Browse Items (31 total)
Wood engraving of great meeting of the ladies of New York at the Cooper Institute, on Monday, April 29, 1861, to organize a society to be called "Women's Central Association of Relief," to make clothes, lint bandages, and to furnish nurses for the…
Daniel S. Young (1827-1902) created these drawings of battle wounds while serving under General William S. Rosecrans in the Army of the Cumberland during the Civil War. They include a drawing of shrapnel wounds to the arm and elbow from the Battle of…
Grounds at Andersonville, Georgia, where are buried fourteen thousand Union soldiers, who died in Andersonville Prison. Print of wood carving, which includes Clara Barton raising the national flag, August 17, 1865, in far background.
This handbill was issued by the Military Committee of Athens. It contains a call from Governor David Tod for two hundred men from Athens County to join in the protection of the city of Washington. The handbill states that transportation will be…
Image from Harper's Weekly depicting the riots at New York - "The rioters burning and sacking the colored orphan asylum"
Illustration published in Harper's Weekly depicts the 6th Louisiana "Tigers from New Orleans.
NEW ENGLAND SHIPBUILDING CORPORATION
South Portland, Maine
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN, INC.
1318 Vermont Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. Announce the Launching of the
SS. "Harriet Tubman"
At South Portland, Maine
This 37.5" x 28.5" (95.25 x 72.39 cm) portrait depicts Rebecca Cromwell Rouse (1799-1887), a Cleveland woman notable for her tireless advancement of the work of Christian benevolent organizations in the 19th century. Her most enduring legacy was the…