COLLECTION GUIDES

1861-1865

Guide to the Collection


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection is composed of approximately 1100 Union and Confederate patriotic covers (envelopes) issued during the Civil War.

Collection Description

This collection is composed of approximately 1100 Union and Confederate patriotic covers (envelopes) issued and used during the Civil War. Featuring strong graphic images, these covers expressed patriotic and propagandistic messages. Common images include flags, eagles, soldiers, and portraits (and caricatures) of famous Civil War figures and others, including George Washington. This collection has been organized into the series established by William R. Weiss, Jr. in his: The Catalog of Union Civil War Patriotic Covers (Bethlehem, Penn., 1995). The Weiss number is pencilled on the upper left hand corner on the verso of each envelope. If the envelope was not found in Weiss, it is recorded at the end of the appropriate series. In addition to the Union patriotic covers included in Weiss, the MHS has a small grouping of Confederate-issued covers that have been arranged in similar categories to those used by Weiss. In most cases, the “content” of the envelope is obvious from its placement in the various Weiss categories; in cases where additional graphic or subject elements exist, a cross-index has been added to the end of this guide that will allow researchers to identify patriotic covers whose subject matter is not apparent from their placement in the scheme or title.

Acquisition Information

This collection was created by the MHS from various sources.

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Famous people (FP)

A. George Washington (FP-GW)

1FP-GW-5
A model patriot
1FP-GW-17
Long may our land be bright ...
1FP-GW-24
Untitled2 copies
1FP-GW-26
Untitled
1FP-GW-36
One of the rebels
1FP-GW-50
The father of our country
1FP-GW-65
George Washington
1FP-GW-71
Remember 76
1FP-GW-76
Behold the illustrious champion of our country ....
1FP-GW-77
Shall the name of Washington ever be heard ...
1FP-GW-80
Untitled
1FP-GW-83
Union
1FP-GW-86
Union2 copies
1FP-GW-86a
Union
1FP-GW-111
Untitled
1FP-GW-111a
Untitled
1FP-GW-118
Untitled2 copies
1FP-GW-121
1861 Remember Washington
1FP-GW-124
Washington: A Southern man with union principles
1FP-GW-136
Washington: A Southern man with union principles Washington’s Farewell Address
1FP-GW-137
First in War, First in Peace and First in the Hearts of his Countrymen2 copies
1FP-GW-149
Past, Present and Future
1FP-GW-156
Untitled
1FP-GW-158
The eagle shall bear the rattlesnake in his talons and shall rend him with his beak
1FP-GW-165
Beware of traitors2 copies

B. Abraham Lincoln (FP-AL)

1FP-AL-64a
Secession! non est
1FP-AL-65 (var.)
The Union it must and shall be preserved.
1FP-AL-66
The Union, it must be preserved
1FP-AL-66a
The Union, it must be preserved
1FP-AL-67
They can afford to do a wrong, I cannot3 copies
1FP-AL-90
Untitled
1FP-AL-142
Star of the North, or the comet of 1861
1FP-AL-188
President Lincoln and his cabinet
1FP-AL-191
Champion Prize Envelope. Lincoln & Davis in 5 rounds. 1st Round
1FP-AL-193
Champion Prize Envelope. Lincoln & Davis in 5 rounds. 2nd Round
1FP-AL-196
Champion Prize Envelope. Lincoln & Davis in 5 rounds. 3d. Round
1FP-AL-198
Champion Prize Envelope. Lincoln & Davis in 5 rounds. 4th Round
1FP-AL-200
Champion Prize Envelope. Lincoln & Davis in 5 rounds. 5th Round

C. Winfield Scott (FP-WS)

1FP-WS-8a
True to the Union
1FP-WS-12
Stand by the Flag2 copies
1FP-WS-14
This is my last campaign, and it shall be my best
1FP-WS-16
This is my last campaign, and it shall be my best2 copies
1FP-WS-25
This is my last campaign, and it shall be my best.--Gen. Scott3 copies
1FP-WS-26
Lieut. Gen. Winfield Scott. Born 1786 ...2 copies
1FP-WS-29
Brave in the field, Wise in Council, A true patriot, loyal to the Constitution and Union
1FP-WS-33
Desertion of the people’s cause, the people cannot forgive; no traitor to the American Flag shall hereafter hold office under it
1FP-WS-38 (variant)
The Union must and shall be preserved
1FP-WS-39
The Rebels will not go free
1FP-WS-39 (larger)
The Rebels will not go free2 copies
1FP-WS-41
We must restore the government of the South, into the hands of its real people--Vox Populi
1FP-WS-42
His exploits in the field, which placed him in the front rank of our soldiers, have been obscured by the purer and more lasting glory of a pacificator and a friend of mankind
1FP-WS-48
Scott/McClellan
1FP-WS-50
Scott & Anderson
1FP-WS-67
Brave in the field, Wise in Council, A true patriot, loyal to the Constitution and Union
1FP-WS-69
The right man in the right place!2 copies
1FP-WS-71
Lieut. Gen’l Winfield Scott2 copies
1FP-WS-72
About this time you will hear thunder. The great “comet” of 18612 copies
1FP-WS-78
The hero of Lundy’s Lane

D. George McClellan (FP-GM)

1FP-GM-21
Major-General McClellan
1FP-GM-28
Appearance of the Son of Pennsylvania in Washington, on the morning of July 26, 18612 copies
1FP-GM-43
Maj. General George B. McClellan
1FP-GM-73
Gen. McClellan
1FP-GM-93
Maj. Gen’l McClellan, our Napoleon2 copies
1FP-GM-94
Major General Geo. B. McClellan, commanding the Department on the Potomac2 copies
1FP-GM-102
Maj. Gen. G. B. McClellan
1FP-GM-146
Gen. McClellan and his staff

E. Elmer Ellsworth (FP-EE)

1FP-EE-4
True to the Union / For the Sake of Liberty
1FP-EE-8 (smaller)
Col. Ellsworth, the Warren of 1861 / Whatever may happen, cherish the consolation ...
1FP-EE-8 (larger)
Col. Ellsworth, the Warren of 1861 / Whatever may happen, cherish the consolation ...
1FP-EE-9
Father--Col. Ellsworth was shot dead this morning. I killed his murderer. Frank2 copies
1FP-EE-17
E. E. Ellsworth, Late Col., N.Y. Fire Zouaves2 copies
1FP-EE-18
E. E. Ellsworth, Late Col., N.Y. Fire Zouaves
1FP-EE-20
He who noteth even the fall of a sparrow will have some purpose even in the fate of one like me--Ellsworth
1FP-EE-21b
Col. Ellsworth, the Martyr / Cherish the consolation ...
1FP-EE-25
He who noteth even the fall of a sparrow will have some purpose even in the fate of one like me--Ellsworth
1FP-EE-26a
Col. Ellsworth. Don’t shed a tear for him. Lay him to rest ...
1FP-EE-29
Union now & for ever / Col. Ellsworth. Don’t shed a tear for him. Lay him to rest ...
1FP-EE-30
Remember Ellsworth
1FP-EE-32
He who noteth even the fall of a sparrow will have some purpose even in the fate of one like me--Ellsworth2 copies
1FP-EE-35
Memorial to Col. Ellsworth. Thou noble warrior, young and brave ...
1FP-EE-36
Remember! Ellsworth!!!
1FP-EE-38
Untitled
1FP-EE-41
He who noteth even the fall of a sparrow will have some purpose even in the fate of one like me--Ellsworth2 copies
1FP-EE-47
Remember Ellsworth!3 copies
1FP-EE-50
Remember Ellsworth!3 copies
1FP-EE-53
Memorial to Col. Ellsworth. Thou noble warrior, young and brave ...
1FP-EE-54
Defender of the Stars and Stripes! a nation mourns thy loss. A nation’s tears thy memory shall bedew
1FP-EE-56
Our cause is just. Fight on. Remember Ellsworth
1FP-EE-57
Our cause is just. Fight on. Remember Ellsworth2 copies
1FP-EE-61
To Richmond / Remember Ellsworth2 copies
1FP-EE-67
Col. E. E. Ellsworth, assassinated at Alexandria, Va., May 24th, 1861.
1FP-EE-67a
Col. E. E. Ellsworth, assassinated at Alexandria, Va., May 24th, 1861.
1FP-EE71
Col. Ellsworth, his last letter to his parents ...
1FP-EE-74
The first officer killed in the Revolution. The first officer killed in the present Rebellion

F. John C. Fremont (FP-JF)

1FP-JF-10
In Union there is strength
1FP-JF-15
Untitled
1FP-JF-17
Untitled2 copies
1FP-JF-24c
Untitled
1FP-JF-35
Rise up Fremont! and go before: The hour must have its man ...
1FP-JF-44
Fremont, first of freedom’s host ...2 copies
1FP-JF-61
Major General John C. Fremont
1FP-JF-64
We stand by the Union

G. Portraits - Military (FP-PM)

1PM-2
Sumter. Union Forever
1PM-5
Col. Robert Anderson, the hero of Fort Sumter
1PM-6
Untitled
1PM-7
Col. Anderson. The excitement of the brave Charlestonians ...
1PM-8
General Beauregard is already acquainted with my only terms
1PM-12
Col. Robt. Anderson, U. S. A.
1PM-27
“There should be but one subject in the mind of any citizen of the United States at this time, that of preserving the Government of his Country.” N. P. Banks2 copies
1PM-28
One of the Banks in Baltimore that has not suspended operations / Hon. N. P. Banks of Mass. commanding at Fort M’Henry
1PM-69A
Union now & for ever / Gen. Butler
1PM-70
Gen. B. F. Butler
1PM-73
Major General B. F. Butler. “Whatever our politics, the Government must be sustained.”
1PM-80
Cain of Baltimore
1PM-85
Sons of Erin! Let the watchword be Corcoran! Rescued if living, avenged if dead2 copies
1PM-171
Luther C. Ladd, of Alexandria, N.H., was shot in the Baltimore Riot ...
1PM-171 (variant)
Luther C. Ladd, of Alexandria, N.H., was shot in the Baltimore Riot ...
1PM-177
Brig. Gen. Lyon
1PM-183
Gen. Nathaniel Lyon. Killed at the battle near Springfield ...
1PM-242
Gen’l Sigel
1PM-268
Maj. Gen. John . Wool
1PM-275
Our Army & Navy / Gen. Butler, Com. Stringham

H. Portraits - Non-military (FP-PNM)

1PNM-1
True to the Union / Gov. John A. Andrew
1PNM-3
John Bell, in a recent secession speech .... Traitor
1PNM-5
Jno. Bell Traitor
1PNM-26
Right to the last / We are on the side of the Government in which we live ... Parson Brownlow
1PNM-33
Parson Brownlow / Knowville, April, 22, 1861 ...2 copies
1PNM-39
One of the Rebels. Charles Carroll of Carrollton
1PNM-47
Stands by the Flag
1PNM-57
S. A. Douglas. True to the Union and the Constitution to the last
1PNM-61
“Tell them to obey the laws and support the Constitution of the United States”
1PNM-80
The Union / Printer & Patriot
1PNM-81
The Union Printer & Patriot
1PNM-85
A rolling stone gathers no moss
1PNM-90
Franklin. A northern man with Union principles
1PNM-100
By the eternal, the Union must and shall be preserved”
1PNM-107
To Lafayette, we are grateful
1PNM-115
One of the rebels. Martha Washington
1PNM-117
Secession! Peaceable secession. Sir, your eyes and mine are never destined to see that miracle ...

II. Scenes (SC)

A. Military battles, expeditions and troop movements (SC-MB)

1SC-MB-36
First Blow for Liberty. “Proaris et Focis.”
1SC-MB-41
The Traitor’s Doom / O’er Sumter’s walls, again our flag we’ll wave ...
1SC-MB-53
Though seven rebel forts combined, set Sumter’s Fort in flame, They in each freeman’s heart enshrined Brave Anderson’s bright name
1SC-MB-63
What! shall our Banner drag in dust While Lafayette upheld the trust ...
1SC-MB-85
Untitled battle scene

B. Military - non-battle (SC-NB)

1SC-NB-21
Camp Dennison near Cincinnati
1SC-NB-60
Gen. Jackson 1833 Maj. Anderson 1861 Fort Sumter as it was and shall be; “By the eternal!” Our flag shall wave and none other!
1SC-NB-65
Sumter First--Peace Afterwords
1SC-NB-66
Ft. Sumpter [sic]2 copies
1SC-NB-75
We’re the Boys that fear no noise
1SC-NB-79
The Gallant 69th of New York ready to receive their secession freinds from the South. Arlington Heights, June 1861
1SC-NB-126
The Soldier’s dream of home

C. Washington, D.C. scenes (SC-DC)

1SC-DC-2
Then conquer we must--For our cause it is just; And this be our Motto--“In God is our Trust.”
1SC-DC-7
The Capitol at Washington
1SC-DC-13
Capitol at Washington

D. Non-Washington scenes (SC-NW)

1SC-NW-2
Beauregard killed2 copies
1SC-NW-26
Boston / Bay State Soldiers Motto. We live for the Union. We die for the Union. We will uphold the Union

III. Regiments (RE)

1RE-48
Ever ready. The Boys of 21st Regiment N.Y.S.V

IV. States (ST)

1ST-1
California. For the Union
1ST-2
Connecticut. For the Union
1ST-3
Delaware. For the Union
1ST-4
Illinois. For the Union
1ST-5
Indiana. For the Union
1ST-6
Iowa. For the Union
1ST-7
Kansas. For the Union
1ST-8
Maine. For the Union
1ST-10
Michigan. For the Union
1ST-11
Minnesota. For the Union
1ST-12
New Hampshire. For the Union
1ST-13
New Jersey. For the Union
1ST-14
New York. For the Union
1ST-15
Ohio. For the Union
1ST-16
Oregon. For the Union
1ST-17
Pennsylvania. For the Union
1ST-18
Rhode Island. For the Union
1ST-19
Utah. For the Union
1ST-20
Vermont. For the Union
1ST-21
Wisconsin. For the Union
1ST-22
Kentucky. On the fence
1ST-23
Maryland. On the fence
1ST-24
Missouri. On the fence
1ST-25
Alabama. Secession
1ST-26
Arkansas. Secession
1ST-27
Florida. Secession
1ST-28
Georgia. Secession
1ST-29
Louisiana. Secession
1ST-30
Mississippi. Secession
1ST-31
North Carolina. Secession
1ST-32
South Carolina. Secession
1ST-33
Tennessee. Secession
1ST-34
Texas. Secession
1ST-35
Virginia. Secession
1ST-36
The Loyal States. Union. California
1ST-37a
The Loyal States. Union. Connecticut
1ST-38a
The Loyal States. Union. Delaware
1ST-39
The Loyal States. Union. Indiana
1ST-40a
The Loyal States. Union. Illinois
1ST-41b
The Loyal States. Union. Iowa
1ST-42
The Loyal States. Union. Kansas
1ST-43
The Loyal States. Union. Kentucky
1ST-44a
The Loyal States. Union. Maine
1ST-45
The Loyal States. Union. Maryland
1ST-46
The Loyal States. Union. Massachusettsfive copies
1ST-47c
The Loyal States. Union. Michigan
1 ST-48
The Loyal States. Union. Minnesota
1ST-48.5 (unlisted)
The Loyal States. Union. Missouri
1ST-49
The Loyal States. Union. Nebraska
1ST-50c
The Loyal States. Union. New Hampshire
1ST-51a
The Loyal States. Union. New Jersey
1ST-52
The Loyal States. Union. New York
1ST-53c
The Loyal States. Union. Ohio
1ST-54
The Loyal States. Union. Oregon
1ST-55a
The Loyal States. Union. Pennsylvania
1ST-56
The Loyal States. Union. Rhode Island
1ST-57
The Loyal States. Union. Vermont
1ST-59a
The Loyal States. Union. Wisconsin
1ST-83
The Rebel States. Alabama
1ST-84
The Rebel States. Arkansas
1ST-85
The Rebel States. Florida
1ST-86
The Rebel States. Georgia
1ST-87
The Rebel States. Louisiana
1ST-88
The Rebel States. Mississippi
1ST-89
The Rebel States. North Carolina
1ST-90
The Rebel States. South Carolina
1ST-91
The Rebel States. Tennessee
1ST-92
The Rebel States. Texas
1ST-93
The Rebel States. Virginia
1ST-433
The Great Seal of Alabama
1ST-434
The People Rule
1ST-437
[Seal of Connecticut]
1ST-441
Wisdom, Justice & Moderation
1ST-467
Marylanders know their rights, and knowing, dare maintain them
1ST-470
O long may it wave, O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave
1ST-471
Under the folds of this flag, Maryland shall prosper
1ST-472
Coat of arms of Maryland / Increase & Multiply
1ST-474
The coat of arms of Tennessee
1ST-479 (small)
April 19, 1775/April 19, 1861
1ST-479 (lg.)
April 19, 1775/April 19, 1861
1ST-479c
April 19, 1775/April 19, 1861
1ST-480
April 19, 1775/April 19, 1861
1ST-480 (variant)
April 19, 1775/April 19, 1861
1ST-512
The Arms of the Keystone State
1ST-523
Virginia The mother of states
1ST-530
We are all here2 copies
1ST-543
Untitled2 copies
1ST-544
One nation. One government
1ST-548
The stars and stripes must cover the whole

V. Caricatures (C)

A. Animals - dogs (C-A-D)

1C-A-D-1
Scott’s tactics2 copies
1C-A-D-3
Dedicated to the noble defenders of our country
1C-A-D-4
Mad dog!!
1C-A-D-5
Secession is a hard road to travel.3 copies
1C-A-D-8
Jeff Davis--Puss, Oh! What a nice little Washington Bird. Gen. Scott. Yes Pussy, very nice. Why don’t you take it
1C-A-D-10
All we want is to be let alone2 copies
1C-A-D-11
While the cat’s away the mice will play
1C-A-D-15
Southern Confederacy. “The moaning of the tied.”
1C-A-D-16
Gen. Scott--Gov. Banks, just chain up that dog Baltimore, until he behaves himself
1C-A-D-24
No you don’t you treacherous hound ...3 copies
1C-A-D-25
The end of rebellion--a painful tail2 copies
1C-A-D-26
Untitled3 copies
1C-A-D-30a
Why don’t you take it?
1C-A-D-37
Why don’t you take it?
1C-A-D-37a
Why don’t you take it?3 copies
1C-A-D-37a (var.)
Why don’t you take it?
1C-A-D-40a
Why don’t you take it?
1C-A-D-41
Why don’t you take it? I only want to be left alone
1C-A-D-42
Why don’t you take it? / A friendly invitation to “Jeff” to walk up to the “Captain’s office.”
1C-A-D-45
Why don’t you take it
1C-A-D-48
Don’t see it! Big thing big thing.

B. Animals - elephants (C-A-E)

1C-A-E-1
What if a hungry rat should cross the path of an Elephant, squelch it, by Heaven, squelch it2 copies
1C-A-E-8
Where is Beauregard?
1C-A-E-12
Jeff. Davis & Co. “Seeing the Elephant” / Let me alone

C. Animals - horses and mules (C-A-H)

1C-A-H-1
Secessionist, after nature’s own sweet model2 copies
1C-A-H-3a
Secessionist
1C-A-H-5
F.F.V. Cavalry
1C-A-H-6
A Secession movement2 copies
1C-A-H-7
In memoriam of Jef Davis Traitor
1C-A-H-9
Floyd off for the South. All that the seceeding states ask is to be “let alone”
1C-A-H-10 (variant)
Why don’t you get on behind?
1C-A-H-11
Jeff Davis getting to the White House. 2 copies
1C-A-H-12
Send it abroad, that the Loyal States will have no compromise with traitors, treason, or treachery
1C-A-H-15a
Jeff. Davis’ war horse
1C-A-H-16a
Jeff. Davis’ war horse
1C-A-H-18
Capture of one of Jeff. Davis’ “Private-ears”
1C-A-H-26
Southern Ass-Stock-Crazy. (Southern Aristocracy)3 copies
1C-A-H-26a
Southern Ass-Stock-Crazy. (Southern Aristocracy)
1C-A-H-28
When Southern fools depute an Ass, In Lion’s skin, to bray their cause ...
1C-A-H-29
When Southern fools depute an Ass, In Lion’s skin, to bray their cause ...
1C-A-H-31a
Old Blowregard will soon expire, While thus he drills his shy Man-asses, for they can never stand our fire, While they feed on secession grasses
1C-A-H-36
John Bull in his perilous feat of horsemanship2 copies
1C-A-H-38
Strayed from the neighborhood of Boonville, Mo. an ugly Jack ...
1C-A-H-39
Man-Asses-Gap
1C-A-H-41a
Rice Straw! Effect of “feed” on the cavalry horses in the secession army.
1C-A-H-42
When shall we three meet again / Very soon
1C-A-H-42a
When shall we three meet again / Very soon
1C-A-H-43
O Jeff! you little noisy cur ...2 copies
1C-A-H-43a
O Jeff! you little noisy cur ...
1C-A-H-46
The flower o the South
1C-A-H-47
No folly ‘neath the sun surpasses the folly of these suicidal Asses!
1C-A-H-50
Federal Cavalry2 copies

D. Animals - reptiles (C-A-R)

1C-A-R-1
Co. A. Jeff D’s Zouaves.
1C-A-R-3
Co. A. Jeff D’s Zouaves. Co. A. Jeff D’s Zouaves.
1C-A-R-6
An original secessionist
1C-A-R-7
“Old Secesh”
1C-A-R-12
Jeff. and his pet2 copies
1C-A-R-13
“Or any other man.” “That’s what’s the matter.”5 copies
1C-A-R-15
The star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave ... / “Or any other man.” “That’s what’s the matter.”2 copies
1C-A-R-18 (var.)
De Fowler caught in his own snare2 copies
1C-A-R-19
Cease Viper, you bite a file.2 copies
1C-A-R-21
In memory of the S. C.
1C-A-R-23
The modern laocoon.2 copies
1C-A-R-25
Let the sword of the Union, first subdue the monster secession ...2 copies
1C-A-R-26a
Dixie!
1C-A-R-26b
Dixie!
1C-A-R-29
The croakers in council. Onward to Richmond! (We’re safe behind the bushes.)
1C-A-R-31
Gen. Scott killing the secession hydra.
1C-A-R-33
Jeff. Davis in suspense. Long may he wave
1C-A-R-34
Secession
1C-A-R-39
Northern Shiver-lery
1C-A-R-42
Uncle Sam. That cussed varmint has broke out of the box again ...
1C-A-R-43
The key to the the Southern rebellion
1C-A-R-44
Uncle Sam’s recipe for traitors. “To be well shaken before taken.”
1C-A-R-46
I say old fellow, just hold on to this ere flag, or You are lost
1C-A-R-48
Young America preparing a “Hasty Plate of Soup” for General Scott.
1C-A-R-49
For New Orleans and a market. “Running the blockade”

E. Animals - rodents (C-A-RO)

1C-A-Ro-2
President Jeff. His pipe will soon be out
1C-A-Ro-3
Northern Cheese3 copies
1C-A-Ro-7
A polite invitation2 copies
1C-A-Ro-8
National veal weal / You fain would steal My national (veal) weal ...
1C-A-Ro-9 (variant)
Missouri tasting secession soup, and gets burnt! And thinks she won’t go in
1C-A-Ro-10
I wonder if the coast is clear?

F. Animals - others, including insects (C-A-O)

1C-A-O-5
Jeff. Davis exhibits the “What-is-it” in Europe, and begs for aid and comfort
1C-A-O-6
Whole or none4 copies
1C-A-O-7
Untitled2 copies
1C-A-O-10
Evacuation of Harper’s Ferry
1C-A-O-12
Boar-egard / Beauregard “turned up”2 copies
1C-A-O-14
Jeff uses Virginia as a cat’s paw2 copies
1C-A-O-20
Jeff, trying to tickle the British Lion with cotton3 copies
1C-A-O-21
Jeff
1C-A-O-24
Southern Disposition / Let us Alone2 copies
1C-A-O-25
Root or die2 copies
1C-A-O-26
Those grapes up there which look so fine ...
1C-A-O-27
The Washington Grapes2 copies
1C-A-O-28
The Washington Grapes / The chances are scaly
1C-A-O-29a
Massachusetts vs. South Carolina / A friendly set-to2 copies
1C-A-O-30
Secession with her “back up.” Gen. Scott will soon make her “back down.”
1C-A-O-31a
One of South Carolina’s “noble sons” who invested his cash in Confederate bonds. The result--nary red.
1C-A-O-34
To Dixie’s Land / Tennessee, Virginia3 copies
1C-A-O-35
Jeff. Davis on a scouting expedition / To Dixie’s Land / Tennessee, Virginia
1C-A-O-37
Sly-fox Scott taking Jeff Monkey’s last trump2 copies
1C-A-O-42
Southern Menagerie is coming3 copies
1C-A-O-43 (variant)
The fox and the goose. 2 copies
1C-A-O-45
You can’t come it, Jeff
1C-A-O-46
“The secession wolf” offering to lead Kentucky, “or any other state,” out of the Union. “That’s what’s the matter.”
1C-A-O-48
Jeff’s a negro-man,sir: he seeks to know the “bitter end,” and finds confusion and ruin only. Everything wrong side up
1C-A-O-49
Dictator Jeff finding he cannot have the whole of Virginia, concludes to take only a part2 copies
1C-A-O-50
Victoria Rex thinks better of it and won’t recognise traitors or harbo(u)r their pirate-eers.
1C-A-O-51
The F. F. Vs. rejoicing
1C-A-O-53
General Boar-A-Guard on duty
1C-A-O-54
Boar-egard throwing up intrenchments
1C-A-O-56
Recruits wanted for the brave Southern army--Good pay, (in Confederate Bonds) and good quarters, (in a horn)2 copies
1C-A-O-57
Secession web / “Walk into my parlor,” says the spider to the fly.
1C-A-O-60
Governor Magoffin’s neutrality means holding the cock of the walk while the Confederate cat kills off his chickens
1C-A-O-61
Come and take a Horn, Jeff. You go away and let me alone2 copies
1C-A-O-61a
Come and take a Horn, Jeff. You go away and let me alone
1C-A-O-62
A Southern Gorilla (Guerilla) / Oh! for a nigger and oh! for a whip ...2 copies
1C-A-O-63
Jeff’s reply to Why don’t you take it / don’t want it now. We want to be let alone.
1C-A-O-64
That feed won’t do2 copies
1C-A-O-65
That hard old ram “Jeff” thinks he can buck the “Union” down
1C-A-O-67
The Speaker of the House of the “Southern Confederacy,” now assembled, July 20th, 18613 copies

G. Birds (C-B)

2C-B-1
While I live I’ll Crow2 copies
2C-B-10
Eagle assurance: Surprise upon the rebel savages and rescue of Maryland
2C-B-10a
Eagle assurance: Surprise upon the rebel savages and rescue of Maryland
2C-B-12
Uncle Sam’s bantam. I’ll crow while I live
2C-B-13
The American eagle about to take a drink on the sly
2C-B-14
Don’t you wish you may get it?
2C-B-15
The Long and short of it: The game cock of the Baltimore rioters wishes for a taste of the poisonous Palmetto fruit, upon which Charleston is feasting2 copies
2C-B-18
Secession: I thought away from home to run ...
2C-B-19
A Confederated chicken after the cock of the walk (Uncle sam) gets done with him
2C-B-20
O, where are all of my friends?3 copies
2C-B-22
I’ll block that game, you thieving rascal
2C-B-25
How our American eagle serves the secession rooster
2C-B-26
Look out John or you will get your foot in it ...2 copies
2C-B-29
Our relative positions
2C-B-31
Jeff Davis Alarmed / I wish I was well out of this, I do believe I am in a rale hard fix2 copies
2C-B-37
Jeff Davis surprised in his attempt to rob the American eagle’s nest2 copies
2C-B-39
Untitled Rooster with American flag, wingless bird with pirate flag2 copies
2C-B-39a
Untitled Rooster with American flag, wingless bird with pirate flag2 copies
2C-B-41
The Union Game Cock and Secession Shanghae
2C-B-42
J. D.’s march on Washington. Jeff, when will you get here? [Says W. S.]
2C-B-43
Catch him Catch him Ha, ha ha!2 copies
2C-B-45
The Southern vulture “hard up”2 copies
2C-B-48
A bird’s eye view of the great Southern loan / All we ask is to be let alone3 copies
2C-B-48a
A bird’s eye view of the great Southern loan / All we ask is to be let alone
2C-B-49
Behold the man! He said that cotton would surely make them inde-pendant3 copies
2C-B-51
Beware2 copies
2C-B-52
Beware2 copies
2C-B-53
Don’t you wish you may get it.
2C-B-56a
Let you alone and you’l steal the capital / The result of the attack upon Washington
2C-B-57
5 to one HA.
2C-B-58
Unkle Sam & Jeff. Yankee Doodle is the tune Americans delight in ...

H. Blacks (C-BL)

2C-BL-2a
Dixie’s land
2C-BL-5
Secession3 copies
2C-BL-6
Oh! Massa Jeff, dis sesesch fever will kill de Nigger
2C-BL-7
I’se de innocent cause ob all dis war trubble
2C-BL-11
Him fader’s hope. Him moder’s joy, Him darling little Contraband Boy.
2C-BL-14a
I’se contraband
2C-BL-15a
The innocent cause of the war3 copies
2C-BL-16
Massa can’t have dis chile. dat’s what’s de matter. / The latest contraband of war
2C-BL-17
Whar is Massa Jeff now, dat’s what’s de matter. / The latest contraband of war
2C-BL-19
I’m glad I’m not in Dixie! Hooray! Hooray!3 copies
2C-BL-20
I’m just from Dixie’s land
2C-BL-21
Music by the “Contra-Band”
2C-BL-23
Southern Currency / Come along colored pussons
2C-BL-24
Dis chile’s contraban’
2C-BL-28
Stiring him up
2C-BL-31
The “peculiar” institution
2C-BL-31 (var.)
[untitled, same image as The peculiar institution]
2C-BL-40
“The peculiar institution” / Secession’s moving foundation. Tendency due North via “Monroe”2 copies
2C-BL-42
We is de innocent root ob dis yere trubble, Mass' Jeff, but its gwine to take all us poor niggas' breff away to keep de wind in it
2C-BL-43
John Bull’s Sympathy
2C-BL-44
Jeff the dictator as he is / Jeff the dig-tater-er as he should be
2C-BL-47
Away down south in Dixie
2C-BL-48
Away down south in Dixie2 copies
2C-BL-51
John Bull “don’t see it.”
2C-BL-52
Bress de Lor, we am Contraban
2C-BL-53
One of the F. F. V’s after his Contraband / General Butler “can’t see it.”3 copies
2C-BL-54
The persuasive eloquence of the sunny South
2C-BL-55
Uncle Sam sends his bird after traitor Jeff / Golly Mas’a Jeff! You’s in a bad fix sure enough.
2C-BL-55a
Uncle Sam sends his bird after traitor Jeff / Golly Mas’a Jeff! You’s in a bad fix sure enough.
2C-BL-57
Dinah. "What is you gwing to fite' for?" Pompey. "Dat's what dis chile can't find out, Massa says he don't know."
2C-BL-59
By golly Massa Butler. I like dis better dan workin' in de field for ole Sesesh massa
2C-BL-60
Southern chilvalry. Richmond, Va.3 copies
2C-BL-61
You had better get out dere, Massa Jeff, and go Norf, dey soon cool you or any oder man
2C-BL-64
Time--1862
2C-BL-65
A king for the South / They want a king down south--King Dahomey sends Prince Sauce-pan of the royal blood--This is his nigger-otype--from life
2C-BL-66
Contraband of war / Volunteer sappers and miners from the F. F. V’s2 copies
2C-BL-67
Volunteer sappers and miners from the F.F.V. or merchandise contraband of war.2 copies
2C-BL-68
Volunteer sappers and miners from the F.F.V. or merchandise contraband of war.
2C-BL-69
“Contraband of War” or Volunteer sappers and miners from the F. F. V.
2C-BL-70a
The result of secession
2C-BL-71
Whar’s Jeff Davis
2C-BL-73
I wouldn't pull down dat flag, Massa George ...
2C-BL-74
I wouldn't pull down dat flag, Massa George ...
2C-BL-77
Come back here, you black rascal. / Can't come back nohow, massa; Dis chile's contraban'3 copies
2C-BL-78
Come back you black rascal /
2C-BL-79
Map of the seat of War / I'se de innocent cause ob all dis war trubble.

I. Devils (C-D)

2C-D-2
Secession / Treason
2C-D-4a
Southern aristocracy (A la mushroom.)
2C-D-5
Alabama Home Guards
2C-D-7
The root of treason. Found in the “sacred soil” of Virginia
2C-D-8
“Success shall perch upon our banner.” J.D.
2C-D-9
J.D. putting his best foot foremost / A poor disguise
2C-D-11
J.D., (his crest.)
2C-D-13
The emblem of the South
2C-D-14a
Untitled
2C-D-18
The end of Secession! Jeff Davis. Oh! I am afraid I am a goner
2C-D-19 variant
Trees-on a hard road to travel
2C-D-21
Resist the Devil, and he will flee from you
2C-D-23b
I, G. T. Beauregard, Brigadier-General of the Confederate States ... do make this my proclamation &c.
2C-D-24
Uncle Sam cutting down the “Secession Tree” just as it is in full bloom, against the wishes of the planter
2C-D-25
Jeff and Beauregard on their last ride
2C-D-27
The traitor Arnold giving a warm reception to the traitor Davis
2C-D-28
The innocent cause of all the trouble2 copies
2C-D-29
The Devil he sat with his claw in his mouth ...
2C-D-30
An eminent Southern clergyman ... is wonderfully assisted in finding scriptural authority ...
2C-D-31
The original suggestion and adoption of the Confederate flag
2C-D-34
Untitled2 copies
2C-D-35
The first secessionist2 copies
2C-D-39
Secession is nearly played out, so I will go back to my H----hole2 copies
2C-D-40
A warm reception for Jeff. Davis2 copies
2C-D-41a
North/South
2C-D-44
There was a man in our town, and he was wondrous wise ...

J. Flags (C-F)

2C-F-1
This flag will run2 copies
2C-F-2
J.D. his marque / A.L. his marks
2C-F-6
The real secession flag
2C-F-10
J.D. His Marque3 copies
2C-F-15
Untitled
2C-F-19
South Carolina palmetto flag: The black flag and trouble-maker of the Union. We chastised them in 1832, and will finish the punishment in 1861.2 copies
2C-F-23
The Traitor’s Doom2 copies
2C-F-24
The flag of a new confederacy
2C-F-25
A.L. His mark
2C-F-26
A.L. His mark
2C-F-31
Played out!

K. Ships (C-SH)

2C-SH-1
The “union boys” after Jeff Davis’s pirates, off Charleston Harbor2 copies
2C-SH-2
The impending crisis2 copies
2C-SH-4
Jeff’s Knave-y / Seven wise men of Gotham went to sea in a bowl2 copies
2C-SH-4b
Jeff’s Knave-y / Seven wise men of Gotham went to sea in a bowl
2C-SH-6
Jeff’s Knave-y / Seven wise men of Gotham went to sea in a bowl2 copies
2C-SH-7
A flying rumour for Jeff. Davis’ “private-ear.” The opening of the ports on the rebel coast
2C-SH-8
Master Jeff and his Navy2 copies
2C-SH-15a
The American eagle coming down on the C.S.A. pirates

L. Skulls (C-SK)

2C-SK-3
Vanity, Treachery & Death / Secession emblems
2C-SK-6
End of Secession3 copies
2C-SK-8
A Rebel’s masked battery
2C-SK-12
A design for the coat of arms of the C.S.A.
2C-SK-17
Secession whiskey. One dose warranted to kill, at 40 rods
2C-SK-18
Secession trap
2C-SK-19
Virginny, Mother of “Old Dominion” presidents and other (Wise) things, is asked by Mrs. Davis to try a cup of Secession tea and finds Death in the pot
2C-SK-21
Monument to the memory of Jeff. Davis
2C-SK-21a
Monument to the memory of Jeff. Davis
2C-SK-22
A Confederated “Dead Head”
2C-SK-23
Jeff. Davis’ Coat of “Alms”2 copies

M. Other (C-O)

2C-O-1
Southern ammunition
2C-O-5a
Good “noose” for traitors
2C-O-7
The Lock and key
2C-O-8
Hartford Wide-Awakes. Organized 1860.
2C-O-10
“Infernal machine,” found at Washington
2C-O-12
Confederate Bonds
2C-O-13
“Jewels” found at Alexandria, by the Federal Army; consisting of Chains, Bracelets and Anklets / Supposed to have belonged to the “First Families” of Virginia
2C-O-15
Thou are weighed in the balance, and art found wanting.
2C-O-16
To cure rebellion / This is the pill that will cure or kill2 copies
2C-O-20
Our “commissioner” to the Confederate States2 copies
2C-O-28
To the memory of General Dyer Rhea Price
2C-O-34
If God is with us, who shall stand against us?
2C-O-35
Fac-Simile of the new Confederate bond
2C-O-36
The “Union” pill in operation, working out the quack nostrums of Doctor Davis & Co.
2C-O-38
“Enough of sppech; the trumpet rings ...” Holmes2 copies
2C-O-43
No traitor’s flag shall tarnish thy golden dome with its rebellious shadows3 copies
2C-O-44
The Union locomotive clearing the Secession track3 copies
2C-O-45
Union
2C-O-46
Once upon a time, the Southern Kite was mounted to a wondrous height ...
2C-O-49
Design for a new coin of the C.S.A. / Owe ever pay never
2C-O-51
Design for a new coin of the C.S.A. / Centrifugal States of North America
2C-O-53
[untitled, patent medicine shop]

N. People (C-P-A through C-P-Z)

2C-P-A-1
A Southern politician “making a raise”
2C-P-A-2a
A bad head but a good foot ball. “Keep the ball a-rolling”
2C-P-A-3
A Northern Traitor
2C-P-A-4
An officer in “King Cotton’s” army addressing his constituents2 copies
2C-P-A-5
A pair of spectacles
2C-P-A-11
A blower. Gen. McClellan--I say, Wise, put that thing up; everybody knows you’re a good blower, but you can’t fight!
2C-P-A-12
A chance for his life. / Jeff. can’t play Yankee Doodle to save his life
2C-P-A-13
Army rations of the Southern Confederacy / The quartermaster dealing out the allowance
2C-P-A-14
A “Horse Marine” of the C.S.A.
2C-P-A-19
A new way to pay old debts, as practiced by the “Southern Chivalry”2 copies
2C-P-A-21
A member of the C.S.A. Alligator rangers, who is to make 5 of the “northern mudsils” run. We don’t see it2 copies
2C-P-A-22
A Southern privateer / A Northern private-ear2 copies
2C-P-A-23
A fireman Zouave putting out secession2 copies
2C-P-A-24
A pretty good choke (joke,) on J. D. Verdict, served him right
2C-P-A-26
Agriculture, manufactures, fine arts / Hemp for traitors North or South2 copies
2C-P-A-27
Agriculture, manufactures, fine arts / Jeff Davis boasts that “Cotton’s King,” upon his throne so rotten--But he’ll soon find, amid his swing that “hemp” is king of cotton
2C-P-A-28c
Agriculture, manufactures, fine arts / Them pesky treason fellers hev got to hev rope and “more tew,” and we mite jest as well be gettin the hemp dewins ready .. and give em full swing
2C-P-A-29
Agriculture, manufactures, fine arts / Them pesky treason fellers hev got to hev rope and “more tew,” and we mite jest as well be gettin the hemp dewins ready .. and give em full swing
2C-P-A-30
Artemas Ward having had his “wax figger show” ‘fiscated, is taken before Jeff Davis by the Vigilance Committee2 copies
2C-P-A-31
As it is; as it will be / “God watches over them”
2C-P-A-32
Agricultural implements going South2 copies
2C-P-A-33
A general of the C.S.A. preparing to meet Gen. McClellan ... After he met him!
2C-P-A-34
A convention of secessionists after the war2 copies
2C-P-A-39
Art. Ward Jr’s speech at Camp Dennison
2C-P-B-2
Brothers in the tented field--plenty of water, but no whiskey
2C-P-B-3a
Baltimore quiet2 copies
2C-P-B-4
“Capt. Baker” of the pirate “Savannah,” is astounded to find that the vessel he is trying to overhaul is the man-of-war brig Perry
2C-P-B-6
Beauregard: I say Jeff, that’s all right; now it’s over Washington / Davis. No it’s not, here comes McClellan, let’s be off
2C-P-B-7
Big thing! / Don’t see it
2C-P-B-8
Brigadier General, the Honorable Henry A. Wise of Virginia ...
2C-P-B-10
Beauregard and Davis taking observations ...
2C-P-C-7
Contraband barricade. come and get your property2 copies
2C-P-C-8
Capt. Thomas’s new position in the Naval Bureau / Another outrage by Northern hirelings! ...2 copies
2C-P-C-9
Change, Arms! / The Union volunteer leaving his “Old arms” for the “New Minnie”
2C-P-C-12
Corn (not cotton) is king
2C-P-C-13
Commissioners of C.S.A. at the foreign courts2 copies
2C-P-C-16
Cotton is King!
2C-P-C-17
No. 2 / Cotton is King! / Old England is mighty ...2 copies
2C-P-C-19b
Capitol Punishment
2C-P-D-5
Did’nt I tell you so? Jeff. Davis2 copies
2C-P-D-7
“Don’t see it”
2C-P-D-8
Dedicated to the 71st Regiment and the Rhode Island Boys2 copies
2C-P-D-10a
Death to Traitors
2C-P-E-2
Evil omen to C.S.A. privateers
2C-P-F-1
Forward march to Richmond!
2C-P-F-4
Fate of Traitors2 copies
2C-P-F-8
First Pirate to Jeff Davis--“We want our $25 for this live Northerner ... / Blood money; or how Southern rebels encourage piracy2 copies
2C-P-F-9
“Forgive me, my friends, ef I seem to be het, But a crisis like this must with vigor be met ...3 copies
2C-P-G-1
Gen. Beauregard on his homeward march2 copies
2C-P-G-5
Gen. Scott about making a ten strike
2C-P-G-8
Gen. Scott. I say, Uncle Sam, it is hardly worth while to use this, it will soon play itself out
2C-P-G-9a
Grand victorious ‘return’ march of the rebels2 copies
2C-P-G-16
Gen. Beauregard, and his lady love
2C-P-G-17
Grandmother Davis administering the sugar-coated pill of secession to Miss Virginia
2C-P-G-18
G. T. Beauregard and his shadow
2C-P-G-19
General Agent of the Southern Confederates Loan
2C-P-G-20
Gov. Letcher, bringing in clothes stolen from Union ladies
2C-P-G-21
Gen. Lyon, of Missouri2 copies
2C-P-H-1
How about Washington? / Let me alone!
2C-P-H-3
How Virginia was voted out of the Union!!!
2C-P-H-6
Jeff. Davis in two characters / He wants to be a king / He makes a donkey of himself
2C-P-I-1
I have no hesitation in saying, and I say it boldly, this Civil War is ruinous!
2C-P-I-8
I’ve been a thief and traitor, Against the laws I own, But I wish to “go to Dixie” and “there be let alone”
2C-P-J-2
Jeff. Davis on the march2 copies
2C-P-J-3
J.D. looking into futurity, and he don’t like the “look”--but looks “down in the mouth”2 copies
2C-P-J-6
Jeff. Davis’ passport
2C-P-J-8
J.D.’s body guard
2C-P-J-10
Jeff Davis instead of taking Washington, takes to his heels
2C-P-J-13
Jeff. Davis’ Confederate bonds2 copies
2C-P-J-16
John Bull making his speech to “King Cotton”2 copies
2C-P-J-19a
Jeff’s march on Washington. His courage kept up to the “sticking point.”
2C-P-J-21
Jeff Davis ‘taking’ Washington
2C-P-J-23
Jeff--I want to be “let a loan” on these little collaterals
2C-P-J-27
Jeff in a tight place, he wont get off “Scott free”
2C-P-J-28
Jeff Davis’s letters of mark / Pirate
2C-P-J-30
Jeff’s unbounded ambition gives him an elevated position / I only wanted to be let alone2 copies
2C-P-J-32
Jeff. Davis--Please ma’am, my big brother won’t let me alone ...
2C-P-J-35
Jeff Davis’s private tears2 copies
2C-P-J-36
Jeff. chewing the secession flag-root
2C-P-J-42
Jeff Davis. Taken from life / Let me alone3 copies
2C-P-J-42c
Jeff Davis. Taken from life / Let me alone
2C-P-J-43
Jeff--“Big thing.” Uncle Abe--“Can’t see it.”
2C-P-J-45
Jeff thought he could take Washington but he made a mistake and now he Nose it
2C-P-J-47
Jeff the Dictator as he is; as he should be Jeff the Dig-tater-er2 copies
2C-P-J-49a
Jeff, on Harper’s Ferry ...
2C-P-J-50
Jeff in the patent Union neck tie2 copies
2C-P-J-51
J-ackass Davis and G-asconade Beauregard backing each other2 copies
2C-P-J-52
J.D.--Please let me bring my prizes on to your premises, Mr. Bull ...
2C-P-J-53
J.D. (patient). Doctor, I don’t know what to think of my disorder ....
2C-P-J-59
Jeff Davis’ passport2 copies
2C-P-J-60
Jeff Davis’ Doom
2C-P-J-64
Jeff Davis “going in” / Jeff Davis “coming out”
2C-P-J-66a
Jeff. Davis going to war / Jeff, returning from war an [ass]
2C-P-J-66b
Jeff. Davis going to war / Jeff, returning from war an [ass]
2C-P-J-70
Jeff Davis going to war / Returning
2C-P-J-72
Jeff Davis’ attack on Fortress Monroe
2C-P-J-73
Jeff Davis catching a tartar / Columbia aroused
2C-P-J-74
Jeff. Davis’s adieu to his foes ...
2C-P-L-1
Latest news from the South, “The Union feeling is increasing”2 copies
2C-P-L-2a
Let me alone2 copies
2C-P-L-3
Long may HE wave
2C-P-L-4
Long may HE wave
2C-P-L-5
Longing for the White House2 copies
2C-P-M-1 (variant)
McClellan is some pumpkins, Ha! Ha! Ha! Yes
2C-P-M-3a
Mr. Davis! About Harper’s Ferry? Do you want to be let alone?
2C-P-M-6
Mary. Why Johnny what have you been doing ...
2C-P-M-7
Mary. Why Johnny what have you been doing ...
2C-P-N-1
‘Neath a ragged Palmetto, a Southerner sat ...
2C-P-N-2
Nightmare. Mrs. Davis dreaming she saw her husband with a rope around his neck
2C-P-N-4
Now, boasting Southron, hold thine own ...2 copies
2C-P-O-1
Oh Dear! Dear! This is a much heavier burden than I had ever anticipated!!
2C-P-O-2
One of the Wigfall family
2C-P-O-4
One of the “Flowers” of the Rebel Army, provided with a pair of seven-league boots
2C-P-O-5
One of the ends of secession
2C-P-O-8
Oh Johnny! Help me out of this 2 copies
2C-P-O-8a
Oh Johnny! Help me out of this
2C-P-O-13
Old Dominion / Poor old simple Virginia3 copies
2C-P-O-14
Old Dominion : Southern chivalry! ...
2C-P-P-1
Plenty of drumming, but no recruits
2C-P-P-2
Portrait of the Southern gentleman who objected to Ellsworth’s Zouaves coming into Virginia, because they didn’t belong to the “First Families”
2C-P-P-5
Poor delude Miss-Souri takes a Secession bath, and finds it much hotter than she expected!
2C-P-R-1
Rebel Army rations3 copies
2C-P-R-1a
Rebel Army rations
2C-P-R-6
Repudiation
2C-P-S-3
Secession cavalry3 copies
2C-P-S-3b
Secession cavalry
2C-P-S-12a
Showman--At the end of the Avenue, you perceive a white house / Jeff and the Showman
2C-P-S-14
Secessionists leaving the Union
2C-P-S-15a
Scott’s extinguisher
2C-P-S-17
Secession
2C-P-S-17b
Southern politicians on a bust / Secession2 copies
2C-P-S-20
Secession States--Present / Secession State--Future3 copies
2C-P-S-21a
Scott’s Tactics: Stopping up the rat holes
2C-P-S-24
Scott vs. Hardee
2C-P-S-26
Second edition. Important news
2C-P-S-27
Say Stranger, have you seen Beauregard?
2C-P-T-1
This tells its own story
2C-P-T-3
To-day a king, to-morrow nothing
2C-P-T-7
The way Washington was taken.
2C-P-T-8
The future turning point
2C-P-T-10
The Flying artillery of the C.S.A.
2C-P-T-11
The Latest Zouave drill (All up)2 copies
2C-P-T-12
The “Double quick” movement as performed in Virginia by the C.S.A. 55ths
2C-P-T-13a
Take the rag--we’re played out2 copies
2C-P-T-14
The Southern Army as it will appear when it enters Washington
2C-P-T-16
The new Zouave drill. Choke Secession (Three motions)2 copies
2C-P-T-17
The new Zouave drill. Choke Secession (Three motions)
2C-P-T-18
The new Constellation
2C-P-T-19
The “Dance of Death” in Virginia; the ball opened
2C-P-T-20
The Rebel’s camp at Manassas Junction
2C-P-T-22a
The upshot of secession
2C-P-T-23
The “key” to the Southern rebellion
2C-P-T-23
The “key” to the Southern rebellion
2C-P-T-25
The “Bragg” fruit of the Palmetto Tree-son
2C-P-T-27
The end of rebellion
2C-P-T-28
Scott’s hold on the Seccessionists [sic]
2C-P-T-31
The wrong man in the right place
2C-P-T-33
The Country’s in danger!--that’s what’s the matter2 copies
2C-P-T-34
This modern Blondin leaves but one impression ...
2C-P-T-41
Though not a wizard by profession Old Uncle Sam knows how to save his bacon ...
2C-P-T-41a
Though not a wizard by profession Old Uncle Sam knows how to save his bacon ...
2C-P-T-42
Those bonds will never do my friend ...3 copies
2C-P-T-43
The bursting of the Secession bubbles
2C-P-T-45
The result of playing with dangerous weapons--the sure result Traitors beware!
2C-P-T-47a
To the rescue of the sacred soil3 copies
2C-P-T-48
To the rescue of the sacred soil
2C-P-T-56
The downfall of secession Treas-on
2C-P-T-57
The man who conceived C.S.A.3 copies
2C-P-T-58
The way the Southern Loan was taken
2C-P-T-60
The Union 34 pounder2 copies
2C-P-T-61
The first step in the art of war: How to run2 copies
2C-P-T-64
The way to go through Baltimore / Armed and provisioned for a siege2 copies
2C-P-T-66
The last that was seen of Beauregard
2C-P-U-2
Uncle Abe--Look her Jeff Davis, you have rode that Secession Hobby about long enough
2C-P-U-4b
Unexpected results arising from fall of Sumter’s flag
2C-P-U-6
Uncle Sam & Jeff2 copies
2C-P-U-11
Union3 copies
2 C-P-U-12
Union Jack sending one of Jeff Davis’ pirates to “Davy Jones locker” -- Serves ‘em right3 copies
2C-P-U-13
Uncle Abe. Lady--Is Mrs. Jefferson Davis in? ...
2C-P-V-2
Virginia begins the war2 copies
2C-P-V-3
Virginia in 1776; Virginia in 18613 copies
2C-P-W-1
W.S. / J.D.
2C-P-W-3
Washwoman Davis--Lor’ bless my soul, how these blacks are flying! they’ll dirty all my clothes
2C-P-W-3b
Washwoman Davis--Lor’ bless my soul, how these blacks are flying! they’ll dirty all my clothes
2C-P-W-4
Wigfall in search of information
2C-P-W-5
What they must soon come to
2C-P-W-8
Wigfall on his promised descent on Washington2 copies
2C-P-W-10
Wigfall in the disguise of a drover, visits Washington. He is surprised at his discoveries
2C-P-W-11
What the South would like to see
2C-P-W-12
What the South shall see!
2C-P-W-13
Wait ‘till the war is over
2C-P-W-15
Wait ‘till the war is over
2C-P-W-16
Wigfall
2C-P-Y-3
You’ll catch it when mother wakes up!

VI. Eagles (E)

A. Facing left (E-L)

3E-L-6
Untitled
3E-L-7
Untitled
3E-L-11
E Pluribus Unum3 copies
3E-L-12
The First Blood
3E-L-12a
The First Blood
3E-L-16
Untitled2 copies
3E-L-30
Untitled
3E-L-33
Forever wave that standard free-Bear it aloft o’er land and sea!3 copies
3E-L-49
The Union must be perpetuated / In Union there is strength2 copies
3E-L-74
Union and Liberty
3E-L-75a
Union and Liberty
3E-L-85
One flag and one government2 copies
3E-L-130
Untitled
3E-L-132
A million brave spirits all shout with one voice ...
3E-L-153
Shine, stars of the Union!
3E-L-158
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just ...3 copies
3E-L-162
The Union Forever
3E-L-166
“The Union--the Constitution and the enforcement of laws”2 copies
3E-L-168
The Union and the Constitution
3E-L-177 (variant)
With Freedom’s emblem thus upborne, Our noble bird doth typefy The measure of defiant scorn that blazes in each patriot eye!
3E-L-204
The Union now and forever2 copies
3E-L-219a
The Loyal states will have no compromise with traitors, treason, or treachery
3E-L-223
The Eagle shall bear the rattlesnake in his beak and rend him with his talons
3E-L-226
Irrepressible conflict!3 copies
3E-L-231
Proclaim liberty throughout the land
3E-L-233
Untitled3 copies
3E-L-239
E pluribus unum
3E-L-244
E pluribus unum
3E-L-245
The Federal Union it must be preserved
3E-L-255
Let your motto be “Liberty now and forever ...”
3E-L-265
Love one another
3E-L-276
Nationality & protection
3E-L-277
Nationality & protection
3E-L-278
Our union forever
3E-L-unlisted
Untitled

B. Facing right (E-R)

3E-R-5
The Union must be preserved
3E-R-8
Union forever
3E-R-18
E pluribus unum
3E-R-31
Untitled
3E-R-37
Union
3E-R-56
The Union and the Constitution
3E-R-58
Union
3E-R-66a
The union of States none can sever
3E-R-66 variant
The union of states none can sever
3E-R-72
Constitution / Union
3E-R-81
Protection
3E-R-99
E pluribus unum
3E-R-102
Untitled
3E-R-103
E pluribus unum
3E-R-105
Untitled
3E-R-106
E pluribus unum
3E-R-118
Liberty & Union for ever & ever
3E-R-131
First patriot duty is union to uphold
3E-R-132
E pluribus unum
3E-R-145
The seal of the nation, the arms of the free, shall secession put down, and restore unity!
3E-R-154
E pluribus unum
3E-R-159
The Constitution and the laws
3E-R-162
The Constitution and the laws / Where cease to wave the stripes and stars, The people cease to reign3 copies
3E-R-171
Liberty and Union2 copies
3E-R-176
Wrapt in its folds our whole country shines resplendent through its stars
3E-R-202
Untitled4 copies
3E-R-210
The Eagle shall bear the rattlesnake in his beak and rend him with his talons3 copies
3E-R-211
The Eagle shall bear the rattlesnake in his beak and rend him with his talons2 copies
3E-R-212a
What God has joined, Let no man put asunder2 copies
3E-R-214
When Freedom, from her mountain height, Unfurled her standard to the air
3E-R-240
Union & liberty. Onward to victory2 copies
3E-R-244
Our Union must and shall be preserved
3E-R-265
Untitled
3E-R-268
Disunion by armed force is treason--Andrew Jackson2 copies
3E-R-274
Majestic monarch of the cloud, Who rear’st aloft thy regal form ...2 copies
3E-R-296
Untitled
3E-R-unlisted-1
Union and liberty
3E-R-unlisted-2
E pluribus unum

VII. Flags (F)

A. Overall designs (F-O)

3F-O-13
Untitled
3F-O-18
Union
3F-O-24
Untitled
3F-O-35
A secession envelope
3F-O-unlisted
“And the star spangled banner in triumph shall wave, O’er the land of the free, and the home of the brave.”

B. Two or more flags (F-T)

3F-T-5 variant
Liberty and union
3F-T-6
Liberty and union, now and forever, one and inseparable2 copies
3F-T-7
Our whole union
3F-T-8
Stand by the Union
3F-T-8a
Stand by the Union
3F-T-12
The Union, it must and shall be preserved2 copies
3F-T-12a
The Union, it must and shall be preserved
3F-T-14a
Untitled
3F-T-22
The Union and the Constitution
3F-T-22
The Union and the Constitution
3F-T-26
God and our native land
3F-T-31
1776 1861
3F-T-39b
The constitution for ever. Rebellion must be put down
3F-T-42
No compromise with traitors. Rebellion must be put down
3F-T-59
E pluribus unum / Stand by the flag
3F-T-64
The Nation’s emblems. Let us hand them down untarnished to future generations
3F-T-70 variant
The Constitution
3F-T-71
Freedom’s broad pinions our fathers unfurl’d An ensign to nations, and joy to the world
3F-T-77
Our union forever2 copies
3F-T-82
The rock of our salvation
3F-T-96
Sweet flag of our country
3F-T-100
Qui. Trans. Sust. Post. Nub Phoeb.
3F-T-107
Illustrated history of the Stars and Stripes3 copies
3F-T-118
Untitled

C. Flags facing left (F-L)

3F-L-6
Isa. 25-12
3F-L-8
Give me liberty, or give me death!
3F-L-13
Erin, O Erin, though long in the shade, Thy star will shine out when the proudest shall fade.
3F-L-20 variant
The banner of beauty
3F-L-47
Untitled
3F-L-48
Untitled
3F-L-62
The day of compromise with treason has irrevocably passed2 copies
3F-L-69
The night will soon be past; Joy cometh with the morning
3F-L-76
Let us repair to our churches on the Fourth of July, and, at mid-day, swear allegiance to the Union2 copies
3F-L-92
The new Quaker bonnet. 1861.2 copies
3F-L-94
The new Quaker bonnet, (Stars and stripes pattern,), 18612 copies
3F-L-96
Arguments for traitors
3F-L-100
Untitled
3F-L-104
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just ...
3F-L-112
Untitled

D. Flags facing right (F-R)

3F-R-6
Untitled
3F-R-8
Untitled
3F-R-22
Untitled
3F-R-26
Stand by the flag2 copies
3F-R-27
Stand by the flag
3F-R-28
Stand by the flag
3F-R-35
Union3 copies
3F-R-38
Untitled
3F-R-41
Excelsior
3F-R-42
Untitled
3F-R-51
The star spangled banner in triumph shall wave. O’er the land of the free, and the home of the brave
3F-R-59
Untitled
3F-R-66
Untitled2 copies
3F-R-66 variant
Through Baltimore
3F-R-66 variant
Stand by the flag2 copies
3F-R-81
In triumph shall wave
3F-R-83
Liberty and Union! / Long may it wave
3F-R-84
Liberty and union! Now and forever, one & inseparable!
3F-R-85
Liberty and union! Now and forever, one & inseparable! / Then conquer we must, for our cause it is just ...2 copies
3F-R-87 variant
Long may it wave
3F-R-91
Our country
3F-R-99 variant
Stand by the flag2 copies
3F-R-100
Stand by the flag. Let every man’s motto be: I am with my country, and for my Country, under all circumstances, and in every contingency
3F-R-102
The day of absolute victory shall be made to come, if we fight for a century
3F-R-115
The union of lakes and the union of lands--The union of states none can sever ...
3F-R-117
The union of lakes, the union of lands, The union of states none can sever ...
3F-R-132
The Union & Constitution
3F-R-143
Our union--Our constitution and our flag. Not for a day, but for all time2 copies
3F-R-171
Stand by the flag!
3F-R-172
Untitled2 copies
3F-R-192
Untitled
3F-R-193
Untitled
3F-R-195
Stand by the flag
3F-R-196
Stand by the union4 copies
3F-R-196 variant
Stand by the union
3F-R-199
The real people must rule everywhere--Vox populi
3F-R-220
Untitled
3F-R-233
Our country
3F-R-233 variant
Our country
3F-R-246
Our country / Ours to preserve--Ours to enjoy--Ours to transmit
3F-R-246a
Our country / Ours to preserve--Ours to enjoy--Ours to transmit
3F-R-266
Untitled
3F-R-269
Untitled2 copies
3F-R-269 variant
It must be defended
3F-R-273
The dread of traitors
3F-R-274
To traitors a terror, to patriots--glory
3F-R-283
Flag of the free heart’s hope and home ...
3F-R-304
Untitled2 copies
3F-R-313
If any one attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot. John A. Dix
3F-R-321
Stand by the flag!2 copies
3F-R-322 variant
Stand by the flag!
3F-R-329
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just ...
3F-R-349
Stand by the flag / Let every man’s motto be “I am with my country ...”2 copies
3F-R-355
Fast colors. Warranted not to run / The Union forever
3F-R-361
The Union, It must be preserved
3F-R-363
The Union now & forever / The star-spangled banner in triumph shall wav, O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave
3F-R-373
Stand by the flag2 copies
3F-R-383
Union and the Constitution / “If anyone attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot.” John A. Dix
3F-R-387
Union and the Constitution / Long may it wave
3F-R-390
Union and the Constitution / The Star Spangled Banner. The flag we fight under3 copies
3F-R-392
Union and the Constitution / Long may it wave
3F-R-396
Untitled
3F-R-405 variant
Death to Traitors
3F-R-422
Our compromise3 copies
3F-R-441
This is the preacher that speaks to the purpose; Driving his doctrines right into the heart of the foe2 copies
3F-R-462
Up, up with the flag, let it float o’er the free2 copies
3F-R-467
And this be our motto “In God is our trust”
3F-R-unlisted
Untitled

VIII. Male designs

A. One male with no flag (M-A)

3M-A-7
One of the Rebels
3M-A-8
One of the Rebels
3M-A-13
Through Baltimore
3M-A-14
Guards, Up and at them
3M-A-14 variant
Up and at ‘em
3M-A-15
Guards, Up and at them
3M-A-18
Untitled2 copies
3M-A-23a
The School of the Indiana Zouave
3M-A-24
Untitled4 copies
3M-A-25
Untitled
3M-A-26
Our Nation’s honor the bond of Union
3M-A-30
Death of an Honorable Life / 2d Batallion, B.L.I.2 copies
3M-A-30 variant
Untitled
3M-A-31
Scotchmen for the Union2 copies
3M-A-31a
Scotchmen for the Union/ 79th N.Y. Regiment
3M-A-46
Untitled
3M-A-48
The Zouave defender2 copies
3M-A-49
The Zouave defender
3M-A-51
The Zouave defender
3M-A-60
Untitled
3M-A-unlisted
The Union must and shall be preserved

B. Male with one or more other person

3M-T-2
The Constitution
3M-T-5a variant
Off for the war
3M-T-6
Off for the War
3M-T-11
The Union--The Constitution and the enforcement of the laws
3M-T-14
For the flag our fathers gave, O’er our children’s head shall wave ...2 copies
3M-T-15
Constitution & laws3 copies
3M-T-25
The star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave ...2 copies
3M-T-27
One of the rebels
3M-T-28
Untitled
3M-T-45a
Flag of the seas! On ocean wave. The stars shall glitter o’er the brave
3M-T-45a
Flag of the seas! On ocean wave. The stars shall glitter o’er the brave
3M-T-48
Untitled
3M-T-48a
Untitled
3M-T-60
Highlanders ...
3M-T-82
1776 1861 / The past, The present

C. With flag, but not holding the flag (M-F)

3M-F-2
Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants therof
3M-F-8
Untitled
3M-F-13
Untitled
3M-F-30
Untitled3 copies
3M-F-30b
Untitled2 copies
3M-F-30 variant
Liberty and union2 copies
3M-F-72
Untitled

D. On flagpole (M-P)

3M-P-36
The gallant Mr. Hart of New York, nailing the flag of Sumter to the mast
3M-P-48
Forever shall it wave, our Nation’s emblem, bidding defiance to rebels and traitors!2 copies

E. Holding a flag and flag points right (M-R)

3M-R-2
Job. 39-21
3M-R-3 variant
Death to Traitors
3M-R-10
Stand by the Flag!2 copies
3M-R-14
Untitled
3M-R-17
Untitled
3M-R-25
Stand by the Flag.4 copies
3M-R-34
U.S.A.
3M-R-42
For right is right, since God is God, And right the day must win3 copies
3M-R-44
Success to our volunteers / Never surrender
3M-R-53
Untitled2 copies
3M-R-54
Untitled
3M-R-55
Untitled2 copies
3M-R-60
To Richmond2 copies
3M-R-63
To Richmond
3M-R-70 variant
To Richmond
3M-R-72
Untitled
3M-R-79 variant
Wave on Wave on! Thy shining stars shall gleam ..
3M-R-86
Strike--till the last armed foe expires
3M-R-87
Strike--till the last armed foe expires. Strike for your altars and your fires ...
3M-R-90
It shall Wave. Zouave planting our flag on Arlington Heights
3M-R-96a
The Young Volunteer. Bully for you2 copies
3M-R-99
Untitled2 copies

F. Holding a flag and flag points left (M-L)

3M-L-8
Death or victory
3M-L-10
Untitled2 copies
3M-L-17
Untitled3 copies
3M-L-18
Untitled
3M-L-28
The Constitution of our Fathers
3M-L-31
Untitled
3M-L-34 variant
Treason will sink and truth shall soar Where’er our banner floats
3M-L-35
Our Union and our Laws, we must maintain!
3M-L-36
Flag of the seas! On land or wave. Thy stars shall glitter o’er the brave
3M-L-38
Up with the stripes down with the bars ...
3M-L-47
Don’t give up the ship2 copies
3M-L-47a
Don’t give up the ship3 copies
3M-L-55
Pro patria et gloria [1st] Regiment National Guard N.Y.S.
3M-L-56
Hope / R. Island Regiment
3M-L-58
Jeff Davis and Stevens may come with their troops ...
3M-L-61
All hail the stars and stripes
3M-L-62
M.V.M.2 copies
3M-L-65
Remember Ellsworth2 copies
3M-L-93a
Young America off for the War / Excelsior
3M-L-95 variant
To Washington through Baltimore / Death to Traitors
3M-L-103
Our Army and Navy forever, Three cheers for the Red, White and Blue.3 copies
3M-L-104
Untitled2 copies
3M-L-106
Untitled
3M-L-106b
Untitled

IX. Female designs (F)

A. With one or more person (F-P)

3F-P-4
One flag--One government
3F-P-7
Untitled
3F-P-14
Untitled

B. Sitting alone (F-SI)

3F-SI-1
Untitled
3F-SI-2
All hail to the Stars and Stripes
3F-SI-4
Let our watchword ever be, Country, God and Liberty
3F-SI-5 variant
Liberty and Union2 copies
3F-SI-7
Our Country
3F-SI-9
Our Country
3F-SI-16
Untitled2 copies
3F-SI-18
Untitled
3F-SI-20
Flag of the brave, thy folds shall fly, the sign of hope, and triumph high
3F-SI-21
For the Star-Spangled Banner in triumph shall wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave
3F-SI-29
Liberty and Union
3F-SI-31
Liberty and Union
3F-SI-32
Liberty and Union, now and forever!
3F-SI-35
Our Country
3F-SI-37
Stand by the Flag
3F-SI-40
Stike for your country, and your country’s laws, Heaven’s smile is on so just and true a cause
3F-SI-51
The Spirit of ’76 moves us
3F-SI-53
Our hearts are with them
3F-SI-54
Union and happiness
3F-SI-55
Union and liberty forever
3F-SI-57
One of the Rebels
3F-SI-58
One of the Rebels
3F-SI-71
Victory
3F-SI-72
I speak to-day for the preservation of the Union. There can be no such thing as a peaceable secession
3F-SI-73
Our Country
3F-SI-74
Our Country2 copies
3F-SI-77
The Union forever
3F-SI-81
Untitled
3F-SI-106
Untitled
3F-SI-110
Untitled
3F-SI-114
Liberty & Union Now & Forever / Then conquer we must ...
3F-SI-130
To secure our ports hang the pirates
3F-SI-138
One of the Rebels
3F-SI-139
Untitled
3F-SI-150
Union / In view of the guilt and the treason ...
3F-SI-151
Untitled
3F-SI-152 variant
Untitled
3F-SI-155
Columbia recording the names of her heroes
3F-SI-157
Our hearts are with our brothers in the field2 copies
3F-SI-159
Our hearts are with our brothers in the field
3F-SI-168
In memory of the gallant officers and men, who fell at the Battle of Bull Run
3F-SI-unlisted
Untitled

C. Standing, no flag (F-ST)

3F-ST-3
I have no one to send--I’ll go myself, and nurse the sick2 copies
3F-ST-6
Union
3F-ST-10
Untitled
3F-ST-14
Union2 copies
3F-ST-27 variant
Justice and Unity
3F-ST-37a
Columbia, Columbia to glory arise ...
3F-ST-56
Untitled
3F-ST-72
One of the Rebels
3F-ST-73
One of the Rebels
3F-ST-79
Untitled
3F-ST-81
Untitled
3F-ST-83
Untitled
3F-ST-98
Our union--It must and shall be preserved; its friends are our friends and its foes are our foes
3F-ST-107
My only support--both boys gone to the war. I wonder if they would take me?
3F-ST-109
If I cannot fight, I can feed those who do
3F-ST-116
When thus our hosts go proudly forth, Let foes beware the Spirit of the North2 copies
3F-ST-122
Columbia rules the ocean2 copies
3F-ST-123b
Pillar of Glory
3F-ST-unlisted
Untitled

D. Standing, with flag (F-F)

3F-F-2
Untitled2 copies
3F-F-4
Union & Constitution3 copies
3F-F-8
Untitled2 copies
3F-F-8 variant
The Union forever
3F-F-33
Stand by the Union2 copies
3F-F-44
Liberty and Union
3F-F-45
Liberty and Union
3F-F-47
Now crush rebellion
3F-F-53
Untitled
3F-F-54
Flag of the seas! On land or wave, Thy stars shall glitter o’er the brave2 copies
3F-F-56 variant
Liberty--Union
3F-F-61
Not subjugation, but restoration--Vox Populi
3F-F-62
No truce with traitors
3F-F-66
The streaming flag of liberty, of Freedom’s sons the boast ...
3F-F-67
This flag again shall wave from Maine to Oregon
3F-F-68
Union!2 copies
3F-F-76
Our country first3 copies
3F-F-78
Shame on the dastard who would dim the lustre of a single star
3F-F-83
Union2 copies
3F-F-85
Union2 copies
3F-F-96
Untitled
3F-F-98
Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable3 copies
3F-F-103
The Union, the Constitution, and the Enforcement of Laws
3F-F-113 variant
This flag must be replaced
3F-F-114a
Death to traitors
3F-F-119
The spirit of the Union crushing out secession
3F-F-120a
Untitled
3F-F-122
Untitled4 copies
3F-F-122a
Untitled2 copies
3F-F-125
Liberty and Union
3F-F-130
Stand, the ground’s your own, my braves! Will ye give it up to slaves?3 copies
3F-F-153
United States of America / Conquer we must, for our cause it is just, Let this be our motto, “In God is our trust”
3F-F-159
Union2 copies
3F-F-159d
Untitled
3F-F-160
True to the Stars & Stripes3 copies
3F-F-162
True to the Stars and Stripes
3F-F-164
Untitled
3F-F-168a
Untitled
3F-F-194
Untitled2 copies
3F-F-197
Our nation’s honor the bond of Union
3F-F-199
We must keep that flag where it e’er has stood ...
3F-F-201
Untitled
3F-F-205
Untitled2 copies
3F-F-209
U.S. / I will not usurp power but crush out rebellion
3F-F-214
Union
3F-F-227
Untitled3 copies
3F-F-253a
Our Union and Our laws we must maintain And drive foul treason from our land again
3F-F-256
The conquer we must, when our cause it is just ...
3F-F-258a
Union
3F-F-261
The Union must and shall be preserved
3F-F-unlisted
Untitled

X. Other subjects (O)

A. Bells (O-B)

3O-B-2
Proclaim liberty throughout all the land, unto all the inhabitants thereof
3O-B-2a
Proclaim liberty throughout all the land, unto all the inhabitants thereof
3O-B-3
Proclaim liberty throughout all the land, unto all the inhabitants thereof

B. Shields (O-S)

3O-S-1
Untitled
3O-S-4
Untitled
3O-S-6
Untitled2 copies
3O-S-9
God speed the right
3O-S-12
Fear not, Abram, for I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward
3O-S-23
Stand by the flag
3O-S-39
In Union there is strength2 copies
3O-S-43
Old Secession not according to Hoyle
3O-S-unlisted
Untitled

C. Stars (O-ST)

3O-ST-5
Untitled2 copies

D. Transportation (O-T)

3O-T-1
Untitled
3O-T-5
Thou, too sail on O Ship of State! ...
3O-T-17
Untitled
3O-T-19
Untitled

E. Words U.S., Union, etc. (O-US)

3O-US-11
U.S.A.
3O-US-12
U.S.A.

F. Miscellaneous (O-M)

3O-M-7
The house that “Uncle Sam” built
3O-M-8
This is the malt that laid in the house that Uncle Sam built
3O-M-9
Secession is the rat that eat the malt that laid in the house that Uncle Sam built
3O-M-10
Our union preserved is the cat that will kill the rat that eat the malt that laid in the house that Uncle Sam built
3O-M-11
Davis the dog that worried the cat that will kill the rat that eat the malt that laid in the house that Uncle Sam built
3O-M-12
Scott is the cow with the crumpled horn that will toss the dog that worried the cat ...
3O-M-13
Liberty is the maiden all forlorn that raised the cow with the crumpled horn that tossed the dog ...
3O-M-14
Uncle Sam is the man all tattered and torn who married the maiden all forlorn ...
3O-M-15
This is the parson now dead and gone that married the man all tattered and torn ...
3O-M-16
Uncle Sam’s farm, and how they lived there
3O-M-18
The results of Uncle Sam’s government. Peace, plenty and prosperity
3O-M-23
Union. Here’s to Ireland’s shamrock ...
3O-M-28
1776
3O-M-33
The Massachusetts Pine. I give my rafters to his boat ...2 copies
3O-M-34
Charter Oak
3O-M-39
By our common kindred tongue ...

XI. Confederate-issued designs (CF)

A. Flags (CF-FL)

4CF-FL-1
Untitled
4CF-FL-2
Southern men with Southern might, Will shed their blood for Southern right
4CF-FL-3
Death before Dishonor
4CF-FL-4
Don’t Tread on Us2 copies
4CF-FL-5
Southern rights will be defended by Southern men
4CF-FL-6
Untitled
4CF-FL-7
Untitled
4CF-FL-8
Sic Semper Tyrannis2 copies
4CF-FL-9
Untitled
4CF-FL-10
Don’t tread on us
4CF-FL-11
Don’t tread on us / Ever ready with our lives and fortunes
4CF-FL-12
The Sunny South Our Country
4CF-FL-13
Jeff. Davis, Prest. Alexr. H. Stephens, Vice Prest.
4CF-FL-14
Gather around your country’s flag, Men of the South the hour has come. None may falter, none may lag. March to the sound of the fife and drum
4CF-FL-15
Untitled
4CF-FL-16
Our father’s faith let us keep till death ...
4CF-FL-17
Bright Banner of Freedom with pride I unfurl thee ...
4CF-FL-18
Untitled2 copies
4CF-FL-19
Untitled
4CF-FL-20
Untitled
4CF-FL-21
Untitled
4CF-FL-22
Right must prevail
4CF-FL-23
Invincible
4CF-FL-24
Untitled
4CF-FL-25
Untitled
4CF-FL-26
Untitled
4CF-FL-27
Untitled
4CF-FL-28
Its thunder tones shall arouse the freeman3 copies
4CF-FL-29
Southern independence: we will defend it with our lives and fortunes2 copies
4CF-FL-30
Southern rights! Don’t tread on us

B. Male designs (CF-M)

4CF-M-1
Untitled
4CF-M-2
Death before dishonor3 copies
4CF-M-3
May those Northern fanatics who abuse their Southern neighbors ...
4CF-M-4
Our flag shall proudly stream, defiant of assault

C. Male on flagpole (CF-M-FP)

4CF-M-FP-1
Death before dishonor2 copies
4CF-M-FP-2
We have nailed our colors to the mast2 copies

D. Portraits (CF-P)

4CF-P-1
Southern rights and Southern institutions2 copies
4CF-P-2
Jeffn. Davis
4CF-P-3
Jeffn. Davis
4CF-P-4
Hon. Jefferson Davis. Champion of the South
4CF-P-5
Hon. Jefferson Davis. Champion of the South

E. Shields (CF-SH)

4CF-SH-1
The Emblem of the South
4CF-SH-2
Southern rights. Death before dishonor. Bold, but wary

F. States (CF-ST)

4CF-ST-1
Sic semper tyrannis. So be it ever to tyrants
4CF-ST-2
Thus will it ever be with tyrants. Virginia the mighty
4CF-ST-3
South Carolina: The palmetto state2 copies
4CF-ST-4
Charleston, S. C. 1871

G. Other (CF-O)

4CF-O-1
Untitled
4CF-O-2
Untitled
4CF-O-3
The device of our Fathers in their first struggle for liberty, 1776. Unite or die2 copies
4CF-O-4
Untitled2 copies

XII. Miscellaneous postal covers, not Civil War (Misc)

4Misc-1
[Illuminated design of knight with shield]
4Misc-2
Les Fumeurs
4Misc- 3
The Press--The lever that moves the world; may it dispel the clouds which surround our country and receive the support of a united people.
4Misc-4
Untitled
4Misc-5
Untitled
4Misc-6
Untitled
4Misc-7
Untitled
4Misc-8
Untitled
4Misc-9
Untitled
4Misc-10
Untitled

Index

Weiss’s organizational scheme groups patriotic covers according to their primary subject matter, but many feature more than one graphic element or subject or are arranged by title, rather than by subject (as is the case in the “Caricatures” sections). This index will assist reasearchers in identifying all patriotic covers featuring a given topic or graphic element.

African Americans: C-BL, C-A-R-18, C-D-40, C-P-F-4, C-P-J-47, C-P-N-1, C-P-O-14, C-P-S-3, C-P-T-3, C-P-T-41, C-P-W-3b, C-P-W-13, C-P-W-15, M-A-7, CF-M-3
Alligators: C-A-R-6, C-A-R-7, C-A-R-46, C-A-R-49, C-P-A-21
Anderson, Robert: FP-WS-50, PM-2, PM-5, PM-6, PM-7, PM-8, PM-12, PM-13a, SC-MB-53, SC-NB-60, F-ST-123b
Andrew, John A.: PNM-1
Banks, Nathaniel P.: PM-27, PM-28, C-A-D-16
Bates, Edward: FP-AL-188
Battle Scenes: FP-GW-111, FP-GW-111a, FP-EE-9, FP-EE-53, FP-EE-56, FP-EE-57, FP-JF-61, SC-MB, E-R-106
Beauregard, G. T.: PM-8, SC-NW-2, C-A-E-8, C-A-H-31a, C-A-H-42, C-A-R-48, C-A-O-12, C-A-O-31a, C-A-O-42, C-A-O-53, C-A-O-54, C-D-23b, C-D-25, C-D-29, C-P-B-6, C-P-B-10, C-P-C-19b, C-P-G-1, C-P-G-16, C-P-G-18, C-P-J-51, C-P-M-6, C-P-M-7, C-P-S-27, C-P-T-7, C-P-T-66, C-P-U-4b, C-P-W-12
Bell, John: PNM-3, PNM-5
Birds: C-A-H-41a, C-A-R-48, C-B, C-D-5, C-A-D-8
Blair, Montgomery: FP-AL-188
Brownlow, William G.: PNM-26, PNM-33
Bull, John: C-A-H-36, C-A-O-50, C-BL-43, C-BL-51, C-P-C-16, C-P-C-17, C-P-J-16, C-P-J-23, C-P-J-52. C-P-O-8, C-P-T-42
Bulls: RE-48, C-A-O-61, C-B-26
Butler, Benjamin F.: PM-69A, PM-70, PM-73, PM-275, C-BL-53, C-BL-59, C-BL-66, C-BL-67, C-BL-68, C-BL-69
Cameron, Simon: FP-AL-188
Cannons: FP-GW-50, FP-GM-43, FP-EE-20, C-O-20, C-O-45, C-P-A-32, C-P-B-3a, C-P-J-5b, C-P-T-11, C-P-T-22a, C-P-T-60, C-P-V-2, F-L-6, F-L-96, F-R-396, F-R-405, F-R-422, F-R-441, M-F-13, M-F-72, M-R-96a, M-R-99, M-L-18, M-L-106, M-L-106b, F-F-96, F-F-98, F-F-103, CF-FL-16, CF-FL-28, CF-P-4, CF-P-5
Carroll, Charles: PNM-39
Chase, Salmon P.: FP-AL-188
Columbia: FP-GW-165, FP-EE-54, PM-8, SC-NB-65, SC-NB-66, SC-NW-26, C-D-21, C-P-E-2, C-P-J-32, C-P-J-73, C-P-W-11, C-P-W-12, F-P-4, F-P-7, F-SI-1-51, F-SI-73 F-SI-74, F-SI-77, F-SI-155, F-SI-168, F-ST-6, F-ST-10, F-ST-37a, F-ST-56, F-ST-83, F-ST-98, F-ST-122, F-F-2, F-F-4, F-F-53, F-F-54, F-F-56, F-F-61, F-F-62, F-F-66, F-F-67, F-F-68, F-F-83, F-F-201, F-F-205, CF-O-1, CF-O-2
Constitution: FP-GW-158, FP-WS-29, FP-WS-67, FP-WS-71, PM-8, PNM-57, PNM-61, PNM-100, ST-544, C-A-D-5, C-B-53, C-O-15, E-L-166, E-L-168, E-R-56, E-R-159, E-R-162, F-T-22, F-T-39b, F-T-70, F-R-132, F-R-143, F-R-383, F-R-387, F-R-390, F-R-392, M-T-2, M-T-11, M-T-15, M-L-28, F-F-4, F-F-103
Corcoran, Michael: PM-85
Cotton: C-A-H-36, C-A-Ro-10, C-A-O-7, C-A-O-20, C-B-49, C-BL-43, C-BL-51, C-D-28, C-D-29, C-P-A-27, C-P-C-12, C-P-C-16, C-P-C-17, C-P-J-16, C-P-O-1
Davis, Jefferson: FP-AL-191-200, C-A-D-5, C-A-D-8, C-A-D-30a-48, C-A-E-1, C-A-E-12, C-A-H-7, C-A-H-11, C-A-H-15a, C-A-H-16a, C-A-H-18, C-A-H-28, C-A-H-29, C-A-H-42-43a, C-A-R-1-3, C-A-R-12, C-A-R-19, C-A-R-33, C-A-R-44, C-A-Ro-2, C-A-Ro-3, C-A-O-5, C-A-O-5a, C-A-O-14, C-A-O-20, C-A-O-21, C-A-O-26-28, C-A-O-31a, C-A-O-34-45, C-A-O-48, C-A-O-49, C-A-O-61, C-A-O-63-65, C-B-20, C-B-22, C-B-31, C-B-37, C-B-42, C-B-51, C-B-52, C-B-56a, C-B-58, C-BL-6, C-BL-17, C-BL-28, C-BL-42, C-BL-44, C-BL-55, C-BL-55a, C-BL-61, C-BL-64, C-BL-71, C-D-8-11, C-D-14a, C-D-18, C-D-25, C-D-27, C-D-29, C-D-40, C-F-2, C-F-10, C-F-23-26, C-SH-1, C-SH-4-8, C-SK-12, C-SK-18-23, C-O-35, C-O-36, C-P-A-2a, C-P-A-5, C-P-A-12, C-P-A-21, C-P-A-24, C-P-A-27, C-P-A-30, C-P-B-6, C-P-B-10, C-P-C-19b, C-P-D-5, C-P-F-4, C-P-F-8, C-P-F-9, C-P-G-17, C-P-H-1, C-P-H-6, C-P-I-8, C-P-J, C-P-L, C-P-M-3a, C-P-N-2, C-P-O-8, C-P-R-6, C-P-S-12a, C-P-S-15a, C-P-S-26, C-P-T-1, C-P-T-7, C-P-T-13a, C-P-T-18, C-P-T-27, C-P-T-31, C-P-T-34, C-P-T-41-43, C-P-U-2-6, C-P-U-12, C-P-U-13, C-P-W-1, C-P-W-3, C-P-W-11, C-P-W-12, F-O-35, M-L-58, O-M-11, CF-FL-13, CF-FL-18, CF-P-1-5, CF-O-3
Devils: C-A-H-42, C-D, ST-83-93
Dogs: C-A-H-41a, C-A-H-43, C-A-H-43a, C-A-O-63, C-BL-53, C-P-A-22, O-M-11-13, C-A-D
Donkeys: C-A-H-1, C-A-H-3a, C-A-H-6, C-A-H-15a, C-A-H-16a, C-A-H-18, C-A-H-38, C-A-H-39, C-A-H-46, C-A-O-63, C-P-H-6, C-P-J-64, C-P-J-66, C-P-J-70
Douglas, Stephen A.: PNM-47, PNM-57, PNM-61
Eagles: FP-GW-50, FP-GW-65, FP-GW-158, FP-WS-8a, FP-WS-69, FP-WS-78, FP-GM-73, FP-GM-94, FP-GM-102, FP-EE-4, FP-EE-20, FP-EE-29, FP-EE-67, FP-EE-71, FP-EE-74, PM-69A, PNM-1, PNM-61, SC-NB-60, SC-DC-13, ST-479, ST-480, ST-543, ST-544, C-A-D-26, C-A-R-33, C-A-R-39, C-A-R-46, C-B, C-BL-55, C-SH-15a, C-P-E-2, E-L, E-R, F-T-100, M-T-15, M-T-25, M-F-72, M-L-28, M-L-55, F-P-4, F-SI-51, F-SI-54, F-SI-55, F-SI-71, F-SI-72, F-SI-73, F-SI-74, F-SI-77, F-SI-106, F-SI-110, F-SI-114, F-SI-151, F-SI-168, F-ST-6, F-ST-10, F-ST-122, F-ST-unlisted, F-F-2, F-F-85, F-F-96, F-F-98, F-F-103, F-F-194, F-F-197, F-F-199, F-F-253a, F-F-261
Ellsworth, Elmer E.: FP-GM-102, FP-EE, C-P-P-2, M-L-65, F-SI-155, F-ST-123b
Embossed designs: FP-GW-24, FP-WS-29, FP-JF-44, E-L-233, F-R-6, Misc-4, Misc-5
England, see Bull, John.
F.F.V. (First Families of Virginia): C-A-R-48, C-BL-66-69, C-A-H-5, C-A-O-51, C-O-13, C-P-P-2
Females: C-A-R-23, C-A-R-26, C-A-O-46, C-P-A-31, C-P-C-9, C-P-D-5, C-P-G-20, C-P-J-73, C-P-O-13, C-P-O-14, C-P-P-5, C-P-U-13, C-P-V-2, C-P-V-3, C-P-W-3, C-P-Y-3, M-T-5a, M-T-6, M-T-45a, M-T-48, F-P, F-SI, F-ST, F-F
Flag, Confederate: FP-EE-47, FP-EE-50, FP-EE-53, C-A-O-14, C-A-O-21, C-A-O-50, C-B-20, C-BL-51, C-BL-60, C-D-19, C-D-31, C-D-34, C-F-1, C-SK-12, C-O-45, C-P-A-19, C-P-B-7, C-P-J-45, C-P-J-51, C-P-L-2a, C-P-T-13a, C-P-T-20, C-P-V-3
Flag, U.S.: FP-GW-17, FP-GW-50, FP-GW-65, FP-GW-83, FP-GW-86, FP-GW-86a, FP-GW-111, FP-GW-111a, FP-GW-121, FP-GW-165, FP-AL-65, FP-AL-66, FP-AL-66a, FP-AL-67, FP-WS-12, FP-WS-16, FP-WS-25, FP-WS-26, FP-WS-29, FP-WS-33, FP-WS-38, FP-WS-39, FP-WS-41, FP-WS-42, FP-WS-69, FP-WS-78, FP-GM-43, FP-GM-73, FP-GM-93, FP-GM-94, FP-GM-102, FP-EE-8, FP-EE-20, FP-EE-29, FP-EE-30, FP-EE-32, FP-EE-35, FP-EE-41, FP-EE-47, FP-EE-50, FP-EE-56, FP-EE-57, FP-EE-71, FP-EE-74, FP-JF-64, PM-13a, PM-69A, PM-171, PNM-33, PNM-47, PNM-100, PNM-107, SC-MB-41, SC-MB-53, SC-MB-63, SC-MB-85, SC-NB-60, SC-NB-65, SC-NB-79, ST-470, ST-471, ST-479, ST-480, ST-530, ST-543, ST-544, C-A-D-26, C-A-R-15, C-A-R-21, C-A-R-39, C-A-R-46, C-A-Ro-7, C-A-Ro-10, C-A-O-6, C-A-O-25, C-A-O-37, C-A-O-46, C-A-O-57, C-A-O-65, C-B-25, C-B-37, C-B-41, C-B-42, C-B-57, C-BL-53, C-BL-66, C-BL-67, C-BL-68, C-BL-69, C-BL-73, C-BL-74, C-D-21, C-D-44, C-P-A-31, C-P-A-39, C-P-C-7, C-P-E-2, C-P-F-4, C-P-G-9a, C-P-J-60, C-P-L-3, C-P-L-4, C-P-O-13, C-P-O-14, C-P-S-15a, C-P-S-24, C-P-T-10, C-P-T-11, C-P-T-22a, C-P-T-31, C-P-U-11, C-P-W-11, C-P-Y-3, E-L-7, E-L-16, E-L-30, E-L-33, E-L-74, E-L-75a, E-L-204, E-L-219a, E-L-223, E-L-226, E-L-239, E-L-255, E-L-276, E-L-277, E-L-278, E-R-5, E-R-8, E-R-18, E-R-37, E-R-56, E-R-58, E-R-72, E-R-81, E-R-131, E-R-132, E-R-145, E-R-159, E-R-162, E-R-171, E-R-176, E-R-202, E-R-210, E-R-211, E-R-214, E-R-240, E-R-244, E-R-265, E-R-268, E-R-296, E-R-unlisted-1, F-O, F-T, F-L, F-R, M-T-2, M-T-5a, M-T-6, M-T-14, M-T-15, M-T-25, M-T-45a, M-T-48, M-T-48a, M-T-82, F-SI-16, F-SI-18, F-SI-20, F-SI-21, F-SI-29, F-SI-31, F-SI-32, F-SI-35, F-SI-37, F-SI-40, F-SI-51, F-SI-54, F-SI-55, F-SI-72, F-SI-73, F-SI-74, F-SI-77, F-SI-106, F-SI-150, F-SI-151, F-SI-157, F-SI-159, F-SI-168, F-SI-unlisted, F-ST-98, F-ST-116, F-ST-122
Floyd, John B.: C-A-R-48, C-BL-64, C-P-C-19b, C-P-U-4b, C-A-D-10, C-A-D-11, C-A-H-9
Foxes: C-A-O-26-28, C-A-O-34-37, C-A-O-43
Franklin, Benjamin: PNM-80, PNM-81, PNM-85, PNM-90
Fremont, Jessie: FP-JF-10, FP-JF-64
Fremont, John C.: FP-JF
Gallows: C-A-R-18, C-A-R-21, C-B-49, C-P-A-5, C-P-C-19b, C-P-F-4, C-P-J-42, C-P-J-50, C-P-L-3, C-P-L-4, C-P-O-5, C-P-T-16, C-P-T-17, C-P-T-18, C-P-T-31, C-P-W-12, F-L-96
Handcuffs: C-O-12, C-O-13, C-P-J-13
Hogs: C-A-O-6, C-A-O-12, C-A-O-21, C-A-O-24, C-A-O-25, C-A-O-53, C-A-O-54, C-A-O-64
Horses: FP-GW-80, FP-GW-83, FP-GW-86, FP-GW-86a, C-A-H, C-P-T-47a, C-P-T-48, C-P-U-2, M-A-unlisted, M-R-2
Jackson, Andrew: PNM-100, SC-NB-60, E-R-268, E-R-296, F-ST-123b
Kane, George P.: PM-80
Ladd, Luther C.: PM-171
Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier: PNM-107, SC-MB-63
Letcher, John: C-A-R-48, C-A-O-42, C-P-G-20
Lions: C-A-H-28, C-A-H-38, C-A-O-7, C-A-O-20, C-A-O-50, C-A-O-63, C-B-49, C-BL-28, C-P-G-21
Lyon, Nathaniel: PM-177, PM-183
McClellan, George B.: FP-WS-48, FP-GM, C-P-A-11, C-P-A-33, C-P-B-6, C-P-B-10, C-P-J-32, C-P-M-1, F-SI-155
Massachusetts: ST-479, ST-480, C-A-O-29a, E-L-12, F-L-48, F-R-28, F-R-195, O-M-33
Monkeys: C-A-O-14, C-A-O-37, C-A-O-48, C-A-O-49, C-A-O-51, C-A-O-56, C-A-O-62, C-A-O-67, C-P-G-18
Nooses: C-A-D-26, C-SK-6, C-SK-18, C-O-5a, C-P-A-12, C-P-A-24, C-P-A-26-29, C-P-J-35, C-P-N-2, C-P-O-5, C-P-T-16, C-P-T-17, C-P-T-25
Price, Sterling: C-O-28
Putnam, Israel: FP-GM-102
Rodents: C-B-22, C-P-S-21a, C-A-D-10, C-A-D-11, C-A-E-1, C-A-Ro
Sailors: M-T-11, M-T-27, M-T-45a, M-T-48, M-T-48a, M-F-72, M-R-14, M-L-17, M-L-31, M-L-47, M-L-47a
Scott, Winfield: FP-GW-149, FP-AL-188, FP-AL-198, FP-WS, C-A-D-1, C-A-D-5, C-A-D-8, C-A-D-10, C-A-D-11, C-A-D-16, C-A-D-24, C-A-D-30a, C-A-D-37, C-A-D-37a, C-A-D-40a, C-A-D-41, C-A-D-42, C-A-D-45, C-A-D-48, C-A-R-31, C-A-R-42, C-A-R-48, C-A-Ro-3, C-A-O-30, C-A-O-37, C-B-1, C-B-42, C-B-53, C-B-56a, C-BL-64, C-O-53, C-P-B-10, C-P-G-5, C-P-G-8, C-P-J-3, C-P-J-6, C-P-J-27, C-P-J-50, C-P-J-53, C-P-J-59, C-P-L-2a, C-P-M-6, C-P-M-7, C-P-S-15a, C-P-S-21a, C-P-S-24, C-P-T-1, C-P-T-28, C-P-T-43, C-P-T-56, C-P-W-1, F-SI-155, F-ST-123b, O-M-12
Secession: FP-AL-64a, PM-80, PNM-3, PNM-117, SC-NB-79, ST-25-35, C-A-D-4, C-A-D-5, C-A-H-1, C-A-H-3a, C-A-H-6, C-A-H-31a, C-A-H-36, C-A-H-41a, C-A-R-6, C-A-R-7, C-A-R-13, C-A-R-15, C-A-R-25, C-A-R-31, C-A-R-34, C-A-R-46, C-A-Ro-9, C-A-O-25, C-A-O-30, C-A-O-46, C-A-O-57, C-B-18, C-B-25, C-B-26, C-B-41, C-BL-5, C-BL-40, C-BL-70a, C-D-2, C-D-18, C-D-24, C-D-30, C-D-35, C-D-39, C-F-6, C-SK-3, C-SK-6, C-SK-17, C-SK-18, C-SK-19, C-O-44, C-P-A-23, C-P-A-34, C-P-G-17, C-P-J-36, C-P-O-5, C-P-P-5, C-P-S-3, C-P-S-14, C-P-S-17, C-P-S-17b, C-P-S-20, C-P-T-16, C-P-T-17, C-P-T-22a, C-P-T-34, C-P-T-41, C-P-T-43, C-P-T-56, C-P-T-60, C-P-U-2, C-P-U-11, C-P-V-2, E-R-145, F-O-35, F-SI-72, F-F-119, O-M-9, O-S-43 1776: FP-GW-71, FP-GM-102, SC-MB-63, C-P-V-3, F-T-31, M-T-82, F-SI-51, O-M-28, CF-O-3
Seward, William: FP-AL-188, FP-AL-198
Shields: FP-GW-137, FP-GW-165, FP-AL-64a, FP-WS-8a, FP-WS-71, FP-GM-73, FP-EE-4, FP-EE-54, FP-EE-67, FP-EE-67a, FP-JF-10, PNM-1, SC-NW-26, C-B-51, C-B-52, C-P-W-12, E-L-6, E-L-11, E-L-130, E-L-132, E-L-153, E-L-158, E-L-162, E-L-166, E-L-168, E-L-177, E-L-231, E-L-265, E-L-276, E-L-277, E-L-unlisted, E-R-8, E-R-18, E-R-31, E-R-99, E-R-102, E-R-103, E-R-105, E-R-106, E-R-118, E-R-131, E-R-132, E-R-145, E-R-154, E-R-171, E-R-214, E-R-244, E-R-unlisted-2, F-T-31, F-T-59, F-T-64, F-R-269, F-R-269, F-R-273, F-R-274, M-F-72, M-L-55, F-P-7, F-SI-1, F-SI-2, F- SI-4, F-SI-5, F-SI-7, F-SI-9, F-SI-16, F-SI-18, F-SI-20, F-SI-21, F-SI-29, F-SI-31, F-SI-32, F-SI-35, F-SI-37, F-SI-40, F-SI-81, F-SI-106, F-SI-110, F-SI-114, F-SI-152, F-ST-6, F-ST-10, F-ST-14, F-ST-37a, F-ST-56, F-ST-83, F-ST-unlisted, F-F-2, F-F-53, F-F-54, F-F-56, F-F-61, F-F-62, F-F-66, F-F-67, F-F-68, F-F-83, F-F-85, F-F-201, F-F-205, F-F-253a, F-F-261, O-S, CF-FL-2, CF-FL-8, CF-P-1, Misc-1, Misc-5
Sigel, Franz: PM-242
Skulls: C-SK, C-A-R-43, C-A-O-27, C-A-O-28, C-A-O-50, C-A-O-56, C-A-O-57, C-BL-55, C-F-2, C-F-6, C-F-10. C-F-15, C-SH-4, C-SH-6, C-O-53, C-P-A-21, C-P-J-47, C-P-J-51, C-P-R-6, C-P-S-3, C-P-T-1, C-P-T-47a, C-P-T-48, C-P-T-60, F-F-119, Slavery: C-D-30, C-O-7, C-P-C-16, C-P-J-13, C-P-J-47, C-P-N-1
Slavery: C-D-30, C-O-7, C-P-C-16, C-P-J-13, C-P-J-47, C-P-N-1
Smith, Caleb B.: FP-AL-188
Snakes: FP-GW-158, C-A-R-12, C-A-R-13, C-A-R-15, C-A-R-18, C-A-R-19, C-A-R-21, C-A-R-23, C-A-R-25, C-A-R-26a, C-A-R-26b, C-A-R-33, C-A-R-39, C-A-R-42, C-A-R-43, C-A-R-44, C-B-29, C-B-51, C-B-52, C-B-58, C-D-21, C-SK-3, C-SK-23, C-O-15, C-P-O-14, C-P-U-11, C-P-W-12, E-L-7, E-L-162, E-L-204, E-L-219a, E-L-223, E-L-226, E-R-103, E-R-210, E-R-211, E-R-296, F-F-194, F-F-197, F-F-199, F-F-209, CF-FL-10, CF-FL-11, CF-FL-12, CF-O-3
Soldiers: C-A-O-63, C-B-57, C-D-19, C-D-44, C-P-A-31, C-P-A-39, C-P-B-3a , C-P-C-7, C-P-C-9, C-P-D-8, C-P-D-10a, C-P-F-1, C-P-F-4, C-P-F-8, C-P-F-9, C-P-G-9a, C-P-J-19a, C-P-J-30, C-P-J-60, C-P-L-3, C-P-L-4, C-P-N-4, C-P-O-13, C-P-O-14, C-P-P-1, C-P-R-1, C-P-R-1a, C-P-S-24, C-P-T-10-12, C-P-T-16, C-P-T-17, C-P-T-19, C-P-T-20, C-P-T-22a, C-P-T-23, C-P-T-61, M-A, M-T-5a, M-T-6, M-T-11, M-T-28, M-T-60, M-T-82, M-R-17, M-R-25, M-R-34, M-R-54, M-R-60, M-R-63, M-R-70, M-R-72, M-L-10, M-L-28, CF-M
Stars: FP-GW-24, FP-AL-142, C-BL-23, E-L-265, F-T-64, F-R-35, O-ST
Stephens, Alexander H.: C-A-H-42, C-BL-64, C-P-W-12, F-O-35, CF-FL-13
Stringham, Silas: PM-275
Treason: C-A-H-12, C-D-2, C-D-7, C-D-19, C-D-30, C-O-15, C-P-A-28c, C-P-A-29, E-L-219a, E-R-268, F-L-62, M-L-34, F-SI-150, F-F-253a
Turtles: C-A-R-1, C-A-R-3, C-A-R-48
Uncle Sam: C-A-R-13, C-A-R-15, C-A-R-42, C-A-R-44, C-A-R-46, C-A-O-7, C-A-O-60, C-B-12, C-B-19, C-B-49, C-B-57, C-B-58, C-BL-55, C-D-24, C-F-23, C-F-24, C-P-A-26, C-P-A-27, C-P-A-28c, C-P-A-29, C-P-G-8, C-P-I-8, C-P-T-27, C-P-T-33, C-P-T-41, C-P-U-6, C-P-U-11, C-P-W-13, C-P-W-15, O-M-7-18
Warren, Joseph: FP-EE-8, FP-EE-74
Washington, George: FP-GW; C-BL-60, M-T-82, M-R-42, M-R-44, M-R-53, M-R-55, F-ST-27, F-F-159, F-F-159d, O-M-15
Washington, Martha: PNM-115
Washington, D. C.: C-P-V-3, SC-DC, C-A-D-24, C-A-D-26, C-A-D-30a-48, C-A-Ro-7, C-A-O-26, C-A-O-27, C-A-O-28, C-B-14, C-B-42, C-B-48, C-B-53, C-B-56a, C-O-10, C-O-43, C-P-A-5, C-P-B-6, C-P-C-19b, C-P-H-1, C-P-J-10, C-P-J-19a, C-P-J-21, C-P-J-43, C-P-S-12a, C-P-T-7, C-P-T-14, C-P-T-34, C-P-U-13, C-P-W-12, M-F-30, M-R-99, F-F-261, O-M-7
Webster, Daniel: PNM-117, F-SI-72
Wells, Gideon: FP-AL-188
Whiskey: C-A-R-43, C-D-34, C-SK-17, C-SK-23, C-O-1, C-P-A-4, C-P-A-21, C-P-B-2, C-P-J-42, C-P-T-23, C-P-W-13, C-P-W-15
Wigfall, Louis T.: C-A-R-48, C-P-O-2, C-P-W-4, C-P-W-8, C-P-W-10, C-P-W-16
Wise, Henry A.: C-A-R-48, C-P-A-11, C-P-B-8, C-P-T-27, C-P-T-47a, C-P-T-48
Wool, John: PM-268
Zouaves: FP-EE17, FP-EE-18, FP-EE-71, C-A-R-1, C-A-R-3, C-P-A-23, C-P-J-19a, C-P-P-2, C-P-T-11, C-P-T-16, C-P-T-17, M-A-23a, M-A-48, M-A-49, M-A-51, M-R-60, M-R-63, M-R-70, M-R-72, M-R-90, M-L-95

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Civil War Patriotic Covers, Massachusetts Historical Society.

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Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889--Caricatures and cartoons.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Caricatures and cartoons.

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Covers (Philately).
Flags--Pictorial works.
Secession--Pictorial works.
Confederate States of America--Caricatures and cartoons.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--African Americans.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Caricatures and cartoons.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Pictorial works.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Women--Pictorial works.