HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 15, 1865 – GETTYSBURG, 4TH OF JULY

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Vol. IX—No. 446. 16 pp. [433-448], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features entertaining full page depiction of “Rustic Courtship”.  Interior illustrations include a full page depiction of General   Grant’s staff at the close of the war;  also a story of Gettysburg 4th of July, which saw the laying of the cornerstone of the monument for the national soldier’s cemetery, w/cemetery map. Also a pair of intriguing illustrations of soldier playing “football” and “Chuck-a-luck in Camp.

Exhibits mounting dots along left margin; rear page detached. Else VG to fine, w/smooth cover. Solid, end-of-the-war summer issue. In protective sleeve, w/white card backing. [JP][ph:L]

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