HARPER’S WEEKLY, APRIL 2, 1864 - GETTYSBURG CEMETERY

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Item Code: 998-1881

Vol VII—no. 379. 16 pp. (209-224), 4 columns, 16.5 x11”, w/numerous illustrations and cartoons. Exhibits light chipping of left cover margin. Else VG.

Front cover features upper level illustration of “The Soldiers Cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.” with cover story on page 215. Interior centerfold features a hilarious double page “April Fools Days” montage by famed cartoonist Thomas Nast. Plus a full page depiction of “General Sherman’s Rear-Guard, and a character sketch of “Major General James Schofield.” Solid war-time issue, handsome illustrations. In protective sleeve/white card backing. [JP] [ph:L]

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