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Photo, Print, Drawing Das erlöste Ulm wie es nach zwey-Jähriger Dienstbarkeit durch die Kayserl. und Hohe Alliirte Waffen von ihrm Joch An. 1704 den 11. Septembr. befreyet worden. Rescued Ulm, how it was liberated after two years of bondage from its yoke by the imperial and grand alliance weapons on September 11, 1704

[ digital file from b&w film copy neg. ]

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Title

  • Das erlöste Ulm wie es nach zwey-Jähriger Dienstbarkeit durch die Kayserl. und Hohe Alliirte Waffen von ihrm Joch An. 1704 den 11. Septembr. befreyet worden.

Other Title

  • Rescued Ulm, how it was liberated after two years of bondage from its yoke by the imperial and grand alliance weapons on September 11, 1704

Summary

  • Birds-eye view print shows the troops surrounding the city of Ulm, Germany on the banks of the Danube. The city was retaken by imperial and grand alliance troops on September 11, 1704 after being under Bavarian and French control for two years.

Names

  • Schmid, Albrecht, approximately 1667-1744, printer
  • Hauslab, Franz, 1798-1883, DLC, collector

Created / Published

  • Augspurg [Augsburg] : Bey Albrecht Schmid, Formschneider und Brieffmahler, den Laden auf Barfüsser Bruck, [1704].

Contents

  • (from key caption): 1. Die Stadt Ulm [The city of Ulm] -- 2. Der Donau-Fluss [The Danube river] -- 3. Der Iller Fluss [The Iller river] -- 4. Batteri beym Schiess-Hauss [Battery near the shooting house] -- 5. Batteri beym Ziegel-Stadel auff Lauss-Eck gericht [Battery near the brickworks aimed toward the Lausseck "Lice corner"]-- 6. Batteri gegen das Glöckler und Neue Thor [Battery against the bell tower and new gate] -- 7. Das Closter Seeslingen, alwo das Haupt-Quartier gewesen [The Seeslingen Cloister where the main headquarters were located] -- 8. Die Blaue [The Blaue river] -- 9. Circumvalations-Linien [Line of fortifications].

Headings

  • -  Spanish Succession, War of, 1701-1714--Campaigns--Germany--Pictorial works
  • -  Ulm (Germany)--1700-1710
  • -  Campaigns & battles--Germany--Ulm--1700-1710
  • -  Cities & towns--Germany--Ulm--1700-1710
  • -  Forts & fortifications--Germany--1700-1710
  • -  Military personnel--1700-1710

Headings

  • Bird's-eye view prints--1700-1710.
  • Engravings--German--1700-1710.

Genre

  • Bird's-eye view prints--1700-1710
  • Engravings--German--1700-1710

Notes

  • -  Title from caption above image.
  • -  Lengthy German text in two columns below image. Key to details (labeled 1-9) in three columns between image and text. Verse of four lines at end of second column of text.
  • -  Reference copy in LOT 4601, no. 175.
  • -  Illustration in: Hauslab Album, plate 175.
  • -  Original album; Purchase; 1950.
  • -  Formerly: PR13 CN1950:R01. Originals were housed in blind-tooled morocco album 11 x 17 in. Original binding in P&P Suppl. Archives.

Medium

  • 1 print : engraving ; sheet 39 x 28 cm on card mount 61 x 51 cm

Call Number/Physical Location

  • LOT 14117, no. 175 (H) [P&P]

Repository

  • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print

Digital Id

  • cph 3b18784 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3b18784

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2016646784

Reproduction Number

  • LC-USZ62-71400 (b&w film copy neg.)

Rights Advisory

  • No known restrictions on publication.

Online Format

  • image

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  • Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-71400 (b&w film copy neg.)
  • Call Number: LOT 14117, no. 175 (H) [P&P]
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Schmid, Albrecht, Approximately , Printer, and Franz Hauslab. Das erlöste Ulm wie es nach zwey-Jähriger Dienstbarkeit durch die Kayserl. und Hohe Alliirte Waffen von ihrm Joch An.den 11. Septembr. befreyet worden. Ulm Germany, 1704. [Augspurg Augsburg: Bey Albrecht Schmid, Formschneider und Brieffmahler, den Laden auf Barfüsser Bruck] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2016646784/.

APA citation style:

Schmid, A. & Hauslab, F. (1704) Das erlöste Ulm wie es nach zwey-Jähriger Dienstbarkeit durch die Kayserl. und Hohe Alliirte Waffen von ihrm Joch An.den 11. Septembr. befreyet worden. Ulm Germany, 1704. [Augspurg Augsburg: Bey Albrecht Schmid, Formschneider und Brieffmahler, den Laden auf Barfüsser Bruck] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2016646784/.

MLA citation style:

Schmid, Albrecht, Approximately , Printer, and Franz Hauslab. Das erlöste Ulm wie es nach zwey-Jähriger Dienstbarkeit durch die Kayserl. und Hohe Alliirte Waffen von ihrm Joch An.den 11. Septembr. befreyet worden. [Augspurg Augsburg: Bey Albrecht Schmid, Formschneider und Brieffmahler, den Laden auf Barfüsser Bruck] Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2016646784/>.