New York: North American Review Corporation, 1920. Single quarto issue. Printed self-wrappers; 32pp; illus. Mild toning to text margins, else Near Fine.
Single issue of this journal of conservative opinion and politics, edited and published by the New York railway magnate and Ambassador to the United Kingdom under Harding, George B.M. Harvey. Harvey's Weekly ran from 1919-1921 as a continuation of Harvey's North American Review War Weekly, retaining the same America-first, anti-League of Nations content as its predecessor. Each issue featured a double-page cartoon at the centerfold. This issue's cartoon (unsigned), titled "Mr. Tumulty Watches Mr. Palmer Marching Through Georgia," lampoons the Wilson administration's advocacy of the Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations.