Harper's Weekly was the definitive newspaper of record for the latter part of the 19th century and early 20th. It had broad national distribution and some international, a circulation that exceeded 100,000 and peaked at 300,000, and effective readership of at least half a million people. Lehi...
Harper's Magazine Co., etc.]
|Notes:||"A journal of civilization."|
Editors: 1857?-63, J. Bonner.--1863-92, G. W. Curtis (managing editors: 1863-69, H. M. Alden; 1869-85, S. S. Conant; later M. Schuyler, J. Foord, R. H. Davis).--1892-93? C. Schurz.--1894-98, H. L. Nelson.--1899-1901, J. K. Bangs.--1901-13, G. B. M. Harvey.--1913-16, N. Hapgood.
|Description:||ill. 34-41 cm.|
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- Print holdings: 2-43,45,47-48,51-55,58,60-61 (1857-1915)
- Electronic holdings: Extent of ownership: Electronic resource: (1857-1865)
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