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1890 Life July 17-Yale should follow Harvard's example;Palmistry; Kodak scenes

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July 17, 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: The failures of Alexander Hamilton; Yale should follow Harvard's example in building play fields in honor of Alonzo Stagg and Robert J. Cook; Money comes and money goes; Scene of several barrels going over Niagara Falls; Review of Mulvaney; Poem about Palmistry; Charles Dana Gibson Centerfold of the man who hates to go to afternoon teas; Full page print of Life's artist and scenes from his Kodak camera . ads. Lots of other items.

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