Harper’s Weekly Woodcuts Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title Harper’s Weekly Woodcuts
Year 1800s-1900s
Size Varies
Images Varies
Type Publications
Number in Set
Unknown

Harper’s Weekly Woodcuts Overview

Harper’s Weekly was a news publication that began in 1857. The newspaper was based in New York and ended operations in 1916.

What are woodcuts? Woodcuts are artist renderings carved into a block of wood. The renderings are then partially covered with ink and used as sort of a stamp to print the image on paper. Here’s Wikipedia’s explanation of the process.

Harper’s Weekly included a variety of woodcut images, some of which included baseball. Here are some that have been documented.

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