The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution, v. 2 (Chapters 12-13) [graphic]

The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution, v. 2 (Chapters 12-13) [graphic]
Emmet, Thomas Addis, 1828-1919.
ca. 1777-1890.
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Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. (NN)NYPG95-F274.
  • 1 drawing : pen & ink; 18.9 x 15.4 cm.
  • 78 prints : etching, engraving, mezzotint, lithograph, wood engraving, some col. ;
  • Portraits – United States – 18th century.
  • Portraits – United States – 19th century.
  • Prints – United States – 19th century.
  • Printmakers include William Birch, H.B. Hall, Charles Hullmandel and H. Meyer. Draughtsman is David McNeely Stauffer.
  • Title from title page of extra-illustrated volume.
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Cite As (note)
  • Emmet Collection.
Indexes/Finding Aids (note)
  • Finding aid available.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution in Emmet Collection of Manuscripts Etc. Relating to American History.
  • EM5818. [Allegorical figure with view of Brandywine Battlefield] -- EM5819. Samuel Carpenter, Member of the Provincial Council, 1687 to 1714 -- EM5821. John Cadwalader, Brig. Gen. / H.B. Hall -- EM5823. New Market, in South Second Street, Philadelphia / W. Birch & Son -- EM5824. Bank of Pennsylvania, South Second Street, Philadelphia -- EM5827. High Street, from Ninth Street, Philadelphia -- EM5828. Wharton House -- EM5829. Williamina Smith -- EM5832. Captain Deleval -- EM5834. The Right Honble. Lord Viscount Cathcart / Henry Meyer -- EM5836. Mrs. Henry Philips (Sophia Chew) -- EM5838. B. Genl. Wynyard Coldstream Regt. of Guards / W. Whiston Barney -- EM5841. Bank of the United States in Third Street, Philadelphia / W. Birch & Son -- EM5842. La vache a lait, représente le commerce de la Grande Bretagne... -- EM5843. Peter S. Duponceau L.L.D. / MR -- EM5846. Robert R. Livingston L.L.D. -- EM5847. Upper Ferry Bridge and Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia / Fenner Sears & Co. -- EM5848. Grays Ferry (on the Schuylkill) / J.W. Steel -- EM5849. Old Lutheran Church, in Fifth Street Philadelphia / W. Birch & Son.
  • EM5850. High Street Market Philadelphia / W. Birch & Son -- EM5851. Library and Surgeon's Hall, in Fifth Street Philadelphia / W. Birch & Son -- EM5852. New Lutheran Church, in Fourth Street, Philadelphia / W. Birch & Son -- EM5853. Arch Street, with the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia / W. Birch & Son -- EM5854. Genl. Knyphausen's trick of buttering his bread with his thumb; according to Philadelphia tradition of the British occupation of 1777 / DMS -- EM5855. Benjamin Franklin -- EM5858. Sarah Bache -- EM5860. Arch Street Ferry, Philadelphia -- EM5863. [Unidentified] / H.B. Hall -- EM5866. [Joseph Read] / B.L. Prevost -- EM5867. Richard Bache -- EM5869. Robert Morris -- EM5870. Paestorius House - Germantown / D.McN.S, -- EM5872. Benjamin Chew Nat. 1722 - Ob. 1810 Chief Justice of Pennsylvania / Albert Rosenthal -- EM5877. General Sir Thomas Musgrave / Henry Richard Cook -- EM5880. Maj. Gen. Peter Muhlenberg / H.B. Hall -- EM5882. The Hon. Lieutt. General Sir John Hope, K.B. / J. Vendramini -- EM5883. Brig. Gen. William Irvine / H.B. Hall -- EM5888. Le Comte de Ségur / C. Hullmandel -- EM5891. Le Duc de Choiseul Ministre et Secretaire d'Etat / Voyez le Jeune -- EM5893. [Lafayette] -- EM5895. Washington / Delaistre -- EM5896. Brig. Gen. Enoch Poor / H.B. Hall -- EM5899. Isaac Norris his House at Fairhill -- EM5900. View of the Sweeds Ford near Norristown / Hewitt -- EM5901. Gilbert Charles Stuart / A.B. Durand -- EM5902. A. Hamilton.
  • EM5905. [Washington visiting the sick at Valley Forge] -- EM5909. Genl. Wilkinson -- EM5911. The Old Court-House at York -- EM5912. Philip Livingston II, Signer of the Declaration of Independence -- EM5913. Richard Peters -- EM5915. Lieut. Col. Robert H. Harrison Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Washington / Albert Rosenthal -- EM5917. Gen. John Cadwalader -- EM5919. Steuben / K. Huber -- EM5920. Francis Dana Member of the Continental Congress -- EM5922. Gouv. Morris / W.G. Jackman -- EM5929. [Louis XVI] / Newton -- EM5933. The Right Honourable William Pitt Esq.... / [Houston] -- EM5934. Death of the Earl of Chatham / F.F. Walker -- EM5936. The Right Honble. Richd. Grenvile, Earl Temple -- EM5938. Adam Ferguson, L.L.D. / J.B. Lane -- EM5941. [Sir George Saville] -- EM5942. Frederick Earl of Carlisle, K.G. / H. Meyer -- EM5944. William Lord Auckland / C. Picart -- EM5948. [Mr. Graeme of Graeme Park] -- EM5949. [Mrs. Ferguson] -- EM5951. [Mrs. Graeme of Graeme Park] -- EM5953. George Johnston Esq. -- EM5954. Brig. Gen. Joseph Reed / H.B. Hall -- EM5956. G. Washington / H.B. Hall -- EM5957. Genl. Charles Scott / H.B. Hall -- EM5960. Gen. Phil. Dickenson -- EM5962. The Battle of Monmouth, New Jersey, on June 28, 1778 -- EM5965. Eleazer Oswald Lieut. Colonel of the Revolutionary War Nat. 1755 - Ob. 1795 / Albert RJosenthal -- EM5971. Alexander Hamilton / H.B. Hall -- EM5972. Genl. Ramsay -- EM5974. Washington at Monmouth / G.R. Hall.
  • EM5977. Washington in 1775 The Period of his Taking Command of the Army -- EM5981. Charles Cravieu Comte de Vergennes -- EM5982. Captain Asgill.
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Emmet, Thomas Addis, 1828-1919. Collector
The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution, v. 2 (Chapters 12-13) [graphic]
ca. 1777-1890.
Restricted Access
Restricted access; Print Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Portraits of individuals, events and sites associated with the American Revolution, including the Battle of Brandywine and the Battle of Monmouth.
Cite As:
Emmet Collection.
Linking Entry
Forms part of Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution in Emmet Collection of Manuscripts Etc. Relating to American History.
Finding aid available.
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Added Author
Birch, William Russell, 1755-1834. Engraver
Hall, Henry Bryan, 1808-1884. Engraver
Hullmandel, Charles Joseph, 1789-1850.
Meyer, Henry Hoppner, 1783-1847.
Emmet Collection.
Found In:
Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. (NN)NYPG95-F274.
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