Catalog Record: Presentation of the Suñol's bronze statue of Christopher Columbus, the mall, Central Park, New York, Saturday, May 12, 1894 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Presentation of the Suñol's bronze statue of Christopher Columbus, the mall, Central Park, New York, Saturday, May 12, 1894.

Related Names: Howe, Julia Ward 1819-1910., Le Brun, Napoleon. , Suñol, Jéronimo.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : [s.n.], 1894
Subjects: Columbus, Christopher.
Note: "The mariner's dream" by Julia Ward Howe, on p. 12.
Statue of Columbus by Jéronimo Suñol and pedestal designed by Napoleon Le Brun.
Cover title: The unveiling of the Columbus statue, New-York, May 1894.
"250 copies, privately printed by The De Vinne Press, for Cornelius Vanderbilt and James Grant Wilson."--T.p. verso.
RARE copy is inscribed to Julia Ward Howe by James Grant Wilson, Oct. 1894. Laid in is a holograph manuscript of a page and one-half, containing Mrs. Howe's transcription (from memory) stanzas 1-3; with a 2 page typed narrative of her participation in the ceremonies and her reading of "The Mariner's Dream." An unrelated ALS to Howe from A.K. Sherman of the YMCA, dated Sept. 15, 1893, is laid in.
Physical Description: 30 p., [2] leaf of plates : ill. ; 27 cm.
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