Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Tippecanoe, the Hero of North Bend – Six Patriotic Ballads, Respectfully Dedicated to the Tippecanoe Associations, Partly Written and Arranged by a Member of the Fifth Ward Club (Sheet music cover)

After Charles Lewis (American, active New York 1840)
Nathaniel Currier (American, Roxbury, Massachusetts 1813–1888 New York)
Thomas Birch (American, London 1779–1851 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Joseph Fairfield Atwill (New York, NY)
William Henry Harrison (American, 1773–1841)
Published in:
New York
Sheet: 13 1/8 × 9 13/16 in. (33.4 × 25 cm)
Credit Line:
Gift of Albert Ten Eyck Gardner, 1950
Accession Number:
Not on view
A sheet music cover centered on a portrait of William Henry Harrison.
Signature: below image in stone at left and right: "Chas. Lewis Del. / N. Currier's Lith., N.Y.

Inscription: in stone at bottom of sheet: "Published...A.D. 1840 by Thomas Birch...New York"; stamped at bottom: "New-York: Published by Atwill: 201 Broadway"
Albert Ten Eyck Gardner; Donor: Albert Ten Eyck Gardner
[not in Currier & Ives catalogue raisonnés]
Harry T. Peters Currier & Ives, Printmakers to the American People. 2 vols., Garden City, NY, 1931, not in this catalogue raisonné.

Related Objects

View of New York from Brooklyn Heights

Artist: Frances Flora Bond Palmer (American (born England), Leicester 1812–1876 New York) Date: 1849 Medium: Hand-colored lithograph Accession: 1974.673.42 On view in:Not on view

Nocturne (Nocturne: The Thames at Battersea)

Artist: James McNeill Whistler (American, Lowell, Massachusetts 1834–1903 London) Date: 1878 Medium: Lithotint with scraping, on a prepared half-tint ground, second state of two (Chicago), printed in soft gray-black ink on pale blue laid chine mounted on ivory wove plate paper Accession: 17.3.159 On view in:Not on view

Collier's Weekly: Remington in Cuba, March

Artist: Frederic Remington (American, Canton, New York 1861–1909 Ridgefield, Connecticut) Date: 1899 Medium: Color lithograph Accession: 44.36.1 On view in:Gallery 773

Pony Tracks

Artist: Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York) Date: 1895 Medium: Color lithograph Accession: 1988.1068.13 On view in:Gallery 773

The Chinese Junk "Keying"–Captain Kellett–As she appeared in New York harbour July 13th, 1847–212 days from Canton.–720 tons burthen

Artist: Lithographed and published by Nathaniel Currier (American, Roxbury, Massachusetts 1813–1888 New York) Date: 1847 Medium: Lithograph; uncolored Accession: 54.90.784 On view in:Not on view