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The World's Peace Jubilee, Boston, June, 1872.

Author: Samuel Stillman Conant; Thomas Worth
Publisher: [New York : S.S. Conant, 1872]
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Original artwork : English
Database:WorldCat
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Subject: Image of musicians from around the world playing instruments and singing. A group of children watch in the bottom left corner and one man blocks his ears from the music. P.S. Gilmore is seen at center conducting the musicians which include the Scotch band, the Imperial Russian band, the U.S. Marine band, the "greatest living pianist" the "infant prodigies" and many others.
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Genre/Form: Relief prints
Cartoons
Periodical illustrations
Caricatures and cartoons
Material Type: Graphic, Original artwork
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Stillman Conant; Thomas Worth
OCLC Number: 607190762
Notes: At head: Harper's weekly.
Pages 512 and 513 from the June 29, 1872 issue.
Signed at bottom: Thos. Worth.
Description: 1 print : wood engraving ; image and text 37 x 52.5 cm., on sheet 21.5 x 58.5 cm.
Responsibility: (Drawn by Thomas Worth.).

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Subject: Image of musicians from around the world playing instruments and singing. A group of children watch in the bottom left corner and one man blocks his ears from the music. P.S. Gilmore is seen at center conducting the musicians which include the Scotch band, the Imperial Russian band, the U.S. Marine band, the "greatest living pianist" the "infant prodigies" and many others.

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