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    • A Gold Medal

    • Dedications; Anniversaries
    • Etching features a two-sided coin commemorating the Battle of New Orleans, Louisiana, 1815. Obverse shows General Andrew Jackson in profile and uniform. Reverse shows Lady Liberty instructing an angel to write a resolution commemorating the event....
    • Andrew Jackson Postage Stamp

    • Postage stamps
    • A pen and ink drawing of the 1861 postage stamp honoring Andrew Jackson. The authentic stamp is surrounded by the drawing. The caption reads: "Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of the U.S.A.,1829-1837. Postage Stamp with Portrait of Andrew Jackson...
    • Andrew Jackson, Sr., Grave

    • Graves; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Monuments & memorials
    • Grave of Andrew Jackson, Sr., in the old Waxhaw Cemetery, Lancaster County, South Carolina. The inscription of the monument reads: "Here lies buried Andrew Jackson Sr., Father of the President of the United States. Born in Ireland; Died February...
    • Andrew Jackson's private coach

    • Carriages & coaches; Stagecoaches
    • This etching shows the private coach of Andrew Jackson as it appeared to Bernardt Wall on his visit to the Hermitage Farm, as he called the property. The door, to the coach, is open and the steps are down. This drawing was made available through...
    • Baltimore City Assembly Room and Library

    • Banquet halls; Banquets; Private libraries; Awards
    • A pen and ink drawing of the Baltimore City Assembly Room. Shows a large two-story Georgian building. On the roof is an American flag. The caption reads: "City Assembly Room and Library, Baltimore, Md., where a banquet was given Andrew Jackson,...
    • Bell Tavern

    • Taverns (Inns)
    • Etching features side and front views of the Bell Tavern that was located in Lynchburg, Virginia, during the time of Andrew Jackson. The original inspiration image is credited to the Collection of Jones Memorial Library.
    • Bernhardt Wall, Etcher

    • Horses; Cowboys
    • This small print of a man on a horse (with the words, "Bernhardt Wall, Etcher," underneath it) serves as the signature page or insignia of Bernhardt Wall, the artist who created this book of Andrew Jackson prints.
    • Capitol, Washington D.C.

    • Legislative bodies; Politics & government; Capitols; Government facilities; Rotundas
    • A pen and ink drawing of the United States Capitol building in Washington D.C. The drawing shows both houses of Congress and the rotunda before the dome was built. The caption reads: "The Capitol, Washington D.C. where Andrew Jackson sat as U.S....
    • City Hotel, New York

    • Celebrations; Balls (Parties); Hotels; Streets
    • Etching of the City Hotel, New York, where a grand ball was given for General Jackson on February 22, 1819. This item is a part of the New York Historical Society collections.
    • Following Andrew Jackson

    • Title pages
    • The title pages of a series of sketches dealing with Andrew Jackson. Drawing is entitled "Following Andrew Jackson, 1767-1845," and shows the image of the famous equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson. The artist's name and date are also given.
    • Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    • Universities & colleges; Educational facilities; Lecture halls
    • This etching presents the front of some of the college buildings at Harvard University at the time Jackson was honored in 1833. The Wall name appears at the bottom of the drawing with the date 1937; Wall signed below the etching. The inspiration...
    • Hermitage

    • Log cabins
    • A simple log cabin is depicted. According to the text, the home is The Hermitage of Andrew Jackson, built in 1804. The print was inspired by an image from the collection of the Ladies' Hermitage Association in Nashville, Tennessee.
    • Hermitage Church

    • Churches; Presbyterian churches; Religious facilities; Religious dwellings
    • A pen and ink drawing of the Hermitage Church. Shows a one-room building with double doors used to separate the sexes. A chimney is set between the two front doors. A man stands in front of the entrance.
    • Independence Hall

    • Capitols; Government facilities
    • The image is of a reddish hue and pictures Independence Hall in Philadelphia. The text indicates that this is where Andrew Jackson represented Tennessee from 1796 to 1798 as Congressman and Senator. The print was inspired by an image from the...
    • Jackson Dedication Page

    • Dedications; State seals
    • A dedicatory page to Herbert Godwin. The drawing shows the state seals of both Tennessee and Texas. The dedication states: "To Herbert Godwin Esq., Tennessee by Birth, Texan by Adoption. A Public Spirited Citizen and Lover of the Arts."

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