FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—PORT ROYAL/HILTON HEAD; JANUARY 25, 1862

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Item Code: 1054-2801

No. 322-Vol. XIL.  16 pp., 11” x 15”, w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons.

Front cover features twin naval sketches of the “The Great southern/ Port Royal Expedition”:  (1)“Reconnaissance  of Vernon River, Ossabaw Sound, Georgia. Discovery of a Rebel Battery & Camp.” And (2) “Seabrook Landing, Scull Creek, Hilton Head, S.C.” The remainder of the issue contain numerous other Port Royal illustrations, including a full page depiction of “The Morning Detail of The 4th New Hampshire Volunteers Going to Work on the Hilton Head Fortifications,” as well as a double page of sketches featuring “New year’s Day at Fort Royal.” Plus scenes from Hilton Head, S.C. and from scenes from “The War in Kentucky—Bacon Creek, Hart County.”

Slightly fragile, exhibits light chipping at margins, small slight stain along upper front page. Else good plus. Solid Frank Leslie’s war-time issue, loaded with, yes, illustrations. In protective sleeve, w/white card backing.  [JP] [ph:L]

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