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Columbia trading with all the world

Columbia trading with all the world

Print shows Columbia as a symbol of the United States engaged in trade with figures representing Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America. Title from item. Purchase; Boston Rare Maps; 2016; (DLC/PP-2016:090).

Letter from George Thompson, Boston, [Massachusetts], to Henry Clarke Wright, 1835 Nov[ember] 5

Letter from George Thompson, Boston, [Massachusetts], to Henry Clarke ...

George Thompson writes to Henry Clarke Wright in regards to a recent letter he received from him and his grattitude and affection for sending it. He writes that all his "views, principles, plans & purposes..hav... More

Letter from Sophia Davenport, St. Louis, [Missouri], to Caroline Weston, [1838] Sept[ember] 25

Letter from Sophia Davenport, St. Louis, [Missouri], to Caroline Westo...

Sophia Davenport writes to Caroline Weston in regards to her position as a governess in the home of the widow of General Ashley. She writes that this family is "one of the most affectionate, warm-hearted famili... More

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1839 Nov[ember] 5

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston ...

William Adam writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to returning Mr. George Thompson's letter concerning the effect on American slavery of the extension of cotton cultivation in India and thanking her for it... More

Letter from George Thompson, Manchester, [England], 1839 Sep[tember] 17

Letter from George Thompson, Manchester, [England], 1839 Sep[tember] 1...

George Thompson writes to unknown in regards to sending a few lines to [William Lloyd] Garrison and two or three publications respecting the new British India which he says will help the American abolition caus... More

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1839 Aug[ust] 23

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Wes...

Philo C. Pettibone writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to approving of Maria's suggestion that the abolitionists pass a resolution expressing sympathy with the movement of English abolitionists to abolish... More

Letter from Wendell Phillips, London, [England], to George Thompson, [1839] July

Letter from Wendell Phillips, London, [England], to George Thompson, [...

Wendell Phillips writes to George Thompson in regards to being unable to go to Glasgow. He speaks of his debt of gratitude to the English abolitionists from their American followers. He is rejoiced to hear of t... More

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1839 Nov[ember] 5

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston ...

William Adam writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to returning Mr. George Thompson's letter concerning the effect on American slavery of the extension of cotton cultivation in India and thanking her for it... More

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1839 Nov[ember] 5

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston ...

William Adam writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to returning Mr. George Thompson's letter concerning the effect on American slavery of the extension of cotton cultivation in India and thanking her for it... More

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1839 Nov[ember] 5

Letter from William Adam, Cambridge, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston ...

William Adam writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to returning Mr. George Thompson's letter concerning the effect on American slavery of the extension of cotton cultivation in India and thanking her for it... More

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1840 Jan[uary] 18

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Wes...

Philo C. Pettibone writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to enclosing the original certificate with the addition of two names I could have processed more..but the brethren thought that independent certifica... More

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1840 Jan[uary] 18

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Wes...

Philo C. Pettibone writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to enclosing the original certificate with the addition of two names I could have processed more..but the brethren thought that independent certifica... More

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1840 Jan[uary] 18

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Wes...

Philo C. Pettibone writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to enclosing the original certificate with the addition of two names I could have processed more..but the brethren thought that independent certifica... More

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1840 Jan[uary] 18

Letter from Philo C. Pettibone, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Maria Wes...

Philo C. Pettibone writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to enclosing the original certificate with the addition of two names I could have processed more..but the brethren thought that independent certifica... More

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Belleville, [New Jersey], to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1840 May

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Belleville, [New Jersey], to Elizabeth...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol regarding England's Opium trade with China and hopes "some providence" will prevent them from going to war with China. She writes about her opinions of Harrie... More

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, [Darlington, England], to Anne Warren Weston, 1841 Dec[ember] 30

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, [Darlington, England], to Anne War...

Elizabeth Pease Nichol writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to finding the numerous withdrawals from pro-slavery churches in America encouraging. The cotton interests are taking alarm at the British India mo... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

George Thompson writes a report of six lectures delivered in Manchester in the year 1834 and reported in local newspapers. In this report, Thompson writes his views on foreign trade between India and Great Brit... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

George Thompson writes a report of six lectures delivered in Manchester in the year 1834 and reported in local newspapers. In this report, Thompson writes his views on foreign trade between India and Great Brit... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

George Thompson writes a report of six lectures delivered in Manchester in the year 1834 and reported in local newspapers. In this report, Thompson writes his views on foreign trade between India and Great Brit... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], 1842 May 21

George Thompson writes a report of six lectures delivered in Manchester in the year 1834 and reported in local newspapers. In this report, Thompson writes his views on foreign trade between India and Great Brit... More

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb, 1843 Feb[ruary] 24

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb,...

George Thompson writes to Richard Davis Webb in regards to a misunderstanding with Lord Clifford for payment of a bill for printing lectures that Webb became involved in. He writes of his journey to India and o... More

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb, 1843 Feb[ruary] 24

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb,...

George Thompson writes to Richard Davis Webb in regards to a misunderstanding with Lord Clifford for payment of a bill for printing lectures that Webb became involved in. He writes of his journey to India and o... More

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb, 1843 Feb[ruary] 24

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb,...

George Thompson writes to Richard Davis Webb in regards to a misunderstanding with Lord Clifford for payment of a bill for printing lectures that Webb became involved in. He writes of his journey to India and o... More

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb, 1843 Feb[ruary] 24

Letter from George Thompson, Calcutta, [India], to Richard Davis Webb,...

George Thompson writes to Richard Davis Webb in regards to a misunderstanding with Lord Clifford for payment of a bill for printing lectures that Webb became involved in. He writes of his journey to India and o... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright, 1845 July 26th

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright...

George Thompson writes to Henry Clarke Wright in regards to his desire to get away from London for a week or two and visit Scotland. He writes that he won't be able to attend the August 1st meeting but will be ... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright, 1846 May 14

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright...

George Thompson writes to Henry Clarke Wright in regards to bringing his wife home from Devonshire and of sending him "some amendments, which I brought forward at the India House yesterday." The London Times ha... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright, 1846 May 14

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright...

George Thompson writes to Henry Clarke Wright in regards to bringing his wife home from Devonshire and of sending him "some amendments, which I brought forward at the India House yesterday." The London Times ha... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright, 1846 May 14

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright...

George Thompson writes to Henry Clarke Wright in regards to bringing his wife home from Devonshire and of sending him "some amendments, which I brought forward at the India House yesterday." The London Times ha... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright, 1846 May 14

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Henry Clarke Wright...

George Thompson writes to Henry Clarke Wright in regards to bringing his wife home from Devonshire and of sending him "some amendments, which I brought forward at the India House yesterday." The London Times ha... More

Ultimatum on the Oregon question

Ultimatum on the Oregon question

In his typically jingoist view of Polk's handling of the Oregon question, the artist Edward Williams Clay belittles the self-interested attitudes of Europe toward the dispute. The issue of whether to settle the... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Richard David Webb, 1847 Nov[ember] 12

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to Richard David Webb,...

George Thompson writes to Richard Davis Webb in regards to giving his opinion on the Dissenters Chapel Bill. Estlin wrote him on the subject and Thompson replied which "has found its way into the Enquirer" and ... More

The great naval blockade of Round Island.  Showing the immense importance of having an efficient "right arm of the national defence"

The great naval blockade of Round Island. Showing the immense importa...

A satire on Taylor administration efforts to curtail American "filibusters," armed expeditions against Cuba for the purpose of freeing the island from Spanish rule. Specific reference here is to the Navy's bloc... More

Letter from J. Livingston, Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 6 1861

Letter from J. Livingston, Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garri...

Livingston writes that there can "be but little doubt" that the "British Aristocracy and Manchester men" are seriously considering intervening in the Civil War on the side of the Confederacy, with France possib... More

Uncle Sam protecting his property against the encroachments of his cousin John

Uncle Sam protecting his property against the encroachments of his cou...

Northern fears of European intervention in the Civil War on behalf of the South are manifest here.Uncle Sam, in the form of a bearded Union soldier (closely resembling Abraham Lincoln), unceremoniously routs Jo... More

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phila[delphia, Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec[ember] 19th [1861]

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phila[delphia, Pa.], to William Lloyd ...

James Miller M'Kim writes Richard D. Webb declaring that were one to judge solely by the tone of the English press, war between the Union and England appears to be "inevitable". M'Kim states that were war to br... More

Ye conference. "Not any we thank you Mr. Davis"

Ye conference. "Not any we thank you Mr. Davis"

Jefferson Davis's diplomatic overtures to France and Great Britain fail in an imaginary scene at court. Davis (right) bows before French ruler Napoleon III, extending toward him a tray of "bonds." Davis holds a... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phila[delphia, Pennsylvania], to Richard Davis Webb, 1862 Feb[ruary] 1

Letter from James Miller M'Kim, Phila[delphia, Pennsylvania], to Richa...

James Miller M'Kim writes to R.D. Webb discussing differences of opinion between abolitionists in the United States and Europe. M'Kim begins by stating friends may differ, "Especially is this the case when an o... More

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Dec[ember] 5

Letter from George Thompson, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garri...

George Thompson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about his work and "lecturing upon the American question" in support of the Union during the American Civil War. He also mentions his work through the London Ema... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from Mary Grew, Phila[delphia], [Pa.], to Helen Eliza Garrison, June 20th, 1862

Letter from Mary Grew, Phila[delphia], [Pa.], to Helen Eliza Garrison,...

Mary Grew writes to Helen Garrison stating her gladness that William Lloyd Garrison "looks so hopefully on the slave's future", and expresses her belief that full abolition will soon be at hand, with the abolit... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 Nov[ember] 27th

Letter from William Robson, Warrington, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

William Robson writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the money he owes for the Liberator, stating Henry C. Wright was to pay for him and then R.D. Webb. He then tells Garrison he will be leaving Warrington per... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

The pending conflict

The pending conflict

One of three similar prints published by Oliver Evans Woods, reflecting grave northern fears of British and French interference on behalf of the Confederacy in the Civil War. (See also "The Pending Conflict" an... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

The pending conflict

The pending conflict

A later, altered version of "The Pending Conflict" (no. 1863-10). Albeit more optimistic from the Northern point of view than its earlier couterpart, this version is equally critical of European abetment of t... More

Political caricature. No. 3, The abolition catastrophe. Or the November smash-up

Political caricature. No. 3, The abolition catastrophe. Or the Novembe...

Lincoln's support of abolition is portrayed here as a liability in his race to the White House against Democratic candidate George B. McClellan. At top a smoothly run train "Union" heads straight for the White... More

Platforms illustrated

Platforms illustrated

The August 1864 Democratic national convention in Chicago is unfavorably compared to the Republican convention in Baltimore in June of the same year. The artist is especially critical of prominent New York Peac... More

The pending contest.  Although all Copperheads call themselves Democrats, nevertheless, all Democrats are not Copperheads

The pending contest. Although all Copperheads call themselves Democra...

A variant of "The Pending Conflict" (no. 1863-10), evidently issued at about the same time (and deposited for copyright on the same date). Significant alterations here include: the "Neutrality" band has been re... More

Dixie's nurse

Dixie's nurse

An illustrated sheet music cover for a comic song, published "for the benefit of the Soldiers Home Fair, Milwaukee, Wis." The cover is adorned with a caricature of an obese Britannia, seated and holding a tride... More

The country around Herat : projected from Major Holditch's map

The country around Herat : projected from Major Holditch's map

Birds-eye view of country around Herat, shewing positions occupied by Russia Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Congress of nations /

Congress of nations /

"A new and sensational film, which deals in a highly up-to-date manner with the international situation. A magician steps upon the stage carrying a hoop covered with white paper. Then in quick succession the fl... More

Enrique C. Creel, Sec. Foreign Relations

Enrique C. Creel, Sec. Foreign Relations

Forms part of: George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Title from unverified data provided by the Bain News Service on the negatives or caption cards. General information about the George Grantha... More

Roosevelt scenes [1917-1918] /

Roosevelt scenes [1917-1918] /

Views of TR at various public functions in support of the war effort: 1) TR stands with Brigadier General Michael J. Lenihan, fellow-officer in the Spanish-American War, and speaks to camera during an informal ... More

SENATE, COMMITTEES. FOREIGN RELATIONS. WARREN G. HARDING; BLURRED; FRANK B. BRANDEGEE; BLURRED; HENRY CABOT LODGE, CHAIRMAN; GILBERT M. HITCHCOCK; CLAUDEA. SWANSON; OTHERS BLURRED

SENATE, COMMITTEES. FOREIGN RELATIONS. WARREN G. HARDING; BLURRED; FRA...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Foreign Relations Com. of Senate, 12124

Foreign Relations Com. of Senate, 12124

Title from unverified data provided by the National Photo Company on the negative or negative sleeve. Gift; Herbert A. French; 1947. General information about the National Photo Company collection is available ... More

[President and Mrs. Coolidge, standing on steps, with their two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes, Frank W. Stearn, and Pierce Butler]

[President and Mrs. Coolidge, standing on steps, with their two sons, ...

National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 2, p. 5, no. 31156.

Coolidge and Dawes

Coolidge and Dawes

Calvin Coolidge and Charles G. Dawes, full-length portraits, standing on steps. National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 2, p. 6, no. 31150.

[Mrs. Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes, half-length portraits, standing]

[Mrs. Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes, half-length portra...

National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 2, p. 6, no. 31187.

Conference on causes and cure for war

Conference on causes and cure for war

President and Mrs. Coolidge, full-length portraits, standing, with group of women. National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 2, p. 39, no. 33973.

[Frank Kellogg defending U.S. action in Nicaragua before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, with chairman of the committee Senator William E. Borah on the left]

[Frank Kellogg defending U.S. action in Nicaragua before the Senate Fo...

National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 1, p. 8.

[Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Frank B. Kellogg, standing, with representatives of the governments who have ratified the Treaty for Renunciation of War (Kellogg-Briand Pact), in the East Room of the White House]

[Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Frank B. Kellogg, standing, with...

National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 3, p. 18, no. 42964.

[Secretary of State Frank Kellogg, in cap and gown, being honored with the Degree of Doctor of Laws, by Georgetown University, standing with three other men]

[Secretary of State Frank Kellogg, in cap and gown, being honored with...

National Photo Company Collection. Item in album: v. 2, p. 14, no. 42148.

Zhong hua guo chi di tu /

Zhong hua guo chi di tu /

Relief shown by hachures. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes tables showing treaties signed by China, and harbors opened for foreign powers. Insets: Ranhui fu ji... More