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Library Co. of Phila.
“Liberty Displaying the Arts and Sciences” (1792)
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by Samuel Jennings (c.1755-after 1834), oil painting, 1792.
Painted specifically for The Library Company of Philadelphia, this detailed scene shows Liberty supporting books useful to practical and intellectual pursuits. More important is the broken chain at her feet, a symbol of the abolition of slavery.
William B. Dixey, Plumber, gas & steam fitter, Home heating and plumbing service, 3826 Market St., tradecard, ca. 1870s
The Great Republican Reform Party, Calling on their Candidates (New York: Currier & Ives, 1856)
Risky Business: Winning and Losing in the Early American Economy, 1780-1850: Catalogue of an Exhibition Drawn from the Collections of The Library Company of Philadelphia
Made in America: Printmaking, 1760-1860
Intellectual Heritage of the Constitution Era: The Delegates’ Library
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