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Repository/Owner
"The 8th Ohio boys ready to leave Camp Alger for Cuba," 1898 photographic print on stereo card: stereograph; published by J. F. Jarvis, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-94912
Across the Continent: "Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way," lithograph, 1868 drawing by F. F. Palmer; lithograph published by Currier & Ives Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC2-3757
Adams, Henry, head-and-shoulders portrait, 1875 photograph Repository unidentified.
Addams, Jane, head-and-shoulders portrait, 1907 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-95722
African American slaves on the Turnwold Plantation, n.d. photograph Emory University Libraries. Reproduced by permission.
African American woman, Georgia, 1899 or 1900 detail of photographic print (gelatin silver) entitled "African American man and woman, helf-length portrait, standing in barnyard(?)"; in album "Negro Life in Georgia, U.S.A.," compiled and prepared by W. E. B. Du Boisto be exhibited at the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Daniel Murray Collection. LC-USZ62-114268
Aguinaldo, Emilio; see Philippine-American War      
Albuquerque Indian School, New Mexico Territory, class of young boys holding American flags, ca. 1895 photograph; note from site: "one of a small collection of photographs of the Albuquerque Indian School, which was established in 1881 to provide off-reservation industrial training to the Indians of the Southwest." National Archives. Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Dept. of the Interior. ARC Identifier: 292865
Alger, Horatio, Jr., head-and-shoulders portrait, 1852 daguerrotype from the album of the Harvard College Class of 1852; photographer: John Addams Whipple Harvard University Archives. Call # HUD 252.716vt. Reproduced by permission.
American Institute Exhibition, New York, New York, exhibition of ventilating skylights, 1871 illustration in "The American Institute Fair," Manufacturer and Builder, Nov. 1871 Digital image from online collection. Making of America, Cornell University. Reproduced by permission.
American Progress, 1873 chromolithograph by George A. Crofutt, based on the 1872 John Gast painting of the same name Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-668
American troops on ramparts in Manila, Philippines, between 1898 and 1901 photograph (glass negative) by Edward H. Hart; title on original photograph: "Fort of Sn. Antonio Abad" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, in online collection Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing Company, 1880-1920, American Memory, Library of Congress. LC-D401-21488 DLC
Anshutz, Thomas, The Ironworkers Noontime, 1880 oil on canvas, 17 x 24 in. (43.2 x 60.6 cm) The De Young Museum [Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco]. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd.1979.7.4. Reproduced by permission.
"Bandit's Roost," New York, New York, ca. 1890 photograph by Jacob Riis in Riis, How the Other Half Lives, 1890 Digital image from Yale University, American Studies Program, online hypertext How the Other Half Lives. Permission pending.
Bellows, George, New York, 1911 oil on canvas, 42 x 60 in. (106.7 x 152.4 cm) National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon. 1986.72.1. Permission pending.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1910 photograph/postcard National Canal Museum Archives. Reproduced by permission.
Digital image from Forging America: The Story of Bethlehem Steel.
Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah, seated at desk, 28 Feb. 1900 photographic print by Frances Benjamin Johnston Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection. LC-USZ62-61460
Bierstadt, Albert, The Oregon Trail, 1869 oil on canvas, 31 x 49 in. (78.74 x 124.46 cm) Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Oklahoma. Gift of Joseph G. Butler III. 946-0-101. Permission pending.
Bierstadt, Albert, Storm in the Mountains, ca. 1870 oil on canvas, 38 x 60 1/8 in. (96.5 x 152.4 cm) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gift of Martha C. Karolik for the M. and M. Karolik Collection of American Paintings, 1815-1865. 47.1257. Permission pending.
Boarding pass for Chin Shee, for passage on S. S. Siberia from China to San Francisco, 1911 paper document with photograph National Archives, Series: Immigration Arrival Investigation Case Files, 1884 - 1944. ARC Identifier: 595309
Bombardment of San Juan. Porto Rico [12 May 1898], 1898 print; chromolithograph published by Muller, Luchsinger & Co., New York Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-8328 (color film copy transparency)
Bootblacks [see Hine, Lewis Wickes]      
Brooklyn Bridge, during construction, 1881 photograph Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY. Permission pending.
Brooklyn Bridge [Excelsior], 1884 color lithograph entitled Excelsior by Imre & Bolossy Kiralfy, published by Forbes Co., Boston, New York, 1884 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. POS-TH-KIR, no. 21 (C size) <P&P>[P&P]
Brooklyn Bridge, lithograph "Grand birds eye view of the Great East River Suspension Bridge. Connecting the cities of New York & Brooklyn showing also the splendid panorama of the bay and part of New York," 1885 color lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1885 Library of Congress, Geography & Map Division. G3804.N4:2B735A35 1885 .C8
Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Tower, 1898 photographic print, by George P. Hall Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LOT 11937 [item] [P&P] / LC-USZ62-79046
Brooklyn Bridge, entire span, 1900 photographic print, entitled "East River Bridge, New York City," by A. Loeffler, Tompkinsville, N.Y. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LOT 5941-3 [item] [P&P] / LC-USZ62-71126
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 23/24 May 1883 newspaper article Digital images from online collection Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1841-1902. Permission pending.
Bryan, William Jennings, standing near U.S. flag, 3 Oct. 1896 photographic print entitled "William Jennings Bryan, Democratic party presidential candidate, three-quarter length view standing on stage next to American flag"; copyrighted by Copyright by George H. Van Norman, Springfield, Massachusetts Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC2-6259
Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World: Historical Sketches & Programme, 1893 performance program Digital images scanned by the National Humanities Center, courtesy of Dr. Joy Kasson, Dept. of English and American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
"By The Author, [fac-simile of preface of "Red Men's Greeting"; printed on birch bark]," 1896 published in B. O. Flower, "An Interesting Representative of a Vanishing Race," The Arena, July 1896 University of Virginia Library, Electronic Text Center. Permission pending.
Canal construction near Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1863 wood engraving by Henri Lovie entitled The head of the canal, opposite Vicksburg, Miss., now being cut by Command of Gen. Grant; published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 28 March 1863 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-133080
Carnegie, Andrew, age 16 with his younger brother, 1851 photograph Digital image by the National Humanities Center.
Carnegie, Andrew, with his wife Louise Whitfield Carnegie, sister-in-law Estelle (Stella) Whitfield, and daughter Margaret, walking outdoors in winter, New York City, 1911 photograph print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. BIOG FILE - Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919 [item] [P&P] / LC-USZ62-79095
Carnegie, Andrew, half length, facing slightly right, 5 April 1913 (detail) photographic print by Marceau, New York City Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. BIOG FILE - Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919 <item>[P&P] / LC-USZ62-86002
Carnegie (Andrew) residence, New York City, 1903 photograph (glass negative) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. Detroit Publishing Company Photograph Collection LC-D4-16542 <P&P> [P&P]
Centennial Exhibition, illustrations in The Illustrated History of the Centennial Exhibition (Philadelphia), 1876, by James B. McCabe illustrations:
--Central Aisle, Main Exhibition Building
--Corliss engine
--Turbine wheel
--Folding bed
Digital images from online collection Making of America, University of Michigan Library. Permission pending.
Centennial Exhibition, Machinery Hall, wallpaper printing press, Philadelphia, 1876 wood engraving; illustration in Harper's Weekly, 23 Dec. 1876, p. 1041 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. Call No: Illus. in AP2.H32 Case Y [P&P]
Central Pacific Railroad, broadside entitled "Lightning Express!" 1876 full title in repository: "Lighting [sic] Express! . . . through trains daily between Virginia [City, Nevada] and San Francisco via Vallejo [California]" The Bancroft Library, Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material. BANC PIC 1963.002:0942-C. Permission pending.
Champney, James Wells, illustrator [see King, Edward, The Great South]      
Cheyenne Indians attacking a working party on the Union Pacific Railroad, August 4, 1867 wood engraving by Theodore R. Davis; illustration in Harper's Weekly, 7 Sept. 1867 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. Call No: Illus. in AP2.H32 Case Y [P&P]
"Chicago, State Street," 1905 photographic print on stereo card: stereograph; published by Carleton H. Graves, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-101147
Chinese shoemaker, San Francisco (Chinatown), California, between 1895 and 1906 photograph entitled "The Shoemaker," by Arnold Genthe California Historical Society, accessed via The Chinese in California, 1850-1920, in American Memory, Library of Congress. Call No: SF Chinatown: Genthe No. 6: FN 2355
Church, Frederic Edwin, Hooker and Company Journeying through the Wilderness from Plymouth to Hartford in 1636, 1846 oil on canvas, 20 1/4 x 60.37 in. (102.24 x 153.35 cm) Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut. Permission pending.
Civil War soldiers, probably Union occupation troops, in winter quarters, Georgia, ca. 1864 (detail) photograph Georgia Division of Archives and History. Permission pending.
Clemens, Samuel (see Mark Twain)      
Cole, Thomas, View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm—The Oxbow, 1836 oil on canvas, 51 1/2 x 76 in. (130.8 x 193 cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York. Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage. 08.228. Permission pending.
Columbus Encounters the Indians (West Indies, Caribbean) engraving in John Ogilby, America: Being the Latest, and Most Accurate Description of the New World; Containing the Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages Thither  . . . . London: Printed by the Author, 1671 Digital image from the Wisconsin Historical Society, in the online collection American Journeys: Eyewitness Accounts of Early American Exploration and Settlement: A Digital Library and Learning Center. Identifier: AJ-145-0032. Permission pending.
Crane, Stephen, n.d. photograph captioned "The Late Stephen Crane" Digital image from Hypertexts, American Studies, University of Virginia. Permission pending.
Croker, Richard, three-fourths length portrait, 1908 photographic print copyrighted by Theodore C. Marceau Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-78302
The Cruelty of the Savage Iroquois woodcut in vol. 2 of Father Louis Hennepin, A New Discovery of a Vast Country in America, reprinted from the second London Issue of 1698, by Reuben Gold Thwaites, in two volumes, Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1903 Digital image from the Wisconsin Historical Society, in the online collection American Journeys: Eyewitness Accounts of Early American Exploration and Settlement: A Digital Library and Learning Center. Identifier: AJ-124b-0614. Permission pending.
The Curse of California, 1882 drawing by G. Frederick Keller; published in The Wasp, 19 August 1882 The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. PHI-033766. Reproduced by permission.
De Leon, Daniel, n.d. photograph Socialist Labor Party. Digital image reproduced by permission.
Dock improvements along West Street, 1901 print by Edwin J. Meeker; published in Harper's Weekly, 11 May 1901 New York Public Library, Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection Online. 810139. Permission pending.
Does not such a meeting make amends?, 1869 engraving in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 29 May 1869 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-747
Du Bois, W. E. B., portrait, between 1920 and 1930 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Visual Materials from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Records. LC-USZ62-36176
Eakins, Thomas, The Gross Clinic, 1875 oil on canvas, 96 x 78 in. (243.8 x 198.1 cm) Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Permission pending.
Edison, Thomas, in his laboratory, Menlo Park, New Jersey, 1898 eight photographs taken for and published in Theodore Dreiser,  "A Photographic Talk with Edison," Success, February 1898 Digital images provided for the National Humanities Center by Miami University Libraries (Oxford, Ohio), Walter Havighurst Special Collections. The National Humanities Center gratefully acknowledges Miami University Libraries for its cooperation and aid in acquiring the digital images.
Edison, Thomas, in his laboratory, Menlo Park, New Jersey n.d. photographs in The Diary and Sundry Observations of Thomas Alva Edison, ed. Dagobert D. Runes, New York, NY: Philosophical Library, 1948
(1) standing in his chemical laboratory, n.d.
(2) with Charles P. Steinmetz, n.d.
Philosophical Library, New York, New York. Reproduced by permission.
Edison, Thomas [Thomas Edison, Inc.], Dick Croker Leaving Tammany Hall, 1905 three stills from film Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division; in online collection Inventing Entertainment: The Motion Pictures and Sound Recordings of the Edison Companies. Call number: FEB 9404 (ref print) / LC 978 (paper pos).
Ellis Island, New York, men in detention pen on roof, 1902 photograph (photomechanical print: halftone), entitled "Detention pen—on roof of main building, Ellis Island, where emigrants held for deportation may go in fine weather" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-116223
Ellis Island, photographs by Lewis Wickes Hine; see Hine, Lewis Wickes       
Emigrant party on the road to California, engraving, 1850 print: engraving, hand-colored; frontispiece of California: Its Past History; Its Present Position; Its Future Prospects (London: The Proprietors, 1850) Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. LC-DIG-ppmsca-02887
An English country seat and racing stable cost a lot of money—and he knows how to get it, 1901 lithography by John S. Pughe, published in Puck, 23 October 1901 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-7950
Fortune, T. Thomas, portrait, n.d. Photograph in G. F. Richings, Evidences of Progress among Colored People, 1902, p. 30 Digital image from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries, North Carolina Collection, in online collection Documenting the American South. Permission pending.
The forty T----s, [thieves], 1888 pen-and-ink drawing by William Allen Rogers, published in Harper's Weekly, 17 March 1888 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. CAI-Rogers, no. 60 (A size) <P&P>[P&P]
Galena, South Dakota, in the Black Hills, bird's eye view from southwest, 1890 photographic print by John C. H. Graybill Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, John C. H. Graybill Collection. LC-DIG-ppmsc-02574
Gardner, Alexander, official photographer of the Union Pacific Railroad, near his portable darkroom, near Fort Riley, Kansas, 1867 photographic print on stereo card (stereograph), entitled "A rare specimen found on hill above Fort Riley, Kansas" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Brady Civil War Photograph Collection. LC-USZ62-11000
Garfield-Arthur campaign poster, "Our Nation's Choice," Republican Party, 1880 color lithograph, published by Haasis & Lubrecht, New York, 1880, entitled "Our nation's choice: Gen. James Abram Garfield, Republican candidate for President, Gen. Chester A. Arthur, Republican Candidate for Vice-President" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. PGA-Haasis & Lubrecht—Our nation's choice (D size) [P&P]
Garland, Hamlin, head-and shoulders portrait, n.d. drawing Wisconsin Historical Society. Permission pending.
Glackens, William, Chez Mouquin [At Mouquin's], 1905 oil on canvas, 48 3/16 x 36 1/4 in. (121.9 x 99.1 cm) Art Institute of Chicago. Friends of American Art Collection, 1925.295. Permission pending.
The Great West, 1881 hand-colored lithograph published by Gaylord Watson and Tenney & Weaver, New York Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-4085
Harris, Joel Chandler, seated on the porch of his home in Georgia, ca. 1900 photographic print for the World's Work Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZ61-2146
Hine, Lewis Wickes [photographer], bootblacks, 1909, 1910, 1924 photographic prints in album "Street Trades: Child labor portrayed through a variety of trades in the United States"


(1) Boot-black, New Haven, Connecticut, March 1909
(2) Bookblack, Trinity Park, New York City, 25 July 1924
(3) Bootblack, Bowery, New York City, July 1910
(4) Bootblack, Union Square, New York City, July 1910
(5) Bootblack, City Hall Park, New York City, 24 July 1924
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. Photographs from the records of the National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) LOT 7480

(1) v. 1, no. 0610[P&P])

(2) v. 3, no. 4933[P&P]

(3) v. 2, no. 1624[P&P]

(4) v. 2, no. 1630[P&P]

(5) v. 3, no. 4935[P&P]
Hine, Lewis Wickes [photographer], immigrants, Ellis Island, New York, 1905 photographs (gelatin silver print)






(1) Getting tagged for railroad trip by official
(2) Group of Italians at Ellis Island
(3) Bohemian, Ellis Island
(4) Bohemian, Ellis Island (Joys and Sorrows)
(5) Slovak mother and child
(6) Italian family on ferry boat, leaving Ellis Island
(7) Italian family looking for lost luggage
George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, New York. Still Photograph Archive, Ellis Island Series, Gift of the Photo League, New York: ex-collection Lewis Wickes Hine. Permission pending.

(1) 77:0177:0019

(2) 77:0177:0032
(3) 77:0177:0115
(4) 77:0177:0112

(5) 77:0177:0143
(6) 77:0177:0001

(7) 77:0177:0134
Homer, Winslow, The Veteran in a New Field, 1865 oil on canvas, 24 1/8 x 38 1/8 in. (61.3 x 96.9 cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Bequest of Miss Adelaide Milton de Groot (1876-1967), 1967.67.187.131. Permission pending.
Illinois Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women, "Woman's Protest against Woman Suffrage," 1909 letter to the Illinois legislature, April 1909, in To the Voters of the Middle West, Chicago, 1909 Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois. J 325. 64. Reproduced by permission.
Ingersoll, Robert Green, ca. 1880 glass negatives (wet collodion), both entitled "Robert Ingersoll (The Infidel)," between 1865 and 1880

(1) head-and-shoulders
(2) standing
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Brady-Handy Photograph Collection.

(1) LC-BH832-31186 <P&P> [P&P]
(2) LC-BH832-31186A <P&P> [P&P]
Inspecting the dredging on an irrigation channel, San Joaquin Valley, California, 1890 photograph entitled "Working on dredging project, Kings County" Kings County [California] Library, in the San Joaquin Valley Digitization Project; accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: kia0110. Permission pending.
Jewish immigrants, New York City; see Lower East Side        
Jewish woman, New York City, April 1908 detail of photograph (glass negative) entitled "Poor Jews taking home free matzohs, New York" Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, George Grantham Bain Collection. LC-DIG-ggbain-00272
Keller, Arthur I., illustrator [see Wister, Owen, The Virginian]      
King, Edward, The Great South, 1875, illustrations in illustrations by James Wells Champney:
--"A Charleston mansion"
--"A cotton steamer"
--"The Eagle and Phoenix cotton mills—
   Columbus, Georgia"
--Map showing the cotton regions of the
   United States, 1875
--"A Mississippi River steamer arriving at
   Natchezin the night"
--"On the Bay Road, near Mobile,
   Alabama"
--"Scene on a cotton plantation"
--"The Tredegar Iron Works—Richmond,
    Virginia"
Digital images from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries, North Carolina Collection, in online collection Documenting the American South. Reproduced by permission.
The last scene of the last act of the Sioux War, 1891 wood engraving by Henry François Farny; illustration in Harper's Weekly, 14 February 1891, p. 120. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-133431
"Lightning Express!" (see Central Pacific Railroad)      
Locomotive, steam, and railroad cars, at full speed, Syracuse, New York, 10 May 1893 photographic print entitled "The fastest time on record"; site note: "photo'd by A. P. Yates, Syracuse, N.Y., May 10, 1893, when Engine 999 drawing the Empire State Express train, made the record of 112 1/2 miles an hour" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-70302
London, Jack, seated portrait, n.d. photograph (glass negative) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, George Grantham Bain Collection. LC-B2- 117-8[P&P]
Lower East Side, New York, New York, 1902-1915 photographs

(1) "The Ghetto, New York, NY" between 1900 and 1915; glass negative, Detroit Publ. Co.
(2) "Looking northeast from the World Building, over the lower 'east side,' New York City"; photographic print on stereo card : stereograph, Underwood & Underwood
(3) "Jewish life—celebrating the Jewish New Year on the East Side of New York," between 1905 and 1915
Images 4-7 by Lewis W. Hine, in album "Tenement homework"
(4) "9:00 P.M., Feb. 27/12. Making garters (armlets). A Jewish family and neighbors working until late at night," New York, 27 Feb. 1912
(5) "Exterior or tenement in which home-work is going on," New York, November 1912
(6) "Jewish family working on garters in kitchen for tenement home," Nov. 1912, by Lewis W. Hine, in album "Tenement homework"
(7) Tenement hall, "This is the condition in which I found the lower hall at 266 Elizabeth St., N.Y. 3:00 P.M., February 2, 1912. It is a licensed tenement and finishing of clothes was going on in the homes," New York, 1912
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.
(1) LC-D401-71269


(2) LC-USZ62-73694




(3) LC-USZ62-104973




(4) LC-DIG-nclc-04202



(5) LC-DIG-nclc-04272


(6) LC-DIG-nclc-04274



(7) LC-DIG-nclc-04147
Luna Park at night, Coney Island, New York, New York, ca. 1904 (two towers visible) photographic print, by Samuel H. Gottscho Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Gottscho-Schleisner Collection. LOT 12400, p. 007 <P&P>[P&P]
Luna Park, ride, "[Shooting] The 'Chutes,'" Coney Island, New York, 1904 photographic print, originally copyrighted by A. Loeffler, Tompkinsville, New York Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-66520
Luna Park, Coney Island, New York, 1905 photographs (glass negatives):


(1) "Night at Luna Park" (main tower at center)
(2) "The Helter Skelter" (ride)
(3) "Whirl of the Whirl" (ride)
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Detroit Publishing Co. Photograph Collection
(1) LC-D4-18326 <P&P>[P&P]

(2) LC-D4-18330 <P&P>[P&P]
(3) LC-D4-18327 <P&P>[P&P]
Luna Park, Coney Island, New York, panorama, 1907 photographic print, copyright claimant Charles E. Stacy (1907) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. PAN US GEOG - New York no. 192 (E size) [P&P]
Luna Park, Coney Island, New York, photographs in "Amusing the Million," Everybody's Magazine, Sept. 1908 photographs:
--"The cake-walking pony"
--"Frederic Thompson"
--"King, the diving horse"
--"Jeannette St. Leon"
--"The Lasky Quintette"
--"Mrs. Frederic Thompson [née Mabel
   Taliaferro]"
Digital images by the National Humanities Center
Luna Park and Surf Avenue, Coney Island, New York, 1912 photographic print, by Irving Underhill Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-77734
Men jailed after the Mussel Slough gunfight, California, 1880 photograph produced by Souvenir Photo, San Jose; entitled "Mussel Slough settlers" repository note: "portrait of five men who served five months in jail for resisting a federal marshal during the conflict that resulted in the deaths of five settlers and two men who accompanied the marshal" Kings County [California] Library, in the San Joaquin Valley Digitization Project; accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: kia0028. Reproduced by permission.
The Menace of the Hour, cartoon, 1899 illustration by George B. Luks; published in The Verdict, 30 January 1899 Digital image scanned by the National Humanities Center
Mission San Antonio de Padua, Monterey County, California, 1873 drawing by Edward Vischer, 1873 (photograph of) California Historical Society. USC-2000-0011MQ-1; accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: kia0028. Reproduced by permission.
Murphy, Charles, New York City, 1914 photograph entitled "Charles Murphy of Tammany and Commissioner Goodwin" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-118780
Native Americans, studio portraits, ca. 1886-1907 photographs
(1) Unidentified Man, Pueblo tribe, Isleta, New Mexico,1890. Ph (photographer): Charles F. Lummis.
(2) Heebe-tee-tse, Shoshone tribe, probably Colorado, 1899. Ph: Rose & Hopkins.
(3) Unidentified Woman and Child, Eskimo tribe, Alaska, 1906. Ph: Lomen Bros.
(4) Philomen Turning Hawk &
(5) Stands Hard, Omaha or Sioux tribe, may have been taken at the Indian Congress of the Trans-Mississippi and Internatl. Exposition, Omaha, 1898. Ph: Herman Heyn.
(6) Geronimo, Apache tribe, 1898, taken at the Indian Congress of the Trans-Mississippi and Internatl. Exposition, Omaha, 1898. Ph: Adolph F. Muir.
(7) Unidentified Man, Colville tribe, Washington, ca. 1900. Ph: Frank Palmer.
(8) Unidentified Native American student, Hampton Institute, Hampton, Virginia, between 1899 and 1900. Ph: Frances Benjamin Johnston.
(9) Chief Gall, Hunkpapa band, Sioux tribe, Dakota Territory, 1896. Ph: Orlando S. Goff. [Copyright by D. F. Barry. Attributed to O.S. Goff by P&P staff member Jerry Kearns.].
(10) "Billy Bowlegs," Seminole tribe, Florida, 1895. Ph: Arthur P. Lewis.
(11) "Squaw and papoose," Ute tribe, Colorado, 1902. Ph: Samuels & Mays.
(12) Fire Lightning, Dakota tribe, Dakota Territory(?), 1891. Ph: Charles M. Bell.
(13) Unidentified girl, Qahatika tribe, Arizona, 1907. Ph: Edward S. Curtis.
(14) Chief Joseph, Nez Perce tribe, Oklahoma, ca. 1886. Ph: Unidentified.
(15) Lucille, Dakota tribe, Dakota Territory (?), 1907. Ph: Edward S. Curtis.
(16) Unidentified Man, (photo entitled "An Ostoho Cow Boy—Apache"), Apache tribe, 1903. Ph: Edward S. Curtis.
(17) Angeline, daughter of Chief Seattle, Suquamish tribe, Washington, ca. 1895. Ph: Unidentified.
(18) "Spokane Garry," Spokane chief, Washington, 1892. Ph: Sherman Blake.
(19) Jane Silcott, Nez Perce tribe, Idaho, ca. 1898. Ph: Unidentified.

(1) Repository unidentified.


(2) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-102137

(3) Library of Congress, P&P. No LC # given; in LOT 11453-2, No. 7 [P&P]

(4) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-94931
(5) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-94929.c


(6) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-6298



(7) Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Spokane, Washington. L84-327.2177
(8) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-94865


(9) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-117645


(10) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-125031
(11) Library of Congress, P&P LC-USZ62-112564
(12) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-131424
(13) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-83601
(14) Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. L94-7.217
(15) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-112239
(16) Library of Congress, P&P. LC-USZ62-90214

(17) University of Washington Libraries. NA1524

(18) Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. L93-68.10.1
(19) Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. L86-10.43
The New Housekeeping, by Christine Frederick, 1913, illustrations in photographs:
(1) Mrs. Frederick in Her Efficiency Experiment Kitchen, "Applecroft," Greenlawn, L.I.
(2) Time-Savers
(3) Labour-savers
(4) Fuel-Savers
(5) Step-Savers

illustrations/pages:
(6) Table of Contents
(7) Businesslike Equipment for the Home
(8) Diagrams showing badly arranged equipment and proper arrangement of equipment . . .
Cornell University Library, HEARTH: Home Economics Archive: Research, Tradition, History.
New York City, skyline, 1902 (detail) panorama, photographic print (silver printing-out paper) by Irving Underhill Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LOT 12475 no. 20 (OSF) [P&P] (no individual ID number)
The New York County Courthouse (The "Tweed Courthouse"), 1930s photograph Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Historic American Buildings Survey. HABS, NY,31-NEYO,116-
New York's new solar system, 1898 lithograph by Udo J. Keppler; published in Puck, 30 March 1898 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-7879
Next!, 1904 color lithograph by Udo J. Keppler; published in Puck, 7 Sept. 1904 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-435
Night Scene at an American Railway Junction: Lightning Express, Flying Mail, and Owl Trains, "on time," 1876 (detail) Parsons & Atwater; chromolithograph by Currier &Ives, 1876 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC2-3451
Noll, Henry, head-and-shoulders portrait, n.d. photograph National Canal Museum Archives. Permission pending.

Digital image from the online exhibition Forging America: The Story of Bethlehem Steel
Oil Creek Valley, Pennsylvania, 1861 photograph Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Permission pending.
On New Street, 1885 illustration of men outside the New York Stock Exchange, in R. Wheatley, "The New York Stock Exchange," Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Nov. 1885, p. 833 Digital image from online collection Making of America, Cornell University Library. Permission pending.
Our Victorious Fleets in Cuban Waters, 1898 print; lithograph Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZC2-3454
Outside the polling-place, 1896 illustration by Jay Hambridge; published in Century Magazine, November 1896 New York Public Library, Mid-Manhattan Library Picture Collection Online. 801484. Permission pending.
[Independent] People's Party convention, Columbus, Nebraska, 15 July 1890 (detail) photograph (glass plate negative), by Solomon D. Butcher Nebraska State Historical Society, accessed through the online collection Prairie Settlement: Nebraska Photographs and Family Letters, 1862-1912, in American Memory, Library of Congress. RG2608.PH:000000-002184
Philippine-American War: Aguinaldo, Emilio, portrait, standing, ca. 1899 photograph in Fremont Rockett, Our Boys in the Philippines: A Pictorial History of the War (San Francisco: P.F. Rockett, 1899) Digital image in the online exhibition The War of 1898: The Spanish-American War, from the Hispanic Division, Library of Congress.
Philippine-American War: Aguinaldo, Emilio, seated third from right, front, in group of Filipino insurgents, ca. 1900 photograph National Archives, Records of U.S. Regular Army Mobile Units, 1815 - 1950. ARC Identifier: 542446
Philippine-American War: American soldiers with three Filipinos, Pasay, Philippine Islands, 1899 photographic print on stereo card (stereograph), entitled "A welcome to Uncle Sam's protection - three Filipinos entering American lines, Pasay, P.I.," published by Strohmeyer & Wyman, New York Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-90228
Philippine-American War: Filipino prisoners of war, ca. 1899 photographic print; illustration in George C. Dotter, The Philippines Through a Camera (Los Angeles, CA: [Kingsley-Barnes & Neuner Co.], 1899 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LOT 5596 [item] [P&P]
Philippine-American War: Filipinos in prayer before surrender, ca. 1900 photograph entitled "Prayer before the surrender. Philippine insurgents., ca. 1900" National Archives, Records of U.S. Army Overseas Operations and Commands, 1870-1942. ARC Identifier: 542454
Philippine-American War: HIT HIM HARD!, 1899 print, lithograph by Grant E. Hamilton entitled Hit him hard! President McKinley - "Mosquitoes seem to be worse here in the Philippines than they were in Cuba"; published by Sackett & Wilhelms Litho. & Ptg. Co. (New York), 1899; published as cover of Judge, 4 Feb. 1899 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-6317
Pig iron, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1905 photographic prints on stereo cards; stereographs by Keystone View Co.:
(1) "Carrying away and loading the pigs pig iron), blast furnace, Pittsburg, Pa."
(2) "Stock yards showing cords of pig iron, blast furnace, Pittsburg, Pa."
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LOT 12053-2 [item] [P&P]
(1) LC-USZ62-69682 

(2) LC-USZ62-69683
Plowing a field, Kern County, California, 1880s photograph by Carleton E. Watkins, entitled "Lakeside Ranch field" Beale Memorial Library, Bakersfield, California; in the San Joaquin Valley Digitization Project, accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: kew0049. Permission pending.
Plowing on the prairie beyond the Mississippi, 1868 wood engraving, sketched by Theodore R. Davis; illustration in Harper's Weekly, 9 May 1868, p. 292 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-100542
Plunkitt, George Washington, on bootblack stand, New York County Courthouse, New York City, n.d. William L. Riordan, Plunkitt of Tammany Hall, 1905; entitled "Ex-Senator George Washington Plunkitt, on his rostrum, the New York County Court-House bootblack stand" Permission pending.
Pullman Company, main gate to works, Pullman, Illinois, 1893 photograph Newberry Library, Pullman Company Archives. Permission pending.
The Puzzled Citizen, 1909 drawing (India ink over pencil, with scraping out on bristol board) by Luther Daniels Bradley; published in the Chicago Daily News, 3 February 1909; full title: "Before the Trojan horse is admitted the puzzled citizen will have to be shown a little more fully" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Caroline and Erwin Swann Collection of Caricature &Cartoon. SWANN - no. 857 (B size) <P&P>[P&P]
Ragged Dick, by Horatio Alger, Jr., 1868, frontispiece drawing Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library. Permission pending.
Railroad bridge, iron, spanning Valley Road, Stewartstown, York County, Pennsylvania; constructed in 1870 by the Keystone Bridge Co.; photograph ca. 1990 photograph Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Historic American Engineering Record. HAER, PA,67-STEW.V,1-3
Railroad bridge (Leavenworth, Lawrence & Galveston Rail Road) across the Kansas River, Lawrence, Kansas, 1867 (detail) photograph Kansas State Historical Society, Alexander Gardner Collection. Permission pending.
Railroad track, probably torn up by Sherman's troops, Georgia, ca. 1864 photograph Georgia Division of Archives and History. Permission pending.
Ranch and railroad east of Sacramento, ca. 1880 lithograph entitled "A bird's-eye view on the cattle ranch of Daniel McCarty . . . east of Sacramento, Cal[ifornia]" published by Thomas & West, not before 1878 The Bancroft Library. Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material. BANC PIC 1963.002:0483:02-B. Permission pending.
Rauschenbusch, Walter, seated at desk, n.d. photograph Repository unidentified.
Roberts, Charles G. D., "Brooklyn Bridge," poem, 1899 in The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 33, Issue 500 (June 1899), p. 839 Digital image from online collection Making of America, Cornell University Library, also accessible through online collection The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals, American Memory, Library of Congress.
Rockefeller, John D., head-and-shoulders portrait, n.d. photograph Digital image.
Roosevelt, Theodore, standing next to globe, 24 Feb. 1903 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-11867
Roosevelt, Theodore, three-quarter length portrait, seated, 1910 photographic print by Rockwood Photo Co. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-120013
A sachem of the Abenakee Nation rescuing an English officer from the Indians illustration (woodcut) in Bickerstaff's Boston Almanack, Boston, Mein & Fleming, 1768, p. E2 Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. LC-USZ62-45552
Sloan, John, Election Night, 1907 oil on canvas, 26 3/8 x 32¼ in. Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York. 41.33. Permission pending.
"Southern Pacific Railroad connecting with the C.P.R.R. at Goshen," broadside, 1876 (detail) broadside with map and time table on verso, included gratis with newsletter "California News Notes," 5 Sept. 1876 The Bancroft Library. Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material. BANC PIC 1963.002:1822-A. Permission pending.
Southern Pacific Railroad and its connections, 1875 (detail) map produced by G. W. & C. B. Colton Co. Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division. G4301.P3 1875 .G15 RR 567
Southern Pacific Railway depot, Anaheim,California, ca. 1895 (detail of map showing Tulare Lake and environs) photographic print, entitled "Horse-drawn wagons at Anaheim Southern Pacific Railway Depot, Anaheim" Anaheim [CA] Public Library; accessed through the online collection Online Archive of California. Identifier:
http://photo.anaheim.net/images/P3920.jpg. Permission pending.
Stacking hay, San Joaquin Valley ranch, California, between 1883 and 1888 photographic print; albumen; photographer: Carleton E. Watkins; entitled "Buena Vista Farm" showing" men with horses and wagons in a field unloading and stacking alfalfa hay at the Buena Vista Farm, Kern County, California" Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-36803
Standard Oil Company (Indiana), Silver Creek, Missouri, refinery, 1909 panoramic photographic print, silver printing-out paper; photographer: William H. Wiseman Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. PAN US GEOG - Missouri no. 14 (E size) [P&P]
Standard Oil Company, Bakersfield, California, tanks, 1910 panoramic photographic print, gelatin silver. West Coast Art Co. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. PAN US GEOG - California no. 195 (E size) [P&P]
Standard Oil Company, Richmond, California, 1913 panoramic photographic print, gelatin silver. West Coast Art Co. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. PAN US GEOG - California no. 2 (F size) [P&P]
"Stars and Stripes Forever," by John Philip Sousa, sheet music cover, 1898 sheet music published by John Church, Cincinnati, Ohio Duke University, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Historical American Sheet Music Collection, accessed through Historic American Sheet Music, 1850-1920, American Memory, Library of Congress. Music B-367
Statistical Atlas of the United States, based upon the results of the eleventh census [1890], 1898, maps in edited by Henry Gannett, published by the U.S. Government Printed Office
(1) Map showing the position of the center of population, 1790-1890 (Map #4)
(2) Distribution of the population of the United States (two-page map, #20)
Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division G1201.G1 U53 1898
Steffens, Lincoln, portrait, n.d. photograph (glass negative) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, George Grantham Bain Collection. LC-B2- 1141-12[P&P]
Sumner, William Graham, head-and-shoulders portrait, n.d. photograph The Warren J. Samuels Portrait Collection, Duke University. Courtesy of the Dept. of Economics, Duke University.
Tammany Hall—Victory! [New Tammany], 1893 print by Walter Hugh McDougall; souvenir of the inauguration of President Grover Cleveland and Vice President Adlai Stevenson, 1893; title at bottom of print: "New Tammany"    
Tammany Hotel, New York (about to be pulled down), the head-quarters of the Democratic Party, 1863 illustration published in Illustrated London News, 17 Jan. 1863 New York Public Library, Mid-Manhattan Library Picture Collection Online. 809917. Permission pending.
Tammany is great—and Croker gets the profit, 1900 lithograph by Udo J. Keppler, published in Puck, 12 Nov. 1900 (cover) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-7899
A Tammany Tiger: A Melodrama of New York Life, 1896 theatrical poster (lithograph) for melodrama written by Henry Grattan Donnelly Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Theatrical Poster Collection. LC-USZC4-10303
Tammany 'workers' at the polls in Pell Street, New York—the beginning of a free fight, 1889 wood engraving (print) by William Allen Rogers, published in Harper's Weekly, 16 Nov. 1889 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-108119
Tarbell, Ida M., head-and-shoulders portrait, 1905 photomechanical print, halftone Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-68572
Taylor, Frederick Winslow, head-and-shoulders portrait, 1911 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. BIOG FILE – Taylor, F. W. [item] [P&P]
Terrell, Mary Church, half-length portrait, between 1890 and 1900 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Visual Materials from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Records. LC-USZ62-84496
There have been Happier New-Years in Mulberry Street, 1901 print by William Allen Rogers; published in Harper's Weekly, 7 Jan. 1901 New York Public Library, Mid-Manhattan Library Picture Collection Online. 809913. Permission pending.
Threshing crew, Linley Ranch, San Joaquin Valley, California, 1889 photograph entitled "Linley's threshing crewin 76 [Land Company] country" Kings County (California) Library; in the San Joaquin Valley Digitization Project, accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: kia0076. Permission pending.
Tillman, Benjamin Ryan, seated, holding the Washington Post, 1905 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-104434
Tulare, California, ca. 1882 photograph; site notes: "Tulare and O streets downtown Tulare looking west from Maddens's water tower. This view of Tulare is around 1882" Tulare [City] Public Library, California; in the San Joaquin Valley Digitization Project, accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: tpf0124. Permission pending.
Tulare County, California, 1888 (detail of map) map entitled "The Unique Map of California," by E. McD. Johnstone; lithograph published by Dickman-Jones Co. Lith. Library of Congress, Geography & Map Division. G4360 1888 .J6 TIL
Tulare County and Kings County, California, political leaders of, 1892 (detail) photograph entitled "Leaders of Kings County Split from Tulare County" Kings County (California) Library; in the San Joaquin Valley Digitization Project, accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: kia0167. Permission pending.
Turner, Frederick Jackson, seated, n.d. photograph Wisconsin Historical Society.
Turnwold Plantation, near Eatonton, Georgia, n.d. photographs:
(1) with four children posed in front of house
(2) house, no persons in photograph
 
Twain, Mark (Samuel Clemens), seated, between 1900 and 1910 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-112728
Union Pacific Railroad directors gathered to celebrate the arrival of the railroad at the 100th meridian, west of Omaha, Nebraska Territory, October 1866 photograph by John Carbutt; banner reads "100th Meridian / 247 miles from Omaha" National Archives, Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, 1754-1954. ARC Identifier: 530892
Union Pacific Railroad, vice president Thomas Durant, at a construction site near Cozad in Lincoln County, Nebraska Territory, October 1866 photographic print on stereo card: stereograph, albumen, entitled "Westward, the monarch capital makes its way" photograph by John Carbutt. From site: "Union Pacific Railroad vice president, Thomas C. Durant, in a suit and a narrow brimmed hat, stands on railroad ties during railroad construction near Cozad in Lincoln County, Nebraska. Shows shovels near railroad ties set in place, and a wooden track gauge used to align the distances between the rails." Western History Photograph Collection, Denver Public Library, in partnership with the Colorado Historical Society and the Denver Art Museum; also available in History of the American West, 1860-1920, in American Memory, Library of Congress. Z-3303.
Union Pacific Railroad, map entitled "Routes of the Union Pacific Rail Roads . . . ," November 1867 (detail) map by W. J. Keeler, civil engineer; full title: "Routes of the Union Pacific Rail Roads with their eastern connections, compiled from authorized explorations, public surveys, and other reliable data from the departments of the government" Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division. G4051.P3 1867 .K4 RR 591
Union Pacific Railroad, plaque and sculpture erected on the railroad's Missouri River Bridge in 1888, photographed in 1941 or 1942 photographs taken in 1941 or 1942 before pieces were disposed as scrap for the war effort:
(1) plaque
(2) buffalo head sculpture
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.

(1) LC-USE6-D-010466
(2) LC-USE6-D-010468
U.S. Navy—first hoisting of the stars and stripes by the marines on Cuban soil—June 11th, 1898, 1898 photomechanical print, color, published by the Werner Company, Akron, Ohio Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-2678
Visalia & Tulare Railroad, workers in front of railroad car, Tulare County, California, 1896 photograph Tulare County (California) Public Library; in the San Joaquin Valley Digitization Project, accessed through the Online Archive of California. Identifier: tca0049. Permission pending.
Washington, Booker T., three-quarters portrait, seated, 1903 photographic print, by Cheynes Studio, Hampton, Virginia Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-49568
Washington, Booker T., standing with a group of men, 1906 [place unidentified] photomechanical print (halftone); stereograph by Underwood & Underwood, New York entitled "Booker Washington and some of his distinguished guests"; showing Booker T. Washington, standing, center, with (front row) George T. McAneny, Robert C. Ogden, an unidentified man, and George W. Eliot, President of Harvard College, (2nd row) J.G. Phelps Stokes, Dr. Lyman Abbott, and Hollis B. Frissell, President of Hampton Institute Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Booker T. Washington Collection. LC-USZ62-134342
Washington, Booker T., portrait, 17 June 1908 photographic print Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-128954
White, Edward Douglas, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, head-and-shoulders portrait, 1905 photographic print; photographer: Frances Benjamin Johnston Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection. LC-USZ62-107142
Whitman, Walt, head-and-shoulders portrait, ca. 1870 ink drawing by Valerian Gribayédoff, ca. 1870, used as the cover for The Illustrated American, Vol. 1, No. 9 (19 April 1890). Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Feinberg-Whitman Collection. LOT 12017, box 10 [item] [P&P]
Wister, Owen, The Virginian, 1902, illustrations in, and cover of 1902 edition illustrations by Arthur I. Keller:
(1) "Frawgs are dead, Trampas, and so are you." (detail)
(2) "When you call me that, smile!"
(3) "'For my sake,'; she begged him, 'for my sake.'" (detail)
Digital images scanned by the National Humanities Center.
Woman's Journal and Suffrage News, Boston, Massachusetts, 8 March 1913, first page photomechanical print : halftone; newspaper headline: "Parade struggles to victory despite disgraceful scenes," showing images of the women's suffrage parade in Washington, March 3, 1913"; pictures show General Rosalie Jones, Inez Milholland on a white horse, floats, and an aerial view of the parade Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division; in American Women: A Gateway to Library of Congress Resources for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States, American Memory, Library of Congress. LC-DIG-ppmsca-02970 DLC
Woman's suffrage broadsides, 1894, 1910 broadsides
(1) "Do Women Want the Vote?," Natl. State Assn. Opposed to Woman Suffrage, 1894
(2) "Women in the Home," Natl. American Woman Suffrage Assn., 1910
(3) "Why Women Want to Vote," Natl. American Woman Suffrage Assn., 1910
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Printed Ephemera Collection.
(1) Portfolio 130, Folder 13d

(2) Portfolio 132, Folder 5

(3) Portfolio 132, Folder 3
Woman's Suffrage Party float, suffrage parade, Washington, DC, 3 March 1913 photograph: banner reads Woman's Suffrage Party. Woman's cause is man's. They rise or fall together." National Archives. ARC Identifier: 593561
Woman's suffrage procession, official program, cover, Washington, DC, 3 March 1913 photomechanical print; color; cover of program for the National American Women's Suffrage Association procession Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, League of Women Voters Records. LC-USZC4-2996
World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago [1893], Palace of Mechanic Arts and lagoon (during construction), 1892 photographic print (gelatin silver), by Frances Benjamin Johnston Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection. LOT 2959-2<item> [P&P] / LC-USZ62-116999
World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago [1893], Administration Building and bridge, 1893 photograph; building designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt Frances Loeb Library, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University; Images of America: Lantern Slide Collection – GSD lantern slide X504/c; accessed through online collection American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920, American Memory, Library of Congress.
World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago [1893], exhibits in Hall of Electricity and Hall of Transportation, 1893 photographs:
(1) Edison dynamo, in The Book of the Fair, 1893, p. 403
(2) Electric motor and pump, in The Book of the Fair, p. 407
(3) Steel forging hammer, wooden replica of, in The Book of the Fair, p. 600
Illinois Institute of Technology, Paul V. Galvin Library Digital Collection, in online exhibition World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. Reproduced with permission.
World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago [1893], The Statue of the Republic, Grand Plaza, 1893 photograph in The Dream City: A Portfolio of Photographic Views of the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893-1894 Illinois Institute of Technology, Paul V. Galvin Library Digital Collection, in online exhibition World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. Permission pending.
World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago [1893], panorama, 1893 photographic print (gelatin silver), copyright C. C. Hyland, Chicago, 1933 Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division. Pan Subject - Events no. 129 (E size) [P&P] /LC-USZ62-128873
Zitkala-Sa (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin), portrait, 1898 photograph by Gertrude Käsebier National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. No. 69.236.006
Zogbaum, Rufus F., The Twelve-Inch Gun, 1898 watercolor on board, 14 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. (36.8 x 56.6 cm). Frontispiece in James Barnes, Ships and Sailors: being a collection of songs of the sea as sung by the men who sail it: with numerous illustrations in colour and black-and-white by Rufus F. Zogbaum, New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1898 Copyright status undetermined.


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