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Hart, Charles Henry
Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790)
Hart, Charles Henry (1847-1918)
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Montgomery, Thomas Harrison (1830-1905)
West, Benjamin (1738-1820)
White, John Brinton (1840- [from old catalog])
Wiltbank, William White (1840-1914)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
abraham lincoln's place in history
Account of the meeting of the descendants of Colonel Thomas White
Anthony Wayne, address at the presentation of his portrait to the Historical society of Pennsylvania, on behalf of Mrs. Joseph W. Drexel, May 9, 1910
Benjamin West's family; the American president of the Royal academy of arts not a Quaker
biographical sketch of His Excellency Abraham Lincoln, late president of the United States., A
Browere's life masks of great Americans
Catalogue of a collection of engraved and other portraits of Lincoln : exhibited at the Grolier Club, New York ... Saturday, April 8th, to Saturday, April 22d, 1899.
Catalogue of the engraved portraits of Washington
Catalogue of the engraved work of Asher B. Durand exhibited at the Grolier club
Catalogue of the...library of C. H. Hart...
Charles Willson Peale's allegory of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, and the Pitt statues in Cork, Ireland, and Charleston, South Carolina
Congress voting independence";, "The
discourse commemorative of the life and services of the late William Beach Lawrence, A
discourse on the life and services of the late Gulian Crommelin Verplanck, LL.D., A
[[edward savage (painter)|edward savage]], painter and engraver
Edward Savage, painter and engraver, and his unfinished copper-plate of "The Congress voting independence." A paper read before the Massachusetts historical society, January 12, 1905
Engraved portraits of Washington
etched profile protrait of Washington by Joseph Hiller, 1794., An
"Hail Columbia" and its first publication. A critical inquiry.
Hints on portraits and how to catalogue them; a talk given to the fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts at Philadelphia, Monday evening, April 18, 1898, being the first annual meeting, by Charles Henry Hart.
historical sketch of the national medals issued pursuant to resolution of Congress, 1776-1815., A
History of the United States of America
Mary White-- Mrs. Robert Morris : an address delivered by request at Sophia's Dairy near Perrymansville Harford Co. Maryland, June 7th 1877, on the occasion of the reinterment of the remains of Colonel Thomas White before a reunion of his descendants, Halls, Whites, Morrises
Memoir of George Sharswood : late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Memoir of George Ticknor, historian of Spanish literature ...
Memoir of Lewis H. Morgan of Rochester, N.Y. : read before the Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia, Thursday evening, May 4th, 1882
Memoir of Samuel Stehman Haldeman, LL.D., professor of comparative philology in the University of Pennsylvania
Memoir of the life and services of Colonel John Nixon
Memoir of William Hickling Prescott, historian of Spain, Mexico and Peru.
Memoirs of the life and works of Jean Antoine Houdon [microform] : the sculptor of Voltaire and of Washington
memoirs of the life and works of [[jean-antoine houdon|jean houdon]]
memorial Lincoln bibliography:, A
Miniature of Washington by John Ramage, 1789.
necrological notice of the Hon. Richard Stockton Field, LL.D., of Princeton, New Jersey., A
original portrait of Doctor Franklin painted by Joseph Wright, 1782, belonging to the Royal society, London. Portraits of Franklin attributed to Duplessis, in the Corcoran gallery of art, Washington, D. C., and to Greuze in the Public library, Boston, Mass., An
Paul Revere's first ride.
Paul Revere's portrait of Washington.
Peter Harrison, 1716-1775, first professional architect in America. Redwood Library, Newport; King's Chapel, Boston; Brick Market House, Newport; Christ Church, Cambridge; Jews' Synagogue, Newport.
Philadelphia : as originally written for the Encyclopaedia Britannica, July 1884
Plain truth, or, Serious considerations on the present state of the city of Philadelphia and province of Pennsylvania
Portraits of Patrick Henry
register of portraits painted by Thomas Sully, 1801-1871, A
Remarks on Tabasco, Mexico : occasioned by the reported discovery of remains of ancient cities being found in that locality.
Robert Lettis Hooper, deputy quarter-master general in the continental army and vice-president of New Jersey
Robert Morris, the financier of the American revolution. A sketch
Serious considerations on the present state of the city of Philadelphia and province of Pennsylvania
Some lessons of encouragement from the lives of American women artists; an address delivered before the Philadelphia school of design for women, at the annual commencement, May 31st, 1906
Some notes concerning John Norman, engraver (died June 8, 1817, at. 69).
sword presented by Louis XVI to John Paul Jones;, The
tribute to the memory of Hon. William Willis ..., A
who was the mother of [[benjamin franklin|franklin]]'s son?
Who was the mother of Franklin's son : an inquiry demonstrating that she was Deborah Read, wife of Benjamin Franklin
Wilson portrait of Franklin; Earl Grey's gift to the nation., The