Engraving showing Capitol building in background; people walking, riding horses, riding in carriages on road leading to the Capitol. On verso: John Hinton, History Topography of the U.S. 1830-32. Title from item.
Engraving showing Capitol building in background; people walking or riding in carriages on Capitol grounds. Image found in N. P. Willis, American Scenery, p. 288, 1839. Engraving by R. Brandard after drawing by... more
In album: Benjamin Brown French "Photographs," p. 11. Title devised by Library staff. Notation: Original design. Reference copy in LOT 12251, v. 1. Original in PR 12 LOT 12251.
Photograph shows crowd of people viewing Lincoln's inauguration by the under-construction U.S. Capitol. In album: Benjamin Brown French "Photographs," p. 1. Title devised by Library staff. Reference copy in LOT... more
No. 748. Hand-written on back of mount: Grand Review of Army, Wash. D.C., May 1865, scene at Capitol. Printed 1905 by Handy Studio, Washington, D.C. Civil War Photograph Collection (Library of Congress). Title ... more
Caption: As they appeared participating in the inauguration of the President of the United States at Washington. Small pieces missing from top of poster. Forms part of: Minstrel poster collection (Library of Congress)
Title from item. Detroit Publishing Co. no. "51224". Forms part of: Photochrom Print Collection. More information about the Photochrom Print Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.pgz
Composite of large group of policemen with U.S. Capitol in background. Head-and-shoulders portraits of policemen and police stations around border. Copyright by Jno. Bowers
H57982 U.S. Copyright Office Title on piece incorrectly states "27th." Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States. Title from item. No. 6165. Sold by Universal View Co. Copyright by E. W. Kelley.
Postcard shows the east front of United States Capitol building. G 34778 U.S. Copyright Office. P. A. 223a. Copyright 1905 by The Rotograph Co. Title from item.
Photo shows the east front of the Capitol building, Washington, D.C., with inaugural stands for Woodrow Wilson's 1913 inauguration. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)