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Walter Chandler, Æ 21months
Walter Chandler
Photo © 2000 John Bigelow Taylor Walter Chandler, Æ 21 monthsWalter Chandler1850Elizabethtown, New Jersey, United StatesWatercolor and gouache on paper2013.1.16
Washington as a Freemason
Publisher unidentified
Photo by José Andrés Ramírez Washington as a FreemasonPublisher unidentifiedLate Nineteenth CenturyUnited StatesOleograph on linen2015.1.178
Washington as a Freemason
Strobridge and Co. Lithographers, published by Powers & Weeks
Photo by José Andrés Ramírez Washington as a FreemasonStrobridge and Co. Lithographers1870Cincinnati, Ohio, United StatesChromolithograph on paper2015.1.91
Woman in Veil
Attributed to Emily Eastman, 1804–c.. 1841
Photo © 2000 John Bigelow Taylor
Loudon, New Hampshire, United States
c. 1825
Watercolor and ink on paper
14 9/16 x 10 5/8"
Colletion American Folk Art Museum, New York
Gift of Raph Esmerian, 2013.1.4
Photo by John Bigelow Taylor Woman in VeilEmily Eastmanc. 1825Loudon, New Hampshire, United StatesWatercolor and ink on paper2013.1.4
Woman Warning Black Dog Not to Eat Too Many Mulberries
Nellie Mae Rowe
Photographed by Terry McGinnis Woman Warning Black Dog Not to Eat too Many MulberriesNellie Mae Rowe1978Atlanta, GeorgiaWax crayon on woven paper1980.26.1
Woman Wearing a Bonnet with Pink Ribbons
Samuel Addison Shute and Ruth Whittier Shute
Photo courtesy Sotheby's, New York Woman Wearing a Bonnet with Pink RibbonsSamuel Addison Shutec. 1828–1830Possibly Brattleboro, Windham County, Vermont, United StatesWatercolor, gouache, pencil, and ink on paper2005.8.63
Young Boy Holding an Open Book
Attributed to Thomas Skynner
Photographed by John Parnell Young Boy Holding an Open BookThomas Skynnerc. 1840Probably New York or New Hampshire, United StatesWatercolor and pencil on paper1989.6.1
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