Archbishop John Carroll

...e, John Carroll of Baltimore: Founder of the American Catholic Hierarchy, (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1955), 11. [2] Ibid., 14. [3] John Gilmary Shea, Life and Times of the Most rev. John Carroll, Bishop and First Archbishop of Baltimore, (New York, John Shea, 1888), 33 & 38. [4] Melville,

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Packard, Butler and Partridge Lithograph Collection

...yland, Maine, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin, and a few from Canada, mainly Montreal. Almost nothing is known about why the company chose to specialize in church lithographs or how they solicited business or performed the execution of the

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Redpath’s Illustrated Weekly: a rare find

...st American newspapers concerning Ireland, in July 1882 Redpath bought the New York based newspaper McGee’s Illustrated Weekly from its publisher, Maurice Francis Egan and determined to make it a vehicle to support land reform in Ireland and promote Irish independence. July 15, 1882 issue of McGee's Illustrated Weekly noting

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Pope

...2 Nast contrasts Henry Clay with presidential candidate and founder of the New-York Tribune Horace Greeley. Greeley was the nominee for both Liberal Republican and the Democratic Parties for the 1972 election. As a major supporter of President Grant, Thomas Nast connected Greeley to Tammany Hall to depict him as

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