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title: 'New-York tribune. (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, May 23, 1912, Page 7, Image 7',
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THEY have exalted the panoply, the
romance, the frenzy, the reckless 1m
pulse, the clamor and the theatncality
of contending hosts. But of the travail, of
the wearving marches, the starvation, the
deprivations, the exposures, the drudgery,
they tell us nothing. The artist and the
poet have turned away from the cruelty
and the brutality of Mars. They do not
portray the hospital, they do not show
the stone-bruised, ragged and mud-stained
Pictures Uke This Will Stop War!
Sueh pictures speak the truth.
Never before has the world been able
io view in a calm, sane mood the ac
curate, precise, authentic records of ?i
War is terrible, war is unneexssary,
war accomplishes nothing that reason
and justice cannot bring to pass.
War is wastefut, it destroys the vir
ility, the strcngth, the youth, thc hope
of peoples. lt calls to its sacrihee the
finest and the staunchest. lt drag
c?#--4#*.. -?_* ?V Faaran) Penmrntag Co.
budding manhood to the altar of hate.
It devastates homes, it widows and
orphans; it is not beautiful, it is sor
did; it starves; it blights.
No human pen has ever depicted,
no brush has ever reproduced war in
its true aspect, in its real colors and in
Of the price that was paid, or the
type of men who paid the price, wc
knew nothing until thc discovcry ot
the Long-Lost and Original
BRADY Civil War Photographs
Brad*A pictuirs will do more to win humamry to the cause of
universal peace than all the oratory that ran fall from the hps of
man Loit for fifty year., the plates at last have heen diacovered,
______?_, undimmed. They beax a mightv m__i-f- to a wait
in. world?a worid anxious for tacts, s world eajrer for a r*?
After you hare aeen them.-unbia_-d, unprejudiced, _rant
m_ full credit and full justice to North and South alikr-after
you hava furned back the pagea of time fifty yeara and walked
rhrough thr treiiches, through the hospitals, ?n the camps,
rou will realiz. what the Civil War meant, what all war meari_
You nw- it to yourseif, you owe it to vour children, to Irt
them aee all this and learn all this.
Nerrr before has a rvewipaper heen able to do its readen a
mort vaJuable service. We hare aecured the rightt in thii ciry
for the famou. Brady photographs, taken on the actual helds of
battle, and lost for many yeirs. Th_?e hiftonc acenes with
full hittory of the great struggle, nrwly written by Prof. Henry
W. Elaon of Ohio Unhrerstty, will be i__ue_ in srxteen tectiona
4?ach complete in ltself, and known as
Civil War Through the Camera
?Section 4 Now Ready
Contains a Complete and Thrilling Narrative of the Seven
Days' Battle Before Richmond
Engagements at Mechanicville. Gaines' MflL The Retre*]t <rf the Federal
Army, The Battle of Malvern Hill, The Battle of Connth
With Original Brady War Photographs:
Generals McDowell ar.d McClellan-Leaders in the
Advance on Richmond.
General. Johnston and Lee?Two Great Generals of
the Confederate Army.
The Batdeneld at Ellcnon'i Mill-Where the Con?
federate Division asaaulted.
Bridgei over the Chickahominy, arrosa which the Union
The Union Army in Retreat after Gainea MuL
A Field Hoapltal at Savage'i Station.
YVhite Oak Swamp, through which McOellan's Army
General J. H. Martindale snd Staff?Heros of Malvern
The "Monitor" at Mah*ern Hilr?Gunboats on the
James aid the Army.
Wrstover Houar?General Fitr John Porte. I Head
Colonel W. W. Averell?The Colonel who Bluffed
Charlei City Court Housa, Virginia? After the Seven
General W. S. Rosecrans- The Man who Kept the
Key in the West.
Generals Van Dornand Price?Confederate Command
ers at Corinth.
Confederate Dead before Battery Robineft, and many
more picture. including
A Color_ Fro_-pie_, Pamto- by J. W. G-_. ?_t__ "r-nklnr tha Enen,-," __y lor r_mi_,
Remember. the ORIGINAL Bradv War Photographs aad Elson's History
of the Civil War Can Be Only Oblained InThis City Through This Paper
Complete in 16 Sections?Each
Section 10c and the Coupon
How To Secure Section 4 of the
Long Lost, Original
All you need to do is to cut out the coupon on page 2 of
to-day's issue and bring or send it to THE TRIBUNE office,
154 Nassau St.. or 1364 Broadway, or 263 West 125th St.. with
TEN CENTS (by MAIL, 14 CENTS) to cover necessary
expenses, sueh as cost of material, handling, clerk hire, etc,
and the portfolio is yours. There are no other conditions what
ever, but as the demand is enormous we cannot guarantee a
copy to late comers. Address maii orders to
The New-York Tribune
Department W., 154 Nassau St, New York
Specify what section is wanted and send coupon with order.
SECTIONS ONE TO FOUR INCLUSIVE
ARE NOW READY.