Drawing shows view of monument beyond First Unitarian Church, originally First Independent Church of Baltimore, designed by Maximilian Godefroy, completed in 1818.
Certificate includes vignettes of the proposed Washington Monument with a pantheon and as an obelisk; medallion portrait of George Washington; and Washington's grave at Mount Vernon. The signatures are for Z. T... more
Print showing the Washington Monument as designed by Robert Mills above a bust portrait of George Washington. Includes printed inscription: "Earnestly recommended to the favor of our countrymen" with signatures... more
Print showing a "revised plan of the monument" with specifications and height comparisons to other buildings, as well as the Washington Monument in Baltimore and the Bunker Hill Monument in Boston.
Illustration showing the U.S. Capitol, the unfinished Washington Monument, the Potomac River, and the city of Alexandria, Virginia.
West-southwest view with Maryland Ave. SW and B Street SW (i.e., Independence Ave. SW) to the left, Maine Ave., 3rd, 4 1/2, and 6th streets SW to the center; view includes The Mall, Washington Armory, Armory Sq... more
Print shows the busy wharves in southwest Washington, DC, where wounded soldiers oftenarrived. In the foreground, the U.S.M. paddle steamboat "John Brooks" filled with Union soldeirs in the foreground, soldiers... more
Stereograph showing the Washington Monument with an equestrian statue of George Washington in the grounds of Capitol Square, Richmond, Virginia.
Print shows a bird's-eye view of Washington, D.C. in an oval, from the north, looking southeast, with the Washington Monument on the right and the U.S. Capitol on the left. Also shows a military parade or proce... more
Title from Washingtoniana Photographs, p. 17. Date based on span of years of C.M. Bell Collection. Negative number assigned by Library. Gift; American Genetic Association, 1975. General information about the C.... more
Print shows Superintendent P.H. McLaughlin placing cap stone on the Washington Monument. Other monument engineers and workers shown participating in the event, are Chief Engineer, Col. T.L. Casey (hands up); Ca... more
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 207, Folder 31.
Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: American art and American art collections / Walter Montgomery ed. Boston : E. W. Walker & co., 1889, p. 364. Facsimile scan provided for: Unbuilt Washington, National ... more
Photograph shows the home of David Burnes (Burns) and his daughter, Marcia (Burns) Van Ness, with the Washington Monument in the background, Washington, D.C.
H16898 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright 1902 by Underwood & Underwood. On mount: Works and Studios, Washington, D.C., Arlington, N.J., Littleton, N.H. Title from item.