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Aetna Life SALUTE V22 Men & Women in Service newsletter 1940s
1 Aetna Life SALUTE V22 Men & Women in Service newsletter 1940s

8 1/2 x 11", 13-page publication, stapled. Anecdotes, reports of service, stories, excerpts from letters describing events of the war, etc. Names: J B Myron, Hugh B Speed Jr, J L Finlayson, W H Mauk, J B Chase, Burt Holmes, Jesse Anderson, Wylie Craig, Arthur S Lawless, David J James, W H Bartlett, A J Short, W R McClelland, John H Warner, John A Anderson, C C Buzz Hall, G Findlay Reed, Louis J Breskman, James Moran, Harold J Barker, Rutherford T Walsh, Aethelburga C Schmidt, Lew Riggles, Kimball Page, John D Babb, Stanley H Davidson, Bruce M Payne, Ward Dunlop, Albert J Kummer, Jack A Schultz, Jack Threadgill.

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Price: 14.99 USD
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Army of Potomac learns of Fort Fisher Capture Harper's Weekly 1865
2 Army of Potomac learns of Fort Fisher Capture Harper's Weekly 1865

Published 2/4/1865. This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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Assault & Capture of Fort Fisher Federal Point NC Harper's Weekly spread 1865
3 Assault & Capture of Fort Fisher Federal Point NC Harper's Weekly spread 1865

Capture took place 1/15 1865. This published 2/4 1865. This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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Complimentary Ball O E Adams Camp Sons of Union Veterans card 1891 Arlington VT
4 Complimentary Ball O E Adams Camp Sons of Union Veterans card 1891 Arlington VT

3 1/2 x 4 3/4" 4-page invitation. Unprinted back with "Compliments of Marjorie Thompson" written in pencil.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 9.99 USD
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Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War Constitution 1960-1961 revision
5 Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War Constitution 1960-1961 revision

4x6", 2-page booklet.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
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Gen Adelbert Ames by Mathew Brady / Unionists escape E Tennessee Harper's 1865
6 Gen Adelbert Ames by Mathew Brady / Unionists escape E Tennessee Harper's 1865

Published 2/4/1865. This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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Gen Barry & Gen Sherman Review Troops at Savannah 1865
7 Gen Barry & Gen Sherman Review Troops at Savannah 1865

Published 2/11/1865. This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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Gen Butler's Invasion at Federal Point NC 1864 Harper's Weekly spread 1/28 1865
8 Gen Butler's Invasion at Federal Point NC 1864 Harper's Weekly spread 1/28 1865

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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Gen McClellan Dix Scott Fremont Banks Harper's 1861
9 Gen McClellan Dix Scott Fremont Banks Harper's 1861
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A composite. Artist not stated. From issue of 8/31/1861.

Original page or cover from Harper's Weekly: A Journal of Civilization. Approximately 10 1/2 x 16 1/2".

Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching.

This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou.

Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
Price: 28.49 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/14 1865 Gen Hazen's Division 15th Corps storms Fort McAllister
10 HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/14 1865 Gen Hazen's Division 15th Corps storms Fort McAllister

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1861, it was printed in 1861, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. 11x16". Occasional flaws as seen in the scan MAY include foxing, small edge splits not affecting the printed area and age toning.

This is NOT A REPRODUCTION, REPRINT or FACSIMILE. It is as old as the event depicted.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 20.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/21 1865 Loyal Georgian Newspaper 1st issue Savannah GA
11 HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/21 1865 Loyal Georgian Newspaper 1st issue Savannah GA

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1861, it was printed in 1861, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. 11x16". Occasional flaws as seen in the scan MAY include foxing, small edge splits not affecting the printed area and age toning.

This is NOT A REPRODUCTION, REPRINT or FACSIMILE. It is as old as the event depicted.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/21 1865 Rebel Torpedo; Otsego Wreck & Bazley; Commissary Train
12 HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/21 1865 Rebel Torpedo; Otsego Wreck & Bazley; Commissary Train

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1861, it was printed in 1861, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. 11x16". Occasional flaws as seen in the scan MAY include foxing, small edge splits not affecting the printed area and age toning.

This is NOT A REPRODUCTION, REPRINT or FACSIMILE. It is as old as the event depicted.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 20.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/28 1865 Gen Sherman Christmas & New Year's Columbia SC
13 HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/28 1865 Gen Sherman Christmas & New Year's Columbia SC

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1861, it was printed in 1861, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. 11x16". Occasional flaws as seen in the scan MAY include foxing, small edge splits not affecting the printed area and age toning.

This is NOT A REPRODUCTION, REPRINT or FACSIMILE. It is as old as the event depicted.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 20.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/7 1865 17th Corps Ogechee River 20th Corps v Wheeler's Cavalry
14 HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/7 1865 17th Corps Ogechee River 20th Corps v Wheeler's Cavalry

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1861, it was printed in 1861, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. 11x16". Occasional flaws as seen in the scan MAY include foxing, small edge splits not affecting the printed area and age toning.

This is NOT A REPRODUCTION, REPRINT or FACSIMILE. It is as old as the event depicted.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 20.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/7 1865 Gen Sherman before Savannah; capture of CSS Resolute
15 HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/7 1865 Gen Sherman before Savannah; capture of CSS Resolute

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1861, it was printed in 1861, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. 11x16". Occasional flaws as seen in the scan MAY include foxing, small edge splits not affecting the printed area and age toning.

This is NOT A REPRODUCTION, REPRINT or FACSIMILE. It is as old as the event depicted.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 20.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/7 1865 Millen GA Confederate Prison & its Destruction
16 HARPER'S WEEKLY 1/7 1865 Millen GA Confederate Prison & its Destruction

This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1861, it was printed in 1861, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. 11x16". Occasional flaws as seen in the scan MAY include foxing, small edge splits not affecting the printed area and age toning.

This is NOT A REPRODUCTION, REPRINT or FACSIMILE. It is as old as the event depicted.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 20.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 10/11 1862 Battle of Antietam 1st Maryland Battery firing
17 HARPER'S WEEKLY 10/11 1862 Battle of Antietam 1st Maryland Battery firing

This individual page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 11/14 1863 French Ironclads; Army Potomac skirmish at Buckland
18 HARPER'S WEEKLY 11/14 1863 French Ironclads; Army Potomac skirmish at Buckland

This individual page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 11/14 1863 Gen Thomas addressing Negro Troops in Louisiana
19 HARPER'S WEEKLY 11/14 1863 Gen Thomas addressing Negro Troops in Louisiana

This individual page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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HARPER'S WEEKLY 11/14 1863 Rebels shelling Union Camps Lookout Mountain
20 HARPER'S WEEKLY 11/14 1863 Rebels shelling Union Camps Lookout Mountain

This individual page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
Price: 22.99 USD
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