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1890 Life August 7 - Reports of children being killed; South will not boycott

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August 7, 1890

This original magazine is well illustrated with humorous sketches as well as serious issues of the day. Stereotypical views of Irish, Jews, Chinese and Black. Indians were treated the same but sympathetically. Beautiful women grace its pages. Inside: Fictitious reports of children being killed; South will not boycott. Prince George will not visit Newport; Recap of July - The British lion is a little restive, The big pension debate - the vultures descend; Centerfold is Charles Dana Gibson and the female artist who has ceased to be feminine; Two outhouse sketches; Two views of seaside resort prices in June and August; . ads. Lots of other items.

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