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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…

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Print showing all of the members of the Catholic Heirarchy in the United States. Appears to be a collage of full-length portrait photographs and prints of individual clergy combined into one print. Background is a print of a large room with an altar,…

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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…

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Colored lithograph depicting the death of Irish statesman Daniel O'Connell in Genoa, Italy on May 15, 1847. Printed below lithograph: "Lith. & Pub. by J. Baillie, 87th St. near 3d Avenue NY". Copyrighted by J. Baillie and dated 1847.

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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…

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Engraving of portrait of Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore, MD (1877-1921). Printed below engraving: "Copyrighted. Baltimore News."

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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…

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Lithograph of pastor of St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, NY. Printed below lithograph: "Printed by J. T. Bowen." Printed below title: "Painted and Drawn on Stone by M. C. O'Connor, Philadelphia".

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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…

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Lithograph of a painting of Maurice D'Aussac de St. Palais, Bishop of Vincennes (later Indianapolis), Indiana. Printed below portrait: "CH Vogt Lith. 1852."; "Peint par Darjou, Paris, 1851." Original painting by Alfred-Henri Darjou (1851); lithograph…

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Print showing 11 members of the clergy of the Catholic Diocese of Indianapolis. Includes a small image of St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Vincennes, in 1838. Possibly the bottom half of a larger print. Printed by Carlon & Hollenbeck.

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Portrait lithograph of Archbishop James Wood of Philadelphia. Published by Case & Atkins.

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Print of drawing of Father Damien de Veuster by Edward Clifford. Dated 1868.

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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…

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Print of the apparition at Knock, County Mayo, Ireland, as seen on August 21, 1879. Remainder of title reads: "Many miraculous cures have been effected there since the above occurence. This view was taken on the spot by W. Collins. And submitted to,…

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Large portrait engraving of John Boyle O'Reilly (1844-1890). Engraver's mark in lower right corner reads "Connelly-Co. S[-], N.Y."

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Print of unidentified man. Creator's signature in bottom right hand corner reads "P. B. Conway". Undated.

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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…

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ and Roman soldiers before Pontius Pilate.

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ carrying his cross.

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ falling while carrying his cross.

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

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

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

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

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ consoling the women of Jerusalem.

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

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Lithographs of Roman soldiers removing Jesus Christ's robes.

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ being nailed to the cross.

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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…

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ being brough down from the cross.

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ being placed in the tomb.

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Lithograph of St. Ferdinand the King (i.e., Ferdinand III of Castile).

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Lithograph of Jesus Christ healing the blind.

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Diagrams of D'Orlic's plantation of Ouanaminthe
and the D'Orlic-Caillou plantation.

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Engraving of a sketch of Pope Pius IX with Papal Seal in upper right hand corner. Signed "O. Starlz[??]" [signature illegible] in lower left corner. Published by Patrick Donahoe, Boston.

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Engraving of portrait of Archbishop John Hughes of New York, NY (1850-1864). Printed below engraving: "Engd. by T. Doney"; "New York, Published by D. & J. Sadlier & Co."

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

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Lithograph portrait of Francis Patrick Kenrick. Printed below lithograph: "Published and for sale by J. R. Downing, 139 South 8th St. and T. Colman, 1440 North 2d St., Phila."

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

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Colored lithograph portrait of Archbishop John Hughes of New York, NY (1850-1864). Appears to be a memorial lithograph done after his death. Printed below lithograph: "E. B. & E. C. Kellogg, 245 Main St., Hartford, CT."; "Phelps & Watson, 18 Beekman…

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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".

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Map of Washington, D.C. by surveyor Andrew Ellicott. Below title: "Engrav'd by Thackara & Vallance, Philada. 1792."

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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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Print of sketch of the Sixth Provincial Council of Baltimore, May 1846. Printed below drawing: "Sketched by Mr. Franquinet" (i.e., W. Franquinet?). Published by John Murphy.

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Color rendering of the apparition of Our Lady of Knock. Published by Gay Bros. & Co.

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Colored lithograph portrait of Cardinal John McCloskey, First Cardinal of New York (born 1810; ordained 1834; consecrated 1844; died 1885). Printed below lithograph: "Copyrighted by G. F. Gilman, 18[?]" Text below title reads: "[Ta]ken from life in…

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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).

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Portrait lithograph of Bishop Flaget of Bardstown, KY (1833-1841); later Bishop of Louisville (1841-1850). Signed by H. Grevedon and dated 1839. Printed to bottom right of portrait: "Im. de Lemercier, Bernard et C."

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Oval portrait lithograph of Right Reverend Joseph Guigues, Bishop of Bytown, C.W. [i.e., Ontario, Canada]. Signed by L. Grozelier. Printed below portrait: "Published by P. H. McCawley, Kingston, C.W."; "L. Grozelier Lith. Boston."; "Printed at J.…
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