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The Great Yellow Fever Scourge. - Incidents Of Its Horrors In The Most Fatal Districts Of The Southern States

 
ID Number: 1981.216 i-xii
Title: The Great Yellow Fever Scourge. - Incidents Of Its Horrors In The Most Fatal Districts Of The Southern States
Title Type: published
Item Status: Permanent Collection     Legal Status: Permanent Collection
Object Name: wood engravings (prints)
illustrations (layout features)
Collection Type: Prints and Printmaking
Artist/Maker: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (publisher) -- More information
Date: 1878 September 28
Process/Technique: wood engraving (process)
Materials: printing ink
paper (fiber product)
Dimensions: 16 x 22 inches
Object Description Sheet from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper showing twelve scenes of people stricken with Yellow Fever in New Orleans, Memphis, and Vicksburg.
Label Text: An Architect and His City: Henry Howard's New Orleans, 1837-1884 2015-11-15
The Great Yellow Fever Scourge...
wood engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
September 28, 1878
1981.216 i-xii
Extent: 1 item
Acq. Credit Line: The Historic New Orleans Collection
Collection Theme(s): Yellow Fever
Epidemics and Diseases
Subjects: Yellow fever -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Yellow fever -- Tennessee -- Memphis.
Yellow fever -- Mississippi -- Vicksburg.
New Orleans (La.)
Memphis (Tenn.)
Vicksburg (Miss.)
Disasters
Condition: Good
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