Jay T. Last Collection of American Views: Finding Aid

Finding aid prepared by Diann Benti and Krystle Satrum
Rare Books Department
The Huntington Library
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San Marino, California 91108
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Jay T. Last Collection of American View Prints
Dates (inclusive): 1824-1913
Bulk dates: 1840-1890
Collection Number: priJLC_VIEW
Collector: Last, Jay T.
Extent: 196 items
Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Rare Books Department
Huntington Library
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: 626-405-3473
Email: lastcollection@huntington.org
URL: http://www.huntington.org
Abstract: The prints in the Jay T. Last Collection of American Views consist of over 190 mostly lithographic prints depicting physical locales primarily in the United States. These images date from 1824 to 1913, with the bulk of the items dating between 1840 and 1890, and include town and city views; pictorial maps and plans; landscapes and waterscapes; scenes of rural and wilderness areas; commercial and residential streets and individual buildings and structures; parks, bridges, and monuments; and a small number of interior views. The view prints form part of the Jay T. Last Collection of Lithographic and Social History and provide rich resources for the study of nineteenth and early twentieth century American printing history, visual culture, and social history.
Language: English
Note:
Finding aid last updated on October 28, 2013.

Administration Information

Access

The collection is open to qualified researchers by prior application through the Reader Services Department. For more information, please visit the Huntington's website: www.huntington.org. 

Publication Rights

In order to quote from, publish, or reproduce any of the visual materials, researchers must obtain formal permission from the office of the Library Director. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Huntington as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Preferred Citation

[Item title, Call number]. Jay T. Last Collection of American View Prints, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Provenance

This collection forms part of the Jay T. Last Collection of Lithographic and Social History, which was donated to the Huntington Library by Jay T. Last in 2005 as a gift in progress. The bulk of the view prints were transferred to the Library in 2010; additional items were received and cataloged in 2012 and 2013.

Background

The Jay T. Last Collection is an unparalleled archive of printed paper artifacts that documents American lithographic history. The collection began in the early 1970s when physicist and Silicon Valley pioneer Jay Last moved to Southern California and started collecting citrus box labels he found at local flea markets and rummage sales. As his collection grew, Last realized that these labels conveyed important information about commercial printing, graphic design, and social history, and he expanded his collection to include other forms of American visual culture. Today this collection contains more than 140,000 lithographic prints, posters, and ephemera of mostly 19th and early 20th century American origin and represents works by more than five hundred lithographic companies.

Scope and Content

The prints in the Jay T. Last Collection of American Views consist of over 190 mostly lithographic prints depicting physical locales primarily in the United States. These images date from 1824 to 1913 and include town and city views; pictorial maps and plans; landscapes and waterscapes; scenes of rural and wilderness areas; commercial and residential streets and individual buildings and structures; parks, bridges, and monuments; and a small number of interior views. The images often incorporate depictions of people, animals, street traffic, railroad trains, and structures but share a focus on place, as opposed to genre scenes of everyday life or company- or product-based advertisements including views centered on proprietary buildings such as hotels or factories. While the majority of the collection features lithographs of American views produced by American artists, printers, and publishers, there are also a few engravings and foreign prints.
The prints in this collection were produced for a variety of purposes including as art reproductions, as illustrations in books, and as promotional materials; they consist of nearly 200 color-printed and/or hand-colored images and approximately 40 uncolored images and range in size from approximately 9 x 11 inches to 27 x 43 inches. The prints are organized geographically by region, and approximately 116 prints depict locales in the Northeastern United States, 28 in the American West, 25 in the Midwest, 21 in the South, and 5 of the prints depict places outside of the United States.
The view prints provide rich resources for the study of nineteenth and early twentieth century American printing history, visual culture, and social history. The prints offer evidence of the development of printmaking techniques and trends, and of the artists, engravers, lithographers, printers, and publishers involved in the creation of these items. As a visual historical record, this collection provides documentary evidence of the interplay between individuals and their environments, and their perceptions and interpretations of their surroundings. Prints in the collection document the topography, development, and promotion of towns and cities; urban planning; the impact of settlement, transportation, and infrastructure on both rural and urban environments; the architectural history of business and retail centers, civic buildings, private residences, churches, and education buildings; and perceptions towards wilderness and frontier areas. As well, information about social history emerges through the depictions of individuals and street scenes in many of these prints, including modes of transportation and leisure and commercial activities.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged in the following five series:
  • Series I. Northeast, 1824-1910
  • Series II. South, 1846-approximately 1890s
  • Series III. Midwest, approximately 1855-1897
  • Series IV. West, 1849-1913
  • Series V. Foreign, approximately 1850s-approximately 1890s
The series are based on the four geographic regions of the United States recognized by the United States Census Bureau.
Items are arranged numerically by call number and described in the following format:
  • Title of print. Date
  • Artist(s) (when known). Printer(s). Publisher(s).

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Huntington Library's Online Catalog.  

Genres

Chromolithographs.
Engravings.
Intaglio prints.
Lithographs.
Maps.
Prints.
Relief prints.
Views.

Subjects

Architecture -- Details -- Pictorial works.
Boats and boating -- Pictorial works.
Bridges -- Pictorial works.
Buildings -- Pictorial works.
Church buildings -- Pictorial works.
Cities & towns -- Pictorial works.
Cityscapes -- Pictorial works.
College campuses -- Pictorial works.
Commercial streets -- Pictorial works.
Dwellings -- Pictorial works.
Factories -- Pictorial works.
Horse-drawn vehicles -- Pictorial works.
Lakes -- Pictorial works.
Landscapes -- Pictorial works.
Local transit -- Pictorial works.
Mountains -- Pictorial works.
Parks -- Pictorial works.
Pictorial maps.
Public buildings -- Pictorial works.
Railroads -- Pictorial works.
Rivers -- Pictorial works.
Schools -- Pictorial works.
Storefronts -- Pictorial works.
Streets -- Pictorial works.
Waterfalls -- Pictorial works.
Waterfronts -- Pictorial works.
Wilderness areas -- Pictorial works.

Printer, Publisher, Artist Index

The following is a complete list of printers, publishers, and artists represented in the collection.
A. Hoen & Co.
A.F. Poole & Co.
A.L. Bancroft & Company.
American Bank Note Company.
American Lithographic Co.
American Oleograph Co.
American Photo-Lithographic Company.
American Publishing Co. (Milwaukee, Wis.)
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company (copyright holder)
August Gast & Co.
Bachelder, John B. (John Badger), 1825-1894.
Bachmann, John, active 1849-1885.
Bailey, H. H. (Howard Heston), 1836-1878.
Bailey, S. F.
Baker, Geo. H. (George Holbrook), 1827-1906.
Barker, J. J.
Bartholdi, Frédéric Auguste, 1834-1904.
Beck & Pauli.
Beman, S. S. (Solon Spencer), 1853-1914 (architect)
Benecke, Theodore.
Bennett, N. S.
Bien, Julius, 1826-1909.
Billings, Hammatt, 1818-1874.
Billings, J. E., approximately 1821-1880 (architect).
Birch, Thomas, 1779-1851.
Boell, William.
Bonar, Thomas.
Bornet, John.
Bosqui Eng. & Print. Co.
Bowen, John T., approximately 1801-1856?
Bremner (D.) & Co. Lith.
Britton & Co.
Britton & Rey.
Brooklyn Land and Building Co.
Brotherhead, William.
Browning, A. E.
Bryant, Gridley James Fox, 1816-1899 (architect)
Buckman, Bowen, 1788-1864.
Burleigh Litho.
Burleigh, Charles Calistus, 1848-1882.
Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923.
Butler, J. M. (John M.)
C.H. Vogt & Son.
C.H. Vogt (Firm)
Calvert Lithographing Co. (Detroit, Mich.)
Cameron, John, approximately 1828-.
Campbell, A. J., active 1860.
Campbell, Robert, active 1806-1831.
Cattier, F. L.
Charles Shober & Co.
Chas. H. Crosby & Co.
Chicago Lithographing Co.
Chillas, David.
Clark & Kenitzer.
Clarke, C., active 1872-1873.
Clarke, Wm. M. (Lithographer)
Collier & Cleaveland Lith. Co.
Collins & Autenrieth.
Compton & Company.
Concordia Publishing House.
Condit, W. J.
Corrie's Detroit Lithographic Office.
Crawford & Parsons.
Cropsey, Jasper Francis, 1823-1900.
Crump Label Co.
Currier & Ives.
Currier, Charles, 1818-1887.
D.W. Kellogg & Co.
Degen, Geo.
Dennington, Clement L.
Denver Lith. Co.
Deroy, Laurent, 1797-1886.
Devereux, George T., approximately 1810-.
Donaldson Litho. Co.
Dreser, William, approximately 1820-.
E. Herrlein's Lith.
E. Sachse & Co.
E.B. & E.C. Kellogg (Firm)
Edmund Foerster & Co.
Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co.
Eights, James, 1798-1882.
Ells, Wm. (Printer)
Ellsbury, George H., 1840-1900.
Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.)
Engel, W.
Evershed, Thomas, 1817-1890.
Fenderich, Charles.
Ferd. Mayer & Sons.
Field, B. W.
Filkins, Henry.
Firks, Henry.
Fishbourne's Litho C.
Fogerty, J. J.
Fowler & Bailey.
Fowler, O. R.
Fowler, T. M. (Thaddeus Mortimer), 1842-1922.
Franklin Square Lithograph Company.
Friend & Aub.
Frizzell, S. S. (Samuel S.), 1843-1895.
Furrer, R. (Printer)
G.T. Brown & Co. Lith.
Geo. H. Walker & Co.
Geo. Schlegel (Firm).
Gies & Co.
Glover, E. S. (Eli Sheldon), 1844-1920.
Gordon & Lees.
Goupil & Cie.
Goupil, Vibert & Co.
Granger, Charles H., active 1840-1860.
Graphic Company.
Great Divide Pub. Co. (copyright claimant)
Green, Vernon.
H.H. Bailey & Co.
H.J. Toudy & Co.
H.S. Crocker & Co.
H.W. Burgett & Co.
Hall & Mooney.
Hamilton, J. R., active 1852-1866.
Hamilton, James, 1819-1878.
Haskell & Allen.
Hastings & Parker.
Hatch & Co.
Hayward, George.
Hazen, J. C.
Henderson, John N.
Henry Seibert & Bros.
Heppenheimer, Frederick, -1876.
Herline & Hensel.
Hess, B.
Hill, Charles G., (Daguerreotypist)
Hill, J. W. (John William), 1812-1879.
Hill, M. S.
Himpler, Francis G., 1833-1916.
Hobson, R. H., active 1829-1834.
Hoffmann, V., 1834-.
Holland, John Joseph, approximately 1776-1820 (attributed name)
Holloway, F.
Horace Thayer & Co.
Hubbard, Richard William.
Hunckel & Son.
Hunt, Richard Morris, 1828-1895.
J. Knauber & Co.
J.H. Bufford's Lith.
J.H. Bufford's Sons Lith.
J.H. Mahler Company.
Jaques, A. B.
Jones & Newman.
Jones & Potsdamer.
Jones, W. H. (Auctioneer)
Julius Bien & Co.
Keller & Fletcher.
Kellogg, Elijah Chapman, 1811-1881.
Kelsey, C.
Kiehn, J., 1835-1869.
Klauprech & Menzel.
Knight, Frederick K.
Kollner, Augustus, 1813-1906.
Kuchel, Charles Conrad, 1820-.
Kurz & Allison.
L. Prang & Co.
Lane, Fitz Henry, 1804-1865.
Langley, Langley & Burke.
Lapham, J. M.
Le Moulnier, I. F.
Leuthner, Frederick, -approximately 1890.
Locher, J. H.
MacBrair & Sons.
Magnus, Charles.
Mason Publishing Association.
Mason, William G.
Mathews, Alfred Edward, 1831-1874.
Matter, C.
Melville, George W., 1856-1928.
Merchant's Lithographing Company.
Michelin, Francis, 1809 or 10-1878.
Middleton, Strobridge & Co.
Miehle Printing Press & Mfg. Co.
Milbourne, C.
Mills, Robert, 1781-1855.
Milwaukee Lith. & Engr. Co.
Moore & De Pue.
Moore, E. S.
Moran, Thomas, 1837-1926.
Moray, John, 1831-.
Moyer, James B.
Murrell, James H.
Myers, Elijah E., 1832-1909.
Nagel & Weingärtner.
Neumann, Louis E.
Norris, George E.
O.H. Bailey & Co.
O'Donnell, Charles.
Orcutt Litho Co.
P.S. Duval & Son.
Packard, Herbert S.
Parker, Edwd. (Printer)
Parsons & Atwater.
Parsons, Charles, 1821-1910.
Pease, Richard H., 1813-1869.
Pendleton's Lithography.
Pierce, B. W. (Bruce Wellington), 1859-1947.
Platen, C.
Poole & Norris.
Poole, A. F.
Powers, Thomas E., 1808-1876 (builder)
Prang & Mayer.
Rease & Schell.
Rease, W. H.
Robert Teufel & Co.
Robertson, Seibert & Shearman.
Robinson, Henry R., -1850.
Rogers, Isaiah, 1800-1869.
Rogers, W. C. (Lithographer)
Root & Tinker.
Rosenthal, L. N. (Louis N.)
Rosenthal, Max, 1833-1918.
Ruger & Stoner.
Ruger, A., 1829-1899.
Sage, Sons & Co.
Sarony & Major.
Sarony, Napoleon, 1821-1896.
Schile, H. (Henry)
Schoen, August.
Schwegler, J.
Serrell & Perkins.
Serrell, Edward W. (Edward Wellman), 1826-.
Silloway, Thomas W. (Thomas William), 1828-1910 (architect)
Simpson, J. G. (Printer)
Sintzenich, Edward.
Sloan & Stewart.
Sloan, Samuel, 1815-1884 (architect)
Smith, B. F., Jr.
Spooner Brothers.
Starkweather, N. G. (Norris Garshom), 1818-1885.
Stayman & Brother.
Stilson, J.
Stinger, W.
Strobridge Lithographing Company.
Swasey, W. F. (William F.)
Swinton, Frederick J.
T. Sinclair's Lith.
Tappan & Bradford.
Taylor, T. (artist)
Tholey, Charles P., -1898.
Tidd, M. M., 1827-1895.
Valentine, D. T. (David Thomas), 1801-1869.
W. Endicott & Co.
W. J. Morgan & Co.
W. Stephenson & Co.
Wagner & M'Guigan.
Walker Lith. & Pub. Co.
Walton, Henry.
Warner, C. L.
Watson, John Frampton.
Waud, William, -1878.
Weidenmann, Jacob, 1829-1893.
Weik, John.
Weingartner, A.
Whitefield, Edwin, 1816-1892.
Wiltsie & Hess.
Woodward, Grant, & Co.
Wright & Sanders.
Yale & Evans.
Young, Ammi B. (Ammi Burnham), 1799-1874 (architect)


Collection Contents

 

Series I. Northeast 1824-1910

Physical Description: 117 items

Scope and Content

This series contains 116 primarily lithographic prints, dating from 1824 to 1910, that depict locations in the American Northeast. The images include views of cities and towns, buildings and structures, and landscapes in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Within the series, there are two engraved prints: priJLC_VIEW_000697 and priJLC_VIEW_001041.

Arrangement

Individual items within this series are arranged numerically by call number.
priJLC_VIEW_000515

Bird’s eye view of Philadelphia. ©1857

Artists: Bachmann, John, active 1849-1885 Printers: P.S. Duval & Son Publishers: Weik, John
priJLC_VIEW_000516

The city of New York. ©1870

Printers: Currier & Ives Publishers: Currier & Ives
priJLC_VIEW_000517

City of Providence R.I. ©1877

Artists: Schwegler, J. ; Packard, Herbert S. Printers: Neumann, Louis E. Publishers: H.W. Burgett & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000521

Philadelphia, : from Girard College - 1850. ©1850

Artists: Hill, J. W. (John William), 1812-1879 ; Smith, B. F., Jr Printers: Michelin, Francis, 1809 or 1810-1878
priJLC_VIEW_000525

A view of Manchester, N.H. ©1855

Artists: Bachelder, John B. (John Badger), 1825-1894 Printers: Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.)
priJLC_VIEW_000526

View of Newark, N.J. : from the north. ©1847

Artists: Whitefield, Edwin, 1816-1892 Printers: Michelin, Francis, 1809 or 1810-1878
priJLC_VIEW_000532

Bird’s eye view of Lake Village, Belknap County N H 1883. approximately 1883

Printers: Beck & Pauli Publishers: Poole & Norris
priJLC_VIEW_000534

Birds eye view of Philadelphia. ©1850

Artists: Bachmann, John, active 1849-1885 Printers: Sarony & Major Publishers: Bachmann, John, fl. 1849-1885
priJLC_VIEW_000535

Bird’s eye view of Watkins, N.Y. between 1872 and 1875

Artists: Bailey, S. F. Printers: Jones & Potsdamer Publishers: Fowler & Bailey
priJLC_VIEW_000536

Catskill, Greene Co., N.Y. : south west view. 1854. approximately 1854

Artists: Kelsey, C. Printers: Pease, Richard H., 1813-1869
priJLC_VIEW_000537

Central Park. (Summer.) ©1865

Artists: Bachmann, John, active 1849-1885 Printers: Bien, Julius, 1826-1909 Publishers: Edmund Foerster & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000538

Chicopee, Mass., 1856. approximately 1856

Artists: Spooner Brothers Printers: Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.) Publishers: Bachelder, John B. (John Badger), 1825-1894
priJLC_VIEW_000539

City of Hartford, Conn. ©1864

Artists: Bachmann, John, active 1849-1885 Printers: Heppenheimer, Frederick, -1876 Publishers: Weidenmann, Jacob, 1829-1893
priJLC_VIEW_000541

Connecticut : city of New Haven. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William ; Crawford & Parsons Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000544

Florence north west view. approximately 1855

Artists: Burleigh, Charles Calistus, 1848-1882 Printers: E.B. & E.C. Kellogg (Firm)
priJLC_VIEW_000546

Harmony, : Butler County Pennsylvania. 1901. approximately 1901

Artists: Fowler, T. M. (Thaddeus Mortimer), 1842-1922 Printers: Fowler, T. M. (Thaddeus Mortimer), 1842-1922 ; Moyer, James B. Publishers: Fowler, T. M. (Thaddeus Mortimer), 1842-1922 ; Moyer, James B.
priJLC_VIEW_000547

Henniker, N.H. ©1889

Artists: Norris, George E. Printers: Burleigh Litho Publishers: Norris, George E.
priJLC_VIEW_000548

Hinsdale, N.H. ©1886

Artists: Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923 Printers: C.H. Vogt & Son Publishers: Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923
priJLC_VIEW_000549

Jersey Shore : looking south west Lycoming Co. Pa. 1854. : Bachelder's album of American scenery. approximately 1854

Artists: Bachelder, John B. (John Badger), 1825-1894 ; Rease, W. H. Printers: Wagner & M'Guigan
priJLC_VIEW_000550

Lawrence, Mass. : 1876. approximately 1876

Artists: Bailey, H. H. (Howard Heston), 1836-1878 ; Hazen, J. C. Printers: C.H. Vogt (Firm) ; J. Knauber & Co. Publishers: Bailey, H. H. (Howard Heston), 1836-1878 ; Hazen, J. C.
priJLC_VIEW_000551

Lynn Mass. : east view from near High Rock : No. 3 : Album of New England scenery. ©1856

Artists: Bachelder, John B. (John Badger), 1825-1894 ; Hill, Charles G. Printers: W. Endicott & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000553

Matteawan, N.Y. : 1886. approximately 1886

Artists: Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923 Printers: Burleigh Litho Publishers: Burleigh Litho
priJLC_VIEW_000554

Milford, Mass. : No. 18 : Album of New England scenery. ©1857

Artists: Bachelder, John B. (John Badger), 1825-1894 Printers: W. Endicott & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000556

Nashua, N.H. : 1875. approximately 1875

Artists: H.H. Bailey & Co. Printers: C.H. Vogt (Firm) ; J. Knauber & Co. Publishers: H.H. Bailey & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000557

New Hampshire : city of Portsmouth. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000558

New Jersey : city of Trenton. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000559

New York, about 1790. approximately 1862

Printers: Hayward, George Publishers: Valentine, D. T. (David Thomas), 1801-1869
priJLC_VIEW_000560

New York : city of New York. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000561

New York, taken from Central Park. ©1874

Printers: Geo. Schlegel (Firm) Publishers: Degen, Geo.
priJLC_VIEW_000565

Pennsylvania : city of Philadelphia. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000567

Putnam, Connecticut. approximately 1887

Printers: O.H. Bailey & Co. Publishers: O.H. Bailey & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000568

Rhode Island : city of Newport. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000570

Sing Sing, N.Y. approximately 1884

Artists: Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923 Printers: Beck & Pauli Publishers: Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923
priJLC_VIEW_000573

The Switzerland of America. approximately 188-?

Printers: American Bank Note Company
priJLC_VIEW_000575

View of Newburgh, N.Y. ; Knox's head quarters, Mortonville, N.Y. ; Washington's head quarters, Newburgh, N.Y. ©1852

Artists: Hess, B. Printers: Wiltsie & Hess Publishers: Wiltsie & Hess
priJLC_VIEW_000578

View of Shelburne Falls, Mass. 1877. approximately 1877

Printers: Bremner (D.) & Co. Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000579

View of the town of Gloucester, Mass. approximately 1835

Artists: Lane, Fitz Henry, 1804-1865 Printers: Pendleton's Lithography
priJLC_VIEW_000581

View of Woburn, Mass. : from Academy Hill, in 1820, from an original sketch by Bowen Buckman Esqr. approximately 1860

Artists: Buckman, Bowen, 1788-1864 Printers: Tidd, M. M., 1827-1895 Publishers: Hastings & Parker
priJLC_VIEW_000583

Winchester : Middlesex County Mass 1886. approximately 1886

Artists: Poole, A. F. Printers: Geo. H. Walker & Co. Publishers: A.F. Poole & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000587

Bird’s-eye view of the great suspension bridge, connecting the cities of New York and Brooklyn - from New York looking south-east. ©1883

Printers: Franklin Square Lithograph Company
priJLC_VIEW_000589

Elevation plan of Granite St. buildings and those connecting with Walnut, Dock, and Front Streets. approximately 1853

Printers: Kollner, Augustus, 1813-1906
priJLC_VIEW_000591

Grand Lodge Room of the New Masonic Hall, Chestnut Street Philadelphia. ©1855

Artists: Rosenthal, Max, 1833-1918 ; Collins & Autenrieth Printers: Rosenthal, L. N. (Louis N.)
priJLC_VIEW_000592

The great East River Suspension Bridge. : Connecting the cities of New York & Brooklyn - from New York looking south-east. ©1877

Artists: Parsons & Atwater Printers: Currier & Ives Publishers: Currier & Ives
priJLC_VIEW_000599

Albany - Exchange, & Museum. approximately 1846

Artists: Smith, B. F., Jr Printers: Pease, Richard H., 1813-1869
priJLC_VIEW_000603

Commissioners Hall : Spring Garden. approximately 1851

Artists: Kuchel, Charles Conrad, 1820- Printers: P.S. Duval & Son Publishers: Henderson, John N.
priJLC_VIEW_000604

Compo house. : The residence of Richard H. Winslow Esq. at Westport, Conn. between 1853 and 1861

Artists: Le Moulnier, I. F. Printers: Bonar, Thomas
priJLC_VIEW_000605

Convent of the Good Shepherd. between 1880 and 1900

Printers: Geo. H. Walker & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000614

The floating church of the redeemer, Philadelphia. between 1848 and 1852

Artists: Dennington, Clement L. Printers: W. Endicott & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000618

The Government House. ©1847

Artists: Condit, W. J. ; Milbourne, C. Printers: Ells, Wm. (Printer) ; Robinson, Henry R., -1850 Publishers: Robinson, Henry R., -1850
priJLC_VIEW_000623

Interior view of Independence Hall, Philadelphia. ©1856

Artists: Rosenthal, Max, 1833-1918 Printers: Rosenthal, L. N. (Louis N.) Publishers: Stayman & Brother
priJLC_VIEW_000628

Maiden Lane, New York. approximately 1885

Printers: American Photo-Lithographic Company Publishers: Fogerty, J. J.
priJLC_VIEW_000633

The new Masonic Hall, : Philadelphia. approximately 1855

Artists: Tholey, Charles P., -1898 ; Sloan & Stewart Printers: Friend & Aub ; Chillas, David Publishers: Simpson, J. G. (Printer)
priJLC_VIEW_000634

Number 26 Broadway, : containing the executive offices of the Standard Oil Company ... ©1886

Publishers: Root & Tinker
priJLC_VIEW_000636

Odd Fellows’ Broadway Hall. approximately 1855

Artists: Sloan, Samuel, 1815-1884 (architect) Printers: Rease & Schell
priJLC_VIEW_000638

The old Congregational Church, Saco. : Built 1803-Ded 1806-Burnt July 8th 1860. ©1860

Artists: Granger, Charles H., active 1840-1860 Printers: J.H. Bufford’s Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000642

Proposed Arcade Railway. : Under Broadway, view near Wall Street. approximately 1870

Printers: Ferd. Mayer & Sons
priJLC_VIEW_000648

View of Park Place, New York. : from Broadway to Church Street. North side. approximately 1855

Printers: Boell, William Publishers: W. Stephenson & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000657

Atlantic Avenue, Drive and Promenade. between 1861 and 1868

Printers: Henry Seibert & Bros.
priJLC_VIEW_000662

Chauncy Hall School & First Congregational Church : Boston 1857. approximately 1857

Artists: Waud, William, -1878 Printers: Prang & Mayer
priJLC_VIEW_000663

City museum : Callowhill St. below Fifth St. Philadelphia. approximately 1858

Artists: Rease, W. H. Printers: Wagner & M'Guigan ; E. Herrlein's Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000666

Fairmount. ©1867

Artists: Kiehn, J., 1835-1869 Printers: Bien, Julius, 1826-1909 Publishers: Kiehn, J., 1835-1869
priJLC_VIEW_000669

Horizontorium. ©1832

Artists: Mason, William G. Printers: Barker, J. J. Publishers: Hobson, R. H., active 1829-1834
priJLC_VIEW_000673

Interior view of Tammany Hall decorated for the National Convention July 4th 1868. approximately 1868

Printers: Rogers, W. C. (Lithographer)
priJLC_VIEW_000679

Merchants' Exchange, New York. approximately 1837

Artists: Warner, C. L. ; Rogers, Isaiah, 1800-1869 Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith. Publishers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000682

The old brewery at the Five Points N.Y. : As it appeared Decr. 1st 1852 previous to its being torn down by the Ladies Home Missionary Socy. of the M. E. Church. approximately 1852

Artists: Parsons, Charles, 1821-1910 Printers: W. Endicott & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000683

Old Warehouse - Dock Square, Boston. : Built 1860. Taken down 1860. approximately 1860

Printers: L. Prang & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000685

Philadelphia : Girard - College. ©1848

Artists: Kollner, Augustus, 1813-1906 ; Deroy, Laurent, 1797-1886 Printers: Cattier, F. L. Publishers: Goupil, Vibert & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000688

St. Alphonsus Church New York, : South Fifth Avenue near Canal. approximately 1872

Artists: Himpler, Francis G., 1833-1916 Printers: Hatch & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000690

State Street, Albany, : 1805. between 1847 and 1852

Artists: Eights, James, 1798-1882 Printers: Pease, Richard H., 1813-1869 Publishers: Pease, Richard H., 1813-1869
priJLC_VIEW_000691

Stevens Block, Lynn Mass. approximately 1884

Printers: Geo. H. Walker & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000694

Vermont Capitol, Montpelier. approximately 1857

Artists: Silloway, Thomas W. (Thomas William), 1828-1910 (Architect) ; Powers, Thomas E., 1808-1876 (builder) Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000696

View of the court house at East Cambridge, Middlesex Cy. Mass. approximately 1849

Artists: Young, Ammi B. (Ammi Burnham), 1799-1874 (architect) Printers: Tappan & Bradford
priJLC_VIEW_000697

View of the dam and water works at Fair Mount, Philadelphia. ©1824

Artists: Birch, Thomas, 1779-1851 ; Campbell, Robert, active 1806-1831 Publishers: Parker, Edwd. (Printer)
priJLC_VIEW_000706

Niagara Falls, : American side. ©1855

Artists: Bornet, John Printers: Nagel & Weingärtner Publishers: Goupil & Cie
priJLC_VIEW_000707

Niagara Falls, : Canadian side. ©1856

Artists: Benecke, Theodore Printers: Weingartner, A. Publishers: Goupil & Cie
priJLC_VIEW_000709

American autumn, : Starucca Valley, Erie R Road. approximately 1865

Artists: Cropsey, Jasper Francis, 1823-1900 ; Dreser, William, approximately 1820- Printers: T. Sinclair's Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000710

Autumn on Lake George. between 1869 and 1878

Printers: Haskell & Allen Publishers: Haskell & Allen
priJLC_VIEW_000713

Lake George. ©1865

Artists: Hubbard, Richard William Printers: T. Sinclair’s Lith. Publishers: Sintzenich, Edward
priJLC_VIEW_000714

Lake Pleasant, Mass. Hoosac tunnel route. : A popular summer resort. approximately 1881

Printers: J.H. Bufford’s Sons Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000715

Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire. ©1903

Printers: Geo. H. Walker & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000721

Niagara. ©1866

Printers: P.S. Duval & Son Publishers: Sintzenich, Edward
priJLC_VIEW_000722

Niagara Falls. between 1885 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_000723

Niagara Falls. ©1870

Printers: Sage, Sons & Co. Publishers: Crawford & Parsons
priJLC_VIEW_000724

On the St. Lawrence : Indian encampment. between 1869 and 1878

Printers: Haskell & Allen Publishers: Haskell & Allen
priJLC_VIEW_000725

Panorama of Catskill Mountains N. Y. between 1871 and 1879

Artists: Schile, H. (Henry) Printers: Schile, H. (Henry) Publishers: Schile, H. (Henry)
priJLC_VIEW_000726

Panorama of Catskill Mountains N. Y. between 1871 and 1879

Artists: Schile, H. (Henry) Printers: Schile, H. (Henry) Publishers: Schile, H. (Henry)
priJLC_VIEW_000727

Queenston & Lewiston suspension bridge. : (The largest in the world!!!) approximately 1850

Artists: Knight, Frederick K. ; Serrell, Edward W. (Edward Wellman), 1826- Printers: Serrell & Perkins
priJLC_VIEW_000729

Scene on the Deleware [sic] River. between 1869 and 1878

Printers: Haskell & Allen Publishers: Haskell & Allen
priJLC_VIEW_000730

Sketch of the Niagara Falls suspension bridge : (new in progress) shewing [sic] the basket ferry and the temporary towers of the foot bridge. ©1848

Artists: Holloway, F. ; Filkins, Henry Printers: Hall & Mooney
priJLC_VIEW_001011

Liberty enlightening the world on : Bedloes Island in New York Harbor. ©1883

Artists: Hunt, Richard Morris, 1828-1895 ; Bartholdi, Frédéric Auguste, 1834-1904 Printers: Root & Tinker
priJLC_VIEW_001014

Female College. : Worcester, Mass. approximately 1860

Printers: L. Prang & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001017

State Reform School Westboro' Mass. between 1849 and 1854

Printers: Tappan & Bradford
priJLC_VIEW_001018

Panoramic view : of Milwaukee Wis. : taken from city hall tower. ©1898

Printers: Gugler Lithographic Company
priJLC_VIEW_001019

St. Mary's Church. 1797. : The first Catholic Church in Albany. between 1886 and 1900

Printers: Donaldson Litho. Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001020

Connecticut State Prison. between 1836 and 1840

Printers: D.W. Kellogg & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001022

Portage Bridge. approximately 1853

Artists: Stilson, J. Printers: Compton & Company
priJLC_VIEW_001023

Odd Fellows Hall. : Junction of Tremont and Berkley Streets, and Warren Avenue, Boston. Corner stone laid June 13, 1871. approximately 1871

Artists: Billings, J. E., approximately 1821-1880 (architect) Printers: Chas. H. Crosby & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001030

A View of the Federal Hall of the City of New York, : as appeared in the year 1797, with the adjacent buildings thereto. approximately 1865

Artists: Holland, John Joseph, approximately 1776-1820 (attributed name) Printers: Currier, Charles, 1818-1887
priJLC_VIEW_001032

Broadway New York. : South from the park. between 1852 and 1854

Printers: Kellogg, Elijah Chapman, 1811-1881 ; Horace Thayer & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001033

Birthplace of Harriet Newell, Haverhill Mass. ©1853

Artists: Fowler, O. R. Printers: Tappan & Bradford Publishers: Jaques, A. B.
priJLC_VIEW_001036

Provincetown Mass. ©1910

Printers: Walker Lith. & Pub. Co. Publishers: Walker Lith. & Pub. Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001037

St. Mary's Catholic Church, : Rome, N.Y. dedicated September 22nd,, 1872. approximately 1872

Printers: Gordon & Lees
priJLC_VIEW_001038

The New York State Soldiers' and Sailors' home. : Bath, New York. between 1881 and 1888

Printers: Clarke, Wm. M. (Lithographer)
priJLC_VIEW_001040

View of the new jail for Suffolk County, in the state of Massachusetts, erecting by the city of Boston upon Charles & North Grove Sts. : 1848 Josiah Quincy Jr. Mayor. approximately 1848

Artists: Bryant, Gridley James Fox, 1816-1899 (architect) ; Billings, Hammatt, 1818-1874 Printers: J.H. Bufford’s Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_001041

Niagara Falls : (Canada side). approximately 1845

Artists: Hamilton, James, 1819-1878 ; Taylor, T. (artist) Printers: Butler, J. M. (John M.)
priJLC_VIEW_001044

Northern Liberties & Spring Garden Water Works. approximately 1852

Artists: Scott, Thomas M. ; Kuchel, Charles Conrad, 1820- Printers: P.S. Duval & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001045

A view of Fairmount and the water-works : showing the bridge previous to its destruction by fire. Taken from the veranda of Hardings Hotel, Schuylkill. ©1838

Artists: Bowen, John T., approximately 1801-1856? Printers: Bowen, John T., approximately 1801-1856? Publishers: Bowen, John T., approximately 1801-1856?
priJLC_VIEW_001047

Sandy Hill, N.Y. ©1884

Artists: Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923 Printers: Beck & Pauli Publishers: Burleigh, L. R. (Lucien R.), 1853?-1923
priJLC_VIEW_001048

Hackensack, New Jersey. 1896. approximately 1896

Printers: O.H. Bailey & Co. Publishers: O.H. Bailey & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001198

Sunrise On Lake Saranac. ©1860

Printers: Currier & Ives Publishers: Currier & Ives
priJLC_VIEW_001200

Ice cutting on Crystal Lake, : near New Rochelle, N.Y. approximately 1847

Artists: Whitefield, Edwin, 1816-1892 Printers: Jones & Newman
priJLC_VIEW_001202

Girard avenue bridge. : Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. approximately 1874

Printers: Currier & Ives Publishers: Currier & Ives
priJLC_VIEW_001203

Boston Common : Beacon Street Mall, looking towards Park Street. between 1875 and 1877

Printers: Haskell & Allen Publishers: Haskell & Allen
priJLC_VIEW_001338

View of Elmira Ch. Co. NY. looking west. approximately 1849

Artists: Walton, Henry
priJLC_VIEW_001339

View of Painted Post, Steuben Co. N.Y. : From the north side. 1850. approximately 1850

Artists: Walton, Henry Printers: Sarony, Napoleon, 1821-1896
priJLC_VIEW_001516

Bluff Point Crooked Lake, N. Y. approximately 184-?

Artists: Swinton, Frederick J. ; Evershed, Thomas, 1817-1890
priJLC_VIEW_001517

View of Middletown, N. Y. 1874. approximately 1874

Printers: American Oleograph Co.
 

Series II. South 1846-approximately 1890s

Physical Description: 21 items

Scope and Content

This series contains twenty-one lithographic prints, dating from 1846 to the late 19th century, that depict locations in the American South. The images include views of cities and towns, landscapes, and buildings in Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia.

Note

A view print of Covington, Kentucky, Newport, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio, (priJLC_VIEW_001340) is included in the Midwest series.

Arrangement

Individual items within this series are arranged numerically by call number.
priJLC_VIEW_000514

Bird’s eye view of New-Orleans. between 1850 and 1859

Artists: Matter, C. Printers: Furrer, R. (Printer) Publishers: Locher, J. U. ; Locher, J. H.
priJLC_VIEW_000523

View of Baltimore, Md. : from Federal Hill. ©1847

Artists: Whitefield, Edwin, 1816-1892 Printers: Michelin, Francis, 1809 or 1810-1878
priJLC_VIEW_000542

Delaware : city of Wilmington. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000545

Georgia : city of Savannah. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000552

Maryland : city of Baltimore. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000562

North Carolina : city of Wilmington. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000571

South Carolina : city of Charleston. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000580

View of Washington city. ©1867

Printers: E. Sachse & Co. Publishers: Field, B. W.
priJLC_VIEW_000582

Virginia : city of Norfolk. approximately 1875

Artists: Brotherhead, William Printers: H.J. Toudy & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000590

First Presbyterian Church : Baltimore, Md. between 1856 and 1866

Artists: Starkweather, N. G. (Norris Garshom), 1818-1885 ; Watson, John Frampton Printers: Herline & Hensel
priJLC_VIEW_000610

Design of the Washington : National Monument to be erected in the city of Washington. ©1846

Artists: Mills, Robert, 1781-1855 Printers: Fenderich, Charles
priJLC_VIEW_000616

Fortress Monroe, Old Point Comfort and Hygeia Hotel, Va. ©1861

Printers: E. Sachse & Co. Publishers: Magnus, Charles
priJLC_VIEW_000643

Ruins of St. Johns & St. Finbars Cathedral, Charleston, S.C. ©1877

Artists: Murrell, James H. Printers: A. Hoen & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000659

Birds eye view of Mt. Vernon, : the home of Washington. ©1852

Artists: Cameron, John, approximately 1828- Printers: Currier, Charles, 1818-1887 Publishers: Yale & Evans
priJLC_VIEW_000665

East view of Mt. Vernon mansion. ©1859

Printers: Robertson, Seibert & Shearman Publishers: Bennett, N. S.
priJLC_VIEW_000668

Hampton Academy _ Hampton Va. : John B. Cary A.M. principal. between 1856 and 1861

Printers: Hunckel & Son
priJLC_VIEW_000693

Unitarian Church, : Archdale Street Charleston S.C. before 1854?

Printers: Platen, C.
priJLC_VIEW_000712

Harper's Ferry, W. Va. between 1885 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_001029

Berkeley Springs. : A celebrated and fashionable health resort. County seat of Morgan Co., W. Va. ©1889

Artists: Moray, John, 1831- Printers: A. Hoen & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001049

Capitol of the United States, Washington. ; Smithsonian Institution, Washington City. approximately 1852

Printers: Engel, W.
priJLC_VIEW_001519

Panorama of Washington. : First in war. First in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen. approximately 1861

Publishers: Magnus, Charles
 

Series III. Middle West approximately 1855-1897

Physical Description: 25 items

Scope and Content

This series contains twenty-five lithographic prints, dating from the mid 1850s to 1897, that depict locations in the American Midwest. Images include views of cities and towns, buildings and structures, and landscapes in Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Ohio.

Arrangement

Individual items within this series are arranged numerically by call number.
priJLC_VIEW_000522

St. Paul, Minn., January, 1888. approximately 1888

Printers: Orcutt Litho Co. Publishers: J.H. Mahler Company
priJLC_VIEW_000524

View of Galena Ill. ©1856

Artists: Whitefield, Edwin, 1816-1892 Printers: Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.) Publishers: Whitefield, Edwin, 1816-1892
priJLC_VIEW_000530

Bird’s eye view of the city of McGregor and North McGregor, Clayton County, Iowa 1869. approximately 1869

Printers: Chicago Lithographing Co. Publishers: Ruger & Stoner
priJLC_VIEW_000531

Bird’s eye view of the city of Red Wing : Coodhue Co Minnesota 1868. approximately 1868

Artists: Ruger, A., 1829-1899 Printers: Robert Teufel & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000533

Bird’s eye view of Manteno. : Kankakee County Illinois 1869. approximately 1869

Artists: Ruger, A., 1829-1899 Printers: Merchant's Lithographing Company
priJLC_VIEW_000543

Detroit in 1820, : with view of “Walk-In-The-Water.” approximately 1872

Printers: Corrie's Detroit Lithographic Office
priJLC_VIEW_000555

Monument Park – Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. ©1873

Artists: Stinger, W. Printers: W. J. Morgan & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000564

Panorama of Chicago. ©1897

Artists: Melville, George W., 1856-1928 Printers: Miehle Printing Press & Mfg. Co. Publishers: Melville, George W., 1856-1928
priJLC_VIEW_000572

St. Paul, Minn. ©1874

Artists: Ellsbury, George H., 1840-1900 ; Hoffman Printers: Charles Shober & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000584

Winona, Minn. ©1874

Artists: Ellsbury, George H., 1840-1900 Printers: Charles Shober & Co. Publishers: Ellsbury, George H., 1840-1900 ; Green, Vernon
priJLC_VIEW_000586

The Bee Building, Omaha, U.S.A. approximately 1888

Artists: Beman, S. S. (Solon Spencer), 1853-1914 (architect) Printers: Milwaukee Lith. & Engr. Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000598

View of the great Ohio River flood at Cincinnati, O. 1883. approximately 1883

Printers: MacBrair & Sons Publishers: MacBrair & Sons
priJLC_VIEW_000608

Das Deutsche ev. luth. Concordia – Predigerseminar : zu St. Louis, MO. : Vollendet im September 1883. approximately 1883

Printers: August Gast & Co. Publishers: Concordia Publishing House
priJLC_VIEW_000609

Design of bronze monument, commemorative of American Independence. ©1873

Printers: Strobridge Lithographing Company
priJLC_VIEW_000637

Ohio Female College, : College Hill, Hamilton Co. Ohio. between 1858 and 1864

Printers: Middleton, Strobridge & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000660

Capitol of Michigan. : Lansing. ©1872

Artists: Myers, Elijah E., 1832-1909 Printers: Calvert Lithographing Co. (Detroit, Mich.) Publishers: Mason Publishing Association
priJLC_VIEW_000664

The Davidson fountain. : Fountain Square: Fifth Street, between Vine and Walnut. approximately 1870

Printers: MacBrair & Sons
priJLC_VIEW_000676

Lawnfield. : Mentor, Ohio : The home of Garfield. ©1881

Artists: Frizzell, S. S. (Samuel S.), 1843-1895 Printers: J.H. Bufford’s Sons Lith. Publishers: J.H. Bufford’s Sons Lith.
priJLC_VIEW_000684

Otterbein University. : Westerville, Ohio. between 1861 and 1869

Printers: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000695

View of Adae's Woods : in Mill Creek township near Cincinnati. (Residence of C.F. Adae.) approximately 1857

Artists: Hamilton, J. R., active 1852-1866 Printers: Klauprech & Menzel
priJLC_VIEW_000719

Minnehaha Falls, Minn. between 1885 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_001043

Prediger Seminar der Deutschen Evangelischen Synode von Nord-America bei St. Louis, Mo. : Erbaut A.D. 1883. approximately 1883

Printers: August Gast & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001340

Cincinnati, Covington & Newport. approximately 1855

priJLC_VIEW_001341

Miami Commercial College : Dayton, Ohio. Established in 1860. approximately 1881

Printers: Gies & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001518

Toledo, O : Taken from East Toledo. ©1866

Artists: Schoen, August
 

Series IV. West 1849-1913

Physical Description: 28 items

Scope and Content

This series contains twenty-eight lithographic prints and one wood-engraved print (priJLC_VIEW_000566), dating from 1849 to 1913, that depict locations in the American West. The images consist of views of cities and towns, landscapes, and buildings primarily in California, but also including Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Washington, and Wyoming.
West

Item Number

Artist(s). Title. Printer(s)/Publisher(s), date.

priJLC_VIEW_000513

View of New Tacoma and Mount Rainier, : Puget Sound, Washington Territory. Terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad. ©1878

Artists: Glover, E. S. (Eli Sheldon), 1844-1920 Printers: A.L. Bancroft & Company ; Publishers: Glover, E. S. (Eli Sheldon), 1844-1920
priJLC_VIEW_000518

East Los Angeles : Los Angeles County. California. 1888. approximately 1888

Artists: Pierce, B. W. (Bruce Wellington), 1859-1947 Printers: H.S. Crocker & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000519

Perspective map of Butte City, Mont. County Seat of Silver Bow County. 1890 Population 35,000. approximately 1890

Printers: American Publishing Co. (Milwaukee, Wis.) Publishers: American Publishing Co. (Milwaukee, Wis.)
priJLC_VIEW_000520

Perspective map of the city of Helena, Mont. ... approximately 1890

Publishers: American Publishing Co. (Milwaukee, Wis.)
priJLC_VIEW_000528

Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, Cal. between 1887 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_000529

Bird’s eye view of Azusa Los Angeles Co. Cal. : 1887. approximately 1887

Artists: Moore, E. S.
priJLC_VIEW_000566

Picturesque views in San Rafael, California. 22 January 1885

Printers: Graphic Company
priJLC_VIEW_000569

San-Francisco : 1849. ©1849

Artists: Firks, Henry ; Devereux, George T., approximately 1810- Printers: Fishbourne's Litho C. Publishers: Jones, W. H. (Auctioneer)
priJLC_VIEW_000574

View of Los Angeles from the east. : Brooklyn Hights in the foreground. Pacific Ocean and Santa Monica Mountains in the background. ©1877

Artists: Glover, E. S. (Eli Sheldon), 1844-1920 Printers: A.L. Bancroft & Company Publishers: Brooklyn Land and Building Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000577

View of San Francisco, formerly Yerba Buena, in 1846-7 : before the discovery of gold. approximately 1884

Artists: Swasey, W. F. (William F.) Printers: Bosqui Eng. & Print. Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000585

Wood River Valley : with Hailey in the foreground, 1884. approximately 1884

Artists: Browning, A. E. Printers: Collier & Cleaveland Lith. Co.
priJLC_VIEW_000613

First Congregational Church : Post & Mason Streets San Francisco. approximately 1872

Artists: Wright & Sanders Printers: Keller & Fletcher
priJLC_VIEW_000630

McLaughlin & Ryland’s bank : corner of Santa Clara and First Streets San Jose Cal. approximately 1872

Artists: Hoffmann, V., 1834- Printers: Baker, Geo. H. (George Holbrook), 1827-1906
priJLC_VIEW_000635

Ocean view looking south west from the residence of S. P. Pharis, Pharis District, San Mateo Co. Cal. approximately 1878

Printers: G.T. Brown & Co. Lith. Publishers: Moore & De Pue
priJLC_VIEW_000705

Grand Canyon of Arizona : from Hermit Rim Road. ©1913

Artists: Moran, Thomas, 1837-1926 Printers: American Lithographic Co. Publishers: Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company (copyright holder)
priJLC_VIEW_000711

Great falls of the Yellow-Stone. between 1885 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_000716

Mammoth Arbor Vitae. ©1853

Artists: Lapham, J. M. Printers: Britton & Rey
priJLC_VIEW_000717

Mammoth Hot Springs. Yellow-Stone Nat'l Park. between 1885 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison Publishers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_000718

The mammoth tree grove, Calaveras County California. ©1860

Printers: Middleton, Strobridge & Co. Publishers: Campbell, A. J., active 1860
priJLC_VIEW_000720

Monuments, near Monument Creek. ©1866

Artists: Mathews, Alfred Edward, 1831-1874 Printers: Bien, Julius, 1826-1909
priJLC_VIEW_000728

Rubio Canyon Falls, Mt. Lowe, Cal. between 1885 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison Publishers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_000732

Yosemite waterfalls, Cal. between 1885 and 1896

Printers: Kurz & Allison
priJLC_VIEW_001012

Yosemite Valley. ©1873

Artists: Clarke, C., active 1872-1873 Printers: Chas. H. Crosby & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001199

Masonic Temple, : erected in the years 1860 & 1861, by the Masonic Hall Association of the city of San Francisco, N.W. Corner of Montgomery & Post Streets. ©1861

Artists: Clark & Kenitzer Printers: Britton & Co. ; Kuchel, Charles Conrad, 1820-
priJLC_VIEW_001219

The Frontier Lake. after 1856

Printers: Currier & Ives Publishers: Currier & Ives
priJLC_VIEW_001220

California scenery. approximately 1875

Printers: Haskell & Allen Publishers: Haskell & Allen
priJLC_VIEW_001221

The Toltec Gorge : supplement to the Great Divide October 1891. ©1891

Printers: Denver Lith. Co. Publishers: Great Divide Pub. Co. (copyright claimant)
priJLC_VIEW_001222

"Trout Lake in the Silver San Juan." : supplement to the Great Divide March 1892. ©1892

Printers: Denver Lith. Co.
 

Series V. Foreign approximately 1850s-approximately 1890s

Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content

This series contains five lithographs, dating from the second half of the 19th century, that depict locations outside of the United States in Australia, Canada, Jerusalem, and Nicaragua.
priJLC_VIEW_000527

The ancient city of Jerusalem with Solomon’s Temple. ©1871

Printers: E. Sachse & Co. Publishers: O'Donnell, Charles
priJLC_VIEW_000540

The city of Sydney. ©1888

Printers: Crump Label Co. Publishers: Hill, M. S.
priJLC_VIEW_000708

Nicaragua Canal : bird's-eye view of the interoceanic canal of Nicaragua and Costa Rica. approximately 1889

Artists: Leuthner, Frederick, -approximately 1890 Printers: Julius Bien & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001025

Jarvis St. Baptist Church, : Toronto. approximately 1875

Artists: Langley, Langley & Burke Printers: Woodward, Grant, & Co. Publishers: Woodward, Grant, & Co.
priJLC_VIEW_001197

Falls of the Ottawa River. : Canada. between 1856 and 1872

Printers: Currier & Ives Publishers: Currier & Ives