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The burning of the Crisis, British Cartoon Print

The burning of the Crisis, British Cartoon Print

People burning a broadside entitled the Crisis. Forms part of : British Cartoon Prints Collection ( Library of Congress).

To the worthy inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. My fellow citizens. At this interesting crisis, when every thing that is dear to us, both as individuals, and as a body politic, is at stake: [Advocating the election of the committee

To the worthy inhabitants of the City and County of New-York. My fello...

Evans 13684.; On verso: S; June 1774. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 105, Folder 5c.

To the public. The crisis being deemed by the Parliament of England a libel, and consequently ordered to be burnt by the hands of the common hangman, on the copies arriving in this Province, Mr. Murray, late of the Kingdom of Ireland, who has di

To the public. The crisis being deemed by the Parliament of England a ...

Evans 14512. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 108, Folder 46.

The American Crisis. by the author of Common Sense [Thomas Paine] "These are the times that try men's souls: the summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country..."

The American Crisis. by the author of Common Sense [Thomas Paine] "The...

Written in Dec. 1776. Reference copy may be in LOT 4412 DB This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: US Hist. Rev.; Broadsides [1776]; BI WORKS; RBD; Shelf.

To the public. The Crisis being deemed by the Parliament of England a libel ...

To the public. The Crisis being deemed by the Parliament of England a ...

Revolutionary War period broadside - no illus. Illus. in: Broadside Collection - Rare Book Division. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: U.S. Hist. 1776; Broadsides; BI.

The American crisis (No. 1) By the author of Common sense. [Boston] Sold opposite the court house Queen Street [1776].

The American crisis (No. 1) By the author of Common sense. [Boston] So...

Positive Photostat.; Not in Evans.; Title.; Stamped on verso: 595. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Pri... More

Crisis. To the people of the state of New York. War! War! War! Quit-rents, stamp acts- a common distress in our country is the order of the day- These evils presaged our war with Britain; they now presage a war with France, still more to be drea

Crisis. To the people of the state of New York. War! War! War! Quit-re...

Positive phoyostat]. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 134, Folder 34.

Supplement to the Republican crisis.-- April 13, 1807. The faction unveiled. To the independent republican electors of the State of New-York, Fellow-Citizens. The enemies of Governor Lewis have with unceasing malignity and unblushing impudence,

Supplement to the Republican crisis.-- April 13, 1807. The faction unv...

Imprint 2.; Political campaign.; The faction unveiled. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portf... More

The constitution. Fellow-citizens of New-Hampshire. At an awful crisis, at a momentous period of our political existence we address you ... The Anti-Madison and anti-embargo list for electors ... [Signed] A Republican. [n. p. 1808].

The constitution. Fellow-citizens of New-Hampshire. At an awful crisis...

0878 E 1 4 Ja 46.; $5.00.; On verso: 0878E1, 4 Jan 46. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Port... More

To the electors of the Western district. A crisis has arrived in the affairs of our country, by which the comparative merits of federal policy on the one hand, and of democratic policy on the other are now brought to the test of actual experimen
Town representatives. The present election presents a crisis at which it is important that every representative should be faithful to the character and wishes of the people. The citizens of New-Haven are decidedly opposed by a great majority, to

Town representatives. The present election presents a crisis at which ...

Political campaign Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 12, Folder 54.

To the free voters of the State of Maryland. The present crisis of affairs as respects not only the United States, but the relative position of every potentate of Europe, calls loudly upon the inhabitants of the only Republic in the world to att

To the free voters of the State of Maryland. The present crisis of aff...

Campaign.; Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 29, Folder 35.

To the inhabitants of the City of Washington. Fellow citizens. A crisis has arrived in our city affairs, well calculated to excite the most intense anxiety in the mind of every reflecting man in the community .... With this view, it is believed

To the inhabitants of the City of Washington. Fellow citizens. A crisi...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 195, Folder 6.

Friends and fellow citizens: We have reached in crisis in the cause of freedom, of vital and abiding interest ... Rochester, 27th October, 1838.

Friends and fellow citizens: We have reached in crisis in the cause of...

Against candidates for Congress who are not in favor of abolition. Signed by Lindley M. Moore and 32 others.; 2102 E 2 29 May 44.; Rec. 6-21-46.; $11.00.; On verso: 2102E2 29 My 46; Circular to abot. Of Monroe... More

Circular. Sir.- The present is a momentous crisis, in the affairs of our State. A convention of the delegates of the people, legally assembled, has framed, with extraordinary unanimity, and in a spirit of magnanimous compromise, a Constitution f

Circular. Sir.- The present is a momentous crisis, in the affairs of o...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 169, Folder 11.

Abraham Lincoln to Winfield Scott, Friday, November 09, 1860  (Response to Scott's “Views" on the imminent secession crisis)
The money crisis in the South - auction sale of a five dollar gold piece at Danville near the N. Carolina border

The money crisis in the South - auction sale of a five dollar gold pie...

Wood engraving from a sketch by a Union prisoner. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1864 Feb. 13. Reference copy may be in LOT 4402. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. C... More

Columbia professor endorses Thomas Amendment. Washington, D.C., May 8. Dr. James T. Shotwell, Columbia University Professor, witness before the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, today endorsed the Thomas Amendment of the Neutrality Act which would permit designation of the aggressor nations and application of economic pressure. He said, 'the time for the determination of policy is now; it should not be left for emergency legislation in the hour of crisis'
Chinese Ambassador listens to Kung broadcast from China. Washington, D.C., Dec. 17. The Chinese Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Sao-Ke Alfred Sze, as he listens to broadcast of Dr. H.H. Kung, Finance Minister and Acting Head of National Government in his radio talk on the seizure of General Issimo Chaing Kai-Shek at Sain- Fu. Dr. Kung asserted the crisis "gives the world an opportunity to attest anew the solidarity of the body politic in modern China"
J.K. Hackett & Charlotte Walker, "The Crisis"

J.K. Hackett & Charlotte Walker, "The Crisis"

Photograph shows actor James Keteltas Hackett (1869-1926). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011)

"The heroic in a crisis are those who prepare by doing common-place duties well" - President Roosevelt, S. Royalton, Vt.

"The heroic in a crisis are those who prepare by doing common-place du...

Stereograph showing Roosevelt addressing a small crowd. H23913 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. On recto: Copyright 1902 by Underwood & Underwood.

The crisis. Answer to the call now! [...] / printed by Roberts & Leete, Ltd., London, S.E.

The crisis. Answer to the call now! [...] / printed by Roberts & Leete...

Poster is text only, encouraging men to volunteer for military service. Title from item.

The crisis. An appeal to free men [...] / printed by David Allen & Sons, Ltd., Harrow, Middlesex.

The crisis. An appeal to free men [...] / printed by David Allen & Son...

Poster is text only, encouraging men to volunteer for military service. Wt. W10445/595. Title from item.

Discuss rail strike threat. Washington, D.C., May 20. David B. Robertson (right) President of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginermen, discuss with Chairman Burton K. Wheeler of the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee, the threatened "Nation-Wide" strike bode of the railway labor unions which would no good to the already extreme railroad crisis.
German Ambassador bades goodbye to newsmen. Washington, D.C., Nov. 22. Leaving the State Department today after paying a farewell call on Secretary of State Cordell Hull, German Ambassador Hans Dieckhoff bids goodbye to the newspaper reporters, many of whom have become his friend since covering the German Embassy during the recent German-Czech crisis. Ambassador Dieckhoff plans to sail for Germany on the Europa next Friday night
For the U. S. A. We, the undersigned, citizens of the United States, hold that the Republic brought into being by Washington, Hamilton, and their associates in the struggle of 1773-1789, and maintained in existence in the crisis of 1861-65 by lo

For the U. S. A. We, the undersigned, citizens of the United States, h...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 133, Folder 7.

Sherwood Eddy, author and lecturer, will discuss "America and the world crisis" 8th year of Des Moines Public Forum / / designed & made by Iowa Art Program, W.P.A.

Sherwood Eddy, author and lecturer, will discuss "America and the worl...

Poster announcing a public forum to be held at North High, Des Moines, Iowa, at which Sherwood Eddy will discuss "America and the world crisis."

Public forum - Eric Grimwade, journalist and commentator, will discuss focal points of the world crisis / designed & made by Iowa Art Program, W.P.A.

Public forum - Eric Grimwade, journalist and commentator, will discuss...

Poster for a public forum in Des Moines, Iowa. Date stamped on verso: Oct 29 1940. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Newsmen get dope from Senate majority after White House discussion in sit-strikes. Washington, D.C., March 27. Majority leader of the Senate, Senator Joseph T. Robinson discusses possible congressional action on the sit-down strike crisis with reporters following a White House conference today. After discussing all phases of the strike crisis with President Roosevelt, congressional leaders announced there is small chance that the federal government would intervene, 3/27/1937
Senate leaders leave White House conference on sit-down stike crisis. Washington, D.C., March 27. Senate majority leader Joseph T. Robinson, (left) and Vice President Garner as they left a White House conference today with President Roosevelt on the sit-down strike situation. Senator Robinson announced that it is unlikely that the government would intervene in the strike, 3/27/1937
After White House sit-down strike conference. Washington, D.C., March 27. Speaker William B. Bankhead, (left) and House Majority Leader Samuel Rayburn leaving the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt and congressional leaders on the sit-down strike crisis. The government will not intervene, congressional leaders announced following the meeting, 3/27/1937
A SERIOUS PRESIDENT BROADCASTS TO THE NATION ON THE EUROPEAN WAR CRISIS, WASHINGTON, D.C. SEPTEMBER 3. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT APPEARED TENSE AND SERIOUS TONIGHT AS HE BROADCAST A NATION-WIDE MESSAGE DESIGNED TO ALLAY AND RELIEVE THE SUSPENSE PRODUCED BY THE EUROPEAN WAR CRISIS
Inflation. The money crisis in the Southern states during the American Civil War. Auction of a 25 gold piece at Danville, Virginia. From a sketch by a Union prisoner which appeared in Frank Leslie's Weekly of February 13, 1864
Minneapolis, Minnesota. At a meeting of the Swedish Club, a businessmen's social organization. The club has been in existence for many years and in addition to having lectures and programs, it participates in various public campaigns. The meeting was held at the Saint Anthony Club and the speaker was Elmer Peterson, a radio commentator who spoke on "Sweden's position in the present world crisis"
Minneapolis, Minnesota. At a meeting of the Swedish Club, a businessmen's social organization. The club has been in existence for many years and in addition to having lectures and programs, it participates in various public campaigns. The meeting was held at the Saint Anthony Club and the speaker was Elmer Peterson, a radio commentator who spoke on "Sweden's position in the present world crisis"
[Men bowing in prayer at an Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration, Washington, D.C.]

[Men bowing in prayer at an Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration,...

Title devised by Library staff. Contact sheet folder caption: Iranian student demonstration. MST. U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection. Contact sheet available for reference purposes.

[President Jimmy Carter, Vice President Walter Mondale, Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, and Secretary of Defense Harold Brown after disembarking from their helicopter to meet about the Iran Hostage Crisis at Camp David, Maryland]

[President Jimmy Carter, Vice President Walter Mondale, Secretary of S...

Title devised by Library staff. Contact sheet folder caption: Camp David meeting w/Pres. Carter .... MST. U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection. Contact sheet available for reference purposes.

[President Jimmy Carter, Vice President Walter Mondale, Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, and Secretary of Defense Harold Brown after disembarking from their helicopter to meet about the Iran Hostage Crisis at Camp David, Maryland]

[President Jimmy Carter, Vice President Walter Mondale, Secretary of S...

Title devised by Library staff. Contact sheet folder caption: Camp David meeting w/Pres. Carter .... MST. U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection. Contact sheet available for reference purposes.

[Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration, Washington, D.C.]

[Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration, Washington, D.C.]

Title devised by Library staff. Contact sheet folder caption: Iran students demonstrate. MST. U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection. Contact sheet available for reference purposes.

[Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration, Washington, D.C. ]

[Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration, Washington, D.C. ]

Title devised by Library staff. Contact sheet folder caption: Iran students demonstrate. MST. U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection. Contact sheet available for reference purposes.

[Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration, Washington, D.C.]

[Iran Hostage Crisis student demonstration, Washington, D.C.]

Title devised by Library staff. Contact sheet folder caption: Iran students demonstrate. MST. U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection. Contact sheet available for reference purposes.

Delorma Brooks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 25, 1861  (Recommends solution to sectional crisis)
Delorma Brooks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 25, 1861  (Recommends solution to sectional crisis)
Delorma Brooks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 25, 1861  (Recommends solution to sectional crisis)
Delorma Brooks to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 25, 1861  (Recommends solution to sectional crisis)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Carl Schurz to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from East on public reaction to the “present crisis”)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
Joseph Medill to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, December 18, 1860  (Report from Washington on cabinet appointments and crisis with South)
The new crisis at the South by Rev. A. D. May 9, LL. D. [Berea, Ky. [n. d.].

The new crisis at the South by Rev. A. D. May 9, LL. D. [Berea, Ky. [n...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 243, Folder 49.

The new crisis at the South by Rev. A. D. May 9, LL. D. [Berea, Ky. [n. d.].

The new crisis at the South by Rev. A. D. May 9, LL. D. [Berea, Ky. [n...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 243, Folder 49.

John E. Wool to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 11, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John E. Wool to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 11, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John E. Wool to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 11, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John E. Wool to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 11, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John E. Wool to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 11, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John E. Wool to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, January 11, 1861  (Secession crisis)
Friends, countrymen and fellow-citizens! : The present crisis demands your serious attention. You are now about giving your suffrages for members of the General Assembly ...

Friends, countrymen and fellow-citizens! : The present crisis demands ...

Signed: A Constitutional mechanic. Imprint from Bristol. Not in Evans. Bristol B6491 Shipton & Mooney 45069 LC copy annotated on verso: 1786 Election Paper. Source: Transfer from Manuscript Department, Library ... More

Friends, countrymen and fellow-citizens! : The present crisis demands your serious attention. You are now about giving your suffrages for members of the General Assembly ...

Friends, countrymen and fellow-citizens! : The present crisis demands ...

Signed: A Constitutional mechanic. Imprint from Bristol. Not in Evans. Bristol B6491 Shipton & Mooney 45069 LC copy annotated on verso: 1786 Election Paper. Source: Transfer from Manuscript Department, Library ... More

John A. Gilmer to William H. Seward, Saturday, March 09, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John A. Gilmer to William H. Seward, Saturday, March 09, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John A. Gilmer to William H. Seward, Saturday, March 09, 1861  (Secession crisis)
John A. Gilmer to William H. Seward, Saturday, March 09, 1861  (Secession crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
William L. Hodge to Thomas Corwin, Thursday, October 18, 1860  (Copy of letter advising Lincoln how to handle sectional crisis)
Winfield Scott to James Buchanan, Saturday, December 15, 1860  (Jackson's actions during Nullification Crisis of 1833)
Winfield Scott to James Buchanan, Saturday, December 15, 1860  (Jackson's actions during Nullification Crisis of 1833)
Winfield Scott to James Buchanan, Saturday, December 15, 1860  (Jackson's actions during Nullification Crisis of 1833)
Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 05, 1861  (Secession crisis)
Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 05, 1861  (Secession crisis)
Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 05, 1861  (Secession crisis)
Samuel T. Glover to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 05, 1861  (Secession crisis)
"The impending crisis"--Or caught in the act

"The impending crisis"--Or caught in the act

The print's title derives from the name of Hinton Rowan Helper's 1857 pamphlet "The Impending Crisis," an influential document in antislavery literature. Here the crisis is that of New York senator William H. S... More

"The impending crisis"--Or caught in the act

"The impending crisis"--Or caught in the act

The print's title derives from the name of Hinton Rowan Helper's 1857 pamphlet "The Impending Crisis," an influential document in antislavery literature. Here the crisis is that of New York senator William H. S... More

James Watson Webb to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, January 12, 1861  (Secession crisis)
James Watson Webb to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, January 12, 1861  (Secession crisis)
James Watson Webb to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, January 12, 1861  (Secession crisis)
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