Thomas Nast Collection 1862-1902 1870-1897


Thomas Nast Collection, 1862-1902, 1870-1897

Thomas Nast Collection 1862-1902 1870-1897

6 original cartoons, 2 incoming letters, tear sheets of Nast cartoons from , and clippings about Nast and his work. Harper's Weekly

2 linear ft.


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