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Currier, Nathaniel, 1813-1888

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1813-03-24 - 1888-11-20

American lithographer, who headed the company Currier & Ives with James Ives.

Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:

Death of Col. John J. Hardin, 1847

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Identifier: 1931-004-1-008.jpg

Flight of the Mexican Army, 1847

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 10
Identifier: 1931-004-1-10
Scope and Contents "Flight of the Mexican Army, at the Battle of Buena Vista, Feb. 23 1847." No. 455
Dates: 1847

Flight of the Mexican Army, 1847

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Identifier: 1931-004-1-010.jpg

General Scott's Victorious Entry into the City of Mexico, 1847

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 25
Identifier: 1931-004-1-25
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph of "General Scotts Victorious Entry into the City of Mexico, Sept. 14th 1847"
Dates: 1847

General Taylor and Staff, 1848

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 29
Identifier: 1931-004-1-1-29
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph of "General Taylor and Staff. The heroes of Palo Alto, Reseca de al Palma, Monterey ... and Buena Vista."
Dates: 1848

General Taylor and Staff, 1848

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Identifier: 1931-004-1-029.jpg

General Taylor Never Surrenders, 1847

 Item — Box: 1-1, item: 11
Identifier: 1931-004-1-11
Scope and Contents Colored lithograph of "Santa Anna's messengers requesting Genl Taylor to surrender his forces at discretion, previous to the Battle of Buena Vista. 'General Tayor never surrenders.' Sir, In reply to your note of this date summoning me to surrender my forces at discretion. I beg to leave to say that I decline acceding to your request.-- With high respect , I am, sir, your obedient serv't, Z. Taylor."
Dates: 1847

General Taylor Never Surrenders, 1847

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Identifier: 1931-004-1-011.jpg

Genl. Taylor at the Battle of Palo Alto

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Identifier: 1931-004-1-002.jpg