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    Art: Prints, Harper's Weekly #2 Of 2 (190 items)

    We last updated our site on 17-Sep-2017. The next update is scheduled for 14-Oct-2017.

    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 #2 of 2: Two sketches at top comparing the Virginian of 1776 and the Virginian of 1861. Bottom half of page is sketch of the 7th Regiment N.Y. State Militia halting for a rest on the march to Annapolis Junction. May 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Front page portrait sketch of Hon. Charles F. Adams, U.S. Minister to England, portrait by Brady. Bottom of page is sketch of the Confederate batteries opposite Fort Pickens, Fla. Apr 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: 2/3-page sketch of Company of Secession Cavalry surrendering to Colonel Wilcox, of the 1st Michigan Regiment, in front of the slave-pen at Alexandria, Virginia. June 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two 1/2-page sketches, Bivouac of part of Gen. Sickles's excelsior brigade at the Red House, Harlem, New York, and the Guthrie Grays marching through Cincinnati en route for Camp Dennison, sketched by Mr. Noble of Cincinnati. June 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Five sketches of the 11th Indiana Regiment of Zouaves, Colonel L. Wallace. July 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half-page sketches, late head-quarters of Col. Ellsworth, of the N.Y. Fire Zouaves, at the Capitol at Washington; and, the New York Fire Zouaves quartered in the House of Representatives at Washington, D.C. May 1861. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches, Fort Wachita, Texas; Fort Arbuckle, Texas; and, Fort Davis, Texas, headquarters of the 8th Infantry. March 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half-page sketches of General Warren's raid--the 5th Corps tearing up the Weldon Railroad north of Jarret's Station Dec 8, 1864 and destruction of the Weldon Railroad north of Jarret's, burning of ties and rails. Both sketched by A. W. Warren. Dec 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Front page sketches of the "Lady Davis" two guns, Captain Enger, ship of War of the Southern Confederacy; and Rhode Island Artillery landing from the steamer "Bienville" at Washington arsenal on April 25. May 1861. $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches. Skirmish near Hunter's Mill, Virginia between 2 companies of the Pennsylvania Cavalry and a large force of rebels. Small sketches of Pickett's firing near Fairfax and Fort and Observatory on Upton Hill. Dec 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half-page sketches, The Confederates evacuating Brownsville, Texas and The Lindell Hotel, St. Louis. $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half page sketches, Camp of the New York 103rd Before Charleston, sketched by Col W. Heine; and, accident on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad. Feb 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half page sketches of Grant's great campaign--Stevens's Battery at Cold Harbor, and the New York 14th heavy Artillery crossing Chesterfield Bridge on the north Anna, under a heavy fire. Both sketches by A. R. Waud. June 1864. $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full page sketch of Admiral Farragut's fleet bombarding Fort Morgan, Aug 22, 1864. Sept 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full page sketch of scene "`tween decks of a United States man-of-war in action". Young sailors standing around deck talking, busy in activities. Dec 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Story on revolution in naval warfare w/sketches of the new iron-plated war-ships "La Gloire" and "Warrior" Feb 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four political cartoon sketches w/captions including "the American eagle surprises Jeff Davis in his attempt to rob her nest"; English views of `the poor enslaved African' before showing young dapper black man w/white Southern belle, after vies shows ape w/sign around his neck; two others relating to Jeff Davis. June 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four political cartoon sketches. "the Union builds bridges" vs. "Secession destroys them." Two others relating to England's John Bull, including one showing JB booting a Southern black man out the door. Sept 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Half-page sketch of presentation of colors to General Viele's brigade previous to their departure on the great naval expedition. Another half-page sketch of a portion of the naval expedition, as it appeared on the night of Oct 16, sailing to Hampton roads. identifies seven of the ships by name. Nov 1861. $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half-page sketches and brief article on the great naval expedition. General Sherman gives his final orders to his Brig-Gens on board the "Wabash" Nov 1861 $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Article and five sketches on European iron-clads. Sketches show the English "Minotaur" and the French ships "La Couronne", "Le Saigon", "Magenta" and "L'Invincible" Apr 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three political cartoon sketches including one of Rip Van Winkle of the Navy Department "at sleep at the post", a rip at New York's lottery policy and a "pretty boy" too good to go to the horrible war, "he shall have a petticoat and a broom and stay at home" aug 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half-page sketches of the Grand Saloon and the Dining-Room of the "Great Eastern" during the gale. sketched by C. F. Hayward. Oct 1861. $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Sketches from Ft. Moultrie and Ft. Sumter, SC. Jan 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Sketches of Harper's Ferry including destruction of railway cars by the Missippians, Harper's Ferry armory as it now appears, locomotive and tender thrown from the railway bridge by the rebels and stockade and camp of the Kentucky regiment (rebel) on the Maryland Heights, opposite Harper's Ferry. June 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half page sketches. One showing groups of men reading the war bulletins in Broadway, New York and one of the Virginia mountaineers, irregular riflemen of the Alleghanies. July 1861 $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Sketch of action at Acquia Creek between U.S. vessels and rebel batteries. Also a sketch of a faithful wife, scene on deck of a transport bound for fortress Monroe. June 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Half-page political cartoon sketch of "King Cotton" being served a large bomb on a platter by a Union officer, plus a smaller cartoon. Sept 1861 $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three political cartoon sketches. Largest shows "reinforcements for our volunteers on the march southward" shows lines starting with First Butcher, the Astor House light corps, Ohio Regulars (bulls), Illinois Porkers (pigs), Sauc-y Brigade (bottles of perrins sauce); also one of Uncle Sam catching Jeff Davis as a thief stealing things in the middle of the night. June 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four humorous cartoon sketches of different subjects of the day. Apr 1861 $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of union scouts in Louisiana. May 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of the International Department of the Metropolitan Fair filled with people, hanging flags and a fountain in the middle. Apr 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of the Metropolitan Fair--The children's department, Union Square. Apr 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Five sketches from the Metropolitan Fair: Army and Navy swords crossed; Sword surrendered by Gen. Burgoyne; Pieces of flag-staffs; Mexican flags captured at Mazatlan, Mex.; Flags of New York volunteers. Apr 1864 $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three pictures from the Metropolitan Fair. Two small pictures at the top depict the book department and the boat-builders' department. A half-page sketch at the bottom shows a war dance in the Indian department. Apr 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches of the Metropolitan Fair. One of the Knickerbocker Kitchen; one of The Music Hall. Apr 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four small sketches surround a large circular one in a tribute to the United States Sanitary Commission. Each sketch has a caption. The four small ones: On the battlefield; in the parlor; in the hospital; at the fair. The large sketch has a large caption "Our Heroines." Apr 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two equally large sketches cover the entire page. On top, "Army of the James--General Butler's headquarters." On the bottom, "Army of the James--Signaling by torches across the James river from General Butler's headquarters." Nov 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches chronicle Gen. Grant's campaign: Capt. Ashby's New York battery in the trenches before Petersburg; The gunners of the 18th Corps protected by mantelets; Shelling the enemy from the cohorns. Jul 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch shows the Chicago wreckers rushing to rescue the ship "Secession" in the breakers. Five lightning bolts are striking from the black clouds each with Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, Farragut or Sheridan written in them. From a nearby lighthouse is a beacon of light with "`Hail, Holy light' -Alex H. Stevens" written in it. An up-side-down flag waves over the lighthouse with "four years of failure" written on it. Oct 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: The top half of the page shows a sketch of "Porter's gun-boats passing the dam in the Red River near Alexandria." Below, two sketches of "our starved soldiers" on physical examination tables. Small chunk missing from the margin on the middle right side. Jun 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches: Spottsylvania Courthouse, VA; Batteries on Gen. Warren's left, near Spottsylvania; Army of the Potomac--crossing the River NY, in VA. Jun 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches: Belle Plain, VA--Gen. Grant's late base for supplies and Army of the Potomac--Gen. Warren rallying the Marylanders. Jun 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches at the top of the page: "Fighting Johnny Logan" and "The late Rev. Gordon Winslow." At the bottom, "General Sherman's campaign--General Hooker's escort charging through the woods." Jul 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of "Marketplace at Winchester, rendezvous of the rebel militia of the valley of the Shenandoah." Sep 1861 $45.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A sketch shows "General Warren extending and fortifying his lines across the Weldon Railroad." An article expounds upon the sketch. Other articles include "Rally around the flag" and "The U.S. torpedo-boat "New Era," the first boat of the kind "worthy of notice." Oct 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch of "Grant's campaign--The Battle at Chapin's Farm." Oct 1864 $45.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch on the front page of Major-General Butler after the battle on September 29. Oct 1864 $45.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four sketches of Generals Birney, Ord, Crook and Torbert. Oct 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: An article and sketch of General Hunt and Major Duane. Oct 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Major-General Philip H. Sheridan is sketched on the front page. Oct 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: An article and sketch of Rev. John McClosky, D.D., Archbishop of New York appear on the front page. Sep 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches fill the page length-wise: The 6th Corps in action on the Opequan and Early's army falling back upon Winchester. Oct 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches and an article on Ft. Pickens in Florida. Apr 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four sketches chronicle the frustration of trying to figure out the New Morrill Tariff. Apr 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches of, and an article about, the fifteen-inch Columbiad as well as chapter 28 of Dickens' "Great Expectations." Mar 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches show payday for the troops, one at City Point, VA, one at the Valley of the Shenandoah. Nov 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches show the progression of Hancock's corps from Jones' Neck to Deep Bottom. Aug 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "An Olio of the Year 1800" is accompanied by nine small sketches. Apr 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches: "Before Petersburg." Nov 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Capt. Napoleon Collins, Capt. C.M. Morris and the captured rebel privateer "Florida" and the U.S. steamer "Wachusett" are sketched on the front page. Nov 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Brigadier-General David M. Gregg and Adjutant-General Lorenzo Thomas are sketched on the top half of the page. On the bottom, the 19th Army corps crossing the Cane River, LA. May 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of the "repulse of the rebels at Pleasant Hill," LA. May 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Sketch and article on the recently deceased Rev. John Hughes, D.D., Archbishop of New York and the "rebel screw steamer `Rappahannock,' lying at Calais, France." Jan 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches: "The wreck of the `Aquila' at San Francisco" (includes article); the iron-clad screw frigate "Re D'Italia." Jan 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches at the top of the page show Major-General Andrew A. Humpreys and General William W. Averill. At the bottom, a half-page sketch of "the `suck' in the Tennessee River." Jan 1864 $3.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page, front page sketch of "Averill's Raid." Jan 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches from the Great western Sanitary Fair in Cincinnati, OH. Jan 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of the "Headquarters of General Thomas--The captured cannon." Jan 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches showing the Army of the Potomac at Mine Run. Jan 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches: Southern chivalry tickling John Bull by an offer of the Crown of Cottondom to one of his Scions; General Beauregard discloses the infamous designs of the U.S. Army upon a virtuous and indignant people; Another prize for the sucessionists. Jul 1861 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of "Ambuscade and death of Colonel Dahlgren." Mar 1864 $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Article and sketch of the late Col. Ulric Dahlgren. Mar 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "Foraging in Louisiana," a full-page sketch. May 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Union refugees in the swamps of Louisiana," a full-page sketch. May 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two half-page sketches: The great fire in Brooklyn and Paris fashions for July. Jul 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "The mower in Ohio," a poem accompanied by a sketch. Aug 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of the Coats of Arms of several states of the Union. Apr 1861 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "Floral Department of the Great Fair," shown in a full-page, front-page sketch. Apr 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "Ladies in attendance in regulation costume at the Metropolitan Fair," shown in full-page, front-page sketch. Apr 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Half-page sketch of the opening of the Metropolitan Fair. Underneath, two small sketches of Brigadier-General Andrew Jackson smith and the late Hon. Owen Lovejoy. Apr 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Metropolitan Fair buildings on Union Square, NY are shown at the top in one of three sketches. The other two, at the bottom, are of Major-General John A. Dix (Pres. of the Metropolitan Fair) and Rev. Henry W. Bellows, D.D. (U.S. Sanitary Commission President). Apr 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two photos and accompanying stories: Ghosts on the stage and the bombardment of Ft. Powell by Adm. Farragut's fleet. Apr 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches: Major-General James McAlister Schofield; Brigadier-General Augustus L. Chetlain; Supplying rations to the destitute in Chatanooga. Apr 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of an older man in specticles and a young girl over his shoulder waving a small U.S. flag. Jan 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches: A British bantling and "A ruined peace, Democrat!!!" Oct 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches: Paris fashions for September; Crow's-Nest signal station; Private Miles O'Reilly. Sep 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches showing Northern Soldiers, "What they say of us" and "What we are." May 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Half the page, length-wise, shows Freedman's Village, Arlington, VA. The other half shows three sketches of, and an article about, the groundbreaking of a tunnell to go underneath Lake Michigan. May 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches of the Red River Expedition with an article. Apr 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch of the Metropolitan Fair. Apr 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four scenes from the Metropolitan Fair are sketched. Apr 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches: Armstrong's mills and rebel works on Hatcher's Run, captured by the 2nd corps and Gen. Crawford conducting rebel prisoners to his rear. Nov 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three sketches: "A fish out of water" (black man in a snowstorm); Columbia's version of `John Anderson;'" "Uncle Clem" and a young gentleman fishing. Jan 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three views of the southwest pass of the Mississippi River. Dec 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four sketches showing displeasure with the Cabinet and with extracts from a medical report which raises concern with the Albany contractors and their apparent swindling in providing inadequate supplies for volunteers. Aug 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four sketches poke fun at a Pennsylvania beef contractor, John Bull and "The Seceshers' target." Aug 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A map of the scene of hostilities in Schleswig and a sketch of George Augustus Sala and the first chapter of his novel "Quite Alone." Mar 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A sketch on the upper portion of the page of murderer Edward W. Green; Below, a sketch shows the shelling of a blockade-runner aground off Sullivan's Island. Feb 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A front-page sketch of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton along with the first chapter of his novel "A Strange Story" and two accompanying sketches. Aug 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three political cartoons: "Old Sucesh Crossing the Potomac;" "Got the Right Weapon at Last;" "Putting Out the Last Peace Pipe." Oct 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three political cartoons: "The Bomb Shell (Gen. Scott) and the Rat Holes;" "Double-Quick Step to Richmond;" "The Situation." Jul 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two political cartoons: "Before" and "After the Morrill Tariff" and "Helping Him On!" Apr 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two poems with a sketch each: "The Beggars Soliloquy" and "The Last hymn." Also, chapter 33 of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" and an accompanying sketch. Apr 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three political cartoons: "Contraband of War;" "John Bull Between Two Stools;" "Horrid Girl." Jun 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "Sketches made or picked up by our eccentric artist at the seat of war." Jun 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three political cartoons. Nov 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch of "Washington the Mediator" shows him standing between two men and holding them back from each other. Mar 1861 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two political cartoons: "The Opponents of the `Unnatural and Fratricidal War'" and "Bulls Run." Aug 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two political cartoons: "Fashionable Swell" and "`Recognition' or `No.'" Sep 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches: Guard boat on picket duty off Mobile and the U.S. steamer "Kennebec" chasing the rebel steamer "Grey Jacket." Feb 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "The Copperhead Plan for Subjugating the South" political cartoon. Oct 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: "The North as Painted by the South; Or, Cuttings from the Rebel Newspapers Illustrated." Six sketches. Jul 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two political cartoons: "The Music for the Times" and "Awful Apparition. May 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four cartoons ranging from the census to church and restaurant situations. May 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Five cartoons. Feb 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch of General Grant's campaign: Transportation of Hancock's corps across the James River at Wilcox's Landing. There is a rip in the page from the middle of the outer margin through the middle portion of the page (eight inches long). Jul 1864 $10.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: The top half of the page shows a sketch of the formal laying of the first stone in Central Park for a monument in honor of Shakespeare on the 300th anniversary of his birth. At the bottom, a sketch of the "Rebel Ram" attacking federal gun-boats at Plymouth, NC. Each sketch is accompanied by an article. May 1864 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two political cartoons: "No Communion With Slaveholders" and "Our Presidential Merryman." Mar 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three cartoons. Feb 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches at the top of the page show Brigadier-General Kelley of Virginia and Brigadier-General A. McDowell McCook (with articles of both men). At the bottom: a sketch of two slave hunters expelled from the camp of the 22nd Illinois Volunteers at Bird point, Mo. Nov 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: At top, an article on, and sketch of, Captain S.F. DuPont, Commander of the "Great naval Expedition."At the bottom: a sketch of the "attack upon the camp of the Sixth Regiment New York Volunteers (Wilson's Zouaves) on Santa Rose Island, October 9." Small hole in the middle-part of the page, an inch inside the border. Nov 1861 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Half-page sketch at top shows the "capture of a rebel picket near Shreve's Farm, Virginia." "The bottom half of the page shows the "departure of troops from Camp Union, at Bladensburg, Maryland, to join Sickle's Brigade at Port Tobacco." Nov 1861 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two cartoons. Nov 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Full-page sketch of Thurlow Weed, Esq. Nov 1861 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch of the "view of the mountain region (the seat of war) in western Virginia, from the summit of Limestone Mountain." Nov 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four sketches: "Munson's Hill as it now appears with the fort erected by the Garibaldi Regiment;" "Photographic saloon in camp, near Ball's Cross roads, Virginia;" "The batteries on the Potomac--Budd's Ferry;" "The batteries on the Potomac--Evansport." Nov 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A page describing the interior of Major Anderson's command at Ft. Sumter. Six sketches: "The Navy yard at Norfolk, Virginia;" "The key of the Fort Moultrie Magazine--the Major's souvenir;" "Major Anderson's Quarters at Ft. Sumter;" "Major Sumter's candlestick;" "An embrasure at Sumter--outside;" "An embrasure at Sumter--inside." Mar 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: The top of the page has a large sketch of the U.S. frigate "Sabine" off Ft. Pickens. The bottom half has an article about the recent inauguration and an accompanying sketch showing Presidents Buchanan and Lincoln. Mar 1861 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: The top of the page shows a sketch of a huge water spout in Albemarle Sound. Below, the destruction of the monitor "Tecumseh" by a rebel torpedo in Mobile Bay is depicted and there is a sketch of the "shot and shell extracted from the `Brooklyn.'" Sep 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page isometric view of General Grant's Virginia campaign with a legend including thirty-one areas that are identified. Sep 1864 $40.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches: "The United States steamer "Richmond" engaging the rebel ram "Tennessee" and "the rebel gun-boat `Selma' surrendering to the United States steamer "Metacomet." Sep 1864 $30.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A sketch and article at the top depict Major-general Wright and his staff. Below, there is a sketch and article on Brigadier-General John W. Geary. One final sketch in the bottom, right-hand corner shows the murderer Francis Muller. Sep 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Three political cartoons: "Hoops and Combustion," "Winding Off the Tangled Skein," with Lincoln, and "The Italian Boot." Mar 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page, front-page sketch of the Hon. William H. Seward, Secretary of State. Apr 1861 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: The top third of the page has a sketch of the flag-staff bastion at Ft. Picken's, FL. Below is chapter XXIX of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" with an accompanying sketch. Apr 1861 $15.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A poem, "Lost Jewels," and a sketch of the U.S. gun boat "Wyandotte" firing a salute on Washington's Birthday in Pensacola, FL. Apr 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: The top half of the page has an article and sketch of Mrs. General Gaines, "the heroine of the most remarkable lawsuit ever prosecuted in our civil courts." At the bottom of the page is a sketch of Point Isabel, Texas, with the "Daniel Webster" sailing by with U.S. troops on board. Apr 1861 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page sketch of a cannon, the "Pet Parrot," on the United States steamer "Richmond" in a storm. May 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A poem, "The Two Poets," about Shakespeare and Schiller with an accompanying sketch. A story and sketch are provided for each Major-General Philip Henry Sheridan and General Thomas E. Greenfield Ransom. May 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A full-page, front page sketch of the rebel attack "on our gunboats" in the Red River with many men shown fighting, dying and dead on the beach. May 1864 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches run length-wise along the entire page showing "our blockading fleet off Wilmington, NC" the old inlet in one sketch, the new one in the other. Dec 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A front-page article, "Exchange of Prisoners," and two sketches of the rebel flag of the truce boat "Beauregard" with Savannah in the distance and the rebel flags of truce boats coming down the Savannah River to meet the federal transports. Dec 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Two sketches from "before Petersburg." One shows reinforcements going to the front, the second is entitled "Mounted Infantry." Nov 1864 $20.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: Four sketches total. In the top right is a diagram of the U.S. iron-clad "Chickasaw." The other three show wounded being recieved on board of the "Metacomet," the Metacomet's boat blowing up the rebel ram "Nashville" and a view of the mobile and federal fleets in the bay. Oct 1864 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread montage from Harper's Weekly entitled "The First of April, 1864" by Thomas Nast. Shows street scenes w/"April Fool" on a sign in the window w/people pulling tricks, lady in a top hat & moustache saying "good evening, sir," school scene with the old school master having a sign pinned to the back of his jacket "old fool", even three scenes of Civil War soldiers pulling pranks on each other, sketches of little kids dressed up with animal heads on at top of page. A great piece 16" x 22" One small 1-1/4" x 1/4" piece out of bottom margin at center fold area not affecting major part of sketch, otherwise excellent. $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing two horizontal sketches, each 20" x 6", tremendous scenes of fires blazing. The top one is the destruction of the United States Navy-yard at Norfolk, VA by fire by United States troops Apr 20, 1861 and the second one is destruction of the United States ships at the Norfolk Navy-yard, by order of the government. Each ship is identified by name in the margin below the print. Both b&w prints are very graphic. May 1861 Harpers Weekly (original). One very small tear at left lower corner. $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of a grand review of General McDowell's Corps D'Armee, by Secretary Cameron, on the south side of the Potomac, June 17, 1861. Jul 1861 $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of Colonel Hunter's attack at the battle of Bull's Run (22 x 16"). Some water damage in lower left and two inch-long tears on the lower border. Aug 1861 $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing two horizontal sketches, each 20 x 6 inches. On the top, the great cattle raid at Harrison's Landing, September 16, 1864. On the bottom half of the page, "Midnight Before Petersburg." Oct 1864 $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread montage of scenes at and around Fort Pickens, FL. The middle sketch shows troops after mealtime inside the fort. Views are included from the east and from the west. A map is also sketched out to give a bird's-eye view of the area. The page is torn in half directly down the middle. Dec 1861 $25.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread shows the return of veteran volunteers on furlough walking in on a welcoming party, some hugging woman. Eight-inch tear from the bottom margin towards the middle of the page. Jan 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of two horizontal sketches, each 20 x 6 inches, showing some of the uniforms of United States volunteers and state militia. Each sketch has thirteen men casually speaking or just sitting from different units for the north and northern states ranging as far west as Michigan. Some stains in the bottom middle to right side margin. Aug 1861 $70.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread montage entitled "Virginia Sketches" which includes eight sketches in all from Fort Washington to Fort Norfolk to the Richmond Armory. An inch by inch-and-a-half chunk is missing from the lower margin. A two inch by one-third inch chunk is missing from the top margin and 3/4" into the sketch itself at the top. Apr 1861 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of General Sherman's campaign, specifically the rebel assault on Logan's position in the battle at Dallas, May 28, 1864. General Sherman is in the middle of the sketch with his hat held high in the air as he rides his horse through his cheering troops. A quarter-inch tear goes seven inches downward into the middle of the sketch. Jul 1864 $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of eight men manning a cannon in the rain while chasing a blockade runner seen in the distance. Two small chunks missing from the bottom. One only in the margin; a smaller one in the sketch itself. Nov 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread sketch of the departure of the Great southern Expedition, under General Butler, from Fortress Monroe. Five of the ships seen are identified in the lower margin, the "Harriet Lane," "Wabash," "Minnesota," "Monticello" and the "Pawnee." A slight stain can be seen and a small chunk is missing--both in the bottom inch of the page. There is a 3-1/4" tear in the middle of the page coming from the upper margin. Sep 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing two officers conversing in the foreground during an advance of the Army of the Potomac which can be seen in the background. There is a 1/2" circular hole directly in the middle of the sketch. One inch tear in the left margin. Jan 1864 $65.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread montage of seven scenes under the title "The Songs of War." In the middle is a small sketch of a dressed-up woman with "The Girl I Left Behind Me" above her. Around that one are six sketches of soldiers singing, fighting and at attention with one of these songs as a sort of subtitle for each: "The Bold Soldier Boy;" "Hail to the Chief;" "We'll Be Free and Easy Still;" "Glory Hallelujah;" "Dixie;" and "Rogue's March." There is a 5-1/2" tear at the seam right down the middle from the top margin. Nov 1861 $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing the a pictorial map of the seat of war, showing parts of the states of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and North Carolina, and also the coast line from Cape Henry to Fort Pickens with the United States blockading fleet. Jun 1861 $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of three sketches. Two at the top are 9 x 4-1/2" and show the Pontoon Bridge at Point of Rocks on the Appomattox and, to the right of that, the rebel Fort Clifton and our batteries on the Appomattox. Below, a 21 x 10" sketch of General Grant's campaign provided in a panoramic view and specifically shows the situation around Petersburg. Jul 1864 $70.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of a battle which shows the North rolling over the South with the flags of both still waving, but tattered. caption underneath reads: "The Campaign in Virginia--"On to Richmond!" A slight, inch-long tear is on the left-hand margin. Jun 1864 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page collaboration spread showing "Our Generals" all riding on horseback. The Generals sketched are identified by last name in the lower margin. They are: Butler; Wool; McCall; Rosecrans; McCook; Anderson; McDowell; Sickles; Blenker; McClellan; Scott; Hunter; Siegel; Sprague; Prentiss; Mansfield; Tyler; Burnside; Banks; Fremont; Lander; Heintzelman; Dix; Curtis; Stone. Oct 1861 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread with the heading "The Effect of the rebellion on the Homes of Virginia." In the center sketch, a woman is solemnly seated before three soldiers with the caption "the soldier's wife." There are five others including a mother shielding two kids with yet another one on her back underneath the window with the caption "under fire." Dec 1864 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of two horizontal sketches. At top, a view of the Harbor of Pensacola with Santa Rosa Island and Fort Pickens in the foreground and the rebel batteries and navy yard in the distance. Below, the Great Review at Bailey's Cross roads, Virginia on November 20. The lower, right-hand corner is missing (from the margin only; not the sketch itself). Dec 1861 $70.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread montage entitled "On the Road Between Washington and Alexandria." Among the ten sketches are the Arlington House and various tasks being undertaken such as putting up telegraph wires, examining passes and clearing the range for the artillery. Small chunk missing from the bottom margin. Jun 1861 $70.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread with the heading "Election Day, 8th November." Four sketches show "votes" being cast. At bottom left, "soldiers making votes" and at bottom right "citizens voting," both by conventional methods. In between, a sketch of a battle with Northern soldiers trouncing the South over the caption "the Veteran's vote." Small tear at left of sketch. Nov 1864 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of "Our Flag." Eleven sketches in all depict certain situations in which the flag is an ever-present site like "In the Field," "Going to War," "Around the Dead," "In Camp," and "At Home." A 1-1/4 x 1" chunk is missing from the bottom margin and the lower, left-hand corner is missing. Jul 1861 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread sketch of eight women that are very dressed up over the caption "Paris fashions for February." Above the ladies, five new fashions are sketched and they are identified just below the top margin as being the: Woolen hood; Zouave jacket (back); Italian collar; Zouave jacket (front); Hood of red flannel. Feb 1861 $60.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of Major-General George B. McClellan, the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He is sketched with his hand in his shirt (Napoleon-style), standing next to a white horse. Sep 1864 $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing different parts of the Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Commission. In the middle are the largest two sketches of fifteen total--an interior look at the academy at top, exterior look at the buildings at bottom. Other sketches show the museum, art gallery, armory, "New england" kitchen and Knickerbocker Hall among other areas. Mar 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread with soldiers firing at each other in three or four somewhat merged scenes. A man stands at the top of the sketch with a "Bunker Hill" flag in hand. In the middle of the sketch it reads "yankee Doodle" and at the bottom a sign that says "Stony Point" with this poem: "Yankee Doodle is the tune/Americans delight in/Good to fiddle, dance, or sign/and just the thing for fightin'" Jun 1861 $55.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread A double-page spread of Major-General George B. McClellan, the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. He is sketched with his hand in his shirt (Napoleon-style), standing next to a white horse. Sep 1864 $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of New Year's Day 1864. A contrast is drawn between the North and South as they face the new year. The North, sketch on the left, are celebrating in four of the five sketches. In the other, a soldier is standing with a gun in hand, looking very calm. On the right, the contrast that is the South is depicted. In the largest sketch, a mother with two young children kneels over a fresh grave while three others, including a man with only half of his left leg, can be seen in the background. An inch x 1/4" chunk is missing on the seam in the middle of the page. Another chunk, same size, is missing from the seam at the bottom of the page. Jan 1864 $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of "American Home Scenes." Six individual sketches show families husking corn, cutting apples, dancing and quilting. Four white families and two black families are shown. Apr 1861 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing the interior of the new dome of the capitol at Washington. Small chunk missing from right-hand margin. Mar 1861 $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing President Washington in the middle and snow-covered troops to the left. At the bottom, "The Dream of a Secessionaist--Washington and Valley Forge. Feb 1861 $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread headed by "The Blessings of Victory." Eight sketches in all depict different situations of, and brought about by, the war. "Victory will bring us peace" and "the Union forever" are printed at the bottom. Sep 1864 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread montage dedication to George Washington. The center sketch is the largest and shows Washington resigning his commission. Above this is a sketch of his birth place--below it, his tomb. Eight other sketches circle around and depict his marriage, death, presidency, Yorktown, when he took command of the Army and other events. Feb 1864 $80.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing General Sherman's grand march through central Georgia. Three inch by 3/4" chunk missing at the top. Dec 1861 $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of "The Great Naval Expedition." Two sketches, at top, show horses being shipped and horses in stalls between decks. A 21 x 8-1/2 horizontal sketch at the bottom of the page depicts sixteen Naval ships and labels them in the lower margin. They are the: Curlew; Ocean Queen; Oriental; Baltic; O.M. Pettit; Gem of the Sea; Great Republic; Wabash; Seneca; Pembina; Connecticut; Mercury; Unidella; Augusta; Alabama; James Adger. There is a 4-1/2 x 1/4 inch tear from the bottom in the middle. Nov 1861 $35.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing three scenes from the war. U.S. volunteers are seen throwing up intrenchments on Arlington Heights, VA (top left), the brilliant charge of the U.S. calvary through the village of Fairfax Courthouse, on May 31 top right), and the city of Cairo, IL as seen from the camp (horizontal at the bottom.) Jun 1861 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread with nine sketches of General Grant's campaign in the trenches before Petersburg. Among the sketches are scenes of the 5th Corps bivouacked in the rifle pits, sharpshooters of the 18th and troops aiming a mortar in Jackson's ct battery. Aug 1864 $70.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread entitled "Rebel Atrocities." Six sketches include "Negro teamsters tied to trees and shot," "Gen. Forrest shooting a free Mulatto," and bodies lying on the fields of Paducah, Ft. Wagner and Ft. Pillow. At the top, middle of the sketch is the quote "Retribution will be surly given" -ALincoln. May 1864 $75.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing General Grant's campaign with many bomb explosions of a mine and an assault on Cemetary Hill before Petersburg, July 30. Two small holes in the middle. Aug 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread showing General Grant's campaign. The 1st Connecticutt Artillery is depicted in a view of Petersburg from Captain Davis' battery. A small square (1/4" x 1/4") from the margin only, at top. Aug 1864 $65.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of a battle scene as the Army of the Potomac struggle for the salient near Spottsylvania, Virginia, May 12. Two by 3/4 inch chunk missing on the seam at the bottom of the page (mostly just the margin). Jun 1864 $65.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread with soldiers around a fire about to eat. The caption seems to read "Halt of a wagon train," but a 2 x 3/4" chunk is missing at the bottom of the shetch that goes through the caption. Also, there is a slight, two-inch tear on the right side. Feb 1864 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread of two horizontal sketches. At top, approximately forty boats sail, facing the right. The caption reads "The Great expedition, in lat. 34 37' N, long. 50 W on the way to the Port Royal Inlet." At bottom, "The bombardment of Forts walker and Beauregard, Port Royal Inlet, South Carolina, November 7." The ships are labeled below the sketch as being the: Mercury; Wabash; Screamer; Susquehanna; Huntress; Com. Tatnall; Bienville; Pembina; Seneca; Ottawa; Unadilla; Pawnee; Mohican; Isaac Smith; Curlew; Vandalia; Penguin; Pocahontas; Seminole; R.B. Forbes. Nov 1861 $50.00


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    Harper's Weekly #2 of 2: A double-page spread with a horizontal sketch over the top half of the page showing General Butler's Canal at Dutch Gap. At bottom, two sketches; On the left, a view of the U.S. military railroad before Petersburg; On the right, soldiers building roads in front of Petersburg. The caption at the bottom of the page reads "Yankee improvements in front of Petersburg." Nov 1864 $55.00


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