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Cornelius (Commodore) Vanderbilt, with autograph. Hand-colored woodcut
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Andrew Carnegie portrait with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
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Financier and philanthropist Charles T. Yerkes. Engraving
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James Smithson, philanthropist whose funds established the Smithsonian Institution. Woodcut
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Philanthropist Johns Hopkins. Woodcut
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Philanthropist Peter Cooper. Engraving
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Elihu Yale. Woodcut
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Flour mill magnate John S. Pillsbury. Woodcut
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Eli Lilly, with his autograph. Woodcut
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Marshall Field of Chicago, about 1890. Woodcut
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Russell Sage, circa 1900. Printed color lithograph of a drawing by William Nicholson
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Russell Sage. Photogaph
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Cartoon of Andrew Carnegie playing with blocks that spell LIBRARY, 1903. Hand-colored halftone
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Marshall Field & Co. retail store on State Street, downtown Chicago, 1890s. Albertype reproduction of a photograph
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Gerrit Smith. Woodcut
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Passenger car pulled by Peter Cooper's experimental locomotive "Tom Thumb" on the B&O Railroad, 1830. Hand-colored woodcut

   

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