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Front cover of Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, Number 295, Volume 12


Front cover of the July 13, 1861 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (No. 295, Vol. 12). The cover features an engraving titled "Entrance to the Provost-Marshal's building, Holliday Street, Baltimore, guarded by cannon to prevent the intrusion of the mob—Colonel Kenley acting as Provost-Marshal in place of Marshal Kane, confined in Fort M'Henry, on a charge of treason, by order of Major-Gen. Banks—from a sketch by our special artist."



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Engraver: Frank Leslie


New York: Frank Leslie



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