Illustrations from Harper's Weekly series, American editors, circa 1902.


Illustrations from Harper's Weekly series, American editors, circa 1902.

Illustrations of editors include William Randolph Hearst shown with the New York Journal; Victor Fremont Lawson, editor of the Chicago Daily News; Adolph Simon Ochs shown with literary and financial supplements of the New York Times; Henry Watterson shown with the Louisville Courier Journal; and Michael Harry de Young from the San Francisco Chronicle.

6 items (5 prints of pencil sketches and 1 sheet with title of San Francisco Chronicle) ; 39.5 x 27.5 cm.

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