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A black and white portrait of General Grant surrounded by battle scenes and the names of his battles.
A black and white portrait of Grant surrounded by scenes from Ft. Donelson, the Battle of Vicksburg, Lee's Surrender, and the Wh
A black and white portrait of Grant.
A songbook for Decoration Day and Memorial Service containing 19 songs.
A songbook for Decoration Day and Memorial Service containing 21 songs.
Black and white cover with For Piano under the title.
Black and white cover with Song of the Sons of Monroe under the title.
Black and white illustration of General Grant in his dress military uniform. Lists other songs about Grant on the cover as well
Black and white portrait of General Grant with the title 'Lieut. Genl. U.S. Grant's Grand March' above the picture.
Black and white portrait of General Grant.
Blue-tinted cover with an eagle and banner with the song's title. A small portrait of Grant is at the bottom.
Color illustration of Union and Confederate soldiers battling on field. List of other available titles on left side.
Grant, in a single horse-drawn carriage, meets a carpet-bagger holding a Post-Office reccomendation. The Carpet-bagger says: 'I
Harper's Weekly cover depicting a dying Grant consulting with four doctors: Dr. Douglas, Dr. Shrady, Dr. Sands, and Dr. Barker.
Harper's Weekly cover of Grant, as the Chief of the US Police, rescuing Lady Liberty from the ruins of Wall Street.
Harper's Weekly cover of Grant, depicted as a Bulldog, is chained to the steps of the Treasury building by the law, a sign above
Harper's Weekly cover of Grant, seated outside of the US Senate, reaching for a newspaper which reads 'Shepherd Rejected by the
Harper's Weekly cover of Grant, standing in full dress uniform, with long beard.
Harper's Weekly cover of Grant, weighed down by the problems of his administration (including Santo Domingo, the Financial Crisi
Harper's Weekly drawing (page 745) of Grant accepting a sword labeled 'The Lost Cause' from a confederate soldier as Grant holds
Harper's Weekly drawing of Grant on grand stand in front of large crowd. Sign on footbridge reads: 'Hail to the Chief who in tr
Harper's Weekly drawings of Generals Burnside and Lee and of the War Steamer 'Minnesota.'
Johnny Bull's youngster want to see you about canada: Cuba's cried her eyes out, and the Injuns are raising-whoop out west. I'm
Portrait of Grant with lists of the names of his battles to each side.
Vanity Fair drawing of Grant, seated in a rocking chair, smoking a cigar.