Group portrait showing brevetted Brigadier General Napoleon Bonaparte McLaughlen (seated second from right, with double row of buttons on jacket) and other soldiers in front of tent. An African American man is ... more
Photograph shows group portrait of former prisoners of war and guides taken upon their arrival at Knoxville, Tennessee, on July 1, 1865. Three of the prisoners of war, Capt. Mark M. Bassett of Co. E, 53rd Illin... more
Print shows a reenactment of Abraham Lincoln signing the Emancipation Proclamation on July 22, 1862, painted by Francis B. Carpenter at the White House in 1864. Depicted, from left to right are: Edwin M. Stanto... more
Two Illustrations: one showing head-and-shoulders portrait of Pawnee Killer and his two braves; and the other showing soldiers looking at skeletons filled with arrows.
Print shows President Ulysses S. Grant posed on a horse with his family, one son is seated on a horse and wearing a military uniform, a daughter is seated on a pony, and his wife and two sons are standing on th... more
Two group portraits of men and women of the Japanese embassy on diplomatic mission to the United States. Included in picture is C.E. Delong, U.S. minister at Japan, and his wife.
Photograph shows members of the 43rd Congress of the House of Representatives standing on the steps of the Capitol; names of all 183 members are printed underneath the photograph.
Page of Puck magazine with cartoon showing Chester Arthur kicked out of the New York Custom House, by man holding paper "charges," in front of sign pointing to Washington.
Photographic montage shows Abraham Lincoln surrounded by Admiral David G. Farrugut, General William T. Sherman, General George Henry Thomas, General George Gordon Meade, General Ulysses S. Grant, General Joseph... more
Photograph shows Captain John Wilson of Co. C, 8th Kentucky Infantry Regiment (Union), who was known for being the first Union soldier to plant his regiment's battle flag on the summit of Lookout Mountain durin... more
Photograph shows group portrait of eight women and a baby; Miss Mary Anderson, seated, hand on baby's head, and Miss Laura Graddick, standing, second from right.