Leslie's Illustrated Weekly
December 15, 1898
Complete magazine 12X16" and profusely illustrated with prints and photos.
Inside: Full page frontispiece - The electric cab defies a Blizzard; four big prints about duck hunting; Color Ivory Soap ad; the tramp's Christmas; Full page print - "Mustered Out." A patriot of the Revolutionary War goes home. full page print of vignettes - Christmas diversions of Camp-life in our Army; Woman's work in the war; Centerfold is a photo of Weighing the Christmas Baby in Blackville; Telling stories around the Christmas Campfire; Sailing of the Christmas ship; full page drawing by Kemble of the Nation's best Christmas Gift - North and South coming together to march under the same flag: Merry Christmas in an Army camp -3 photos; .
; . ads. Lots of other items.
Frank Leslie was the father of American illustrated journalism starting this described periodical in December 1855 knowing how to cut wood print blocks at a fast clip. It's main competitor was Harper's Weekly which started in January 1857. (See our listings for this title also.)
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