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Viewing: Currier & Ives

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Image of Darktown Fire Brigade.  The Chief, on Duty.  "Lite up dem hose dar___yous heah me!" - Currier & Ives

Darktown Fire Brigade. The Chief, on Duty. "Lite up dem hose dar___yous heah me!" - Currier & Ives

Caricature issued as part of the "Darktown comics" series. Published by Currier & Ives. Copyright 1885, by Currier & Ives, N.Y. 115 Nassau St. New York

Image of Horse car sports going to a chicken show. All Flush. - Currier & Ives

Horse car sports going to a chicken show. All Flush. - Currier & Ives

Nine black "sports" ride a horse-drawn "Darktown Fifth Av. Line" to a chicken fight.

Image of John Bull makes a discovery - Currier & Ives

John Bull makes a discovery - Currier & Ives

Murrell attributes to Currier & Ives, p. 223. Weitenkampf, p. 133 Reilly establishes date in entry 1961-40, but states that print probably appeared in late 1862 or early 1863. Currier & Ives: a catalogue raisonne (Gale, 1983), no. 3517 listed as undated. Formed part of the 'Alternate Views: Perspectives of the American Civil War’ 2013 exhibit at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum.

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The battle of Booneville, or the great Missouri "Lyon" Hunt - Currier & Ives

Published by Currier & Ives. A jubilant Northern portrayal of the rout of Missouri secessionist governor Claiborne F. Jackson and Gen. Sterling Price at Booneville on June 17, 1861. Here a lion with the head of Union commander Nathaniel Lyon chases Jackson (center) and Price toward the right. Jackson, wearing a woman's skirt and bonnet, cries to Price, "Let out! General, let out! he's getting close to us." "Oh Govner Jackson I'm trying all I can to hold in," responds Price, as he clutches his stomach and rump. Commentary by Library of Congress.