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Currier and Ives 

Currier and Ives 

In 1857, Nathaniel Currier formed a partnership with James Merritt Ives, creating the printmaking firm of Currier & Ives. Located in lower Manhattan, the business was spectacularly prolific, producing an average of three or four new prints of a wide variety of subjects every week for fifty years. Today, the collection affords the opportunity to examine original Currier & Ives prints and to consider their place in history as a way of understanding how nineteenth-century Americans perceived and idealized themselves. 

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Currier and Ives 
Frederick Douglass.
New York Bay, from Bay Ridge.
The Magnificent Steamship "City of New York" of the Inman Line.
The Harbor of New York.
Central Park, the Lake.
A Positive Process from a Negative Result
The Dairy Farm.
Abraham Lincoln
Mill River Scenery
Lieut. Genl. Ulysses S. Grant.
"A Clearing."
New York Ferry Boat.
Niagara Falls.
Rabbit Catching.
Central Park in Winter.
U.S. Post Office, New York.
Whale Fishery.
Niagara By Moonlight.
The Declaration of Independence.
U.S. Post Office, New York.
Majr. Genl. George G. Meade.
Lieut. Genl. U. S. Grant.
The Katz - Kills in Winter.
New York Bay, From Bay Ridge.
Burning of the City Hall New York
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