of map of the coast line from the mouths of the Mississippi to Pensacola. Mar 1861. $18.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of Harper's Ferry, as evacuated by the Confederate troops. July 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of beef for the army crossing the long bridge at Washington. Nov 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page montage of sketches of views of the stations on Grant's military railroad from City Point and including Birney's, Cedar Level, Patrick's, Warren's, Meade's, Hancock's, Parkes, Wood-Pile, Clark's and Pitkins. Dec 1864. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half page sketches of the Paris fashions for 1864 for both men and women. Feb 1864. $22.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page graphic of the military ball, Third Corps Army of the Potomac. Shows "going to the ball," the ball room (packed with couples dancing), the supper room, and "the ganders" (men dancing with each other). Feb 1864. $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of rebel prisoners in the dungeon of the state house, Jefferson City, MO; and, half page sketch of rebel prowler shooting a union picket near Jefferson City. Both sketches by James A. Guirl. Oct 1861. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of the great meeting in Union Square, New York, to support the government, Apr 20, 1861. May 1861 $28.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half page sketches, "recruiting for the Confederate Army at Woodstock, VA" and "the bivouac fire at the outposts of our Army of the Potomac. Oct 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page, 4-part sketch of scenes at and around the Island of Tybee, Georgia. Dec 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Cover page. Quarter page sketches of General Prentiss and Brig-Gen. Williams. Bottom half page is sketch of departure of Gen. Lyon from Boonville, Missouri for the Arkansas border. July 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of the United States Screw Steam Gun-Boat Winona, launched at New York Sept 14, 1861. Sept 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch, "the priates" drawn by M. Biard. Well known painting. July 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches showing the ruins of Chambersburg including the view of Main Street, the Town Hall, Franklin Hotel and the bank. Aug 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Page has three sketches relating to Texas: Fort Brown, Texas; Fort Lancaster, Texas; and the Alamo, San Antonio, late Hq. of Ex-General Twiggs. Mar 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of Prince Napoleon and his wife, the Princess Clotilde, by Fredericks. Sept 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page sketch and story on William H. Russell, LL.D., the correspondent from the London Times. Fills up the entire front page. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full page sketch of the reception at the War Department Oct 29, 1864 of the guns captured from the enemy by Gen. Sheridan, by P. F. Wharton Nov 1864. $22.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page w/half page sketch of a night reconnoissance on the Potomac and a sketch of Lt. Braine, U.S.N. commanding the "Monticello" involved in the fight at Chickamacomico. Article on the fight. Oct 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page. Two half-page sketches, Henrico County Jail, Richmond, VA, and the rebel steamer "Merrimac" Nov 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of the Paris Fashions for Dec 1864; and, half page sketch of Porter's fleet leaving Fortress Monroe, sketched by A. R. Waud. Dec 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches: Gen. Warren's raid with destruction of water-tanks at Jarret's Station, another raid scene showing soldiers making a greek cross (the 5th Corps badge) out of the heated rails of the Weldon Railroad. Bottom sketch shows the chase and capture of the Blockade-runner "Armstrong" by our gun-boats. Dec 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Half page sketch of Saltpeter cave near Chattanooga, sketch of Maj. Gen Herron by Brady, and smaller sketch of Sergeant John Clem, our youngest soldier (12 years old) with articles supporting all three sketches. Feb 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two sketches, Colt's Armory after the fire-exterior and Colt's Armory after the fire-interior. Feb 1864. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Four small sketches, one of the late Lieutenant John T. Greble, Philadelphia. Sketch of a gun bent double by a cannon-ball, the privateer "Savannah" captured by the U.S. Brig. "Perry" June 1861 $8.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches, one half-page of Confedeerate fleet, steam boilers & machinery, loading guns; 1/4 page sketch of entrance to Fort Pickens and one of northern row of guns at Fort Pickens. Dec 1961 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half page sketches: Col. Tyler's Camp, near Summersville, VA, scene of the fight of Aug 26 '61, and Cape Girardeau Missouri, occupied by Illinois volunteers. Sept 1861. $10.00


    Item HW265Item HW265
    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Four sketches including small sketch of President Davis and Vice President Stephens, of Confederacy, plus article on their election; also, sketches of Lieut. Slemmer, USA Commanding Fort Pickens; Lieut. Gilman, USA of the Garrison of Fort Pickens. Feb 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three scenes from South Carolina including D.F. Jamieson, president of the South Carolina Convention, and Minister of War; The Washington artillery of Charleston, SC; the old man and his sons. $12.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Front page w/three sketches relating to the Church of the Compania, Santiago, Chile and the ruins of the church. Jan 30, 1864. $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page sketches of slave scenes, fishing at night in North Carolina with nets, and women de-heading the herring. Sept 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page sketches, Daboll's fog-trumpet in the British channel and rebel battery and obstructions in Charleston harbor. $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page sketches, Gen. Grant's campaign--the pontoon bridge over the James River above Fort Powhatan, and Fort Powhatan, on the James River. by A. R. Waud. July 1864. $12.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Cover page w/sketch of Lieutenant William B. Cushing and bottom part of page showing sketch of destruction of the rebel ram "Albemarle" at Plymouth, North Carolina. Nov 1864. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches, Confederate iron-clads on the James, below Chaffin's bluff, Gen Butler & staff watching the battle from Johnson House, and Gen Terry's Corps engaging the rebel works on the Darbytown Road, Oct 27, 1864. Nov 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Four portrait sketches w/articles, Gen. Irvin McDowell, Flag-officer Silas Stringham, General J.K.F. Mansfield and Col. Francis P. Blair, Jr. Aug 1861. $20.00


    Item HW278Item HW278
    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page sketches, Richmond refugees on board the U.S. sanitary commission boat, at City Point, VA and bottom of page, Paris Fashions for Oct 1864 w/article. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Full front page sketch of Constituent Convention of Virginia, assembled in the Custom-House at Wheeling, Ohio Co, June 1861. 4" hairline tear at bottom but a very showy sketch. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page sketches, recruits drilling in squads on Governor's Island, New York and a parade of United States troops on Governor's Island, before embarkation. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page sketches, scenes from U.S. ship "Brooklyn" on way to reinforce Ft. Pickens. May 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two portrait sketches at top, Gov Thomas H. Hicks of Maryland and Hon Joseph Holt, Sec of War (by Brady). Also smaller sketches of the Custom-House at New Orleans, seized by the state and three other New Orleans scenes. Articles on Hicks & Holt. $12.50


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Nearly a full page sketch of a map of the battlefields around Richmond. June 1864. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Portrait sketch at top of Hon. Michael Hahn, Gov. of Louisiana. Sketch of Paris fashions for March 1864 at bottom. Articles on both. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Two half-page Army of the Potomac sketches--our wounded excaping from the fires in the wilderness, and scene of General Sedgwick's death. $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches, Fort Corcoran, Arlington Heights, VA; the village of Lewinsville, VA now occupied by U.S. troops, and Professor Lowe making a balloon ascension on a reconnoitring expedition to Vienna. Dec. 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Large portrait sketch at top, the late William Makepeace Thackeray. Bottom 1/2 page is Paris Fashions for Jan 1864. Jan 1864. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Portrait sketch at top of Hon. Leland Stanford, President of Central Pacific Railroad. Two other sketches, the steamer "Brazil," fired upon by guerrillas on the banks of the Mississippi, and the Russian fleet at the United States Navy Yard, Mare Island, California. Jan 1864. $15.00


    Item HW299Item HW299
    Harper's Weekly #1 of 2: Three sketches, Bird's Point, Missouri, opposite Cairo, now occupied by Missouri troops; placing the heavy ordinance in position at Cairo, Illinois; and demolition of the old distillery at Cairo, to make room for Fort Defiance, all sketched by Alexander Simplot. June 1861. $20.00


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