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Special Collections


Prints


This collection consists of 18th and 19th-century engraved and lithographic prints depicting American and European historical events, rural and urban landscapes, landmarks and prominent persons as well as allegorical, satirical and genre scenes. The collection contains illustrations derived from period publications, those issued as affordable art works by period printers (often reproduced from an original painting or sketch), and those issued as commemoratives or decorative certificates.

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Historical Events
Certificates and Commemorative Prints
Places and Landmarks
Genre Scenes
Religious and Allegorical Scenes
Satirical Scenes
Persons

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Historical Events "Inondation de Lyon 9 Bre 1840!.." V. Adams, artist. black white 12" x 17 3/4"

"Execution of the Thirty-eight Sioux Indians/at Mankato Minnesota December 26, 1862." Hayes Lith. Co., Buffalo, NY. colored print/16 1/4" x 21 1/4".

"Mirabeau Arrive aux Champs Elisee's" engraving by J.M. Moreau, n.d. B&W engraving, 16"x18."

"Washington/(Crossing the Delaware)" published by Humphrey Phelps, NY. colored print/14" x 17"

"Harrison's Victory at Tippecanoe/Nov. 7th 1811." designed by Wm. M. Huddy; on stone by A. Newsam; P.S. Duval Lith., Philadelphia. colored print/19 1/2" x 23 1/4"

"Last Moments of Maximilian of Mexico." Laurens, Jean Paul. black & white/11 1/2" x 15"

"Battle of New Orleans/and death of Major General Packenham/on the 8th of January 1815." West, del.; J. Yeager, sc. black & white/18" x 22 3/4"

"The Phoenix and the Rose engaged by the Enemy's fire ships & galleys on the 16th Augt. 1776/Engraved from the original picture by D. Serres, from a sketch of Sr. James Wallace's." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1864. Lith. by G. Hayward, 171 Pearl St., N.Y. colored print/8 1/2" x 7"

"Penns Treaty, after the original by Benjamin West, in the National Museum of Philadelphia." published by J. Hoover, Phila. colored print/24 1/2" x 30"

"A Correct view of the Battle near the City of New Orleans, on the/eighth of January 1815..." Francisco Scacki. black & white/21 1/4" x 28 3/4"

"Flags of American Liberty/1732 - 1932." United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission, Washington, D.C. C.S. Hammond, & co., NY, 1931. colored print/22" x 30".

"1776, Centennial International Exhibition, 1876." published & printed by H. Schile, NY. black & white/24" x 30"

"The Assassination of President Lincoln,/at Ford's Theatre..." Currier & Ives, 1865. black & white lithograph/18" x 13 1/2"

"Death of President Lincoln at Washington, D.C. April 15th 1865. The Nation's Martyr" black and white lithograph. Ins. Pub'd by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. N.Y. 12"x15"

"United States Senate Chamber" Engraving by T. Doney. Designed by A. Whitehorne, NA Depicts US Senators and Congressmen (including Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams) from antebellum period. Publisher unknown. 29" x 37"





Certificates and Commemorative Prints
[certificate.] "Order of the United American Mechanics." Mortimer, Samuel M., Pottsville, 1853 Aug 30. published by Bro. Wm. Patton, Phila. colored print/13" x 17". .

"Military Register/Company D,/93d Regiment/Penn'a. Vet. Vol. Infantry./organized at Lebanon, Pa., Sept. 18, 1861/mustered into the/United States Service/at Lebanon, Pa., October 12,1861./re-enlisted as veterans, Jan. 1, 1864." lithographed by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. colored print/18" x 22 1/2"

[U.S. emblem.] Shreeves, artist. pencil sketch. black & white/9 1/2" x 12"

"1776, Centennial International Exhibition, 1876." published & printed by H. Schile, NY. black & white/24" x 30". .

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, Nov 19, 1863. printed by J.R. Rosen, Boston. ca. 1913 or 1963. Framed.

[Resolution on the death of Thaddeus K. Duffee. 1857 Jan 9.] "Florence Library Association." "Designed and executed with a pen by W. Jones. 174 Pine St. ab. lith." black & white/15 1/4" x 18 1/2"

[Coat of arms.] von Steuben, 1605 & 1915. "copies from the originals by Mina L. von Steuben, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, March, Nineteen Hundred Fifteen." colored print/12" x 16 1/2" (w/out backing.)

"Centennial Memorial of American Independence." American Bank Note Company, NY. 1873. black & white/23" x 31".

[Certificate.] Samuel R. Fisher member of congregation at Boems Church. 1862 May 27. signed by the Rev. George Week. I.R. Smith, del. P. Maverick, sc. black & white/11 1/4" x 9 1/4"

"Military Register." Company H, 48th Regiment, Pottsville, PA. Lithograph by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. Geo. M. Lanckton, Washington, publisher. black & white/22 1/2" x 18"

[certificate.] "The Soldier's Monument Park Association." Pottsville, PA. A.H. Halberstadt, M.D., 25 shares of stock. black & white/16 3/4" x 22" . (32/11).

Colored Lithograph- Family Register, Blank publ by Currier and Ives, 1852

Colored Lithograph [Family register] William Williams Family , Berks County PA, Family Register publ. by N. Currier, 1846. Geschrieben von by G. Schmid.

Colored Lithograph [Family register] Henry Mohr Family, Family Register publ .by Currier and Ives. ca.1855.

Certificate of Marriage and Birth, Peter and Sophia (Freind) Snyder Family, Lehigh County. publ. by H.A. Werz, Pottsville. 9"x 14".

Colored lithograph- Mourning , "Memory of J. Peter Rank , died June 26, 1851" published by N. Currier, New York.

Colored lithograph- Mourning, "Memory of Louisa Sprang, died Sept 19, 1832." publ by D.W. Kellogg, Hartford, CT

Colored lithograph-Mourning, Blank Certificate for Civil War soldier KIA, publ by Currier and Ives, 1865.

Colored lithograph, Death of George Shifler in Kensington .publ by William Smith , Philadelphia. 1844.

Marriage Certificate. Lucius Manbeck, Ringtown, Penna and Lucy Reich, Ringtown, dated 26 July 1868. Colorized Lithograph. Ins. Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. New York 14"x11"

"Johnson's New Chart of/National Emblems." NY: A.J. Johnson, 1868. colored print.

"United States Military Record/Company B, 128th Reg't Pa. vols./organized Aug 5th, 1862 at Reading/mustered into U.s. Service/at Harrisburgh, PA. Aug. 14th, 1862./by Capt. T.H. Norton, U.S.A." Lith. of Schroeder & Sanders, Baltimore. colored print/24" x 19"

Freedman's Bureau? Poster "Liberty" with Emancipation Proclamation, 15th Amendment and portraits of Lincoln,Grant, O.O. Howard and H.R. Revels, first black U.S. Senator. color lithograph, ca. 1866-1868, 27"x36"

"The Fifteenth Amendment. Celebrated May 19th, 1870" Published by Thomas Kelly, New York. Original designed by James C. Beard, approx 24" x 30"


Places and Landmarks [Cover page.] "An Illustrated Atlas geographical Statistical and Historical of the United States and the Adjacent countries, by T.G. Bradford." Archer, Jas. (engraver). colored /16 1/4" x 13"


Northeastern United States
"Tree of Liberty." Phelps, Ensigns & Thayer, NY, publisher. colored print/22 3/4" x 31"

[Kings Chapel, Boston.] L.E. Faber (artist). H.L. Everett (publisher). black & white/ 13 1/4" x 18 1/8"

[Benjamin Franklin's birthplace - Mill St., Boston, MA.] pen & ink sketch/initialed "J.B.K." 12" x 9" (without mat).

"The Birthplace of John Greenleaf Whittier." Rost, Ernest C. (artist). black & white/8 3/4" x 16 1/4"

"The Home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow." Rost, Ernest C. (artist). black & white/8 3/4" x 16"

Pennsgrove Academy/Capt. S.M. Denny home/Bethel M.P. Church. black & white/17 1/4" x 14 1/4"

[Surf at Atlantic City.] painting by N. Roswell Gifford. 11" x 25"

"Source of the Passaic Falls." engraved by J. Archer. black & white/8 3/4" x 11"


New York
[Trinity Church, NY.] L.E. Faber (artist). H.L. Everett (publisher). black & white/13" x 18 1/4"

[Niagara Falls.] initialed "S.H.P.H." black & white pencil sketch/13 3/4" x 18 1/2"

"Public Room at the 5th Ward Museum Hotel/Cor. West Broadway & Franklin St. 1864." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1864. Lith of Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway, N.Y. colored print/7 1/4" x 9". (32/ 4).

"Central Park, N.Y./Feeding the Swans." H. Schile, 36 Division St., N.Y. color print w/black border & gold lettering/29 1/2" x 23 1/2"

[Broadway, West Side, 1858, Battery to Fulton St.] black & white/24 1/2" x 28"

"View of the Brevoort Estate and vicinity, between 54 & 55 Sts. near 1st Ave." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1866. The Major & Knapp, Eng. Mfg. & Lith. Co., 71 Broadway, N.Y. colored print/8 3/4" x 7 1/4"

"The Old Landmarks of N.Y. Spuyten Duyvel Creek." colored print/ 8 3/4" x 7"

"Central Park/The Terrace." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1864. C. Vaux, Arch: J.W. Mould, Asst. colored print/14 1/2" x 7 1/4".

"Albany." drawn by J.R. Smith. C.A. & Co. Sc., Lancaster. black & white/8 1/2" x 11"

"The Falls of the Sawkill." painted by W.J. Bennet. engraved by A.B. Durand for the New York Mirror. printed by Illman & Pilbrow. black & white/7 1/2" x 11"

"Albany from Van-Unsselaen Island." C. Wall, del. J. Archer, sc. black & white/8 1/4" x 11"

"Kosciusko's Monument, West Point." "Practical Perspective./Baltimore:/Published by Fielding Lucas, Jr." colored/ 10" x 13 1/2"

"The Audubon Estate on the Banks of the Hudson. Foot of 156th St. at Carmansville." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1865. Lith. of Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway, N.Y. coloredprint/8 3/4" x 7"

"Soldier's Depot, Hospital (4th floor)." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1864. Lith of Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway, N.Y. colored print/7" x 8 3/4"

"The Old Landmarks/View of Kingsbridge Road Near Dykemans Farm." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1866. The Major & Knapp, Eng. Mfg. & Lith. Co., 71 Broadway, N.Y. colored/8 3/4" x 6 3/4"

"The Old landmarks of Manhattan Island/Harlem-Lane from Central Park to Manhattanville." for D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1865. Lith. of Major & Knapp, NY. colored print/7" x 9 1/4" (w/out backing). (32/ 11).

"The original cottage & later residence of the Jones Family, foot of 82d St. East River." For D.T. Valentine's Manual, 1866. The Major & Knapp, Eng. Mfg. & Lith. Co., 71 Broadway, N.Y. colored print/8 3/4" x 7"

"Lake George." painted by T. Cole. engraved & printed by Fenner Sears & Co. published 1831 Feb 15 by L.T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall, London. black & white/7 3/4" x 10 1/2"


Pennsylvania
"South View of Allentown." black & white/15 1/2" x 20".

"Armory 1st Regiment, N.G. Penna." black & white/14" x 15 3/4"

"Bethlehem - Pennsylvania." T. Birch, pinx. Strickland, sc. black & white/15 3/8" x 21". (32/10).

"South West View of Bethlehem, Penna." "G. Grundewald on Stone." printed by Childs & Inman. black & white/21" x 15 1/2". (35/6).

"Bath near Bristol, Pennsylvania." W. Birch, del. black & white/6 1/2" x 4 1/2"

"Devon in Pennsylvania, the seat of Mr. Dallas." "Painted by T. Birch, Engraved & Published by W. Birth Springland near Bristol, Pennsylvania." black & white/7" x 10"

[Ephrata, P.A.] c. 1879. 5 pencil sketches/...Brothers & Sisters House...Sisterhous... Leriedsams House (?)/Conrad Beisel's House. [no title] by C. Peart?

"View of Harrisburg." black & white/19" x 26". 32/10).

"A Southwest view of Lancaster in Pennsylvania." black & white/17 1/2" x 22 1/2". (32/10).

"General view of the village of Lebanon, PA..." Aug 1887. From original sketch by B.B. Lehman, 1840. black & white/11" x 16 1/2". Verso: "Napkin rings, and combination napkin rings." black & white. (32/10).

"Mountville,/Lancaster Co.,/Pennsylvania./1894." drawn by T.M. Fowler. published by T.M. Fowler & James B. Moyer. black & white/16" x 20". (32/10.)

"Residence and Mill Property of M.H. Moore, West Hempfield Township, Lancaster Co., PA." black and white lithograph/10"x13"

"Residence of the late John R. McGovern, Manheim Township, Lancaster County, PA" black and white copy of T. Fowler print? 6x8"

"Residence of the late Patrick McEvoy, Manheim Township, Lancaster County, PA" black and white copy of T. Fowler print? 6x8"

"View of the Ohio River/at the Pa. & Ohio State Line." colored print/ 9 1/2" x 12"

"Oil City, Venango Co. Pa." from Nature by J. Stauffer, 1864 Oct 5. McGuigan, Jas., Lith. black & white/12 1/4" x 20". (32/9).

"Orphans' Farm School of the Ev. Lutheran Church/Zelienople, Butler Co. PA." "on stone by T.F. Lehmann." A. Krebs & Bro. Lith., Pittsburgh. signed "Mrs. Dr. H.H. Muhlenberg with fraternal regards of W.A. Papasant." 24 1/2" x 18"

"View of the Dam and Water Works at Fairmount, Philadelphia." Birch, T. (drawn by). Campbell, R. (engraved by). black & white/12" x 17"

"Girard College/(Philadelphia)." Philadelphia: Fisher & Brother. black & white/14" x 171/4"

"The New Masonic Hall./Philadelphia." Tholey, artist. Sloan & Steward, architects; S.K. Hoxie, builder. J.G. Simpson, Phila., publisher. Lith. of Friend & Aub, Phila. black & white/21 1/4" x 29"

"Scattergood Boarding Mansions." and "Brown's Mill." black & white/13" x 23 1/4"

"View of the Water Gap and Columbia Glass Works - River Delaware." T. Birch, pinx. Strickland, sc. black & white/15 1/2" x 21"

"The New Theatre in Chestnut Street Philadelphia." built 1822. taken down 1856. published by Wm. Birch, 1823. black & white/12 1/2" x 10 3/4"

"Girard College/(Philadelphia)/1862." "Ledger Carriers Annual Greeting." black & white/12" x 17 1/2"

"A South East View of Christ's Church, Philada./1787." line engraving, ca.1790. made for Columbian Magazine, ca. 1840. black & white/9" x 11 1/2"

"Orphans' Home, Germantown, PA." H. Sebald, artist. H.G. Leisinring, Pr., 237 -239 Dock St., Phila. black & white/19 1/2" x 24"

"Fairmount Waterworks/from the Basin." Geo. Lehman, Fecit. C.G. Childs + R.H. Hobson, 1829 (Pub./Philadelphia). black & white/13" x 10 1/4"

"The New Masonic Hall,/Philadelphia." Tholey, artist. Sloan & Steward, architects; S.K. Hoxie, builder. printed by D. Chillas; published by J.G. Simpson, Philadelphia. 27" x 20 1/2"

"Residence of the late Anthony Benezet no. 115 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Drawn from the/original for Roberts Vaux by William Strickland Archt. March 4th 1818." black white/7" x 10 1/2"

"Philadelphia Bank in Fourth Street Philadelphia/Built 1809. Taken down 1837." black white sketch/9 1/4" x 11 1/2"

"Mendenhall Ferry, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania./opposite Laurel Hill./drawn engraved and published by W. Birch, Springfield near Bristol Pennsylvania." black & white/8 1/4" x 10"

"Independence Hall./Philadelphia." Philadelphia: Wm. Smith. black & white/13 1/2" x 21"

"Pottsville, PA." "1863 Sep 5." black & white sketch/11" x 6 3/4".

"Monument to Henry Clay,/America's Illustrious Statesman,/erected by the citizens of Schuylkill Co., at Pottsville, Penna." sculptured at the Iron Works of Robert Wood by H. Waschi, Phila.; on stone by Traubel. Wagner & McGuigans Lith. & Steam Press, Phila. colored print/27 1/4" x 22 1/4. .

"Pottsville, PA./1873." Bailey, H.H. (drawn by). Strobridge & Co. Lith., Cin. O. colored print/21" x 25 3/4" (w/out backing).

"View of Pottsville,/(from Lawton's Hill.)" Benade, J.A. (drawn by). T. Sinclair, Lith. Pottsville: B. Bannan. black & white/24 3/4" x 18 1/2".

"Clay Monument,/Pottsville,/Schuylkill County, PA." on stone by J. Queen. P.s. Duval & Co. Lith., Phila. black & white/16 1/2" x 11 1/4".


Southeastern United States
"Barratt's Chapel, Kent County, Delaware." A.T. Scott, drawing; black and white/7 1/2" x 4 1/8"

(21) "Illustrated Album of Washington City and Vicinity." ca. 1860s(?). Lith. & Print by E. Sachse & Co., Baltimore. black & white printe/24" x 18".

"Design of the Washington National Monument." Design by Robert Mills, architect. Lithograph by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. ca. 1846. black & white/24 1/2" x 17".

"Mill's colossal equestrian statue of General Andrew Jackson..." T. Sinclair, lithograph. Casimir Bohn, Washington, D.C. colored print/22" x 18".


"Ex-Confederate Soldiers Home./Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A." photo - lith. Joseph Laing, NY. J.W. Marshall & J.W. Walter, architects. black & white/22 1/4" x 28"

"Sunset View of Fort Sumter before the Bombardment." H. Fenn Oxel, artist. N. Orr Co., publisher. black & white/8 1/2" x 6" (w/out backing).

"Camp Seminary, VA/1st Regiment New Jersey Vol./Col. A.T.A. Torbert." L.N. Rosenthal (Lith./Phila.) c. 1862. color/15 1/4" x 11" [Civil War].

"Camp Knox,/11th Regt. Me. Vols. - John C. Caldwell, Colonel." L.N. Rosenthal (Lith.), 1861. colored print/10 3/4" x 15 1/4".

"Camp Bates, 3d. N.Y. Vol. Cavalry." Combe, Del. Lith of Sarony, Major & Knapp, N.Y. black & white/23 3/4" x 17 3/4"

"Camp Chase, Va. 11th Regt. N.H. Vols./Col. Walter Harrinan, Comm." L.N. Rosenthal, artist. 1862. colored print/11" x 15" [Civil War]

"Fort Alexander, 18th Regt. Me. Vols./Col. Daniel Chaplin." Rosenthal, L.N., artist. 1862. colored print/11" x 15" [Civil War] . (32/10).


Western United States
"Louisville Mail Company Steamboat Jacob Strader." 1854. black & white/9 3/4" x 5 1/2"

[Native American encampment.] A. Bierstadt, artist. 1860. black & white/4 1/2" x 6 2/4" (w/out backing).

[Major buildings of David City, Nebraska.] City National Bank, Central Nebraska National Bank, The Hotel Perkins, City Water Works, David City High School. verso: map of David City. black & white/26 3/4" x 22" (2 copies).


Europe
"A Perspective View of Mount Grace, in York Shire." "Engraved for the Universal Magazine, T. Hinton, at the Kings Arms, in Newgate Street." black & white/11 3/4" x 8"

"The Naumachia in Hyde Park, in Celebration of the Peace of 1814." black & white/ 9" x 5 3/4"

[Christ Church, Shrewsburg.] Shar, Rob. (artist). H.L. Everett (publisher). black & white/11" x 16 3/4"

[View of city.] Keyes-Woodbury, artist. Geo. S. Harris & Sons, 1895. colored print, 26 1/2" x 17"

"Der Lustgarten in Berlin" Berlin: E.H. Schroeder. colored print/10 1/2" x 13 1/8"

"Gezigt van het Haringuliet,/naar de Engelse kerken, der stad Rotterdam." [A view of the Harringuliet, towards the English church, in the city of Rotterdam.] L. Brasser, fecit., 1762. black & white/21" x 14 1/2"

"Chateau de Versailles." Pierre Denis martin (painted by). J. Huguenet (engraver). black & white/13 1/2" x 13 1/4"

"Lagrange./(South Western View)." Fisher (artist). de Villain (Lith.). black & white/10 1/4" x 15"

"Petite vue de Flanders." Teniers (painter). Le bas, J.b. (sculptor). black & white/ 14 1/2" x 11 1/4"

"Ansicht von Schleswig." 1826. A. Hober, artist. colored print/13 1/4" x 16 1/2"

"Vue d'un lavoir et du couvent de grotta ferrata/pres de Rome." Lith. by Engelmann. black & white/14 3/4" x 17 1/4" (w/out backing).



Genre Scenes The Connoisseur." Boldini, G. (painter). Richeton, L. (sculptor). New York: D. Appleton & Co. black & white/15" x 10 3/4"

"The First Impulse." designed by F.b. Bensell. engraved by J. R. Rice. black & white/11" x 14"

[Farm Scene.] black & white/11 1/4" x 14"

"Famille Calabrienne des environs de Reggio." Weber, T. (painter). Clement (engraver). black & white/18 3/4" x 15 1/4"

"Blanches Seuses de Tivoli." Pinelly (artist). Trescat (sculptor). black & white/18 3/4" x 15 3/4"

"Landleute aus dem Cayerschen Hochgebirge." Carl Heinzmann, 1834. black & white/ 12 3/4" x 15 3/4"

"Jayne's Expectorant..." engraved by T. Illman & Sons. black & white/6 1/2" x 7" (w/out backing). Verso: water color (incomplete).

[Flowers.] Material with flower design pasted onto backing. colored/14" x 16"

"The Queen of the Hunt." published by F. Silber, Berlin and Fishel Adler & Co., NY. black & white/19" x 25"

[Woman playing Cello.] "Gottfried von Muller, after Domenichino." black & white/17 3/4" x 24 1/2"

"Terror or Fright." H. Singleton, delint. Geo. Townly Stubbs, sculpt. "Engraver to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales." London: G.T. Stubbs. colored print/10 3/4" x 15 1/2"

"Girl with Flowers ('Rosette')." "Johann Friedrich Bause, after Netscher." black & white/ 17 3/4" x 24 1/4"

"In Light of the New World." Selmer Hess, Publisher. black & white sketch/9 1/2" x 7 1/2"

'Woman of Easter Island." W. Hodges, "drawn from Nature." J. Caldwall, eng. No. 25. pub. 1777 Feb 1 Wm. Straham, + Thos. Cadell, London. black & white/9" x 11 1/2"

[Portrait of woman]. l'abarge d'apres Bronzino." black & white/10 1/4" x 14"

"Return from Boarding School." c. 1820 black & white/19" x 14 3/8"

"Woman of St. Christina." W. Hodges, drawing. J. Hal[ ], engraver. No. 37(?). c. 1777. Wm. Strahan, London/pub. black & white/9" x 11 1/2"

"Stand Fair My Pretty Cousin." J. Brown, eng. Kenny Meadow, drawing. black & white/14 3/4" x 19"

"Les Adieux de Calas, asa famille." painted & engraved by D. Chodowiecki. black &white/ 14" x 17 3/4"

"Illustrations of Phrenology." black & white/11" x 15 3/4"

"Carolina Parrot" Plate XXVI from Audubon Birds of America 4 vols. London: 1827-1838 double elephant folio. Reproduction from University of Pittsburgh Library collection 26"x38"

"Ruffed Grouse" Plate XLI from Audubon Birds of America 4 vols. London: 1827-1838 double elephant folio. Reproduction from University of Pittsburgh Library collection 26"x38"



Religious and Allegorical Scenes [Daniels and the Lions.] pencil sketch/11 3/4" x 15"

"View of Temple of Solomon." McGoffin, John (engraved by). "Sample of illustrations in Flint's Illustrated Bible." black & white/11" x 14"

Pictorial Pilgrim's Progress, Engraving by John J. Eberle, Lancaster, PA 1860. 14"x16". [Adam & Eve.] F. Floris, artist. F. Tilotz, del. black & white/15 3/4" x 18"

[Adam & Eve.] black & white/23 3/4" x 19 1/2"

" The Prodigal Son." drawn by C. Carbonnier. printed by C. Hullmandel. London:Rodwell & Martin, 1822 Apr 15. black & white/13 1/2" x 20 1/4"

"The Life and Age of Woman." black and white print/22 1/2" x 18"

"Cupid Sleeping." mezzotint. ca. 1760-80. black & white/9 1/2" x 14 3/4"

"My Child! My Child!" black & white/18" x 23 3/4"

"Neues Affenspiel." by Friedr. Compe, Nurnberg. colored print/15 3/4" x 13 3/4"

"La Reine s'enfuit de la ville de Blois." Rubens (painter). I.M. Nattier, delin. Cornellis Vermeulen, sculp. colored/17 3/4" x 13 1/4"

Parce Somnum Rumpere." Titianus (painter). Raphael Morghen (sculptor). black & white/14" x 12 1/4" (w/out backing).

"Louvre, LA Vierge au Voile, par Raphael" photographic print of Raphael work. 7"x10"



Satirical Scenes [Indian about to scalp a "business man"] pen and ink drawing. c. 1900? initialed "C.V.S."/14 3/8" x 20"

"The Capture of Jeff Davis." [Giles ?], drawing. "Published at 111 Nassau St., N.Y." black & white/16 1/2" x 12 1/2" [Civil War cartoon.]

"Jeffy's Dream." c. 1861. black and white/16' x 10 1/2" [Civil War cartoon.]

"The Last Ditch." black & white/11 1/2" x 11 1/2" (not including mounting). [Civil War cartoon.]

"Tableaux 1st. Tableaux 2d." J. Mayer, Lithog., Boston. black & white/20" x 14" [Civil War cartoon.]

"Thank you, Jeff. Not Any." c.1861, Ohio. black & white/21" x 14 1/4" [Civil War cartoon.]

"Jeff's Last Shift." J.H. Bufford, pub./Boston, Mass. black & white/18" x 13" [Civil War cartoon.]

"Oh, What a Fall Was There!" J. Mayer, Lithog., Boston. black & white/20" x 14" [Civil War cartoon.]

"That Feed Won't Do." Ohio, c. 1860. black & white/20" x 15" [Civil War Cartoon.]

"The End Cometh." J. Mayer, Lithog., Boston. c. 1865. black & white/20" x 14 1/4" [Civil War cartoon.]

"John Bull in a Quandary." Friz, artist. black & white/18 3/4" x 12 1/2" [Civil War cartoon.]

"Our Heroes and Our Flags" copyright 1896 by Southern Lithograph Co. chromolithograph/ 18"x24" features Civil war Confederate leaders.



Persons "Daguerre." Lith by F. Davignon. Dag. by Meade Brothers. black & white/11" x 13 1/2" (w/out backing).

"Col. Blair." recto: "Jeremiah [ ] F[ ]es/1839/ornamental house/ +sign? Painter [ ]/Berks County/Pennsylvania. color paint on cardboard/6" x 7". [Civil War?].

"John Earl of Darnley." original picture by T. Phillips. drawn by J. Wright. engraved by H. Meyer. London: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1816 Jun 18. black & white/16 1/4" x 12 1/2"

" Major General Zachary Taylor" from painting May 15, 1847 by J. Atwood. publ. by J. Atwood (Philadelphia) 1847. B&W engraving, 16"x24."

"Maria Theresia Rom. Imperatrix..." [Portrait of Maria Theresa, Empress of Austria.] "Gemalt von du Greux R.R. und R. Franzosl Maler. In Kupfer gegraben von Jacob Schmutzer R.R., Hof Kupferstecher, 1770." black & white/24 1/2" x 17 3/4"

[officer on horse.] incomplete. hand colored/approx. 22" x 14" [fragile.]

[portrait of J.G. Wille.] Wille, J.G., engraver. "Johann Gottfried von Muller, after Greuze." black & white/24 1/2" x 17 3/4"

"G. Washington." written: "This was done in New York 1790 and is acknowledged by all to be a very strong likeness. B. Goodhue." black & white sketch/13 1/2" x 10 1/2"

Dr. Henr. Melch. Muhlenberg." Lith. & published by Emil Vogel, Baltimore. black & white/16 1/2" x 21 1/2"

"Francis R. Shunk./Late/Governor of Pennsylvania." Williams, Isaac (painted by). Warner, Wm. (mezzotinted by). black & white/15 1/4" x 12" signed on back: "John M. Jones."

"Maria Madelein./1836." colored drawing/16" x 12"

[our great authors.] Sinclair, 1865. colored print/21" x 30 3/4". (32/12).

"From the cradle to the grave./scenes and incidents in the life of Gen. James A. Garfield." Mayer, Merkel & Ottman Lith., NY. J.W. Sheehy, NY, publisher. black & white/19 1/2" x 24 1/4"

"Portrait of Field-Marshal H.H. von Katt." "IV Georg Friederic Schmidt and Friedrich Gottlieb Berger." recto stamp: "Brit./ficsimile/Mus." 17 1/2" x 24"

"The First Div. volunteers encampted at Elencerro, Mexico, under command of Maj. Gen. Robert Patterson." Polhemus N.Y.U. (drawing by); F. Kuhl, Lithog. press, Philadelphia. black & white/ 27 1/2" x 21"

[painting of man.] [ ] Weeks, artist. n.d. 5 1/4 " x 4 1/2"

"Sacred/to the memory of the/illustrious champion of liberty/General George/Washington,/First President of the United States of/America." John L. Donlevy, electrographic engraver. black & white/21" x 25 1/2"

"Tab. VII." Austro-Hungarian and German officers. [World War I?] colored print/14 1/4" x 17"

"Robert Boyle." Woodman, R. (engraver). London: charles Knight. Presented by the Class of 1902. black & white/10" x 13"

"R. Fulton" John C. Yorston, & Co., 1896. black & white/16" x 12"

"E.R. Demme." Eichholz (painter). Bowen, J.T. (printed by). Kuchel, C. (published by). black & white/13 1/4" x 9 3/4"

"Kossuth and his family." Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier. from daguerrotype by Claudet of London (1851 Nov 1). colored print/17 3/4" x 13 1/2"

"Revd. C.R. Demme, D.D./Pastor of St. Michael's and Zion Churches, Philada." from a daguerrotype by W & F Langenheim. P.S. Duval's Lith., Phila. on stone by Albert Newsam. black & white/16 1/2" x 12 3/4"

"Charles Sumner." published by H. Schile, NY. colored print/17 3/4" x 25 1/2"

"Lincoln." Lincoln Art Series. J.P. McCaskey Publisher, Lancaster, PA, 1899. black and white lithograph/ 24"x 36".

"Abraham Lincoln" black and white engraving. 16" x 21".

"Abraham Lincoln, The Nation's Martyr. Assassinated April 14th 1865" black and white lithograph portrait. Ins. New York, Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. 18"x13.5"

[Abraham Lincoln] Rectangular engraving with oval mat. Engraved three-quarter portrait of Lincoln surrounded by various vignettes in corner and word "Union" below portrait. Publisher unknown. 12"x10"

"Leeuwenhoek." "...presented by class of 1902." G. Jones, London. 1813. color/7 3/4" x 10 3/4" (sans mounting).

"Ein Baschkir." H. Reck, artist. black & white sketch/15 3/4" x 20 1/2"

"Sir John F.W. Herschel, Bart." Engraved by D.J. Pound from a photograph by Mayall. 9.5x14"

"Galileo, from a picture by Ramsay in Trinity College, Cambridge." Under the supervision of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge. Engraved by Robert Hart. Published by Charles Knight, London. 8x11.5"

"Sir W. Herschell, from a crayon picture by the late J. Russell..." ." Under the supervision of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge. Engraved by E. Scriven. Published by Charles Knight, London. 8x11.5"

"La Place, from an original picture by Nedeon..." ." Under the supervision of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge. Engraved by J. Posselwhite. Published by Charles Knight, London. 7.5x11."

"Nicolao Copernico, from a picture in the posseion of the Royal Society..." Under the supervision of the Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge. Engraved by E. Scriven. Published by Charles Knight, London. 7x10."

"Sir Isaac Newton...". 7.75x10.75."

"Le General Bonaparte Au Caire" photographic print of J.L. Gerome painting by Goupil & Co. Editeurs, Paris. 10"x13".

"Andrew Johnson" Photographic print of oil painting, from George F. Milton's The Age of Hate, Andrew Johnson and the Radicals. 9"x13"

"Thomas Addis Emmet. MD, LLD, Surgeon to the Women's Hospital, New York." Engraving by Samual Sartain, Philadelphia from a painting by James Archer. 13"x16" with pencil inscription "For Mr. D[avid]. McN[eely] Stauffer- with regards of his friend- Thos. Addis Emmet, MD."


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