Title devised by Library staff. Photograph of etching was possibly a carte de visite before being trimmed to oval shape. Reference copy in BIOG FILE.
Wood engraving after a photograph. Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, v. 6, (1862 March 8), p. 145 (front page). Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Caption card tracings: Pres. I.; Shelf.
The contest for the presidency in 1864 is depicted as a game of bagatelle (a game similar to pool) between Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln and Democrat George B. McClellan. Lincoln (left) holds a cue "Bal... more
Print shows Ulysses S. Grant, half-length portrait, facing slightly left, wearing military uniform; he is surrounded by vignettes of Civil War scenes, showing Union troops in action at top right and a naval bat... more
Ulysses S. Grant, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, leaning against tree by tent. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1864 July 16, p. 449 (cover).
1) Interview with the President, by J. T. Mills. 2) Letter of General Grant to E. B. Washbourne. 3) On the Chicago surrender [poem] by Bayard Taylor.
Title and date from Grant and Lee, the Virginia Campaigns by William Frassanito, New York: Scribner's, 1983. Incorrect information on Library's caption card: Grant at City Point. See also: LC-B8175-2, orig. gl... 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
Photo shows Ulysses S. Grant, full-length portrait, seated in camp, facing slightly right; montage, combining watercolor and photograph. Title from item. Copyright 1865 by Anthony Berger. Exhibited: "150th Anni... more
Title devised by Library staff. Includes print-registration marks and color bar indicating that as many as 14 stones were used. Stamped on lower left: From the file of James F. Queen artist, 1824-1889. (DLC/PP-... more
Photograph shows Frederick Fayette Dent (1787-1873) with his daughter Julia Dent Grant, President Ulysses S. Grant and their children Jesse and Nellie. (Source: researcher M. Higgins, 2018) Title from informati... more
Print shows Ulysses S. Grant, half-length portrait, facing slightly right, standing with right hand resting on desk, and the U.S. Capitol in the upper left background. Includes facsimile signature.
Print showing Ulysses S. Grant, bust portrait, facing front, wearing military uniform, with scenes of battles from the U.S. Civil War, including the surrender of Vicksburg and the surrender at Appomattox. 737 U... more
On horseback: Major General Daniel E. Sickles, Major General John Pope, Major General George H. Thomas, General Ulysses S. Grant, Brevet Major General John M. Schofield, Major General Philip H. Sheridan, and Br... more
Photograph shows Gen. Samuel W. Crawford, Gen. Andrew Porter, Gov. John W. Geary, and Gen. Ulysses S. Grant outside the orphanage and flanked by girls on the left and boys on the right. Title from item. Gift; J... more
Print shows Ulysses S. Grant, bust portrait, facing slightly right, and Schuyler Colfax, bust portrait, facing slightly left, with brief biographies of each, also with text of the Republican Party platform, as ... more
The strongly racist character of the Democratic presidential campaign of 1868 is displayed full-blown in this elaborate attack on Reconstruction and Republican support of Negro rights. Horses with the heads of ... more
Poem in border depicting some events in the life of Ulysses S. Grant, female personification of America and the White House. Lithograph after drawing. Copyright by H. Muhr.
Photograph shows statuette by John Rogers depicting Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton in a grouping. Copyrighted by John Rogers in 1868. Title from item.