Colored illus. upper third of the page. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 127, Folder 55.
Photograph shows Willie Lincoln (left), who died Feb. 20, 1862, age eleven, and his younger brother Tad (Thomas), posed with their mother's nephew, Lockwood Todd, in Mathew Brady's studio in Washington, D.C. T... More
LOT subdivision subject: Sentimental - Death. Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. Copyright by Jewett & Mischka. Lithograph by the Sage Sons & Co. Lith. Prg. & Mfg. Co. Buffalo, N.Y.
summary: Standing at the graveside from left to right: Mary Andrews (later Mrs. Aldrich), Charles Henry Andrews, Harvey Andrews, Jennie (Mrs. Harvey) Andrews holding daughter Lillian Andrew (later Mrs. Downey... More
Baseball card title devised by Library staff. Issued by: Goodwin & Company. Forms part of: Baseball cards from the Benjamin K. Edwards Collection.
Trade cards from "World's Champions," Second Series (N43), issued in 1888 in a set of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter brand cigarettes. Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia)
Trade cards from "World's Champions," Series 2 (N29), issued in 1888 in a set of 50 cards to promote Allen & Ginter brand cigarettes. Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia)
This image has been taken from scan 000007 from "[Wee Willie Winkie and other child stories. (Reprinted in chief from the “Week's News.”)]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from ta... More
Title from reference print and information in: Wilbur & Orville Wright, pictorial materials: a documentary guide / Arthur G. Renstrom. Washington: Library of Congress, 1982, p. 159. Attributed to Wilbur and/or ... More
Created and "copyright 1899 by The Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati & New York." N.Y. no. 8736. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
Four-frame comic strip. Willie asks Paw the definition of the phrase "generally speaking," and is told that it is a characteristic of women. Maw gets angry and throws a fruit bowl at Paw's head, much to the a... More
Four-frame comic strip. Paw enters the room where Maw is standing, saying that he met a funny man. Maw says she knows, because she can smell it on Paw's breath. Inscribed, lower right: A.C. Hutchison, 39 W. 4... More
Four-frame comic strip. Paw gives Willie an arithmetic lesson by asking him how much money he would have if he had four dollars and Willie gave him another four. But it is Willie who teaches Paw, because his ... More
Cartoon of Theodore Roosevelt leading inaugural parade on rocking horse pulling wagonload of animals "killed by Roosevelt" followed by McKinley in cart holding sign "Roosevelt is just ahead - look at Roosevelt."
Photo shows Willie Richie (born Gerhardt Anthony Steffen) who was the world lightweight boxing champion from 1912 to 1914. In 1914 he sailed to London to face British lightweight champion Freddie Welsh. Also in... More
Photo shows Willie Richie (born Gerhardt Anthony Steffen) who was the world lightweight boxing champion from 1912 to 1914. In 1914 he sailed to London to face British lightweight champion Freddie Welsh. (Source... More
Illus. in: The Photographs of Abraham Lincoln / Frederick Hill Meserve. New York, Privately printed, 1911, p. 52. Title devised by cataloger. Ostendorf, no. 38 Meserve, no. 23 Entire photo published in: Lincoln... More
This illustration entitled, D.C.: "Yes, Willie, There is Just as Much Patriotism as Ever, But With Fewer Sacrifices", by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Evening Star on July 4, 19... More