• Rebel prisoners at Camp Douglas, Chicago Illinois

    Williams, True (artist), Harper & Brothers (publisher)

    Rebel prisoners at Camp Douglas in Chicago, Illinois, 1862. Published in Harper's Weekly, April 5, 1862, page 215.

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  • Chicago

    Palmatary, J. T. (James T.) (artist), Inger, Charles (artist), Charles Sonne (publisher)

    Bird's eye view of Chicago providing a map of city streets and buildings as viewed from above the lake. Perspective map; scale varies. Oriented with north to right. Indexed for points of interest. Dra…

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  • The Echo : Chicago's humorous and artistic fortnightly

    Bradley, Will, 1868-1962 (artist), Inland Printer Co. Press (publisher)

    Color poster advertising the Echo, a biweekly magazine, depicting 2 women walking among the plants.

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  • This registers the amount of your purchase

    Carqueville, William L., 1871-1946 (artist)

    National Cash Register Company promotional poster, circa 1900. Depicting a woman shopping and a male store clark operating a cash register.

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  • The Chap-Book

    Bradley, Will, 1868-1962 (artist), Stone & Kimball (publisher)

    Color poster for the Chap-Book, with 2 women in red dress.

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  • Lippincott's for January

    Carqueville, William L., 1871-1946 (artist), J.B. Lippincott Co. (publisher)

    Color poster advertising Lippincott's Monthly magazine for January, 1895. Depicting a woman holding a January issue.

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  • The Modern Poster

    Bradley, Will, 1868-1962 (artist), Charles Scribner's Sons (publisher)

    Color poster print of the Modern Poster, 1895, depicting peacock in blue and green background.

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  • Living Posters

    Hazenplug, Frank, 1873-1931 (artist), Stone & Kimball (publisher)

    Poster designed by Frank Hazenplug for a benefit for an Association of Visiting Nurses in Chicago, Illinois, 1895.

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  • The Chap-Book

    Hazenplug, Frank, 1873-1931 (artist), Stone & Kimball (publisher)

    Color poster advertising the Chap-Book depicting a woman in a black dress, designed by Frank Hazenplug, Chicago, Illinois, April 1896.

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  • Aero Show, Cicero Field of the Aero Club of Illinois

    Aero Club of Illinois (creator), Central Printing & Engraving Co. (printer)

    Color poster advertising Aero Show at Cicero Field, organized by the Aero Club of Illinois in 1912. Depicting flying airplanes in the background of rising sun.

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  • The Inland Printer, Christmas 1895

    Bradley, Will, 1868-1962 (artist), Stone & Kimball (publisher)

    Front cover of the Inland Printer, Christmas issue, vol. 16, no. 3, 1895, depicting 2 women.

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  • The Chap-Book

    Bird, Elisha Brown, 1867-1943 (artist), Stone & Kimball (publisher)

    Color poster for the Chap-Book, depicting three crowns reading a book.

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  • The Inland Printer, June

    Leyendecker, J. C. (Joseph Christian), 1874-1951 (artist), Inland Printer Co. (publisher)

    Original print for the Inland Printer June 1897 edition, depicting a woman kissing a rose.

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  • The Inland Printer, September 1909

    Hake, Otto Eugene, 1876-1965 (artist), Inland Printer Co. (publisher)

    Front cover of The Inland Printer, September 1909, vol. 43, no.6, depicting men working on a printing press.

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  • The fire escape

    Kellogg & Bulkeley (publisher)

    Lithograph titled the Fire Escape. Illustration features a group of women and children trying to escape a burning building during the Chicago Fire of 1871. It reads: An incident of the Chicago Fire. A…

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  • Interior view of the great Auditorium Building Chicago, Ill. : during Republican Convention, June, 1888

    Sy Hughes Lithographing Company (lithographer)

    Interior view of the Auditorium Building during the 1888 Republican National Convention, Chicago, Illinois.

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  • Turner Brass Works, Chicago

    Giannini, Orlando, 1860-1928 (artist), Photo Engraving Co.(printer)

    Poster for the Turner Brass Works in chicago, depicting a female figure rotating on a trapeze.

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  • Illinois - the opening of the magnificent Auditorium Building in Chicago, December 9th - some of the allegorical figures of the prospectum arch

    Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (publisher), Chapin, Will E. (artist)

    Engraving of the audience at the season opening of the Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, December 9, 1889. Published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 21, 1889. From sketches by W…

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  • International : November

    Carqueville, William L., 1871-1946 (artist), J.B. Lippincott Co. (publisher)

    Color poster for International magazine, depicting a football player carrying a football.

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  • The Chap-Book

    Hazenplug, Frank, 1873-1931 (artist), Stone & Kimball (publisher)

    Color poster for the Chap-Book depicting a woman in a red dress, designed by Frank Hazenplug, November 1895.

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