Exhibition Checklist

Artist unknown. Why Don't You Take It? 1861? Lithograph.

Artist unknown. The Soldiers Home, The Vision. 1862. Lithograph. Currier & Ives.

Albert Waud, 1828-1891. "The Battle of Bull Run, 2 p.m. July 21, 1861," Harper's Weekly, August 10, 1861, p. 504-505. Wood engraving.

"How 'The Southern Commissioner' Tried to mould Public Opinion in England," and "The 'French Lady' and Brother Jonathan," Harper's Weekly, July 27, 1861, p. 480. Wood engraving. Richard Samuel West Collection.

Arist unknown. John Bull Makes a Discovery. Attributed to Currier & Ives. 1862 or 1863. Lithograph.

David Claypoole Johnston, 1799-1865. The House that Jeff Built. 1863. Etching. Draper Hill Collection.

[political prints] 186-? Lithograph. Thomas L. Minnick Collection.

Artist unknown. Little Mack & His Party "Going Up Salt River" on a Gun Boat: Terrific Explosion of the "Quaker Gun" and the destruction of the entire party. 1864. Lithograph.

Artist unknown. The Old Bull Dog on the Right Track. 1864. Currier & Ives. Lithograph.

Attributed to Henry Louis Stephens, 1832-1882. The Copperhead Millennium. 1864? Engraving.

Thomas Nast, 1840-1902. "Compromise with the South: Dedicated to the Chicago Convention," Harper's Weekly, September3, 1864, p. 572. Wood engraving.

Artist unknown. The First of May 1865 or General Moving Day in Richmond Va. 1865. Chromolithograph. Published by H. & S. Voit. Lithographed by Kimmel & Forster, 254 & 256 Canal St, New York.

John Cameron, 1830-1876. The Capture of an Unprotected Female, or the Close Up of the Rebllion. 1865. Currier & Ives. Chromolithograph.

F. Welker. Jeff's Last Skedaddle: Off to the Last Ditch. 1865. A. McLean. Lithograph.



Louis Kurz, 1833-1921. National Picture: Behold Oh America Your Sons. The greatest among men. Chas Shober, Chicago. 1865. Lithograph.

The Question Settled. 1865? Chromolithograph. E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, Hartford, Conn.

Attributed to Charles Kimmel. The Outbreak of the Rebellion in the United States 1861. 1865. Kimmel & Forster. Lithograph.

David Claypoole Johnston, 1799-1865. [Metamorphosis caricatures of Jeff Davis] Etching. 1863. Draper Hill Collection.

Jeff Davis after the surrender of Fort Sumpter April 13, 1861. Jeff Davis after the surrender of Fort Sumpter 1863.

[Patriotic envelopes]

Artist unknown. Magic lanten slide showing the capture of Jefferson Davis dressed in women's clothes. 1865. Ink and watercolor on glass in a wooden mount.

Jemison's [sic] Jayhawkers

Free Negroes in the North

Prayer in Jackson's Camp

Return of a Raiding Party from Pennsylvania

Tracks of the Armies

Slaves Protecting Their Master from the Enemy

Writing the Emancipation Proclamation

Worship of the North

Offering of Church Bells to Be Cast into Cannon

Passage Through Baltimore