FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—MAY 25, 1861

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No. 301—vol. XII. 14 pp. [241-254], 11 x 16,” w/numerous stories and illustrations. Front cover features a panoramic sketch of “The Advance of General Rosecranz’s Division Through the Forests of Laurel Hill To Attack the Rebel Entrenchments at Rich Mountain.” Interior illustrations include a dramatic, full page depiction of “The charge of the First Iowa, with General Lyon at its Head at the Battle of Wilson’s Creek” (where Gen. Lyons was killed). Also a double center page illustration from Wilson’s Creek—“The Great Battle of the West, Wilson’s Creek, Missouri—Repulse of Rebel Cavalry By a Section of Artillery Under Captain Totten, U.S. A; Supported by a Company of Cat. Wood’s Kansas Rangers (cavalry), and Two Companies of Second Regiment of Kansas Volunteers.”

Paper is in fragile condition, w/front four pages detached. Exhibits chipping round the margins. Else fair plus, and chock full of fascinating early war illustrations. In protective plastic sleeve, w/white card backing.    [JP] [ph:L]

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