August 11, 1888
Drawn by R.F. Zogbaum
Harper's Weekly (A Journal of Civilization) est un magazine hebdomadaire politique américain publié à New York par la maison d'édition Harper & Brothers de 1857 à 1916. Ses centres d'intérêts sont l'actualité étrangère et domestique, la fiction, la publication d'essais sur les sujets les plus divers et l'humour. Pendant la période lors de laquelle son audience et son influence sont les plus larges, Il sert de forum au dessinateur et caricaturiste Thomas Nast.
1861 Hand colored wood engraved rare early view with article from the Illustrated London News, titled "The American Pony Express, En Route from the Missouri River to San Francisco."
1884 Pictures of many different scenes of buffalo hunting.
1878 Image of cowboys tackling a huge herd of cattle.
1884: Cowboy Convention, St. Louis Missouri. This hand colored, wood-engraved print is from the December 6, 1884 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is titled "First National Convention of Cattle-Men at St. Louis." It contains four scenes, each with its own caption: 1) "The Convention in Session;" 2) "Parade of the Mackerel Guards;" 3) "Souvenir Medal Presented by the Citizens to the Delegates;" and 4) School Children Presenting a Drum to the Cow-Boy Band."
1890 Mr. Jones Adventure. This handcolored engraving shows a cowboy shooting a buffalo who is charging him as he ropes a calf.
1887 Zogbaum: Mail on the Western Prairie. Hand colored engraving by R.F. Zogbaum, from the April 23, 1887 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "The Prairie Letterbox."
1887 Image of cowboys racing on the plains. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled, "Sports on the Plains-A Cowboys' Race," drawn by Kirkland from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Image of indians talking to a soldier regarding a skeleton. Elegant full page hand colored engraved image titled, "The Last Token."
1889 Picture of men and their dead horses after a fight. Handsome full page engraved image titled, "The Last Lull in the Fight," drawn by Frederic Remington from Harper's Weekly.
1886 "Painting The Town Red." - Drawn By R.F. Zogbaum. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on October 16, 1886. Scene depicts happy-go-lucky ruffians riding into town on their horses.
December 13, 1890
Harvest hands on their way to the wheat fields of the Northwest- drawn by WA Rogers
Frank Leslie's Illustrated
February 3, 1872
Whisky on the Plains
A party of Indians discovering that a lot of contraband whisky is being destroyed by the authorities, endeavor to save what they can.
1885 "Hands Up"-an incident of travel on the plains. This hand colored double page print shows a family traveling by stage coach being held up by masked bandits. This genuine antique print if from the August, 1885 edition of Harper's Weekly.
1885: Story illustration by artist R. Caton Woodville. This beautiful hand colored engraving is from the cover of the June 1885 edition of Harper's Weekly. The illustration is from the serial "Maruja" and is titled: "The Long Detaching Rings Again Writhed in Mid-Air and Softly Descended as He Thundered Past."
January 27, 1866
Our artists trip on the overland route- Council of war on the plains - four images featuring the Atchison and Pikes Peak Railroad, and the start of the line in Atchison, Kansas.
Illustrated London News
October 29, 1887
Buffalo Hunting in North America - from sketches by P. Frenzeny which reveal
a collage of nine images detailing a Buffalo hunt in detail.
Image of cowboys riding horseback through a plain. Beautiful hand colored engraved image titled, "The Punchers," drawn by Frederic Remington. Shows scene of cowboys riding on horseback.
1879 Images of cowboys in different territories of the United States. Beautifully hand colored engraved images titled, "Sketches in the Territories of the United States," drawn by C.S. Peach from The Graphic
1885 Image of two cowboys leading troops on a hot trail. Beautifully hand colored engraved image titled, "On a Hot Trail," drawn by T. de Thulstrup from Harper's Weekly