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1890 Life July 3 -Harvard fine arts major is for idiots; Fireworks; Newfoundland

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July 3, 1890

Fourth of July Number

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: Several fireworks cartoons; Life debates whether to celebrate decoration day or July 4th since they are so close together; McKinley's tariff bill will still tax art. Life disagrees on taxing thought; Recap of June - Fine arts at Harvard is a special course for idiots. New plot to kill the Czar;. Silver inflation; Massachusetts discovers corruption in her state house. Newfoundland is giving difficulty; Review of McCarthy's French Revolution; Six vignettes on dressing on a cruise ship in rough seas; Centerfold is celebrating 100 years of freedom. What have we got to show for it? Football, baseball and tennis. Nevermind art, education and society; 1/2 page print of the American fourth of July of the future . ads. Lots of other items.

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