DescriptionFrenzeny & Tavernier. Hand-colored Illustration from Harper's Weekly. "United States Signal Service-Watching the Storm." Originally published March 21, 1974. Full leaf tipped onto board and matted for an overall size of 13.5 x 18 inches. Some light edgewear, with stray holographic pencil, one corner torn. Very good. From the American Heritage Publishing Archives.
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