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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Great Meeting in Union Square, New York, to Support the Government, April 20, 1861, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published May 4, 1861
1996.7.5
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Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after)
Colonel Ellsworth, of the Fire Zouaves (unknown illustrator), and Colonel Wilson, of Wilson's Brigade [Photographed by Brady], published in "Harper's Weekly"
published May 11, 1861
1996.7.6
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Seventy-Ninth Regiment (Highlanders) New York State Militia, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published May 25, 1861
1996.7.7
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Homer, Winslow (after?)
The Advance Guard of the Grand Army of the United States Crossing the Long Ridge Over the Potomac, at 2 AM on May 24, 1861...
1861
1996.7.8
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The War-Making Havelocks for the Volunteers, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published June 29, 1861
1996.7.9
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Crew of the United States Steam Sloop "Colorado," Shipped at Boston, June 1861, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published July 13, 1861
1996.7.10
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Filling Cartridges at the United States Arsenal, at Watertown, Massachusetts, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published July 20, 1861
1996.7.11
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Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after); Loomis, G. H. (after)
Flag-Officer Stringham [photographed by Brady], Major-General Butler [photographed by Loomis, of Boston], and Bombardment of Forts Hatteras and Clark by the United States Fleet, under Flag-Officer Stringham, U.S.N., published in "Harper's Weekly"
published September 14, 1861
1996.7.12
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Homer, Winslow (after)
A Night Reconnoissance on the Potomac, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published October 26, 1861
1996.7.13
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Songs of the War, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published November 23, 1861
1996.7.14
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Christmas Boxes in Camp--Christmas, 1861, from "Harper's Weekly"
1861 (published January 4, 1862)
1996.7.15
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Our Army Before Yorktown, Virginia, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published May 3, 1862
1996.7.16
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Charge of the first Massachusetts Regiment on a Rebel Rifle Pit Near Yorktown - Sketched by Mr. W. Homer, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published May 17, 1862
1996.7.17
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Union Cavalry and Artillery Starting in Pursuit of the Rebels Up the Yorktown Turnpike, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published May 17, 1862
1996.7.19
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Army of the Potomac-Our Outlying Picket in the Woods, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published June 7, 1862
1996.7.20
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The War for the Union 1862. A Cavalry Charge., from "Harper's Weekly"
July 5, 1862
1996.7.21
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The surgeon at Work at the Rear During an Engagement., from "Harper's Weekly"
July 12, 1862
1996.7.22
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The War for the Union, 1862--A Bayonet Charge, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published July 12, 1862
1996.7.23
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Our Women and the War, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published September 6, 1862
1996.7.24
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Army of the Potomac--A Sharp-shooter on Picket Duty, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published November 15, 1862
1996.7.25
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Thanksgiving in Camp, from "Harper's Weekly"
published November 29, 1862
1996.7.26
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Homer, Winslow (after)
A Shell in the Rebel Trenches, from "Harper's Weekly"
January 17, 1863
1996.7.27
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Winter-quarters in Camp--The Inside of a Hut, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published January 24, 1863
1996.7.28
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Pay Day in the Army of the Potomac, from "Harper's Weekly, February 28, 1863 (p 136-137)"
February 28, 1863
1996.7.29
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Great Sumter Meeting in Union Square, New York, April 11, 1863, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published April 25, 1863
1996.7.30
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Russian Ball--In the Supper Room, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published November 21, 1863
1996.7.31
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Great Russian Ball at the Academy of Music, November 5, 1863, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published November 5, 1863
1996.7.32
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Anything For Me if You Please?"--Post-Office of the Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Comission., from "Harper's Weekly"
1864
1996.7.33
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Army of the Potomic--Sleeping on their Arms, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published May 28, 1864
1996.7.34
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Thanksgiving Day in the Army--After Dinner: The Wish Bone -[Drawn by W. Homer], from "Harper's Weekly, December 3,..."
1864
1996.7.35
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Holiday in Camp--Soldiers Playing "Foot-Ball", published in "Harper's Weekly"
published July 15, 1865
1996.7.36
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Our Watering Places--The Empty Sleeve at Newport, published in "Harper's Weekly"
published August 26, 1865
1996.7.37
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Bright Side, published in "Our Young Folks"
published July 1, 1866
1996.7.38
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Craig, Edward Gordon
Ninth Movement, published in "Camera Work, No. 32"
published October 1910
1984.46.10
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Picasso, Pablo
Don Luis de Gongora Y Argote, from "Peintre-Graveur"
ca. 1952
1996.43
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Müller, Otto
Zigeunermadonna (Gypsy Madonna), plate 1 of 9 from "Gypsy Portfolio"
1927
1996.44
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Rosa, Salvator
The Genius of Salvator Rosa
ca. 1662
1996.47
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Gonzalez-Torres, Felix
[STUDY COLLECTION] Untitled (Death by Gun)
1990
1997.52
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Hogarth, William
The Fellow 'Prentices at Their Looms, plate 1 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.1
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Hogarth, William
The Industrious 'Prentice performing the duty of a Christian, plate 2 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.2
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Hogarth, William
The Idle 'Prentice at play in the churchyard, plate 3 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.3
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Hogarth, William
The Industrious 'Prentice, a Favourite and entrusted by his Master, plate 4 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.4
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Hogarth, William
The Idle 'Prentice Turn'd away and sent to sea, plate 5 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.5
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Hogarth, William
The Industrious 'Prentice out of His Time and Married to his Master's Daughter, plate 6 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.6
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Hogarth, William
The Idle 'Prentice return'd from Sea and in a Garret with a Common Prostitute, plate 7 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.7
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Hogarth, William
The Industrious 'Prentice grown rich and Sheriff of London, plate 8 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.8
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Hogarth, William
The Idle 'Prentice Betray'd by his Whore and taken in a Night Cellar with his Accomplice, plate 9 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.9
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Hogarth, William
The Industrious 'Prentice Alderman of London, the Idle one brought before him & Impeached by His Accomplice, plate 10 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.10
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Hogarth, William
The Idle 'Prentice Executed at Tyburn, plate 11 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.11
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Hogarth, William
The Industrious 'Prentice Lord Mayor of London, plate 12 from the series "Industry and Idleness"
October 1747
1997.26.12
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