Monuments & Memorials; Basilicas; Popes; Domes; Latin cross-plan buildings; Plazas
William Strickland's watercolor sketch of the Basilica of St. Peter, Rome. Strickland gives handwritten descriptions and dimensions of the building porticoes. He describes the dome as being "decidedly ugly."
The illustration on page 27 is identified as Figure 12. It is a line drawing illustrating the manner in which Viet-Cong (VC) villages were typically fortified. Labeled on the illustration include the following: tunnels, a booby trap, a man trap, a...
Strickland's watercolor sketch of the Temple of Jupiter Stator. The sketch includes the ruins of the temple as well as the remains of archaeological excavations. The ruins are surrounded by Medieval buildings. A goat enters the excavation area.
Strickland's watercolor drawing of the Tomb (Pyramid) of Caius Cestius, showing the pyramid in the foreground. Also shown are the Roman walls, and the Porta San Paolo gates. Also in the foreground is the Protestant Cemetery. Strickland provides...
J. W. Hooker was in the 177th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. This note was written from HQ 177, O.V.I., by Lt. Col. W. H. Zimmeron to Capt. I. N. Rogers. The note excuses him from all duties "for two towers" for cleanliness.
Franklin Courthouse, showing a trolley sitting outside and a water tower to the right. The Confederate Monument, featuring a soldier standing on a tall stone pedestal, can be seen on the right side of the image.