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Lithograph of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. This lithograph is different than the others. It does not have the decorative border of the others and the title is arranged differently and in a different typeface. It may be from another series of the…

Lithograph of Jesus Christ being nailed to the cross.

Lithographs of Roman soldiers removing Jesus Christ's robes.

Lithograph of Jesus Christ falling for the third time while carrying his cross.

Lithograph of Jesus Christ consoling the women of Jerusalem.

Lithograph of Jesus Christ falling for the second time while carrying his cross.

Lithograph of Jesus meeting St. Veronica while carrying his cross.

Lithograph of Simon of Cyrene carrying the cross of Jesus Christ.

Lithograph of Jesus Christ meeting his mother Mary Magdelene while carrying his cross.

Lithograph of Jesus Christ falling while carrying his cross.

Lithograph of Jesus Christ carrying his cross.

Lithograph of Jesus Christ and Roman soldiers before Pontius Pilate.

Scrapbook containing 16 hand-colored lithographs by Nathaniel Currier. Fourteen are of the Stations of the Cross published in 1847. One is of St. Ferdinand the King with no date and one is of Christ Restoring sight to the blind from 1846. Titles of…

Hand-painted piece with a proclamation in the center addressed to Archbishop Ryan. A portrait of Ryan appears at the top and the text is surrounded by hand-painted pictures of scenes from Ireland, most pertaining to the area around Thurles. There are…

Color lithograph of a bird's eye view of the buildings of the Great Central Fair in Philadelphia, with the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul on the left hand side. Printed below lithograph: "Drawn from Nature & on Stone by James Queen. Printed in all…

Lithograph with small cameo portraits of the hierarchy of the Catholic Church in the United States, with a cameo portrait of Pope Pius IX at the top. At the bottom is printed "Euntes Ergo Docete Omnes Gentes" ("Go Forth and Teach All Nations").…

The portrait of Pius IX is set within the text of the Bull of Excommunication addressed to all those participating in revolutionary activities within the Romagna or in activities to usurp the lands of the Romagna. Printed at bottom of portrait:…

Reproduction of bust portrait of John Boyle O'Reilly. Signature on the portrait reads "J. B. Troy. 1890". Printed below portrait: "Copyright 1890, by Lawrence Thomas Plunkett. Published by Boylston M'f'g Co., Boston, Mass."

Color lithograph. In the center an allegorical figure appearing to be liberty gestures at Irish House of Parliament which has a large crowd and a banner reading "Home Rule" in front of it. Along the top are portraits of Irish National leaders…

Print with a map of Ireland and small portraits of Irish political leaders. At the top is an exterior view of the Irish House of Parliament. In the center is Parnell's New National Map of Ireland. Along the top are portraits of Irish national leaders…

Engraving with scenes from the life of Mary. At the top are the words "Salve Maria", and at the bottom are the opening sentences of the "Hail Mary". Printed below engraving: "Designed and engraved by Edward Charles Keatinge". Printed below title:…

Bust portrait of Pope Pius IX. Printed below engraving: "Copyright 1877 by Oscar Marshall, 697 Broadway, New York. All rights reserved. Painted and engraved by Wm. E. Marshall."

Portrait of Rev. Thomas N. Burke, seated. Appears to be a lithograph of a painting by G. A. Klucken. Klucken's signature appears in the bottom right hand corner of the portrait. Published by Patrick Donahoe, Boston, Mass. Lithograph by Chas. H.…

This allegorical print, intended for an American Catholic audience, illustrates the official church response to the First Vatican Council of 1869-70, which decreed that the Pope is infallible. In the center of the image, St. Peter's Basilica rests on…

Color print celebrating 50 years of education in the Archdiocese of New York. In the center is Jesus surrounded by children and flanked by banners, one of which is inscribed with "Suffer little children to come unto me" and the other, "and forbid…

Family tree repurposed for the American Catholic Historical Society. On the branches are listed the names of the officers of the A.C.H.S. Inscription at bottom says "Executed with a pen by L. Kinsman, Vineland, New Jersey".

Simple line map showing locations of Catholic churches and chapels in Pennsylvania as of 1850. Does not list names. Creator unknown. Undated.

Simple line map showing names, founding dates, and locations of Catholic churches and chapels in Pennsylvania as of 1800. Creator unknown. Undated.

Lithograph print of bird's-eye view of Philadelphia. Printed below lithograph: "[Dr]awn from nature and on stone by J. Bachmann. Lith. of Sarony & Major, 117, Fulton St. N.Y." Printed below title: "Published by [J.] Bachmann, 116 Greenwich St. New…

Print (drawing of the Catholic Protectory buildings overlaid with cut out of group photograph) of the Catholic Protectory Fife & Drum Band, Arlington, NJ. Published by New York Process Publishing Co.

Emblematic print illustrating the celestial city (Holy Jerusalem), floating above earth, surrounded by scenes of everyday life. The numbers and letters around the image refer to an explanatory key, which PAHRC does not possess. (Source: The British…

An oval in the center illustrates an ordination ceremony. It is surrounded by smaller pictures illustrating the functions of a priest. At the bottom there appears to be an imperial coronation with the Pope crowning the new emperor. Printed below…

At the top of the engraving is a triptych showing the Crucifixion flanked by the Nativity and the Ascension. Below is a portrait image of Pius IX flanked by Jesus, Mary, Martin Spalding and John McCloskey. Below that are portraits of the heirarchy of…

At the top of the engraving is a triptych showing the Crucifixion flanked by the Nativity and the Ascension. Below is a portrait image of Pius IX flanked by Jesus, Mary, Martin Spalding and John McCloskey. Below that are portraits of the heirarchy of…

Lithograph portrait of Bishop James F. Wood. Printed below portrait: "Published by Wm. Smith, Print Seller, 702 South 3rd St., Phila Pa. Drawn on Stone by Magee." Printed below title: "T. S. Wagner's Lith. Philadelphia."

Autographed lithograph portrait of Bishop John N. Neumann. Printed below portrait: "P. S. Duval & Son Phila. lith." Printed below lithograph: "Published by P. H. McCawley, New York."; "Ch. Inger, lith." Dated 1861.

Printed below title: "In Memory of the Revd. Daniel Sheridan of St. Michael's Church, who departed this life on the 17th day of July 1856, and of the Revd. John Loughran, Pastor of Immaculate Conception, Mauch Chunk, who died on the 24th day of June…

Seated portrait of Bishop Thomas McGovern. Inscription on back states that it may be from "The Catholic Heirarchy of the United States" (1888). Writing in pencil on recto has been erased. Title taken from verso. Engraver unknown.

Bust portrait of Archbishop John Hughes. Printed below portrait: "Eng'd by T. Doney"; "New York. Published by D. & J. Sadlier & Co."

Print depicting the ceremonial funeral procession in honor of Daniel O'Connel (d. May 1847) organized by the Irish of New York City. The image shows the procession winding in an S-shape from the upper right hand corner to the lower left hand corner…

Color lithograph portrait of Pope Benedict XV. Printed in bottom left corner: "Copyrighted 1914 by Muller, Luchsinger & Co. New York." Print is numbered No. 665.

Drawing of photograph of Baltimore heirarchy standing on what appears to be the steps of the Cathedral at Baltimore. Clipping from Harper's Weekly, November 17, 1866. Signed "W. Jewett" in drawing. Photograph by Bendann Brothers, Fifth Avenue, New…

Lithograph of Conshohocken Cottonade Mills. Lithographer's mark appears in bottom right corner.

Portrait lithograph of Pope Pius IX. Printed by Thomas Hunter, 716 Filbert Street, Philadelphia. Title devised by cataloger.

Color lithograph portrait of Pope Pius IX. Published by P.S. Duval & Son, Phila.

Drawing of the chalice used at the Statio Orbis of the 41st International Eucharistic Congress in Philadelphia in 1976. Drawing is signed by metalsmith Albert Paley, who also made the chalice. Title taken from verso.

Lithograph portrait of Charles Constantine Pise, a priest in Washington, D.C. Signed "S. H. Gimber, Sc., N.Y." (i.e., lithographer and engraver Stephen Henry Gimber).

Color lithograph portrait of Captain Thomas Francis Meagher. Signed bottom left: "E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, 245 Main St., Hartford, CT." Signed bottom right: "Geo. Whiting, 37 Fulton St. New York".

Print of portraits of the first five Archbishops of Baltimore, Maryland: John Carroll, Leonard Neale, Ambrose Marechal, James Whitfield, and Samuel Eccleston. Printed at bottom of item: "Published by John [name missing], Chambersburg, Pa" (could…

Print of parade with spectators lining the street. Published by Haasis & Lubrecht, Publishers, 107 Liberty St., New York. Printed by F. Heppenheimer & Co., 22 & 24 N. William St., N.Y.
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