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1892 Life January 28 - Editorials on alcoholism; Modjeska in NYC; Paderewski

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Life

January 28, 1892

Inside:   The cover says a man would have to be hypnotized to marry this woman; Small organ grinder sketch; editorials on drinking and sobriety; Life's lessons in history include: marriage of Princess Royal to Prince Frederick of Prussia; air gun fired at the Prince Regent, King Charles the first is condemned to death; Philadelphia is 20 years behind NYC; Centerfold is Charles Dana Gibson - when you find the girl you thought was waiting for you - has given up waiting. Madame Modjeska will bring class when she comes to NYC; Paderewski will convince us again that the piano is a musical instrument that can be played well;  ; ads. Lots of other items.

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. these were purchased from the original accountants years ago. 

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