Robert Adamson, David Octavius Hill..1843 - 1847..Accession no. PGP HA 303 .Medium Calotype print .Size 19.50 x 14.20 cm .Credit Provenance unknown ..For more information please select here ( http://www.nationa... more
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 63; Howard Volume 22; December Term, 1859; Eber B. Ward, Survivor, etc., Owner of the Steamboat Detroit, Appellant, v. Charles Thompson
Man, seated on porch, with family, holding newspaper, and saying, "My boy - we've toiled and taken care of you long enough - now you've got to work!", to an African American man standing in front of the porch, ... more
Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 33, no. 835 (1871 Sept. 30), p. 33. No reference copy may be available. Caption card tracings: La... more
Photograph shows the proclamation issued by President Ulysses S. Grant directing wages not be reduced on account of a reduction in work hours instituted in 1868. Includes a half-length portrait of Grant.
Self-caricature of Thomas Nast sitting on floor and sharpening his pencil as he prepares to take on the issues of his day including the "Solid South."
Print shows Jay Gould, William H. Vanderbilt, Cyrus Field, Russell Sage, and John Roach riding in a carriage past a crowd of laborers labeled "Knights of Labor" and "Pittsburg Free Strikers" who are watching a ... more
Print shows a jousting tournament between an oversized knight riding horse-shaped armor labeled "Monopoly" over a locomotive, with a long plume labeled "Arrogance", and carrying a shield labeled "Corruption of ... 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.
This image has been taken from scan 000003 from "Worthy Workers. A monthly magazine for all, etc. [Edited and partly written by Sarah Sutton.] no. 1. March 1886". The title and subject terms of this image have ... more
Print shows, on the left, many businessmen and women in stocks and pillories for such offenses as serving guests wine on Sunday, "for shaving on Sunday", "for delivering ice on Sunday", "for selling a glass of ... more
Print shows African Americans and Civil War veterans among the crowd that passes a statue of Abraham Lincoln on their way to the Cotton States Exposition visible in the background labeled "Prosperity". In the l... more
Print shows the "Rev. Dr. N. Dorser" sitting at a table writing testimonials about the quality of various products, such as the "magnificent House Cleaning number" of a magazine, and "Before Using" and "After U... more
Illustration shows Yale professor and university president Arthur T. Hadley looking through a huge magnifying glass trained on a laborer labeled "Trust Employee"; however, what Hadley sees through the lense is ... more