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Harper's [for] August

Poster showing woman athlete hanging from rope and reaching for copy of Harper's New Monthly Magazine.

Harper's, Christmas

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: January

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: May

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: July

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Vignettes of Manhattan by Brander Matthews

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Our English cousins by Richard Harding Davis, illustrated / E.P.

Poster shows a woman and man standing in front of a group of people, among them a soldier, a professor, and a policeman.

Lundborg's Perfumes

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Century Magazine - Midsummer Holiday Number / Louis Rhead.

Art nouveau poster showing a woman seated under tree and reading Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine.

Lippincott's: December

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

The Century: Holiday Number: St. Nicholas for Young Folks, August

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Lippincott's: November

Charles Farrand (American, active late 19th century)

The Century containing...the new life of Napoleon, Christmas number

Poster shows a woman in an Aesthetic dress holding peacock on a platter.

Harper's, March

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: October

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's Weekly: November 12th

William Sullivant Vanderbilt Allen (American, New York 1860–1931)

Harper's, August

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: September

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, November

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's Young People: The Fur-Seal's Tooth by Kirk Monroe, March 6, 1894

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

The Photographer Sescau (Le Photographe Sescau)

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

Harper's November / Edward Penfield.

Poster shows a fashionably dressed woman with a man who is wearing a sweater with the letter "Y." Also includes a sign announcing a Yale vs. Harvard football game.

Chateau aérien. Ballon captif à cloisons étanches, système Tobiansky. Exposition universelle 1894.

Belgian poster shows an air station suspended by a captive balloon at the 1894 world's fair in Antwerp, Belgium. Advertises Alfred Tobiansky d'Altoff's patented device for moving passengers from a platform on t... more

Harper's, February

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: August

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

The Green Tree Library

Henry McCarter (American, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1866–1942 Norristown, Pennsylvania)

Pastime Stories

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Lippincott's: August

William James Glackens (American, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1870–1938 Westport, Connecticut)

The Century Magazine: Midsummer Holiday Number

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Confetti

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

Confetti

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

Our English Cousins

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: September

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, September

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, June

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Chris and the Wonderful Lamp, A Modern Arabian Nights Story

Albert J. Moores (American, active 1890s)

Quinquina Dubonnet apéritif dans tous les cafés / J. Chéret.

Poster showing a woman enjoying an aperitif, with a white cat at her side.

Aetna dynamite

Poster shows workman with a red flag; in background, an explosion. Poster is advertisement for the Aetna Dynamite Company.

Uncle Sam's Church

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

Lippincotts: January

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

The Boston Sunday Herald: Ladies Spring Fashions, March 17

Poster for The Boston Sunday Herald: Ladies Spring Fashions, March 17 [1895], featuring an all-black male suit and top hat, and a red woman's robe, worn with a black and white scarf, possibly made up of or imit... more

Meadow Grass

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Slain by the Doones

Will Phillip Hooper (American, Biddeford, Maine 1855–1938 Biddeford, Maine)

Lippincott's, April

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Lippincott's: Series of Select Novels

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

The New York Times: February 9

E. Pickert (American, active late 19th century)

A Virginia Cousin & Bar Harbor Tales

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

Narcoti-cure Cures the tobacco habit in from 4 to 10 days ; Price $5.00 / / Bradley.

Art nouveau poster advertisement for the Narcoti Chemical Co., Springfield, Mass., announcing cure for the tobacco habit, showing a demon or devil-like tobacco plant being skewered by a knight on horseback.

Rayon d'or, dernier mot de l'eclairage / Pal.

Poster showing a nude woman with gossamer wings reaching toward the light of a star and a Rayon d'Or light fixture.

Advertisement for Philadelphia Sunday Press: May 10, 1895

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Harper's: June

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, August

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Lippincott's: August

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Overland Monthly: Pélé , June

Lafayette Maynard Dixon (American, 1875–1946)

Lippincott's: July

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Lippincotts: February

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Lippincott's, March

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

The Days of Auld Lang Syne

L. F. Hurd (American, active 1890s)

A sure winner

Tobacco advertising poster (cut down), showing an African American couple, as the woman offers the man a cigar.

The lark for May

Poster shows a man seated playing the flute.

The House of the Trees and Other Poems by Ethelwyn Wetherald

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

Try Vio-Violet a New Lundborg Perfume

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Lippincott's: November

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

May Milton

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

Stories of The Wagner Opera

L. F. Hurd (American, active 1890s)

Two Women and a Fool

Charles Dana Gibson (American, Roxbury, Massachusetts 1867–1944 New York)

New York Ledger: Bicycle Number

Henry Brevoort Eddy (American, New York 1872–1935 Rye, New York)

Philadelphia Sunday Press: October 6th

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Advertisement for Philadelphia Sunday Press: Oct. 13, 1895

George Reiter Brill (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1867–1918 Florida)

Women's edition (Buffalo) Courier / ARG ; the Courier Litho. Co., Buffalo, N.Y.

Woman, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, with roses in her hair and a ribbon encircling her head.

Harper's, September

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: Christmas

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: The German Struggle for Liberty, July

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's, May

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: August

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: February

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Harper's: November

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

On snow shoes to the barren grounds by Caspar W. Whitney ... now appearing in Harper's magazine / Edward Penfield.

Man, dressed in moccasins and beaded leggings, belted coat and mittens, wearing snowshoes.

The Century: July

Charles Herbert Woodbury (American, Lynn, Massachusetts 1864–1940 Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts)

The Century: XMAS

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Prang's Publications: Easter

Louis John Rhead (American, born England, 1857–1926)

Salon des Cent: Exposition Internationale d'affiches

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, Albi 1864–1901 Saint-André-du-Bois)

MISS TRÄUMEREI

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

Bovox trademark - an essence of beef Makes real strength.

Advertising poster showing a couple kissing beneath a street light and behind the "Bovox" banner as a carriage rides off into the background.

Lippincott's: March

William L. Carqueville (American, Chicago, Illinois 1871–1946)

Albert Morris Bagby's new novel Miss Traumerei

Poster showing a woman playing piano with art nouveau style chrysanthemum flowers in foreground.

The White Wampum by E. Pauline Johnson

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

Is Polite Society Polite?

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)

The Best Guide to Boston

Ethel Reed (American, 1874–after 1900)