Print shows in two horizontal panels, at top, men, a woman, and two children standing in a large drawing room, and at bottom, men, a woman, and two children standing outdoors on a street at seaside. At bottom c... more
Illus. in: McClees' gallery of photographic portraits of the senators, representatives & delegates of the thirty-fifth Congress... Washington: McClees & Beck, , page 228. Each item includes subject's orig... more
The contest for the presidency in 1864 is depicted as a game of bagatelle (a game similar to pool) between Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln and Democrat George B. McClellan. Lincoln (left) holds a cue "Bal... more
Print shows a campaign banner, designed also to serve as a shade for a political lantern or torch, advertising the Republican ticket during the campaign of 1864. The design consists of two panels with the candi... more
Print shows bust portraits of Abraham Lincoln, George B. McClellan, Andrew Johnson, and George H. Pendleton above a map of the United States, with bust portraits of the previous 15 presidents with George Washin... more
Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 21, 1866 Jan. 6, p. 245. Reference copy in PRES FILE - Johnson, Andrew Misc.
Print shows an invitation to the national inauguration ball with half-length portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson as "President of the U.S." and "Vice President of the U.S.", includes two fasces-like... more
Double page spread includes cartoons expressing Nast's negative opinions of President Andrew Johnson. Title from item. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, v. X, no. 513 (1866 October 27), pp. 680-681.
Print showing title page of the Saturday October 14th issue with large illustration of President Johnson pardoning the Rebels after the Civil War and a smaller illustration of Johnson's tailor shop in Tennessee.
Print showing right side illustration of "The soldier's dream" in which a soldier asleep on the ground during the Civil War dreams of returning home to loved ones; left side illustration shows bust portrait of ... more
One in a series of racist posters attacking Radical Republicans on the issue of black suffrage, issued during the Pennsylvania gubernatorial election of 1866. (See also "The Constitutional Amendment!," no. 186... more
A puzzling caricature, probably dealing with Reconstruction under Andrew Johnson's administration. The work is quite crudely drawn. An acrobat, with mustache and sideburns and wearing a jester's cap, holds in ... more
Andrew Johnson taking two children "civil rights" and "bureau ..." by their hands in front of forest "veto wood". Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 22, no. 554 (1866 May 12), p. 128.
A sequel to Kimmel's grand image "The Outbreak of the Rebellion in the United States" (no. 1865-19), issued the year before. The artist depicts in symbolic terms the downfall of the Confederacy. Columbia, crown... more
Print shows members of the Yankton, Santee Sioux (Dakota), and Upper Missouri Sioux tribes with President Andrew Johnson and others at a reception in the East Room of the White House on February 23, 1867. (Sour... more
Illustration showing at top of page, several men at a polling place where an African American man places his ballot in the box for "Re[publ]ican Mayor Welch" which is next to the empty ballot box for "The White... more
Two panel cartoon showing Andrew Johnson standing on the top step of a step-ladder and lifting a large, heavy book from a high bookshelf; he falls off the ladder and is crushed by the book, the "Constitution of... more
Drawing shows President Andrew Johnson boxing with Secreatary of War, Edwin McMasters Stanton. Title from item. Signed in pencil. Notation on recto: "For paper, C.E.P." (DLC/PP-2000:095) Forms part of: Marian S... more
Print shows Ulysses Grant and Edwin Stanton near cannon labeled "Congress" aimed at Lorenzo Thomas and President Johnson. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, v. 12, no. 584 (1868 March 7), p. 160.
Title devised by Library staff. Deposit; Tom Liljenquist; 2017; (D073) Purchased from: Margaret & Cary J. Delery, The Historical Shop, Metairie, Louisiana, June 2016. Forms part of: Liljenquist Family Collectio... more