"The Road Winter" lithograph by Knirsch from original by Currier and Ives.
Home to Thanksgiving.
Central Park, The Skating Pond, by Currier and Ives.
Flower arrangement created by the Garden Club of America for the opening of the exhibition "Currier & Ives, Printmakers to the American People"
Excessively rare portrait of Abraham Lincoln published by Currier and Ives, 1860.
Liberty Enlightening the World, Currier and Ives.
[Man next to painting by Reginald Marsh.]
Lithograph (colored) (framed) (sketched and drawn on stone by c.w. Burton (lithographers and publishers: Sarony & major) - new york from the heights above st. George's staten island 1849. (Lower half
[Views of a vacation home, Felicia Marsh, unidentified people, and a painting by Reginald Marsh.]
Welcome Home from Mexican Border Veterans to Actives Co. G. 7th Reg't.
Burl Ives [Burl Ives talking to audience members.]
Burl Ives [Burl Ives talking to a police officer.]
[Reginald Marsh painting outside of vacation home.]
New York City views from Central Park. Across lake at 77th Street IV.
[Felicia Marsh painting near country home.]
J.G. Monument. Rendered perspective of monument from river up to a statue with two temples.
Baptist Home for the Aged. View from side.