Freer live sex caet in hinidi
If the public finds The Tribute Book a welcome ad- dition to the shelf or the table, if it discovers that the frame is not altogether unworthy of the canvas, if it sees any reason to rejoice that American designers and engravers upon wood, American paper-makers, American printers and binders have been enabled, in the exercise of their several arts and handicrafts, to bestow a fitting dress upon a peculiarly American theme, it will doubtless be glad to know whom to thank. George Jones, once of Vermont, now of New York, one of the proprietors of the New York Times, is the projector and patron of this work.
Without saying that the seventy millions' voluntary outlay will become seventy-one millions, if this enter- prise ends in disaster, we may hint that the responsibility is quite enough for one pair of shoulders, and that, large or small, it has been gallantly borne.
SCENE OF Tn E GREAT CENTRAL FAIR OF j PHILADELPHIA .
Designed- by Engraved by I'aye Hooiistein Richardson .
n\\3\t* /W THE T R I B U T E B K A RECORD OF THE MUNIFICENCE, SELF-SACRIFICE AND PATRIOTISM OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DURING THE WAR FOR THE UNION, Illustrate. To the presidents of the several commissions, to the superintendents of soldiers' homes and asylums, to the treasurers of bounty and defence funds, to all who have afforded aid, the publishers gratefully confess their indebtedness.
iiiiitri Miiiifiii Mf Hiiiimi Kiui Miimni Miii Hiti Hiiiiiiiiiiiminmini MHum i it inn i mi mi n minium t n I Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant OOingood imi , v rs r/,.t, *max JJ! To the corresponding secretaries of the various associations whose labors are here recorded, the thanks of the publishers are due, and are hereby cordially offered.
5 as the present ; nor is it probable that any of their colleagues of the book-producing profession would have cared to t;ike upon themselves a burden, in one sense, so exhausting.
SANITAEY CHAEADE: MET-A-PHYSICIAN 24 CHILDREN'S SOLDIERS' FAIE 25.
COMMITTEE ON ENTERTAINMENT OF STRAN- ) GEES, AT WORK j 42.
VIGNETTE VIGNETTE VIGNETTE VIGNETTE VIGNETTE VIGNETTE VIGNETTE VIGNETTE VIGNETTE SANITARY REAPER A STAGE-COACH CONCERT IN IOWA MINNEHAHA SCENE OF THE SECOND CHICAGO FAIR .
CUTTING WOOD IN THE NORTHWEST FOR j SOLDIERS 1 WIVES j VIGNETTE THE MAGIC LANTERN IN THE HOSPITAL INITIAL LETTER designed by Engraved by Page Fenn .