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1878 Harper's Weekly May 4 - Columbia scolds Uncle Sam; Indians cross Missouri

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Harper's Weekly

 May 4, 1878

Complete magazine with supplement

usually 30-40 pages with full page prints

Large format 12X16" . Inside News and prints: Cover shows Columbia scolding Uncle Sam for having bad credit - Nast; Tramps and their ways - several vignettes; Bears attack industry honey with an income tax stick - Nast; The Indians crossing the Missouri River in Bull Boats; The betrayed - a broken savings bank; Probabilities - the South gets stronger and threatening - Nast; The Marquis of Salisbury, British Foreign Secretary; Sketches of Russian people; 8 prints of Ostrich farming in South Africa;   .   Other  prints: cartoon of black boy stealing chickens and being chased; ;   ads. Lots of other items.

Full issues are nearly impossible to find.  .

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