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[George] Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the United StatesFairmanGideon Fairman1820 ca.Engraving, black and white
[George] Washington. PealeRembrandt Peale1827Lithograph, black and white
Le Capitol à WashingtonGrünewaldEoban Grünewald1830 ca.Steel engraving, hand-colored
Charles Carroll of Carrollton.DurandAshur B. Durand1830 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
View of the Capitol at WashingtonUnknown Unknown1830 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Capitol of the U.S. Washington.Fenner, Sears & Co. Fenner, Sears & Co. 1831-10-01Steel engraving, hand-colored
Front View of the Capitol at Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1834Wood engraving, black and white
Capitol of the United States, Washington.AndrewsJoseph Andrews1834 ca.Steel engraving, hand-colored
Capitol of the United States, Washington. J. & F. Tallis J. & F. Tallis1834 ca.Engraving, hand-colored
City of Washington.Unknown Unknown1836Engraving, hand-colored
City of Washington.Unknown Unknown1836Engraving, hand-colored
View of the Capitol at Washington.BentleyC. J. Bentley1837Steel engraving, hand-colored
Principal Front of the Capitol Washington.BrandardRobert Brandard1839Steel engraving, hand-colored
Washington, from the Presidents House.WallisHenry Wallis1839Steel engraving, hand-colored
To the Washington Light Infantry of Washington CityDuvalP. S. Duval1839Lithograph, hand-colored
Senate ChamberPhilip Haas Philip Haas1839-1840 ca.Lithograph, black and white
A[lexander]. Mouton / Senator from Louisiana.FenderichCharles Fenderich1840Lithograph, black and white
The Ascent to the Capitol Washington.WallisRobert Wallis1840Steel engraving, hand-colored
Gen. Marion in His Swamp Encampment Inviting a British Officer to Dinner.SartainJohn Sartain1840Mezzotint, black and white
The Capitol at Washington,Unidentified Unidentified1842-12-31Wood engraving, black and white
Henry ClayWarner, Jr.William Warner, Jr.1844-04-02Mezzotint, hand-colored
John Quincy Adams.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Thomas Hart Benton.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Henry Clay.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
De Witt Clinton.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
John Forsyth.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Felix Grundy.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Andrew Jackson.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Richard Mentor Johnson.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, black and white
John Marshall.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
John Randolph.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Samuel Lewis Southard.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
John Tyler.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Martin Van Buren.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Daniel Webster.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Levi Woodbury.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Silas Wright[, Jr.].Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, black and white
William Henry Harrison.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
John Caldwell Calhoun.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Nathaniel Potter [sic] Tallmadge.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
Dixon Hall Lewis.Kellogg and Elijah Chapman KelloggEdmund Burke Kellogg and Elijah Chapman Kellogg1845Lithograph, colored
United States Senate Chamber.DoneyThomas Doney1846Mezzotint, black and white
The Capitol at Washington.Unknown Unknown1846 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
A New Map for Travelers through the United States of America Showing the Railroads, Canals & Stage Roads.SmithJ. Calvin Smith1847Lithograph, colored
Washington, As It Is Seen from the Presidents House Looking down Pennsylvania Avenue towards the Capitol in the Distance.Unidentified Unidentified1848Wood engraving, black and white
Washington / Capitol (East View.)Deroy Deroy1848Lithograph, hand-colored
Senate ChamberDeroy Deroy1848Lithograph, colored
Principal Front of the Capitol, Washington.SaddHenry S. Sadd1848-01-01Mezzotint, black and white
Capitol—WashingtonUnknown Unknown1849 ca.Metal engraving, hand-colored
Silas Wright, Jr.D'AvignonFrancis D'Avignon1850Lithograph, black and white
Z[achery] Taylor.D'AvignonFrancis D'Avignon1850Lithograph, black and white
Where's My Thunder?Unknown Unknown1850 ca.Lithograph, black and white
New Map of the United States, Mexico, South America, Central America[,] West Indies and Part of CanadaUnknown Unknown1850 ca.Engraving, hand-colored
Henry Clay.Unidentified Unidentified1850 ca.Mezzotint, black and white
Le Capitole a Washington.LechardE. Lechard1850 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
Henry ClayUnidentified Unidentified1850 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
Henry Clay.LongacreJames B. Longacre1850 ca.Copper engraving, black and white
John Caldwell Calhoun.HallHenry B. Hall1850 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
View of the Senate of the United States in Session.RodgersJ. Rodgers1850 ca.Engraving, hand-colored
Representation of the United States Capitol, at Washington, with the New Wings.Unknown Unknown1851Woodcut, hand-colored
Interior View of the United States House of Representatives, at Washington, D.C.Unknown Unknown1851Woodcut, hand-colored
A View of the City of Washington, D.C, [sic] from the Capitol.Schenck Schenck1851Wood engraving, hand-colored
General Post-OfficePoppelJohn Poppel1851Metal engraving, hand-colored
The Sad Parting between Two Old Friends.Unidentified Unidentified1851 ca.Lithograph, black and white
Capitol of the U.S. Washington.Unknown Unknown1851 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
Hon. Daniel Webster.Unknown Unknown1851 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Daniel Webster Delivering a Fourth of July Oration in Front of the Capitol at Washington.Unknown Unknown1851-08-02Woodcut, hand-colored
Laying of the Corner Stone at the Capitol.Unknown Unknown1851-08-02Wood engraving, black and white
Union.SaddHenry S. Sadd1852Mezzotint, hand-colored
Daniel Webster (1782-1852)LawsonThomas B. Lawson1852Hand-colored mezzotint
Henry Clay.Unidentified Unidentified1852Lithograph, colored
[Andrew] Jackson.WelchThomas B. Welch1852Engraving, black and white
Interior View of the United States Senate, at Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1852 ca.Woodcut, hand-colored
The Capitol of the United States in WashingtonGrünewaldEoban Grünewald1852 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
Webster Funeral Procession of the Citizens of Boston and Vicinity.Unknown Unknown1852 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Medallion Head of [Daniel] Webster and Mourning Piece.Unknown Unknown1852 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Pennsylvania Avenue.Unknown Unknown1852-07Wood engraving, black and white
Monumental Design to the Memory of Hon. Daniel Webster.Unknown Unknown1852-11-13Wood engraving, black and white
View of the Residence of the Late Hon. Daniel Webster. / Representation of the Room in Which Mr. Webster Died.Unknown Unknown1852-11-13Wood engraving, black and white
Portraits of United States Senators.PeirceWilliam J. Peirce1853 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Portraits of United States Senators.PeirceWilliam J. Peirce1853 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Opening the 2nd Session of [t]he Thirty Second CongressLeslieFrank Leslie1853-01-01Wood engraving, hand-colored
Mr. Webster's Library.RobertsW. Roberts1853-01-01Wood engraving, black and white
The Last Moments of Daniel WebsterUnknown Unknown1853-01-01Wood engraving, black and white
Present State of the Capitol at Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1853-01-08Wood engraving, black and white
Portraits of United States Senators.Gulick, Pierson, and Wright Gulick, Pierson, and Wright1853-02-05Wood engraving, black and white
Portraits of United States Senators.Gulick, Pierson, and Wright Gulick, Pierson, and Wright1853-02-05Wood engraving, black and white
Portraits of United States Senators.Pierson Pierson1853-02-19Wood engraving, black and white
Portraits of United States Senators.PiersonPierson PiersonPierson1853-02-19Wood engraving, black and white
Bird's-Eye View oe [sic] Washington, from the Capitol.LeslieFrank Leslie1853-03-12Wood engraving, hand-colored
Interior of the Rotunda—Procession to the Portico.Unknown Unknown1853-03-12Woodcut, hand-colored
President in Vice-President's Room.Unknown Unknown1853-03-12Wood engraving, black and white
Assembling of the Multitude at the Eastern Portico, at the Commencement of the Inaugural Ceremonies.LeslieFrank Leslie1853-03-12Wood engraving, black and white
Statue of Daniel Webster, on Exhibition at the Crystal Palace, New York.Gulick Gulick1853-08-27Wood engraving, black and white
[Daniel] Webster.Unknown Unknown1854 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
Principal Public Buildings at Washington, D.C. B.E. B.1854-03-11Wood engraving, black and white
The United States Senate, A.D. 1850.WhitechurchRobert E. Whitechurch1855Engraving, hand-colored
Our CountryUnknown Unknown1855Lithograph, colored
Georgetown and the City of Washington[,] the Capital of the United States of America.Unknown Unknown1855Engraving, hand-colored
Congressional Library of the Capitol.Unidentified1855 - 1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
National Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1855 ca.Woodcut, hand-colored
Das Neue Capitol (Washington)Unknown Unknown1855 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
[Henry] Clay.Unknown Unknown1855 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
[Plaster model of] The Statue of Freedom upon the dome of the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875Photograph, black and white
Congressional Library, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Congressional Library in U.S. Capitol.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Congressional Library - Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Congressional Library in the U.S. CapitolBell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
U.S. CapitolUnidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Corridor, (In U.S. Capitol.)Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Main Corridor of Lobby of Senate Chamber.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Corridor. Interior U.S. Capitol. Washington, D. C.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Corridor. Washington]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Corridor]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Corridor, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Corridor Of Senate Chamber, U.S. CapitolUnidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Marble Staircase. Capitol. Washington]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Western Emigration [sic], by Leitzie [sic], (In U.S. Capitol)Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[House of Representatives Chamber]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Reception-Room in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Reception Room in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Reception Room in U.S. Capitol, Washington D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Marble Room (In the U.S. Capitol)Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, in U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Marble Room in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Marble Room in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The "Marble Room" at the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The "Marble Room" at the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, U.S. Capitol.George D. Wakely George D. Wakely1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Marble Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Marble Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, Washington D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, Senate.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Interior Views. Retiring Room of the U.S. Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Marble Room, Senate.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, Senate.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, Senate.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senator Sumner's Reception Room.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Old Hall of RepresentativesUnidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[President's Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
President's Room, in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
President's Room (In U.S. Capitol)Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
President's Room, in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Presidents' Room, in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
President's Room in U.S. CapitolUnidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[President's Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The President's Room, Senate.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The U.S. Supreme Court Room, in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Chamber, U.S. Capitol]SmillieThomas William Smillie1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Chamber, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Senate ChamberUnidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.BierstadtCharles Bierstadt1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Reception Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Ladies Reception Room, (Capitol,) Washington, D.C.Kilburn Brothers Kilburn Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Reception Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Sergeant-at-Arms' Room at the Capitol.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Plaster model of] Statue of Freedom upon the Dome of the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Model of Crawford's Statue of Liberty [sic]-Washington.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Vice President's Room.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Interior Library of Congress.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Congressional Library.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Corridor Under House of Representatives.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
A joint session of the Senate and House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, Senate.JarvisJohn F. Jarvis1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Presidents Room in the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Brumidi's Allegorical Paintings, in the Dome, of the U.S. Capitol.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Supreme Courtroom in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Chamber, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber, Capitol at Washington.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber, (In U.S. Capitol.)Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Old Hall of Representatives, now Statuary Hall, Capitol Building, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Old Hall of Representatives, now Statuary Hall, Capitol Building, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Statue of George Washington, U.S. CapitolBierstadtCharles Bierstadt1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Statuary Hall, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Statuary Hall in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Fresco in Dome, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.Charles Bierstadt Charles Bierstadt1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Dome, Capitol, WashingtonUnidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Dome, Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[House of Representatives, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[House of Representatives, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The House of RepresentativesBell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The House of RepresentativesBell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
House of Representatives, U.S. CapitolUnidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The House of RepresentativesBell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
House of Representatives.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
House of Representatives.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
President Woodrow Wilson Reading a Message to Joint Session of House and Senate, Congressional Chamber, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Statuary Hall, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Statuary Hall, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Clock, Old House of Representatives.Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Statuary Hall, U.S. Capitol, Wash'n, D.C.Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Plaster model of Statue of Freedom]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Statue of Lincoln.Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Senate ChamberBell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber, (In U.S. Capitol.)Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Chamber], Washington. [misidentified on card as House of Representatives]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Chamber], Washington. [misidentified on card as House of Representatives]Unidentified Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber, [Vice President's Desk] and Reporters' Seats. [misidentified on card as Speaker's Desk]Unidentified1855-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Plaster model of] Statue of Freedom.Unidentified1855-1875 cm.Photograph, black and white
City of Washington.Unknown Unknown1856Lithograph, hand-colored
Samuel HoustonEdwardsW. J. Edwards1856Steel engraving, hand-colored
H[enry] ClayUnknown Unknown1856Steel engraving, black and white
Dan[ie]l WebsterUnknown Unknown1856Steel engraving, black and white
Ladies in the Senate Chamber—Reading of the President's Message.Unknown Unknown1856-01-12Wood engraving, black and white
"A Message from the President."Unknown Unknown1856-01-12Wood engraving, black and white
The New Dome of the Capitol at Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1856-04-19Wood engraving, hand-colored
The Assault in the U.S. Senate Chamber on Senator Sumner.Unknown Unknown1856-06-07Wood engraving, black and white
General Cass in the Senate, Washington.Unknown Unknown1856-09-27Wood engraving, black and white
Inauguration of Mr. Buchanan, as President of the United States, at Washington. Unidentified Unidentified1857-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
[Dred Scott and His Family]Holcomb Holcomb1857-06-27Wood engraving, black and white
The Capitol at Washington, with the New Extensions.Unidentified Unidentified1858-02-06Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. James M. Mason, United States Senator from Virginia.Unidentified Unidentified1858-03-20Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. John P. Hale, United States Senator from New Hampshire.Unidentified Unidentified1858-04-24Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. Jacob Collamer, United States Senator from Vermont.Unknown Unknown1858-05-15Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. William M. Gwin, United States Senator from California.Unknown Unknown1858-05-29Wood engraving, black and white
Basement of the Houses of Congress, Showing the Extensive Heating Apparatus for Warming the Building.W. H. C. W. H. C.1858-06-05Wood engraving, black and white
Balustrade of the Staircase in the New Extension Building of the Capitol, Washington. / Ornamented Railing in the New Extension Building of the Capitol, Washington.Unknown Unknown1858-06-05Wood engraving, black and white
A Calm Debate in the United States Senate on a Point of International Maritime Law.Unidentified Unidentified1858-06-12Wood engraving, black and white
Millard FillmoreUnknown Unknown1859Metal engraving, black and white
The Last Hours of Congress, March, 1859.Unidentified1859-03-12Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. James A. Pearce, U.S. Senator From Maryland.Unknown Unknown1859-04-23Wood engraving, black and white
The Capitol at Washington United States.Unknown Unknown1859-10-29Wood engraving, black and white
The United States Senate in Session in Their New Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1859-12-31Wood engraving, black and white
Senate Post Office—Washington.Unknown Unknown1859-1866 ca.Photograph, black and white
Daniel Webster Addressing the United States Senate / In the Great Debate on the Constitution and the Union 1850.EdneyJames M. Edney1860Lithograph, hand-colored
National Republican Chart—Presidential Campaign 1860Unknown Unknown1860Wood engraving, hand-colored
James Murray MasonUnidentified Unidentified1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Daniel S. Dickinson]BradyMathew B. Brady1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Daniel Webster]Unknown Unknown1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
Geo[rge] W. JonesGardnerAlexander Gardner1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
S[amuel] C. PomeroyGardnerAlexander Gardner1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Henry Wilson]GardnerAlexander Gardner1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senator [Lot M.] MorrillGardnerAlexander Gardner1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Senate Corridor]Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1860 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Charles Sumner]Unknown Unknown1860 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
[U.S. Senators and Representatives]W. Wellstood & Co. W. Wellstood & Co.1860 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
Henry Clay.SaddHenry S. Sadd1860 ca.Mezzotint, black and white
North East View of the Capitol at Washington. SteelJ. Steel1860 ca.Metal engraving, hand-colored
Beauties of the Franking Privilege.Unknown Unknown1860-03-10Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. Robert M.T. Hunter, United States Senator from Virginia.Unidentified Unidentified1860-03-10Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. Robert Toombs, of Georgia.Unidentified Unidentified1860-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, United States Senator from Illinois.Unknown Unknown1860-04-21Wood engraving, black and white
The National Capitol at Washington.Unknown Unknown1860-12-15Woodcut, hand-colored
The City of Washington, from the Dome of the Capitol.Unknown Unknown1860-12-15Woodcut, hand-colored
[President's Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1860-1874 ca.Photograph, black and white
[President's Room, U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1860-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Main Corridor, United States Senate, Washington, D.C.]Unidentified1860s ca.Photograph, black and white
[William H. Seward]Unknown Unknown1861Photograph, black and white
Henry ClayBradyMathew B. Brady1861Photograph, black and white
Dan[ie]l WebsterBradyMathew B. Brady1861Photograph, black and white
Rufus ChoateUnidentified Unidentified1861Metal engraving, black and white
H[enry] ClayUnidentified Unidentified1861Metal engraving, black and white
[James M. Mason]BradyMathew B. Brady1861 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Mrs. Isaac Bassett]Unknown Unknown1861 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Isaac Bassett]Unknown Unknown1861 ca.Photograph, black and white
Union.SaddHenry S. Sadd1861 ca.Mezzotint, black and white
Eminent Upholders in Congress of the War for the Union.HallHenry B. Hall1861 ca.Steel engraving, hand-colored
Jefferson DavisUnknown Unknown1861 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Anficht des Capitols in Washington, D.C.Unknown Unknown1861 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
William H. SewardSoperRichard F. Soper1861 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
Dan[ie]l WebsterUnknown Unknown1861 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
1. Sectional View of the Capitol at Washington. 2. Ground Plan of the Capitol at Washington, Showing the Recent Additions.Unknown Unknown1861-01-19Wood engraving, black and white
Mr. & Mrs. Otto PremingerSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
President Lincoln Hoisting the American Flag with Thirty-Four Stars upon Independence Hall, Philadelphia, February 22, 1861.Unidentified after photographs by Frederick D. Richards Unidentified after photographs by Frederick D. Richards1861-03-09Wood engraving, black and white
View on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, Monday, March 4th, 1861—Mr. Lincoln, Accompanied by President Buchanan, on His Way to the Capitol to Be Inaugurated.Unknown Unknown1861-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
View of the Capitol, Showing Present State of the Dome.—Taken during the Inauguration of Lincoln, Monday, March 4, 1861.Unidentified Unidentified1861-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, at the Capitol, Washington, March 4, 1861.Unidentified Unidentified1861-03-16Woodcut, black and white
Inauguration of the Sixteenth President of the United States—Scene in Front of the Capitol at Washington, D.C.—Abraham Lincoln, President-Elect, Reading His Inaugural Address, Previous to Receiving the Oath of Office from Chief Justice Taney, March 4th, 1861.Unidentified Unidentified1861-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
The Inaugural Procession at Washington Passing the Gate of the Capitol Grounds.Unidentified Unidentified1861-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
Presidents Buchanan and Lincoln Entering the Senate Chamber before the Inauguration.Unknown Unknown1861-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
United States Artillery Drilling near the Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1861-03-23Wood engraving, black and white
Grand Ball in Honor of the Inauguration of President Lincoln, in the Hall Especially Erected for the Occasion Adjoining the City Hall, Washington City, D.C., on Monday Evening, March 4, 1861Unknown Unknown1861-03-23Wood engraving, black and white
President Lincoln Delivering His Inaugural Address in Front of the Capitol at Washington.Unknown Unknown1861-03-30Wood engraving, black and white
A Scene in the Hall of Representatives, Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1861-04-06Wood engraving, black and white
The Washington Navy-Yard, with Shad Fishers in the Foreground.Unknown Unknown1861-04-20Wood engraving, black and white
The Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers Leaving Jersey City R. R. Depot, to Defend the Capitol, at Washington, D C. [sic], April 18th, 1861.Unknown Unknown1861-04-30Wood engraving, black and white
Balloon View of Washington, May, 1861.Unidentified Unidentified1861-05Wood engraving, black and white
Birdseye View of the City of Washington, with the Capitol in the ForegroundUnidentified Unidentified1861-05-25Wood engraving, hand-colored
View of Georgetown, Washington and Alexandria, Taken from Columbia College, Georgetown Heights, the Quarters of the 69th Regiment of New York.Unknown Unknown1861-05-25Wood engraving, black and white
The Troops in Washington, D.C.—Drilling in the Grounds on the North Side of the Capitol.Unknown Unknown1861-05-25Wood engraving, black and white
Balloon View of Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1861-07-27Wood engraving, hand-colored
Arrival of Horses at Washington for the Army. / Review of the New York Troops at Washington, by General Sandford, in Presence of the President and Cabinet, July 4, 1861.Unknown Unknown1861-07-27Wood engraving, black and white
Death of Colonel E[dward]. D. Baker, U.S. Senator for Oregon, at the Head of the California Regiment, Battle of Ball's Heights, October 21.Unidentified Unidentified1861-11-09Wood engraving, black and white
[Vice President's dais]WakelyGeorge D. Wakely1861-1870Photograph, black and white
M[illard]. FillmoreUnidentified Unidentified1862Metal engraving, black and white
Albert GallatinUnidentified Unidentified1862Metal engraving, black and white
Rob[ert] Morris.PhillibrownThomas Phillibrown1862Metal engraving, black and white
O[liver]. H. PerryUnknown Unknown1862Metal engraving, black and white
John Jay—First Chief Justice of the United States.Unknown Unknown1862Metal engraving, black and white
The Great Uprising of the North—An Anniversary Picture—April 12, 1862.Unidentified Unidentified1862-04-19Wood engraving, black and white
Great War Meeting at Washington, District of Columbia, August 6, 1862.Unknown Unknown1862-08-23Woodcut, hand-colored
The Great National Bakery for the U.S. Army, at the Capitol, Washington.Unknown Unknown1862-09-20Woodcut, black and white
Convalescent Soldiers Passing through Washington to Join Their Regiments.Unidentified Unidentified1862-11-15Wood engraving, black and white
N.E. View of the United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.SartainHenry Sartain1863Steel engraving, black and white
[Daniel Webster]Unknown Unknown1863Lithograph, colored
[Henry Clay]Unknown Unknown1863Lithograph, colored
S[almon]. P. ChaseUnidentified Unidentified1863Steel engraving, black and white
Gouv[erneur] MorrisUnidentified Unidentified1863Metal engraving, black and white
Olie [Oliver] EllsworthUnknown Unknown1863Metal engraving, black and white
[Salmon P. Chase]BradyMathew B. Brady1863 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Civil War Senate]Unknown Unknown1863 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Andrew Jackson]Unknown Unknown1864Lithograph, colored
[Stephen A. Douglas]Unknown Unknown1864Lithograph, colored
Andrew JohnsonUnidentified Unidentified1864Metal engraving, black and white
Capitol at Washington.Unknown Unknown1864 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Front, Washington, D.C.Kilburn Brothers Kilburn Brothers1864 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Chief Justices of the United States.Unknown Unknown1864-12-24Wood engraving, black and white
Presidents Room. N. Wing U.S. Capitol.Sachse & Co.Edward Sachse & Co.1865Lithograph, hand-colored
Grand Marble Room. N. Wing U.S. Capitol.Sachse & Co.Edward Sachse & Co.1865Lithograph, hand-colored
Thomas H. BentonRogersJohn Rogers1865Steel engraving, hand-colored
Daniel WebsterUnidentified Unidentified1865 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
Judge [John] CatronBradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
Chief Justice [Salmon P.] ChaseBradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
Judge P[eter]. V. DanielBradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
Judge [Stephen J.] FieldBradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
Judge [Robert C.] GrierBradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
Chief Justice [Roger B.] TaneyBradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
Judge [James M.] WayneBradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Isaac Bassett]BradyMathew B. Brady1865 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Stephen A. Douglas]Unknown Unknown1865 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
Ashland—Homestead of Henry Clay.Unknown Unknown1865 ca.Engraving, black and white
[George Washington]WalterAdam B. Walter1865 ca.Engraving, black and white
Daniel WebsterKnightT. Knight1865 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
[U.S. Senators]W. Wellstood & Co. W. Wellstood & Co.1865 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
President Lincoln Taking the Oath at His Second Inauguration, March 4, 1865.Unidentified Unidentified1865-03-18Woodcut, hand-colored
President Lincoln's Reinauguration at the Capitol, March 4, 1865.Unidentified Unidentified1865-03-18Wood engraving, black and white
Second Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States, in Front of the Capitol, Washington, March 4, 1865.Unknown Unknown1865-03-18Wood engraving, black and white
The Second Inauguration of President Lincoln in Front of the Capitol at Washington.Unknown Unknown1865-04-08Wood engraving, black and white
Grand Review at Washington—Public School Children Greeting the Soldiers from the Steps of the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1865-06-10Wood engraving, black and white
Grand Review at Washington—Sheridan's Cavalry Passing down Capitol Hill toward Pennsylvania Avenue, May 23, 1865.Unidentified Unidentified1865-06-10Wood engraving, black and white
Grand Review of the National Armies at Washington—General Sherman's Veterans Marching through Pennsylvania Avenue, May 24, 1865.Unidentified Unidentified1865-06-10Wood engraving, black and white
Grand Review at Washington—Sheridan's Cavalry Passing through Pennsylvania Avenue, May 23, 1865.Unidentified Unidentified1865-06-10Wood engraving, black and white
[Senate Chamber]SmillieThomas William Smillie1865-1873Photograph, black and white
President's Room, (In U.S. Capitol.)Unidentified1865-1874 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Congressional Library in the U.S. Capitol Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1865-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[U.S. Senate Chamber]Unknown Unknown1865-1885 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room, U.S. CapitolUnidentified1866Photograph, black and white
United States Capitol.PerineGeorge E. Perine1866Steel engraving, hand-colored
United States Capitol.LovenC. E. Loven1866Steel engraving, hand-colored
The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet.RitchieAlexander Hay Ritchie1866Metal engraving, black and white
Battle of Lake Erie.Unidentified Unidentified1866Metal engraving, hand-colored
Scene at the Pennsylvania Avenue Entrance to the Capitol Grounds at Washington on the Daily Adjournment of Congress.Unidentified Unidentified1866-04-28Woodcut, hand-colored
King Andy I.Unidentified1866-11-03Wood engraving, black and white
Interior of the Dome of the Capitol at Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1866-12-15Wood engraving, black and white
[Marble Room, in U.S. Capitol.]Unidentified1866-1870 ca.Photograph, black and white
Statue of A. Lincoln in the Rotunda of the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1866-1871Photograph, black and white
Statue of Lincoln, Rotunda of the Capitol.Unidentified1866-1871Photograph, black and white
Statue of A. Lincoln in the Rotunda of the Capitol.Unidentified1866-1871Photograph, black and white
Statue of A. Lincoln in the Rotunda of the Capitol.Unidentified1866-1871 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber, (in U.S. Capitol.)Bell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1867Photograph, black and white
Plan of the City of Washington. The Capitol of the United States of America.GambleW. H. Gamble1867Engraving, hand-colored
Ladies' Reception Room, U.S. Senate, Washington.Unknown Unknown1867-03-09Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. Benjamin F. Wade, President of the U.S. Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1867-03-23Wood engraving, black and white
Amphitheatrum Johnsonianum—Massacre of the Innocents at New Orleans, July 30, 1866.Unidentified Unidentified1867-03-30Wood engraving, black and white
United States Supreme Court Room, Washington City—Chief-Justice Chase and Associates Hearing the Arguments in the Mississippi Injunction Case.Unidentified Unidentified1867-04-27Wood engraving, black and white
Summary Ejectment of One of the Un-Reconstructed from the Capitol at Washington, D.C.Unknown Unknown1867-12-28Wood engraving, black and white
H[enry] WilsonRitchieAlexander Hay Ritchie1868Steel engraving, black and white
Schuyler ColfaxSmithHezekiah W. Smith1868Steel engraving, black and white
The Ladies' Gallery in the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C.BerghausAlbert Berghaus1868-02-01Woodcut, hand-colored
The Gentlemen's Gallery in the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C.BerghausAlbert Berghaus1868-02-01Woodcut, hand-colored
The Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States.JewettWilliam S.L. Jewett1868-02-01Wood engraving, black and white
Senator Morton, of Indiana, Receiving the Congratulations of Senators, after His Speech in the Senate Chamber, Washington, on the 24th of January Last.Unknown Unknown1868-02-15Wood engraving, black and white
A Brace of Dead Ducks.Unknown Unknown1868-03-14Woodcut, black and white
The Impeachment ExcitementUnidentified Unidentified1868-03-14Wood engraving, black and white
Formal Notice of the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, by the House Committee, Thaddeus Stevens and John A. Bingham, at the Bar of the Senate, Washington, D.C. on the 25th Feb.Unknown Unknown1868-03-14Wood engraving, black and white
Impeachment—Thaddeus Stevens and John A. Bingham before the Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-14Wood engraving, black and white
Impeachment—The Impeachment Committee Preparing the Indictment.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-14Woodcut, black and white
Interior of the House of Representatives at Washington—The House in Session.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-14Woodcut, black and white
This Little Boy Would Persist in Handling Books above His Capacity. / And This Was the Disastrous Result. Unknown Unknown1868-03-21Wood engraving, black and white
The Paroquet of the Wh—e Ho—e.Unknown Unknown1868-03-21Wood engraving, black and white
The House Committee, Elected to Manage the Impeachment of the President, Entering the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., on the 4th Inst., to Present the Articles of Impeachment.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-21Wood engraving, black and white
The House Committee of Impeachment Managers in the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., on the 4th Inst.—John A. Bingham, Chairman, Reading the Articles of Impeachment.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-21Wood engraving, black and white
President Johnson's Last Levee at the White House, March 2.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-21Wood engraving, black and white
Portraits of the Managers to Conduct the Impeachment of President Johnson.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-21Wood engraving, black and white
Opening of the High Court of Impeachment, in the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., on Friday, the 13th March, 1868, for the Trial of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
George T. Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate, Serving the Summons on President Johnson.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
Chief Justice Chase, as President of the Court of Impeachment, Administering the Oath to Senator Wade, in the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., on the 6th March.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
Mr. Geo. T. Brown, the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate, Serving on President Johnson, at His Office in the White House, Washington, D.C., the Summons to Appear before the High Court of Impeachment.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
Judge Nelson Administering the Oath to Chief Justice Chase, as Presiding Officer of the Court of Impeachment, in the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., on the 5th March.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
Office of the Secretary of the Senate, Washington, D.C. [sic]—Preparing the Summons for President Johnson to Appear before the Court of Impeachment.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
Mr. Thaddeus Stevens Being Conveyed to the House of Representatives by His Assistants, Joseph Reese and John Chauncey.Unidentified Unidentified1868-03-28Wood engraving, black and white
Scene in the Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., during the Withdrawal of the Senators for Secret Consultation, on the Opening Day of the Court of Impeachment.Unidentified Unidentified1868-04-04Wood engraving, black and white
Scenes and Incidents at the National Capital during the Impeachment Excitement.Unknown Unknown1868-04-04Wood engraving, black and white
The Senate as a Court of Impeachment for the Trial of Andrew Johnson.Unidentified Unidentified1868-04-11Wood engraving, hand-colored
The High Court of Impeachment, in Session in the U.S. Senate Chamber, at Washington, D.C., for the Trial of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States—Benjamin R. Curtis, Esq., of Counsel for the President, Reading the Answer to the Articles of Impeachment, on Monday, March 23d, 1868.Unidentified Unidentified1868-04-11Wood engraving, black and white
J.I. Christie, Messenger of the Senate, Receiving Tickets at the Entrance. / The Impeachment Trial—The Members of the House of Representatives Proceeding to the Senate Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1868-04-11Wood engraving, black and white
The Ladies' Gallery of the Senate during the Impeachment Trial.JewettWilliam S.L. Jewett1868-04-18Wood engraving, black and white
[U.S. Senators]Unidentified Unidentified1868-04-18Wood engraving, black and white
Swearing in a Witness at the Impeachment Trial—Colonel Forney, Secretary of the Senate, Administering the Oath to Gen. W.H. Emory, as a Witness of the Managers, Thursday, 2nd Inst.Unknown Unknown1868-04-18Wood engraving, black and white
Chief-Justice Chase Donning His Judicial Robes in the Vice-President's Room, in the Capitol, at Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1868-04-18Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. B.F. Wade Awaiting the Senate Hour, in the Vice-President's Room, in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1868-04-18Wood engraving, black and white
The Refectory of the Senate, Washington, D.C.—Senators and Their Friends at Luncheon.Unidentified Unidentified1868-05-16Wood engraving, black and white
The Impeachment Trial, Washington, D.C.—Remarkable Scene in the United States Senate, May 6th—The Audience in the Galleries Applauding at the Close of Manager Bingham's Speech.Unidentified Unidentified1868-05-23Wood engraving, black and white
The Impeachment Trial, Washington, D.C.—The Order to Clear the Galleries, May 6th, 1868—Senator Trumbull Moving for the Arrest of the Disorderly Spectators.Unidentified Unidentified1868-05-23Wood engraving, black and white
Scene in the U.S. Senate, May 12th, 1868, Previous to the Opening of the Court of Impeachment—Senator Chandler Denouncing the Republican Non-Conviction Senators.Unidentified Unidentified1868-05-30Woodcut, black and white
Scene in the Senate Lobby, during the Impeachment Excitement, May 11th, 1868.—Press Reporters Importuning a Senator for NewsUnidentified Unidentified1868-05-30Woodcut, black and white
A Significant Dinner Party—Chief Justice Chase Entertaining the "Doubtful" Senators at His Residence in Washington, D.C., on the 11th of May, 1868, after the Adjournment of the Court of Impeachment.Unknown Unknown1868-05-30Wood engraving, black and white
Impeachment—Scene in "Newspaper Row," Washington, on the Night after the Vote.Unidentified Unidentified1868-05-30Wood engraving, black and white
Impeachment—Reporters and Citizens in the Senate Lobby Seeking Information during the Secret Session.Unidentified Unidentified1868-05-30Wood engraving, black and white
Taking the Vote on the Impeachment of President Johnson, Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., May 16th, 1868.—Senator Ross, of Kansas, Voting "Not Guilty."Unidentified Unidentified1868-06-06Wood engraving, black and white
President Johnson Receiving the Congratulations of His Friends, on the Verdict of Acquittal, May 16th, at the White House, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1868-06-06Wood engraving, black and white
The Vice-President's Room.Unknown Unknown1869 ca.Woodcut, hand-colored
Hon. Ben. Wade, Presiding Officer of the Joint Convention of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, Announcing the Election of Ulysses S. Grant as President and Schuyler Colfax as Vice-President of the United States—House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., Feb. 10th 1869.Unidentified Unidentified1869-02-27Wood engraving, hand-colored
Congressional Pests—Lady Lobbyists Importuning Senators, at the Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1869-03-06Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration of President Grant, March 4, 1869.Unidentified Unidentified1869-03-20Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration of Ulysses S. Grant as President of the United States, March 4th, 1869—Chief Justice Chase Administering the Oath of Office—The Scene on and near the East Portico of the Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1869-03-20Wood engraving, black and white
Vice-President Wade Administering the Oath to Schuyler Colfax.Unidentified Unidentified1869-03-20Wood engraving, black and white
The Capitol at Washington during a Night Session of Congress.Unidentified Unidentified1869-05-08Woodcut, hand-colored
George William Curtis.PerineGeorge E. Perine1870Metal engraving, black and white
Sketch, Washington, Adams, JeffersonConstantino Brumidi (1805 -1880) Constantino Brumidi (1805 -1880)1870 ca.Pencil on paper
[Library of Congress in the U.S. Capitol]Unidentified1870 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Senate ChamberUnidentified1870 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room. U.S. Capitol. Washington, D.C.Unidentified1870 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Vice President's Room, U.S. Capitol]Unknown Unknown1870 ca.Photograph, black and white
De Witt ClintonRogersJohn Rogers1870 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
Abraham Lincoln. Unidentified Unidentified1870 ca.Engraving, black and white
[U.S. Senators]W. Wellstood & Co. W. Wellstood & Co.1870 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
[U.S. Representatives]W. Wellstood & Co. W. Wellstood & Co.1870 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
Dan[ie]l WebsterButtreJ. C. Buttre1870 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
"Time Works Wonders."Unidentified Unidentified1870-04-09Wood engraving, black and white
Music Evening at the Capitol Grounds, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1870-07-23Woodcut, hand-colored
Old House of Representatives, Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1870-1878 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Marble Room, Senate.]Unidentified1870-1885Photograph, black and white
[U.S. Capitol Interiors]Unknown Unknown1870-1890 ca.Engraving, black and white
[U.S. Capitol Interiors]Unknown Unknown1871 ca.Engraving, black and white
The Congressional Library, Capitol, Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1871-01-21Wood engraving, hand-colored
The Senate of the United States.Unknown Unknown1871-02-11Wood engraving, black and white
The Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate in Session.Unknown Unknown1871-02-11Wood engraving, black and white
Calling a Senator.RichardsonRussell C. Richardson1871-02-11Wood engraving, black and white
On the Way to the Cupola.Andrew and SonJohn Andrew and Son1871-02-11Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Removal of Hon. Charles Sumner from the Chairmanship of the Committee on Foreign Relations—Scene in Reception Room, Capitol; Mr. Sumner Receiving the Sympathy of His Colleagues.Unidentified Unidentified1871-04-01Wood engraving, hand-colored
Washington, D.C.—The Senate Committee for the Investigation of Southern Outrages—Scene in the Retrenchment Committee's Room, Capitol.—Hearing the Statement of a School-Teacher from New York, Who Had Been "Run Out" by the Ku-Klux.Unknown Unknown1871-04-08Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Hon. Charles Sumner in His Study, at His Residence, Corner of H and Fifteenth Streets.Unidentified Unidentified1871-04-22Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Vice-President Colfax, While Presiding in the Senate, Seized with an Alarming Attack of Illness, May 22d.Unknown Unknown1871-06-10Wood engraving, black and white
Wash-Day in Congress.Unidentified Unidentified1871-12-30Wood engraving, black and white
Public Buildings in Washington.FilmerJohn Filmer1872Steel engraving, hand-colored
Washington from Arlington Heights.HinshelwoodRobert Hinshelwood1872Steel engraving, hand-colored
Sam[uel] F.B. MorseUnidentified Unidentified1872Metal engraving, black and white
[U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1872Steel engraving, black and white
Interior View of the U.S. Senate Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1872 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
What the Senatorial Cabal Can Not "Blow Over."Unidentified Unidentified1872-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
The "Liberal" Conspirators (Who, You All Know, Are Honorable Men).Unidentified Unidentified1872-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
A Few Washington Sketches.—In the Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1872-03-23Wood engraving, black and white
United States Senate Theatre.Unidentified Unidentified1872-03-30Wood engraving, black and white
The Presidential Fever on the Supreme Bench.Unknown Unknown1872-04-06Wood engraving, black and white
Will Robinson Crusoe (Sumner) Forsake His Man Friday?Unidentified Unidentified1872-04-20Wood engraving, black and white
Vindicated!—Sweeping Accusations.Unidentified Unidentified1872-06-22Wood engraving, black and white
The Last Shot of the Honorable Senator from Massachusetts.—He Pulled the Long-Bow Once Too Often.Unidentified Unidentified1872-06-22Wood engraving, black and white
The Old Hash Warmed Up Again.Unidentified Unidentified1872-06-22Wood engraving, black and white
Any Thing to Get In.Unidentified Unidentified1872-08-10Wood engraving, black and white
Will the Senator from Massachusetts Do This, to Make His Words Good?Unidentified Unidentified1872-08-17Wood engraving, black and white
"I Am Completely Floored!" [—Chief Justice John Marshall]Unknown Unknown1872-12Wood engraving, black and white
"Light Up!" [The British Burn the U.S. Capitol]Unknown Unknown1872-12Wood engraving, black and white
"Let Us Have Complete Restoration, While You Are About It."Unidentified Unidentified1872-12-28Wood engraving, black and white
H[enry] ClayUnidentified Unidentified1873Steel engraving, black and white
William H. SewardUnidentified Unidentified1873Metal engraving, black and white
Dan[ie]l WebsterUnidentified Unidentified1873Steel engraving, black and white
J[ohn] C[aldwell] CalhounUnknown Unknown1873Metal engraving, black and white
The Inauguration. Washington, D.C.—The Grand Procession Wheeling into the Grounds of the Capitol and Marching Past the President and Cabinet—The West Point Cadets Passing the Portico.Unknown Unknown1873-03-15Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration—The Procession from the Senate Chamber Passing through the Rotunda to the East Steps of the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1873-03-15Wood engraving, black and white
The Second Inauguration of President Grant, March 4, 1873.Unidentified Unidentified1873-03-22Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration Ball—Arrival of the President's Party.Unidentified after Charles S. Reinhart Unidentified after Charles S. Reinhart1873-03-22Wood engraving, hand-colored
[Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration]Unknown Unknown1873-03-22Wood engraving, black and white
Washington D.C.—The Great Inauguration Ball on Tuesday Evening, the 4th of March, in the Temporary Building in Judiciary Square.Unknown Unknown1873-03-22Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C. The Inauguration Scene in the Senate Chamber at the Capitol Swearing in the Vice-President.Unknown Unknown1873-03-22Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration—Scene in the Supper Room—The Old Guard at the Ball.Unknown Unknown1873-03-22Wood engraving, black and white
The Second Inauguration of General Grant as President of the United States at WashingtonUnknown Unknown1873-03-29Wood engraving, black and white
The Late Chief Justice [Salmon P.] Chase.Unknown Unknown1873-05-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington.-The Late Chief-Justice Chase's Body Lying in State in the Supreme Court Room at the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1873-05-31Paper
Washington.—Entrance of the Funeral Procession into the Senate Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1873-05-31Wood engraving, black and white
In the Capitol—Marble Hall.Unidentified Unidentified1873-09-13Wood engraving, black and white
In the Capitol—Central Room, Congressional Library.Unidentified Unidentified1873-09-13Wood engraving, black and white
In the Capitol—Lobby of the Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1873-09-13Wood engraving, black and white
In the Capitol—The Senate Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1873-09-13Wood engraving, black and white
In the Capitol—Ladies' Reception Room.Unidentified Unidentified1873-09-13Wood engraving, black and white
In the Capitol—Hall of the House of Representatives.Unidentified Unidentified1873-09-13Wood engraving, black and white
The United States Senate Chamber, with Portraits of Some of the MembersUnknown Unknown1873-12-13Wood engraving, black and white
[Senate Chamber]Unidentified1873-1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
[The Marble Room, United States Senate]Unidentified1874 ca.Photograph, black and white
The United States Senate in Session.Unknown Unknown1874-01-03Wood engraving, hand-colored
The Great National Circus,Unidentified Unidentified1874-01-31Wood engraving, black and white
Notice.—No Cartoon This Week.Unidentified Unidentified1874-01-31Wood engraving, black and white
The Vacant Chair.Unidentified Unidentified1874-04-04Wood engraving, black and white
The Body of Charles Sumner Lying in State in the Rotunda of the Capitol at Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1874-04-04Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. William B. Washburn, Governor of Massachusetts and United States Senator-Elect to Fill the Unexpired Term of the Late Senator Sumner.Unknown Unknown1874-05-09Wood engraving, black and white
"Peevish School-Boys, Worthless of Such Honor."Unidentified Unidentified1874-06-06Wood engraving, black and white
"Don't Let Us Have Any More of This Nonsense. It Is a Good Trait to Stand by One's Friends; But?"Unidentified1874-07-18Wood engraving, black and white
Now Gnaw Away!Unidentified Unidentified1874-12-05Wood engraving, black and white
House of Representatives, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.Unidentified1874-1878Photograph, black and white
The Senate Chamber, (Capitol,) Washington, D.C.Kilburn Brothers Kilburn Brothers1875 - 1890 ca.Photograph, black and white
Marble Room in the U.S. CapitolBell and Brothers Bell and Brothers1875 ca.Photograph, black and white
S[tephen]. A. DouglasMcRaeJohn C. McRae1875 ca.Steel engraving, black and white
At the Door.Unidentified Unidentified1875-01-30Wood engraving, black and white
Senator Johnson at the Tomb of Schurz.Unknown Unknown1875-01-30Wood engraving, black and white
New United States Senators.Unknown Unknown1875-02-06Wood engraving, black and white
[U.S. Senators-Elect.]Unknown Unknown1875-02-13Wood engraving, black and white
Under Parole of Honor—The Ex-Officers of the Ex-Confederate Army in Congress.Unidentified Unidentified1875-03-13Wood engraving, black and white
A Legitimate Question about Home Rule.Unidentified Unidentified1875-03-13Wood engraving, black and white
Republican Candidates in Training for the Presidential Race.Unidentified Unidentified1875-07-24Wood engraving, black and white
That Irredeemable Rag Baby.Unidentified Unidentified1875-09-04Wood engraving, black and white
"Holy Murder!!!"Unidentified Unidentified1875-10-09Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Body of the Late Vice-President Henry Wilson Lying in State in the Rotunda of the Capitol, Thursday, November 25th.Unidentified Unidentified1875-12-11Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Funeral Service over the Remains of the Late Vice-President Henry Wilson, in the United States Senate Chamber, Friday, November 26th.Unidentified Unidentified1875-12-11Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. Thomas W. Ferry, of Michigan, Acting Vice-President of the United States.Unidentified Unidentified1875-12-11Wood engraving, black and white
Death of the Late Vice-President Henry Wilson, in the Vice-President's Room, at the Capitol, in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday Morning, November 22d.Unknown Unknown1875-12-11Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Press Reporters at the Telegraph Office in the House of Representatives Sending Off Dispatches on the Opening Day of the Forty-Fourth Congress.Unknown Unknown1875-12-18Wood engraving, black and white
[President's Room, Senate]Unidentified1875-1886Photograph, black and white
[The Interior of the U.S. Capitol.]Unidentified1876Photograph, black and white
[Senate Chamber]Unidentified1876Photograph, black and white
American Architecture. National Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unknown Unknown1876 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Fraud in High Places—How Long Will It Last?Unidentified Unidentified1876-03-18Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D. C.—Hon. Hiester Clymer, Chairman of the Committee on Expenditures in the War Department, Reading to the House of Representatives the Report and Resolutions Asking for the Impeachment of W.W. Belknap, Late Secretary of War.Unknown Unknown1876-03-18Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Interview, at the White House, between President Grant and Secretary Belknap.Unknown Unknown1876-03-18Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Committee-Room of the War Department in the Capitol—General W.W. Belknap, Secretary of War, Appearing before the Committee on Expenditures.Unknown Unknown1876-03-18Wood engraving, black and white
It Struck (in Blowing Over).—Picking Even the Poor Soldiers' Bones to Feather Their Nest.Unidentified Unidentified1876-03-25Wood engraving, black and white
"Fixing Things"—A Proper Steering Apparatus Found.Unidentified Unidentified1876-03-25Wood engraving, black and white
In for It.Unidentified Unidentified1876-03-25Wood engraving, black and white
American Sketches: Scene in the Rotunda, Washington.B.J. B.1876-04-15Woodcut, hand-colored
The Presidential Election in the United States / Before the Capitol, WashingtonUnknown Unknown1876-11-18Wood engraving, black and white
Compromise—Indeed!Unidentified Unidentified1877-01-27Wood engraving, black and white
Ex-Judge David Davis (Now Senator), at Home, after Wandering Abroad for Many a Year.Unidentified Unidentified1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
A Truce—Not a Compromise, but a Chance for High-Toned Gentlemen to Retire Gracefully from Their Very Civil Declarations of War.Unidentified Unidentified1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
The Electoral Commission in Session in the Supreme Court Chamber.Unknown Unknown1877-02-17Wood engraving, hand-colored
The Hon. John R. M'Pherson [sic], United States Senator-Elect from New Jersey.Unidentified Unidentified1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Messrs. Wells and Anderson, the Two White Members of the Louisiana Returning Board, Confined in the "Bastile" in the Capitol Building.Unknown Unknown1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Joint Session of Congress in the House of Representatives, February 1st, Counting the Presidential Vote—Vice-President Ferry Passing to the Tellers the First Certificate of the State of Florida.Unknown Unknown1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
Counting the Electoral Vote—David Dudley Field Objects to the Vote of Florida.Unidentified Unidentified1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Members of the Louisiana Returning Board Arraigned before the Bar of the House of Representatives, January 27th.Unknown Unknown1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D. C.—The Members of the Electoral Commission Appointed to Adjudicate upon the Disputed Points in the Presidential Election of November, 1876.Unknown Unknown1877-02-17Wood engraving, black and white
Washington. D.C.—The Electoral Commission in Session in the United States Supreme Court Room, February 2d—The Hon. David Dudley Field Opening the Florida Case on Behalf of the Tilden Objectors.Unknown Unknown1877-02-24Woodcut, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Character Scenes of the Electoral Commission in Session, February 6thUnknown Unknown1877-02-24Wood engraving, hand-colored
More Bravado?Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-03Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Characteristic Sketches of Our Statesmen at the National—CapitalUnidentified Unidentified1877-03-03Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Electoral Contest—The United States Senators Entering the House of Representatives, with the Electoral Certificates, to Re-Open the Joint Session, February 12th.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-03Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Democratic Members of Congress Signing the Protest to the Counting of the Louisiana Electoral Votes, in the House of Representatives, February 19th.Unknown Unknown1877-03-10Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Electoral Commission Holding a Secret Session by Candlelight, on the Louisiana Question, February 16th.Unknown Unknown1877-03-10Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration—Vice-President Wheeler Taking the Oath of Office in the Senate Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-12Wood engraving, hand-colored
Washington, D.C.—The New National Administration—The Inauguration of President Rutherford B. Hayes, March 5th, 1877—The Ceremony on the East Portico of the Capitol, with Bird's-Eye View of Washington City.Unknown Unknown1877-03-17Wood engraving, black and white
The Presidency—Mr. Ferry Announcing the Result of the Count.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-17Wood engraving, hand-colored
"Another Such Victory, and I Am Undone."Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The New Administration—President Pro Tem. Ferry Administering the Oath of Office to Vice-President Wheeler in the Senate Chamber, March 5th.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Woodcut, hand-colored
Our New President—Vice-President Wheeler Taking the Oath in the Senate-Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Woodcut, hand-colored
Our New President—Pennsylvania Avenue at Night, March 5.Unidentified after Theodore R. Davis Unidentified after Theodore R. Davis1877-03-24Woodcut, black and white
President Grant and His Cabinet at the Capitol, Midnight, March 3.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Woodcut, hand-colored
Our New President—Taking the Oath.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Our New President—General View of the Inauguration Ceremonies.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Hayes—Mrs. Grant Entertaining President and Mrs. Hayes and Party at Lunch, in the White House, after the Inauguration, on March 5th.Unidentified after Albert Berghaus and Harry Ogden Unidentified after Albert Berghaus and Harry Ogden1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Extra Session of the Senate—President Pro Tem. Ferry Bowing Down Mr. Kellogg of Louisiana, March 6th. After Objections Had Been Raised to His Taking the Oath of Office.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Hayes, March 5th—The Ovation in the Evening at the White House.Unidentified after Albert Berghaus and Harry Ogden Unidentified after Albert Berghaus and Harry Ogden1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Hayes—Scenes and Incidents of the Ceremonies of March 5th.Unidentified Unidentified1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Hayes—The Torchlight Procession, on the Evening of March 5th, Marching up Pennsylvania Avenue towards the White House.Unidentified after Albert Berghaus and Harry Ogden Unidentified after Albert Berghaus and Harry Ogden1877-03-24Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The New Administration—Hon. William A. Wheeler, Vice-President of the United States, Presiding over the Senate.Unknown Unknown1877-03-31Woodcut, black and white
The Lightning Speed of Honesty.Unidentified Unidentified1877-11-24Wood engraving, black and white
The Ship of State in a Storm—The Ballast Becoming Unmanageable.Unknown Unknown1877-12-15Wood engraving, black and white
The Mandarin in the Senate.Unidentified1877-12-22Wood engraving, black and white
"Ideal Money."Unidentified Unidentified1878-01-19Wood engraving, black and white
The First Step toward National Bankruptcy.Unidentified Unidentified1878-02-16Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Potter Investigation Committee in Session in the Basement of the Old Capitol—The Cross-Examination, on June 4th, of the Witness Anderson by Congressman Reed.Unidentified Unidentified1878-06-22Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D. C.—Sitzung des Krongress-Komite's zur untersuchung der bei der letzen Präsidentenwahl verübten Betrügereien im Erdgesschosse des alten Kapitols, Juni 1878.Unknown Unknown1878-07-01Wood engraving, black and white
Dialogue Probable. Unidentified Unidentified1879Wood engraving, black and white
Key to Mrs. Fassett's Picture. The Electoral Commission.Gedney, Photo.-Lith. Gedney, Photo.-Lith.1879Wood engraving, black and white
A Matter of Taste.Unidentified Unidentified1879-03-15Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. James Shields, United States Senator from Missouri.Unknown Unknown1879-03-15Wood engraving, black and white
The Southern Cock.Unidentified Unidentified1879-04-02Lithograph, colored
"When Lovely Women Stoops to Lobby"—A Capital Picture.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1879-04-02Lithograph, colored
"We Have Come to Stay."Unidentified Unidentified1879-04-19Wood engraving, black and white
"National Importance."Unidentified Unidentified1879-06-14Wood engraving, black and white
The David Davis Boom.Unidentified Unidentified1879-06-21Wood engraving, black and white
The Amenities of Senatorial Debate.Unknown Unknown1879-07-05Wood engraving, black and white
"I Do Refer Me to the Oracle."Unidentified Unidentified1879-07-12Wood engraving, black and white
Scenes in the National Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1879-07-26Wood engraving, black and white
Now Then, Butt Away!Unknown Unknown1879-11-22Wood engraving, black and white
Borrowed Plumes—Mr. Jackdaw Conkling.Unidentified Unidentified1879-12-20Wood engraving, black and white
Corridor in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.,U.S.A.Unidentified1879-1910 ca.Photograph, black and white
Reception Room [House], Capitol, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.Unidentified Unidentified1880 ca.Photograph, black and white
James Gillespie Blaine, Ritter vom blutigen hemd.Unknown Unknown1880 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Senator Thomas Francis Bayard, der Mann mit dem eifernen Princip.Unknown Unknown1880 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
[U.S. Senate Chamber]Unidentified Unidentified1880 ca.Lithograph, black and white
[U.S. Capitol and Other Government Building Interiors]Unknown Unknown1880 ca.Lithograph, black and white
Gen'l. Joseph R. Hawley. United States SenatorUnknown Unknown1880 ca.Photograph, black and white
U.S. Senate ChamberJ. N. Todd J. N. Todd1880 ca.Photograph, black and white
Puck Wants "A Strong Man at the Head of Government"—But Not This Kind.Unidentified Unidentified1880-02-04Lithograph, colored
Gallery of Possible Presidential Candidates. No. 2.— Hon. David Davis, United States Senator from Illinois.Unknown Unknown1880-04-24Wood engraving, black and white
Gallery of Possible Presidential Candidates. No. 3.— Hon. James G. Blaine, United States Senator from Maine.Unknown Unknown1880-05-01Wood engraving, black and white
A Pictorial History of the Geneva Award.Unknown Unknown1880-05-14Wood engraving, black and white
Our Republic Is Always "Going to the Dogs"—According to Those Who Can Not Run It.Unidentified Unidentified1880-05-15Woodcut, hand-colored
Gallery of Possible Presidential Candidates. No. 7— Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, United States Senator from Delaware.Unknown Unknown1880-05-29Wood engraving, black and white
Gallery of Possible Presidential Candidates. No. 8.— Hon. George F. Edmunds, United States Senator from Vermont.Unknown Unknown1880-06-05Wood engraving, black and white
The Way Mr. Conkling's Colleague Should Not Enter the 47th Congress.Unidentified Unidentified1880-12-29Lithograph, colored
[U.S. Senators-Elect]Unknown Unknown1881-01-29Wood engraving, black and white
The New Senate of the United States.Unidentified Unidentified1881-02-05Wood engraving, black and white
The New Senate of the United States.Unidentified Unidentified1881-02-05Wood engraving, black and white
The Quack Doctor's Last Dose.Unidentified Unidentified1881-02-09Lithograph, colored
In Danger.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1881-02-09Lithograph, colored
Hannibal Hamlin, Lincoln's Vice-PresidentUnidentified Unidentified1881-02-09Lithograph, colored
The New Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1881-02-12Wood engraving, black and white
[U.S. Senators]Unknown Unknown1881-02-19Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Official Count of the Electoral Votes for President and Vice-President, in the Hall of the Representatives, February 9th.Unidentified Unidentified1881-02-26Wood engraving, black and white
Bählung der Elektoral-Stimmen in Washington, am 9. Februar 1881.Unidentified Unidentified1881-02-26Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Character Sketches at the National Capital during the Session of Congress.Unknown Unknown1881-02-26Wood engraving, black and white
Southern Senators in the Cloak-Room.Unidentified Unidentified1881-03Wood engraving, black and white
The Supreme Court Chamber.MayerH. Y. Mayer1881-03Wood engraving, black and white
Garfield's Bond of Friendship for the Unfriendly Senators.Unknown Unknown1881-03-02Lithograph, colored
Hon. John I. Mitchell, U.S. Senator-Elect from Pennsylvania.Unknown Unknown1881-03-12Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration of President Garfield.Unidentified Unidentified1881-03-18Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Garfield.—View of the Grand Military and Civic Procession on Pennsylvania Avenue, Looking from the Dome of the Capitol.Unknown Unknown1881-03-19Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Incidents of the Inauguration of President Garfield, March 4th.Unknown Unknown1881-03-19Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration of President Garfield—Scenes in Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1881-03-19Wood engraving, black and white
Washington. D.C.—General J. A. Garfield legt vor dem Oberbundesrichter Waite den Amtseid ab. 4. März 1881.Unknown Unknown1881-03-19Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Incidents of Life at the National Capital during a Session of Congress.Unknown Unknown1881-04-09Wood engraving, black and white
Allan G. Thurman, The Veteran Ohio Democrat.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1881-04-13Lithograph, hand-colored
This Is Not the New York Stock Exchange, It Is the Patronage Exchange, Called U.S. Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1881-04-13Lithograph, colored
Waiting.Unidentified Unidentified1881-04-20Lithograph, colored
Rewards and Punishments in the United States Senate.Unknown Unknown1881-04-30Wood engraving, black and white
Can He Do It?Unknown Unknown1881-05-07Wood engraving, black and white
IS THERE TO BE A POWER BEHIND THE THRONE?Unidentified1881-05-14Wood engraving, black and white
"This Puts Me in the Devil of a Position!"Unknown Unknown1881-05-25Lithograph, colored
A Harmless Explosion.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1881-05-25Lithograph, colored
'Tis But a Step—From the Banquet Hall to the "Black Maria."Unidentified Unidentified1881-05-25Lithograph, colored
LET HIM A-LONE, NOW HE'S COME HOME......Unidentified1881-06-04Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Scene in the Senate Chamber on the Announcement of the Resignation of Senators Conkling and Platt, of New York, May 16th.Unidentified Unidentified1881-06-04Wood engraving, black and white
Washington. D.C.—Resignation der new-yorker Bundes-Senatoren R. Conkling und T.C. Platt am 16. Mei 1881.—Vizepräsident Arthur legt die Briefe derselben dem Senate vor.—Aufregung in Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1881-06-04Wood engraving, hand-colored
And It Was Bad for the Bull.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1881-06-08Lithograph, colored
Dead Lock. "Tis but a Little Faded Curl!"Unidentified Unidentified1881-06-08Wood engraving, black and white
THE SPOIL-ED.Unidentified1881-06-11Wood engraving, black and white
There Is Still a Future for the Ex-Senator—Unidentified Unidentified1881-06-15Lithograph, colored
A FALLING OFF--OF BOSSES.Unidentified1881-06-25Wood engraving, black and white
POUND HIM.Unidentified1881-07-09Wood engraving, black and white
Out-"Shining" Everybody in Humiliation at Albany.Unidentified1881-07-16Wood engraving, black and white
Plucked of His Plumage (or Patronage).Unidentified Unidentified1881-08-06Wood engraving, black and white
Inauguration of President Lincoln, in Front of the Capitol, at Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1881-10-01Wood engraving, black and white
Hon. David Davis, President Pro Tem. of the United States Senate.Unknown Unknown1881-10-29Wood engraving, black and white
Sectional Elevation Senate Wing U.S. Capitol.Unknown Unknown1881-12-31Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Dome of the Capitol Illuminated during a Session of Congress.Unknown Unknown1881-12-31Wood engraving, black and white
Georgetown and the City of Washington[,] the Capital of the United States of America.Unknown Unknown1882Engraving, hand-colored
Daniel Webster.Unidentified Unidentified1882-01-21Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Memorial Services in Honor of the Late President Garfield, in the Hall of the House of Representatives, Feb. 27th.Unknown Unknown1882-03-11Wood engraving, black and white
Our Sluggish Congress.Unknown Unknown1882-04-08Wood engraving, black and white
Sketches in the Capitol, Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1882-04-08Lithograph, black and white
Our National Capitol, Viewed from the South.Unidentified Unidentified1882-05-20Woodcut, hand-colored
The Great Congressional Tramp Bullying the Old Women of the National Household.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1882-07-12Lithograph, colored
The Garden Party of the Monopolists—Louis XV. Style.Unidentified Unidentified1882-09-20Lithograph, colored
Another Deluge.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1882-10-18Lithograph, colored
The Garfield Monument Fair, Washington, D.C.—in the Rotunda.Unidentified Unidentified1882-12-09Wood engraving, black and white
Hubbell Wants to Be Senator.Unidentified Unidentified1882-12-12Lithograph, colored
Washington, D.C.—Painting the Dome of the Capitol.Unknown Unknown1882-12-16Wood engraving, black and white
All Honor to Senator Pendleton.Unidentified Unidentified1883-01-13Wood engraving, black and white
Congressional Contempt.Unidentified Unidentified1883-01-31Lithograph, colored
Overtraining Young Horses.Unidentified Unidentified1883-01-31Lithograph, colored
Let the Political Army Have New Drums Also!Unidentified Unidentified1883-02-14Lithograph, colored
Our Congressman.Unidentified Unidentified1883-02-14Lithograph, colored
A Dreadful Attack of "Presidential Fever" in the U.S. Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1883-02-21Lithograph, colored
Eine Schwache Berbindungs-Brücke.Unidentified Unidentified1883-12-26Lithograph, colored
An Artist's Rambles in Washington.—No. 2: Scenes during the Session of Congress.Unknown Unknown1883-12-29Wood engraving, black and white
The National Grab-Bag—"Help Yourself!"J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1884Lithograph, colored
An Artist's Rambles in Washington.—No. 3: The Senate Lobby and the Floor of the House.Unknown Unknown1884-01-05Wood engraving, black and white
The United States Senate.—Portraits of the Chairmen of Some of the More Important Committees.Unknown Unknown1884-01-26Wood engraving, black and white
An Artist's Rambles in Washington.—No. 5: The Introduction of Bills in the U.S. Senate.Unknown Unknown1884-02-09Wood engraving, black and white
Once the Senatorial Apollo—Now the Court-Jester.Unidentified Unidentified1884-04-23Lithograph, colored
Helping the Rascals In.—A Burglarious Scheme That May Be Suddenly Spoiled.Unidentified Unidentified1884-10-22Lithograph, colored
A Preliminary Set-To.Unidentified Unidentified1884-10-22Lithograph, colored
The Transfusion of Blood.—May the Operation Prove a Success!Unidentified Unidentified1884-12-03Lithograph, colored
"Whitelaw Reid Refuses to Accept the New York Senatorship"Unidentified Unidentified1884-12-03Lithograph, colored
Puck's Review of the Past Year.Unidentified Unidentified1884-12-31Lithograph, colored
The Knight of the Wind-bag Enters the Senatorial Field.Unidentified Unidentified1884-12-31Lithograph, colored
Expulsion of Senator Bright from the United States Senate for Disloyalty. His Final Defence [sic]. Unidentified Unidentified1885Wood engraving, black and white
[Daniel Webster]Unknown Unknown1885 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
Hit 'Em Again.Franklin Square Lith. Co. Franklin Square Lith. Co.1885-01-09Lithograph, colored
The Senatorial Puppet-Show.Unidentified Unidentified1885-01-21Lithograph, colored
"The Soul of Blaine" Still on the Rampage.Unidentified Unidentified1885-01-21Lithograph, colored
The Bugaboo of Congress.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog.1885-02-04Lithograph, colored
The Dynamiter's False Friends.Unidentified Unidentified1885-02-04Lithograph, colored
From the Monument.Unidentified Unidentified1885-02-21Wood engraving, black and white
Winter at the National Capital—A Night Session.ReddingWilliam H. Redding1885-03-07Wood engraving, hand-colored
Washington, D.C.—Arrival of Military and Other Organizations to Participate in the Inauguration of the President-Elect—Passing the Peace Monument, near the West Front of the Capitol.Unknown Unknown1885-03-07Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—The Inauguration of President Cleveland, March 4th.—Popular Ovation to the President at the Moment of the Administration of the Oath of Office.Unidentified Unidentified1885-03-14Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration—Mr. Cleveland Delivering the Inaugural Address.Unidentified Unidentified1885-03-14Wood engraving, black and white
The Inauguration—President Arthur and Mr. Cleveland Leaving the White House for the Capitol.Unidentified after Thure de Thulstrup Unidentified after Thure de Thulstrup1885-03-14Wood engraving, black and white
Washington, D.C.—Character Sketches in and about the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1885-03-14Wood engraving, black and white
New Bureau Officers.Unidentified Unidentified1885-03-28Wood engraving, hand-colored
Puck's Political Faith-Cure.Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. Mayer, Merkel & Ottmann Lithog. 1885-05-20Lithograph, colored
"Waiting."Unidentified Unidentified1885-06-10Lithograph, colored
Two Political Paths.Unidentified Unidentified1885-06-10Lithograph, colored
Is the Bull Mad? Yes, the Bull Is Mad. Why Is the Bull Mad? Because He Sees a Red Rag. Is the Boy Mad? Oh, No, the Boy Is Glad. Why Is the Boy Glad? Because the Bull Is Mad.Franklin Square Lith. Co. Franklin Square Lith. Co.1885-10-03Lithograph, colored
Hon. John Sherman, President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate.StaudenbaurR. Staudenbaur1885-12-19Wood engraving, black and white
Oeffnet die Thore!J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1886 ca.Lithograph, colored
The United States Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1886-01-16Wood engraving, black and white
The President Declines to Furnish Official Papers to the Senate in Secret Session.Unidentified Unidentified1886-02-06Wood engraving, black and white
Open the Doors!J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1886-03-03Lithograph, colored
Interior of the New Dome of the Capitol at Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1861-03-09Wood engraving, black and white
Cleveland As Cromwell—With a Difference.Unknown Unknown1886-03-20Lithograph, colored
Arlington.Unidentified Unidentified1886-05-29Woodcut, black and white
The Statue of Daniel Webster at Concord, New Hampshire.Unknown Unknown1886-06-19Wood engraving, black and white
"Mugwump!!!"Unidentified Unidentified1886-06-23Lithograph, colored
Serving Two Masters.Unidentified Unidentified1886-06-23Lithograph, colored
"The Profits of the Senatorial Business."Unidentified Unidentified1886-07-07Lithograph, colored
The Senatorial Round-House.Unidentified Unidentified1886-07-10Wood engraving, black and white
A Pretty Dish to Set before the Nation!Unidentified Unidentified1886-08-04Lithograph, colored
President Cleveland Will Protect the National Cornfield Himself.Unidentified Unidentified1886-08-11Lithograph, colored
Samuel J. Tilden—Died, August 4th, 1886.Unidentified Unidentified1886-08-11Lithograph, colored
Cupid in the Senate—Jones His Seat.Unknown Unknown1886-12-11Wood engraving, black and white
"An Unnecessary Burden."Unidentified Unidentified1886-12-18Wood engraving, black and white
The Senatorial Toboggan Slide.Sackett, Wilhelms & Betzig Lith. Sackett, Wilhelms & Betzig Lith.1886-12-18Lithograph, colored
Washington, Senate ChamberUnidentified1886-1890 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Capitol—Washington.Unknown Unknown1887 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
The Funeral of General Logan—Lying in State in the Rotunda of the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1887-01-08Wood engraving, black and white
The Senate of the Future—A Close Corporation of Millionaires.Unidentified Unidentified1887-01-19Lithograph, colored
Our Senatorial Gordon Cumming.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1887-02-09Lithograph, colored
The Attack on the Surplus.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1887-02-23Lithograph, colored
Sketches in Washington—In and about the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1887-02-26Woodcut, hand-colored
Sketches in the United States Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1887-03-12Wood engraving, black and white
The Garfield Monument Unveiled at Washington, D.C., on May 12, 1887.Unknown Unknown1887-05-14Wood engraving, black and white
Re-Appearance of the Political Robert Macaire.Unidentified Unidentified1887-06-22Lithograph, colored
The Ideals of 1863 and the Idol of 1887—The Decadence of a Great Party.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1887-10-19Lithograph, colored
The Opening of the Congressional Session.Unidentified Unidentified1887-12-07Lithograph, colored
The Rotunda.Unknown Unknown1888Woodcut, hand-colored
The Capitol — West Front.Unidentified Unidentified1888Wood engraving, hand-colored
Plan of the Senate Chamber.Unknown Unknown1888Wood engraving, black and white
Officers of the Senate & House of RepresentativesUnknown Unknown1888 ca.Photograph, black and white
Is It Coming to This?Unidentified Unidentified1888-01-21Lithograph, colored
The Supreme Court of the United States.Unidentified Unidentified1888-01-28Woodcut, black and white
Blaine Resigns the Leadership.—Who Will Wear the Mantle Now?Unidentified Unidentified1888-02-25Lithograph, colored
The National Leap Year Party—Whom Will She Choose for the Next Dance?Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1888-03-03Lithograph, hand-colored
The Old Granny Tea-Party.—Rocking-Chair Candidates for 1888.Unidentified Unidentified1888-03-14Lithograph, colored
Senator William B. Allison, of Iowa.StaudenbaurR. Staudenbaur1888-03-17Wood engraving, black and white
Spring Fashions for 1888.Unidentified Unidentified1888-04-21Lithograph, colored
Roscoe Conkling.Unknown Unknown1888-04-21Wood engraving, black and white
The Senate School.Unidentified Unidentified1888-05-12Wood engraving, black and white
Those Dangerous Wires.Unidentified Unidentified1888-05-19Lithograph, hand-colored
The Red-headed Girls and the White Horse.Unidentified Unidentified1888-05-26Lithograph, colored
Hon. John James Ingalls, of Kansas, President of the Senate of the United States.Unidentified Unidentified1888-07-07Lithograph, black and white
"The Lobbyist."Unknown Unknown1888-08-04Lithograph, hand-colored
Representative Northern and Southern Senators.Unidentified Unidentified1888-08-11Lithograph, black and white
It Won't Do!Unidentified Unidentified1888-08-15Lithograph, colored
A Stormy Sitting. [Official Reporter of the House of Representatives]Unidentified Unidentified1888-09-15Lithograph, black and white
Hopeless and Helpless.Unknown Unknown1888-10-03Lithograph, colored
Uncle Sam's Thanksgiving Turkey.Unidentified Unidentified1888-11-28Lithograph, colored
The Capitol.Unknown Unknown1889Wood engraving, black and white
Senators' Reception-Room. [Marble Room]Unknown Unknown1889Engraving, black and white
Gulliver Morton unter den Riefen im Senatorenland.Unidentified Unidentified1889 ca.Lithograph, colored
The Senate Chamber, Washington.Unknown Unknown1889 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
Hall of Representatives, Washington.Unknown Unknown1889 ca.Wood engraving, black and white
The Senate Chamber.Unidentified Unidentified1889 ca.Woodcut, hand-colored
The Bosses of the Senate.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1889-01-23Lithograph, colored
Female Lobbyists at Washington. D.C.—A Scene in the Marble Room of the Capitol.Unknown Unknown1889-03-09Wood engraving, black and white
Sketches in Washington before the Inauguration.Unidentified Unidentified1889-03-09Lithograph, hand-colored
Washington, D.C.—Inauguration of Benjamin Harrison as President of the United States, March 4th—General View of the Eastern Portico of the Capitol during the Inauguration Ceremonies. / The President Taking the Oath of Office. / President Harrison Reviewing the Procession at the White House, after the Inauguration.Unknown Unknown1889-03-09Wood engraving, hand-colored
The Inauguration of President Harrison—The Procession Returning from the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1889-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
President Harrison Taking the Oath of Office.Unidentified Unidentified1889-03-16Wood engraving, black and white
Gulliver Morton Among the Senatorial Brobdignaggians [sic].Unidentified Unidentified1889-03-27Lithograph, hand-colored
They All Do It—Cringing before the Irish Vote and Support.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1889-04-03Lithograph, colored
Times Have Changed.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1889-10-23Lithograph, colored
Political Football.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1889-10-26Lithograph, colored
Capt. Isaac BassettHallHarry O. Hall1890 ca.Photograph, black and white
[U.S. Senate Chamber with Isaac Bassett and Pages]Unknown Unknown1890 ca.Photograph, black and white
[Isaac Bassett]ParkerCharles Parker1890 ca.Photograph, black and white
Senate Chamber, U.S. Capital [sic]Underwood & Underwood Underwood & Underwood1890 ca.Photograph, black and white
In the Political Surf.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1890 ca.Lithograph, colored
The Political "Angelus."Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1890-01-18Lithograph, colored
The Way We Become Senator Nowadays.Unidentified Unidentified1890-01-22Lithograph, colored
The "Social Precedence" Agony in Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1890-01-22Lithograph, colored
Better No Senate Than a Boodle Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1890-01-29Lithograph, colored
"We Love It for the Enemies It Has Made."Unidentified Unidentified1890-01-29Lithograph, colored
The Centennial of the Supreme Court of the United States—Portraits of the Chief-Justices from the Formation of the Court, and of the Present Associate Justices.Gray Gray1890-02-08Woodcut, black and white
None but Millionaires Need Apply. —The Coming Style of Presidential Election.Unidentified Unidentified1890-03-12Lithograph, colored
They Hate the Light, but They Can't Escape It.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1890-03-26Lithograph, colored
The President of the Senate (Vice-President Levi P. Morton) in the Chair.Unknown Unknown1890-04Halftone, black and white
The Senate and Its Leaders.Unknown Unknown1890-04Wood engraving, black and white
Illumination of the Capitol during a Night Session of Congress.Unknown Unknown1890-04Wood engraving, black and white
Senators and Lobbyists in the "Marble Room," Adjoining the Senate Chamber.Unknown Unknown1890-04Wood engraving, black and white
The Senate and Its Leaders.Unknown Unknown1890-04Wood engraving, black and white
The Senate and Its Leaders.Unknown Unknown1890-04Wood engraving, black and white
The Senatorial "Fence."Unidentified Unidentified1890-04-23Lithograph, colored
Our Protection Levee. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1890-04-26Lithograph, colored
Character Sketches in the United States Senate.Unidentified Unidentified1890-04-26Lithograph and halftone, black and white
Our Senate: Sketches from the Gallery.Unknown Unknown1890-04-26Lithograph, black and white
The United States Senate—Portraits of Senators.Unknown Unknown1890-04-29Wood engraving, black and white
"Dignified Silence."Unknown Unknown1890-05-07Lithograph, colored
In the Hands of the Enemy.Unknown Unknown1890-05-17Lithograph, colored
The Late Senator James Burnie Beck, of Kentucky.Unidentified Unidentified1890-05-24Lithograph, black and white
Robin Hood with a Difference.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1890-06-04Lithograph, colored
Dangerous Doctors for a Desperate Case.Unidentified Unidentified1890-06-11Lithograph, colored
The Hopeless Appeal of New York Interests to Incompetence and Inefficiency.Unknown Unknown1890-06-25Lithograph, colored
Puck's Fourth-of-July Nightmare—Produced by the Republican High Jinks in Washington.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1890-07-02Lithograph, colored
Another Prop Needed.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1890-07-09Lithograph, colored
A Very Pretty Picnic for the Newly-Made States—But No Show for Democratic Territories.Unidentified Unidentified1890-07-23Lithograph, colored
Base and Unpatriotic.Unknown Unknown1890-08-20Lithograph, colored
In the Rotunda of the Capitol in Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1890-08-30Wood engraving, black and white
Senate Screeching.Unidentified Unidentified1890-09-06Lithograph, colored
Our Law-Makers at Work.Unknown Unknown1890-09-10Lithograph, colored
A Shower on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1890-10-04Wood engraving, black and white
Who Cares?Unidentified Unidentified1890-10-15Lithograph, colored
Justice Samuel F. Miller, of Iowa, of the Supreme Court of the United States.Unidentified Unidentified1890-10-18Wood engraving, black and white
The Ladies' Reception-Room, Statuary Hall, in the National Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1890-10-25Wood engraving, black and white
The Adoration of the 6,000-Year-Old Chinese Idea.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1890-11-05Lithograph, colored
Their Only Utility.Unknown Unknown1890-11-19Lithograph, colored
"Napoleon's" Retreat.Unknown Unknown1890-11-19Lithograph, colored
Between Two Fires.Unidentified Unidentified1890-12-17Lithograph, colored
Vier "Valentines".J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1891 ca.Lithograph, colored
The Three Senators Elect from Idaho.Unknown Unknown1891-01-03Wood engraving, black and white
What Is Sauce for the Goose Is Sauce for the Gander.Unidentified Unidentified1891-01-07Lithograph, colored
"Doomed."J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1891-01-07Lithograph, colored
Honor to Whom Honor Is Due.Unknown Unknown1891-01-14Lithograph, colored
"You Beat My Dog, and I'll Beat Yours!"J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1891-01-21Lithograph, colored
It Was a Struggle of the Midgets.Unidentified Unidentified1891-01-24Lithograph, colored
Pulling Together.Unidentified Unidentified1891-01-28Lithograph, colored
United States Senators.Unidentified Unidentified1891-01-31Wood engraving, black and white
"Progressive" Conspiracy.Unidentified Unidentified1891-02-04Lithograph, colored
Left!Unknown Unknown1891-02-07Lithograph, colored
Scenes in the United States Senate during the Debate on the Fair Elections Bill.Unknown Unknown1891-02-07Lithograph and halftone, black and white
All She Has to Hang on To.Unidentified Unidentified1891-02-11Lithograph, colored
Puck's Valentines—To Three "Outs" and One "In."J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1891-02-11Lithograph, colored
Unconditional Surrender.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1891-02-21Lithograph, colored
Look at the Leaders of the Disgraceful Fifty-First Congress!Unidentified Unidentified1891-03-18Lithograph, colored
A Shining Exception to the General Rule.—One Senator Elected on His Merits.Unidentified Unidentified1891-03-25Lithograph, colored
A Mighty Poor Exchange.Unknown Unknown1891-04-25Lithograph, colored
Too "Free" to Be Good.Unidentified Unidentified1891-05-02Lithograph, colored
That Little Rival Show.Unknown Unknown1891-05-23Lithograph, colored
"Hark from the Tombs A Doleful Sound!"Unidentified Unidentified1891-06-10Lithograph, colored
Time to Clean Up, Boys, and Look Pretty!J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1891-11-11Lithograph, colored
The Unruly Democratic White Elephant.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1891-12-19Lithograph, colored
Denfwürdige Keulenfchläge. 24. März 1892.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1892 ca.Lithograph, colored
The Senate Chamber, Capitol, Washington, D.C. U.S.A.B. W. Kilburn B. W. Kilburn1892 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Hon. Bishop W. Perkins, Appointed United States Senator from Kansas.W.K. W.K.1892-01-09Wood engraving, black and white
The People's Demand.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1892-01-20Lithograph, colored
The Frankenstein of the Snap Convention.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1892-03-02Lithograph, colored
And He Is Howling for It.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1892-03-16Lithograph, colored
The Sinking Ship.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1892-04-20Lithograph, colored
Washington—The Nation's Capitol.Unknown Unknown1892-06-11Halftone, black and white
"Just about Even!"Unidentified Unidentified1892-12-14Lithograph, colored
What Is Needed — A Thorough Sifting.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1892-12-28Lithograph, colored
Senate ChamberKeystone View Company Keystone View Company1892-1895 ca.Glass
Capitol, Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C.Keystone View Company Keystone View Company1892-1896 ca.Photograph, black and white
Dan[ie]l WebsterJohnsonT. Johnson1893 ca.Metal engraving, black and white
A Fair Petitioner—A Scene at the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1893-01-14Halftone, black and white
Another "Me Too"!Unidentified Unidentified1893-01-18Lithograph, colored
"He Won't Be Happy Till He Gets There."Unidentified Unidentified1893-01-25Lithograph, colored
The Task of Diogenes Not in It.Unidentified Unidentified1893-02-01Lithograph, colored
"Don't Be Afraid, Doggie—We Won't hurt you!"J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1893-02-08Lithograph, colored
Washington—Visitors on the Terrace of the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1893-02-25Halftone, black and white
The Latest Don Quixote.Unknown Unknown1893-03-01Lithograph, colored
The Inauguration of Grover Cleveland as President of the United States. Chief Justice Fuller Administering the Oath of Office to the Incoming Executive.Unidentified Unidentified1893-03-09Halftone, black and white
The Inauguration of Grover Cleveland as President of the United States / Scene in Front of the Capitol on the Arrival of the Inaugural ProcessionUnidentified Unidentified1893-03-09Halftone, black and white
The Inauguration Ceremonies—President Cleveland and Ex-President Harrison Returning from the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1893-03-11Wood engraving, hand-colored
The Political Safe-Breakers Foiled.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1893-05-10Lithograph, colored
The Log Jam on the Potomac.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1893-05-13Lithograph, colored
They've Already Had More Than They Wanted.Unidentified Unidentified1893-08-05Lithograph, colored
In the Restaurant of the House of Representatives, Washington.Unknown Unknown1893-08-12Halftone, black and white
A Corner of the Senate Restaurant, Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1893-08-19Halftone, black and white
Awaiting the News from Washington.Unknown Unknown1893-08-30Lithograph, colored
The Movement in Congress for the Repeal of the Sherman Act.Unidentified Unidentified1893-09-02Lithograph, black and white
Coroner Harrison Is a Little Too Previous.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1893-09-06Lithograph, colored
The Silver Bill in Congress—Character-Sketches Made during the Debate in the Two Houses.Unidentified Unidentified1893-09-07Lithograph and halftone, black and white
The Senatorial Firemen Talk While the Fire Burns!Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1893-09-09Lithograph, colored
A Senatorial Desperado.Unknown Unknown1893-10-04Lithograph, colored
They Can't Hold Up This Train!J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1893-10-11Lithograph, colored
"Senatorial Courtesy."Unidentified Unidentified1893-10-18Lithograph, colored
Gulliver Bound Down by the Democratic Lilliputians.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1893-10-28Lithograph, colored
The Reason of the Trouble.Unidentified Unidentified1893-11-04Lithograph, colored
Throw 'Em Out!J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1893-11-08Lithograph, colored
"Busted."Unidentified Unidentified1893-11-11Lithograph, colored
Through the Jungle.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1893-11-22Lithograph, colored
Will They Get Through?Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1893-12-30Lithograph, colored
The "Peanut" Hagenbeck and His "Senatorial Courtesy" Animal Show.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-02-07Lithograph, colored
Fighting the Flames.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-02-17Lithograph, colored
The United States Supreme Court and Its Robing-Room.Unidentified Unidentified1894-02-24Lithograph and halftone, black and white
In His Second Childhood.Unidentified Unidentified1894-02-28Lithograph, colored
In the Saddle.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-03-17Lithograph, colored
At Their Door.Unidentified Unidentified1894-03-24Lithograph, colored
The United States Stock Exchange.Unidentified Unidentified1894-03-24Lithograph, colored
A Senate for Revenue Only.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-03-28Lithograph, colored
United States Senators on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1894-03-29Lithograph, black and white
The "Cuckoo" Birds Have Tackled the Biggest Job of Their Lives.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-03-31Lithograph, hand-colored
Next!!Unidentified Unidentified1894-04-04Lithograph, colored
Having a Monkey of a Time.Unknown Unknown1894-04-28Lithograph, colored
A Mother Goose Tariff Tale.Unknown Unknown1894-05-23Lithograph, colored
Approaching the Dead-Line.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-05-26Lithograph, colored
Mill's Senatorial Search Light.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-05-30Lithograph, colored
After the Hold-up.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-06-13Lithograph, colored
Off the Bench. Justices of the United States Supreme Court on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington.Unknown Unknown1894-06-14Lithograph, black and white
The Democratic Richelieu.Unidentified Unidentified1894-06-16Lithograph, colored
The Only Thing That Would Scare Our Thick-Skinned Senators.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-06-27Lithograph, hand-colored
Senator Quay's Position on the Sugar Question.Unknown Unknown1894-06-30Halftone, black and white
Let U.S. Have Another Declaration of Independence.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-07-07Lithograph, colored
A Very Sick Patient.—He Pays Well, but the Senatorial Quacks Can't Save Him.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-07-18Lithograph, colored
The Boys in Washington Cut a Nice Ripe Watermelon.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-08-04Lithograph, colored
Where Is the Difference?J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-08-08Lithograph, colored
The New Capitol.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-08-11Lithograph, colored
Dante's Inferno Up to Date.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1894-08-22Lithograph, colored
Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio, as He Appears in the Streets of Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1894-08-30Lithograph, black and white
Grand Democratic Production of "Julius Cæsar"—The Finishing Stroke.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-09-22Lithograph, colored
The United States Senate in Session.Unidentified Unidentified1894-09-22Halftone, colored
The Poor Democratic Congressman.Unidentified Unidentified1894-10-13Lithograph, colored
United States Senator [Charles James] Faulkner, of West VirginiaUnidentified Unidentified1894-11-03Halftone, black and white
The Graveyard Congress.Unidentified Unidentified1894-12-15Lithograph, colored
Judge's Brownies Give a Snow-Party.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1894-12-29Lithograph, colored
The Grand Review at Washington, D.C., May 24th, 1865—President Johnson, Lieutenant General Grant and Others Inspecting Sherman's Army—Sherman Saluting at the Head of His Staff.Unidentified Unidentified1895Wood engraving, black and white
Grand Review of the Armies of the United States, at Washington, D.C., May 23, 1865.—Troops Marching Up Pennsylvania Avenue, before Passing the Reviewing Stand.Unidentified Unidentified1895 ca.Wood engraving, hand-colored
West View of the Capitol, Showing Grand Staircase.Unknown Unknown1895 ca.Photomechanical process, black and white
Washington. . . Senate Chamber.Unknown Unknown1895 ca.Halftone, black and white
"The Right Man in the Right Place."Unknown Unknown1895-01-23Lithograph, colored
Old Jokes in New Political Clothes.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1895-01-30 Lithograph, colored
His Wild Team.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1895-02-09Lithograph, colored
Hopelessly Blocked—The Great Frost of 1895.Unidentified Unidentified1895-02-23Halftone, black and white
Mutual Sympathy.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1895-02-27Lithograph, colored
The New United States Senators.Unidentified Unidentified1895-03-02Halftone, black and white
The Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D.C.—Scenes at the Reopening of the Income-Tax Cases, Monday, May 6, 1895.Unidentified Unidentified1895-06-01Halftone, colored
The Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D.C.—Scenes at the Reopening of the Income-Tax Cases, Monday, May 6, 1895.Unknown Unknown1895-06-01Halftone, colored
The Dead Issue.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1895-06-05Lithograph, colored
Judge Takes His Characters to the Seaside.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1895-08-03Lithograph, colored
In the Republican Wood-Yard.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1895-08-24Lithograph, colored
Shrunk to Their Proper Size at Last—An Edifying Sight in the United States Senate.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1895-12-11Lithograph, colored
P[atrick]. HenryUnidentified Unidentified1896Metal engraving, black and white
Judge Gives His Annual Reception to the Brownies on New-Year's Eve.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1896-01-04Lithograph, colored
Newly Elected United States Senators.Unidentified Unidentified1896-02-01Halftone, black and white
Look Out, There, Boys!J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1896-02-19Lithograph, hand-colored
The Poster Craze in Candidateville.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1896-03-11Lithograph, colored
Locked.Unidentified Unidentified1896-03-21Lithograph, colored
"Step Up, Gentlemen, and Try Your Luck!"J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1896-04-15Lithograph, colored
A Few Pleasant Recollections of the Fifty-Fourth Congress.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1896-05-27Lithograph, colored
The Skeleton at the Feast.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1896-06-10Lithograph, colored
A Down-Hill Movement.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1896-08-12Lithograph, colored
The Supreme Court,—"As It May Hereafter Be Constituted"J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1896-09-09Lithograph, colored
On a Populistic Basis.Unknown Unknown1896-09-12Halftone, black and white
The Joshua of Our Silly Senate in His Great Act of Trying to Make the Sun Stand Still.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1897-01-06Lithograph, colored
Judge Suggests That We Send an American to the Court of St. James.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1897-02-13Lithograph, colored
The Senator from Kansas Preparing an Oratorical Eruption.Unknown Unknown1897-02-20Halftone, black and white
Scene in the Old Congressional Library, Washington, D.C., Showing Present Congested Condition.Unidentified Unidentified1897-02-27Halftone, black and white
"She Has Seen Better Days."Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-03Lithograph, colored
Mark A. Hanna, Senator from Ohio.Unknown Unknown1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
Inauguration Day in Washington. View from the Dome of the New Congressional Library—Crowds Gathering to Witness the Ceremony at the East Front of the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
The Inauguration of President McKinley. Chief-Justice Fuller Administering the Oath of Office in Front of the Senate Wing of the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
Harper's Weekly Inauguration Number 1897EdwardsGeorge Wharton Edwards1897-03-13Halftone, colored
The Evolution of the National Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-13Halftone, colored
President McKinley and His Cabinet.Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
President McKinley Reviewing the Inaugural Procession from the Stand in Front of the White House.Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
Early Morning in Washington, D.C.Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
The Inauguration of President McKinley—At the Capitol and on the Line of March.Unidentified Unidentified1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
The Closing Feature of Inauguration Day—The Ball in the Pension-Office Building, Washington.Unknown Unknown1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
The Inauguration of President McKinley—The Parade on Pennsylvania Avenue.Unknown Unknown1897-03-13Halftone, black and white
The Senator from Massachusetts Interrupts.Unknown Unknown1897-04-10Halftone, black and white
Oh, How Slow!Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1897-05-01Lithograph, colored
Asphyxiated.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1897-06-05Lithograph, colored
The National Kids at the Seashore.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1897-06-19Lithograph, colored
Uncle Sam's Fourth of July Protest Against Delay.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1897-07-03Lithograph, colored
"McKinleyism"Unidentified Unidentified1897-07-21Lithograph, colored
Unconditional Surrender.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1897-08-11Lithograph, colored
The Old Woman of the Senate Is Doing Her Best—At a Hopeless Job.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1897-11-03Lithograph, colored
The Charge on the Capitol.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1897-12-11Lithograph, colored
[Benjamin Franklin]LefortHenri Lefort1898Etching, black and white
The Safe Is Safe.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1898-01-08Lithograph, colored
An Intolerable Burden.Unidentified Unidentified1898-01-15Lithograph, black and white
"He That Entereth Not in by the Door—"Unidentified Unidentified1898-02-09Lithograph, colored
In the Senate, March 25, 1898.Unidentified Unidentified1898-04-09Halftone, black and white
Washington—Scenes in the House of Representatives.Unidentified Unidentified1898-04-16Lithograph and halftone, black and white
Washington—Scenes in and around the Capitol.Unidentified Unidentified1898-04-16Lithograph and halftone, black and white
The President's Message. Scenes in the House of Representatives.Unidentified Unidentified1898-04-23Lithograph and halftone, black and white
President Mckinley's Message Being Read in the Senate, March 25, 1898 / The Spanish-American CrisisUnidentified Unidentified1898-04-23Halftone, black and white
Culmination of the War Crisis in Washington.Unidentified Unidentified1898-05-05Lithograph, black and white
"Rally Round the Flag, Boys!"Unidentified Unidentified1898-05-26Halftone, black and white
The Fifty-Fifth Congress—Scenes in Washington at the Opening of the Session.Unidentified Unidentified1898-12-24Lithograph and halftone, black and white
The Fifty-Fifth Congress—Scenes in Washington at the Opening of the Session.Unidentified Unidentified1898-12-24Lithograph and halftone, black and white
Has She Got Him at Last?Unidentified Unidentified1899-01-25Lithograph, colored
Notable Characters at the National Capital.Unidentified Unidentified1899-03-16Lithograph, black and white
Spending Uncle Sam's Money.Unidentified Unidentified1899-12-23Halftone, black and white
United States Capitol, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.Unknown Unknown1900 ca.Photograph, black and white
A Needed Change for the Senatorial Lobby.Unidentified Unidentified1900 ca.Lithograph, colored
The Game BeginsUnidentified1900 ca.Lithograph, black and white
View of the Capitol, Washington.Unknown Unknown1900 ca. Wood engraving, hand-colored
Senator Davis: "Be Mighty Careful Where You Tread!"Unidentified Unidentified1900-04-07Lithograph, black and white
The National Capitols of the United States. Unknown Unknown1900-12-15Halftone, black and white
Senate Chamber in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unknown Unknown1901Photograph, black and white
"What a Fuss They Made about Us!"Unknown Unknown1901-02-13Lithograph, colored
Swearing in the Vice-PresidentUnidentified Unidentified1901-03-09Halftone, blue and white
The President-Elect Passing through the Capitol on His Way to Take the Oath of OfficeUnidentified Unidentified1901-03-09Halftone, blue and white
The Opening of CongressUnknown Unknown1901-11-30Halftone, colored
A touching Tribute to McKinley's Memory-Secretary Hay's Eulogy in the House of Representatives, Washington, U.S.A.Unidentified1902Photograph, black and white
This Cat Escapes the Senate with a Few of Its Nine Lives Left; —Will It Lose Them in the House?J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1902-04-02Lithograph, colored
The Opening of the United States SenateUnknown Unknown1902-12-13Halftone, black and white
Painting the Interior of the Capitol Dome at WashingtonUnknown Unknown1903 ca.Halftone, black and white
The Future Offices of Our CongressmenUnidentified Unidentified1903-01-17Halftone, black and white
The Supreme Court of the United StatesAdamsonSydney Adamson1903-05-16Lithograph, colored
The Special Session of Congress—Scene on the Steps of the Capitol BuildingUnknown Unknown1903-11-14Halftone, black and white
Edward Everett Hale, New Chaplain of the SenateUnidentified Unidentified1904Halftone, black and white
Opening Address of Inauguration Ceremonies.Unknown Unknown1905Photomechanical process, colored
President Roosevelt Taking the Oath.Unknown Unknown1905Photomechanical process, colored
Opening the Senate of the United States with Prayer. The Rev. Edward Everett Hale, the Venerable Chaplain, Invoking the Daily Blessing on the Members of the Upper Branch of the American Congress.Unidentified Unidentified1905-01-12Halftone, colored
"Next!"Unidentified Unidentified1905-02-11Lithograph, black and white
Following in Washington's Footsteps.Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co. Sackett & Wilhelms Litho, Co.1905-02-25Lithograph, colored
The President's Inaugural AddressUnidentified Unidentified1905-03-04Halftone, blue and white
Vice-President-Elect Fairbanks Taking the Oath of Office in the Senate ChamberUnidentified Unidentified1905-03-04Halftone, blue and white
The Commercial Club of Washington.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1905-10-25Lithograph, colored
The Making of a Senator.J. Ottmann Lith. Co. J. Ottmann Lith. Co.1905-11-15Lithograph, colored
The Headsman.Unidentified Unidentified1906-01-17Lithograph, colored
The Ugly Duckling.Unidentified Unidentified1906-02-21Lithograph, colored
"Killed in Committee."Unidentified Unidentified1906-05-16Lithograph, colored
[Dirigible, U.S. Capitol]Unknown Unknown1906-06-14Photograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Illinois—Cullom and HopkinsUnidentified Unidentified1908-04-17Lithograph, black and white
Congress at Work Once MoreUnidentified Unidentified1909Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Pennsylvania—Knox and PenroseUnidentified Unidentified1909-01-09Lithograph, black and white
When Congress AdjournsUnidentified Unidentified1909-01-30Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / New York—Depew and PlattUnidentified Unidentified1909-01-30Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Rhode Island—Aldrich and WetmoreUnidentified Unidentified1909-02-06Lithograph, black and white
The Branding.Unidentified Unidentified1909-02-17Lithograph, colored
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Indiana's Idols—Beveridge and FairbanksUnidentified Unidentified1909-02-20Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Texas—Bailey and CulbersonUnidentified Unidentified1909-02-27Lithograph, black and white
What the Nation Hopes of Taft / For "President Taft's Opportunity"Unidentified Unidentified1909-03-03Halftone, colored
Why It Goes Up.Unidentified Unidentified1909-04-21Lithograph, colored
Uncle Sam: "Say, You Old Birds, Stop Your Scrapping and Finish Up That Job, I'm Badly in Need of That Particular Article"Unidentified Unidentified1909-04-24Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Kansas—Bristow and CurtisUnidentified Unidentified1909-05-08Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Maine—Frye and HaleUnidentified Unidentified1909-05-29Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / West Virginia—Elkins and ScottUnidentified Unidentified1909-06-12Lithograph, black and white
Tariff Juggling at WashingtonUnidentified Unidentified1909-07-10Lithograph, black and white
Busted, B'Gosh!Unidentified Unidentified1909-07-24Lithograph, black and white
The Show's OverUnidentified Unidentified1909-08-14Lithograph, black and white
Monopoly.Unidentified Unidentified1909-12-15Lithograph, colored
A Bad Outlook for Harmony.Unidentified Unidentified1909-12-22Lithograph, colored
Supreme Court Room in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unidentified1910 ca.Photograph, black and white
Uncle Sam: "What You Need Is a Change of Scene, and Four Years of Complete Rest"Unidentified Unidentified1910 ca.Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / New Jersey—Kean and BriggsUnidentified Unidentified1910-01-01Lithograph, black and white
The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Iowa—Dolliver and CumminsUnidentified Unidentified1910-01-15Lithograph, black and white
Uncle Sam: "Don't Let Up, Little One, This Must Be to a Finish!"Unidentified Unidentified1910-02-26Lithograph, black and white
While the Doctors Disagree the Patient May DieUnidentified Unidentified1910-03-12Lithograph, black and white
The Late Chief Justice [Melville W.] FullerUnknown Unknown1910-07-16Halftone, black and white
Trying to Square HimselfUnidentified Unidentified1910-08-14Lithograph, black and white
The Game of SeesawUnidentified Unidentified1910-11-05Lithograph, black and white
A Page from Our Political "Slant-Book"Unidentified Unidentified1911-01-14Lithograph, black and white
Uncle Sam: "What Do You Fellows Do in This Short Session of Congress?" Statesman: "Oh, Jest Set Around and Think." Uncle Sam: "Is That All?" Statesman: "Oh No; Sometimes We Jest Set."Unidentified Unidentified1911-01-21Lithograph, black and white
"Who Said Stand Pat?"Unidentified Unidentified1911-02-25Lithograph, black and white
"Trying to Spoil My Performance, Hey?"Unidentified Unidentified1911-03-04Lithograph, black and white
Yumping Yiminy, What A Yolk!Unidentified Unidentified1911-04-12Lithograph, color
The Insurgent SenatorUnidentified Unidentified1911-04-29Lithograph, black and white
An Argument before the Supreme Court of the United StatesUnidentified Unidentified1911-05-27Halftone, hand-colored
Putting It UpUnidentified Unidentified1912-03-16Lithograph, black and white
Jottings from BaltimoreUnidentified Unidentified1912-07-06Lithograph, black and white
Supreme Court Room, in the Capitol. Washington, D.C.Unidentified1912-1935 ca.Photograph, black and white
[U.S. Capitol]Unidentified Unidentified1913 ca.Photomechanical process, black and white
President Wilson Addressing Congress on Question of International Peace and Imminent Danger of War with Germany.Unidentified1914-1918Photograph, black and white
President Woodrow Wilson Reading a Message to Joint Session of House and Senate Congressional Chamber, Washington. D.CUnidentified1914-1918Photograph, black and white
United States Supreme CourtUnknown Unknown1919 ca.Lithograph, black and white
Senators Prominent in League of Nations DebateUnknown Unknown1919-07-03Photomechanical process, black and white
[U.S. Capitol]OrrLouis Orr1920Etching, black and white
Supreme Court Room in the Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unknown Unknown1920 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Capitol, Washington, D.C.Unknown Unknown1921 ca.Photomechanical process, colored
The Nation's Pride—Washington, Capitol City of the United States, from an Airplane.Unknown Unknown1923 ca.Photograph, black and white
The Boy Senator NyeBattaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1925-1937 ca.Paper and ink
Senator Gerald P. NyeBattaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1925-1937 ca.Paper and ink
[Senate Corridor]Battaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1925-1937 ca.Paper and ink
[Aurelius Battaglia]Battaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1928-1933 ca.Paper and ink
James Hamilton LewisBattaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1928-1933 ca.Paper and ink
Vice Pres. CurtisBattaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1930 ca.Paper and ink
Vice Pres GarnerBattaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1933-1937 ca.Paper and ink
Senator [Joseph T.] Robinson of ArkansasUnidentified Unidentified1937-01Photomechanical process, colored
Otto Preminger and Crew Set up in TregaronSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Sewall-Belmont HouseSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Party Scene at Tregaron, Belgian Ambassador's DaughterSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Don Murray and Charles Laughton in the Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office BuildingUnidentified1961pen and ink on paper
Lunch at the Commerce Department BuildingSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Don Murray, Henry Fonda, and Otto Preminger in the Senate Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office BuildingSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Otto Preminger, Charles Laughton, Walter Pidgeon, Crew, and OthersSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
The Senate Press Gallery, CapitolSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Russell StairwellSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Charles Laughton Resting on the White House South LawnSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Gene Tierney as Tregaron HostessSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Portrait of Allen Drury (Signed by Drury)SpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Walter Pidgeon and Paul Ford at the Washington Sheraton-Park HotelSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Director Otto Preminger and Crew in the Senate Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office BuildingSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Party Scene at TregaronSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Portrait of Paul FordSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Charles LaughtonSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Will Geer and Charles Laughton Play Poker at TregaronSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Inga Swenson and Henry FondaSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Portrait of Don Murray (Signed by Murray)SpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Front View of TregaronSpandorfLily Spandorf (1914-2000)1961Gouache, hand colored
Otto Preminger Supervising Set up in TregaronSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Corridor, Russell Senate Office BuildingSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Otto Preminger and Walter PidgeonSpandorfLily Spandorf1961pen and ink on paper
Gene Tierney in the Tregaron MansionSpandorfLily Spandorf1962pen and ink on paper
Burgess Meredith in the Senate Caucus RoomSpandorfLily Spandorf1962pen and ink on paper
Exterior of TregaronSpandorfLily Spandorf1962pen and ink on paper
Tregaron Party, Indian Ambassador's DaughterSpandorfLily Spandorf1962pen and ink on paper
Charles Laughton Mounting Steps to a Senate BuildingSpandorfLily Spandorf1962pen and ink on paper
The Senate Gallery Corridor, third floor of the CapitolSpandorfLily Spandorf (1914-2000)1962Pen and Ink on Paper
Old Subway from the Capitol to the Russell Senate Office BuildingSpandorfLily Spandorf1962pen and ink on paper
[Hubert Humphrey]Battaglia Aurelius Battaglia (1910-1984)1968 ca.Paper and ink
The Dazzling Dome of the Capitol on a Rainy Night, Washington, D.C.Keystone View Company Keystone View Companydate unknownPhotograph, black and white
United States Capitol—The Most Imposing Building in America, Washington D.C.Keystone View Company Keystone View Companydate unknownPhotograph, black and white
The Capitol, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.Keystone View Company Keystone View Companydate unknownPhotograph, black and white
Perries [sic] Victory on Lake Erie.Unknown Unknowndate unknownPhotograph, black and white
"I'll Fetch Him Up!" Commodore [Oliver H.] Perry Leaving the Lawrence for the Niagara.Unknown Unknowndate unknownMetal engraving, black and white
Daniel Webster.SealeyAlfred Sealeydate unknownMetal engraving, black and white