The Great Naval Review - The "Dolphin" with the Presidential Party on board finishing the run between the lines. Frank H. SCHELL, HARPER'S WEEKLY.

The Great Naval Review - The "Dolphin" with the Presidential Party on board finishing the run between the lines.

New York: Harper's Weekly, 1887.

Woodcut with hand coloring. 16" x 21.75". Shows some small chips and tears at edges, image unaffected. Verso shows repair at centerfold. In very good condition.

A depiction of a naval review that included the party of Grover Cleveland on board "The Dolphin". Other ships shown here include The Dimitri Donskoi, The Tartar, The Magicienne, The Australia, The Caravels, The Blake, and The Philadelphia.

Issued in the May 6, 1893 edition of Harper's Weekly.

Harper's Weekly was a New York-based illustrated political magazine published from 1857 until 1916. The magazine featured foreign and domestic news, fiction, essays on many subjects, and humor. Its most well-known contributor was Thomas Nast, who made his career doing political cartoons for the publication.

Binding: Unbound
Condition: Very Good
Language: English

Price: $300.00

Item #288861