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1890 Life July 10-Queen Victoria and Albert; GAR protests confedederate flags

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July 10, 1890

Queen Victoria and Albert Edward are on the cover.

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: Confederate flags show up at the unveiling of the Lee Statue in Richmond. It's OK'd by Life and a New York paper. The GAR protests and the paper apologizes and a bill is introduced by the GAR rep that no flag can be flown in the US except old Glory. Life objects and warns that the GAR is losing the respect of the people because of the corruption that has come into it via the pension debate. Incidents and sketches of New York's water famine; Centerfold is prints of lovers in the spring; . ads. Lots of other items.

If you're interested in the comic weeklies of the 1800s and early 1900's, please check our offerings of Puck and Judge.

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