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Title Date Object Number
"Columbia Demands Her Children" 1864 PR.010.1864.30
"Let Us Have Peace" the Golden Anniversary April 4, 1915 PR.052.Med.GrantMufti.Peace
"The Nigger" in the Woodpile 1860 PR.010.1860.8
$3 and $5 banknote samples PR.221.5
A Bad Egg 1852 PR.010.1852.3
Aaron Ogden (1756-1839) 1834 PR.221.40
Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr, Victorious PR.052.48
American Tract Society Certificate PR.221.13
An Heir to the Throne, or the Next Republican Candidate 1860 PR.010.1860.Heir
Anne Page, Slender and Shallow 1828 PR.221.17
Annual Caledonian Ball PR.221.10
Araham Lincoln 1864 PR.052.51
Ariadne 1835 PR.221.41
Artistic Houses: being a series of interior views of a number of the most beautiful and celebrated homes in the United States 1883-1884 PR.087.1.1.1.TIFFHALL
Artistic Houses: being a series of interior views of a number of the most beautiful and celebrated homes in the United States 1883-1884 PR.087.1.1.31.KEMPHALL
Artistic Houses: being a series of interior views of a number of the most beautiful and celebrated homes in the United States 1883 - 1884 PR.087.1.1.35.HURPAR
Astor House ca.1853-1859 PR.020.65.1
At the Battle of Palo Alto 1846 PR.068.24
Atlantic Souvenir 1829 PR.221.16
Bank of New Brunswick Bank Notes ca. 1824-1827 PR.221.4
Bank of Newburgh Bank Notes 1823-1824 PR.221.3
Banknote Vignettes: Allegorical, Mythological and Historical Figures 1823-1827 PR.221.7
Bayard Taylor 1854 PR.052.134.TAYB.PUT
Broadway, A.T. Stewart Dry Goods Store 1851 PR.020.FF.28
C.S.A ca. 1861-1865 PR.022.8
Cadwallader D. Colden Esq. 1825 PR.221.29
Camp scene from photograph ca. 1861-1865 PR.022.4
Catharine Maria Sedgwick (1789-1867) 1832 PR.221.39
Catskill Mountains 1830 PR.221.1
Certificate of New-York Historical Society ca. 1821 PR.221.11
Chas. Carroll of Carrollton 1835 PR.221.28
Columbia's Noblest Sons 1865 PR.052.49
Come in, and Prevent a "Draft" ca. 1863 PR.055.3.105
Corcoran Legion Fifth regiment. Col. William McEvily. A few good men are wanted to fill up Capt. Wm. L. Monegan's company. This is a splendid opportunity for young men to join a Crack Regiment. ca. 1862 PR.055.3.189
Cover of The New-York Mirror 1831 PR.221.24
David Crockett ca. 1836 PR.221.27
David Hosack (1769-1835) 1834 PR.221.57
Declaration of Independence 1820-1823 PR.221.43
Declaration of Independence 1820-1823 PR.221.44
Delaware Water-Gap 1830 PR.221.55
Delmonico 1850 PR.020.80.5
Dewitt Clinton (1769-1828) 1834 PR.221.56
Eagle Bank of Providence Bank Notes 1817-1820 PR.221.64
Emancipation Proclamation. Allegorical Portrait of Abraham Lincoln 1865 PR.068.22
Fete to Lafayette 1824 PR.022.9
For Union 1861-1865 PR.022.7
Fort Hamilton Polka Redowa 1852 PR.020.1.1
Fort Putnam 1830 PR.221.2
Fraktur: Birth and Baptism certificate of Catharina König 1807 PR.022.10
Fraktur: Birth and Baptism certificate of Chonerath Jost 1808 PR.022.11
Fraktur: Birth and Baptism certificate of Joseph Flor 1811 PR.022.13
Fraktur: Fall of Man (Adam and Eve) ca. 1820-1830 PR.022.14
Freedom to the Slaves ca. 1865 PR.052.58
Front View of St. Peter's Church with the intended steeple 1785 PR.McComb.4.70
Fulton St. near Fulton Ferry ca. 1880 PR.020.FF.30
General Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) 1828 PR.221.46
Geometrical Lathe-work Proof PR.221.62
Geometrical Lathe-work Proof PR.221.63
Geometrical Lathe-work Proof PR.221.8
Geometrical Lathe-work Proof PR.221.9
Gipseying Party 1829 PR.221.23
Group of Chicago Zouave Cadets PR.049.FF.MIL.CHIZOU
Hon. Abraham Lincoln 1861 PR.052.57
Honest Abe Taking them on the Half Shell 1860 PR.010.1860.HonestAbe
I Knew Him Horatio 1864 PR.010.1864.Horatio
If I Cannot Fight, I Can Feed Those Who Do. ca. 1861-1865 PR.022.6
In Memoriam 1865 PR.052.53
Interior View of the First Grand Hall of the Museum 1851 PR.020.FF.29
Invitation to Erie Canal Celebration 1825 PR.221.12
James Monroe 1835 PR.221.38
Joel Barlow 1835 PR.221.31
John Jay 1834 PR.221.34
John Marshall LL.D. 1833 PR.221.33
John Trumbull (1756-1843) 1833 PR.221.59
Key to Declaration of Independence 1823 PR.221.45
Ladies Ticket of Admission to the Annual Caledonian Ball PR.221.14
Lady of the Lake ca. 1818 PR.221.51
Last Offer of Reconciliation 1865 PR.052.50
Life studies of the Great Army 1876 PR.002.Album383
Ma-Nuncue After 1826 PR.221.58
Maiden Lane Pictorial Business Directory 1849 LIB.F128.65.M2.N5.1849
Major Gen'l Z. Taylor Before Monterey 1848 PR.068.27
Manhattan Rifles! 1861-1865 PR.055.3.226
Minaret Turkish Cigarettes PR.031.111.AMER.MIN
Miscegenation, or The Millennium of Abolitionism 1864 PR.010.1864.Miscegenation
Morgan Lewis 1835 PR.221.32
Musidora 1825 PR.221.47
N Amsterdam, ou N Iork in Ameriq ca. 1700 PR.020.FF.13
New York City Hall, front elevation 1802 PR.040.1
New York Steam Sugar Refining Company's Team Refined Sugar for sale here PR.020.FF.27
North East View of St. Louis from the Illinois Shore 1840 PR.020.FF.10
On His Mother's Picture PR.221.52
Our Indian Policy 1875 PR.029.1
Platforms Illustrated 1864 PR.010.1864.Platforms
Politicians measuring Lincoln's shoes March 5th 1864 PR.010.1864.Politicians
Portrait Vignettes and Oval Lathe-work ca. 1824 PR.221.6
President Lincoln at Home, Reading the scriptures to his son and wife 1865 PR.052.52
President--Abraham Lincoln Vice-President--Hannibal Hamlin PR.022.3
Print # 22, Gen's Stuart return from Pennsylvania 1863 PR.010.1.24
Print # 23, Butler's victims of Fort St. Philip 1863 PR.010.1.25
Print # 24, Prayer in Stonewall Jackson's camp 1863 PR.010.1.26
Print # 28, Cave life in Vicksburg during the Siege 1863 PR.010.1.30
Print # 3, Writing the Emancipation Proclamation 1863 PR.010.1.05.1
Print # 9, Election in Baltimore, November, 1862 1863 PR.010.1.11
Proclamation of Emancipation 1864 PR.068.29
Proposals by John Trumbull for Publishing by Subscription a Print of the Declaration of Independence PR.221.42
Puck Wants a 'Strong Man at the Head of the Government' - But Not This Kind 1880 PR.029.2
Rev. James Milnor D.D. PR.221.36
Rev. Sylvester Larned PR.221.35
Running the Machine 1864 PR.010.1864.Machine
Sancho Panza and the Duchess 1832 PR.221.19
Seat of War and Battles PR.068.23
Senatorial Regiment, Colonel Anthony Conk. Strike for your altars and your fires! Strike till the last armed foe expires! Strike for the green graves of your sires! God and our Native Land! Recruits wanted for Co. I. ca. 1862-1865 PR.055.3.186
Sisters PR.221.18
South East View of St. Louis from the Illinois Shore 1840 PR.020.FF.11
Southern Chivalry - Argument versus Club's 1856 PR.010.1856.4
Specimen Sheet of Bank Notes 1824-1827 PR.221.65
Storming the Castle / "Old Abe" on Guard 1860 PR.010.1860.Storming
Sunday Morning 1869 PR.221.26
Swinging in the Square 1912 PR.007.1
The Assassination of President Lincoln, at Ford's Theater, Washington D.C. April 14th 1865 1865 PR.052.60
The Body of the Martyr President, Abraham Lincoln 1865 PR.052.54
The Commander-in-Chief Conciliating the Soldier's Votes on the Battle Field 1864 PR.010.1864.28
The Constitutional Amendment! 1866 PR.068.13
The Disapointed Abolitionists 1838 PR.010.1838.14
The Draft Riots in New York- The Battle in Second Avenue 1863 PR.020.100.4
The Dull Lecture 1828 PR.221.20
The Falls of the Sawkill 1830 PR.221.22
The Fifteenth Amendment, Celebrated May 19th, 1870. 1870 PR.068.12
The Great Exhibition of 1860 1860 PR.010.1860.Exhibition
The Honorable Philip Hone, Mayor of the City of New York in 1826 ca. 1826 PR.221.37
The Lincoln Statue PR.052.59
The Lost Cause 1871 PR.068.19
The Merchants Exchange, New York 6/27/1846 PR.020.59.1
The Miscegenation Ball 1864 PR.010.1864.3
The Old Bull Dog on the Right Track 1864 PR.010.1864.41
The peoples' candidate for president, Abraham Lincoln. PR.022.2
The Proclamation of Freedom 1865 PR.052.56
The Rail Candidate 1860 PR.010.1860.Rail
The Rail Splitter, or The White Man's Dream 1861 PR.010.1861.27
The Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown PR.068.34
The True Issue or "That's What's the Matter" 1864 PR.010.1864.35
The White Plume PR.221.25
The Wife 1829 PR.221.21
The Works of the Right Honorable Lord Byron Vol. II 1817-1820 PR.221.15
This reminds me of a little joke 1864 PR.068.28
Union & Liberty or Union & Slavery 1864 PR.010.1864.31
We are Seven PR.022.1
We mourn our country's loss 1865 PR.052.55
Weehawken 1830 PR.221.60
WHAT THINK YE OF C-O-N-G'S NOW?, 1790-3 1790-1793 PR.010.1790.3
William Gaston 1834 PR.221.30
Winnepiseogee Lake 1830 PR.221.61
[Train with Flag] ca. 1861-1865 PR.022.5
Creative: Tronvig Group