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Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 99-106

National Portrait Gallery. Office of Exhibitions

Exhibition Records, 1974-1976

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: National Portrait Gallery. Office of Exhibitions
Title: Exhibition Records
Dates: 1974-1976
Quantity: 3.5 cu. ft. (3 record storage boxes) (1 document box)
Collection: Accession 99-106
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This accession consists of exhibition records pertaining to "The Dye is Now Cast: The Road to American Independence," an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery from April 19-November 16, 1975. Materials include photographs, loan agreements, correspondence, memoranda, notes, scripts, labels, and reports.

Descriptive Entry

This accession consists of exhibition records pertaining to The Dye is Now Cast: The Road to American Independence, an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) from April 19-November 16, 1975. Materials include photographs, loan agreements, correspondence, memoranda, notes, scripts, labels, and reports.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 99-106, National Portrait Gallery. Office of Exhibitions, Exhibition Records

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Container List

Box 1

General Files

General

Box 1 of 4

Registrar's Files

Box 1 of 4

Loan Status Reports

Box 1 of 4

Labels and Script

Box 1 of 4

Picture Labels

Box 1 of 4

Catalog

Box 1 of 4

Education Department Package

Box 1 of 4

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES)

Box 1 of 4

Photographs

Box 1 of 4

Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission (Yorktown)

Box 1 of 4

NPG - Continental Congress - New York Graphic

Box 1 of 4

Press

Box 1 of 4

Individual Object Files in Script Number Order

1. Letter from George III to Lord North, September 11, 1774

Box 1 of 4

2. Letter from Abigail Adams to Mercy Otis Warren, February 3, 1775 - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 1 of 4

3. Boston Port Bill - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 1 of 4

4. Peter Oliver, William Williams, 1781 - Miss Susan L. Oliver

Box 1 of 4

5. Frederick North, 2nd Earl of Guilford, J. S. Copley - Boston Atheneum

Box 1 of 4

6. The Bostonians in Distress, attrib. To P. Dawe

Box 1 of 4

7. The Able Doctor, or American Swallowing the Bitter Drought, 1774

Box 1 of 4

8. I Plan of the City and Environ of Philadelphia . . . 1777 - Map Division, Library of Congress

Box 1 of 4

9 and 10. I North Elevation of Carpenters' Hall . . ., 1786 - Carpenters' Company Library

Box 1 of 4

11. I Instructions for the Deputies...General Congress on the Part of the Colony, 1774 - Library of Congress

Box 1 of 4

12. Call for a meeting to nominate delegates to the convention...Chester, Pennsylvania 8/15/1774 - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 1 of 4

13. Peyton Randolph, John Wollaston - Collection of Virginia Historical Society

Box 1 of 4

14. Charles Thomson by William Rush - American Philosophical Society

Box 1 of 4

15. Jacob Duche, Sir Thomas Duche - Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Box 1 of 4

16. Jacob Duche, The Duty of Standing Fast in our Spiritual and Temporal Liberties . . . 1775, Phil - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 1 of 4

17. Joseph Warren, Att. Samuel Okey, c. 1765 - Mrs. Henry Bosch

Box 1 of 4

18. Joseph Warren, broadside . . . Suffolk, Tuesday the 6th of September . . . - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 1 of 4

19. Samuel Adams, Samuel Okey, 1775 - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 1 of 4

20. Joseph Galloway. A Candid Examination of Mutual Claims of . . . 1775 - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 1 of 4

21. James Duane, Robert E. Pine, 1785 - James D. Ireland

Box 1 of 4

22. Edward Rutledge, Att. James Earl

Box 1 of 4

23. Letter from CC to Gage, October 10, 1774 - Clements

Box 1 of 4

24. Edmund Pendleton, William Mercer - Virginia Historical Society

Box 1 of 4

25. Roger Sherman by Ralph Earl - Yale (not in exhibition)

Box 1 of 4

Box 2

26. John Adams

Box 2 of 4

27. Sullivan, John

Box 2 of 4

28. Declaration of Rights and Grievances - National Archives

Box 2 of 4

29. Broadside. The association entered into by the American Continental Congress

Box 2 of 4

30. Thomas Johnson, C. W. Peale, 1772. - Massachusetts Historical Society, on deposit from the C. Burr Artz Library

Box 2 of 4

31. Association of Freemen of Maryland, August 14, 1775

Box 2 of 4

32. Thomas Mifflin, Gilbert Stuart - Mr. Lammot du Pont Copeland

Box 2 of 4

33. I Handbill, 9/22/1774, requesting merchants not to order from Great Britain - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

34. The Patriotic Barber of New York - New York Public Library (NYPL)/N-YHS

Box 2 of 4

35. The alternative Williamsburg, February 1775 - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

36. A Society of Patriotic Ladies at Edenton - Metropolitan

Box 2 of 4

37. An Address to New England: by a Daughter of Liberty, 1774 - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 2 of 4

38. Richard Henry Lee, C. W. Peale, c. 1795-1805 - NPG, Smithsonian

Box 2 of 4

39. Petition of the Congress to the people of England - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

40. John Jay, Gilbert Stuart, 1783/1784

Box 2 of 4

41. A letter to the inhabitants of . . . Quebec - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

42. Patrick Henry, Lawrence Sully - Carnegie Institute Museum of Art

Box 2 of 4

43. Petition of the Congress to the King - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

44. Samuel Seabury, Thomas S. Duche, Jr. - Trinity College, Hartford

Box 2 of 4

45. The Congress Canvassed. New York, Rivington November 28, 1774 - American Antiquarian Society

Box 2 of 4

46. Samuel Seabury. Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the C. C. - American Antiquarian Society

Box 2 of 4

47. A View of the controversy between Gt. Britain and her colonies. December 24,1774 - American Antiquarian Society

Box 2 of 4

48. An Alarm to the Legislature of the Province of New York . . . January 17, 1775 - American Antiquarian Society

Box 2 of 4

49. The Origin of the American Contest with Great-Britain - Library Company of Phildelphia

Box 2 of 4

50. Myles Cooper, J. S. Copley, 1776 - Columbia University

Box 2 of 4

51. Myles Copper. The American Querist - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

52. A Friendly Address to all Reasonable Americans - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

53. Alexander Hamilton, Giuseppe Cerracchi, c. 1794 marble - NPG, Smithsonian

Box 2 of 4

54. A Full Vindication of the Measures of Congress from the Calumnies of . . . 1774

Box 2 of 4

55. The Farmer Refuted...New York, 1775

Box 2 of 4

56. Journal of the Proceedings of the Continental Congress - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 2 of 4

57. Thomas Gage, J. S. Copley, 1768/1769 - Mr. And Mrs. Paul Mellon

Box 2 of 4

58. (REPRO) Massachusetts Spy, 1774 - American Antiquarian Society

Box 2 of 4

58. A Political Lesson by John Dixon, Mezzotint, September 7, 1774 - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

59. III Memo from Gage to his secretary 4/18/1775 advising Smith to march on Concord - Clements Lib.

Box 2 of 4

60. Pitcairn to Sandwich, March 4, 1775

Box 2 of 4

61. George III to Sandwich, July 1, 1775

Box 2 of 4

62. Engraving, Royal Welsh Fusiliers Uniforms of Infantry, 1768 - Prince Consort's Lib. Aldershot Eng.

Box 2 of 4

63. William Dawes, Jr., Att. John Johnston - Evanston Historical Museum

Box 2 of 4

64. Jonas Clarke, silhouette, reproduced in C. Hudson History of the Town of Lexington, reproduction

Box 2 of 4

65. Jonas Clark. The fate of blood-thirsty oppressors and God's tender care of his distressed people

Box 2 of 4

66-69. Lexington and Concord by Amos Doolittle (4) - Chicago Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

70. Hugh E. Percy, Duke of Northumberland, by Pompeo Battoni, b. 1776 - Duke of Northumberland

Box 2 of 4

71. William Heath, John R. Smith, engraving - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

72. Timothy Pickering, Gilbert Stuart - Mrs. Margaret R. Lyman

Box 2 of 4

73. Lexington Alarm Letter - William H. Guthman

Box 2 of 4

74. Alexander McDougall manuscript describing arrival of news of the Battle of Lexington

Box 2 of 4

75. Broadside, Baltimore, April 26, 1775 giving news of Lexington and Concord - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

NO SCRIPT# A Plan of the Town and Harbour of Boston, engraving, 1775

Box 2 of 4

76. Bloody Butchery - The Scheide Library, Princeton

Box 2 of 4

77. Coat, British 49th Regiment of Foot, circa 1775 - National Army Museum, England

Box 2 of 4

78. An enlistment broadside dated May 4, 1775 - William H. Guthman

Box 2 of 4

79. You are hereby empowered immediately to enlist a Company, to consist of . . . Broadside - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

80. Broadside. Mass Prov Congress call for enlistment - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

81. Benjamin Church. A Narrative of the excursion and Ravages of the King Troops . . . - American Antiquarian Society

Box 2 of 4

82. Benjamin Church letter - Dreer Coll, HSP

Box 2 of 4

83. IV The Address of Liberty, to the Buckskins of Pennsylvania re: reconvening of Congress - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 2 of 4

84. Hancock, John by J. S. Copley

Box 2 of 4

85. Thomas Willling, Gilbert Stuart, c. 1795 - Mrs. Arnold B. Chance

Box 2 of 4

86. James Wilson, Jean Elouis, watercolor on ivory, c. 1795 - National Collection of Fine Arts (NCFA)

Box 2 of 4

87. James Wilson. Considerations on the Narrative and the extent of the Legislative . . . - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

88. Robert Treat Plane, E. Savage & John Coles, Jr. - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

89. Fort Ticonderoga "View of the old French Ft. Redoubts and Batteries" - Collection of Ft. Ticonderoga

Box 2 of 4

90. Silas Deane, C. W. Peale, 1776, miniature - Connecticut Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

91. Benedict Arnold, Provost, after DuSimitiere, engraving, c. 1779 - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Box 2 of 4

92. Allen's Narrative . . . of 1779

Box 2 of 4

93. Compass belonging to Ethan Allen - Ft. Ticonderoga

Box 2 of 4

94. Blunderbuss given by Allen to Arnold - Ft. Ticonderoga

Box 2 of 4

95. Powder Horn: "Lieut. John Brown, 1776/En le petit place dan sub liberatr quieten" - Ft. Ticond. Mus.

Box 2 of 4

96. George Washington by Charles Wilson Peale

Box 2 of 4

97. Washington's acceptance of his post - National Archives

Box 2 of 4

98. George Washington trunk - Mount Vernon

Box 2 of 4

99. Leather pack bag - Mount Vernon

Box 2 of 4

100. The Manual Exercise as Ordered by His Majesty in 1764 - Boston Atheneum

Box 2 of 4

101. Horatio Gates, att. James Peale - Collection of Maryland Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

102. Philip Schuyler, John Trumbull, 1792 - New-York Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

103. Joseph Reed, C. M. Peale, 1785 - Mrs. Henry Hope Reed

Box 2 of 4

104. Proclamation of Martial Law in Boston From Thomas Gage - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

105. Broadside. Boston, 1775. Permit together with his family to pass . . . - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

106. Manuscript copy of the resolution of the Committee of safety - Boston Public Library

Box 2 of 4

107. Artemas Ward, Raphaelle Peale - General Artemas Ward Museum

Box 2 of 4

108. Ward's letter accepting his commission June 30, 1775 - National Archives

Box 2 of 4

109. Howe, William

Box 2 of 4

110. Israel Putman, John Trumbull, 1790, pencil on paper - Wadsworth Atheneum

Box 2 of 4

111. Putnam to Hancock, April 4, 76 requesting money for troops - National Archives

Box 2 of 4

112. A plan of the Fort on Bunker Hill from a Genuine detail of several... - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

113. Death of Joseph Warren at Bunker Hill by J. Trumbull - Wadsworth Atheneum

Box 2 of 4

114. Grenadier's hat said to have been worn by a British soldier killed at Bunkers' Hill - Rhode Island Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

115. British Brown Bess (Museum of History and Technology)

Box 2 of 4

NO SCRIPT #: Committee of Safety musket (Not in exhibition)

Box 2 of 4

116. Bunker's Hill or America's Head dress - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

117. Revolutionary War drum - Guthman Collection

Box 2 of 4

118. British officer's brass gorget - Gutham Collection

Box 2 of 4

119. Pair of Revolutionary officer's epaulets - Guthman Collection

Box 2 of 4

120. British officer's document box - Guthman Collection

Box 2 of 4

121. Broadside, Boston, 26 June 1775 Brit account of Bunker Hill - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

122. Benjamin Harrison, miniature - Virginia Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

123. William Floyd by R. Earl - Independence National Historical Park

Box 2 of 4

124. Joseph Hewes, C. W. Peale, 1776 - U.S. Naval Academy Museum

Box 2 of 4

125. Philip Livingston, Thomas McIlworth, 1764/1766 - Long Island Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

126. Christopher Gadsden, Rembrandt Peale, 1795-1797 - City of Charleston, Soouth Carolina loan ext

Box 2 of 4

127. Mecklenburg Resolutions

Box 2 of 4

128. John Dickinson, Provost, after Simitiere, engraving, c. 1779 - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Box 2 of 4

129. A Declaration by the . . . United Colonies causes/necessity of taking up arms - Maryland Historical Society

Box 2 of 4

130. The Olive-Branch Petition

Box 2 of 4

131. Address to the Soldiers, broadside, published in London, 1775 - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

132. George III by Benjamin West

Box 2 of 4

133. George III to Sandwich January 11, 1776

Box 2 of 4

134. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham by Richard Brompton, 1772 - NPG, London

Box 2 of 4

135. William Pitt Speech of January - Watkinson Library Trinity College

Box 2 of 4

136. Benjamin Franklin, Jean-Baptiste Nini, after T. Walpole - NPG, Smithsonian

Box 2 of 4

137. Franklin's Hintswith Dartmouth's annotations - William Salt Library Stafford, England

Box 2 of 4

138. Frederick Lord North by Nathaniel Dance - Earl of Guilford

Box 2 of 4

139. Burke, Edmund by James Barry - National Gallery of Ireland

Box 2 of 4

140. Edmund Burke Speech of March 22nd. American Antiquarian Society has printing

Box 2 of 4

141. Edmund Burke to Comm. of Corr June 7, 1775 - William Salt Library, Stafford

Box 2 of 4

142. Thomas Howard, 3rd Earl of Effinfham, Francesco Bartolozzi pencil - Metropolitan Museum of Art

Box 2 of 4

143. Samuel Johnson, Reynolds, 1750 - NPG, London

Box 2 of 4

144. Taxation no Tyranny, London, 1775 - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

145. John Wesley, William Hamilton, 1788 - NPG, London

Box 2 of 4

146. John Wesley. A Calm Address to our American Colonies

Box 2 of 4

147. Catherine Macauley, Jonathan Spilsbury, engraving - NPG, London

Box 2 of 4

148. Catharine Macaulay. Chelsea Derby statuette - Metropolitan

Box 2 of 4

149. Porcelain statuette of Catharine Macaulay - Dickinson College Library

Box 2 of 4

150. Catherine Macaulay, Address to the People of England, Ireland . . . on the present Important . . . London 1775 - Library of Congress

Box 2 of 4

NO SCRIPT#: George William Coventry

Box 2 of 4

151. Richard Penn, Joseph Highmore - Historical Society of Pennsylvannia

Box 2 of 4

152. William Legge - Lord Dartmouth

Box 2 of 4

153. V August 23rd proclamation of King George "A Proclamation for Suppressing . . ." - Auckland Manuscripts

Box 2 of 4

154. Handbill giving the text of George III's speech to Parliament, October 27, 1775 - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 2 of 4

155. Charles Watson Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, Reynolds - NPG, London

Box 2 of 4

156. Charles Lennox, Romney - NPG, London

Box 2 of 4

157. Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 3rd Duke of Grafton, R. E. Pine, 1776 - Duke of Grafton

Box 2 of 4

Box 3

158. Charles James Fox, Reynolds - Lady Teresa Agnew

Box 3 of 4

159. John Montagu by Joseph Highmore - NPG London

Box 3 of 4

160. George Sackville Germain, first Viscount Sackville, Romney, 1778 - L. G. Stopford Sackville

Box 3 of 4

161. Germaine's Memorandum on the Peace Commission of 1776 - Clements Library

Box 3 of 4

162. William Wildman Barrington, 2nd Viscount Barrington, W. A. Rainger, after Reynolds - NPG, London

Box 3 of 4

163. David Hartley, the Younger, Walker after Romney, mezzo, 1784 - NPG, London

Box 3 of 4

164. Abigail Smith Adams, M. Brown, 1785 - New York State Historical Society, on loan to White House

Box 3 of 4

165. Rhode Island Flag "Do Not Tread On Me"

Box 3 of 4

166. A Proclamation by his excellency the Honorable William Howe - New York Public Library, NOC

Box 3 of 4

167. Proclamation . . . March 10, 1776 "as linen and woolen goods are articles . . ." - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

168. The Yankey's return from Camp. Broadside, 1775 - American Antiquarian Society

Box 3 of 4

169. Henry Knox, NPG Smithsonian

Box 3 of 4

170. John Thomas, Benjamin Blyth, pastel - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

171. Medal commemorating the siege of Boston struck in Paris in 1786 by Pierre DuBrevier

Box 3 of 4

172. John Glover by John Trumbull

Box 3 of 4

173. Esek Hopkins mezzotint - Brown

Box 3 of 4

174. Esek Hopkins silver sword - Prof. John K. Latimer, Columbia

Box 3 of 4

175. American Naval Cutlasses (2)

Box 3 of 4

NO SCRIPT #: Alexander Frazer

Box 3 of 4

176. John Murray, Earl of Dunmore, Joshua Reynolds - Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Box 3 of 4

177. November 7 Proclamation declaring martial law and granting freedom to slaves who joined the royal . . . - University of Virginia - see BP file

Box 3 of 4

178. Map of the maritime Parts of Virginia - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 3 of 4

179. General Henry Clinton, attrib. Andrea Soldi, c. 1762 - American Museum in Britain

Box 3 of 4

180. Sir Peter Parker by V. Greene after Abbott - Metropolitan

Box 3 of 4

181. Charles Lee - NPG print

Box 3 of 4

182. William Moultrie, C. W. Peale - NPG, Smithsonian

Box 3 of 4

183. Sir Peter Parker's attack anti Fort Moultrie by James Peale - Colonial Williamsburg

Box 3 of 4

184. Sir Guy Carleton, unknown artist - Earl of Malmesbury (exten. Loan)

Box 3 of 4

185. An East View of Montreal in Canada, engraving - Public Archives of Canada

Box 3 of 4

186. Benedict Arnold, Thomas Hart, publisher, 1776 - Brown University Library

Box 3 of 4

187. Birds eye view of the Lower tower of Quebec, watercolor - Public Archives of Canada

Box 3 of 4

188. Letter from Montgomery concerning attack on Quebec, September 25, 1775 - Dreer Collection, HSP

Box 3 of 4

189. Aaron Burr, John Vanderlyn, 1809 - Yale

Box 3 of 4

190. Arnold to Montgomery, November 30, 1775 (Not in exhibition)

Box 3 of 4

191. General Montgomery, John Trumbull - Wadsworth atheneum

Box 3 of 4

192. Sword carried by R. Montgomery - Museum of History and Technology (MHT)

Box 3 of 4

193. Aux Habitants de la Province du Can - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 3 of 4

194. Daniel Morgan, C. W. Peale (attrib.) - Virginia Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

195. David Wooster - Brown University Library

Box 3 of 4

196. Thomas Paine, John W. Jarvis, 1805 - National Gallery of Art

Box 3 of 4

NO SCRIPT #: William Woodford, C. W. Peale, miniature, 1778, silkscreen reproduction

Box 3 of 4

197. Common Sense by Thomas Paine

Box 3 of 4

198. Thomas Paine's writing kit, Paine Cottage, New Rochelle

Box 3 of 4

199. Plain Truth by James Chalmers

Box 3 of 4

200. Smith, William

Box 3 of 4

201. Baron Johann de Kalb - Brown University Library

Box 3 of 4

201. (DROP) Johann De Kalb by C. W. Peale - Independence National Historic Place (not in exhibition)

Box 3 of 4

202. Charles Gravier de Vergennes - Musee de Versailles

Box 3 of 4

203. Louis XVI, Antoine F. Callet - Musee de Versailles

Box 3 of 4

NO SCRIPT #: Pierre Augustine de Beaumarchais, not in exhibition

Box 3 of 4

204. A View of Savannah by P. Fourdriner - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

205. George Walton, C. W. Peale, c. 1781 - Yale University Art Gallery

Box 3 of 4

206. Broadside: Resolutions entered into at Savannah in Georgia . . . August 10, 1774

Box 3 of 4

207. William Eden, 1st Baron Auckland, Henry Edridge, watercolor, 1809 - NPG, London

Box 3 of 4

208. Richard Earl Howe, Thomas Galborough, middle 1760's - Rt. Hon. The Earl of Howe

Box 3 of 4

209. Richard Henry Lee - NPG print

Box 3 of 4

210. Lee Resolution of Independence - National Archives

Box 3 of 4

211. George Mason, Dominic W. Boudet after Hesselius, 1811

Box 3 of 4

212. Fairfax Resolves

Box 3 of 4

213. George Mason's draft of the Virginia Declaration of Rights

Box 3 of 4

214. Carter Braxton, unknown artist, watercolor in ivory - NPG Smithsonian

Box 3 of 4

215. Braxton. An Address to the Convention of the Colony - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 3 of 4

216. Thomas Jefferson by Mather Brown

Box 3 of 4

217. Summary View of the Rights of British America. T. Jefferson - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 3 of 4

218. A N. W. View of the sate House in Philadelphia taken 1778 - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

219. Congress Voting Independence, Edward Savage, engraving - NPG

Box 3 of 4

220. William J. Stone facsimile of Declaration

Box 3 of 4

221. Pennsylvania Staatsbote, July 9, 1776 - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 3 of 4

Items Not in the Exhibition

Meeting chamber in Independence Hall (not in exhibition)

Box 3 of 4

Table top desk which TJ drafted the Declaration - MHT (not in exhibition; catalogue only)

Box 3 of 4

View of the North and South Redoubts at St. John's on the River Sorel . . . - Collection of Ft. Ticonderoga

Box 3 of 4

An Exact View of the Late Battle of Charleston, 1775

Box 3 of 4

A View of Boston taken on the road to Dorchester, engraving - NYPL

Box 3 of 4

The burning of Charleston and the Battle of Bunker Hill, drawing and watercolor - NYPL

Box 3 of 4

The Town of Falmount, Burnt by Capt. Moet . . . etching, 1781

Box 3 of 4

Independence Hall - Photo

Box 3 of 4

Two watercolors done at battle of Sullivan's Island - Gibbes

Box 3 of 4

A View of the Country around Boston taken from Beacon Hill, drawing - Massachusetts Historical Society (refused)

Box 3 of 4

The old Academy buildings at Fourth and Arch, drawing - Library Company of Philadelphia

Box 3 of 4

Engraving: Battle at Sullivan's Island (Moultrie)

Box 3 of 4

A View of Charleston, eng. - Carolina Art Assoc. Gibbes

Box 3 of 4

Cartoon - "Am. In Flames"

Box 3 of 4

The Retreat, etching, June 19, 1775 JCB has

Box 3 of 4

Mapot falmouth - Record of the destruction of the town

Box 3 of 4

Map: Chart of Boston Harbor (1775)

Box 3 of 4

Map: Ticonderoga drawn by Trumbull - 1776

Box 3 of 4

Map: Boston 1775-1776

Box 3 of 4

Map of Boston drawn from George Washington by J. Trumbull - Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Box 3 of 4

Agreement of secrecy, November 9, 1775 - National Archives

Box 3 of 4

Artemas Ward's Commission as Commander of Mass Forces

Box 3 of 4

Letter: Esek Hopkins to Nathaniel Shaw (May 1776) on Disposition of Cannon

Box 3 of 4

Letter: Amos Wadsworth to brother (June 14, 1775) on feelings just before Bunker Hill

Box 3 of 4

George Washington to Sion Mrtinage Instructions October 8, 1778

Box 3 of 4

Shukldman to Sandwich March 23, 1774

Box 3 of 4

Collins to Sandwich March 21, 1776

Box 3 of 4

Intelligence of Mr. Welsh, January 24, 1776

Box 3 of 4

VI Abigail Adams letter written by AA to John Adams June 18-20, 1775 describing battle of Bunker Hill (refused)

Box 3 of 4

Joseph Palmer's account of the Battle at Lexington - Clements Library

Box 3 of 4

Hopkins to Biddle, February 14, 1776 - Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Box 3 of 4

Letter from Roger Sherman, et al to Gov. John Trumbull - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

James Duane's resolution of October 3, 1774 - New-York Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

George Washington's commission, June 17 - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

Artemas Ward to J. Warren, May 19, 1775 - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

Vergennes memo urging secret aid to Americans

Box 3 of 4

Deposition of Capt. John Parker in Battle of Lexington, April 25, 75 - National Archives

Box 3 of 4

Jefferson's draft of the Declaration - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

Olive Branch Petition facsimile (do not use)

Box 3 of 4

Letter from J. Adams to Abigail, July 3, 1776 - Massachusetts Historical Society (refused)

Box 3 of 4

Resolutions drafted by Franklin expressing gratitude to Br friends

Box 3 of 4

Declaration of Independence made for R. H. Lee by TJ

Box 3 of 4

MSS: Copy made by Jeff for Geo Wythe of Declaration

Box 3 of 4

MSS: Jefferson's draft of Declaration - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

MSS: Copy of Declaration made by Jefferson for either Pendleton or Page

Box 3 of 4

MSS: George Mason's draft of Virginia Bill of Rights - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

MSS: Jefferson's "First Ideas" on Virginia Constitution (2 copies) - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

MSS: Copy of Declaration of Independence - Massachusetts Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

Sandwich to Graves, August 1775; 2 drafts

Box 3 of 4

J. Glover to Geo. Washington, December 3, 1775 - Library of Congress

Box 3 of 4

Pitcairn's Pistols - Lexington Historical Society

Box 3 of 4

Barrett, Amos (not in exhibit)

Box 3 of 4

Handball giving the text of the Proclamation . . . published in New York, 1775 - N-YHS

Box 3 of 4

A poem on the late distress of the Town of Boston - American Antiquarian Society (drop)

Box 3 of 4

Muster roll of a volunteer comp. of minuteman May 17, 1775 - Library of Congress (refused)

Box 3 of 4

Extract of a Letter from Philadelphia re Franklin's arrival in US, May 8, 1775 - Library of Congress (drop)

Box 3 of 4

Recruiting poster: To all brave, . . . young men . . . who have any inclination to join . . . Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Box 3 of 4

Broadside . . . appointment of Bowdoin cushing, et al delegates to C. C.

Box 3 of 4

Broadside, October 26, 1774 . . . Congress advises the militia to hold themselves . . . Boston Publir Library (BPL)/NYPL (refused)

Box 3 of 4

Broadside, December 10, 1774 asking adherence to plans of the Congress and preparation of minutemen - BPL (refused)

Box 3 of 4

Broadside. December 6, 1774 asking ministers to counsel their congregation to adhere Resolution of Congress

Box 3 of 4

Two songs of the brave Gen. Montgomery - Essex Institute

Box 3 of 4

Proclamation declaring P. Henry and outlaw, May 1775

Box 3 of 4

Essex Inst. "Good News for America . . . re Hopkins victory," April 16, 1776

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An Express Just arrived from Gen. Washington. October 24, 1775 - BPL (refused)

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"A Proclamation . . . " by the King, for suppressing Rebellion and Sedition August 23, 1775 - NYPL

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The Bloody Butchery - Essex Institute (refused)

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Broadside. Watertown, May 5, 1775. Resolution...to deny Gage any governmental authority . . . - Essex Institute (Refused)

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Bilingual broadside address by George Washington to Canadians - LC

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A Poem on the Bloody engagement that was fought on Bunker's Hill in Charleston,...N-YHS

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A serious Address to the inhabitants of the colony of New York . . . - Library of Congress/Boston Atheneum

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I Broadside, nomination of delegates to the Continental Congress, June 5, 1774

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A List of the Names of the Provincials who were killed and wounded . . . at Concord - Library of Congress (refused)

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Instructions for the enlisting of Men, broadside, June 1775 - New-York Historical Society

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Broadside: Mass. Cong. Declares support for Cont. Congress, December 5, 1775

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Broadside: Continental Congress bans export to Canada (May 17, 1794)

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Broadside: Battle of Bunker Hill - Poem

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Broadside: "Two Favorite songs made on the Evacuation of the Town of Boston, 1776

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Broadside: Acct. of Lexington and Pitts Speech in Parliament defending colonies (April 1775)

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Broadside: Non-expiration resolve issued by Mass Provincial Cong. (June 12, 1775)

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Broadside: Extract of "Rules for the Regulation of the Navy of US" (Sailors daily rations)

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Order from Gates to recruit good men of "courage and principle" July 10, 1775

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Response by the United Colonies to North's motion

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Penn. Gazette, March 13, 1776. Letter from CATO - Library of Congress

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American Magazine and Monthly Chronicle - Library of Congress

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Sir William Howe's Porderly Book

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Gadsden's copy of the Journal of the CC - College of Charleston

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Amos. Barrett. The Concord Fight; an account . . .

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Rough journal of Cont. Congress with Dunlaps Declaration of Independence - National Archives (refused)

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Arnold's journal of march to Quebec - MIT

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Stephen Hopkins. The Rights of Colonies examined. Providence 1765 - Library Company of Philadelphia

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Powder horn: Jacob Flint his horn Hillsborough AD1775. Record of service, New Hampshire Historical Society

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Powder horn: Captain Eleazer Curtis horn made at Ticonderoga

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Powder horn. Inscribed Jesse Star and engraved with a map of Boston - Metropolitan (The Gilbert Collection)

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Trade card Paul Revere and Son, Bell and Cannon Foundry - Boston Museum of Fine Arts

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Powder Horn. Amos Barrett "Carried at the Concord Battle April XIX 1775"

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Powder Horn. Ezra Beaman his horn . . . called in Dorchester . . . - Worcester Historical Society

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Money: 3 dollar- continental currency (1775); 5 dollar - New York Provincial Congress (1775)

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Mastai flags

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Moultrie flag - Mastai Collection

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Flags

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Silver mounted small sword, circa 1750, used by an American officer in the Revolution - MHT (refused)

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Ethan Allen's pistol - Winchester Repeating Arms Museum

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Charles Lee's pistols, MHT (refused)

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Weapons: Cutlass, Dirk, Bayonet

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Weapons: blunderbuss, "Brown Bess" pistol, Naval dirk

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Powder horn. Inscribed Benjamin Corey 1775/Shrewsbury - Metropolitan (The Gilbert Collection)

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Powder horn,. Rhode Island-Map of Providence drawn on it

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Vest of Joseph Warren/Faneuil - Hall, Boston

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Sign from Israel Putnam's tavern - Connecticut Historical Society

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Wooden canteen used by John Paulding - MHT, Military History (refused)

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Hat worn by Col. Jonathan Pettibone - MHT, Military History (refused)

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Baron de Kalb's saddle - MHT, Division of Military History (refused)

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Revolutionary period drum - MHT, Division of Military Hist

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Washington's mess kit - MHT (refused)

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Spy glass and case of George Washington - MHT, Division of Military History (refused)

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Drawing Plans: HMS "Canceaux"

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"The Hannah" ship model - Naval Historical Foundation

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George III coat of arms - Rick Wilson, Ltd.

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Arms of George III - Bostonian Society

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Andirons - David Stockwell

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Philadelphia first Troop Flag (refused)

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Rosenberg and Stiebel

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Decorative Objects - Research

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The Antique Porcelain Co.

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Aubusson carpet (early 19th century) Vojtech Blau Stock #168

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John Carter Brown Library

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Pair of vase Hollandais - Peter Mack Brown

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Carpenters' Company

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General Lender Files

Colonial Williamsburg

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Connecticut Historical Society

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Fort Ticonderoga

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Guthman, William H.

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Hillwood House Independence National Historic Park

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National Maritime Museum

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Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences

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Military History Dept., MHT

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Massachusetts Historical Society

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Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Benjamin Frothingham writing desk - Milhelland

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Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Tin candlesticks - Schiffer's

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Brass Snuffer and Holder (stand) - Schiffer's

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Pennsylvania walnut table - David Stockwell

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Two ink standishes - David Stockwell

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Walters Art Gallery

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West Point Museum

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Library of Congress

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Furniture

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