Print shows a composite of bust portraits of American generals during the War of 1812, including Henry Dearborn, Winfield Scott, Andrew Jackson, William Henry Harrison, Jacob Brown, and Zebulon Pike. Title from item.
Print shows Winfield Scott, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, holding sword at right side, left hand in coat, wearing military uniform. Winfield Scott was stationed in Buffalo during the invasion of ... More
Print shows Winfield Scott, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, wearing military uniform. Title from item. Inscribed below image: Very truly yours, Winfield Scott.
The satire apparently perceives President Polk's reinstatement of Winfield Scott over Zachary Taylor as commander of U.S. forces in the Mexican War in November 1846 as an attempt to squelch the extreme personal... More
A slightly modified version of "Battle of Cerro Gordo" (no. 1847-2), in all likelihood produced by the same lithographer. The scene is quite similar, except for the inclusion of the later battle (the Battle of ... More
An exultant view of Winfield Scott's second major victory in the Mexican War, at the Battle of Cerro Gordo, where Mexican commander Santa Anna beat an unceremonious retreat. In the mid-April victory Santa Anna'... More
Print shows General Winfield Scott, on a white horse, giving orders to officers in an artillery battery during the bombardment of Vera Cruz. Title from item. Caption continues: The bombardment commenced on the ... More
Once again, Lewis Cass is attacked as a militaristic expansionist. (See "A War President," no. 1848-16.) His support during the 1846 Oregon boundary dispute of the expansionist 54 40' parallel and his War of 1... More
American general Gideon J. Pillow's self-promoting attempts to discredit Mexican War commander Gen. Winfield Scott are ridiculed in this portrayal of Scott puncturing "Polk's Patent" pillow. Pillow's efforts we... More
General, U.S. Army officer, Commander in Chief. Scratched on face of plate: 146. Scratched on back of plate: 325. Hallmark: Rinhart 9. Possibly a copy of DAG no. 224. Facing the light / H. Pfister. Washington :... More
A comic scene ridiculing the Tammany Democrats of New York City. Tammany headquarters, known as the "Wigwam," here erupts in a drunken fracas over the Democratic platform for the presidential race of 1852. The ... More
Winfield Scott's controversial performance as commander in the War of 1812 battle at Lundy's Lane turned to account by the artist in this parody of the general's candidacy in 1852. The battle of Lundy's Lane ag... More
In February 1861 Washington was alarmed by rumors that secessionists planned to seize the city and make it the capital of the Confederacy. The print may have been produced in that context, or during Lincoln's c... More
21275 U.S. Copyright Office. General information about the Popular and Applied Graphic Art print materials is available at: https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.pga Title information compiled by Junior Fellows, 2005-... More
Also shows Abraham Lincoln standing behind General Scott and next to Edwin M. Stanton, inscribed over them: War Department. Signed lower right: A.R. Waud. Title devised. Gift, J.P. Morgan, 1919 (DLC/PP-1919:R1.... More
With a map of the United States showing the free states, border states, cotton states, and territories in different colors. Portrait of Washington in oval, flanked by battle scenes surmounting general text with... More
Full-length portrait shows Winfield Scott in full uniform, riding a horse and waving his hat. After serving as general in chief of the U.S. Army at the start of the Civil War, Scott ended his long military care... More
Title devised by Library staff. Addressed to Mr. Joshua Spering, No. 142-1/2 South Forth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; postmarked Archbald, Pa.; bears 3 cent stamp. Deposit; Tom Liljenquist; 2018; (D074) pp/liljmem
Title devised by Library staff. Addressed to David Weir, 33 Gansevoort Stre[et], New York C[ity], New York; bears 3 cent stamp; postmarked in Baltimore, Jul. 30[?]. Entered according to act of Congress by Bloom... More
Title devised by Library staff. Addressed to Mr. David F. Gorham, Mount Kisco, N.Y.; bears 3 cent stamp. Gift; Tom Liljenquist; 2012; (DLC/PP-2012:127). pp/liljmem
A form for affirmation of allegiance, with portraits of Washington, Lincoln and the Union Generals surrounding a seal of the United States. Quotations from George Washington and Abraham Lincoln on either side o... More
Reproduction number: A38 (color slide) Army officer and United States president Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885) was at his best in war. Although he was a professional soldier, the United States Army probably was n... More
At the President's house Washington, D. C. President Lincoln and members of his cabinet in council with Lieut. Gen. Scott and prominent officers of the Army.
Handwritten on stereograph verso: statue now in center of Scott Circle. No streets or circle then. Bldgs on right now replaced by M[...] apts. Title devised by library staff.
Stereograph showing the equestrian statue of Winfield Scott in the center of the traffic circle in Scott Circle and the Daniel Webster memorial on the periphery of the circle. The top peaks of several houses ca... More
Part of title from unverified data provided by the National Photo Company on the negatives or negative sleeves. Date from negatives in same range. Gift; Herbert A. French; 1947. General information about the Na... More