Mitchell, Alfred (illus).
New York. Harper's Weekly. 09-29- 1889.
Black and white wood engravings in a complete issue of Harper's Weekly of September 29 1888; sheet size approximately 11 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches. Binding holes in margins not affecting images, soft crease, A single page view of politics at work in a Rocky Mountain saloon; a single-page of Fever-Striken Jacksonville with views of St. Luke's and Sand Hills Hospitals; powerful pro-labor, anti-immigration (everything remains the same) front page illustration by W.A. Rogers with captions "American Labor pays War Taxes on all these articles for the sole Benefit of Trust, Monopoly & Co" (under illustration of household and work materials) and "Imported Duty Free, by Trust, Monopoly & Co. to compete with American Labor" under illustration of a foreign worker coming down a gangplank. Item #41243