The Sting of the Wasp: Political & Satirical Cartoons from the Truculent Early San Francisco Weekly, with introduction & comments…
Johnson, Kenneth M., ed.

San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1967. One of 450 copies, printed by Saul and Lillian Marks at the Plantin Press, Los Angeles. Twenty full- or double-page reproductions of colored lithographs. A fine copy. With original prospectus laid in. Gray cloth with front cover and spine stamped in gilt. Folio. (Item ID: 11991)

$150.00

The Wasp was an illustrated weekly magazine devoted to social and political satire which was published from 1876 to well after the turn of the twentieth century. It was published by the Korbel brothers, who were born in Czechoslovakia and came to California in the early 1860s. The brothers are of best known for producing champagne, and their winery continues today.

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