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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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281.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Main caption: 'Siege of Charleston--views of Sullivan's Island, as seen from Morris Island.--from sketches by our Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' Caption top left: 'Remains of blockade runners.' Caption top right: 'Rebel camp on Sullivans Island.' Caption middle left and right: 'Rebel battery on Sullivans Island.' Caption middle: 'Examining passes on the beach.' Caption bottom: ' Fort Moultrie as seen from Morris Island.' [full date October 10, 1863.]
282.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Main caption: 'South Carolina.--scenes in the track of the cyclone which devastated Charleston, August 25th. See page 43. 1. St. Michael's Church [upper left]. 2. Scene on the water front after the storm [top right]. 3. Destruction on South Battery [bottom].' [full date September 5, 1885.]
283.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Main caption: 'The present appearance of Charleston, S.C., showing the effects of the Federal bombardment.--from recent sketches by our special artist.' Caption top left: 'Nos.165, 167 and 169 Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C.' Caption top right: 'East Bay Street, looking south.' Caption middle left: 'Kitchen attached to 53 Wentworth Street--effect of two shells.' Caption middle right: 'Gentleman's ordinary, Charleston Hotel.' Caption bottom: 'Vendue Range.' [full date March 25, 1865.]
284.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Main caption: 'The President at the Charleston Exposition. Photographs by Frederick Moore.' Caption top left: 'The President speaking in the auditorium.' Caption top right: 'Negro tea-pickers singing pickaninny songs to the President.' Caption bottom center: 'The presidential party reviewing the parade.' Further captioning identifies: 'The President, Sec. Wilson, Mayor Smythe, Mrs. Roosevelt.'
285.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly No caption. Illustration for poem, Unspoken Dialogue. Image of two women in period dress, standing, facing each other.
286.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Political cartoon, caption: 'An Eruption at Capitol Hill.' [full date September 11, 1886.]
287.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Political cartoon, caption: 'Hard times in Ole Virginny, an' worse a cumin'! Scene--Rebel pickets in Western Virginia.' [full date January 4, 1862.]
288.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Political cartoon, caption: 'It's too bad! The course of events must take the curl out of Flynn.' [full date September 11, 1886.]
289.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Political cartoon, caption: 'King Jeff the First. "Let them burn! Let the women and children suffer! I'm bound to keep warm!"' [full date January 4, 1862.]
290.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Political cartoon, caption: 'Scaly, but not a fish.' [full date September 11, 1886.]
291.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Political cartoon, caption: 'The Commandments in South Carolina. "We've pretty well smashed that; but I suppose, Massa Moses, you can get another one."' [full date September 26, 1874]
292.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Political cartoon, caption: 'The shadow of a coming event. Justice. "Do any more of you wish to become 'Martyrs'?"' [full date September 11,1886.]
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