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14 page Harper's Weekly for the Saturday, April 9, 1864 issue. The newspaper pages are from 225-240.
Paper has articles on the Metropolitan Fair for the United States Sanitary Commission held in New York and Chapter 11 of Quite Alone by George Augustus Sala, among other stories and articles of interest.
Illustrations of The Metropolitan Fair Buildings on Fourteenth Street in New York, Metropolitan Fair Buildings on Union Square in New York, Major-General John Dix, President of the Fair, Henry Bellows, President of the Sanitary Commission, images of women nursing the wounded, Bridge at Loudon, Office Brownlows, Knoxville Whig, Ft. Saunders College in Knoxville, Lenoir';s Mills, Soldiers shaking hands with Parson Brownlow, Court House and Yankee Bullpen, Soldiers' Hall at Huntsville, Alabama and Negroes Leaving their home,
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United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865
United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Pictorial works
United States Sanitary Commission