THIS RECORD HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 53213 The Illustrated London News (July-December 1879). ZULU WAR / KATE GREENAWAY.
THIS RECORD HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 53213 The Illustrated London News (July-December 1879).
THIS RECORD HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 53213 The Illustrated London News (July-December 1879).
THIS RECORD HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 53213 The Illustrated London News (July-December 1879).
THIS RECORD HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 53213 The Illustrated London News (July-December 1879).
THIS RECORD HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 53213 The Illustrated London News (July-December 1879).

THIS RECORD HAS BEEN COMBINED WITH 53213 The Illustrated London News (July-December 1879).

Greenaway, Kate, et al. (illus).
London. George C. Leighton. 1879.
Hard cover volume, 16 x 12 inches; 612 pp; index at front of volume. Tipped-in centerfold illustrations. A number of newspapers have the term "Foreign Postage" printed beside the masthead on the front page. Missing page 92/93. Also, a number of issues have a circular stamp about one inch in diameter identifying US library ownership and a date of acquisition. The half-year volume is tightly bound with contents in good condition, save for damage to a color plate in the Christmas Number ("The Darling's Better") by Miss Edwards and another color plate ("Views on the Rhine") in the August 23 Supplement. In very good condition is the double-page "Christmas at Little Peopleton Manor" by Kate Greenaway and two other single-page color plates. There is also a full-page black and white Greenaway, "The Juvenile Christmas Party," in very good condition, and a full-page black and white F. Bernard illustration of Dickens' "Mr. Pickwick." The six month collection of weekly issues and numerous supplements places great textual and pictorial emphasis on two British military campaigns, the Zulu war in Africa (1879) and the second Anglo-Afghan War in Afghanistan (1878-1880). Greatest emphasis is placed on reportage relating to the Zulu war, with numerous double-page illustrations recording the major battles between the British and the Zulu whose King, Cetewayo, was ultimately forced to surrender. One of the most impressive of these illustrations is the black and white "March to Ulundi," which unfolds to 13 1/4 x 41 inches. Afghan illustrations depict Cabul, Candahar, Afghan military, and various military engagements. Other illustrations include the "new steam-ship Orient," which operated on the UK-Australia route; yacht racing; two pages depicting the premises of the Illustrated London News in London; new machinery featured at the Royal Agricultural Society's International Exhibition; Coursing; Irish Sketches; Sketches of Gypsy Life; Torpedo Warfare; Eddystone Lighthouse; an illustration showing recent inventions which include Edison's telephone; and much more. Item #53185

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