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Topic: portraits

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Siricius I PP Romanus

Siricius I PP Romanus

Saint Siricius, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, with inset of coat of arms.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 8]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 8]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified man facing left. He wears a wig with a ponytail and has a prominent nose.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 5]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 5]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified man facing left. His hair stops just above his collar. A small lock of hair hangs over his forehead. He wears a cravat.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 2]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 2]

Silhouette bust portrait shows an unidentified man facing left. He wears a wig tied by a ribbon at the back and a cravat.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 12]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 12]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified man facing left. His hair does not reach his collar. A lock of hair hangs over his forehead. He wears a cravat.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 9]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 9]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified man facing left. He has a prominent nose.

[Silhouette of unidentified girl facing left, no. 1]

[Silhouette of unidentified girl facing left, no. 1]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified girl facing left. She wears a bow high in her hair. A lock of hair hangs over her forehead.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 6]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 6]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified man facing left. He has a lock of hair over his forehead, wavy hair, and sports a cravat around his neck.

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 1]

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 1]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified woman facing left. Ink has been used to enhance the outline of her hair.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 11]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 11]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified man facing left. His hair does not reach his collar. A lock of hair hangs over his forehead.

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 3]

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 3]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified woman or girl facing left. Her hair hangs down to the nape of her neck. A small lock of hair hangs over her forehead.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 7]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 7]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified man facing left. He wears a wig with a ponytail tied by a ribbon, a cravat, and shirt with a ruff.

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 5]

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 5]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified woman facing left with a bun in her hair, and strand of hair over her forehead.

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 6]

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 6]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified woman or girl facing left with a bun or ribbon high in her hair, and short strand of hair over her forehead.

[Silhouette of man facing right, no. 1]

[Silhouette of man facing right, no. 1]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified man facing right. He wears a wig with a ponytail and has a prominent nose.

[Silhouette of unidentified boy facing left]

[Silhouette of unidentified boy facing left]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified boy facing left. His hair is above his collar. A lock of hair hangs over his forehead.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 1]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 1]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified man facing left. He wears a wig or hat high on his head.

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 2]

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 2]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified woman facing left. Her hair tapers to the nape of her neck. A small lock of hair hangs over her forehead.

[Silhouette of girl facing left, no. 2]

[Silhouette of girl facing left, no. 2]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified girl facing left. Her hair hangs at the nape of her neck, and she wears bangs.

[Silhouette of girl facing left, no. 1]

[Silhouette of girl facing left, no. 1]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified girl facing left. She wears a ribbon high in her hair. A lock of hair hangs over her forehead.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 4]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 4]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified man facing left. His hair stops just above his collar. A lock of hair hangs over his forehead.

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 4]

[Silhouette of woman facing left, no. 4]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified woman facing left. She wears her hair in a bun. A large lock of hair hangs over her forehead.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 10]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 10]

Bust silhouette portrait shows an unidentified man facing left. He wears a wig with a ribbon tied around a ponytail and a cravat.

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 3]

[Silhouette of man facing left, no. 3]

Bust silhouette portrait shows unidentified man facing left. His hair hangs below his collar.

Myra Newell

Myra Newell

Bust portrait silhouette of a young girl identified as "Myra Newell", facing right.

Robt. [Robert] Newell

Robt. [Robert] Newell

Bust portrait silhouette of a young boy identified as "Robt. Newell", facing right.

Mrs. Newell

Mrs. Newell

Bust portrait silhouette of woman identified as "Mrs. Newell", facing left. She wears a bonnet with ribbon at top and fastened beneath the chin.

Capt. Gg. [George?] Newell

Capt. Gg. [George?] Newell

Bust portrait silhouette of an elderly man identified as "Capt. Gg. Newell", facing left. He wears his hair in a short pony-tail tied with a ribbon and he wears a high collar with cravat tied in a bow.

JRS

JRS

Bust silhouette portrait shows John Rhea Smith (fl. 1785-1809), son of continental congressman Jonathan Bayard Smith (1742-1812) and brother of Samuel Harrison Smith (1772-1845), facing left.

Twenty five dollars

Twenty five dollars

Print shows a bank note for $25 with a bust portrait of George Washington, right profile, in a medallion surrounded by text which states: "The President, Directois and Company of Washington Bank in Westerly [Rh... more

Thomas Moor [i.e., Moore], July 1804

Thomas Moor [i.e., Moore], July 1804

Bust portrait silhouette of Thomas Moore, facing right.

Tom Moor [i.e., Moore], 1804

Tom Moor [i.e., Moore], 1804

Bust portrait silhouette of Thomas Moore, facing right.

Jemmie(?) ; Mr. Brant for Hythe

Jemmie(?) ; Mr. Brant for Hythe

Two drawings perpendicular to one another : half-length profile of Jamaican woman; and two sailboats with several passengers in each.

La Duchesse / W5(?).

La Duchesse / W5(?).

Jamaican woman seated in doorway, kerchief over hair.

Nabobs

Nabobs

Print shows profile portraits of 20 men, called nabobs, who are representatives of the East India Company that have returned home with newly acquired wealth, generally through dubious or corrupt means.

The eldest son of Judge Breckenridge

The eldest son of Judge Breckenridge

Bust silhouette portrait shows the eldest son of Judge Henry Marie Breckenridge (1786-1871) facing right.

MAS

MAS

Bust silhouette portrait shows MAS, perhaps Anna Maria Smith, daughter of Samuel Harrison Smith (1772-1845) as identified by pencil inscription, facing left.

Portraits of Hannibal and Cyprian, with vignettes illustrating African character and wrongs

Portraits of Hannibal and Cyprian, with vignettes illustrating African...

An abolitionist print, asserting the nobility of the African peoples and deploring their inhumane treatment under the slave trade. There are two vignettes: "Treatment of the Africans" (top) showing African nati... more

[Clark sisters, five women, three-quarter length portraits, all facing front]

[Clark sisters, five women, three-quarter length portraits, all facing...

Grandmother and aunts of photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston.

American bank note company, Philadelphia, office 125 S. 5th St.

American bank note company, Philadelphia, office 125 S. 5th St.

Print shows an advertisement for the American Bank Note Company with an engraved illustration showing the "Signing the Declaration of Independence" and on the verso the full text of the Declaration of Independe... more

[Walter Restored Jones, half-length portrait, nearly in profile to left]

[Walter Restored Jones, half-length portrait, nearly in profile to lef...

Founder of Atlantic Mutual Marine Insurance Co., of New York City.

[Richard Yates, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left]

[Richard Yates, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left]

Whig Congressman from Illinois, 1851-1855; Republican Governor of Illinois, 1861-1865; Republican Senator from Illinois, 1865-1871.

[Stephen Arnold Douglas, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to left]

[Stephen Arnold Douglas, head-and-shoulders portrait, slightly to left...

Democratic Congressman from Illinois, 1843-1847; Senator, 1847-1861.

[Solomon Weathersbee Downs, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left]
[Colonel William Gates, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the right, in military uniform]

[Colonel William Gates, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to...

Colonel, U.S. Army; Governor of Tampico, Mexico, 1846-1848.

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