Historic Engravings collection
The Historic Engravings collection is comprised of 154 pages of engravings, dating from 1747 to circa 1905. The engravings depict subject matter related to Africa and Africans.
Warshaw Collection of Business Americana Subject Categories: Engraving
A New York bookseller, Warshaw assembled this collection over nearly fifty years. The Warshaw Collection of Business Americana: Engraving forms part of the Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, Subseries 1.1: Subject Categories. The Subject Categories subseries is divided into 470 subject categories based on those created by Mr. Warshaw. These subject categories include topical subjects, types or forms of material, people, organizations, historical events, and other categories. An overview to the entire Warshaw collection is available here: Warshaw Collection of Business Americana
Washington Allston [graphic] / David Claypoole Johnston
Portrait of Washington Allston seated before an easel painting a picture.
John Singleton Copley [art original] : engraved after a portrait by himself
Original painting is in the Smithsonian Institution, National Portrait Gallery.
Francis A. Lammer papers
A photocopy of Lammer's 1972 autobiographical manuscript in which he describes his apprenticeship with Tiffany and Company, his work as an engraver, and the establishment of his own stationery and engraving business, the Maybeth Shop, in New Bedford, Mass.; 5 letters to Lammer, 1920-1955; an undated school notebook; an award; printed material including …
John Warner Barber scrapbook pages
Items "From Diary of J. W. Barber" pasted onto paper: a sketch of Lorenzo Dow, "Preaching on the steps of the South Portico of the State House at New Haven, Conn. June 30th 1832," an illustration from a wood engraving of the "Hudson Co. Court House & Jail Hudson City New Jersey," said …
George A. Kubler collection
Collection consists ofapproximately 66,000, high quality engravings collected by Kubler from European and American books and periodicals dating almost exclusively from the 19th century.Portraits and city views document the social history and material culture of the period. Specific topics covered include archery, boxing, funerals, irrigation, milk, peddlers, riots, stenography, volcanos, and wrecks, among others. Among the publications from which illustrations were removed are Harper's weekly, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Puck, Illustrated London News, and King's New York City Views. Dates Kubler noted on the individual items are the dates on which the illustrations appeared in the publication from which they were extracted, not the date of the events or subjects being documented. Each print is mounted on tissue. Folders marked by a red circle indicate extremely rare prints.
Elbridge Kingsley papers
An autobiography; list of the Kingsley Collection; and photographs.
Clare Leighton papers
Correspondence; biographical data; exhibition materials; photographs; scrapbooks; sketchbooks.
[Miscellaneous engravings] [graphic]
Miscellaneous engravings, including portraits (7) and naval/marine scenes (4), donated by the Argosy Book Shop.