Photo, Print, Drawing Mending the family kettle color film copy transparency
About this Item
- Mending the family kettle
- Andrew Johnson holds a leaking kettle, labeled "The Reconstructed South", towards a woman representing liberty and Columbia, carrying a baby representing the newly approved 14th Constitutional Amendment.
- Created / Published
- Subject Headings
- - Johnson, Andrew,--1808-1875
- - Kettles--1860-1870
- - Columbia (Symbolic character)--1860-1870
- - Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
- Format Headings
- Editorial cartoons--1860-1870.
- Periodical illustrations--1860-1870.
- Wood engravings--1860-1870.
- - Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 22, no. 559 (1866 June 16), p. 208.
- 1 print : wood engraving.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- Illus. in AP2.L52 1866 (Case Y) [P&P]
- Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
- Digital Id
- cph 3g09374 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3g09374
- Library of Congress Control Number
- Reproduction Number
- LC-USZC4-9374 (color film copy transparency)
- Rights Advisory
- No known restrictions on publication.
- Online Format
- 1 print : wood engraving. | Andrew Johnson holds a leaking kettle, labeled "The Reconstructed South", towards a woman representing liberty and Columbia, carrying a baby representing the newly approved 14th Constitutional Amendment.
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- Reproduction Number: LC-USZC4-9374 (color film copy transparency)
- Call Number: Illus. in AP2.L52 1866 (Case Y) [P&P]
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Mending the Family Kettle. , 1866. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2001696151/.
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(1866) Mending the Family Kettle. , 1866. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2001696151/.
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Mending the Family Kettle. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2001696151/>.
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