Harpers New Monthly Magazine February 1882 Vol. LXIV
February 1882 Vol. LXIV – 130 years old. Bound, some loose, from pages 322 to 480. Taken from orginal binding, no cover wrap. Pages are in excellent condition considering this is 130 years old. It has an 18 page story titled The American Life-Saving Service about the U. S. Life-Saving Service with numerous old woodcut engravings of life saving stations, lifeboats and rescues. Includes image of Sumner Kimball, the head of the Life Saving Service. Very well done. Other articles with amazing illustrations are titled, A Clever Town Built by Quakers, French Political Leaders, Henry Irving at Home, In Behalf of Crime, Commercial, Social and Political Mexico, and Witch Hazel. (Footnote: In 1915 the U.S. Life-Saving Service and the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service were merged to create the United States Coast Guard.)
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