Bass Otis (1784–1861)
Mrs. James Madison (Dolley Madison, 1768–1849), ca. 1817
Oil on canvas
Gift of Thomas Jefferson Bryan
New-York Historical Society

Benjamin Henry Latrobe (1764–1820)
[The White House ("President's House") Washington, D.C. East front elevation], 1807
Drawing on paper: watercolor, ink, and wash
Benjamin Henry Latrobe Archive, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Edward Savage (1761–1817)
Liberty, in the form of the goddess of youth, giving support to the bald eagle, 1796
Stipple engraving printed in colors
Philadelphia: Published by E. Savage
Mabel Brady Garvan Collection, Yale University Art Gallery

Unidentified artist
Congressional Pugilists, 1798
New-York Historical Society Library

H.W. Mortimer & Company
Pair of flintlock dueling pistols with case and accessories, 1780–1800
Wood, iron, brass, silver, lead, silk, cloth, flint
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Gherardi Davis and Ellen King New-York Historical Society

Charles A. Burnett (1769–1849)
Dolley Madison’s snuffbox, ca. 1800
Courtesy of Montpelier, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation

Washington. [A] representation of the capture of the city of Washington, by the British forces under the command of Major Genl. Ross and Rear Adml. Sir I. Cockburn, August 24th 1814, 1815
Published by I. Ryland 83, Cannon Street
New-York Historical Society Library

John Bower (active 1810–1819)
A View of the Bombardment of Fort McHenry, ca. 1819, re-engraved ca. 1905.
Etching, engraving, and aquatint; hand-colored
Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

American Anti-Slavery Society
Am I Not a Woman & a Sister, 1838
New-York Historical Society

PETITION. To the honorable The Senate of the United States and House of Representatives, 1849
National Archives

Samuel C. Jollie (active 1857)
Ballot box, ca. 1857
Glass, iron
Gift of George H. Dean
New-York Historical Society

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