Washington's Headquarters in Newburgh, illustrated on a Japanese napkin, advertising by H.C. Parke, China, Japan and East India Depot. Oriental and Fancy Goods.
New York: 1883. Ephemera. A Centennial Souvenir illustrated napkin featuring a large image of Washington's Headquarters in Newburgh, NY during the Revolutionary War.
Printed Japanese tissue napkin with color floral borders bearing an unusual combination of American history and promotion for a New York based importer of oriental goods, commemorating Washington's farewell address to his troops in March of 1783.
Text and woodcut illustration of Washington's Headquarters in Newburgh, NY are visible within a colorful flowered border with frogs and insects holding fans.
12 x 8 3/4", fold lines, tide mark on lower third. A delicate and unique souvenir. Good. Item #22952