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Out of Town (published in Harper's Weekly, August 12, 1871)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1871 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.69
Who Stole the People's Money?
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: n.d.
Medium: Woodblock
Accession Number: 46.49.16
The Pride of the West, Our First Number – The Illustrated Chicago News – Blowing Our Own Trumpet (originally published ca. 1868)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.34
House Hunting (originally published probably in Hearth and Home, 1868–1869)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.39
Prometheus Bound (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: March 2, 1867
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 33.35.21
A Cavalry Attack (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: May 30, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.4(19)
General Sherman's Rear Guard (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: April 2, 1864
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.6(11)
Reveille in Camp – 5 a.m. (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: July 11, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.5(3)
Harper & Brothers' List of Books for Schools & Colleges for 1872, with an appendix of Nast's Illustrated Almanac for 1872
Published by Harper & Brothers
(American, New York)
Date: 1872
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 33.35.298
Historic Examples of Southern Chivalry, Illustrated by Thomas Nast – Dedicated to Jeff Davis (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: February 7, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.4(11)
Thou art the Brightest Jewel in My Crown
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.23
The First of April, 1864 (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: April 2, 1864
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.6(12)
Westward the Star of Empire Takes Its Way (originally published Illustrated Chicago News, 1868 (?))
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.33
The Union Christmas Dinner (published in Harper's Weekly, December 31,1864)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1864 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.29
St. Valentine's Day – Building Castles in the Air (originally published Harper's Bazar, February 26, 1870)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.48
The Life of a Spy – In Nine Tableaux (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: October 24, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.5(10)
Our Safe Guard – "Nor Shall Any State Deprive Any Person of Life, Liberty & Property" (U.S. Constitution)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.139
4 Photographs of Thomas Nast
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: mid 19th–19th century
Medium: Photograph
Accession Number: 33.35.288–.291
A Group of Union Prisoners Escorted Through a Rebel Town (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: June 13, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.4(20)
A Battle as Seen by the Reserve (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: December 27, 1862
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.3(13)
President Abraham Lincoln and the Little Drummer Boy (published in Harper's Weekly, April 27, 1867)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1867 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.30
Christmas Eve, 1862 (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: January 3, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.4(8)
The Army of the Potomac – Drawing Rations (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: August 22, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.5(7)
The Campaign in Virginia – On to Richmond (published in Harper's Weekly, June 18, 1864)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1864 (?)
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.7
Put Yourself in His Place (originally published Harper's Bazar, August 27, 1870)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Medium: Relief print and electrotype
Accession Number: 33.35.52
Untitled
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1860–1902
Medium: Drawing on wood block
Accession Number: 1653(3)
Amphitheater Johnsonianum – Massacre of the Innocents at New Orleans (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: July 3, 1866
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 28.111.2(8)
Reproduction of a photograph of Thomas Nast
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: mid 19th–19th century
Medium: Photomechanical reproduction
Accession Number: 33.35.292
Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac – Drawn by Mr. Thomas Nast (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: October 10, 1863
Medium: Wood engraving
Accession Number: 29.88.5(9)
Out of Town (published in Harper's Weekly, August 12, 1871)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1871 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.69
Who Stole the People's Money?
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: n.d.
Accession Number: 46.49.16
The Pride of the West, Our First Number – The Illustrated Chicago News – Blowing Our Own Trumpet (originally published ca. 1868)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.34
House Hunting (originally published probably in Hearth and Home, 1868–1869)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Accession Number: 33.35.39
Prometheus Bound (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: March 2, 1867
Accession Number: 33.35.21
A Cavalry Attack (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: May 30, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.4(19)
General Sherman's Rear Guard (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: April 2, 1864
Accession Number: 29.88.6(11)
Reveille in Camp – 5 a.m. (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: July 11, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.5(3)
Harper & Brothers' List of Books for Schools & Colleges for 1872, with an appendix of Nast's Illustrated Almanac for 1872
Published by Harper & Brothers
(American, New York)
Date: 1872
Accession Number: 33.35.298
Historic Examples of Southern Chivalry, Illustrated by Thomas Nast – Dedicated to Jeff Davis (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: February 7, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.4(11)
Thou art the Brightest Jewel in My Crown
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.23
The First of April, 1864 (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: April 2, 1864
Accession Number: 29.88.6(12)
Westward the Star of Empire Takes Its Way (originally published Illustrated Chicago News, 1868 (?))
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–95
Accession Number: 33.35.33
The Union Christmas Dinner (published in Harper's Weekly, December 31,1864)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1864 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.29
St. Valentine's Day – Building Castles in the Air (originally published Harper's Bazar, February 26, 1870)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Accession Number: 33.35.48
The Life of a Spy – In Nine Tableaux (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: October 24, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.5(10)
Our Safe Guard – "Nor Shall Any State Deprive Any Person of Life, Liberty & Property" (U.S. Constitution)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Accession Number: 33.35.139
4 Photographs of Thomas Nast
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: mid 19th–19th century
Accession Number: 33.35.288–.291
A Group of Union Prisoners Escorted Through a Rebel Town (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: June 13, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.4(20)
A Battle as Seen by the Reserve (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: December 27, 1862
Accession Number: 29.88.3(13)
President Abraham Lincoln and the Little Drummer Boy (published in Harper's Weekly, April 27, 1867)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1867 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.30
Christmas Eve, 1862 (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: January 3, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.4(8)
The Army of the Potomac – Drawing Rations (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: August 22, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.5(7)
The Campaign in Virginia – On to Richmond (published in Harper's Weekly, June 18, 1864)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1864 (?)
Accession Number: 33.35.7
Put Yourself in His Place (originally published Harper's Bazar, August 27, 1870)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: reprinted 1880–1900
Accession Number: 33.35.52
Untitled
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: 1860–1902
Accession Number: 1653(3)
Amphitheater Johnsonianum – Massacre of the Innocents at New Orleans (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: July 3, 1866
Accession Number: 28.111.2(8)
Reproduction of a photograph of Thomas Nast
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: mid 19th–19th century
Accession Number: 33.35.292
Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac – Drawn by Mr. Thomas Nast (from Harper's Weekly)
Thomas Nast
(American (born Germany), Landau 1840–1902 Guayaquil)
Date: October 10, 1863
Accession Number: 29.88.5(9)

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