Portraits, 1679-1893.


Portraits, 1679-1893.

The subjects are Jeffrey Amherst, Sir Edmund Andros, Henry Bennet, Earl Arlington, Queen Charlotte, William Capet Clapton, Elizabeth Moss Crittenden, Edward J. Gay, George, Prince of Denmark, Samuel Hammond, Elisha Kent Kane, John W. Nash, William H. Richardson, Edward Sackville, Earl of Dorset, Josiah Tattnall, Zachary Taylor, and the battle of Malvern Hill.

21 items : engravings, lithograph, woodcut.


SNAC Resource ID: 7290113

University of Virginia. Library

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