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Liberty Featured New York Image

Liberty

Liberty. Illustration shows a large man holding a cat-o'-nine-tails labeled Schedules and wearing a crown labeled Monopoly shaped like the dome of the US Capitol building with the statue of freedom, sitting atop a US Customs building in front of which is a large pile of money being deposited by disgruntled citizens; standing to the right is a large Statue of Liberty pointing to the streams of citizens and laughing. Date 1911 July 5. Liberty. Illustration shows a large man holding a cat-o'-nine-tails labeled Schedules and wearing a crown labeled Monopoly shaped like the dome of the US Capitol building with the statue of freedom, sitting atop a US Customs building in front of which is a large pile of money being deposited by disgruntled citizens; standing to the right is a large Statue of Liberty pointing to the streams of citizens and laughing. Date 1911 July 5

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Empire Sewing Machine Co., New York Featured New York Image

Empire Sewing Machine Co., New York

Empire Sewing Machine Co., New York. Views of New York & Brooklyn Suspension Bridge, sewing machines, people sewing by hand and with sewing machines, and transportation by stagecoach and railroad train. Date c1870. Empire Sewing Machine Co., New York. Views of New York & Brooklyn Suspension Bridge, sewing machines, people sewing by hand and with sewing machines, and transportation by stagecoach and railroad train. Date c1870

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Our heaven born banner Featured New York Image

Our heaven born banner

Our heaven born banner. A pro-Union patriotic print, evidently based on Frederic Edwin Church's small oil painting Our Banner in the Sky or on a chromolithograph reproducing that painting published in New York by Goupil & Co. in the summer of 1861. Church's painting was inspired by the highly publicized Confederate insult to the American flag at Fort Sumter in April 1861 and by a sermon by Henry Ward Beecher published shortly thereafter. The present print was deposited for copyright, with a companion piece, Fate of the Rebel Flag (no. 1861-21), on September 6. Our Heaven Born Banner shows a lone Zouave sentry watching from a promontory as the dawn breaks in the distance. His rifle and bayonet form the staff of an American flag whose design and colors are formed by the sky's light. Below, in the distance, is a fort--probably Sumter. The print is accompanied by eight lines of verse: When Freedom from her mountain height / Unfurled her standard to the air, / She tore the azure robe of night / And set the stars of glory there. / She mingled with its gorgeous dyes / The milky baldrick of the skies, / And striped its pure celestial white / With streakings of the morning light. Unlike its companion piece, Our Heaven Born Banner is printed using brown instead of black ink for the primary tone. Date c1861. Our heaven born banner. A pro-Union patriotic print, evidently based on Frederic Edwin Church's small oil painting Our Banner in the Sky or on a chromolithograph reproducing that painting published in New York by Goupil & Co. in the summer of 1861. Church's painting was inspired by the highly publicized Confederate insult to the American flag at Fort Sumter in April 1861 and by a sermon by Henry Ward Beecher published shortly thereafter. The present print was deposited for copyright, with a companion piece, Fate of the Rebel Flag (no. 1861-21), on September 6. Our Heaven Born Banner shows a lone Zouave sentry watching from a promontory as the dawn breaks in the dis

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress