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This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Union League of Philadelphia. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Union League of Philadelphia
Creator:
Union League of Philadelphia.
Title:
Union League art and artifact collection
Date [inclusive]:
1840-2009
Call Number:
Objects
Extent:
1406 Items
Language:
English
Abstract:
Founded in 1862 as a patriotic society to support the Union and the policies of President Abraham Lincoln, the Union League of Philadelphia laid the philosophical foundation of other Union Leagues across a nation torn by Civil War. From its founding to the present, the League has been a leading civic organization and has played an important role in the history of our country and the City of Philadelphia. Over the past 150 years, this service has ranged from raising troops during the Civil War and lobbying for enforcement of the “freedom” amendments during Reconstruction, to feeding the hungry during the Great Depression, to finding jobs for returning veterans after World War II. Adorning the walls and hallways of the Union League’s historic building is a distinguished collection of art and artifacts. The collection is a rich, historical chronicle of Philadelphia’s unique imprint upon the American landscape from the 19th century to today and is recognized by historians and art experts as valuable components of our shared American history.
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Biography/History

Founded in 1862 as a patriotic society to support the Union and the policies of President Abraham Lincoln, the Union League of Philadelphia laid the philosophical foundation of other Union Leagues across a nation torn by Civil War. From its founding to the present, the League has been a leading civic organization and has played an important role in the history of our country and the City of Philadelphia. Over the past 150 years, this service has ranged from raising troops during the Civil War and lobbying for enforcement of the “freedom” amendments during Reconstruction, to feeding the hungry during the Great Depression, to finding jobs for returning veterans after World War II. The Union League has hosted U.S. presidents, heads of state, industrialists, entertainers and visiting dignitaries from around the globe. It has also given loyal support to the American military in each conflict since the Civil War, and continues to be driven by its founding motto, "Love of Country Leads."

The classic French Renaissance-styled League building, with its brick and brownstone façade and dramatic twin circular staircases leading to the main entrance on Broad Street, dates to 1865. Additions to the building in the Beaux Arts style, designed by Philadelphia architects Horace Trumbauer and Julian Abele and completed in 1910 and 1911, expanded the building to occupy an entire city block. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

Inside, the traditional décor is accented in rich leather, patinated wood and polished marble. Adorning the walls and hallways is the League’s distinguished collection of art and artifacts. The collection is a rich, historical chronicle of Philadelphia’s unique imprint upon the American landscape from the 19th century to today and is recognized by historians and art experts as valuable components of our shared American history.

Biographical note taken entirely from the websites of the Union League of Philadelphia (http://www.unionleague.org/history-philanthropy.php) and the Heritage Center of the Union League of Philadelphia (http://www.ulheritagecenter.org/)

Scope and Contents

The Union League’s distinguished art and artifact collection is a rich, historical chronicle of Philadelphia’s unique imprint upon the American landscape from the nineteenth century to today. The materials date from 1840 to 2009 and provide a unique glimpse into a private club's activities for more than 150 years.

Included in this collection are articles of clothing; coins; badges; dish and glassware; engravings; flags; furniture; medals; military equipment and weapons; paintings; patches, pins and political buttons; plaques and prints.

While there is a concentration of material from the Civil War, there is material relating to the Republican party, presidential campaigns, and other political events. Civil War materials include amunition, uniforms, bugles, battle flags, medals and weapons.

Some of the material was generated by the Union League and sports its logo. In particular, there is clothing, dish and glassware, Christmas ornaments, commemorative ribbons and trophies.

The Union League’s collection of art includes many important paintings, bronzes and other works. Highlights include portraits of two American presidents. Thomas Sully’s portrait of George Washington is the first painting the League ever purchased. The collection also includes the League’s first commissioned painting, a life-portrait of Abraham Lincoln by Edward D. Marchant, as well as two bronze life masks made of Lincoln in 1860 and 1865. In addition, researchers will find engravings, prints and sculptures.

This collection is arranged in alphabetical order. Researchers are advised to perform a keyword search to ensure that all relevant items are located.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Union League of Philadelphia,  03.15.2011

Sponsor

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project. Finding aid entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Heritage Center of the Union League of Philadelphia with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Processing Information note

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

Finding aid entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Union League of Philadelphia.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Engravings (prints)
  • Ephemera
  • Flags
  • Furniture
  • Medals
  • Paintings (visual works)
  • Sculpture (visual work)
  • Weapons
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Personal Name(s)
  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1965
Subject(s)
  • Military history
  • Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
  • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865

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Collection Inventory

Animal, Stuffed. Groundhog stuffed in a standing position on a flat wood platform. Condition: Poor. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Apron. Red felt apron with "UL" embroidered on the pocket. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, undated.

Armband. Armband with black letters printed on white, "Union League." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Armband. Armband with black letters printed on white, "Union League." Written in pencil at one end, "Meade." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Armband. Light green armband with gold letters printed "Union League." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Armband. Light green armband with gold letters printed "Union League." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ashtray. With an attachment and screws to be screwed to the edge of a card table. Inscribed on the top of the box in pencil, "For new card table." On the box top, "Samson Glass Holder and Ash Tray for Card Tables $1.00 per pair. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Ashtray. Round small white bowl with upright slot for matches, with a double blue line inside rim and a single band at top of match holder with seal of Union League on it in brown and blue. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Ashtray. Square shallow ashtray with rounded edges and slots on two sides for four cigarettes. Scratched on the bottom illegible characters followed by "pl60 plan [or 'w']." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Badge. Badge has a photo of Bush and Cheney with inscription around it, "43rd President of the United States Inauguration January 20, 2001" and on blue ribbon "Pennsylvania." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 2001.

Badge. Badge on black ribbon of the Independence-Inglenook Table, with gold letters, "I-I 2004" on a pirate's hat atop a skull with two crossed swords below. Location: Shelf BB.1, 2004.

Badge. Blue and white badge with pin on reverse inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862 Lincoln Day 2000" with red, white and blue striped ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 2000.

Badge. Blue and white badge with pin on reverse inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862 Lincoln Day 2000" with red, white and blue striped ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 2000.

Badge. Blue and white badge with pin on reverse inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862 Lincoln Day 2001" with red, white and blue striped ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 2001.

Badge. Blue and white badge with pin on reverse inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862 Lincoln Day 2001" with red, white and blue striped ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 2001.

Badge. Blue and white badge with pin on reverse inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862 Lincoln Day 2002" with red, white and blue striped ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 2002.

Badge. Blue and white badge with pin on reverse inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862 Lincoln Day 2002" with red, white and blue striped ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 2002.

Badge. Blue ribbon fastened through hole in the top of a copper frame with a photographic portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a beard. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Blue satin with white satin keystone with ""88" in the center, inscribed with gold rope sew to blue, "Union Republican Club Philadelphia" badge. Incised brass bar at the top with pin and v-shaped bar at the bottom. Gold wire tassel at bottom. Red lining on reverse with printed gold letters, "Clarence A. Hart & Co. Manufacturers of Badges & Banners 133 N. Third St. Philadelphia." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Blue, red and white Presidential campaign ribbon on which is clamped a copper frame with a photographic portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a beard. Pinned below is a brass pin of a rail splitter. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Brass name badge which slips into the breast pocket of a jacket, with "UL" seal, inscribed, "J.G. Mundy Archivist." Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Badge. Brass name badge which slips into the breast pocket of a jacket, with "UL" seal, inscribed, "James G. Mundy Membership Director." Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Badge. Copper frame with a photographic portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a beard. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Gold badge with inscribed, "The 1992 Independence Table Club Table Ball" hanging from a red, white and blue striped ribbon to encircle the neck. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 1992.

Badge. Gold badge with inscribed, "The 1993 Club Table Ball Independence Table 'A Winter Wonderland'" hanging from a red, white and blue striped ribbon to encircle the neck.. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in UL box with 1863 medals, 1993.

Badge. Metal bar with decorative border across the top with pin behind. From this drops a blue satin ribbon with a circular medallion with printing, "For District Attorney Samuel Rotan" with his photo in center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Oval ornate frame with a photographic portrait of Abraham Lincoln with a beard. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Oversized button with attached pin on the reverse, reads, "Summer Picnic 2004 Independence-Inglenook Stoney Creek Farm in red, white and blue with stars. Location: Shelf DD, 2004.

Badge. Rectangular badge on white garter and ribbon, printed, "Independence-Inglenook Table 2005, with black and red letters, with a cactus, cowboy boots and hat. Location: Shelf BB.1, 2005.

Badge. Red keystone shaped, enamel pin with, "40" over "8" omit in metal with fastener on reverse. This is a World War I medal referring to the "40/8ers." These were American troops, the American Expeditionary Forces that would transport troops in box cars. They were the 28th Division of the National Guard who went to France. 40 men or eight horses could fit in one car, hence the name. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, circa 1914-1917.

Badge. Red white and blue striped Presidential campaign ribbon with photo at top, presumably of Fremont with gold letters printed below, "Fremont and Dayton 1856." Bearded man in military uniform. Stamped on paper lining on reverse, "J.H. Shaw 1828 Arch St. Phila." Safety pin attached to the upper reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1856.

Badge. Round medal with profile bust of George Washington surrounded by, "George Washington First President of the United States 1789" and on reverse, "Centennial Anniversary of his Inauguration New York April 30, 1889." Two figures with two books swearing in Washington. Attached to medal with ring is a red, white and blue ribbon descended from a bar at top with shield, laurel and stars and pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1889.

Badge. Shield shaped badge imprinted with "Special Officer" with the seal of PA in the center with pin on the reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Thin brass crossed swords attached to an old car with a hand written inscription, "Mr. Thos. K. Ober." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Trefoil shape with "12 NJ" and a clover leaf incised into the silver and then filled with something like black paint with pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Badge. Yellow and black ribbon with fastening pin at top with printed, "Union League of MD." Below this hangs a red, white and blue ribbon with links at the bottom connecting to a badge with the coat of arms of Maryland in enamel surrounded by gold plated tin. Below printed on the ribbon in silver, "Washington March 1[?], 1905." Fringe of coiled metal is at the bottom edge. On the reverse is a round paper badge with printed, "American Badge Co. 2417 Maryland Ave. Balto., Md." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD in UL medals box w/one form Lanc. UL, 1905.

Bag. Bag with "Millennium 2000" of the Union League printed on the side. Black with silver and gold letters. Location: Shelf HH.4, 2000.

Bag. Bag with the Ladies Committee of the Union League reproduction of "Banner" magazine cover, November, 1999, taped to the side. "The Ladies Committee Prepares for the Millennium." Black with striped black and white trim. Location: Shelf HH.4, 1999.

Bag. Canvas black tote bag distributed at the Millennium 2000 Union League party. Location: Shelf HH.4, 1999.

Bag. Leather pouch with a tapering neck, and punched hole at the bottom on one side and a punched hole in the center on the other side. Four strap fragments are with the bag, but where the strap would have attached is not apparent. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bag. Navy and white tote bag with the Union League seal in navy printed on front. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Bag. Navy and white tote bag with the Union League seal in navy printed on front. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Bag, Duffle. Navy and tan tote bag with the Union League seal in navy printed on front. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Bag, Laundry. 4 large laundry bags with printed in black, "Union League of Philadelphia Laundry Name____Room____." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Banner. Banner with blue background with tan stitched on letters, Union League of Philadelphia Love of Country Leads." Central shield with stars and stripes. Design on both sides. Chains along edges for weight. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf FF.2, undated.

Banner. Banner with lettering, "Union League of Philadelphia" in gold on navy with gold fringe (2001.21.1A). Reverse has gold lettering on red silk, "Organized December 27th, 1862" (2001.21.1B). Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner (roll), 1862.

Banner. Banner with painted scene of Venice for "10 Superb League Photographers Present Around the World in 80 minutes" with cardboard sign stapled to the bottom. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.2, undated.

Banner. Banner with painted scene of Venice for "10 Superb League Photographers Present Around the World in 80 minutes" with cardboard sign stapled to the bottom. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.2, undated.

Banner. Banner with red background on one side and blue on the other. On both sides painted in gold, red or blue, "1862 - 1940 Union League of Philadelphia." Scalloped at the bottom with gold thread making a looping border all around on both sides, fringe at the bottom. Two straps for hanging at center and one side, one missing. Side strap is torn. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf FF.5, 1940.

Banner. Blue cardboard miniature banner with red and yellow printed, "1862 2002 Union League of Philadelphia" with stars on both sides above round metal base with a pole attached to banner to sit on dining room tables on the 140th anniversary celebration of the founding. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf EE.4, 2002.

Banner. Blue cardboard miniature banner with red and yellow printed, "1862 2002 Union League of Philadelphia" with stars on both sides above round metal base with a pole attached to banner to sit on dining room tables on the 140th anniversary celebration of the founding. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf EE.4, 2002.

Banner. Campaign flag, white stars on blue field, McKinley portrait to left in oval with "William McKinley, Ohio" in script underneath and banner below "Patriotism, Protection & Prosperity." Attached to wood rod with wood case with metal tips. 1896. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf HH.3, circa 1897.

Banner. Navy blue silk banner with painted gold letters, "The Union League Club of San Francisco" with a decorative tape trim around the edge and fringe at the scalloped bottom made of curled metal wire. Backed with cotton, hung with 6 brass rings from a brass rod with a finial on one end and the other finial missing. A string is affixed to the rod and another to the 2 bottom corners, from which to hang and secure the banner. Location: Shelf HH.1, undated.

Banner. Nixon-Agnew (in blue) Presidential campaign banner with "Have you Contributed?" in red letters on a white field. Two grommets on either end and 4 on the top. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.2, circa 1968.

Banner. Only the backing of linen and edges of the banner where the gold thread is holding on the red silk is intact. The rest of the silk in the field has completely shattered into small fragments most of which we are disposing of today (1/25/01). We are able to retain the gold lettering on silk in fragments as the paint holds the threads together. The lettering fragments are consolidated into polyethylene clear bags as much as possible. Painted in gold on the red silk,"1862-1920 The Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf FF.2, 1920.

Banner. Purple banner with yellow letters, "Independence-Inglenook" banner from the table at the Union League. Location: Shelf BB.1, undated.

Banner. Red, white and blue cotton banner, printed with, "V The Victory Liberty Loan industrial honor emblem awarded by the United States Treasury Department." In lower right corner, "Grinnell Litho. Co. NY." Two metal grommets are at the top corners. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Banner. Small American Presidential campaign flag with 45 stars with printed in white stripes, "The Union League McKinley and Roosevelt 1900." Location: Shelf HH.3, 1900.

Banner. Stars and stripes Presidential campaign banner with 29 stars in a circle and a star in each corner with an engraving of Lincoln from the shoulders up, no beard. Printed in black ink on the white stripes, "For president, Abraham Lincoln Vice President, Hannibal Hamlin." Location: Shelf HH.3, circa 1847-1848.

Banner. Stars and stripes Presidential campaign banner with 30 stars in the upper left blue field (canton). Printed on the white stripes in blue ink, "For President, Abr'm Lincoln for Vice President, Hannibal Hamlin." Location: Shelf HH.3, circa 1884.

Banner. Stars and stripes Presidential campaign flag with 13 stars in a circle and one larger star in the middle. Printed in white stripes, "Fremont and Dayton Clear the Track to California." In the center is an engraving in black ink of a man with a rifle pointing over his shoulder towards a mountain. A globe and surveying tools are at his feet. Location: Shelf HH.3, undated.

Banner. The navy blue banner has a spread eagle with a red, white and blue shield at the chest and is holding arrows, symbolizing war in one law, and an olive branch, symbolizing peace in the other. Clouds, stars and blue sky are visible in the background. Outside the circle is "Union League of Philadelphia." in gold letters. Rods and swags (made by Terry Anderson in 1989) to be mounted with this banner exist, but are not currently hung (2/01) with the banner. The swags are in the closet in the Director of Lib. & Hist. Collection's office. Condition: Good. Location: 3rd floor center (B), 1989.

Banner. Vertical navy blue banner with gold painted letters, "1862-1920 The Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Poor. Location: 3rd floor center rolled?, 1920.

Basket, Bread. Silver bread basket with pierced decoration and two set in handles, inscribed with "Union League of Phila International Silver Co...." on the bottom in block letters. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Bayonet, Sword. Bayonet with socket end. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Belt, Accessory. The waist belt has a rectangular Union Civil War belt buckle. The spread eagle holds a banner in its mouth reading, "E Pluribus Unum," a shield is on the eagle's chest with stars above and a laurel wreath below. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bench. 2 tall, oak, billiard room benches with arms and black upholstery with brass upholstery tacks visible. The benches are raised so the person sitting would have an elevated view of the billiard table. There is a foot board to rest one's feet a few inches above the floor. Location: 1 is in Smoking and Game Room, other in 5th fl. hall, undated.

Bench. Bench with arms in the shape of a griffin. Two back panels with carved "green men" ornate medieval figures, and two similar panels below the seat. Large hairy paw front feet. Ornate detail along all edges. Burgundy upholstered bench. Location: 1st floor, Broad Street building, across from concierge desk, undated.

Bench. Bench with arms. Oak with two part red leather, removable upholstery cushions on the wood seat. Six legs with the front ones carved with arched design at top, backs legs plain and squarish. Bracket going between legs under the center of the seat bracing the legs. Rounded arms with inset daisy carvings. On the center back is an inverted, UL" surrounded by laurel leaves similar to the design in the bench from the Health Baths. Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor, Annex Room 3, undated.

Bench. Large bench with burgundy upholstery. Central front leg is a rough later addition. Carved shield design on center back. Red upholstery tacks around the edge of the upholstery on the back and seat. Incised carved decoration on the arms. Location: 1st floor Broad St. building, hallway north side, undated.

Bench. Large bench with burgundy upholstery. Central front leg is a rough later addition.[COPY PRIOR]. Location: 1st floor Broad St. building, hallway south side, undated.

Bench. Large bench with burgundy upholstery. Central leg is missing. Location: 1st floor Broad St. building, hallway south side, undated.

Bench. Large bench with reproduction burgundy upholstery, tufted as the original would have been. Only bench with original, carved, front, central leg still intact. Brass upholstery tacks. Location: 1st floor Broad St. building, hallway north side, undated.

Bench. Larger bench with arms from bowling alley. Oak with black leather upholstery on the back and seat and upholstery tacks. Six legs with the front ones carved with rounded part, backs legs plainer and squarish. Bracket going between legs under the center of the seat bracing the legs. Rounded arms with inset daisy carvings. Condition: Fair. Location: Laundry on 5th floor, undated.

Bench. Small oak bench of medieval type of design with burgundy leather detached cushion. Upright rectangular back ornately carved with mask in relief in center. Panel below seat with smaller mask and below this 4 ornately carved short legs with wheels below. Location: Elevator lobby, 1st floor, 15th Street Building, undated.

Bench. Smaller bench (than 2003.59.1) with arms. Burgundy leather upholstery with large upholstery tacks around the edge of the seat. Metal fake caning back has been removed, no back but wood frame presently. Burgundy colored metal upholstery tacks around upholstery. Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor laundry room, undated.

Bench. Smaller bench (than 2003.59.1) with arms. Red leather upholstery with large upholstery tacks around the edge of the seat. Metal fake caning back and under the upholstered seat. Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor storage room, Annex 3, undated.

Bench. Upholstered bench with back and arms, inverted "UL" in a carved oval on back. Newly upholstered brown leather seat with brass upholstery tacks by legs. Originally and until May 2003 the seat was wood. Arms flare slightly towards front with fluted carving below. Location: 2nd fl. 15t ach St. Bdg., hallway to men's room, undated.

Bench. White painted bench from "health baths" in relief in the center of the back. with inverted, "UL" surrounded by wreath. The "UL" has been colored in roughly with a marker in black. Two rows of spindles inset into the back. Top arched. Seat has 44 holes drilled in it to allow water from dripping bodies to drip through. Location: 5th floor storage, Annex 3, undated.

Billiard namestrips & numbers. Names of Union League members who played billiards and numbers for pocket billiards and partners cowboy billiards. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Billiard paraphernalia. 2 wood boxes with small items relating to billiards. To metals discs whose purpose is unknown. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Billiard, Ball. Ten oak or cardboard boxes with billiard balls. Most boxes have two white ivory balls and one red one. One box has 16 pocket billiard balls with numbers on them, made by Albany Billiard Ball Co. One cardboard box of three balls is not labeled with a maker, but is covered with the same green paper as the Albany Co. box. All the oak boxes except one appear to be made by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., and have an impressed label on the top about care of the balls. One card board box which sits in a wood bottom is labeled "Elforoid Billiard Balls." One wood box has no labeling and has a hinged lid and a latch. One box is missing its lid and only has two balls and painted on its side is, "Cope Morton." One of the Brunswick boxes has, "RC Link" scratched onto the lid 3 times. Another oak box has painted on the top, "JHB" and one the side, "Oct 15, 1925. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.5, 1925.

Billiard, Bridge. Each billiard bridge has 3 slots on the top to rest a cue and one on each side. A hole in the center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Billiard, Bridge. The top of the ivory billiard bridge has a hole in the center in which is inserted the wooden stick. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.2, undated.

Billiard, Bridge. The top of the ivory billiard bridge has a hole in the center in which is inserted the wooden stick. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.2, undated.

Billiard, Bridge. The top of the ivory billiard bridge has a hole in the center in which is inserted the wooden stick. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.2, undated.

Billiard, Cue. Two different types of wood connected in zigzag pattern in the bottom third. Ivory half inch before tip. A white tape label is inscribed by pen, "C.F. Train #9." Stamped near bottom, "20." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.2, undated.

Billiard, Cue. Leather billiard cue case and lid with paper label on which is written in ink, "E.H. Smoker." Inside are 4 half cue sticks with ivory sections below the tip. The wider end has a screw on which to screw on the handle of the cue. The case has a metal buckle on a strap to attach to the lid. A second similar case has 6 similar cue sticks. On the screw end of one is written, "Noon's" and two others have "56." There is one black cue handle, which appears to have the wood end of the detachable part broken and remaining in the screw socket. There is chord wound around the handle presumably to enhance grip. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf AA.2, undated.

Billiard, Cue Wax. Little bar with wax affixed to wood and printed paper label. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Billiard, Shaker. Five shakers with round numbered discs in them for a type of pool or billiards game. Shakers are beaker shaped with a leather seam on the side. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Block, Printing. Metal printing plate mounted on a wood block of the Broad St. facade of the Union League with a high rise building behind. A paper posit note inscribed "#35" is attached. Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Block, Printing. Metal printing plate mounted on a wood block of the Broad St. facade of the Union League with a paper wrapper with the image printed on it and inscribed "#35A." Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Block, Printing. Envelope is inscribed "#45A Original English." Stars and stripes seal surrounded by, "The Union League of Philadelphia" with a wavy circular border. Below this is inscribed, "Love of Country Leads." Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Block, Printing. Metal stars and stripes flag surrounded by a circle of stars and clouds with, "The Union League of Philadelphia" in letters above and below, mounted on a wood cube. Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Block, Printing. Metal stars and stripes seal surrounded by, "The Union League of Philadelphia" with a wavy circular border, mounted on a wood cube. Below this is inscribed, "Amor Patriae Ducit" which is Latin and translates to, "Love of Country Leads." Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Block, Printing. Metal stars and stripes shield or seal off center with, "The Union League of Philadelphia" in letters in a circle pattern, broken by the seal, mounted on a wood cube. Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Block, Printing. Stars and stripes seal surrounded by, "The Union League of Philadelphia" with a wavy circular border. Below this is inscribed, "Amor Patriae Ducit" which is Latin and translates to, "Love of Country Leads." Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Board. Wood board with oak frame with metal hooks with room numbers. Hanging on many of the hooks is a large key with leather label with room numbers for the 4th and 5th floor sleeping rooms. Two hooks that are missing labels have paper labels. There is also a metal bottle opener hanging from one of the hooks. The paper labels have an Art Deco "streamline" type of graphic design. Location: West wall, undated.

Bottle. Bottle of red wine, sealed with paper label, printed, "Republican National Convention 2000 Philadelphia Chaddsford Preferred Wines Pennsylvania White Table Wines." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf JJ, 2000.

Bottle. Bottle of white wine, sealed with paper label, printed, "Republican National Convention 2000 Philadelphia Chaddsford Preferred Wines Pennsylvania White Table Wines." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf JJ, 2000.

Bottle. Two water bottles with center top notch that lifts up so that one can pour water in ones mouth, inscribed, "Republican National Convention Montgomery Watson Building the Infrastructure of Tomorrow." Red, white and blue with image of the Liberty Bell and stars. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Bottle. Wide necked pint bottle with tapering neck and vertical lines and "Abbotts Dairies Inc." molded in body. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Bottle, Medicine. Large brown bottle with liquid in it about 1/3 full. Paper label on side reads, "1 Gallon Superior Bay Rum Non-potable for external use only alcohol 58% distributed by Smith, Kline & French, Inc. Philadelphia, PA." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Bowl. Union League ceramic bowl with seal at center of bowl and printed around inside of rim, "Love of Country Leads Armor Patriae Ducit." On the outside of the bowl is a print of the building by J.M. McDermott on one side with an eagle on the other side. On the bottom is printed, "Designed by Bailey, Banks & Biddle exclusively for the Union League of Philadelphia Number 18 Pickard made in USA..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Bowl. 5 Union League ceramic bowls with seal at center of bowl and printed around inside of rim, "Love of Country Leads Armor Patriae Ducit." On the outside of the bowl is a print of the building by J.M. McDermott on one side with an eagle on the other side. On the bottom is printed, "Designed by Bailey, Banks & Biddle exclusively for the Union League of Philadelphia Number 80 [or other numbers] Pickard made in USA..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Bowl. Bowl inscribed on side, "Vaughn P. Simmons, M.D. President the 12:30 Club 1979-1981." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.3, 1979-1981.

Bowl. Five gallon bowl with "ULP" in intertwining script letters on the side of the bowl near the rim. Location: Shelf GG.6, undated.

Bowl. Five gallon bowl with "ULP" in intertwining script letters on the side of the bowl near the rim. Stamped on the bottom, "Union League of Philadelphia International Silver Co..." Location: Shelf GG.6, undated.

Bowl. Fluted edged bowl inscribed in center, "1928/ Round Table Club/ Phillips Trophy/ Nine Hole Competition..." followed by four names and dates in 1929. Around the rim are inscriptions are names with dates from 1930-1965. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.3, 1928.

Bowl. Miniature, round silver bowl with Union League shield in center and engraved around this, "Bridge 1977 R.F.S." On bottom, "B&S sterling." Location: Shelf CC.3, 1977.

Bowl. Small white bowl with gold rim and gold eagle on side with wings spread. On bottom is glues a paper label inscribed, "To commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the Union League of Philadelphia Boehm..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, 1987.

Bowl. Three shallow bowls with a scalloped gold border surrounding a cobalt blue bad with white in the center with a gold medallion in the center with daisy-like flowers. Printed on the bottom, "Limoges...France Wm Guerin & Co....Made Expressly for Wright Tyndale and Van Roden. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Bowl, Punch. Large oval punch bowl with bold raised curved areas flanking a center bulbous area. Above this is engraved, "UL" with the "L" in the center of the "U" with two triangles at the top of each letter. The bottom left and right side of the "L" extends through the "U." Engraved on the bottom, "Union League of Philadelphia."

Rope-like border at the top outer edge of the bowl. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.6, undated.

Bowl, Soup. Bowls shaped like a coffee cup except with 2 handles, white with two blue lines near the top and one line on the handles, Union League seal on one side in brown and blue. On the bottom is printed, "Scammell's Trenton China..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Bowl, Soup. White soup bowl with two thin blue lines on the rim. No Union League seal as some of the matching pieces have. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Box. One blue chalk disc set on screw with rotating handle in box. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Box. Tin box with two handles, hinged lid and lock. Painted on the front, "The Advisory Real Estate Board of the Union League of Phila." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.1, undated.

Box, Ballot. Ballot box with oval hole and hinged door to put in one's hand, pick either a white porcelain ball or a black wood cube and put piece down a wood shoot to the other section of the box. The person counting the pieces would lift a brass handle on a hinged curved door on the other side and see the pieces on a felt-lined section of the box. There is a metal latch for this door with hole through which one could place a padlock. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.3, undated.

Box, Ballot. Ballot box with oval hole on hinged lid. There is a metal latch for this latch. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.3, undated.

Box, Cigarette. White, navy and gold cardboard cigarette box inscribed, "King size filter cigarettes Union League" with League seal. Inside the cover is another inscription from the manufacturer and on the bottom along with the Surgeon General's warning on a sticker. Foil paper inside. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Brush. With rounded front and differing length and angled bristles. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Brush, Scrub. Curved wood handled brush with "Union" painted onto the tips of the bristles with a probably formerly blue stripe around the letters. Handle has a black painted outline around edge. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Bucket. Little bottomless bucket with movable handle inscribed on side, "William F. Fearon founder the Hearth Club at the 25th Anniversary Dinner from the Members 1928." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf CC.3, 1928.

Bucket, Ice. Container with two movable rings for handles on either side, fitted into protruding slots. Simple silver band around the top. "UL" engraved on the center with the "L" in the center of the "U" and the bottom of the "L" protruding through little "slots" in the "U." The tops of the two letters have a double triangle trim. Engraved on the bottom in block letters, "Union League of Philadelphia GM Co E P 06589." No lid. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.5, undated.

Bucket, Ice. Shiny navy blue ice bucket with gold Union League seal on side. Gold colored metal loop on detached lid. Clear Lucite (?) handle secured with a metal bolt. White interior. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Bucket, Ice. Shiny navy blue ice bucket with gold Union League seal on side. Gold colored metal loop on detached lid. Clear Lucite (?) handle secured with a metal bolt. White interior. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Buckle, belt. Two pieces each with a rectangular loop for leather belt. One side has a circular part to receive smaller circular part of the other side. Smaller part has an eagle resting on a shield, surrounded by stars. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Buckle, belt. Rectangular Union Civil War belt buckle of an officer. The spread eagle hold a banner in its mouth reading, "E Pluribus Unum," a shield is on the eagle's chest, with stars above and a laurel wreath below. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Buckle, belt. Rectangular Union Civil War belt buckle of an officer. The spread eagle holds a banner in its mouth reading, "E Pluribus Unum", a shield is on the eagle's chest, with stars above and a laurel wreath below. Two brass loops accompany this buckle. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Buckle, Belt. Union belt buckle in oval shape with "US" in relief. Three hooks on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5, Mulholland Collection Box, undated.

Bugle. Simple bugle with two round attachments at either end, one with 3 links of a chain for a carrying strap. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bulb, Light. Light bulb with glass notch on top and thin loop of "S" shaped wire inside. Paper label inside at the base of the wire with "GE" logo in red probably and patent information. Shape of glass does not curve in dramatically after a bulbous top like a contemporary bulb does. This has almost straight angled sides tapering to the base. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Bullet. Allegedly the blood stain is still on the bullet. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bullet. Bullet with ridges around the base. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bullet. A hollow core Minie ball, see  Echoes of Glory, Time-Life Books, p.22. Has three rings molded in it. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bullet. Lead tipped in brass casing with copper plug at the bottom. Has inscription in a circle on the bottom stamped in the brass, "38 S&W W.R.A. Co." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bullet. Five bullets in a wood case with label on which is printed, "Six Seamless Ball Cartridges with percussion clip for co___ar _______Manufactured Syms & Bro. By B____ARP_________Conn." Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Bullet. Mini ball which wounded General Mulholland at Tolopotamy Creek, VA, which was thought to be fatal. Mulholland spent 5 months recovering in a hospital. He had the ball mounted in a gold stirrup engraved with the date, "May 31, 1864" with a pin and clasp on the reverse. He presented it to his wife as a Christmas present around 1906 according to an article in the Union League collection. Kept is a burgundy leather box with "J.E. Caldwell Co. Philadelphia" printed on the lining. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.5, Mulholland Collection Box, 1864.

Bullet, Minie. Lead bullet with brass chain and tag attached with the following inscription, "Laurel Hill, Spottsylvania Court House May 8, 1864-Oct. 12, 1907." On the reverse is inscribed, "Geo. P. Morgan Geo. H. Hill R.T. McCarter" These are three members of the Union League that were among a group who called themselves the "Pilgrims" who visited Civil War battlefields. They often picked up artifacts on the battlefields. These bullets may be from one of their trips on Oct. 12, 1907. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, 1907.

Bullet, Minie. Lead bullet with brass chain and tag attached with the following inscription, "Laurel Hill, Spottsylvania Court House May 8, 1864-Oct. 12, 1907." On the reverse is inscribed, "Geo. P. Morgan Geo. H. Hill R.T. McCarter" These are three members of the Union League that were among a group who called themselves the "Pilgrims" who visited Civil War battlefields. They often picked up artifacts on the battlefields. These bullets may be from one of their trips on Oct. 12, 1907. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, 1907.

Bust. Lincoln is shown beardless with collar and lapels. Location: Cafe Meredith, undated.

Button. 3 large and 4 smaller buttons to be added to a blazer with Union League seal in red, white, blue and gold in black leather box. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button. Red white and blue button with image of flag inscribed, "Fourth Liberty Loan." Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Miscellaneous Buttons/Badges Box, undated.

Button. Red white and blue button with image of Statue of Liberty inscribed, "Get behind the government Liberty Loan of 1917." Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Miscellaneous Buttons/Badges Box, 1917.

Button. Red white and blue button with image of Statue of Liberty inscribed, "I own a Liberty Bond." Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Miscellaneous Buttons/Badges Box, undated.

Button. Red, white and blue button with cross inscribed, "Welcome Home 79th Division." Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Veterans box, undated.

Button. Red, white and blue button with cross inscribed, "Welcome Home 79th Division." Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Veterans box, undated.

Button. Red, white and blue button with cross inscribed, "Welcome Home 79th Division." Pin on reverse. On reverse printed on paper label, "Bastian Bros. Co. ...Rochester, NY." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Veterans box, undated.

Button. Red, white and blue button with keystone inscribed, "Welcome 28. Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Veterans box, undated.

Button. Red, white and blue button with stars and stripes inscribed, "July August September 1919 Local 115." Pin on reverse missing. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Veterans box, 1919.

Button. White and blue button with large "V" inscribed, "Liberty Loan." Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Miscellaneous Buttons/Badges Box, undated.

Button, Campaign. 15 metal buttons on a cotton twill ribbon with straight pin on reverse. Names included, Hutchinson, City Party, Wm. Potter, G.A.R. at Atlantic City, Vivian Frank Gable, Lewis Emery, Jr., and Jack Bower. One button has a black flag with a skull and crossbones with "The Gang" printed on the flag and around this image, "Let us end this talk of Civil Righteousness." One button is a G.A.R. button from the Atlantic City encampment, 1910. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1910.

Button, Campaign. 28 Richard Nixon for US President buttons. 1979.72.1-.7 have printed white on red, "Had Enough?" 1979.782.9-.13 have printed red on white, "Nixon's the One!" 1979.72.14-.21 are red, white and blue with "Nixon." 1979.72.22-.27 have red and blue printing on white, "Nixon Agnew." 1979.72.28. is a round button with "I'm for Nixon" from one angle and his face if you readjust he angle. All buttons have a pin on the reverse, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. 4 buttons printed in white, "Specter and Gola buttons" with one each in brown orange blue and navy. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Campaign. 4 Ronald Reagan buttons, light blue with white lettering with Hebrew lettering, translated, meaning, "Reagan" and then, "Reagan" below. Location: Shelf DD.

Button, Campaign. Blue button with white letters, "I believe in Hugh Scott." with straight pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1940.

Button, Campaign. Button with white background and green and blue letters, "Scott Broderick Scalera." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Button with white background and green and blue letters, "Scott Broderick Scalera." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Circular photo with printed inscription, "For Governor of Penna. Col. Wm. A. Stone", mounted in a button with a stud-type fastener. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Campaign. Keystone shaped button with blue background and gold raised letters, "GOP Broderick for Governor" with a tie tack stud on back. Pinned to a card. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Keystone shaped button with blue background and gold raised letters, "GOP Broderick for Governor" with a tie tack stud on back. Pinned to a card. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Keystone shaped button with blue background and gold raised letters, "GOP Broderick for Governor" with a tie tack stud on back. Pinned to a card. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Large campaign button in red, white and blue with printed, "Barry Goldwater for President" and photo of him in center. Reverse has safety pin and cardboard backing. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1964.

Button, Campaign. Orange button with blue stripe across the center with white lettering, "Shafer For Governor" Straight pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1966.

Button, Campaign. Orange button with blue stripe across the center with white lettering, "Shafer For Governor" Straight pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1966.

Button, Campaign. Photograph portrait of a man. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Button, Campaign. Photograph portrait of a man with red, white and blue flag around edges of round photo with straight pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Button, Campaign. Presidential campaign button, brass disc molded in a circle with inscription, "Abraham Lincoln 1860" with photo of beardless Lincoln on one side. On reverse the same with "Hamlin." At top is a hole with a bit of string in it. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1860.

Button, Campaign. Rectangular shaped button with fold over tab with white background and green and blue letters, "Broderick Scalera." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Rectangular shaped button with fold over tab with white background and green and blue letters, "Broderick Scalera." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Rectangular shaped button with fold over tab with white background and green and blue letters, "Broderick Scalera." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1970.

Button, Campaign. Red, white and blue Presidential campaign button with faces of Eisenhower and Nixon, printed, "Vote Republican pull 1st lever for Eisenhower Nixon." On edge, "Phila. Badge Co. Inc. Phila. PA." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Campaign. Red, white and blue Rizzo for Mayor button with straight pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1972.

Button, Campaign. Round brass stud with enamel blue and yellow background with flag and, "City Party." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Button, Campaign. Round with photograph of Rudolph Blankenberg (1843-1918) within a keystone shape with yellow background attached to blue and yellow striped ribbon tied in a bow. Democratic candidate for mayor of Philadelphia in 1911. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1911.

Button, Campaign. Round with photograph of Rudolph Blankenberg (1843-1918), Democratic candidate for major of Philadelphia in 1911. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1911.

Button, Campaign. Silk covered medal Presidential campaign button with two streamers in red white and blue printed with, "Harding and Coolidge Union League Committee." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1921.

Button, Campaign. Square, white button with "W. 2000" in blue and red with pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, circa 2000.

Button, Military. 20 Union Army uniform buttons and 20 Confederate Army uniform buttons in 2 frames mounted without glass with faded red, white and blue ribbons across left corner. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1861-1865.

Button, Military. Union Army uniform button with waving flag and stars with "Union" at top. Metal loop on back. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, undated.

Button, Political. 28 Richard Nixon for US President buttons. 1979.72.1-.7 are printed white on red, "Had Enough?;" 1979.782.9-.13 are printed red on white, "Nixon's the One!;" 1979.72.14-.21 are red, white and blue with "Nixon." 1979.72.22-.27 have red and blue printing on white, "Nixon Agnew;" and 1979.72.28 is a round button with "I'm for Nixon" from one angle and his face if you readjust the angle. All buttons have a pin on the reverse, circa 1970.

Button, Political. Blue and gold letters on white, "McMM McGovern Million Member Club" with a straight pin on the reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1972.

Button, Political. Blue and white button with "Clothier for Mayor" in circle around his photograph. Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1950s.

Button, Political. Blue button with white letters, "Drew Scott A New Outlook." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Blue button with white letters, "Drew Scott A New Outlook." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Blue button with white letters, "Drew Scott A New Outlook." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Blue button with white letters, "Drew Scott A New Outlook." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Blue button with white letters, "Drew Scott A New Outlook." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Blue letters on white, "Jackson Means Jobs" with a straight pin on the reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Blue letters on white, "Jackson Means Jobs" with a straight pin on the reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Blue letters on white, "Labor for McGovern Shriver '72" with blue border making the button look like a cog in machinery. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1972.

Button, Political. Blue letters on white, "Labor for McGovern Shriver '72" with blue border making the button look like a cog in machinery. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1972.

Button, Political. Blue ribbon with button with long straight pin and an angles bottom. Printed on button "Republican candidates 1914 U.S. Senator Boies Penrose Governor Martin G. Brumbaugh." In silver letters on ribbon printed, "Patriotism Protection Prosperity and the whole Republican ticket Nov. 3rd. 1914." Printed on a paper label on the reverse of the pin, "J.H. Saw 1326 Arch St. Phila. PA." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1914.

Button, Political. Button in red, white and blue printed, "Nixon Now." On the edge, "Coadco Comm. for the re-election of President Nixon/Paul Barris Tres." Condition: Excellent, circa 1972.

Button, Political. Button with photographic image of Lincoln with a beard. (He grew a beard in 1861.) On a long straight pin. Mourning badge worn at Lincoln's funeral. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1861.

Button, Political. Button with photographic image of McKinley, printed with "Wm. McKinley copyright-1900." Blue ribbon with gold letters printed, "Penna." Behind the pin in a stars and striped ribbon. Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1900.

Button, Political. Five flags on green background with printed, "For Victory GOP." On reverse is a paper label printed, "The J. Keil Co. Specialists in Novelty Advertising Betz Bldg. Philadelphia" with straight pin. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Image of man on top of keystone, printed below, "Judge Pennypacker" with stud on reverse. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, circa 1903.

Button, Political. In red letters on cream printed, "For President Thomas E. Dewey" with his photo in the center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1944 or 1948.

Button, Political. Large photographic button with image of William McKinley. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1896, 1900.

Button, Political. Mourning photographic button with pin with image of William McKinley, printed "In Memoriam." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1901.

Button, Political. Mourning photographic button with pin with image of William McKinley, printed around, "God's Will, Not Ours Be Done. Sept. 14, 1901." Black satin ribbon extends below button. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, 1901.

Button, Political. Mourning photographic button with pin with image of William McKinley, printed around, "God's Will, Not Ours Be Done, Died 2:15 A.M. Sept. 14, 1901." Black satin ribbon extends below button. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, 1901.

Button, Political. Navy blue letters on white, "McGovern" with a straight pin on the reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1972.

Button, Political. Off-white button with printed, "For Mayor Wm. Potter" and his photo. Straight pin on reverse and printed on paper label, "...Whitehead & Hoag Co. Newark, NJ.... April 14, 1896..." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Political Campaigns Local Box, 1896.

Button, Political. On white background two flags and printed, "1972 McGovern Eagleton" with their photos inside red ovals. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1972.

Button, Political. Orange, blue and white buttons with, "Shafer for Governor." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1967.

Button, Political. Photographic button on paper with image of an unknown man with. "Our candidate" printed above. Two white ribbons hang below, printed in gold letters, "Haverford Council, 2015, Phila., May, 11-12-13-1909." On reverse is a pin and a paper label, "J.H. Shaw Badges...Phila." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1909.

Button, Political. Photographic button on paper with image of man, flags and a keystone above which is printed, "Philadelphia's Choice For Senator Hon. Boies Penrose." On the metal stud reverse, "?.W. Durham MFG CC." Two red, white and blue ribbons hang beneath. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, circa 1897.

Button, Political. Photographic button with a bar with pin with image of Philadelphia political boss Matthew S. Quay in a keystone with a red, white and blue ribbon above. Printed, "The Noblest Roman of them All For President M.S. Quay." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1896.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of Benjamin Harrison surrounded by printed, "Harrison and Protection 1892." Pressed into reverse, "American Tinplate made by Morton Bros. Chicago." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, 1892.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of man above which is printed, "For Governor, Charles W. Stone" and on reverse printed on a paper label, "The Whitehead & Hoag Co ... 1896." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1896.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of man below which is printed, "Gov. Edwin S. Stuart." Above this is a burgundy ribbon printed with, "Inauguration of Edwin S. Stuart January 13, 1907 Harrisburg PA." Above ribbon is a button with the capitol building printed on it and, "New State Capitol." On the reverse is a pin behind which is a paper label, "A.A. Moyer & Co. maker of photo Buttons & Badges 320 Broad St. Harrisburg Pa." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1907.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of man circled by printed, "For Governor John P. Elkin" with a pin on reverse and a paper printed, "Balto Badge & Nov. Co. Baltimore, MD. Design Pat." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, circa 1902.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of man circled by printed, "For President P. C. Knox" with a pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, circa 1908.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of man circled by printed, "Pennsylvania's Choice for President Philander C. Knox" with a silk American flag beneath and pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, circa 1908.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of man on a keystone printed, "Stalwart Republican For Governor John P. Elkin. 'The Indiana Plow Boy'" with a print of a farmer, horse and a plow, a river and factory buildings. A pin on reverse and a paper printed, "Standard Badge Engraving Co ... Phila ... pat ... 1890." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, circa 1902.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of Philadelphia political boss Matthew S. Quay in a keystone with stud back. Printed, "For President M.S. Quay." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1896.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of William McKinley and his running mate, Theodore Roosevelt with a red white and blue print of a ribbon behind. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1900.

Button, Political. Photographic button with image of William McKinley with a silk flag behind and a blue ribbon hanging below with "Penna." printed in gold. Color print of PA seal on reverse and pin. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1896, 1900.

Button, Political. Photographic button with pin with image of flag and printed, "William McKinley & Hobart Businessmen's National Campaign Committee." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1896.

Button, Political. Photographic button with stud back (not a pin) with image of William McKinley and probably Garret Hobart his running mate in 1896 with "Protection sound money" printed around the images. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1896.

Button, Political. Presidential campaign button in red, white and blue printed, "Vote Republican pull 1st lever for Dewey Warren" with their photos. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1944, 1948.

Button, Political. Red, white and blue button printed in blue in center, "Republican", attached to a white satin ribbon printed with navy blue letters, "Vote Straight Republican Tuesday Nov. 2, 1948" followed by a maker's stamp too small to read. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1948.

Button, Political. Red, white and blue Republican Presidential nomination campaign button, striped and printed, "Stassen for President." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Political Campaigns Not Local Box, circa 1948.

Button, Political. Round with black band with photo of McKinley in center and printed, "In Memoriam." Straight pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Political Campaigns Not Local Box, circa 1901.

Button, Political. Round with photo of McKinley in center. Straight pin on reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD in Political Campaigns Not Local Box, circa 1897.

Button, Political. Stud button in red, white and blue stars and stripes, no words. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Button, Political. Tiny silver elephant affixed to a stud. On reverse molded into metal, "Whitehead & Hoag Co. Newark, NJ." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Political Campaigns Local Box, undated.

Button, Political. Two buttons the top with a straight pin attached by a blue satin ribbon. On top printed, "Our President" with a photo of Theodore Roosevelt and on the bottom, "For Congress Henry Burk" with his photo. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in box for local campaigns 1880-1919, circa 1901.

Button, Political. White letters on blue, "McGovern" on a metal rectangle with a tab top to fold over onto clothing. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1912.

Button, Political. White letters on blue, "McGovern" on a metal rectangle with a tab top to fold over onto clothing. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1912.

Button, Political. White letters on light blue background, "1st time voter for McGovern" with straight pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, 1972.

Cabinet, Billiard. Cabinets built into the walls all around the former Billiard Room in the 15th St. building, northwest corner, for storing pool cues. Pool cues still are in cabinets with tags in some cases with the names of their owners. Location: 1st floor offices in 15th St. building, undated.

Cabinet, Billiard. Free-standing tall oak cabinet for storing pool cues. Currently fitted with glass shelves and lined with metallic gold paper to display items for sale at the Union League. Location: Broad St. building, 1st fl in hall north, in front of a doorway, undated.

Cabinet, Medicine. White painted cabinet that was screwed into the wall with a glass window in the door and three glass shelves inside. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.7, undated.

Cable. Cross section of a large cable made up of many smaller circular cables, held secure by two copper wires and fastened to a wood stand. Two curved engraved plaques fastened to wood base read, "Cable from Cienfuegos, Cuba. Cut (under galling fire) by volunteer expedition led by Lieut. C. McR. Winslow U.S.N. May 1898 Presented to the Union League by Paymaster Reah Frazer U. S. Battleship Indiana." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.4, 1898.

Call box for Room Service. Call box which indicates which room has called for service at Union League. The piece is a wood cabinet with a glass door that opens to rows of numbers with "516" at the top and "453" at the bottom. Three other numbers would have been to the right of the "453" but are missing. A written number is substituted for one of the missing numbers. There are pointers to indicate which room rang for service. Above the door is a bell mounted on the outside of the cabinet, and two other bells mounted on the right side. Below this are the block letters, "Keller-Pike Co. Philada." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.6, undated.

Can. 3 cans with pierced screw on tops. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Candelabrum. Candelabrum with spiraling stem and four arms and finial. Base in dished shaped. One of the candle holders has a brass disk in the hole to catch dripped wax. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.1, undated.

Candelabrum. Three arm table candelabrum with holders for 4 candles. Beading around the cups below the candle holders. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.6, undated.

Candle shade. Paper and Mylar candle shade to stand on a table. Cut outs of blue paper surround Mylar shield shapes with, "140th Anniversary" printed on them. Location: Shelf HH.2, 2002.

Candlestick. Silver candlestick with engraving on base, "Second Prize/ Cowboy Pool/ 1923." Base segmented into 6 parts continuing up stem. Art Nouveau floral engraved designs at top and bottom of central part. Location: Shelf CC.3, 1923.

Cane. Brass tip on the bottom, ivory sleeve and ball on the top, topped with a brass disk inscribed, "Geo. P. McLean Relic of Independence Hall." Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf EE.1, undated.

Cane. Carved curved wood handle, brass tip at the bottom. Remnant of paper typed label still adhered to shaft. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.1, undated.

Cane. Inscribed "1871 W. P. Ridgway Presented by Saml Wilson Lieut. Com. U.S.N./Made at Mare Island Navy Yard cal. Wood from U.S.S. Kearsage." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.1, undated.

Cane. Slightly curved with knots. Carved into the cane, "Harper's Ferry, May 1862, Frederick, Kearneysville, Falling Waters, Williamsport, Martinsburg, Hagerstown, Green Castle, Chambersburg, Fayettesville. Bored hole near top of cane for string presumably. Adhesive tape label with "The Union League" near the top of the cane. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.1, 1862.

Cane. Ivory cane handle in right angle shape with band of silver near end engraved, "Chas Marshall from Abraham Lincoln President of the U.S. Springfield, Ill, Oct. 31st, 1860." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf EE.1, 1860.

Cannonball. Old label says, "Half-pound cannon ball." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Canteen. Miniature canteen with sides made of two medals. One with a relief of Independence Hall is inscribed, "Souvenir 3rd National Encampment G.A.R. 1899 Independence Hall Philadelphia 1778." Medal on reverse has a raised keystone and a star with "GAR" inside and surrounded with "We drank from the same canteen 1861-65." Condition: Good. Location: OK shelf DD in Civil War Veterans box, 1899.

Cap. Green felt, old-style baseball cap with button at top and short brim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Cap. Green felt, old-style baseball cap with button at top and short brim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Carafe. Carafe with inner bottle and lid, to allow hot or cold water to be poured into the outside layer to keep inner chamber hot or cold. Neck is mercury glass with body a bronze colored metal with seal of Union League engraved with stars and stripes shield, underneath engraved, "Amor patriae ducit." Plug type lid fits into inner bottle with rubber stopper and clear plastic top, possibly not original. Metal ring extends from the upper back of the body of the bottle. On the bottom in engraved, "USA Patent No 13093, March 15, 1910..." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Carafe. Pitcher with lid and spout and curved handle. Inscribed on side with cross-hatched letters, "HC." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Carpet. Blue, gold, red, blue and green figured carpet newly installed in Cafe Meredith in the summer of 2005. Location: Shelf FF.4, 2005.

Case. Courier's case, hollow tube in which one placed rolled papers with removable cap. Painted on side, "Company D, 2nd Infantry Regt., 1st Brigade, 1st Division P.V." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Case, Cartridge. Cartridge case with "US" in brass on front with leather belt. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Case, Instrument. Hinged wood case has brass lid corners and inset pieces and a lock mechanism with key hole. Inside the red velvet lined case is a tray with 6 bladed instruments, all with wood handles but one, a wood handled hook and one empty slot. The bottom of the case has two wood handles instruments with cylindrical bottoms, players, cotton webbing wound around a brass piece, thread in a paper wrapper with curved needle, two other curved needles and one straight one. An indentation for a saw is visible, but no saw. "McKean" is stamped on the blades of the instruments. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC. 4, undated.

Chain, Key. Circular key chain with "UL" in script with small snake chain connected to ring. In a transparent plastic box with manufacturer's paper on "armetale" metal. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Chair. Location: Diana McCarvey's Office, 1st floor, undated.

Chair. Location: Diana McCarvey's Office, 1st floor, undated.

Chair. 26 black chairs purchased in the 1950s or earlier for the card and chess room on second floor, which is now called the McMichael Room. Black leather upholstery covering entire seat, back and arms with black piping at bottom of arms. Top of chair is flat. Four braces between legs. Location: Cafe Meredith, circa 1950s.

Chair. 4 tall, oak, billiard room armchairs. Location: 2 are in Smok Rm, 1 is in Archives stor Annex 3, 1 in 5th fl, undated.

Chair. 8 trestle chairs with carved legs and rounded feet and upholstered brown leather back and seat with brass upholstery tacks. Condition: Fair. Location: Library, undated.

Chair. Black upholstered side chair with semi-circle in wood at top with inverted, "UL." Brass tacks around upholstery on back and on seat around wood of back. Condition: Fair. Location: Two in J. Mundy's office and 2 in 5th floor storage, Annex 3, undated.

Chair. Brown leather upholstered armchairs with rounded backs from the Lincoln Memorial Room. Condition: Fair. Location: 2 in 5th fl stor, Annex 3, see notes, undated.

Chair. Double folding chairs that hinge behind seat with brown leather upholstered seats and legs carved in three vertical bands. Condition: Fair. Location: Laundry, 5th floor, undated.

Chair. Four armchairs, Jacobean style with green, beige and pink bargello design covers and one with brown leather. With rounded arms and curved brackets below seat and square top. Location: Heritage Rm (former Smoking Rm), 1 in Bowling Alley, undated.

Chair. Light green leather armchairs from Oak Room, now Meade Room. Chairs have upholstered seats with brass upholstery tack as well as upholstered back with upholstery wrapping around the arms. Condition: Fair. Location: 24 in Basement, one in 5th floor storage room, Annex 2, undated.

Chair. Marble Room armchairs with cane back and black leather seats originally. This one is the only chair that has original cane back now and black leather seat (in Annex 3 closet). Others replaced with metal "cane" back, and burgundy seat. Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor storage, Annex 3, undated.

Chair. Marble Room armchairs with cane back and burgundy leather seats originally. Only one chair has original cane back now (2003.55.1, in Annex 3 closet). Others replaced with metal "cane" back. Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor storage, Annex 3, undated.

Chair. Marble Room armchairs with cane back and burgundy leather seats originally. Only one chair has original cane back now (in Annex 3 closet). Others replaced with metal "cane" back. Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor storage, Archives, undated.

Chair. Marble Room armchairs with cane back and burgundy leather seats originally. Only one chair has original cane back now (in Annex 3 closet). Others replaced with metal "cane" back. Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor storage, Archives, undated.

Chair. Marble Room armchairs with cane back and burgundy leather seats originally. Only one chair has original cane back now (in Annex 3 closet). Others replaced with metal "cane" back. Condition: Fair. Location: Bowling alley, undated.

Chair. Oak Colonial Revival Chippendale style side chair with center back splat with swag and ball and claw feet. Upholstered part of seat is missing. Condition: Fair. Location: Mid-room, undated.

Chair. Oak, mauve upholstered Colonial Revival Chippendale style side chair with center back splat with swag and ball and claw feet. Condition: Fair. Location: Mid-room, undated.

Chair. One armchair and three side chairs with burgundy upholstery. "UL" on the back of the chairs. Location: Heritage Room, Broad Street building, 1st floor, south, undated.

Chair. Ornate armchair with carved "green men" or ornate medieval style masks. Stylized serpents with bulging eyes for arms. Vertical back ornately carved with mask in the center and two griffin faces on either side. Stylized hairy paw feet with brass tacks. Wood support below seat and arms forms a "U" when viewed from front. Burgundy upholstery. Location: Elevator lobby, 1st floor, 15th Street Building, undated.

Chair. Ornate carved oak armchair with carved "green men" ornate medieval figures. Carved relief of large mask on back with two fantastic faces as posts on top of back. Burgundy seat with upholstery tacks. The legs form and "X" in the front with a mask in the center. Location: Elevator lobby, 1st floor, 15th Street Building, undated.

Chair. Red upholstered armchairs with upholstery on back, seat and arms. Top of backs are slightly curved into an arch in the center. Straight legs. Location: Cafe Meredith, undated.

Chair. Six William and Mary style armchairs with black leather upholstered seats and backs with brass upholstery tacks. Carved crest below seat, scroll type front feet, bracket under seat and between front and back legs. Location: Lincoln Memorial Room, undated.

Chair. Two Boker Dining Room side chairs (no arms) with ladder back and mauve fabric seats with piping along the bottom. Scores of others are still used in the Boker Room. This is the second seat fabric, now the chairs in use are upholstered in a striped blue and yellow of a blue fabric pattern. Four curved horizontal wood pieces form the ladder back. Front legs have incised vertical lines. Metal knobs are screwed into the bottoms. Condition: Fair. Location: Bowling Alley, undated.

Chair, Dining. 131 Dining chairs with red upholstery seat and back. Location: Marble Room, 15th St. building, 9 in the bowling alley, undated.

Chair, Dining. This chair has caning on the back that is actual caning, but not original. It is ripped. Seat is upholstered with red leather (would have been cane originally.) 131 Dining chairs with red upholstery seat and cane or fake metal cane back. Location: 5th floor, Annex 3, undated.

Chair, Dining. This chair has caning on the back that is actual caning, but not original. It is ripped. Seat is upholstered with red leather (would have been cane originally.) 131 Dining chairs with red upholstery seat and cane or fake metal cane back. Location: 5th floor, Annex 3, undated.

Chair, Dining. This chair has the original cane back, although torn, and cane visible below the upholstered seat. Location: 5th floor in Annex 2., undated.

Chair, Dining. This chair still retains its original caning on the back although torn. Location: 5th floor, Annex 2, undated.

Chalk. One blue chalk cube has a red label, "National Tournament Chalk." The other is 1/2" high with worn black paper adhering. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Chandelier. Brown and gold electric light fixture with 8 arms holding faux electrified candles. Central portion resembles a fluted column. Above this is a finial with a chain and socket that fastens into ceiling. Condition: Good. Location: 3rd fl. center, undated.

Chandelier. Crystal and brass electrified light fixture with leaf pattern near top and brass rod in center surrounded by cut crystal with an "X" pattern. Chandelier is two tiered and has a brass chain at the top which is attached to a round part which is anchored against the ceiling. Arms support fluted shallow crystal bases with candle-like lighting elements. Condition: Fair. Location: 3rd fl. center, undated.

Chandelier. Green and gold electric light fixture with 8 arms holding faux electrified candles. Central portion resembles a quiver fill of arrows, only the feather end visible. On top of this is a finial with a chain and disk that fastens into ceiling. Condition: Good. Location: 3rd fl. center, undated.

Chandelier. Crystal and brass electrified chandelier with one porcelain socket in center, 2 circular tiers of prisms, the upper one decorated with glass daisy-like flowers. Many crystal pieces missing. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Chess clock. Box with two clock faces with button above each to activate the clock as a stop watch. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Chess clock. Box with two clock faces with button above each to activate the clock as a stop watch. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Clip, Paper. Squarish, flat oversized clip engraved with facade of Union League and inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia." With blue velvet pouch. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Clip, Paper. Squarish, flat oversized clip engraved with facade of Union League and inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia." With blue velvet pouch. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Clip, Paper. Squarish, flat oversized clip engraved with facade of Union League and inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia." With blue velvet pouch. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Clock. Custom made perpetual calendar hall clock with solid walnut case. Custom engraved dial with numerous subsidiary dials showing the day, date, month, year. Clock's main dial center is engraved with tower of Independence Hall and flag. Stamped, "Tiffany & Co. patented 1882 855" on the back plate. Case was custom made by G. Vollmer & Son, a Philadelphia furniture maker. Inverted, "UL" carved into the front of the base. Art Association brass plaque below bonnet. (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: 1st floor Broad St. reception area, [1882?].

Clock. Mantle clock with mahogany with gilt dome top surrounded by a gilt bas relief with classical figures. Glass door with Corinthian columns beside. Brass plaque below door, "Clocks and Vases Presented by the Art Association." (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: Smoking and Game Room, undated.

Clock. Oak carved mantel clock with brass, silvered brass and gilt brass engraved dial. Original clock works have been removed and replaced with 110 volt electric clockworks. Paper tag on the inside of back door reads, "Germany." (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Condition: Northwest corner. Location:, undated.

Clock. Wall mounted cast brass case with urn finial on top, white porcelain dial. (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: Boker Dining Room, east wall, undated.

Clock. Wall mounted cast brass case with urn finial on top, white porcelain dial. (See Converse appraisal for full description.) Location: Boker Dining Room, west wall, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Case carved in a Gothic style with built up bonnet. Glass door, oak leaf carving. There are two brass plaques stating the clock was presented to Hon. J. Hampton Moore, a mayor of Philadelphia in 1912 and later presented to the Union League. (See Converse appraisal for full description.)

Heritage Room, 1st floor. Location: 2nd floor in room east and adjacent to the main hall Clock, undated.
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Louis XV style brass mounted tortoise shell mantel clock, asymmetrical case with gilt mounts and white porcelain dial. Carved bird below clock face. (See Converse appraisal for full description.)

Clock, Tall Case. Mahogany case brass inlay tall clock, with a scroll top bonnet, ogee feet, and free standing Corinthian columns beside glazed door. There is a brass, inlaid, script "UL" on door of waist. The brass and silvered dial is engraved. There is a moon device. (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: 4th elevator lobby, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Mahogany cases chime hall clock with carvings. At the top of the bonnet is a shell carving, ribbons and rosettes with a central carved wood finial. The waist has a door with an elaborate beveled glass design. There are carved columns on either side of the door. The base has paw feet. The brass dial has a painted moon device. The tubular bell movement has the tubes stamped with Durfee's mark and 1888 patent dates. There is a brass plaque indicating the donor, "Presented by R. Edey Clay 1926." (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: Library, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Mahogany with mahogany veneer, with a domed top and a full length glazed door flanked by fluted columns with pad feet. Has a moon device above face. Brass plaque screwed under face, "Presented by Frank L. Thomson, Jr." (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: 5th floor elevator lobby, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Oak with mahogany veneer, swan's neck pediment is a later addition.(See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: Boker Lounge, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Probably mahogany case with a heavy Jap-Lac stain. Chippendale style with scroll top bonnet, wood finials and fluted columns beside door. Paw feet. Clock works by Elliott of London. Has a moon device above the face. (Has brass plaque below bonnet, "presented by Frank L. Thomson." (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: 2nd floor hallway, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Solid cherry case with swan's neck bonnet, carved rosettes and flame finial. Has an enamel dial with flower design as well as a moon device. (See Converse appraisal for full description.). Location: Boker Room, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Solid heavy mahogany case with bonnet with a central carved cherub above carved wings. Has caryatids beside door and animalesque feet possibly reduced. Has an gilt and brass dial with a moon device. Brass plaque on top of door, "Presented by the Art Association." (See Converse appraisal for full description). Location: 1st floor, 15th St. elevator lobby, undated.

Clock, Tall Case. Tiger maple tall case clock with inlays, painted dial, scroll top bonnet surmounted by a single wood carved flame finial, carved rosettes. Location: 4th floor Archives Furniture Storage Rm, undated.

Cloth Fragment. 2 foam core boards glued with samples of fabrics and other surfaces for the cigar room and heritage room renovations. Including unattached carpet samples. Bottom right corner has white foam core square with contact information for designer. From first floor, Broad St. building renovation done with no regard for historic precedent at the Union League. Location: Shelf FF.1, undated.

Cloth fragment. Black cloth with unevenly cut, fraying edges. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Cloth fragment. Small rectangle of black cloth, a fragment of Mrs. Lincoln's dress. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, circa 1865.

Cloth, Cleaning. Tan cloth sewn into a bag shape with loop. Printed in black ink, "Shoe cleaner The Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Cloth, Cleaning. Tan cloth sewn into a bag shape with loop. Printed in black ink, "Shoe cleaner The Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Coathanger. With "Union League of Philadelphia" printed in black on one side. Metal top. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Coaster. Round coaster with blue inscription, "50th Anniversary. The Benson Table 1936-1986 The Union League of Philadelphia." Cork disc glued to bottom. In cardboard wrapper inscribed on top with bad pun, "have a cup on me." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, 1986.

Coaster. Two round wood coasters with brass edge and Union League seal in center, cork on bottom. Rest into two slots of wood stand. Black cardboard box. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Coin. Commemorative coin with bust of George Washington and on reverse, "Great Central Fair of Philadelphia June 1864." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1864.

Coin. Penny flattened with irregular edges, no inscription visible in a Mylar sleeve with cardboard frame. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Lincoln Ribbons and Buttons Box, undated.

Coin. Penny flattened with irregular edges, no inscription visible in a Mylar sleeve with cardboard frame. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Lincoln Ribbons and Buttons Box, undated.

Coin, Commemorative. Gold colored coin with profile surrounded by, "Ulysses S. Grant." On reverse is seal of Philadelphia surrounded by, "Struck and Distributed in the Municipal Parade by the employes [sic] of the U.S. Mint Phila. Dec. 16, 1879." Location: Shelf DD, Commemorative Badges & Ribbons Box, 1879.

Coin, Commemorative. With stars and two flowers inscribed, "The Federal Union It must and shall be preserved" on the reverse with a laurel and oak leaf branch, "Army and Navy." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Collar, shirt. Rolled, yellowed shirt detachable collar with button tabs. Inside stamped in red, "Mann & Dilks Shirt Makers Philadelphia." Location: Shelf BB, undated.

Comb. Blue comb printed with white letters, "Broderick for Governor" in 1970. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1970.

Comb. Green comb printed with white letters, "Broderick for Governor" in 1970. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, Polit. Cam. Buttons, 1941-present Box, 1970.

Comb. Red comb printed with white letters, "Broderick for Governor" in 1970. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, 1970.

Cornice. Gold-painted egg and dart wood molding from Broad St. hall, first floor, Union League. Location: Shelf AA.6, undated.

Cornice. Gold-painted egg and dart wood molding from Broad St. hall, first floor, Union League. Location: Shelf AA.6, undated.

Crown. Ornate band surmounted by 4 thin sheets of brass soldered together at the top with a ball and kettle shape on top. Inscribed on the kettle, "Take the kettle." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf CC.3, undated.

Crown. Paper and white feather crown with "Happy 2000" in gold letters distributed at the Millennium 2000 Union League party. Location: Shelf HH.4 (with Tote Bag), 1999.

Cup. White plastic cup with Union League seals in blue. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Cup. White plastic cup with Union League seals in blue. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Cup. White plastic cup with Union League seals in blue. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Cup & Saucer. Cup with gold band on rim and on handle, below is a reddish-orange stripe, below this is a white stripe with gilt letters, "The Union for ever", and below this a bright blue stripe. The saucer also has a red, white and blue stripe with gold bands in between. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf JJ.

Cup, Demitasse. White with gold border and Union League seal demitasse cup and saucer. On bottom of saucer, knight's helmet and, "Warwick 1937." Location: Shelf JJ, 1937.

Cup, Loving. Loving cup trophy, small vessel with two ornate handles, inscribed on body, "Micawber Club", and on other side, "December 6th, 1912." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.3, 1912.

Cup, Loving. Tall trophy loving cup with two handles inscribed, "Corner Table Club/ Presidents Cup" with years and names inscribed, 1973-86. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf CC.2, 1973-1986.

Cup, Punch. Cup with curved glass handle and gold band around the rim. Gold monogram of "UL" with "L" in the middle of the "U" with both letters decorated with horizontal stripes. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Decanter. Faceted decanter with plug with etched letters filled with gilt paint, "Union Club." Shape bulges out at site of letters, has a thin neck with a zigzag design where facets meet. This design is not on the stopper, which is probably a replacement, although it fits well. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Deck, Card. Card deck with "UL" inverted on a shield in maroon and white design, in white cardboard box with "Union League Club of San Francisco" printed in black. Part of green seal adhered to box at top edge. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Deck, Card. Two card decks, one red and one blue with gold Union League seal with inscription, "Love of Country Leads." Silk ribbon tag on deck to pull case out of top. Two cards glued to top of light blue case. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Deck, Card. Two decks, one red and one blue with gold Union League seal with inscription, "Love of Country Leads." Decks in cellophane wrapping, have never been played with. Silk ribbon tag on deck to pull case out of top. Two cards glued to top of case. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Desk. Rectangular desk with upper cabinet of four doors and two drawers. Center writing part of the desk is angled up for writing. All three desk surfaces covered in light green leather with a gold leather embossed gold trim. Five drawers in front below and round legs. Location: Heritage Room, Broad Street building, 1st floor, undated.

Desk. Rectangular, two drawers with hanging brass pulls, carved legs with trestle bottom on three sides. Location: 8 in Library, 1 in Archives, undated.

Diary. Diary with black leather cover with Union League seal in gold on front cover with "1968." Blue printed pages with dates indicated. Book not used, no markings. In red cardboard box with Union League seal on front in gold. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, 1968.

Diary. Diary with black leather cover with Union League seal in gold on front cover with "1970." Blue printed pages with dates indicated. Book not used, no markings. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, 1970.

Diary. Diary with black leather cover with Union League seal in gold on front cover with "1972." Blue printed pages with dates indicated. Book not used, no markings. Box diary came in has a redtop and a white bottom. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, 1972.

Diary. Diary with black leather cover with Union League seal in gold on front cover with "1999." White printed pages with dates indicated. Book not used, no markings. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, 1999.

Dish, Butter. Small butter round dish with "Union League of Phila. I.S.CO..." engraved on the reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Dish, Butter. Small round butter dish with "UL" engraved in the center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Dish, Soap. Metal soap dish fixture that fastens with two rungs over the edge of a bathtub. Has one larger container which may have been to hold a big sponge and a smaller container for soap. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Dish, Vegetable. Small oval dish for a la carte vegetables. Edge is higher at both ends and edged with two raised, concentric lines. On bottom is inscribed "Union League of Philadelphia International Silver Co." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Dome, Food. Oval lid with handle set below the top surface. On bottom is inscribed "Union League of Philadelphia International Silver Co." "UL" script monogram on side. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Dome, Food. Round lid with hole in the top surface for grasping with one finger. On bottom is inscribed "Union League of Philadelphia International Silver Co." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Doorknob. Two connected doorknobs for one door. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.5, undated.

Embroidered fabric square. White silk fringed square embroidered with pink with letters, "Helen Green" and in pencil "To Father 1897." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, Green Collection Box, 1897.

Engraving. Colored engraving of the Union League building on fire with water streams aimed at the building and crowds of people watching firemen. Academy of Natural Sciences building is partially visible on the right. Printed along the top, "604 Harper's Weekly September 22, 1866." Across the bottom, "Burning of the Union League Building in Philadelphia - Rescue of the Flag by Firemen [See Page 598.]." Location: Print and Drawings Box, small, undated.

Engraving. Complicated scene with mounted officer on the left looking through a spyglass at a distant battlefield with another soldier pointing. A third soldier to the extreme left holds an American flag. On the right two soldiers are chopping down a pole with wires. An African American family is crossing railroad tracks in the foreground right. The title is printed below the image with an engraving of a portrait of a man in uniform in the center. The artist and publishers are printed on the bottom margin also, undated.

Engraving. Engraved portrait "Hector Tyndale" by A. E. Francis & Co, undated.

Engraving. Huge crowd on Broad St. with banners and a dust cloud in front of building. Many flags hanging from building and stars across the roofline. The Union League image is on two sheets of paper that used to be joined in the center. The rest of the magazine is here also. Condition: Poor. Location: Print Collection, exterior views of Union League, undated.

Engraving. James T. Mitchell. A. E. Francis & Co., Phila. Engraved portrait. Condition: Excellent, undated.

Engraving. Moonlit scene with carriage and two horses on Broad St. and people on the sidewalk. Interior lighting can be seen in the League building. The metal cresting is visible along the roof-line. There is a ground-level window visible in the front where a door now leads to the Boker Room. Below the image in the margin is a little engraving of Abraham Lincoln seated, reading a book with a standing boy. In the lower left of the image is engraved, "E.F. Faber" and below the image on the right in pencil is, "E.F. Faber 1895." Condition: Good. Location: Union League Exterior Print Box, Oversized, 1895.

Engraving. Six story building with a turret on a corner with horses and carriage and pedestrians. Condition: Excellent. Location: Union League Clubs in Other Cities Box, undated.

Engraving. Walter T. Bradley. The Rembrandt Eng. Co., Philadelphia. Engraved portrait. Condition: Excellent, undated.

Engraving. Wilbur F. Reeder. The Rembrandt Eng. Co., Philadelphia. Engraved portrait. Condition: Excellent, undated.

Epaulet. Epaulets with "20" fashioned in decorative wire on a blue velvet background with a border of metal fastened to the top of the epaulet with straight pins. Tack with eagle on part of epaulet near the neck. Metal case is 1979.18.3. Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf CC.4, undated.

Epaulet. Single epaulet with circular patch on the top with blue background and a brass "6." A number that was before the six is missing. Two black bars are on top, placed closer to the neck. A brass button with a spread eagle is inner most. Shoestring attached to the bottom presumably to fasten the epaulet to the coat. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf CC.4, undated.

Epaulet. Two epaulets with metal box. Both epaulets have a brown shoe string attached to the bottom. On lid of box is scratched, "WH Cooke." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf CC.4, undated.

Epaulet. Two epaulettes (D, E) with a single star and stud with eagle on each, 2 leaf pins (F, G) made with silvered threads and cotton threads, 2 brass clips (H, I). Inside the case (J) is printed, "To adjust the epaulets in the air tight case...1861." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.4, 1861.

Fan, Electric. Wall mounted fan with 4 propellers and wire protective cover with metal round sign in the center in gold and orange with "GE" for General Electric Co. A small silver and black label is screwed to the base giving the name of the company and product numbers. Fan could also be stood on a flat surface. A cotton netting covers the propeller to keep items from getting into the propeller area. Fan had motor area in middle and a round base with a cord. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf HH.6, undated.

Fan, Electric. Wall mounted fan with 4 propellers and wire protective cover with metal round sign in the center in gold and orange with "GE" for General Electric Co. Fan had motor area in middle and a round base with a cord. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf HH.6, undated.

Fixture, ceiling. 2 large ceiling fixture brackets which hung over billiard tables. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.6, undated.

Fixture, ceiling. 6 black, metal, large shades which hung over billiard tables. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.6, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling electric fixture with glass disc shaped shade and a socket for one bulb. Base that would be against ceiling is brass. The glass shade is detached because there is no bulb to keep it in place. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling electric fixture with glass disc shaped shade and a socket for one bulb. Base that would be against ceiling is brass. The glass shade is detached because there is no bulb to keep it in place. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling electric fixture with glass disc shaped shade and one bulb. Base that would be against ceiling is brass, painted white. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling electric fixture with glass disc shaped shade and one bulb. Base that would be against ceiling is brass. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling electric fixture with glass round shaped shade and a socket for one bulb. Base that would be against ceiling is metal. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling electric light fixture with glass disc shaped shade and two bulbs. Base that would be against ceiling painted white. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.1, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling light fixture from the 1st floor Broad St. hallway at the top of the stairs to the basement. The fixture is circular with ornate work cut through surrounding a cone shaped cut-glass cover. There are four auxiliary bulb holders rising from the outer edge with light bulb sockets, held in place by four leaf shaped bases. Location: Shelf HH.5, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Ceiling light fixture from the 1st floor Broad St. vestibule. The fixture is 4 sided with ornate metal work. Each side has a cream colored shade set into the metal frame. There are four heads integrated into the decoration on the sides and a crown type shape on the top. There is a long chain on the top that would have extended to the ceiling. Inside are light bulbs positioned up and down. Location: 5th floor hallway temporarily, undated.

Fixture, Ceiling. Crystal and brass electrified light ceiling fixture with two porcelain sockets in attached to a brass disk, with perforations for wires on which crystal balls once hung. Parts of only three strands are extant. Many crystal pieces missing. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf HH.5, undated.

Fixture, Wall. Brown and gold electric light fixture with 2 arms holding faux electrified candles. Central portion resembles a fluted column with a gold ribbon around it. Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Fixture, Wall. Brown and gold electric light fixture with 2 arms holding faux electrified candles. Central portion resembles a fluted column with a gold ribbon around it. Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Fixture, Wall. Brown and gold electric light fixture with 2 arms holding faux electrified candles. Central portion resembles a fluted column with a gold ribbon around it. Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Fixture, Wall. Brown and gold electric light fixture with 2 arms holding faux electrified candles. Central portion resembles a fluted column with a gold ribbon around it. Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Fixture, Wall. Wall electric fixture with glass rounded shade and a socket for one bulb. Base that would be against wall is metal. On the bottom of the base is s socket for plugging in an appliance. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.2, undated.

Flag. 48 star American flag with gold fringe. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf HH.1 rolled, circa 1912-1959.

Flag. American flag with 48 stars. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf FF.5, circa 1912-1959.

Flag. An American stars and stripes flag on a black painted wood pole with a gold painted top and a blue flag with "The Union League of Phila 125 Years" printed in yellow with a shield on a similar pole. These two miniature flag poles fit into a round black painted wood base. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, 1987.

Flag. An American stars and stripes flag on a black painted wood pole with a gold painted top and a blue flag with "The Union League of Phila 125 Years" printed in yellow with a shield on a similar pole. These two miniature flag poles fit into a round black painted wood base. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, 1987.

Flag. Company D, 2nd Infantry Regiment, first Brigade, 1st Division, PA, 20th Army Corp small flag. Made of 5 pieces of silk, machine stitched with a piece of formerly white silk in the centered with a blue star printed on it. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Flag. Fragment of a red, white and blue Confederate flag, machine and hand sewn with three sections. Blue section of cloth is of a jacquard weave which may indicate this was a home sewn flag. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Flag. Large flag with three equal blocks of color, red, white and blue with decorative ropes and tassels. Two metal grommets along one edge. "Brown Deco. Co." stamped three times on the white border. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf FF.2, undated.

Flag. Large red cross on a white field. "SXSF" and "Horstmann Phila" printed on bound edge. Three metal grommets on edge. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf FF.5, undated.

Flag. Philadelphia 76 Bicentennial flag with Liberty Bell symbol with "76" incorporated into the bell. "TM" for trademark is printed to the right of the "6." There is a cotton band on one end with two metal grommets and label printed on cotton. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, 1976.

Flag. Stars and stripes flag with 50 stars. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.5, circa 1959-present.

Flag. Stars and stripes flag with patches mounted against board with plexi. According to the family's account and two newspaper articles, one dated 1901, a flag was made the day after Abraham Lincoln died. It was hung in mourning by Mrs. Harvey at the deaths of presidents Lincoln, Garfield, Arthur, Grant, Harrison, Hayes and McKinley. Condition: Good. Location: 5th floor laundry, 1901.

Flag. Stars and Stripes flown above the U.S. Capitol. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, undated.

Flag. Triangular flag with clover leaf in white (although darkened with age) on a blue field with red, white strip along straight side. A rope is encased on the straight side. This is the headquarters flag at the Battle of Gettysburg for Brigadier General Alexander Stewart Webb of the 2nd Brigade of the 2nd Division, of the 2nd Army Corp of the Army of the Potomac. There is a cloth sewn label near the bottom left of the flag with a handwritten inscription in ink, "Philadelphia Brigade Gettysburg 1863 C.H. Banes." Location: On display in 15th Street building stairwell between 2nd and 3rd floor, 1863.

Flag. Two part flag with each panel connected by ropes and clasps with 48 white stars on a blue field used in U.S. Navy before 1951. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.2, pre 1951.

Flag. Two part flag with each panel connected by ropes and clasps with 48 white stars on a blue field used in U.S. Navy before 1951. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.2, pre 1951.

Flag. Union League burgee, triangular flag with "U.L." Navy blue field with yellow outline and initials. White edging with two metal grommets. "10x15" stamped in ink on white edging. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, undated.

Flag Holder. Flag pole holder from cornice of Broad St. building on Sansom St. side at corner of McMichael and Tell Rooms, between 2 windows. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Flatware Set. 34 pieces of one service, inscribed on reverse, "International Silver Co." with engraved "UL" script monogram on handles.

7 knives

6 dinner forks

1 oyster/cocktail fork

8 ice cream forks

9 teaspoons

1 sugar spoon

1 soup spoon

1 serving spoon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Flooring. Hardwood, parquet flooring pieces from the Old Cafe of the Union League. Location: Shelf AA.6, undated.

Flower. Dried large flower, perhaps a lily. Came in envelope with print on it of "National Lincoln Monument" image and some text. Inscribed in pencil on envelope if "For Arthur D. [?] Smith from Lincoln's Tomb Springfield _____ 89" and in ink, "Flowers off the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln April 1865." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Fork. Fork with engraved, "Union League Phila," on handle and on underside of narrow part of handle, "Harvey Willey," and a "3" nearby. Location: Shelf HH, undated.

Fork, Oyster. Shell pattern with "UL" script monogram in center. On reverse is molded, "Gorham", and inscribed "Union League of Philadelphia." Left most prong is wider than other two prongs. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Gavel. Carved head with 4 undulating raised rings with handle piece inserted in hole in head. Coated by a paint of shellac. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Gavel. Gavel has a decorative silver band at the top of the shaft and another silver band around the center of the head with engraved, "George G. Meade Post No. 1, G.A.R. February 22, 1909 Toast Master Gen. J.P.S. Gobin." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.4, 1909.

Gavel. Gavel used by the Ladies Committee of the Union League. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Gavel. Gavel with carved head with 4 undulating raised rings with handle piece inserted in hole in head. Oak. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Gavel, Block. Oak gavel, rectangular, solid piece of wood. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Glass. 2 mugs with Union League seal and gold rim with glass handles. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. 4 shot glasses with Union League seal and gold rim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. 5 glasses with Union League seal, one with gold rim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. 8 smaller glasses with Union League seal and gold rim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. All 18 pieces have gold band at rim and the round shield emblem with stars and stripes on one side in gold, light and dark blue, reading, "The Union League of Philadelphia." Including: four glasses with straight sides, eight small goblets and eight whiskey sour glasses (oblong or tall slender goblets). Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. Glass with Union League seal screened on the side in white. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. Glass with Union League seal screened on the side in white. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. Small tumbler with thick bottom and straight sides with printed, "To Those Who Served Veterans Day 1997 The Union League of Philadelphia Love of Country Leads." Two flags flank the date. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass. Thirty-nine pieces of glass or crystal inscribed with the "UL" monogram with the "L" in the middle of the "U." Monograms of the sunburst pieces have a dot pattern in the "L" and a horizontal stripe pattern in the "U." All of the goblets have fluted stems. The group includes: 14 umblers with faceted bottoms (1.-14.), 3 water glasses with sunburst on the bottom (15.-17.), 3 champagne glasses with fluted stems (18.-20.), 1 large wine or water goblet with fluted stem (21.), 4 small wine goblets with fluted stems (22.-25.), 1 goblet with fluted stem and triangular bowl (26.), 1 small wine goblet with starburst on base and bottom of bowl (27.), 4 cordial goblets with fluted stems (28.-31.), 1 cordial goblet with fluted stem, small triangular bowl and sunburst on base and bottom of bowl (32.), 1 sherry or cordial goblet with rounded bowl and sunburst on base and bottom of bowl (33.), 6 fingerbowls with sunburst pattern (34.-39.). Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass, Champagne. Eleven champagne glasses with wide gold band below rim and "UL" monogram etched in script with stripes on the letters. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass, Champagne. Has gold band at rim and the round shield emblem with stars and stripes on one side in gold, light and dark blue, reading, "The Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass, Cordial. Glass goblet with plain stem and Union League seal on the bowl with shield and etched below it, "Armor Patriae Ducit." Slightly flaring edges. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass, Cordial. Glass goblet with plain stem and Union League seal on the bowl with shield and etched below it, "Armor Patriae Ducit." Slightly flaring edges. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Glass, Wine. Green bowl, clear stem and base, glass goblet with plain stem and Union League seal on the bowl with shield and etched below it, "Armor Patriae Ducit." Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Goblet. 4 champagne glasses distributed at the Millennium 2000 Union League party, 3 in their cardboard boxes. Location: Shelf JJ, 1999.

Goblet. Glass goblet with fluted hollow stem and Union League seal on the bowl with shield and etched below it, "Armor Patriae Ducit." Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Golf, Ball. Unused golf ball with "The Union League 2" printed on one side and the shield seal on the other. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Golf, Club. Eight golf clubs in canvas bag, trimmed with leather trim on pocket holding two golf balls. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf EE.6, undated.

Golf, Club. Nine golf clubs in canvas bag, trimmed with leather. Printed with presumably the initials of the owner, "C.A.H." and "C.C.C.", which might be the _____ Country Club. On bottom of bag impressed in the metal, "R. H. Burke and Co. Patented June 12, 1917. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf EE.6, 1917.

Handkerchief. Blue, brown and off-white printed campaign handkerchief with two ovals in center with images of Benjamin Harrison and Levi P. Morton with words, "Protection Home Industries." The edge has a decorative border with the stars and stripes flag, swags and flowers. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.3, undated.

Handkerchief. Eisenhower presidential campaign white, linen handkerchief with print of an elephant in red shorts and white shirt holding a banner that reads, "Vote for Ike" Above this reads, "Who wants to be a jackass!." Location: Shelf HH.3, undated.

Hat. Gold, top hat with black feather and "Happy New Year 2000" distributed at the Millennium 2000 Union League party. Location: Shelf HH.4 (with Tote Bag), 1999.

Hat. Gold, top hat with black feather and "Happy New Year 2000" distributed at the Millennium 2000 Union League party. Location: Shelf HH.4 (with Tote Bag), 1999.

Hat. Hardee hat from 1st Regiment Infantry, Gray Reserves. Black felt with full brim, fastened up on one side with a national eagle patch made with gold braid. Officers had an embroidered eagle as here. Infantrymen had a stamped brass national eagle. Oval patch in front with a bugle. Hat band made of gold bullion chords and black silk threads with two acorns fashioned out of this material at ends in front. Black silk rosette fastening two back ostrich-type feathers to side of hat with lowered brim. Printed on leather on crown interior, "U.S. Army Extra Manufacture 7 1/8 No.4." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.2, circa 1861-1865.

Hat. On silk lining, "Royal de Luxe Stetson." Grey with black grosgrain ribbon band with bow and button. Grey grosgrain ribbon around the edge of the slightly upturned brim. High crown with a depression in it. Stamped on the leather lining band, "Schwarz...Sansom St.", presumably where this hat was sold. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.1, undated.

Hat. Navy baseball cap with Union League seal embroidered above brim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Hat. Olive floppy men's hat with "UL" on embroidered flag insignia in gold and blue. Four grommet holes are around the crown. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Hat. White baseball cap with Union League seal embroidered above brim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Hat. White, cotton hat with "The Union League of Philadelphia" printed on the band in black ink. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Hat. White, cotton hat with "The Union League of Philadelphia" printed on the band in black ink. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Hatbox. Green hatbox with no hat with interior supports of cardboard to support a brimmed hat, possibly a top hat. The box is covered with green paper. The lid has a black paper border on the lip with "Lee" printed all around it in gold. On the lid is an added printed label, "From L.T. Muench 29 South 17th St. Philadelphia, PA...For Mr. Powell Union League 140 S. Broad." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf AA.1, undated.

Holder, Cup. Metal fixture that fastens into the wall with two screws and has a neck supporting six prongs in which to hold a bathroom cup. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Holster. Leather with daisy design impressed near tack. Brass knob, broken straps on reverse. Button hole at top. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Horn, Powder. On the lid is stippled, "1857" with the image of a stag. A red silk cord is attached to two brass rings on the horn portion. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, 1857.

Insignia, Military. Worn by World War II, U.S. Army Infantry soldiers in World War II. Brass pin with two studs with "U.S." in block letters. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1941-1945.

Insignia, Military. Worn by World War II, U.S. Army Infantry soldiers in World War II. Brass pin with two studs with 2 crossed rifles in raised relief. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1941-1945.

Invitation. Invitation printed on white silk with gold letters, "Annual Dinner of the Color Manufacturers Association of the United States." The menu is listed and then "Union League House, Philadelphia, December 11th, 1872." There are three stitched borders, outlining the piece. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.2, 1872.

Jacket. Doorman's navy blue jacket with 3 brass buttons, "UL." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Key. Keys for doors and items at the Union League from 1863 to mid-20th century, many with paper labels. Many keys have paper or brass labels. Many labels are made of now brittle paper and have broken apart and are in one bag. There is one large wire ring with brass discs for labeling keys strung on the wire. Some keys have this same type of disc attached to it. One group of keys may be for such items as clock cases or various types of boxes. Location: Shelf EE.4, 1863-circa 1950.

Key. Large key has "LIBBY" molded into it. Framed with woodcut view of "Libby Prison, Richmond, Va. - from a photograph." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf CC.5, undated.

Key, Telegraph. Instrument screwed into circular brass base, tape stuck to top of wood. Used by B. F. Gilmore in Chambersburg, PA at the time of General Robt. Lee's surrender. A clipping was glued to the bottom, which is almost completely lost. One can still see the letters, "Chamber..." presumably Chambersburg. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf CC.4, undated.

Kit, First Aid. Metal first aid cabinet with hangers to hang on wall. Front door opens with hinge on bottom. Has 4 drawers and an area for 4 bottles. The contents of each part are stenciled on the box. The only contents remaining are the wood splints in the top drawer. On door painted, "Insurance First Aid Cabinet..." with a red cross. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.4, undated.

Kit, Medicine. Folding medicine kit case with two snaps, containing 16 bottles of various types of medicines, labeled. There are tall, thin vials within one bottle and capsules in another. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Kit, Mess. Mess kit with knife, fork and spoon fold into handle like a pocket knife. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Knife, Bowie. English style (according to old tag on item) Bowie knife made of Sheffield steel. There is an eagle with a bag in its mouth with "10,000" and an inscription on the blade, "A Californian ask for nothing but w___ ight/ that is___can dig gold from___quart." Gold-printed letters, "FAITH" are on the leather portion of the scabbard. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf BB.4, undated.

Label. 5 brass plates for newspaper shelves with inscriptions, "Railway World", "Record", "Legal Intelligencer", "N.Y. Sun", "New York Post." With 4 screw holes to attach plates to end of flat shelf for newspapers. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.3, undated.

Lamp. 2 tall standing lamps with stand of copper with brass incised decorated bands, circling the stand. White fabric shades. Location: Smoking and Game Room, undated.

Lamp. Brass desk lamp on a pedestal with a hooded rectangular shade and a pull chain. Location: Shelf GG.1, undated.

Lamp. Metal desk lamp painted with a brass color finish with a round base, hooded top and pull chain. Felt on bottom. Location: Shelf GG.1, undated.

Lamp, Electric. Brass, silver coated electric lamp fixture for a banquet table in the shape of a candelabrum with 4 arms and one center piece for light bulbs. 5 original brass pierced design shades with red lining are protecting 5 light bulbs. The shade has 2 griffin heads and flowers incorporated into the design. An electric cord with wall plug attaches to a hole in the base. Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Lamp, Electric. Brass, silver coated electric lamp fixture for a banquet table in the shape of a candelabrum with 4 arms and one center piece for light bulbs. Only one of the 5 original brass pierced design shades is with the piece. It has two griffin heads and flowers incorporated into the design. An electric cord with wall plug attaches to a hole in the base. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.1, undated.

Leather Fragment. Two pieces of leather with slit for two brass buttons tacked together. Leather ripped or cut at the bottom. Location: Shelf DD.4, Root Box 1, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Typing on envelope indicates an Abraham Lincoln association. Possibly from the harness that a horse wore when pulling the Lincoln casket through Philadelphia.

Library Markers. 9 markers for oversized books in the form of wood panels with paper pasted on them with the citations in ink script for books kept on lower shelves. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.3, undated.

Light Shade. Round etched glass light shade with flower and leaf patterns. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.5, undated.

Light shade. Round etched glass light shade with flower and leaf patterns. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.5, undated.

Lithograph. The Union League between the Skyscrapers by Joseph Pennell (plate from "Joseph Pennell's pictures of Philadelphia: reproductions of sixty-four lithographs made by him"). 1926, 1926.

Lithograph. Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon. J. Queen, Del, T. Sinclair, Printer. Philadelphia. Condition: Good. Location: No home location as yet, undated.

Locket. Watch case with works removed with two daguerreotypes of a man in uniform and a woman enclosed. Case has design of flags and cannon. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Mah-jongg. Mah-jongg box with front that slides up, revealing four drawers, containing 144 ivory mounted on wood pieces, carved with numbers and Chinese symbols and characters. Handle for each drawer and handle on top of box. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.3, undated.

Mask, life. Bronze positive (2009) from bronze positive of Lincoln's face, eyes closed, with beard. Original cast was made in February 1865, with Lincoln's hair covered; artist has indicated hair and may have carved beard, 2009.

Matchbook. Cardboard matchbook with matches gone with seal of Union League on the front and a print of the front facade of the Union League on the reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on cover "Merry Christmas and inside, 'Holiday Greetings The Union League of Philadelphia." With chimney wreath and candles on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on cover "Merry Christmas and inside, 'Holiday Greetings The Union League of Philadelphia." With chimney wreath and candles on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on cover "Merry Christmas and inside, 'Holiday Greetings The Union League of Philadelphia." With chimney wreath and candles on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on cover "The Union League of Philadelphia" with seal on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on cover "The Union League of Philadelphia" with seal on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on cover "The Union League of Philadelphia" with seal on reverse. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on cover "The Union League of Philadelphia" with seal on reverse in red and blue on white. Condition: Good. Location: OK shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on reverse "The Union League of Philadelphia" with seal on front. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on reverse "The Union League of Philadelphia" with seal on front. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbook. Printed on reverse "The Union League of Philadelphia" with seal on front. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbox. Blue and gold cardboard match box with wood matches in pull out case, inscribed with script "UL" and "Union League of Philadelphia" and address and web site. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbox. Blue and gold cardboard match box with wood matches in pull out case, inscribed with script "UL" and "Union League of Philadelphia" and address and web site. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Matchbox. Blue and gold cardboard match box with wood matches in pull out case, inscribed with script "UL" and "Union League of Philadelphia" and address and web site. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Measure, Tape. Tape measure in plastic case marked "Zippo" with Union League seal. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf GG.2, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Blue ribbon through a ring attached to a gold medal with three profiles in relief, probably Washington, Lincoln and Grant, surrounded by raised letters, "Father Saviour Defender." On the reverse is an image of a classical style structure with columns and dome surrounded by, "Let us have Peace Dedicated 1897." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1897.

Medal, Commemorative. Gold medal with pin on reverse with crown with a cross through it with, "In hoc signo vinces." Dangling below with links is a round medal with a relief of the Masonic Temple on North Broad St. In Philadelphia. In raised letters, "50th Annual Conclave Knights of Templar of Pennsylvania." On reverse is a relief of the Liberty Bell and "1903 Philadelphia." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1903.

Medal, Commemorative. Keystone shaped silver colored medal with relief of a ship below which are raised letters, "USS Pennsylvania", on reverse, "Launch of the Armored Cruiser Pennsylvania Cramps Shipyard Aug. 22. 1903." Hanging from a red, white and blue ribbon with bar on top with pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1903.

Medal, Commemorative. Red satin ribbon with button above with photographic image of a cabin with an oval inset of a Gen. George Meade with printed, Gen. Meade's headquarters, Gettysburg taken July, 1863." Printed in gold on the ribbon, "Biennial Session of the Grand Council of Penna. Royal Arcanum Gettysburg Penna. May-8-9-10, 1901." On reverse of button is a paper label, "Baltimore Badge..." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1901.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue ribbon printed in gold with bar above printed in gold on white enamel, "Peace Jubilee 1898 Phila" with medal attached below with Philadelphia city seal in gold on a blue and yellow enamel background. Pin on reverse from bar at top with "Souvenir." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue ribbon printed in gold, "Peace Jubilee Oct. 25-26-27, 1898" with medal attached below with dove holding an olive branch On reverse is molded, "Peace Jubilee Oct. 25-27 1898 Philadelphia." Pin on reverse from bar at top with "Souvenir." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue ribbon with pin at the top and burgundy cloth covered button hanging below with "1900" printed on it in silver. On ribbon in silver, "John O'Callahan & Sons Eighth and Sansom Philadelphia." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1900.

Medal, Commemorative. White satin ribbon with button hanging below with photographic image of a field at the Gettysburg battlefield site with stone monuments and fences visible, at the bottom of which is printed, "Bloody Angle from Observatory." On reverse is printed a crown with, "V.M.C. 1105", presumably a veterans group from the Civil War. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. White, red and blue satin ribbon around button with photographic image of an unknown man with shiny copper wire decoration around the button. Hanging below is a blue and yellow ribbon, the colors of Philadelphia, with printed gold letters, "Harmer Club June 19th 1900." Straight pin and linen circular piece sewn on the reverse. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1900.

Medal, Commemorative. 29 medals laid on cotton in a box with a glass lid. Most are G.A.R. National Encampment medals. One medal with a faded blue and yellow ribbon is printed, "Daughters of Veterans" (1899). Included are two corps pins in a three leafed clover shape (see page 172 in Echoes of Glory book, Time-Life). One is engraved, "Col. St. Clair Mulholland 116 Reg.t P.V. Irish Brigade" with the red enamel cracked and about 1/2 missing with pin on reverse. The other clover shaped pin has orange enamel missing from one of the three leaves. The silver clover is suspended by a small chain from a bar with a pin on the reverse and two orange ribbons hang down behind. Another medal reads, "Delegate National Convention American Federation of Catholic Societies Pittsburgh 1909." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.5, Mulholland Collection Box, 1899.

Medal, Commemorative. 5 star medal with bar at top reading, "Delegate", with pin and red, white and blue ribbon behind printed with gold letters, "26th Annual Encampment Department Colorado and Wyoming G.A.R. May 17-19, 1905 Denver." Location: Shelf DD.5, 1905.

Medal, Commemorative. 6 G.A.R. medals, many with ribbons commemorating the yearly meetings of "encampments," which were held in different cities. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. A Congressional Medal of Honor with a bar at the top with a pin on the reverse and 2 torn red, white and blue striped ribbons hanging below. And hanging from that is an eagle above cannons in metal from which tangles a star with a relief of two allegorical figures. On the reverse of the star is engraved, "The Congress to Bvt. Maj. Gen. St. Clair A. Mulholland U.S. Vol. for gallantry at Chancellorsville, Va. May 4th & 5th 1863." This rests in a broken tooled leather case. On the silk lining is printed, "..Wm. Wilson & Son Manufacturers of Silverware...Philada." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.5 Mulholland Collection Box, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Bar at top reading, "Re-unions", with pin and white ribbon behind printed with gold letters, "39th Annual Encampment G.A.R. Denver September, 1905." Location: Shelf DD, 1905.

Medal, Commemorative. Bar with pin on reverse molded, "Boston Faneuil Hall" and relief of this building from which hangs a shield shaped medal with eagle, flag and star, molded, "GAR 51st National Encampment 1917." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1917.

Medal, Commemorative. Bar with pin on reverse molded, "Grand Army of the Republic 1861 Veteran 1866." Hanging from this is a burgundy ribbon with a bar at the bottom molded, "Representative" and linked below this is a round medal with a bas relief of a man surrounded by, "Commander J.D. Hicks." On reverse, "53rd Annual Encampment Dept. of Penna. G.A.R. Lancaster June 1919." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1919.

Medal, Commemorative. Bar with pin on reverse molded, "Grand Army of the Republic 1861 Veteran 1866." Hanging from this is a burgundy ribbon with a bar at the bottom molded, "Representative" and linked below this is a round medal with a bas relief of a man surrounded by, "Commander William Ruhr." On reverse, "5rth Annual Encampment Dept. of Penna. G.A.R. Allentown June 1921." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1921.

Medal, Commemorative. Blue, red and white ribbon with stars and striped with metal bar at the top with pin and reads, "F.C.L." Medal formerly hung from now torn ribbon below has a five pointed star surrounded by laurel leaves with a woman in the center with a soldier and a sailor and a young girl kneeling beneath. on the reverse, "Pat. Nov. 15.87." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1887.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862" in raised letters and inscribed "B.D. Dorr Jan y 1, 1898." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. The top and the bottom of the ribbon have a silver buckle with an "x" pattern through which the ribbon runs at either end. The top buckle has a pin with a keeper attached. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1862.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized Philadelphia December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized Philadelphia December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." Mark on top reverse where solder had attached a medal piece to hold a ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1862.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized Philadelphia December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized Philadelphia December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized Philadelphia December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. At the top of the ribbon a brass safety pin is attached with a paper label reading, "William C. Stiles one of the first members 1862" and on the reverse, "Union League July 4th 1776 1863 Philadelphia Union League W.C. Stiles." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. The ribbon has two silver buckle type rectangles at the top and bottom, the top with a pin and keeper on the reverse. The medal is fixed to a metal dowel pored through glass in a wood frame making a case with a label also enclosed reading, "Presented to Maj. Gen'l H.W. Halleck August 26, 1863, by the Union League of Philadelphia with the freedom of the League House Presented May 3, 1890 to the League by Maj. Gen'l Schuyler Hamilton U.S. Vols." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1890.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse stars around the edge and, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached which links to a metal piece formed to hold a grosgrain striped red, white and blue ribbon. The top and the bottom of the ribbon have a silver buckle with an "x" pattern through which the ribbon runs at either end. The top buckle has a pin with a keeper attached. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1862.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized Philadelphia December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link could be attached. There is no ribbon attached. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached with a red white and blue striped ribbon attached. This medal is in a cardboard box. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized Philadelphia December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link could be attached. This medal is in half of a cardboard box. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached with a red white and blue striped ribbon attached. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached with a red white and blue striped ribbon attached. At either end of the ribbon is a rectangular, silver buckle and onto the top one is a pin and keeper. This medal is in a leather case with velvet lining. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached for a ribbon to be attached. The ribbon is missing. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a medal loop soldered on the top through which a link is attached for the ribbon to be attached. The ribbon is grosgrain, red, white and blue stripes. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." On reverse there are stars around the edge and it is inscribed, "Organized December 27th 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached with a red white and blue striped ribbon attached. At either end of the ribbon is a rectangular, silver buckle and onto the top one is a pin and keeper. This medal is in a leather case with velvet lining. On the lid is a small paper oval sticker with "6890" handwritten on it. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." The reverse is inscribed, "Organized December 27th, 1862." The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached with a red white and blue striped ribbon attached. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Circular Union League medal with a row of stars along the edge and a shield with stripes in the center with a swag going across it inscribed, "E Pluribus Unum." Inscribed "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863." The reverse is plain. The medal has a hole in it through which a link is attached with a red white and blue striped ribbon attached. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Medal, Commemorative. Coin with relief of two iron clad ships with smoke rising encircled by raised letters, "The first battle between iron clad war vessels." On reverse, "The rebel steamer Merrimac with 12 guns, defeated by the Union steamer, Monitor with 2 guns, Hampton Rds., Mar. 9, 1892." encircled by oak leaves. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Colorful striped ribbon with metal band with stars across ii with round medal suspended below with relief of George Pershing. On reverse "The 48 stars victory." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Commemorative medal. On reverse "Equestrian Statue of General Grant presented to the City of Brooklyn by the Union League Club April 25, 1896." On front Grant on a horse and inscribed "April 27, 1822, April 27, 1896. 'Push Things'." Location: Shelf DD, 1896.

Medal, Commemorative. Congressional Medal of Honor (third version, "Gillespie," 1904) with five pointed star with green enameled oak clusters in points and green enameled laurel wreath around it, ring with "United States" of America, and helmeted Minerva in profile in the center, below eagle perched on bar with "VALOR," below light blue ribbon with white stars. On reverse in inscribed, "The Congress to Bvt. Brig. Gen. Henry H. Bingham U.S. Vols. Wilderness, May 6, 1864." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Miscellaneous Military Badges, etc. Box, 1904.

Medal, Commemorative. Congressional Medal of Honor (with replacement ribbon, 1896-1904) with five pointed star with oak cluster at points and laurel clusters within, with ring of 34 stars around it, and "Minerva Repelling Discord" in the center, below eagle perched on canon, below red, blue, white, blue, red ribbon. On reverse in inscribed, "The Congress to Bvt. Brig. Gen. Henry H. Bingham U.S. Vols. Wilderness, May 6, 1864." With light blue neck ribbon and leather case with printed maker's mark inside. Also blue and white rosette, issued 1895. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Miscellaneous Military Badges, etc. Box, 1904.

Medal, Commemorative. Eagle with wings stretched out with "L" imposed on "U" on the chest of the eagle in brass on blue enamel (?). Behind eagle's head is a brass ribbon with Union League of Philadelphia. The eagle is attached to a brass bar from which suspends a red, white and blue striped ribbon inscribed with gold letters, "Director." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, UL medals Box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Gold disc with medal eagle soldered on surrounded by stars and "Union League." Attached to a red, white and blue ribbon with a brass pin at the top. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, UL medals Box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Medal button with straight pin on reverse with stars and striped ribbon hanging below. Printed on button, "C. Day Rudy for Division Commander" with a photo of him inside a keystone shape. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, Green Collection Box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Medal hanging from red, white and blue ribbon with a bar at the top inscribed, "First Defender" with the keystone and PA seal between the two letters. The metal below has a relief of the Capitol building with surrounding letters, "First in defence of the Capitol, April 18, 1801. Below is another metal reading, "Medal of Honor presented by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Ringgold Light Art'y..." These are mounted in a mat of black velvet, along with an inscribed metal tag that has become dislodged. This is inside a wood frame held together with string. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Medal with 4 ends of canons visible protruding as if behind a metal circle with an eagle on top. In the center is, "SV" surrounded by "Gratia Dei Servatue MDCCCLXXXI" with a red, white and blue ribbon above with a metal bar with pin reading, "Filii Vereranorum." In cardboard box inscribed, "Joseph K. Davidson's Sons Manufacturing Jewelers 210 S. 13th Street Philadelphia." Location: Shelf DD, 1881.

Medal, Commemorative. Medal with red and blue cross with stars in center. Bar at top with cross below with, "Souvenir 9th Annual Reunion Charleston S.C. United Confederate Veterans May 10-13, 1899." Location: Shelf DD, 1899.

Medal, Commemorative. Medal with relief of profile of Meade surrounded by, "George G. Meade Post No. 1. Department of Pennsylvania, G.A.R." On reverse on circular band looks like a belt with buckle with "US" is molded, "Una patria unum vexillum." This medal has a soldered link at the top which attaches to a blue ribbon with yellow and red embroidery reading, "GAR Meade Post Philadelphia." Above ribbon is a bar with horse head, horseshoes, anchor, sword, spur and bayonet and pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: OK shelf DD in Civil War Veterans box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Medal with straight pin on reverse with green and yellow ribbon hanging below with "Sons of Veterans" printed in silver. Bar at top has Liberty Bell and date, "1899." Circular medal hangs below with, "VS G.A.R. 33rd National Encampment." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, Green Collection Box, 1899.

Medal, Commemorative. Medal with straight pin on reverse with red, white and blue ribbon hanging below with "Sons of Veterans" printed in gold. Bar at top has "Souvenir." Maltese cross hangs below with, "Sons of Veterans. " On the reverse is the Lord's Prayer. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, Green Collection Box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Medals of various shapes all relating to American Legion Conventions from Philadelphia, Harrisburg and all over the country. Not catalogued individually on PastPerfect, but all are numbered individually. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Metal bar engraved with, "Souvenir." Below this connected by a two links is a badge with, "28 National Encampment Pittsburgh, PA, 1894" with a star in the center surrounded by, "Grand Army of the Republic 1861 Veteran 1866." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1894.

Medal, Commemorative. Metal bar with shield and pin on reverse with red, white and blue striped ribbon, hanging from this is a metal link to a round silver medal with canon, flags and drum. On reverse, "25th Anniversary of the Order of Loyal Legion Held at Philad'a, PA April 15-17 1890." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1890.

Medal, Commemorative. Metal cross with "SV" in center with crossed canons and eagle on top suspended from a navy, maroon and white ribbon with a pin. In a black cardboard box. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Pig shape over pot of beans with molded, "Boston 18 G.A.R. 90 Beans." Solder on reverse of pig where pin formerly attached. Hole bored at top of pig's back. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Red ribbon with stiffened paper band at the top printed with, "Souvenir" below printed in gold, "27th Encampment G.A.R. 1906 Greelley." Location: Shelf DD, 1906.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue ribbon with medal below with spread eagle, with raised letters, "Lex Regit Arma Tuentur." "Loyal Legion..." on reverse. In cardboard box with "Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States" printed on the lid. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue ribbon with metal bar at the top with pin on the reverse with star shaped metal at bottom molded, "Annual Encampment Pennsylvania Division Sons of Veterans USA Allentown June 16.28. 1903." Engraved on reverse, "The C. G. Braxmap...NY." Location: Shelf DD, 1903.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue satin ribbon with gold printed, "34th Annual Encampment Dept. Colorado & Wyoming." Medal below with "G.A.R. Denver, Colo. June 2,3,4, 1913." Above ribbon is a bar with pin reading, "Delegate." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box, 1913.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue satin ribbon with gold printed, "Delegate 22nd Department Encampment G.A.R. Pueblo Colorado April 10-12, 1901." On bar at top surrounded by ornate gold colored metal, "Colorado & Wyoming." Medal below has eagle, flag and star. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box, 1901.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue striped and starred ribbon with fringe at bottom, hanging from metal button with straight pin on reverse. Mermaid printed on pin with "Welcome G.A.R., Sept., 19-24, 1910. Atlantic City N.J." and on reverse on paper label printed, "Atlantic City Electric Co. Buttons made by Whitehead and Hoag Co. Newark N.J..." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1910.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue striped ribbon hanging from bar molded, "Souvenir." Printed in gold on ribbon, "Dedication McKinley Monument June 6th 1908." Hanging from link from ribbon is medal cross with profile of McKinley surrounded by, "McKinley 1901" (the year of his assassination). Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1908.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue striped ribbon sewn to copper bar engraved with, "Souvenir." Below this is a spread eagle and dangling from this is a badge shape with a star in the center engraved with, "26th Natl. Encampment Washington Sept. 21st, 1892" and "GAR" in the center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1892.

Medal, Commemorative. Red, white and blue striped ribbon with fringe at bottom, hanging from metal button with straight pin on reverse. Eagle, flag and star printed on pin with "Grand Army of the Republic 1861 Veteran 1866" printed within star. Printed in gold on ribbon, "Post No. 5 G.A.R. Memorial Day 1910." Printed on paper label on reverse of pin, "Made by Ehrman Mfg. Co. Boston, Mass Factory Milford, N.H." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1910.

Medal, Commemorative. Relief of Lincoln in profile with molded around edge, "With malice towards none with charity for all 1809 1909." On reverse is a relief of a laurel bough and an oak bough tied with a bow with a star at the top and below, "This medal was struck for the Grand Army of the Republic in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD in Civil War Veterans box, 1909.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with Liberty Bell around molded, "Proclaim Liberty throughout the land unto all the inhabitants thereof, Liberty Bell 1776 1876 Lev. XXV VX." Hanging from a red, white and blue ribbon with bar at top with crossed rifles and shield with pin behind. On the reverse of the metal is Independence Hall." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with photo of building glued to medal. Building is a composite of two 4 story federal townhouses with two stories built above. Red, white and blue ribbon above with metal bar at top. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with print of William Penn flanked by two shields with symbols, inscribed around the edges, "Founders Week Oct. 4-10, 1908/ Phila." Below are three ribbons, one yellow and two blue printed with, "225th Anniversary Founders Week Oct. 4-10, 1908, Phila." On reverse is a pin and a paper label, "Columbus, Ohio The M.C. Lilley & Co. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1908.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with relief of Brooklyn Bridge with boats with two ovals with symbols below and a hole in the top for a ring to be attached. Around top edge inscribed, "A Monument to American Genius" and at the bottom, "Finis Coronat Opus." On the reverse, "A Souvenir to Commemorate the Opening of the Brooklyn and New York Bridge May 24, 1883 copyright secured." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1883.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with relief of bust of William Penn with inscription along the edge, "Penn 1682." On reverse is a relief of the PA coat of arms around which is inscribed, "Distributed by employees of U.S. Mint during the celebration of Pennsylvania's Bi-centennial. Oct. 24, 1882." Hole at top with ring through with red ribbon attached to a safety pin. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1882.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with relief of full figure of William Penn with inscription along the edge, "William Penn Founder of Pennsylvania." On reverse is a relief of a house with, "Penn's House 1682-1882." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with relief of woman in flowing gown holding a horn of plenty and a chalice and ministering to two soldiers. Molded around edge, "We give our wealth for those who give their health for us." Below, "Schussell Inv. Paquet." On reverse, "In commemoration of the Great Central Fair for the U.S. Sanitary Commission held at Philadelphia June 1864." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1864.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medal with relief of woman in flowing gown holding a horn of plenty and a chalice and ministering to two soldiers. Molded around edge, "We give our wealth for those who give their health for us." Below, "Schussell Inv. Paquet." On reverse, "In commemoration of the Great Central Fair for the U.S. Sanitary Commission held at Philadelphia June 1864." A leather case with a metal clasp is with the medal, but not stored in it as it is too tight to remove medal easily. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Round medallion or pin with twisted metal around edges surrounding two oval portraits of men in naval uniforms, under which is printed, "Geo. D. Poinsett Chs. A. Smith." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Round metal with relief of a boy and inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia Award" and "Love of Country Leads" with blue enamel and red, white and blue grosgrain ribbon. Inscribed on reverse, "Leland W. Newell 1985." Pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1985.

Medal, Commemorative. Round metal with relief of a boy and inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia Award" and "Love of Country Leads" with blue enamel and red, white and blue grosgrain ribbon. Inscribed on reverse, "Mikel Frazier 1985." Pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1985.

Medal, Commemorative. Round metal with relief of a boy and inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia Award" and "Love of Country Leads" with blue enamel and red, white and blue grosgrain ribbon. Inscribed on reverse, "Timothy P. McMenaman 1987." Pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1987.

Medal, Commemorative. Round metal with relief of a boy and inscribed, "The Union League of Philadelphia Award" and "Love of Country Leads" with blue enamel and red, white and blue grosgrain ribbon. Inscribed on reverse, "William Carroll." Pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Round metal with relief profile of General George Meade with raised letters surrounding, "Presented July 4th 1866 to Major Genl. George G. Meade by the Union League of Philadelphia as a token of the gratitude of his countrymen." The reverse has female allegorical seated figure giving staff to Grant, inscribed around edge, "The victor of Gettysburg, the deliverer of the state, the faithful soldier of our country." in black leather case with blue velvet interior. Medal issued for general distribution after gold presentation medal designed by Anthony C. Paquet. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1866.

Medal, Commemorative. Round silver metal with relief of allegorical figure in center with inscription along edge, "Twenty Fourth Nat'l Encampment G.A.R. Boston, Mass 1890." On reverse is star with "Grand Army of the Republic 1861 Veteran 1966" in circle. Outside this is "Fraternity Charity Loyalty." Medal hangs from a bar holding a red, white and blue ribbon with a bar at the top with two crowns and a horse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1966.

Medal, Commemorative. Round with molded inscription, "Union League Philadelphia July 4th 1776 1863" and on reverse, "Organized December 27th 1862." In a red box with black velvet lining. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Round, silver medal with pierced hole in top with link to red, white and blue ribbon with knot at the top. Molded into medal, "29th National Encampment Sept. Louisville 1895." On reverse, plain with engraved, "Heeren Bros. & Co. Pitts. Pa." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, 1895.

Medal, Commemorative. Silver colored medal inscribed, "Union League 1863 Lancaster, Penna." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Silver colored medal inscribed, "Union League 1863 Lancaster, Penna." Condition: Good. Location: OK shelf DD in UL box, 1863.

Medal, Commemorative. Silver cross hanging from bar inscribed, "co K 4 P.R.V.G. 33 Regt. Penn. S.M. Haldeman war 1861-5" with pin on back. Location: Shelf DD, 1865.

Medal, Commemorative. Star shaped medal with relief of soldier, sailor and children with molded, "Grand Army of the Republic 1861 Veteran 1866." This suspended from a yellow ribbon with stars and stripes flag below bar with eagle with pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Star shaped metal with group of figures surrounded by "Grand Army of the Republic. 1861 Veteran 1866." Symbols on reverse with a red, white and blue ribbon above with a spread eagle above with a pin. Location: Shelf DD, 1966.

Medal, Commemorative. Star shaped metal with group of figures surrounded by "Grand Army of the Republic. 1861 Veteran 1866." Symbols on reverse with a red, white and blue ribbon above with a spread eagle above with a pin. Location: Shelf DD, 1866.

Medal, Commemorative. Two medals set into red velvet mat in ornate gilt frame. In raised letters around the perimeter, "Abraham Lincoln" with his profile. Other medal with reverse showing, "1809 1909 With Malice Toward None with Charity For All" with relief of symbols, American shield, feather and laurel branch. Commemorating the centennial of Lincoln's birth. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.2, 1909.

Medal, Commemorative. Union League Lincoln Day badge with blue large button with red, white and blue ribbon hanging from it, 2003. Location: Shelf DD.2, 2003.

Medal, Commemorative. Union League Lincoln Day badge with blue large button with red, white and blue ribbon hanging from it, 2004. Location: Shelf DD.2, 2004.

Medal, Commemorative. Union League Lincoln Day badge with blue large button with red, white and blue ribbon hanging from it, 2005. Location: Shelf DD.2, 2005.

Medal, Commemorative. Union League Loyal inscribed on front of commemorative medal, "1844" on the reverse along with head of a woman. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1844.

Medal, Commemorative. Veterans of Foreign Wars medal in star shape with red, white and blue ribbon. Pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. World War I brass medal with image of horse on train car with man hanging from a blue ribbon with a bar and pin at top. Molded letters on box car read, "40 Hommes & Chevaux." The "40/8ers" were 28th Division of the National Guard in France, American troops, the American Expeditionary Forces, that transported troops in box cars. 40 men or eight horses could fit in one car, hence the name. Location: Shelf DD.4, Root Box 1, undated.

Medal, Commemorative. Yellow satin ribbon with silver printed, "State 51st Nat'l Encampment." Above ribbon is a bar with pin with eagle. Below ribbon is medal with relief of Patterson surrounded by lettering, "W.J. Patterson Commander-in-chief G.A.R." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box Ribbon, Commemorative, undated.

Medal, Military. Circular metal with raised letters, "To our fallen brave 1861-1865 A.C. Washington Grays Semi Centl Annivarsary April 19, 1872" surrounded with oak branches. On the reverse, "Lt. Cols. Martin. Whelan. Hawkins. Hall. Majors. Chandler. Suplee. Wood. Captains. Warner. Airey. Kneass. Walker. Lieuts. Sill. Brinley. Bowen. Engle. Pollock. Scott. U.S. Vols." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1872.

Medal, Military. Congressional Medal of Honor with star medal with allegorical female figure ousting a foe, this surmounted by a spread eagle below a red, white and blue ribbon with a bar on the top with pin. On the reverse of the star inscribed, "The Congress To Captain Walter H. Cooke Co. K. 4th PA. Vols." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Misc. Military Badges etc. Box, undated.

Medal, Military. Congressional Medal of Honor with star medal with allegorical figure surrounded by the inscription, "United States of America" and above the star, "Valor", this surmounted by a spread eagle below a blue ribbon with white stars with a pin. On the reverse is inscribed, "The Congress to Captain Walter H. Cooke Co. K 4th Pa. Inf. Vol. 8 Bull Run, July 21, 1861. A matching neck ribbon was found, although it was separated from this medal, process of elimination points to the two being a pair. It is a blue grosgrain ribbon with white stars on one end with a silver metal clasp, about 21" long. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Misc. Military badges etc. Box, undated.

Medal, Military. Metal bar with yellow and blue ribbon hanging below with loop and round medallion with relief of profile of man in military jacket, surrounded by raised letters, "Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McCellan" and on reverse, "Unveiling of the statue Oct. 24, 1894 Philadelphia." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1894.

Medal, Military. Round disc with relief of crossed rifles with raised letters, 28 USV Twenty Eighth Infantry United States Volunteers." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Military. Star shaped medal with relief presumably of Stewart surrounded by, "Geo. Thomas J. Stewart Medal 61-65." On reverse, "Drill Attendance Duty 100%" with blue and yellow ribbon and pin in blue box. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1865.

Medal, Military. World War II, U.S. Army. Red and white striped ribbon with link attached with bronze medal attached with eagle and molded around edge, "Efficiency, Honor, Fidelity" and on reverse, "For Good Conduct" with pin on reverse of ribbon. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1941-1945.

Medal, Political. Black and white ribbon with button attached in center with the American flag and the PA flag with "RLP" in the center. Printed in gold on the ribbon, "Delegate Pennsylvania State League of Republican Clubs Philadelphia June17, 18, 19, 1906." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1906.

Medal, Political. Brass bar and shield connected by blue ribbon with molded, "Republican Invincibles Philadelphia 1860." On reverse, "The Chas. M. Robbins Co. Attler[?] ock, Mass." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Medal, Political. Keystone shaped silver colored metal (tin?) with a hole pierced in the top and a relief of a bust of a man with a moustache with molded letters, "In -Commemoration of the Inauguration of Edwin S. Stuart 26th Governor of Pennsylvania Jan. 15 A.D. 1907." On reverse, "The Capitol of Pennsylvania at Harrisburg Dedicated October 4, A.D. 1906." Location: Political Campaigns, not Phila. Box, pre 1941, 1906.

Medal, Political. Medal with pin on reverse and maroon ribbon suspended from the top medal part and a medal part suspended from of the ribbon with a Liberty Bell relief. In the upper part is a relief of Abraham Lincoln and graped stars and stripes. Molded letter, "Honorary Assistant Sergeant at Arms 1948 Philadelphia Republican National Convention." On reverse molded, "Bastian Bros. Co. Rochester, NY." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Political Campaigns Not Local Box, 1948.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927."

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927." With a cardboard box with inscription. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1927.

Medal, Political. Profile of Calvin Coolidge with inscription, "Armor Patriae Ducit." On reverse spread eagle with, "President Calvin Coolidge Honorary Member the Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1927." With cardboard box.

The medal was issued for general distribution from the gold medal designed by Darrell C. Crain presented to President Coolidge on his visit to the Union League on Founder's Day, Nov. 17, 1927, when he was made an honorary member of the Union League. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1927.

Medal, Political. Purple ribbon with button attached below with the American flag and the PA flag with "RLP" in the center. Printed in gold on the ribbon, "Delegate." On reverse of the button, "Republican League 17th Annual Conv. Sept. 21-22nd 1904 Pennsylvania." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1904.

Medal, Political. Red, white and blue ribbon with medal attached below with molded letters, "Golden Jubilee Convention National Republican League" with names and a profile of Abraham Lincoln. On reverse is a relief of a building with, "Meeting place of First National Republican Convention 1856 1906 Musical Fund Hall Philadelphia PA June 17-19, 1906." Pin on reverse from bar at top. Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1906.

Medal, Political. Red, white and blue ribbon with silver-colored medal attached below with molded letters, "Jubilee Convention National Republican League" and a profile of Abraham Lincoln. On reverse is a relief of a building with, "National Republican Convention 1856-1906 Musical Fund Hall Philadelphia PA June 17-19." Pin on reverse from bar at top with "Souvenir." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman Collection Box, 1906.

Metal Fragment. Circular metal plug which was a fragment from the destroyed ship, inscribed, "U.S. Battle S. Maine Feb. 15, 1899." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1899.

Mold, Ball. 9 half circular ball molds set into a rectangular bar with a knob or handle on the reverse side. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Mug. 4 glass mugs with thick bottom with pattern of facets like spokes of a wheel. Blue "UL" monogram with "L" inside the "U." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Mug. Mug with Union League seal and inscribed, "Pirate's Table 1977." Location: Shelf CC.5, 1977.

Napkin. White, woven with floral designs. Inscription printed in black ink diagonally across one corner, "Union League Philadelphia." Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Napkin. Peach colored napkin with Union League seal woven in and oak leaf decoration. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Napkin. Peach colored napkin with Union League seal woven in and oak leaf decoration. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Napkin. Peach colored napkin with Union League seal woven in and oak leaf decoration. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Napkin. Peach colored napkin with Union League seal woven in and oak leaf decoration. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Napkin, Ring. Black napkin ring with silver glittery oval with "2000" distributed at the Millennium 2000 Union League party. Location: Shelf HH.4 (with Tote Bag), 1999.

Necklace. Blue beaded chain with round, flat pendant with gold printing, "Happy New Year 2006" with seal of Union League with the stars and stripes shield. Location: Shelf, DD Union League metals and jewelry box, 2006.

Necktie. Black necktie with stars and stripes shield and "The Union League" embroidered near the bottom and on the reverse. Printed on a white tag on the reverse, "Made expressly for the Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Black, brown, olive, green and white necktie with a irregular pattern of squares with label sewn on reverse printed, "Made expressly for The Union League of Philadelphia." Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Navy blue and gold striped necktie. Printed on a white tag on the reverse, "Made expressly for the Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Navy blue background with gold elephants necktie. Printed on a white tag on the reverse, "Made expressly for the Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Navy blue necktie with gold striped diagonally. Pocket watch and "UL" design in the navy stripe. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, undated.

Necktie. Navy blue necktie with printed symbol near the top with a "K" and "Kindergarten Club" near the bottom. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1 (in textile box with other ties), undated.

Necktie. Navy blue necktie with red and white shields with impala type head above in brown. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.1, undated.

Necktie. Navy blue necktie with yellow elephants, with tag reading, "Made expressly for the Union League of Philadelphia. Other tag, "...London 400 made in the U.S.A." Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Gold necktie with stars and stripes shield and "The Union League" embroidered near the bottom and on the reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Navy blue with printed symbol near the top with a "K" and "Kindergarten Club" near the bottom. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Navy blue with printed symbol near the top with a "K" and "Kindergarten Club" near the bottom. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Necktie. Union League grey necktie with black monogram design all over tie, worn by board members at New Year's Day reception. Tag on reverse, "Made expressly for Union League." Location: Shelf BB.1, undated.

Necktie. Union League grey necktie with black monogram worn by board members at New Year's Day reception, 2003. Location: Shelf BB.2, 2003.

Necktie, Tack. Union League tie tack with enameled seal with shield in red, white and blue. Location: Shelf DD, Union League medals and jewelry box, undated.

Nutcracker. Two nutcrackers with two parts with hinge at top with "UL" script monogram on handle on one side. Zigzag dot pattern on cracker portion. Round knobs at bottom of handles. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Opener, Bottle. Implement with spoon on one end and ring for a bottle opener on the other end. Engraved on the handle, "Union League Club of Chicago" with leaf and flower design on spoon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Ornament, Christmas Tree. Gold colored metal hinged Christmas ornament which opens like a book with a reproduction of the portrait of A. Lincoln by Edward Marchant on the front. Inside molded into the metal is, "The Union League of Philadelphia 140th Anniversary November 9, 2002 1862-2002. Metal loop with chord to top. In gold cardboard box with "140th Anniversary" printed on top. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Ornament, Christmas Tree. Oval Christmas ornament with shiny blue and gold outer area with two American flags at the bottom surrounding a 3-d image of the Union League building in gold colored metal with loop at the top with a ribbon attached. In a blue box with velvet lining. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Ornament, Christmas Tree. Oval Christmas ornament with shiny blue and gold outer area with two American flags at the bottom surrounding a 3-d image of the Union League building in gold colored metal with loop at the top with a ribbon attached. In a blue box with velvet lining. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Ornament, Christmas Tree. Union League Christmas ornament with gold plated metal, Rococo style gaudy frame around reproduction of Thomas Sully's painting of George Washington mounted from Union League painting collection, 2003 with gold string for hanging in red cardboard box. Engraved on reverse, "3rd Annual Union League Commemorative 2003." Location: Shelf HH.2, 2003.

Ornament, Christmas Tree. Union League Christmas ornament with gold plated metal, Rococo style gaudy frame around reproduction of Thomas Sully's painting of George Washington mounted from Union League painting collection, 2003 with gold string for hanging in red cardboard box. Engraved on reverse, "3rd Annual Union League Commemorative 2003." Location: Shelf HH.2, 2003.

Ornament, Christmas Tree. Union League Christmas ornament with gold plated metal, Rococo style gaudy frame around reproduction of Thomas Sully's painting of George Washington mounted from Union League painting collection, 2003 with gold string for hanging in red cardboard box. Engraved on reverse, "3rd Annual Union League Commemorative 2003." Location: Shelf HH.2, 2003.

Paddle. Grant, Colfax Presidential political campaign paddle made of thin wood with bust of two men printed on one side of the paddle inscribed 'Hero and Statesman. Constitution Grant and Colfax." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf CC.1 in box, undated.

Paint. Two discs of paint adhering to fabric with designs of stripes in gold, browns and green. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.6, undated.

Painting. Achille Georges Fould

French, 1865 [?]-1951

Flower Girl, 1855

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "ACHILLE FOULD./1885."

Gift of Mrs. Adele Shivers, 1980.

Condition: Fair, 1885.

Painting. Adolph Borie

American, 1877-1934

George Stuart Patterson (1868-1943)

Oil on canvas; 32 x 27 inches

Signed at upper right: "Adolph Borie"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated. Location: Lincoln Hall, undated.

Painting. Adriaan M. de Groot

Dutch, 1870-1942

Theodore Roosevelt (1882-1945)

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Adriaan M. de Groot"

Source unknown.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Alexandre René Veron

French, 1826-1897

Bringing in the Hay, 1861

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "AR VERON. 1861"

Probably gift of E.C. Knight.

Condition: Good, 1861.

Painting. Alice Kent Stoddard

American, 1885-1976

Melville Griffith Baker (1875-1930)

Oil on canvas, 36 x 30 inches

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, undated.

Painting. American, 1822-1891

Reclining Female Nude

Oil on canvas

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower right: "J. H. LAZARUS/New York 1890" Gift of Christie and John Hastings, 2001 Reclining female nude with arm on rock gazing at two yellow butterflies. Landscape and columned portico in the distance.

Condition: Fair. Location: Fell Room, 2001.

Painting. Antony Lamor

American, born Hungary, circa 1824

John Frederick Hartranft (1830-1889)

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "A. Lamor"

Gift of an anonymous donor on the occasion of the sitter's retirement from the office of Governor of Pennsylvania.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Antony Lamor

after a photograph by Frederick Gutekunst

American, nineteenth-century

Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822-1885)

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Lamor"

Gift of Frederick Gutekunst, 1892.

Condition: Excellent, 1892.

Painting. Arturo Ricci

Italian, born 1854

Declaration of Love

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Arturo Ricci"

Presented by the Art Association, 1920, gift of Mrs. John F.

Combs.

Condition: Good, 1920.

Painting. Augustus Goodyear Heaton

American, 1844-1930

Washington Presenting Governor Dinwiddie's Letter to Chevalier Legardeur de Saint Pierre, 1864

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "A.G. Heaton/Phila. 1864."

Condition: Fair, 1864.

Painting. B. Hiram Danzi

Nationality and life dates unknown

James F. Hope (1843-1913), 1910

Oil on canvas; 40 x 30 inches

Signed and dated at upper left: "B. Hiram Danzi/1910"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor. Location: Lincoln Hall, undated.

Painting. Boleslaw Czedekowski

Nationality and life dates unknown

Henry B. Bryans (1887-1972), 1949

Oil on canvas; 42 x 34 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Czedekowski B. 1949."

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1949.

Painting. Cameron Burnside

American, born England, 1887-1952

Archie D. Swift (1877-1961), 1943

Oil on canvas; 38 ¾ x 29 ¼ inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "CAMERON BURNSIDE 1943"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, 1943.

Painting. Cameron Burnside

American, born England, 1887-1952

William I. Schaffer (1867-1953, 1945)

Oil on canvas; 41 ¾ x 31 ¾ inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "CAMERON BURNSIDE 1945"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, 1945.

Painting. Cesare Maccari

Italian, 1840-1919

The Zither Player, 1874

Oil on canvas

Presented by the Art Association, 1886.

Condition: Fair, 1886.

Painting. Charles Paul Gruppe

American, 1860-1940

Man Driving Sheep Down a Country Road

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Chas. P. Gruppe."

Presented by the Ladies' Committee, 1987

Purchased, April 16, 1987.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Christopher H. Shearer

American, 1840-1926

On the Wissahickon, 1898

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "C.H. Shearer 1898"

Gift of Mrs. Adele Shivers, 1980.

Condition: Good, 1898.

Painting. Clarence W. Snyder

American, 1873-1948

William Howard Taft (1857-1930)

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at upper left: "Clarence W Snyder/1925"

Purchased from the artist, 1926.

Condition: Good, 1926.

Painting. Daniel Hernandez

Peruvian, 1856-1910

A Whiff of Comfort

Watercolor and gouache on paper

Signed at upper right: "D. Hernandez/Roma"

Presented by the Art Association, 1884.

Condition: Poor, 1884.

Painting. Daniel Ridgway Knight

American, 1840-1924

George Gordon Meade (1815-1872), 1887

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated: "D.R. Knight/1887."

Condition: Not rated, 1887.

Painting. David Benjamin Bechtel

American, 1833-1908

Admiral John Ancrum Winslow (1811-1873)

Oil on panel

Signed at lower right: "D.B. Bechtel"

Purchased from the artist and presented by the Art Association.

Condition: Good. Location: 15th Street, 1st floor Hallway, undated.

Painting. David W. Coolidge

Member of the Union League

American, born 1935

The Union League of Philadelphia

Watercolor on paper

Signed at lower right: "David Coolidge"

Purchased from the artist.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Dean Fausett

American, born 1913

Millard D. Brown (1882-1957)

Oil on board; 35 ½ x 291/4 inches

Signed at lower right: "D. Fausett"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair, undated.

Painting. Edmund Darch Lewis

American, 1835-1910

Harper's Ferry after the War, 1867

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "Edmund D. Lewis/1867"

Gift of Frank Tracy Griswold, 1918.

Condition: Good, 1918.

Painting. Eduard Grützner (School of)

German, 1846-1925

The Wine Tasters,1863

Oil on canvas

Gift of Edwin North Benson, circa 1873.

Condition: Good, circa 1873.

Painting. Edward Dalton Marchant

American, 1806-1887

Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), 1863

Oil on canvas

Signed, dated, and inscribed at middle left: "E.D. Marchant/From Life 1863."

Condition: Good, 1863.
Scope and Contents note

Commissioned by members and friends of the Union League. The artist has represented Lincoln with his arm resting on a table, the Emancipation Proclamation before him. In the background, we can see the lower part of a statue of Liberty; the chains of slavery are shown broken around her feet, foreshadowing the North's victory and the end of slavery.

Painting. Edward Dalton Marchant

American, 1806-1877

Charles Izard Maceuen (d. 1865), 1865

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "E D Marchant/1865."

Presented by the members of the Union League, 1866.

Condition: Good, 1866.

Painting. Edward Dalton Marchant

American, 1806-1877

Thaddeus Stevens (1792-1868), 1866

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "E.D. Marchant/1866"

Presented by the members of the Union League, 1866.

Condition: Fair, 1866.

Painting. Edward Dalton Marchant

Member of the Union League

American, 1806-1877

Horace Binney, Sr. (1780-1875)

Oil on canvas

Gift of the artist, 1868.

Condition: Fair, 1868.

Painting. Edward Dalton Marchant

American, 1806-1877

Henry Charles Carey (1793-1879)

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "E.D. Marchant"

Gift of Mrs. Mary W. F. Howe, J. Gillingham Fell Estate, 1901.

Condition: Good, 1901.

Painting. Edward Dalton Marchant

American, 1806-1877

Hannibal Hamlin (1809-1891)

Signed at middle right: "E.D. Marchant"

Oil on canvas.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Edward Dalton Marchant

American, 1806-1877

Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), 1840

Oil on canvas

Signed, dated, and inscribed at middle left: "Painted from the Life/in rapid sittings on the 8th and 9th, Jan. 1839. [sic]/at New Orleans/by E.D. Marchant"

Gift of James L. Claghorn.

Condition: Good, 1840.

Painting. Edward Lis

American, born Poland; twentieth century

David B. James, Jr. (1905-1960)

Oil on canvas; 39 ½ x 31 ½ inches

Signed at lower right: "Edward Lis"

Purchase.

Condition: Poor, undated.

Painting. Edward Moran

American, 1829-1901

Marine, 1871

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "Edward Moran 1871."

Condition: Good, 1871.
Scope and Contents note

The ship in this painting flies an American and a French flag. It has been suggested that the city in the distance is Le Havre.

Painting. Edwin Lord Weeks

American, 1849-1903

Gate of the Fortress at Agra, 1875

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "E.L. Weeks/75"

Presented by the Art Association.

Condition: Good, 1875.

Painting. Elsa Koenig Nitzche

American, 1880-1952

The Newsboy

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Elsa Koenig"

Gift of Edward T. Stotesbury, 1906.

Condition: Good, 1906.

Painting. Everett Raymond Kinstler

American, born 1926

George H. W. Bush (born 1924)

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "Everett Raymond Kinstler/1999"

Signed, dated, and inscribed on verso: "President George Bush/© Everett Raymond Kinstler/--1999-"

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. McNeil in Honor of Henry S.

McNeil, 1999

Condition: Excellent, 1999.

Painting. Everett Raymond Kinstler

American, born 1926

Gerald R. Ford (born 1913)

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "Everett Raymond Kinstler/2004"

Signed, dated, and inscribed on verso: "U.S. President Gerald R.

Ford/© Everett Raymond Kinstler/2003/10th official GRF-ERK

Portrait/(Based on ERK official/White House Portrait 1977)"

Gift of the Thornton D. and Elizabeth S. Hooper Foundation, 2004.

Condition: Excellent, 2004.

Painting. Fedor Encke

Nationality unknown, 1831-1936

Joseph G. Darlington (1842-1908), 1903

Oil on canvas; 30 x 24 inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "Fedor Encke. 1903."

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair. Location: Lincoln Hall, 1903.

Painting. Francesco Bergamini

Italian, 1815-1883

The Music Lesson

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "F Bergamini"

Source unknown.

Condition: Excellent. Location: Reception Room, undated.

Painting. François Flameng

French, 1856-1923

On the Field of Honor, 1884

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "François-FLAMENG-84"

Presented by the Art Association, 1889.

Condition: Good. Location: Reception Room, 1889.

Painting. Frederick Judd Waugh

American, 1861-1940

Under Convoy-Destroyer and Troop Ship

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Waugh"

Gift of States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, 1919.

Condition: Fair, 1919.

Painting. Fritz Beinke

German, 1842-1907

Feeding the Pigeons, 1868

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "F. Beinke Dec 1868."

Source unknown.

Condition: Fair. Location: Meade Room, 1868.

Painting. Furman J. Finck

American, 1900-1997

Dwight David Eisenhower (1890-1969), 1954

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Furman J. Finck ©"

Gift of Dr. Robert L. Johnson, 1956.

Condition: Excellent, 1956.

Painting. Gabriel de Cool

French, born 1854

The Old Miner, 1906

Pastel on paper

Signed and dated at lower left: "Gabriel de Cool/1906"

Gift of Edward T. Stotesbury.

Condition: Good. Location: Old Café, 1906.

Painting. Gardner Cox

American, 1906-1988

Thomas B. McCabe (born 1893), 1963

Oil on canvas; 40 ¾ x 32 ½ inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "Gardner Cox/1963"

Commissioned by the Union League, 1963.

Condition: Fair, 1963.

Painting. George Gibbs

American, 1870-1942

Frank McCulley Hardt (1879-1949)

Oil on canvas; 40 x 32 inches

Signed at lower right: "George Gibbs"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, undated.

Painting. George Henry Smillie

American, 1840-1921

Light and Shadow along the Shore

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "Geo. H. Smillie--/1887."

Presented by the Art Association, 1888.

Condition: Excellent, 1888.

Painting. George Herzog (possibly)

American, nineteenth-century

Over mantel painting

Oil on canvas, mounted on wood

Possibly part of 1889 redecoration.

Condition: Good, 19th century.

Painting. George Peter Alexander Healy

American, 1813-1894

Daniel Webster (1782-1852), 1864

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "G. P. A. Healy/1864"

Purchase, 1870.

Condition: Excellent, 1870.

Painting. George W. Pettit after Albert Bernard Uhle

American, nineteenth-century

George S. Pepper (1808-1899)

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "G W Pettit"

Acquired 1894.

Condition: Excellent. Location: Library, 1894.

Painting. Grant Miles Simon

American, 1888-1967

Off Shore

Watercolor on paper

Signed at lower left: "GRANT SIMON"

Gift of the artist.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Henry J. Harris

American, active 1884-1914

Broad Street, 1914

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "H.J. Harris 1914"

Purchased in 1938, to mark the 73rd anniversary of the opening of the Broad Street building.

Condition: Good, 1914.

Painting. Henry Rittenberg

American, 1879-1969

William Tatem Tilden (1855-1915)

Oil on canvas; 40 x 32 inches

Signed at upper left: "Rittenberg"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, undated.

Painting. Henry Salem Hubbell

American, 1870-1949

The Coachman

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Henry S. Hubbell-"

Gift of Edward T. Stotesbury.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Hermann Ziebland

German, 1853-1896

The Swordsman

Oil on panel

Signed and inscribed at lower left: "Ziebland-Munchen."

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Isaac L. Williams

American, 1817-1895

Sunset on the Kiskimenetas

Oil on canvas mounted on board

Gift of William B. Bement, 1884.

Condition: Fair, 1884.

Painting. Isaac L. Williams

American, 1817-1895

Indian Girl and Pioneer

Oil on canvas mounted on panel.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Isabel Parke Branson Cartwright

American, 1885-1966

E. Lawrence Fell (1868-1943)

Oil on canvas; 36 x 30 inches

Signed at lower left: "Isabel Branson Cartwright"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated. Location: Lincoln Hall, undated.

Painting. James Anthony Wills

American, twentieth-century

J. Permar Richards, Jr. (born 1915), 1967

Oil on board; 39 ¾ x 30 inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "J. Anthony Wills/1967"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1867.

Painting. James Anthony Wills

American, twentieth-century

Perrin C. Hamilton, probably 1983

Oil on board; 42 ½ x 33 inches (sight)

Signed at lower left: "J. Anthony Wills"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1983.

Painting. James Crawford Thom

American, 1835-1898

Returning from the Fields

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "J. C. Thom"

Gift of Colonel Samuel Goodman, 1902.

Condition: Good, 1902.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

Member of the Union League

American, 1807-1889

General Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822-1885), 1867

Oil on canvas

Inscribed and dated on verso: "Original Portrait of/Gen'l U.S. Grant/painted at Head Quarters/Washington/Jany 1867"

Gift of the Barra Foundation, 2001. The general is depicted in three quarter view on an unusually large canvas.

Condition: Good. Location: Heritage Room, 1st floor, 1867.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

David Glasgow Farragut (1801-1870)

Oil on canvas

Gift of James H. Orne, 1865.

Condition: Excellent, 1865.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

Andrew Hull Foote (1806-1884)

Oil on canvas

Gift of James L. Claghorn, 1867.

Condition: Excellent, 1867.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), 1844

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "JRL/184[?]"

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Excellent. Location: Broad Street Banquet, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1824-1889

Ambrose Everett Burnside (1824-1881)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Excellent. Location: West Stairway, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

Samuel Francis DuPont (1803-1865)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Excellent, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

Henry Wagner Halleck (1815-1872)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Good. Location: West Stairway, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

George Archibald McCall (1802-1868)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Excellent, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

John Fulton Reynolds (1820-1863)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Good. Location: West Stairway, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Good, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

Philip Henry Sheridan (1831-1888)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Good, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

James Abraham Garfield (1831-1881), 1880

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "JRL/80"

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Excellent, 1870.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin

American, 1807-1889

George Campbell Read (1787-1862)

Oil on canvas

Gift of Daniel Smith, 1882, 1882.

Painting. James Reid Lambdin, after Henry Inman

American, 1807-1889

John Marshall (1755-1835)

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1870.

Condition: Poor, 1870.

Painting. Jane Grenouilleux

French, 1873-19[?]

Hesitation, 1910

Pastel on paper

Signed and dated at lower left: "Jane Grenouilleux 1910."

Gift of Edward T. Stotesbury, 1911.

Condition: Good, 1911.

Painting. Jean Baptiste van Moer

Belgian, 1819-1884

The Grand Canal, Venice

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "B.Van Moer"

Presented by the Art Association, 1920, gift of Mrs. John F.

Combs.

Condition: Good, 1920.

Painting. Jehan Georges Vibert

French, 1840-1902

If I Were Pope

Watercolor and gouache on paper

Signed at lower right: "J.G. Vibert"

Presented by the Art Association, 1894.

Condition: Good, 1894.

Painting. John Faulkner

Irish, 1852-1890

The Coming Storm

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "John Faulkner RA"

Gift of Edwin C. Weaver, 1907.

Condition: Excellent. Location: 15th Street, Stairway, 1907.

Painting. John Joseph Barker

English, 1835-1866

Sheep

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "John BARKER"

Source unknown.

Condition: Excellent. Location: Writing Room, undated.

Painting. Jose de Villegas y Cordero

Spanish, 1848-1921

The Cuirassier

Oil on canvas

Source unknown, undated.

Painting. Joseph Richard Essig

American, 1903-1975

Samuel E. Fulton (born 1893), 1965

Oil on canvas; 36 ½ x 30 ½ inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Essig-1965"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair, 1965.

Painting. Joseph Richard Essig

American, 1903-1975

Thomas E. Wynne (undated), 1966

Oil on canvas; 40 ½ x 33 ½ inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Essig-1966"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Excellent, 1966.

Painting. Joseph Richard Essig

American, 1903-1975

George M. Brodhead (born 1904), 1970

Oil on canvas; 40 x 32 ½ inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Essig-1970"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair, 1970.

Painting. Joseph Richard Essig

American, 1903-1975

Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994), 1972

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "Essig. 1972"

Purchased from the artist, 1972.

Condition: Excellent, 1972.

Painting. Joseph Richard Essig

American, 1903-1975

E. John Hesketh (born 1910), 1972

Oil on canvas; 39 ¾ x 33 ¾ inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "ESSIG/'72"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1972.

Painting. Joseph Richard Essig (Joseph not John)

American, 1903-1975

Dwight David Eisenhower (1890-1969), 1963

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "J R Essig 1963"

Gift of Thomas E. Wynne, 1965.

Condition: Fair, 1965.

Painting. Joseph W. John Good

American, 1833-1877

Harvest Home-When the War Was Over, 1867

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "J. John/1867"

Gift of Alexander M. Fox, 1912 (see below)

File includes card with donor information on verso and legend on recto; we also have a framed photo by Gutekunst, with a label on the back, with important information.

Verso: "1865/Description/of painting presented by Alexander Fox/[4?]/11.1912."

Recto: "When the war was over, and our brave defenders had returned to their homes, there was a general reunion of friends and relatives to honor the return of peace with feast and song beneath the shades of a loyal homestead of Eastern Pennsylvania. The bride is welcomed in the family at the old homestead, the loyalty to liberty of whose Friendly proprietors many a sable-faced fugitive has witnessed.

The widowed mother in a secluded corner mourns her loss, meditating on the pictured expression of her partner who returns not with the rest, while the little pledge of their love essays to comfort and console.

The table is being spread for the feast in front of the old substantial stone mansion whose walls are half covered with clinging ivy, and a path regularly paved with slabs of stone leads up through the yard to a quaint old portico covering the door.

Standing by the pump with modest expression, the damsel espies in the young cavalryman, (just arrived) the long absent lover, who is being welcomed by members of the family (along with the colored standard-bearer) to the feast.

Grouped around the table to the centre are the political disputants, and the difference that excites the spirit and animus between the soldier and his antagonist is the negro.

Beneath the arbor the mother receives her wounded son; "the long-look'd-for" has come at last.

The whole is a scene representing such people as an intelligent republican community would have, with doors thrown liberally open, gates swung back, a sociability that sinks all personal hostility, no passive indifferences to the duties of the hour, but recognized responsibility; not all mourning for individual loss, nor exultant in victory, but exhibiting an intelligent submission to the philosophy of events.

Around the officer in the foreground, are grouped his listening family and friends, whose attentive faces bear his welcome as he relates his experience and incidents of war, while the children around, catching up the spirit if the scene, are mimicking battle with their fathers' cast-off swords and guns, or watching the amusing pranks of the playful kittens, protected from intrusion by their indignant mother.

Typewritten sheet attached to backing paper on frame of photo: Photograph of: "The Harvest-Home/When The War Was Over"

Artist, J. John, Pa. Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1867," by J. John in the Clerk's office, of the District Court, in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. F. Gutekunst, Photographer/Publisher J. John, Philadelphia.

The bride was Elizabeth T. (Green) Lester wife of Evan Jones Lester of Philadelphia.

Two of the small children were children of the above: Joseph Green Lester - a long time member of the Union League of Philadelphia, and his brother Evan.

Joseph Green Lester born June 6, 1865 Evan Jones Lester, Jr. born May 6 1867 both have died.

This photograph given to the Union League of Philadelphia by Mrs. Harry W. Bell, The Kenilworth, Philadelphia 19144.

Harry W. Bell has been a member of the Union League since 1944.

14-Oct-71.

Condition: Good, 1912.

Painting. Julian Story

American, 1857-1919

Edward T. Stotesbury (1849-1938), 1906

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed and dated at upper left: "Julian Story 1906"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, 1906.

Painting. Julien Dupré

French, 1851-1910

Goose Girl

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "JULIEN DUPRE"

Presented by the Art Association.

Condition: Good. Location: Reception Room, undated.

Painting. Karl Schweninger, Jr.

Austrian, 1854-1903

A Toast to the Bride

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Schweninger, Jr."

Gift of Mrs. John C. Chaffe, 1942.

Condition: Good, 1942.

Painting. Laura K. Settle

American, nineteenth-century

Edwin Henry Fitler (1825-1896), 1891-1892

Oil on canvas; 36 x 30 inches

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, undated.

Painting. Lazar Raditz

American, born Russia, 1887-1956

Richard Dale Benson, 1917

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Lazar Raditz/1917"

Probably commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Good, 1917.

Painting. Léon Joseph Voirin

French, 1833-1887

A Flower Market, 1880

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "L. Voirin/1880"

Presented by the Art Association, 1920, gift of Mrs. John F.

Combs.

Condition: Good, 1920.

Painting. Léon-François Comerre

French, 1850-1916

The Moorish Dancing Girl

Oil on canvas

Signed at upper right: "Léon Comerre"

Gift of Edward T. Stotesbury

Conserved thanks to a generous gift from the Lincoln Club Table.

Condition: Excellent. Location: Old Café, undated.

Painting. Leopold Gould Seyffert

American, 1887-1956

William Gray Price, Jr. (1869-1960), 1930

Oil on canvas,: 36 x 30 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Leopold Seyffert 1930"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1930.

Painting. Leopold Gould Seyffert

American, 1887-1956

Otto Robert Heiligman (1879-1941), 1938

Oil on canvas; 42 x 34 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Leopold Seyffert--/38"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, 1938.

Painting. Leopold Gould Seyffert

American,1887-1956

J. William Hardt (1884-1960), 1951

Oil on canvas; 40 x 32 inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "Leopold Seyfffert/1951"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair, 1951.

Painting. Ludwig E. Faber

American, 1855-1913

Major General Daniel Edgar Sickles (1819-1914), 1901

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "L.E. FABER--/1901"

Purchased with funds raised by Gen. Henry S. Huidekoper and Gen. St. A. Claire Mulholland, July 1901.

Condition: Fair. Location: Broad Street Stairway, 1901.

Painting. Ludwig Ernest Faber

American, 1855-1913

General St. Clair A. Mulholland (1839-1910)

Oil on canvas

Gift of Carol B. Anderson, Sharon Chenevert, Patricia M. Clark, Frank R. Dobbin, George R. Dobbin, Kevin Dobbin, Barbara A. Murphy, and Susan Murphy; 2002

Bust portrait of General St. Clair A. Mulholland with white beard parted in center and coming to two points in Civil War uniform.

Condition: Good. Location: Wall in Dir. of Hist. Coll. Office, undated.

Painting. Ludwig Ernest Faber

American, 1855-1913

Town in Winter

Oil on board

Signed at lower right: "L E FABER"

Purchase, 2005.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. M.B. Woolsey

Nationality unknown, nineteenth-century

Admiral Farragut's Flag Ship

Watercolor on paper

Source unknown.

Condition: Poor, undated.

Painting. Marc Schoettle

Nationality and life dates unknown

Edward J. Dwyer (born 1906)

Oil on canvas; 38 ¾ x 32 ½ inches

Signed at lower right: "Marc Schoettle"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Marie Émile Auguste Ménard

French, 1862-1930

The Meadow

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "[?] MÉNARD"

Presented by the Art Association.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Marie Émile Auguste Ménard

French, 1862-1930

The Shepherd

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "[?] MÉNARD"

Presented by the Art Association.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Martin Rico y Ortega

Spanish, 1833-1908

The Church of Santa Maria della Salute, Venice

Oil on canvas

Presented by the Art Association, 1894.

Condition: Poor, 1894.

Painting. Mathew Wilson

American, born England, 1814-1892

Chester A. Arthur, circa 1883

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Matthew Wilson"

Purchase, 1892.

Condition: Excellent, 1892.

Painting. Matthew Henry Wilson

American, born England, 1814-1892

George Henry Boker (1823-1890), 1882

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Matthew Wilson/1882"

Gift of Edwin North Benson, 1885.

Condition: Poor, 1885.

Painting. Matthew Henry Wilson

American, born England, 1814-1892

Edwin North Benson (1840-1909)

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed at lower left: "Matthew Wilson"

Acquired 1890.

Condition: Fair, 1890.

Painting. Matthew Henry Wilson

American, born England, 1814-1892

William C. Houston (1816-1896)

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Matthew Wilson 1890"

Gift of the Artist, 1890.

Condition: Good, 1890.

Painting. Matthew Henry Wilson

American, born England, 1814-1892

Charles Eastwick Smith (1820-1900)

6th President of the Union League

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Matthew Wilson 1890"

Gift of Artist, 1890

4,000.

Condition: Not rated, 1890.

Painting. Matthew Henry Wilson

American, born England, 1814-1892

John P. Veree (1817-1889)

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Matthew Wilson 1890"

Gift of James V. Watson, on behalf of colleagues and friends

3,000.

Condition: Good, 1890.

Painting. Michele Cammarano

Italian, 1849-1920

The Sack of Altamura, 1863

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "M. Cammarano/1863"

Presented by the Art Association, 1929.

Condition: Poor. Location: 15th Street, 2nd floor hallway, 1929.

Painting. Mihran H. Kevorkian

Member of the Union League

American, born Turkey, 1873-1946

Richard Dale Benson, 1915

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "M.H. Kevorkian/1915"

Gift of Deborah Dale Meriweather, 1972.

Condition: Fair, 1972.

Painting. Nelson Shanks

American, born 1937

Stanley R. Root, Jr. (undated)

Oil on canvas; 42 x 33 inches

Signed at lower right: "Shanks"

Commissioned by the Union League

25,000.

Condition: Excellent, undated.

Painting. Nelson Shanks

American, born 1937

Ronald Reagan, 1990

Signed at lower left: "Nelson Shanks"

Purchased from the artist, 1990.

Condition: Fair, 1990.

Painting. Nelson Shanks

American, born 1937

Edward L. Jones (undated), 1990

Signed at lower right: "Nelson Shanks"

Oil on canvas; 46 x 38 inches

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Excellent, 1990.

Painting. Paul DuSold

American, twentieth-century

Louis T. Klauder (undated)

Oil on canvas; 38 x 46 inches

Signed at lower left: "Paul DuSold"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Excellent, undated.

Painting. Paul DuSold

American, twentieth-century

Robert G. Wilder (undated), 1988

Oil on canvas; 38 x 46 inches

Signed at lower left: "Paul DuSold"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Excellent, 1988.

Painting. Paul DuSold

American, twentieth-century

Robert M. Flood, Jr. (undated)

Oil on canvas

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Excellent, undated.

Painting. Paul DuSold

American, twentieth-century

David Auten (undated)

Oil on canvas

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Excellent, undated.

Painting. Paul Hofer

German

The Forester's Daughter, 1891

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "PAUL Hofer 1891."

Condition: Good, 1891.

Painting. Paul Hughson Hawley (attributed to)

American, 1850-1936

Fifteenth Street Building of the Union League

Watercolor and gouache on paper

Purchase, undated.

Painting. Paul Trebilcock

American, 1902-1981

C. Brewster Rhoads (1890-1973)

Oil on canvas; 40 ¼ x 31 ¾ inches

Signed at lower right: "Paul Trebilcock"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, undated.

Painting. Paul Underhill

American; twentieth-century

Burton H. Etherington, Jr. (born 1909), 1976

Oil on canvas; 39 x 33 ¼ inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Paul/Underhill 1976"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair, 1976.

Painting. Paul Underhill

American; twentieth-century

Hal L. Bemis (born 1912), 1978

Oil on canvas; 40 x 34 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Clayton Underhill 1978"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1978.

Painting. Paul-André Jean Eschbach

French, 1881-1961

Le Mousquetaire

Oil on canvas

Signed at upper right: "Eschbach.P."

Gift of William J. McClary, 1908.

Condition: Fair. Location: Reception Room, 1908.

Painting. Paul-Louis Grolleron

French, 1848-1901

Episode in the Battle of Loigny Poupry in the Franco-Prussian War,

December 2, 1870, 1886

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "P. Grolleron 86"

Presented by the Art Association, 1897.

Condition: Fair, 1897.

Painting. Peter Frederick Rothermel

Member of the Union League

American, 1817-1895

Reading the Declaration of Independence

Oil on canvas, mounted on board

Purchased 1868.

Condition: Good, 1868.

Painting. Pilidès Tino Costa

Nationality uncertain, 1892-1947, worked United States

Herbert Clark Hoover (1874-1964), 1930

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "Pilidès Costa/1930"

Purchased from the artist, 1930.

Condition: Excellent. Location: Banquet Room, 1930.

Painting. Portrait of a Dr. ...in red sweater facing left on wood. Inscription on lower left: On reverse, "Mrs. & Pro.

Condition: Good. Location: Attic, undated.

Painting. Portrait of Union League President Frederick C. Haab, half-length, standing in front of the fireplace in the North Lounge, undated.

Painting. Portrait of President George W. Bush standing behind desk in the Treaty Room of the White House. Location: Banquet Room, undated.

Painting. Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta

Spanish, 1841-1920

Reading the News

Oil on panel

Signed at upper right: "R. Madrazo"

Presented by the Art Association, 1903

Conserved thanks to a generous gift from the One Percenters Club Table.

Condition: Good, 1903.

Painting. Rembrandt Peale (attributed to), after Gilbert Stuart

American, 1778-1860

Martha Washington (1731-1802), circa 1850

Oil on canvas

Presented by the Art Association, 1907.

Condition: Good, 1907.

Painting. Rembrandt Peale, after Gilbert Stuart

American, 1778-1860

George Washington (1732-1799), circa 1850

Oil on canvas

Presented by the Art Association, 1907.

Condition: Good, 1907.

Painting. René Avigdor

French, died 1930

Head of a Young Girl

Oil on panel

Signed at upper right: "René Avigdor"

Probably gift of Edward T. Stotesbury, 1903.

Condition: Fair. Location: Ladies Restaurant, 1903.

Painting. Richard Lantry Partington

American, 1868-1919

John Gribbel (1858-1936), 1918

Oil on canvas; 40 x 32 inches

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower right: "R.L. Partington/Philadelphia/1918."

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, 1918.

Painting. Richard Lantry Partington

American, 1868-1919

William Cameron Sproul (1870-1928), 1922

Oil on canvas; 36 x 30 inches

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower right: "R L

Partington/Philadelphia. 1922"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Good, 1922.

Painting. Robert Brackman

American, born Russia, 1898-1980

Joseph W. Henderson (1890-1957)

Oil on canvas; 42 x 33 inches

Signed at lower right: "Brackman"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair, undated.

Painting. Robert Lee MacCameron

American, 1866-1912

William McKinley (1843-1901), 1901

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "R. MAC CAMERON 1901"

Commissioned by the Board of Directors of the Union League, 1901.

Condition: Good, 1901.

Painting. Robert Milnazik

American, contemporary

Lunch at the League

Gouache on paper

Good, undated.

Painting. Robert Street

American, 1796-1865

Zachary Taylor (1784-1850)

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "Robert Street 1850."

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Robert Street (attributed to)

American, 1796-1865

Andrew Gregg Curtin (circa 1815-1894)

Oil on canvas

Source unknown.

Condition: Good, 1895.

Painting. Robert William Vonnoh

American, 1858-1935

John Russell Young (1841-1899), 1895

Oil on canvas, mounted on board; 30 x 25 inches

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower right: "Vonnoh Phila 95"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Excellent, 1895.

Painting. Robert William Vonnoh

American, 1858-1935

James W. Paul (undated)

Oil on canvas; 29 ¾ x 24 ¾ inches

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower right: "Vonnoh Phila 97."

Condition: Not rated, 1897.

Painting. Robert William Vonnoh

American, 1858-1935

Edwin S. Stuart (1853-1937), 1907

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "Robt Vonnoh 1907."

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1907.

Painting. Robert William Vonnoh

American, 1858-1935

J. Frailey Smith

Oil on canvas

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower left: "After Photo/Vonnoh

Phila [97?]"

Gift of Mrs. J. Frailey Smith, [1897?].

Painting. Robert William Vonnoh

American, 1858-1935

Silas Wright Petit (1844-1908), 1897

12th President of the Union League

Oil on canvas

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower right: "Vonnoh Phila 1897"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1897.

Painting. Robert William Vonnoh

American, 1858-1935

C. Stuart Patterson (1842-1924), 1899

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed, dated, and inscribed at lower right: "Vonnoh Phila 99"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1899.

Painting. Rose Ranieri Kirkpatrick

American, twentieth-century

The Union League, 1971

Watercolor and gouache on paper

Signed at lower right: "Rose Ranieri Kirkpatrick 1971"

Purchased from the artist, 1971.

Condition: Good, 1971.

Painting. Roy Frederick Spreter

American, 1899-1967

L. Alan Passmore (1884-1959), 1955

Oil on canvas; 40 ¼ x 32 inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "Roy F. Spreter/1955"

Commissioned by the Union League

4,000.

Condition: Fair, 1955.

Painting. Roy Frederick Spreter

American, 1899-1967

James M. Anderson (1900-1977), 1959

Oil on canvas; 40 x 32 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Roy Spreter/1959"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Poor, 1959.

Painting. Roy Frederick Spreter

American, 1899-1967

Russell P. Heuer (b. 1896), 1961

Oil on canvas; 39 ¾ x 31 ¼ inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "Roy Spreter/1961)

Inscribed on verso: "Russell P. Heuer/From Life/Roy

Spreter/1961"

Source: Purchased by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1961.

Painting. Russell Recchion

American, born 1954

Robert W. Miller (undated), 1996

Oil on canvas; 48 x 36 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Recchion 1996"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Fair, 1996.

Painting. Samuel Bell Waugh

American, 1814-1885

John Sergeant (1779-1852)

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "S.B. Waugh"

Gift of the artist, 1869.

Condition: Fair, 1869.

Painting. Samuel Bell Waugh

American, 1814-1885

Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822-1885), 1869

Signed and dated at lower right: "S.B. Waugh. 1869."

Presented by Edward C. Knight.

Condition: Excellent, 1869.

Painting. Samuel Bell Waugh

American, 1814-1885

J. Gillingham Fell (1816-1878)

Oil on canvas

Purchase.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. St. Claire Augustin Mulholland

Member of the Union League

American, 1839-1910

Dusk

Watercolor and gouache

Purchase, 2005, undated.

Painting. Stanley Berkeley

English, 1854-1909

Charge of the Cuirassiers at Waterloo

or The Sunken Road of Ohain, circa 1894

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Stanley Berkeley"

Presented by the Art Association, 1895.

Condition: Good. Location: Smoking Room, 1895.

Painting. Thomas B. Welch

American, 1814-1874

Edward Everett (1794-1865)

Oil on canvas

Signed at dated at lower center: "T.B. Welch"

Presented by James L. Claghorn, before 1867.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Thomas Buchanan Read

American, 1822-1872

Sheridan's Ride, 1871

Signed and dated at lower left: "T. Buchan Read/Rome/1871"

Gift of James L. Claghorn.

Condition: Good, 1871.

Painting. Thomas Pollock Anschutz

American, 1851-1912

Dimner Beeber (1854-1930)

Oil on canvas; 40 x 30 inches

Signed at upper left: "Thos. Anschutz"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Good. Location: Lincoln Hall, undated.

Painting. Thomas Sully

American, 1783-1872

Equestrian Portrait of General George Washington, 1842

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "TS 1842"

Purchased from the artist, 1863.

Condition: Good, 1842.
Scope and Contents note

This grand depiction of George Washington may not show the General on a specific occasion, but, rather, evokes the national icon that had taken shape during the 1790s, when Washington was president and Philadelphia was the capital. The General who looks out at us from this painting has the same features as the most famous Washington of all, Gilbert Stuart's "Athenaeum" life portrait (1796), which is also the inspiration for the portrait on our one dollar bill.

Painting. Thomas Sully

American, 1783-1872

Preparatory Study for

Equestrian Portrait of General George Washington, 1841

Oil on canvas

Purchased from the artist, 1863.

Condition: Good, 1841.

Painting. Thomas Wakeman

Probably American, dates unknown

Second Street, Philadelphia

Watercolor and gouache on paper

Signed and inscribed at lower right: "Second

ST/PHILADELPHIA/USA."

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Thomas Wilcocks Sully

American, 1811-1847

William Henry Harrison, 1840

Oil on canvas.

Condition: Good, 1840.

Painting. Trevor Thomas Fowler

American, 1830-1871

Morton McMichael (1807-1879), 1874

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "T.T. Fowler./1874."

Source unknown

10,000.

Condition: Good. Location: Lincoln Hall, 1874.

Painting. Unknown Artist

American, nineteenth-century

Millard Fillmore (1800-1874), circa 1850

Oil on canvas

Gift of Dr. John J. Tuller, 1923.

Condition: Good, 1923.

Painting. Unknown Artist

American, nineteenth-century

Oil on panel

George Potts MacLean [DATES]

Gift of the Estate of Douglas MacLean, 1970.

Condition: Good, 1970.

Painting. Unknown Artist

American, nineteenth-century

William M. Meredith (1799-1873)

Oil on canvas; 36 x 29 inches

Source unknown.

Condition: Good, undated.

Painting. Unknown Artist, American, nineteenth-century

Horace Binney, Jr. (1809-1870)

3rd President of the Union League

Oil on canvas

Source unknown.

Condition: Good, 19th century.

Painting. Walter D. Condit

American, born 1918

Nelson G. Harris (undated), 1980

Oil on canvas; 41 ½ x 36 inches

Signed and dated at lower left: "Walter Condit '80"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Good, 1980.

Painting. Watercolor of Union League of Philadelphia Broad Street exterior, undated.

Painting. West Stairway

John Neagle

American, 1796-1865

Henry Clay, 1843

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "Jno. Neagle Pinxit 1843"

Gift of Henry Pratt McKean.

Condition: Good, 1843.
Scope and Contents note

On the left side (the viewer's left) of this portrait, Neagle has painted symbols of American prosperity that Clay's "American System" of tariffs was designed to protect from foreign competition: in the background a sailing vessel can be seen beyond farmland with cows grazing; and, in the foreground, a plow, an anvil, and a shuttle represent farming, manufacturing, and the textile industry. Artists use such objects, often called attributes, to represent the subject's interests or accomplishments. John Neagle was one of Philadelphia's most important portraitists; he and Thomas Sully, who painted the League's famous equestrian portrait of Washington, both worked in an English-influenced Romantic style.

Painting. Wilhelm Kray

German, 1828/30-1889

Psyche and the Butterfly

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "W. Kray"

Gift of Edwin North Benson, 1887.

Condition: Good, 1887.

Painting. Willem Jacobus Boogaard (figures painted by Gerard Josef Portielje)

Dutch, 1842-1887

The Young Bugler, c.1887

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Gerard Portielje"

and at lower right: "W.J. Boogaard"

Gift of Dr. John D. Thomas, 1918.

Condition: Fair. Location: Writing Room, 1918.

Painting. William Didier-Pouget

French, 1864-1959

Moonlight on the Pond, 1906

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower left: "Didier. Pouget/1906"

Gift of Edward T. Stotesbury, 1908.

Condition: Good, 1908.

Painting. William Ewing

American, twentieth-century

Harold M. Myers (undated), 1981

Oil on canvas; 41 ½ x 36 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "Ewing/1981"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Good, 1981.

Painting. William Garl Browne

American, born England, 1823-1894

Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822-1893), 1878

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "Wm. Garl Browne pin."

Inscribed and dated on verso: "Painted from life at the White House, Washington City, D.C., 1878"

Presented by the members of the Union League, 1880.

Condition: Excellent. Location: Banquet Room, 1878.

Painting. William McGregor Paxton

American, 1869-1941

Ellis Pusey Passmore (1869-1928), 1926

Oil on canvas; 36 x 30 inches

Signed and dated at lower right: "PAXTON/1926"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, 1926.

Painting. William McGregor Paxton

American, 1869-1941

Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933), 1938

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower right: "PAXTON"

Presented by the Art Association, 1938.

Condition: Excellent, 1938.

Painting. William McGregor Paxton

American, 1869-1941

Allen M. Stearne (1882-1956)

Oil on canvas; 30 x 25 inches

Signed at lower right: "PAXTON"

Commissioned by the Union League.

Condition: Not rated, undated.

Painting. William Trost Richards

American, 1835-1905

Brigantine Beach, 1884

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "Wm. T. Richards 1884."

Presented by the Art Association, 1884.

Condition: Excellent, 1884.

Painting. Winnie Smart

American, born 1932

Maine Lobsterman

Watercolor and gouache on paper

Signed at lower right: "WINNIE SMART"

Gift of the artist, 1976.

Condition: Good, 1976.

Painting. Winnie Smart

American, born 1932

Old 'Squan Life Saving Station

Watercolor and gouache on paper

Gift of the artist, 1976.

Condition: Good, 1976.

Painting. Wladizlaw Szerner

Polish, 1836-1915

Georgian Soldiers Halting at an Inn

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Wladizlaw Szerner"

Presented by the Art Association, 1885.

Condition: Fair, 1885.

Painting. Xanthus Russell Smith

American, 1839-1929

The Kearsage and the Alabama

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated at lower right: "Xanthus Smith/1875. 1905."

Inscribed on verso: "Engagement between the Pirate Alabama and the U.S.S. Kearsage off Cherbourg, June 19, 1864."

Presented by the Art Association, 1906

The defeated Alabama is the ship burning in the foreground of this painting.

Condition: Good, 1906.

Painting. Xanthus Russell Smith

American, 1839-1929

Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)

Oil on canvas

Signed at lower left: "Xanthus Smith."

Condition: Fair, undated.

Painting. Xanthus Russell Smith

The Monitor and the Merrimac

Oil on canvas

Signed, dated, and inscribed on verso: "by Xanthus Smith 1869"; "Engagement between the U.S. Ericson battery Monitor and Confederate States ram Virginia or Merrimac in Hampton Roads, Virginia, on the morning of March 9, 1862"

The Merrimac is the smaller of the two ironclads in the foreground of this painting.

Condition: Good, undated.

Paperweight. Pewter colored metal paperweight with felt circles glued to the bottom with Union League exterior image, seal and "Union League of Philadelphia founded 1862." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.2, 1862.

Parade Shaker. Political campaign parade shakers, or "pom poms," with wood handles and red, white and blue silk streamers. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf CC.1 in box, undated.

Parade Shaker. Political campaign parade shakers, or "pom poms," with wood handles and red, white and blue silk streamers. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf CC.1 in box, undated.

Patch. Black and gold chord Union League Yacht Club blazer patches with 3 stars and braid in a clover design and "UL" in triangular shaped flag with gold braid around edge. Three studs in back to affix to jacket. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Patch. Black and silver chord Union League blazer patches with shield in center and "Union League of Philadelphia 1862" in silver braid around scalloped edge (1.-4.) and rounded edge (5.-8.). Three studs in back to affix to jacket. Location: Shelf BB.2, undated.

Patch, Military. Black Navy patch sewn with gold braid with letters, "BVC" with light blue and white flag below. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, Green Collection Box, undated.

Patch, Military. Two shoulder boards with the leaf symbol denoting a rank of major. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.4, undated.

Patch, Military. Worn by World War II, U.S. Army 24th Infantry Division soldiers in World War II. This division was stationed at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Green shrub with yellow outline and red background, woven. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1941-1945.

Pendant. Mourning pendant. Gold circular disc with hole cut to hang loop for a black ribbon. In relief a profile of McKinley, molded around, "McKinley 1901." On reverse molded letters of the Lord's Prayer. Location: Shelf DD, 1901.

Perforator. Two hole punch with a 3" interval, possibly for clipboard papers. With molded inscription, "Pat. Feby. 11 02 Globe Columbia. Location: Shelf GG.4, undated.

Piano. Piano with ornate carved, rounded heavy legs. Lyre symbol and "Steinway & Sons" painted on wood above keys. Condition: Fair. Location: Lincoln Memorial Room, undated.

Picture, Needlework. Needlepoint picture of Broad St. facade with statue to the left and two trees in front. An American flag and a navy blue flag hang from the balustrade. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Picture, Needlework. Stars and stripes needlework with "God Bless America" at the top and the "Pledge of Allegiance" below. Blue border. In frame with brass plaque at bottom. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Pin. Brass pin with three letters on top of one another, "TAF" and incised "Taft & Sherman." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, Green Collection Box, undated.

Pin. Elephant on top of "UL" letters attached to tie tack. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin. Elephant on top of "UL" letters attached to tie tack. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin. Elephant on top of "UL" letters attached to tie tack. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin. Lapel pin of the Independence-Inglenook Table, gold with letters, "I UL I." Location: Shelf DD.2, jewelry box.

Pin. Metal rectangular pin with stud fastener on reverse printed or enameled with bee and "Benson." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin. Metal trowel pin with "U.L. 10/9/09" in raised letters. Stud pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, 1909.

Pin. Round pin with blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia Love of Country Leads 25 Years" in grey cardboard box with pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1887.

Pin. Round pin with blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia Love of Country Leads 25 Years" in yellow cardboard box with handwritten inscription, "Sample" with pin on reverse. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1887.

Pin. Round pin with stud closure with no back with red and blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia" in tan leather box with velvet. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, undated.

Pin. Round pin with stud closure with no back with red and blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia" in tan leather box with velvet. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, undated.

Pin. Round pin with stud closure with red and blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia 50" in white plastic box with black velvet. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1912.

Pin. Round pin with stud closure with red and blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia 50" in white plastic box with black velvet. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1912.

Pin. Round pin with stud closure with red and blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia 50" in white plastic box with black velvet. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1912.

Pin. Round pin with stud closure with red and blue enamel inscribed, "Union League of Philadelphia 50" in white plastic box with black velvet. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, UL box, 1912.

Pin. Round with gold letters in light blue enamel, "The Pilgrims Philadelphia" with the shield of Philadelphia possibly in center. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin. Union League 25 year pin with blue enamel in outer circle and Union League stars and stripes shield within. Pin and keeper on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, Union League metals and jewelry box, 1887.

Pin, bowling. Ivory colored bowling pin with red throat, black "B" and below, "Brunswick Dura-King controlled weight." Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Pin, bowling. White colored bowling pin with 2 red stripes at the throat and below a red triangle with, "ABCAmerican Bowling Congress Amflite II AMF..." Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Pin, Fraternal. Bar at top with blue ribbon hanging with medal with eagle rifles and relief of man on ground with dog on top, molded, "Pennsylvania Survivor of Libby Death Before Dishonor." Pin on back. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Fraternal. Bar at top with hanging medal with pin on back with flags in red, white and blue and molded, "Philadelphia GAR 33rd Encampment Sept. 4-9, 1899." On reverse, "C.M. Robbins, maker Attleboro, Mass. U.S.A." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1899.

Pin, Fraternal. Button with pin on back with eagle, flag and star printed on front with, "Grand Army of the Republic Veteran." On white ribbon with printed blue letters, "For Commander Noah Dietrich Post No. 217." On paper label on reverse, "Sommer Badge Mfg. Co..." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Fraternal. Lapel stud with molded eagle and star inscribed, "American Legion School Award Courage Honor Service Leadership Scholarship..." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Fraternal. Three pieces mounted on velvet in frame with metal with bar at top with hanging circular medal with infantryman, molded, "1861-1865 Ready to die for the honor of the country." Two lapel pins with children with soldiers and surrounded with, "Grand Army of the Republic 1861 Veteran 1866." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1866.

Pin, Lapel. Crossed cannons, no pin attachment. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, undated.

Pin, Lapel. Crossed rifles, no pin attachment. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5 in Grumbine Collection Box, undated.

Pin, Lapel. Pin in the shape of U.S." with fastener pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Lapel. Pin with stud back with crossed canons and eagle with "SV" in center (for Sons of Veterans) surrounded by "MDCCCLXOOO [?] Gratia Dei Servatus." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Lapel. Spread eagle in gold with a red, white and blue enamel background with a stud back. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Lapel. Stud pin with red, white and blue enamel with "SV Sons of Veterans U.S.A." Engraved on reverse, "Robbinson Attleboro Mass." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Lapel. With group of figures surrounded by "Grand Army of the Republic. 1861 Veteran 1866." Symbols on reverse with a fire and twigs. Location: Shelf DD, 1866.

Pin, Political. Elephant head with red eyes surrounded by three stars on blue with, "McKinley Hobart." Location: Shelf DD in Political Campaigns Not Local Box, undated.

Pin, Political. In the shape of a sunflower symbolizing the state of Kansas with brass letters. "Landon" in the center. Location: Shelf DD, Political Campaigns, Not Local Box, undated.

Pin, Political. Presidential campaign pin. Round with relief of Willkie and molded, "Wendell Wilkie for President." On reverse molded makers round mark, "Union made..." too small scale to read rest. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Pin, Political. Round button with straight pin, printed in white on red and blue, "America wants Willkie." Location: Shelf DD, Political Campaigns, Not Local Box, undated.

Pistol. Colt pistol "#29274" stamped three times on the bottom. "Colts patent #9274" stamped on barrel. ped below "Colts patent" stamp. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Pitcher. 2 small pitcher and 2 small bowls with spouts and handles, heavy pottery, brown with white rim and interior. Two sizes. On the bottom is printed, "Hall Made in the U.S.A..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Pitcher. Decorative pitcher with movable bamboo-decorated handle and raised iris design on side. Engraved above spout, "Presented to Hearth Club by Wm. W. Wood 1928." Protruding bamboo-decorated ring on the side opposite the spout near bottom. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB, 1928.

Pitcher. Ornate, Rococo style decorated pitcher with raised flower design, inscribed on side, "Presented/ to the/ Grand Union League of Philada./ by the Ladies Loyal Circle/ of Penna./ April 9th, 1864." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC.3, 1864.

Pitcher. Small pitcher on sides is engraved, "UL" with the "L" in the center of the "U" with two triangles at the top of each letter. The bottom left and right side of the "L" extends through the "U." Engraved on the bottom, "Union League of Philadelphia Gorham..." The pitcher has a line of beading around the neck. From there the body flares out and then narrows a bit at the base. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Pitcher, Cream. Curved pitcher with spout and curved handle with knob on the top. On body engraved, "UL" with the "L" in the center of the "U" with two triangles at the top of each letter. The bottom left and right side of the "L" extends through the "U." Engraved on the bottom, "Union League of Philadelphia GM Co..." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.6, undated.

Pitcher, Water. Glass bodied water pitcher with silver hinged lid and finial on top, handle, band around the neck and base. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Plaque. Brass plaque screwed to a wood panel, inscribed, "Avenue of the Arts Bell Ringer/ The Union League of Philadelphia/ Love of Country Leads/ 1862/1997." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1997.

Plaque. Brass plaque. Inscription attached to a wood backing, "Team High Single 998 Team High Three 2795 Union League White 1966." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1966.

Plaque. Brass plaques screwed to a wood panel, inscribed, "The/ Union League/ of/ Philadelphia/ Winter/ Card/ Tournaments// 1937/8 Gen. R.M. Brookfield, Elmer P. Weisel// 1938/9 Edward R. Thomas, Frank S. Focht." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1938.

Plaque. Curved, glass plaque etched, "The Union League of Philadelphia honors Stanley W. Root, Jr. for his fifty years of membership and service April 29, 1953" with the Union League building and motto on the left. Location: Shelf JJ, 1953.

Plaque. Inscribed on 3 brass plaques that are attached to a wood backing, "Inter-Club Bowling League" on circular plaque with relief of a man bowling. Below inscription of winner's' names, Blue and White teams. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf AA.5, undated.

Plaque. Inscribed on brass plaque that is attached to a wood backing, "Team High Single 990 Team High Three 2743 Union League White 1967 R. Biborosch, Captain P. Guest/M. Lefever/J. Carroll/V. O'Brien." Inter-club Bowling League insignia at top. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1967.

Plaque. Inscribed on plaque that is attached to a wood backing, "In memoriam U.S.S. Maine destroyed in Havana Harbor February 15th 1898. This tablet is cast from metal recovered from the U.S. Maine C KECK Sc. 1913 cast by Jno. Williams Inc N.Y." On the shield is inscribed, "Patriotism Devotion." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.6, 1913.

Plaque. Inscribed on silver oval plaque that is detached from its wood backing, "Inter-Club Bowling League second prize won by Union League White and Blue Teams...[with 13 names]...Season 1920-1921." Two silver bowling pins and a ball are on either side of the plaque along with an ornate border enclosing the bowed oval. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf AA.4, 1921.

Plaque. Interclub Bowing League brass plaque screwed to wood panel with inscription, 'Inter Club Bowling League season 1916-17 second prize won by Union League Blue and White Teams..." Has oak leaf and acorn design around inscription and a man holding a bowling ball in the middle. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf AA.6, 1917.

Plaque. In pyramidal shape without coming to a point at the top. Instead there is a flat top with a circular opening for placing floral arrangements (dried apparently according to debris found inside). On one side reads, "The Union League Table" with the seal on the other side. Rests on 4 brass round feet. Location: Shelf FF.5, undated.

Plaque. Circular relief with man in crew cut hair style with bowling ball in back swing and "Inter-Club Bowling League" molded around edge. Two screw holes on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, undated.

Plaque. In shield shape with black painted letters, "Inter Club Bridge League/ League Champion/ 1978-1979/ Union League Club" followed by members names. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.6, 1979.

Plaster fragment. Four brown and silver, wall plaster fragments with stenciling from east wall of Broad St. building business center. Location: Shelf AA.6 in box.

Plaster fragment. Gilt, ceiling, leaf design from first floor hall of Broad St. building. Location: Shelf AA.6 in box.

Plaster fragment. Rust fragment from main hallway wall, Broad St. building. Location: Shelf AA.6 in box.

Plaster fragment. Tan, wall plaster from first floor hall of Broad St. building between grand stairs and concierge desk. Location: Shelf AA.6 in box.

Plaster fragments. Many pieces of plaster with painted wall designs in gold, black, burgundy, rose and cream. Fragments of ceiling plaster with a gold or saffron yellow paint. Of course its original color may have been lighter. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf FF.4, undated.

Plaster fragments. Piece of plaster molding with light green paint. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Plaster fragments. Pieces of painted plaster from the Old Cafe, 1st floor Broad St. building. Brown with black painted spot and slash design. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.6, undated.

Plaster fragments. Pieces of the wall in some cases drilled out in a circular disc with paint fragments attached. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf AA.6, undated.

Plate. 4 plates, heavy pottery, white with brown rim. Two sizes. On the bottom is printed, "Rego." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Plate. Earthenware plate with portrait of Abraham Lincoln surrounded by vignettes illustrating events in his life, his purported birthplace, and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., marked "Kettlesprings Kilns/Alliance, Ohio/ © 1958", undated.

Plate. Four plates with "The Union League of Philadelphia" printed across top and an image of the building in the center, below which is a rectangular outline for a brass name plate to be glued. 1. inscribed, "W. Thatcher Longstreth Director of Class of 1985 1983-85." 2. inscribed, "Ralph F. Moriarty Vice-President 1981-85." 3. and 4. have no plate. All have Union League shield symbol below name plate area. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Plate. Plate with "The Union League of Philadelphia" printed across top and an image of the building in the center, below which is a rectangular outline with a brass name plate glued, inscribed, "J. Wissison Smith, Jr." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Plate. Porcelain plate with portrait of Abraham Lincoln, marked: "ROYAL RUDOLSTADT./Prussia," 20th-century, 20th century.

Plate. Scalloped edge plates have a white center and blue and gold border this inverted Union League monogram and laurel leaves with light blue painted berries. On bottom printed, "Haviland & Co. Limoges..." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Plate. Union League building printed in center in black, black borders around molded grid pattern along rim of plate. On reverse printed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1962 Spode's Mansard Copeland Spode England..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, 1962.

Plate. Union League building printed in center in black, black borders around molded grid pattern along rim of plate. On reverse printed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1962 Spode's Mansard Copeland Spode England..." 2001.211.1 is in its original cardboard box. Printed on the lid is, "Centennial Plate of the Union League of Philadelphia by Spode John Wanamaker Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.3, 1962.

Plate. Union League building printed in center in black, black borders around molded grid pattern along rim of plate. On reverse printed, "The Union League of Philadelphia 1862-1962 Spode's Mansard Copeland Spode England..." 2001.211.1 is in its original cardboard box. Printed on the lid is, "Centennial Plate of the Union League of Philadelphia by Spode John Wanamaker Philadelphia." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, 1962.

Plate. Union League building printed in center in blue, with blue stylized leaf pattern along rim with a gold band. On reverse printed the Union League of Philadelphia seal and "1862-1987 John Wanamaker by M. Leson Designs." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, 1987.

Plate. White plate with gilt bands, printed in gilt in center, "Veterans Corps April 19th 1913." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf JJ, 1913.

Plate, commemorative. Commemorative 100th Anniversary plate of the Hearth Club of the Union League. Inscribed "Union League of Philadelphia The Hearth Club 100th Anniversary 1904-2004" with a list of member's names on the bottom. Location: Shelf AA.5, 2004.

Plate, Commemorative. Commemorative plate inscribed on lip "125th Anniversary Ball April 25, 1987, and on the center is a stars and stripes shield with "ULP Love of Country Leads." Stored in original white box with sticker and ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1987.

Plate, Commemorative. Commemorative plate inscribed on lip "125th Anniversary Ball April 25, 1987, and on the center is a stars and stripes shield with "ULP Love of Country Leads." Stored in original white box with sticker and ribbon. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1987.

Plate, Commemorative. Pewter plate with image of Union League exterior engraved on the plate, inscribed, "Robert N. Jordan 50 Year Member." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.5, undated.

Plate, Commemorative. Photographic image of the exterior of the Union League is on the center of the plate. Engraved around the lip, "Presented to George M. Ewing, Jr. by the Union League of Philadelphia in appreciation of his service as Director 1962-65 Vice President 1966-68." Image of the Union League has the iron work on the roof which is not present today. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1968.

Plate, Commemorative. Plate with decorated edge and Union League seal in center, inscribed, 1955 Tournament Contract Bridge Third Prize L. Le Roy Hepburn." Location: Shelf AA.5, 1955.

Plate, Commemorative. Made of metal called armetale to look like pewter. Inscribed around lip, "The Union League of Philadelphia" and on raised rectangular plaque in the center, "Gin Rummy Pair Champions-1983 Fronefield Crawford-Leo J. Dolan." With a relief of the exterior of the League building. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1983.

Plate, Commemorative. Photographic image of the exterior of the Union League is on the center. Engraved around the lip, "Presented to Ignatius J. Horstmann, II by the Union League of Philadelphia/Secretary 76-86 in appreciation of his service as Director 1962-86." Image of the Union League has the iron work on the roof which is not present today. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1986.

Plate, Commemorative. Photographic image of the exterior of the Union League is on the center. Engraved around the lip, "Presented to Samuel E. Fulton by the Union League of Philadelphia in appreciation of his service as Director 1955-60 Vice President 1960-62 President 1963-64." Image of the Union League has the iron work on the roof which is not present today. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1964.

Plate, Commemorative. Silver plate inscribed, "Union League Yacht Club/ Offshore Sailing School Regatta/ 1993/ 1st Place/ David Bevan/ Gerald Dowling/ Harry C. Rosenberg." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1993.

Plate, Commemorative. Silver plate with rectangular image of Lincoln Memorial Room incorporated in center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.5, undated.

Plate, Commemorative. Small silver colored commemorative plate with Union League seal with shield, inscribed, "125th Anniversary Ball April 25, 1987..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1987.

Plate, Commemorative. Small silver colored commemorative plate with Union League seal with shield, inscribed, "125th Anniversary Ball April 25, 1987..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.5, 1987.

Plate, Dinner. Dinner plate, black and gold rim with Union League shield, center white. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Plate, Engraving. Engraved metal plate, possibly for a book illustration with two angels holding up a papal type headdress with cross below. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf GG, undated.

Plate, Engraving. Printing plate with elephant and inscription, "Packing trunk! I'm taking Dewey to Washington 250,000 Contributions of members to the Republican Finance Committee of Pennsylvania." Slogan for Dewey Presidential campaign in 1948. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1948.

Plate, Engraving. Printing plate with engraving, "The privileges of The Union League of Philadelphia are extended to Mr. ______ for a period of fourteen days from ______ at the request of..." Stored in cardboard folder with paper form printed from the plate glued to the top. Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Plate, Engraving. Printing plate with engraving, "The Union League of Philadelphia" in a circular band inside a Maltese cross with a large "K" in the center. Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Plate, Engraving. Printing plate with Union League of Philadelphia on a banner with the American flag below and "Class" and No." with underlines beside. Stored in cardboard folder with paper form printed from the plate glued to the top. "Winchell" the printing company in Philadelphia is penciled onto cardboard. Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Plate, Engraving. Printing plate. Calling card shape copper plate engraved, "The Union League of Philadelphia Honorary Membership Mr ______ Awarded _____ 194__ Millard D. Brown President." Location: Under shelf AA.6, 194?.

Plate, License. Red painted license plate with white letters, "Unbridled license for members KC 1907" with two punched through slots at the top of the plate for leather straps with buckles. One in attached and one is broken at the bottom. A third piece of leather is with the item, although it is not the same type, so it may not actually be a part of this piece. Three cardboard pieces were attached with the leather straps but are now separated and encapsulated in Mylar. One is inscribed, "Twenty-third Annual Dinner of the Kettle Club The Union League January 23rd, 1907." The next has a humorous menu given relating to car terminology, and the third is list of officers and members, including "President J. Haseltine Carstairs, Vice-President Joseph S. Neff, Secretary, Samuel P. Rotan, Treasurer Carlton M. Moody." Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf BB.6, 1907.

Plate, Offset. Copper printing plate of the Broad St. facade of the Union League with lamp post. A paper wrapper is inscribed "#59." Location: Under shelf AA.6, undated.

Plate, Salad. 6 salad plates used at Union League, white with gold strip just inside the rim. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Plate, Serving. Green pottery shallow bowl or plate with handle. On the bottom is printed, "Hall Made in the U.S.A..." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Polo mallet. Green and white striped head with printed, "J. Salter & Son Aldershot England Made in England." Shaft made of bamboo. Painted on top end of mallet, "RHA." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.2, undated.

Porthole. Porthole from the U.S. Maine turned into a clock with chain around the rectangular base, and plaque in lower left corner with the inscription, "Port hole from the United States Battleship Maine sunk in Havana Harbor on February 15, 1898, raised and buried at sea, March 16, 1912, presented to the Union League of Philadelphia by George F. Hoffman." Condition: Fair. Location: 3rd floor Broad, Northwest room, west floor, undated.

Pouch. Flat pouch with larger flap over it with gold braid trim and a brass eagle insignia. Remnants of a paper label are near the top. At the top are three pieces of leather, two of which have rings attached. The right ring has a leather and brass buckle. A second one is detached from the piece. This looks like it might have attached to a saddle. There is a brass button the reverse of the pouch with a shield design. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf CC.4, undated.

Press, Embossing. Embossing press with Union League seal painted black with fancy red and gold decorative painting. Press makes circular impression on paper of Union League seal with stars and stripes shield in center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.4, undated.

Press, Embossing. Embossing press with Union League seal painted black with fancy red and gold decorative painting. Press makes oval impression on paper of with "Union League of Philadelphia." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.4, undated.

Print. Black and white lithograph. Life-size bust-length portrait of Abraham Lincoln, three quarters, facing right Inscribed below image at left: "ABRAHAM LINCOLN"; at right: "KURZ AND ALLISON CHICAGO." Location: Framed prints bin, 3rd fl. Broad, north, undated.

Print. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, "Celebration of the Abolition of Negro Slavery in Maryland at Philadelphia, Penn." with print showing a Union League banner. The Union League building in Philadelphia is not visible. A crowded street scene with a horse drawn car is depicted with one building covered with images and text about slavery. There is text on the reverse side of the newspaper and on a second sheet, which includes illustrations of Grant's campaign. Condition: Good. Location: Civil War Prints Oversized Box, undated.

Rack. 2 tall, oak, billiard racks with a chalk board slate at the top and below are 8 shelves designed to hold billiard balls with an open cabinet area below. Location: 1 is in Smoking and Game Room, other in 5th fl. hall, undated.

Rack. Oak rack with "shelves" with a space between two pieces of wood that may have been to hold bowling balls. Solid shelf at bottom on top. Four upright posts with flat fluted front. Upper corners carved with 6 curved volutes with ribbon design. Location: Hallway by dining rooms, south wall, 15th St. bldg, undated.

Rack. Oak rack with 3 "shelves" with a space between two pieces of wood that may have been to hold bowling balls. Solid shelf at bottom and top. Four upright posts with flat fluted front. Upper corners carved with 6 curved volutes with ribbon design. Location: Hallway by dining rooms, north wall, 15th St. bldg, undated.

Rack. Tall, light wood, billiard rack with places for billiard cues and balls. Two glass panels on the door with fluted vertical trim beside. Decorative metal doorknob surround. Location: Smoking and Game Room in 1st, Broad St. building, undated.

Rack. Two oak racks with 3 long pieces of wood with spaces in between making up three "shelves." Top surface is solid. Trestle bottoms. Location: Hallway by dining rooms, 15th St. bldg, undated.

Rack, Card. Box with two racks with label on top printed, "Milton C. Work's New Bridge for Two Auction or Contract (two card racks and complete rules) An improved version of Honeymoon Bridge..." (the rules are not included). Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Rack, Card. Two racks with label on bottom with doubling scale. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf EE.4, undated.

Rack, Luggage. Luggage rack, folding with leather straps. Condition: Good. Location: Mid-room, undated.

Rack, Towel. Towel rack rod fits into metal brackets which screw into wall with four screws. Piece of wood attached to screw. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Rack, Towel. Towel rack rod fits into metal brackets which screw into wall with four screws. Piece of wood attached to screw. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Rack, Towel. Towel rack rod fits into metal brackets which screw into wall with four screws. Piece of wood attached to screw. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Radio. Radio with three dials at the bottom and two windows with numbers and a pointer to indicate the station. In the middle is a tan and gold fabric rectangle covering the speaker. The chord and another wire emerge from two holes in the back. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf FF.3, undated.

Rail, Bar. Endcaps for exterior center hand railing at 15th St. doors. Hollow, curled end pieces with sleeve to fit inside a railing. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.5, undated.

Rail, Bar. Endcaps for exterior center hand railing at 15th St. doors. Hollow, curled end pieces with sleeve to fit inside a railing. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.5, undated.

Record, Phonograph. Mournful Sounds in Memory of Abraham Lincoln record album by Alice Anne Kelso, pianist. The album consists of recordings of sheet music composed when Lincoln died. Location: Shelf DD.5, undated.

Record, Phonograph. Small record with "The Song of the Union League" with a red and white label, "Better Sound Recording System 8 South 15th St. 1514 Market St. 1734 Market St. Philadelphia, PA." On the envelope containing the record are the words to the song. Condition: Excellent. Location: DD.5, undated.

Register, Cash. Cash register is ornately decorated with raised designs of laurel leaves and swags. Glass top with metal numbers that pop up when one hits corresponding keys. Lid below and cash drawer below this. 26 numerical keys within with orange "no sale" key. Under the lid is a bar with windows with the numbers, "49299." Under the lid on front are two keys in holes. The underside of the lid has numbers, "B30 and 521P." Condition: Good. Location: 3rd floor Broad, Northwest, west floor, undated.

Rein, Driving. Three lengths of reins for horses pulling a wagon. Gold braid rosette and tassel that may have been mounted below to the horse's brow strap below the horse's ear. Black silk fur-like trim adorns the rosette and tassel. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.3, undated.

Relief. Bronze-finish metal relief profile of Abraham Lincoln, mounted on wood, 20th-century, 20th century.

Relief. Pressed metal relief of Abraham Lincoln, in shadow-box frame, 19th-century, with paper label: "A. B. DEMAREST ...", 19th century.

Revolver. Revolver (A) with inscription at base of the barrel, "E. Le Faucheux Invr. Brevete." Below this above the trigger to the left, "32140."

Holster (B) leather with brass knob and 3 tacks. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Ribbon. World War II, U.S. Army bar with blue ribbon with a gold medal frame around it in a rectangular shape. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1941-1945.

Ribbon. World War II, U.S. Army bar with multi-colored stripes with pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1941-1945.

Ribbon. World War II, U.S. Army bar with multi-colored stripes with pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD in Military Buttons and Insignia Box, circa 1941-1945.

Ribbon, Commemorative. 67 G.A.R. medals, many with ribbons commemorating the yearly meetings of "encampments," which were held in different cities. The medals are arranged by accession number in chronological order. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Bar with pin on reverse molded with, "Delegate." Blue satin totally fractured with gold letters probably reading, "42nd Annual [Encampment Sons of] Veter[ans] Altoona, Pa. June 7-8, 192_." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 192_.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Bar with relief of mountains, pin on reverse, red, white and blue striped ribbon hangs from bar with gold thread fringe at bottom. Printed on ribbon in gold, "Delegate Twentieth Annual Encampment GAR Dept. Colorado Wyoming Denver May 3 to 5, 1899." with star in center. On reverse printed on linen, "John E. Miller Manufacturer of Ribbon Badges Banners and Regalias Denver, Colo..." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5 in Grumbine Collection Box, 1899.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Black ribbon with fringe at bottom and lacey trim at top and circular photo of Garfield in center of gold printed shield, laurel branches and eagle, "In Memoriam Pres. Garfield September 19, 1881." Paper lining on reverse. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1881.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon printed with gold letters, "Naval Post No 400 G.A.R. Committee" fringe at bottom, metal bar atop stitched to ribbon. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold block letters, "Military Goods" with pin at one end. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "1899 Seventeenth Reunion survivors of 15th Ill. Vol. Inf. Belvidere, Ills. May 24th." Fringe at bottom. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1899.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "12th Annual Reunion 15th Ill. Vol. Infantry Chicago, Ill. May 24th, 1893." with printed gold "fringe" at chevron shaped bottom. Ordinary safety pin sewed to reverse. Location: Shelf DD, 1893.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "13th Annual Reunion 15th Ill. Vol. Infantry Belvedere, Ill. May 24, 1894", Pin sewed to reverse. Location: Shelf DD, 1894.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "Committee." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "Fiftieth Anniversary of our muster in at Freeport, Ill., May 24, 1861 Reunion of the 15th Ill. Inf. Volunteers Belvidere May 24, 1911" with fringe at bottom and pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD, 1911.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "Memorial Committee" in a "V" shape. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "New Jersey." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "Sixteenth Reunion survivors of 15th Ill. Vol. Inf. Belvidere, Ill. May 24th 1898." At top meant to be folded to the reverse, "C.S. Cole Manf'r '85 Clark St. Chicago, Ills." Location: Shelf DD, 1898.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "Society of the Army of Tennessee 25tth Annual Reunion Chicago Sept. 12th & 13th 1893." Fringe at bottom. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1893.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue ribbon with gold letters, "Twenty-eighth Reunion survivors of 15th Ills. Inf. Vol. Freeport May 24th 1910." Fringe at bottom. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1910.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue satin ribbon with gold printed, "Reunion 16th Illinois Infantry Ass'n August 29th 34th National Encampment G.A.R. Chicago 1900." Gold printed decorative trim at top mostly worn away. Fringe at bottom. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, Colorado Veterans Box, 1900.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue satin ribbon with silver printed, "27th Annual Encampment G.A.R. Department Colo. & Wyo. June 12-13-14, 1906 Greeley, Colo." Above ribbon is a bar with pin reading on paper inset, "Delegate." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box, 1906.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Blue satin ribbon with silver printed, "Delegate 23rd Encampment Dept. of Colorado & Wyoming G.A.R. Rocky Ford, Colo. June 10-11-12, 1902." Above ribbon is a badge with pin reading, "Grand Army of the Republic" with eagle, flag and star. Round paper maker's label on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box, 1902.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Dirty white ribbon with gold letters, "Member Society of the Army of Tennessee 27th Reunion Cincinnati Sept. 16th-17th 1895." Fringe at bottom and crossed swords at the top with pin on reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1895.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Dirty white ribbon with gold letters, "Member Society of the Army of Tennessee 28th Reunion St. Louis Nov. 18-19th 1896." Fringe at bottom and safety pin on front. Location: Shelf DD, 1896.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Dirty white ribbon with gold letters, "Member Society of the Army of Tennessee 28th Reunion St. Louis Nov. 18-19th 1896." Fringe at bottom and safety pin on front. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1896.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Gold colored bar pin with red, white and blue ribbon suspended from it with chevron cut bottom. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Grumbine Collection Box, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Green satin ribbon with gold printed, "39th National Encampment G.A.R. Denver 1905." Above ribbon is a bar with pin reading, "Legislation." Paper maker's label on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box, 1905.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Ivory ribbon with fringe at bottom with gold letters, "First Reunion of the 3rd Penna. Heavy Artillery and 188th Regiment P.V. 3 Sunbury, PA. Sept. 29th & 30th 1886." Metal bar sewed under top. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1886.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Large yellow and blue ribbon printed with "Official" in gold letters at the top and below with blue letters, "Mummers Parade 2004 Philadelphia." Location: Shelf DD, 2004.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Light blue ribbon printed with gold letters, "Guest Meade Memorial Oct. 18, 1887" with fringe at the bottom and pin. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1887.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Light blue ribbon with red letters, "Old Coffee Kettle Club of Post 1 Gettysburg, July, 1898." and image in gold of a kettle over a fire. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1898.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Long black ribbon with "New Ironsides" printed in gold with anchor and star motif at either end. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. One blue silk ribbon printed in gold, "Second Annual Show Keystone P.P.&P. Ass'n of Philadelphia 1900 First" with gold metal bar at the top with pin at the top. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1900.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Pink satin ribbon with silver cross attached with a metal loop. Two silver thread tassels hang from the cross. Printed behind the cross is a black cross. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Purple ribbon with gold letters, "Society of the Army of Tennessee St. Louis, 1892." Fringe at bottom. Metal crossed swords at top. Straight pin at top. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1892.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Purple satin ribbon printed in gold, "Young Republicans 1880 Philadelphia." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Local Campaigns Box, 1880-1940, 1880.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Red ribbon printed in silver, "Sons of Veterans 57th G.A.R. and Allied Encampments 1923" with silver bar at top with hatchet and laurel branches inscribed, "Greenburg." Location: Shelf DD, 1923.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Red satin ribbon with metal bar at the top with pin on the reverse with charm linked to bar in shape of bean pot with "Beans" molded on it. On silk in gold letters, "2nd National Encampment Massachusetts Division Sons of Veterans Sept. 14-18, 1908 Atlantic City, N.J." On reverse a printed paper tag, "Made by Boston Regalia Co. 7 Temple Place, Boston." Location: Shelf DD, 1908.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Red silk badge printed in gold, "F.C.L. Aspen Colorado June 12, 13, 14, 1894" with printed gold fringe at scalloped bottom. Bar with pin at top. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD.5, 1894.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Undyed silk ribbon with printed text and portrait, printed, "Union League of Philadelphia Reception to His Excellency Li Hung Chang Ambassador to China Sept. 3rd, 1896." Condition: Excellent. Location: In box to be conserved, later to shelf DD,CommemRibBox, 1896.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon printed in brown letters, "C.F.W.C. 15th Annual Meeting Leadville Sept. 7-8-9-10, 1909 with white and gold enamel badge at top with pin, printed, "Speaker." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1909.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon printed with blue letters, "Pennsylvania Reserve Association unveiling Meade Statue, Philadelphia, October 18,1887" gold fringe at bottom, ornate metal bar at top stitched to ribbon. On reverse on paper label, "From C. Naylor, 118 N. Fifth St. Philad'a." Location: Shelf DD, 1887.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue and red letters, "2nd Penna. Reserves Morrison Post No. 1." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue letters, "2nd Penna. Reserves Morrison 1899." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1899.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue letters, "Pennsylvania." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue letters, "Pennsylvania." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue letters, "Pennsylvania." On reverse written in ink, "Robert M. Green 1897." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1897.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue letters, "San Francisco 1903." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1903.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue letters, "The Society of the 124th Regiment P.V. Paoli Monument, Chester Co., Pa. September 17th, 1897. Remember Paoli." Image of a monument with two canons. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1897.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with blue letters, "The Society of the 124th Regiment P.V. Paoli Monument, Chester Co., Pa. September 17th, 1897. Remember Paoli." Image of a monument with two canons. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1897.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with engraving of Lafayette, with, "Lafayette Post No. 140, Department of New York, G.A.R. 26th Encampment Washington, D.C. Sept. 20th, 1892." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1892.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White ribbon with engraving of Lafayette, with, "Philadelphia May 30th, 1889 Lafayette Post No. 140, Department of New York, G.A.R. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1889.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White satin ribbon printed in black, "Union League in Wilmington, Delaware." John M. Taylor is handwritten in ink on the reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Union League medals, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White satin ribbon printed in red and blue, "Committee of 100 People's Candidates for City Commissioners Hampton L. Carson Chas H. Krumbhaar." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Local Campaigns Box, 1880-1940, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White satin ribbon with black printed, "Dept. Colo. & Wyo. G.A.R. Los Angeles 1912." Chevron cut at bottom and folded at top and stitched with American flag and pin. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box, 1912.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White satin ribbon with gold printed, "Colorado Delegation Portland, ME. 1885." Fringe at bottom and top. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD.5, Colorado Veterans Box, 1885.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White satin ribbon with gold printed, "Commander 15th Annual Encampment G.A.R. Department of Colorado & Wyoming." Fringe at bottom and folded at top with pin holes. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.5 Colorado Veterans Box, undated.

Ribbon, Commemorative. White, satin ribbon with bar at top surrounded by gold colored, ornate metal with stiffened paper printed with, "Delegate." On satin ribbon below, "32nd Annual Encampment G.A.R. Department Colorado and Wyoming Salida, Colo. June 6-7-8 1911." Pin behind bar. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5 in Colorado Veterans Box, 1911.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Yellow ribbon printed with black letters, "Gettysburg Sunflower Club of Philadelphia 1887," with printed lines to look like fringe. The ribbon hangs from metal bar with a pin. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1887.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Yellow satin ribbon with bottom and top cut on the diagonal with seal printed and center and, "15th Annual State Convention American Legion Philadelphia 1933 Aug. 24-25-26." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Misc. Military Box, 1933.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Yellow satin ribbon with bottom and top cut on the diagonal with seal printed and center and, "American Legion 14th Annual State Convention Pittsburgh Aug. 18-19-20 1932." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Misc. Military Box, 1932.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Yellow satin ribbon with button with pin attached to the top with star with map of Louisiana Purchase in Center. Printed in silver on ribbon, "Sons of Veterans of World's Fair City wants encampment in 1904 Atlantic City Sept. 14-18, 1903 World's Fair St. Louis 1904." On reverse is paper label, "The Whitehead & Hoag, Co...Newark, N.J..." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1904.

Ribbon, Commemorative. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Black ribbon with gold printed letters, "Pennsylvania Reserves." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD in Veterans box, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Black ribbon with silver cord fringe at bottom printed with barely legible gold, "KT Philadelphia Commander No. 2" with a gold printed cross and crown at the top. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD in Veterans box, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Blue ribbon with gold braid across top with pin and braid at the bottom in a chevron shape with a tassel. Inscribed in gold letters, "Bi-centennial Celebration of Pennsylvania Carpenters' Company of the City and Co. of Philadelphia Oct. 24th, 1882." Location: Shelf DD, 1882.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Blue ribbon with gold braid across top with pin and braid at the bottom in a chevron shape. Inscribed in gold letters, "Carpenters Company of Philadelphia instituted 1724. Reception of Gen. U.S. Grant Dec. 16th, 1879." Location: Shelf DD, 1879.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Blue ribbon with gold braid across top with pin and braid at the bottom in a chevron shape. Inscribed in gold letters, "Carpenters Company of the City and County of Philadelphia instituted 1724. Constitution Centennial Sept. 15th 1887." Location: Shelf DD, 1887.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Blue satin with gold letters printed "Union League of Philadelphia" with brass pin at top. Printed in gold on reverse top, "Horstman Bros. & Co. Phila." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Blue satin with gold letters printed "Union League of Philadelphia" with brass pin at top. Printed in gold on reverse top, "Horstman Bros. & Co. Phila." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Blue satin with gold letters printed "Union League of Philadelphia" with brass pin at top. Printed in gold on reverse top, "Horstman Bros. & Co. Phila." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Blue satin with gold Victorian design near bottom and gold letters printed "Union League of Philadelphia" with brass pin at top and gold wire tassel at bottom. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Deep red satin ribbon with gold trim and lettering reading, "Guest Committee Union League of Philadelphia" with brass bar pin at top. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Formerly white satin ribbon with printed lettering reading, "49th Reunion April 18th, 1861 Washington, D.C. Guests of the Union League Philadelphia April 18th, 1910." Printed on it is an image of a medal with the words, "First Defender First in Defence of the Capitol April 18, 1861" and an image of the Capitol building. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1861.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Red, white and blue button with satin red ribbon below, printed with silver letters, "Chas. Irwin Athletic Association of Philada." with paper maker's label on reverse and straight pin. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Red, white and blue satin ribbon, printed with gold letters, "Anti-Cobden Club Philadelphia 1906" with paper maker's label on reverse and straight pin. Gold metal bar at top. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1906.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Ribbon with bar at top with anchor and pin behind, fringe at bottom. Image in gold of Farragut and printed, "Farragut Association Naval Veterans Philadelphia organized 1865." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1865.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Silk ribbon with gold fringe at bottom and brass bar at top with pin. Embroidered with gold thread, "Sons of St. George Centennial Philadelphia. April 23rd. 1872 instituted 1772." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1872.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Two identical medals. White satin ribbon, printed with gold letters, "Member Germania Concertina Club" with paper maker's label on reverse and straight pin. Gold metal bar at top and hanging circular pendant at the bottom with a gold lyre image. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. White grosgrain with gold letters printed "Union League of Philadelphia" with brass pin at top and gold wire tassel at bottom. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Yellow satin ribbon with fringe and black printed lettering reading, "Union League November 3d, 1896." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1896.

Ribbon, Fraternal. Yellow satin ribbon with fringe and black printed lettering reading, "Union League November 3d, 1896." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1896.

Ribbon, Political. Black bow with one dovetail end and one straight end with 2 gold stars on each side printed on in gold, presumably a mourning ribbon from Lincoln's funerary procession. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1865.

Ribbon, Political. Black lacey ribbons red, white and blue ribbons fastened in a circle at the top with ribbons hanging down. Metal ring on reverse possibly to attach a pin. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Blue and yellow ribbon with long straight pin and fringe on the bottom. Printed "City Party for Major William Potter for Receiver of Taxes Franklin S. Edmonds Election Tuesday, February 19th 1907." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1907.

Ribbon, Political. Blue satin ribbon with fringe and gold printed lettering reading, "Roosevelt and Fairbanks Union League Nov. 8th, 1904." Button at top with two men and their names and "G.O.P." on top of stars and stripes bow. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1904.

Ribbon, Political. Blue satin ribbon with fringe and gold printed lettering reading, "Union League Campaign Committee 1904." Button at top with photo of Theodore Roosevelt on top of stars and stripes ribbon. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1904.

Ribbon, Political. Blue satin ribbon with gold wire tassel at the bottom and gold printed lettering reading, "Union League House Opened May 11th, 1865 A.M. Fox, Sr. member Fortieth Anniversary May 11th 3rd, 1908." Button at top with Lincoln photo on a badge on top of stars and stripes bow. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1908.

Ribbon, Political. Blue silk ribbon with fringe at bottom with gold letters printed, "Republican Ticket for Mayor Charles F. Warwick 1895." with his photo pasted onto ribbon. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1895.

Ribbon, Political. Formerly white satin ribbon with gold wire tassel at the bottom and gold printed lettering reading, "Marshal Taft and Sherman Union League Nov. 3rd, 1908." Button at top with two men and their names and "Republican Candidates 1908" on top of stars and stripes bow. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1908.

Ribbon, Political. Green silk ribbon with black printed text and portrait of the beardless Abraham Lincoln. Printed, "Union Forever for President Abraham Lincoln Vice President Andrew Johnson. Peace Commissioner Ulysses S. Grant, D.G. Farragut, Wm. T. Sherman, Philip H. Sheridan. Location: In box to be conserved, later to shelf DD, Lincoln Box, undated.

Ribbon, Political. In black letters woven in, "Our Union Forever." Woven in red, white and blue stars and stripes with cap on finial." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Light green with silver letters, "War Veterans Club Receiver of Taxes John W. Davidson 1861-1865." Pin holes at top, fringe at bottom, photo of mustached man, chest up. On reverse printed, "J.H. Shaw Co. 1320 Arch Street Philada." Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1865.

Ribbon, Political. Mourning badge. Black ribbon with photographic portrait of Lincoln on paper in metal frame below red, white and blue embroidered shield with stars and stripes with a blue and silk ribbon below. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Mourning ribbon. Formerly white ribbon with black letters printed, "National Union Club. Abraham Lincoln Born February 12th, 1809 Assassinated April 14, 1865." with star shaped badge and white and black ribbons at the top. The badge has a black metal disk in the center. An engraved bust of Lincoln is printed in the center in an oval. Fringed at bottom of the piece. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1865.

Ribbon, Political. Mourning ribbon. Formerly white ribbon with pin with black letters printed, "National Union Club. Abraham Lincoln Born February 12th, 1809 Assassinated April 14, 1865" with star shaped badge and red, white, black and blue ribbons at the top and the same type of badge at the bottom with no ribbons. The badges have a red metal disk in the center. An engraved bust of Lincoln is printed in the center in an oval. Fringed at top and bottom of the piece. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.2, 1865.

Ribbon, Political. Odd paper on cotton threads "ribbon" that has printed fringe on the bottom and printed, "Straight Republican Ticket Nov. 6th 1917." On bottom, difficult to read, "..Trades Council..." Across top a printed egg and dart border, 3 flags, US, PA, Philadelphia below. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1917.

Ribbon, Political. Off white satin with pin at top and fringe at bottom and printed, "Republican Ticket for Receiver of Taxes Capt. John W. Davidson Magistrate Edward A. Devlin Vote the Whole Ticket Tuesday Feb. 19th 1901. Photo of mustached man, chest up glued to ribbon. Printed pink carnation, ship and soldier carrying flag. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1901.

Ribbon, Political. Philadelphia police badge cardboard covered in black gauze with seal of the city with two women on either side of a shield. Printed at the top is, "Philadelphia" and to the side on an inserted piece of paper, "Police." Below this is a black bow and below this is black gauze with a white silk printed mourning ribbon pasted onto paper with message, "We mourn our nation's loss. Born February 12th, 1809 Died April 17th, 1865" with an image of Lincoln with eyes closed engraved in an oval in the middle. Modern safety pin on the reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1865.

Ribbon, Political. Red and blue satin lapel ribbon with button at the top with inverted gold, "UL" and on vertical ribbons printed lettering reading, "Campaign Committee." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Red ribbon with gold letters printed, "Patriotism Protection Prosperity Wm. McKinley The Nation's Choice", surrounding a rectangular photo of him. A blue ribbon protrudes from the right side, with gold printed letters, "P.P.P. and McKinley Phila. will give him 100,000 majority." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Red satin ribbon with fringe and gold printed lettering reading, "McKinley and Roosevelt Union League Nov. 6th, 1900." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1900.

Ribbon, Political. Red satin ribbon with gold wire fringe and gold printed lettering reading, "Roosevelt and Fairbanks Union League Nov. 8th, 1904 Marshal." Button at top with photo of Theodore Roosevelt on top of red bow ribbon. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, 1904.

Ribbon, Political. Red satin ribbon with photo pasted on with gold letters printed, "Union Republican Ticket 1895 Victory." On reverse is printed, "J.H. Shaw Co. Badges and Buttons 183? Chestnut St. Phila. PA." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, Local Campaigns Box, 1895.

Ribbon, Political. Red, white and blue bow with American flag design with a button in the center with a photograph of two men around which is inscribed, "G.O.P Roosevelt. banks." On the two trailing ribbons is printed in gilt, "Vice President Union League Oct. 15th, 1904." Straight pin on reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Red, white and blue Lincoln mourning ribbon with "UL" metal letters and metal star in between with black gauze underneath. Condition: Fair, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Red, white and blue ribbon with "UL" metal letters and metal star in between with black gauze underneath, presumably a mourning ribbon from Lincoln's funerary procession in Philadelphia. Button on reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1865.

Ribbon, Political. Red, white and blue ribbon with "UL" metal letters and metal star in between with black gauze underneath, presumably a mourning ribbon from Lincoln's funerary procession in Philadelphia. Button on reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, circa 1865.

Ribbon, Political. Red, white and blue ribbon with "UL" metal letters and metal star in between with black gauze underneath, presumably from Lincoln's funerary procession in Philadelphia. Button on reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD.4, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Red, white and blue ribbon with "UL" metal letters and metal star in between with black gauze underneath. Button on reverse. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Republican Presidential nomination campaign ribbon, blue with gold trim and printing, "Lincoln Republican 1856" with swallow tail bottom and angled top. Geometric gold border at the bottom with squares. Hole near top for attachment. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1856.

Ribbon, Political. Satin ribbon with fringe at the bottom with a photo of Wm. McKinley, candidate for US President at the top and printed on the fabric, "Republican Ticket Election Tuesday November 5th, 1901." Printed on a paper glued to the ribbon, "Roll of Honor District Attorney John Weaver City Controller John M. Walton Recorder of Deeds William S. Vare Clerk Court of Quarter Sessions Henry Brooks Justice of Supreme Court William Potter State Treasurer Frank G. Harris Judges Court Common Pleas No. 5 J. Willis Martin Robert Ralston." Printed on the photo, "Copyright by Gutekunst." Printed on the ribbon is an allegorical woman figure in red, white and blue cloth holding an American flag with Philadelphia City Hall in the background. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1901.

Ribbon, Political. Silk ribbon with printing in blue and white, "To the front Stalwart Republicanism... John L Kinsey...Briggs...Moore...Scott...Hughes...1902..." with photo of Kinsey in the center of printed blue ribbon with his name below. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1902.

Ribbon, Political. Very fancy ribbon with photographic badge with Martin from the chest up, surrounded by wool, then flags, then satin ribbons. Below are two gold thread tassels. Below is satin ribbon inscribed with gold letters, "David Martin Club Philadelphia 1899" with gold thread fringe below. Gold bar at top with pin with "Philadelphia" printed across it.. Printed on reverse, "Made by Van Fleet & Son, 1132 S. Eighth St., Philada." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1899.

Ribbon, Political. Very fancy ribbon with photographic badge with Martin from the chest up, surrounded by wool, then flags, then satin ribbons. Below are two gold thread tassels. Below is satin ribbon inscribed with gold letters, "David Martin Club Philadelphia PA" with gold thread fringe below. Gold bar at top with pin with "Philadelphia" printed across it.. Printed on reverse, "Made by Van Fleet & Son, 1132 S. Eighth St., Philada." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Very fancy ribbon with photographic badge with Martin from the chest up, surrounded by wool, then flags, then satin ribbons. Below are two gold thread tassels. Below is satin ribbon inscribed with gold letters, "David Martin Club Philadelphia, PA" with gold thread fringe below. Gold bar at top with pin. Printed on reverse, "Made by Van Fleet & Son, 1132 S. Eighth St., Philada." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. White printed with blue letters, "Union Republican Ticket for State Treasurer Lieut. Col. Jas. E. Barnett ...J. Hay Brown...John I. Mitchell...S.W. Pennypacker...Henry J. McCarthy...Wencel Hartman...Thomas Dugan...Jacob Wildemore...Hugh Black" with circular photo of a man in a uniform with keystones and crossed rifles on the collar. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. White printed with blue letters, "Union Republican Ticket for State Treasurer Lieut. Col. Jas. E. Barnett ...J. Hay Brown...John I. Mitchell...S.W. Pennypacker...Henry J. McCarthy...Wencel Hartman...Thomas Dugan...Jacob Wildemore...Hugh Black" with circular photo of a man in a uniform with keystones and crossed rifles on the collar. Has a straight pin attached to the reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. White ribbon with blue letters printed, "Union Republican Ticket McKinley, Hobart, Ashbridge. Victory." Printed stars and stripes in center. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. White ribbon with blue letters printed, "Union Republican Ticket McKinley, Hobart, Ashbridge. Victory." Printed stars and stripes in center. Pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. White ribbon with button at top with gold letters printed "Union League Nov. 11, 1889. Reception to the Delegates of the International American Congress." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1889.

Ribbon, Political. White ribbon with red, white and blue ribbons, flags, U.S. Capitol building and laurel wreath. Printed on silk photos of Taft and Sherman. Inscribed, "Stand by the Republican Party For President W.H. Taft for Vice President James S. Sherman...Nov. 3rd, 1908. Pin detached. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1908.

Ribbon, Political. White satin ribbon with blue letters, "Regular Union Republican Ticket. For Magistrates, 1897 H.B. Hackett, Robt. Henderson, D.S. Scott, Robt. Moore." and pin at top. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1897.

Ribbon, Political. White satin ribbon with long straight pin at top and fringe on the bottom Printed, "Republican party District Attorney John C. Bell. Prosperity Sound Money Protection City Treasurer, Henry R. Shoch. Register of Wills Joseph H. Klemmer. Judicial, Robert Von Moschzisker, Wm. Wilkins Carr. November 3rd 1903. With photo of Bell pasted on ribbon. Printed images of a factory, a stadium grandstand with American flags, and Theodore Roosevelt in a chariot with 4 horses and 3 workmen with pails waving to him. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1903.

Ribbon, Political. White satin ribbon with printed in black, "For Congressman at-large George A. Castor of Philadelphia." Location: Shelf DD.4 Elizabeth L. Groman, circa 1892.

Ribbon, Political. White satin ribbon with printed multi-colored image of Theodore Roosevelt on a galloping horse, carrying a flag and a photo pasted on of John Weaver. Printed, "Republican Party... Our next mayor John Weaver Magistrate James Fealy election Tuesday February 17th 1903" with a straight pin on reverse. Location: Shelf DD.4, Elizabeth L. Groman, 1903.

Ribbon, Political. White satin weave ribbon with printed text and portrait of Henry Clay and an American eagle interspersed with text, "Henry Clay Born April 12th, 1777. Died June 29th, 1852. Monumental Inauguration April 12, 1860. Condition: Poor. Location: In box to be conserved, later to shelf DD, Polit&CampRibbBox, 1860.

Ribbon, Political. White silk Presidential campaign ribbon with black printed text and portrait of the beardless Abraham Lincoln. Printed, "Republican candidates for President, Abraham Lincoln. Vice President, Hannibal Hamlin." Mounted in a framed with a typed label in the bottom reading, "This badge was worn during the first Lincoln Campaign by Daniel Shuster of Westmoreland Co., Pa. and was presented to the Union League by his nephew Dr. J. Torrance Rugh, Philadelphia, Pa." Location: In box to be conserved, later to shelf DD, Lincoln Box, circa 1861.

Ribbon, Political. White, red and blue satin ribbon with gold thread border at top, gold star made out of sequins and gold thread, gold tassel and gold fringe at the bottom. Inscribed in formerly gold, now partially gold letters near the top, "John E. Armstrong Council, No. 130. Below in silver printed letters in a circle in the center of an ornate border, "Philadelphia." In the center is a flap of an American flag with a Masonic symbol printed in gold on it with "Jr. O.U.A.M." Pin on reverse top. Paper label on back with maker. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Ribbon, Political. Woven with red tassel at the bottom, "Benjamin Harrison Republican Candidate for President 1892 White House and image of him and White House. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1892.

Ribbon, Political. Woven with red tassel at the bottom, "Grover Cleveland Republican Candidate for President 1892 White House" and image of him and White House. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD, 1892.

Ribbon, Political. Yellow, blue and yellow campaign ribbon with Liberty Bell and two torches. Printed on front, "City Party for Mayor William Potter for Receiver of Taxes Franklin S. Edmonds Election Tuesday, February 19th 1907." with straight pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1907.

Ribbon, Political. Yellow, blue and yellow ribbon with Liberty Bell. Printed on front, "City Party District Attorney D.C. Gibboney...Tuesday, Nov. 6 1906." with straight pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1906.

Ribbon, Political. Yellow, blue and yellow ribbon with round photo of man. Printed on front, "Philadelphia Party for Sheriff D.C. Gibboney...Tuesday, Nov. 3 1908." with straight pin on reverse. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.4, 1908.

Rifle/Musket. Appears to be a U.S. Model 1842 Rifle musket pictured on page 33 in "Echoes of Glory" Time-Life Books. Has a brass plaque on the stock inscribed, "This musket was picked up on the Battlefield of Antietam September 1862 by Theodore Justice of Captain William J. Steel's Company Twentieth Regiment Pennsylvania Militia."

Inscribed on plate near firing mechanism, "Harpers Ferry 1855" and under an eagle, "US." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.3, 1842.

Rifle/Musket. Inscribed with "Harpers Ferry 1854, Harpers Ferry being the site of one of the Civil War era federal arsenals. Inscribed on plate, "musket brought from the Battlefield of Antietam by W. G. Steel, Capt. Co. K, 20th Reg. P.V.M. Sept. 1862." With bayonet and rod. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.3, 1854.

Rifle/Musket. Model 1855 "Harpers Ferry" rifle musket with rod. Inscribed on the plate, "1858 U.S. Harper's Ferry." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.3, 1855.

Rifle/Musket. Rifle musket inscribed on plate, "U.S. 1862 Colts PTFA Mfg. Co. Hartford, Ct." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf AA.3, 1862.

Rifle/Musket. This appears to be a British Model 1853 Enfield rifle musket. See page 38-39 in "Echoes of Glory" Time-Life Books, "After the U.S. Model 1861, the British Enfield was the most heavily used arm of the Civil War."

Inscribed on the plate is, "1861 Tower" with an engraved crown to the left. Inscribed on the top is, "Chas. Leitch CO.DA[?] P.V.V." Inscribed near this is "24" with 44 stamps. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf AA.3, 1853.

Ring. Ring with relief of bearded man in center with acorn, star, arrow and incised lettering around band, "C.O. Peterson, Co. E., 90V." Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Safe. Large black safe with door facing front, opened with a handle and a combination lock. Gold lettering above door "Herring Hall Marvin Safe Co., Hamilton Ohio." Below the door in gold letters, "From Walter Ryan Co." Metal wheels support the safe. Condition: Good. Location: Artifact storage room, undated.

Sash. Long light blue silk sash that came with a ribbon inscribed, "Second Annual Show Keystone P.P.&P. Ass'n of Philadelphia 1900 First." The sash has two woven patterns near each edge. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf DD, 1900.

Scabbard. Leather reinforced at the bottom. There is no metal on this piece. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Scarf. Eisenhower presidential campaign red, white and blue silk scarf with "I Like Ike" written 4 times in the center portion, surrounded with a border of stars and elephants. Location: Shelf HH.3, undated.

Scarf. Navy, gold and white scarf with the Union League seal in navy printed in center with 3 chandeliers, lamp posts and silhouettes of the finials of female figures found on the stairway of the first floor Broad St. building. Black tag sewn to corner with stitched, "The Union League of Philadelphia 100% silk Dry Clean Only R.N.64135 Made in Korea." Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Sconce. Flamed shaped sconce cover for electric light in Lincoln Memorial Room on east wall above fireplace. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.5, undated.

Sconce. Flamed shaped sconce cover for electric light in Lincoln Memorial Room on east wall above fireplace. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.5, undated.

Sconce. Brass electrified wall light fixture with 3 arms. Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Sconce. Brass electrified wall light fixture with 3 arms. Condition: Good. Location: Northwest corner, undated.

Sculpture. 3 full figures, Abraham Lincoln seated, Ulysses Grant to his right standing and Edwin N. Stanton (Secretary of War), standing on the other side. Lincoln holds a document to which Grant is pointing. Stanton holds a cloth. A curled document is under the chair. Across the front of the round base is inscribed, "The Council of War." Location: Archives storage room 3, undated.

Sculpture. A 3-d representation of John Trumbull's painting of the Declaration of Independence. Location: 15th St. building, Men's Room lobby, undated.

Sculpture. Abraham Lincoln bust on circular pedestal, with beard. Condition: 1st fl. main hall betw. Marble Rm & NE corner. Location:, undated.

Sculpture. After Antietam-September 17th-1862. Man seated with his hand to his forehead and head bowed. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. After the Battle. Seated man with legs sprawled on ground with head bent down, wearing a kepi hat. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. Aftermath. Man with one leg a stump resting on two crutches. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Afterward. A standing in kepi hat with arm in a sling and leaning on a stick. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Alexander Hamilton. Profile facing right mounted, with pig tail and bow, collar of waistcoat and shirt with ruffle on chest. Etched into surface below bust, "C.L. Hogeboom Sculp 1889" and on reverse, "Copyright HP86 1889." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf CC, 1889.

Sculpture. America represented by Columbia, a partially draped figure with a wreath clutched in her left hand. The thongs of her sandals are decorated with hearts, and hearts line the fringes of her mantle, each heart containing 13 stars. On the hem of the mantle is a dolphin to indicate the Navy, crossed cannons for the Army, and an eagle as a symbol of the Union. She is on a pedestal adorned with shields and eagles, symbols of the US. Condition: Excellent. Location: 15th St. building elevator area, undated.

Sculpture. Blind Prisoner. Walking man with band on his head and arms spread wide in front. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Blue and Gray. Relief of two dead soldiers on the ground. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Bronze sculpture of a soldier with a tall hat, holding a rifle in front in his clasped hands with the butt of the rifle resting on the base. Statue on a granite base. Condition: Not rated. Location: In front of Union League building, Broad St. at Sansom St. corner, undated.

Sculpture. Bust of a 18th century European cleric in a robe, on pedestal. Location: Cafe Meredith, on shelf, undated.

Sculpture. Bust of a beardless Abraham Lincoln with neck and top of chest unclothed on marble base. Condition: Good. Location: 15th bdg. stair landing betw. 1st & 2nd floor, undated.

Sculpture. Bust of Abraham Lincoln, beardless with tie and lapels. Location: Banquet Room, Broad St. bdg, 2nd fl, undated.

Sculpture. Bust of George Washington, a replica of one done by Jean Antoine Houdon. Condition: Good. Location: 15th St. bdg stairway landing betw 1st & 2nd, undated.

Sculpture. Bust with jacket lapels and tie, moustache. Condition: Good. Location: 2nd floor hall opposite Grant Room, undated.

Sculpture. Bust with lapels and tie, beard. Condition: Excellent. Location: Heritage Room, 2nd floor, undated.

Sculpture. Bust with military jacket, moustache and beard. "Meade Gettysburg" on the base. Condition: Excellent. Location: 1st floor Broad behind Grand Staircase in alcove, undated.

Sculpture. Civil War Series. A set of 41 bronzes, undated.

Sculpture. Confederate Soldier. A soldier stands with legs apart holding a rifle in his two hands with the stock resting on the ground. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. Contraband Dancing Negro #1. A stepping, African American woman with a three tiered skirted dress with puffed sleeves. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Contraband Dancing Negro #2. A dancing, African American man with a waistcoat with tails with bare feet. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Crouching woman, nude above cloth on lap with goat on lap. She points to a tambourine with block letters on it. On round pedestal. Antonio Rosetti check attr. Joel Rosencrantz & Jim recognized name 11/20/2009 Connner Rosencrantz 125,000 check. Condition: Excellent. Location: 1st floor, 15th St. hallway by entrance, undated.

Sculpture. Dead Gun Horses. Two horses with yokes around their necks and legs folded beneath it and head bowed on a base. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Death of a Drum Major. A soldier with tall hat lies down with his elbow propping him up and with his other hand clutching the wound on his stomach. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Elephant with trunk down and head to the right, striding, one wood tusk, other tusk missing. On rectangular base with small, round, brass tag screwed on with "510." Location: 15th St. hall, 1st floor, on wood rack, undated.

Sculpture. Face of Grant with eyes closed, sunken jaw, and parted lips, surrounded by a laurel wreath with an acorn branch at the bottom. Incised in plaster on upper right, "Copyright Sanford Gerhard 1895." Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf CC.6, 1895.

Sculpture. Fancy Lady. Woman in big skirted dress with puffed sleeves and elbows bent and hands at waist. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Female dancing figure with arms above head, holding a fan with thin drape blowing across the figure and gathered in her right hand. Condition: Good. Location: 2nd floor hall outside of library, undated.

Sculpture. Female figure candelabra in classical garb balancing urn on her shoulder and looking down. Condition: Good. Location: 1st floor, Broad St bdg staircase, undated.

Sculpture. Female figure crouching with wings, naked from waist up with drape over lower half, holding an incense jar. Condition: Excellent. Location: 15th St. bdg, 1st floor, near west door, undated.

Sculpture. Full figure with head bowed and hands clasped on rectangular base with plate screwed on the front. Condition: Excellent. Location: 1st fl. middle hall, opposite Benson Room, undated.

Sculpture. Full length figure with hand on two books with a sheaf of paper below inscribed, "Abol Slavery" (Abolish Slavery), resting on the top of a pedestal in a columnar shape. Lincoln's feet rest on a small rectangular platform. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf GG.4, undated.

Sculpture. Full-length statue of Abraham Lincoln (2004.54.1) delivering the Gettysburg address placed in a white niche and a base with four sculptural panels. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

This is surrounded with 8 medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. Flanking the statue is a series of bronze medallions (2004.54.2-.9) at the heads of panels (2004.54.10) created by Schweizer, 1916. Each medallion is encircled by a wreath. On the bronze panels are names of 555 League members who served the Union.

Sculpture. Gettysburg. Relief of two dead soldiers on the ground with a peach tree above. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Grant on a horse with his hat in his hand down at his side. Horse has left front leg raised. Location: Grant Room, undated.

Sculpture. Group of Union soldiers with angel above in high relief surrounded by an architectural frame with columns and an arched top with putti to either side holding shields and a spread eagle to the bottom of the piece. Condition: Excellent. Location: Main Hall, 1st floor Broad St. bldg. near front door, undated.

Sculpture. Guard Duty. Standing African American soldier with hat with butt of rifle on the ground and both hands clasped around the barrel. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. Indian elephant with two tusks on base with brass plaque with donor's name and date. Location: Archives, 4th floor, photograph collection rm, undated.

Sculpture. Inscribed on a label on the reverse, "April 4, 1902 from a gun of the Constitution" and inscribed on a piece of tape, "From Mrs. John Peake Jan 1974." Relief of Lincoln profile looking right with an oval of metal ornamentation around it. In a thick ornate gold leaf frame. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.6, 1902.

Sculpture. Jubilo! An African American man singing with his arms thrown out wide, bare feet with a hat. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet embers and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: Archives closet, 5th floor, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals and portraits of Lincoln himself. No wood frame, on reverse is "10" painted in red. Condition: Good. Location: Archives closet, 5th floor, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals, of Christopher Columbus Augur. Condition: Excellent. Location: Main hall, 1st fl, Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals, of Nathaniel Prentiss Banks. Condition: Excellent. Location: Main hall, 1st fl, Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: Main hall, 1st fl, Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: Archives storage, 5th floor, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: McMichael Rm, north side right, 2nd fl Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: McMichael Rm, north wall, left, 2nd fl Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: McMichael Rm, 2nd fl Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: McMichael Rm, north wall center, 2nd fl Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: Archives, 5th floor storage, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: McMichael Room, 2nd floor, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: McMichael Room, 2nd floor, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: Main Hall, Broad St. bdg, 1st floor, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. Condition: Excellent. Location: Cafe Meredith, south wall, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion, which is one of a series of Lincoln's cabinet members and Union generals and admirals. With frame (see 20004.55.11 duplicate image without frame). Condition: Excellent. Location: Heritage Rm, 1st fl Broad St. bdg, undated.

Sculpture. Large medallion in bas relief with three heads: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses Grant facing left. A bronze band above their heads reads, "Triumviri Americani" and below, "Pater 1789. Salvaqtore 1861. Custos 1869." Condition: Good. Location: West wall, 1869.

Sculpture. Let Us Carry the Dead. A man carried another man over his shoulders. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. Life sized bust of bearded George Henry Thomas with military uniform. Inscribed on brass plaque on base, "Major General George Henry Thomas 1816-1870.." Location: Cafe Meredith, 1870.

Sculpture. Mammy. A rotund, African American woman with a kerchief on her head and a large, round skirt. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Marble block base with beard and head emerging. Exaggerated and stylized hair. Location: Lincoln Lounge, undated.

Sculpture. Marching soldier of the Gray Reserves statue with rifle over his shoulder and pack on his back. Condition: Excellent. Location: On sidewalk of Broad St. in front of Union League facade, undated.

Sculpture. O Gather Me Together. Standing man with his arms clasped around another man slumped over. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. One of eight medallion portraits (2004.54.2-.9) of Civil War Union commanders. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., 15th St. bdg by Library, undated.
Scope and Contents note

Below each medallion is a vertical tablet with the names of 555 Union League members who participated in the Civil War. The Gettysburg Address text above in gilt letters. There is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace.

Sculpture. Oval relief with larger central figures. Location: Library Lounge, undated.

Sculpture. Oval relief with larger central figures. Location: Library Lounge, undated.

Sculpture. Plaster model of Abraham Lincoln full length figure with hand on a book on drapery laid over a half column. Lincoln stands on a pedestal with a frieze of figures. The model rests on a circular wood platform with a glass globe over it. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.6, undated.

Sculpture. Powder Monkey. A boy wearing a beret hat, standing with his hands together. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Relief of Abraham Lincoln in profile looking right. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf BB.6, undated.

Sculpture. Resting Soldier. A soldier with a kepi pushed back on his head seated with knees bent, and resting back on his hands. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Retreat We Now Together. A solder sits astride an undersized horse with the soldier's feet almost touching the ground. The horse's head is bowed. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Running man holding torch in air with banner slung over his left shoulder. At his feet is a helmet and other equipment and the words, "Opima Spolia." On the top is an actual flame comes out to light cigars. Condition: Good. Location: Broad St. bdg, 1st floor hallway, across fr. reception desk, undated.

Sculpture. Abraham Lincoln. Profile in marble facing right mounted on wood plaque with 4 brass nails. Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf CC.6, undated.

Sculpture. Football player completing a pass in mid-air with another player on his knees grabbing him around the thighs. Plaque reads, "Maxwell Football Club founded 1937 Phila. PA. Lifetime Member Union League of Philadelphia presented October 16, 1984. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf FF.6, 1984.

Sculpture. Seated, half-nude female holding a carrier pigeon. The pigeon holds a paper. She is seated on a small ornamented bench. Location: Library Hallway, undated.

Sculpture. Sherman Raider. Man wearing a hat, standing with a long rifle, leaning against his chest. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. Sick Leave. A soldier with crutches and holding up a wrapped foot. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. Slave with Banjo. Seated man with a banjo. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Southern Planter. A man in hat and jacket, standing with arm extended, holding a cane. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Standing boy with hand to chest and hatchet along his leg. Condition: Excellent. Location: Library, undated.

Sculpture. Standing boy with hand to chin and whistle in hand. Condition: Excellent. Location: Library, undated.

Sculpture. Striding soldier in uniform, coat with cape, hat with brim up on one side, pack, and rifle on shoulder. Inscribed in panel on front of pedestal, "First Regiment Infantry National Guard of Pennsylvania Gray Reserves 1861 April 1911." On the other side of the pedestal is the seal of the regiment. Figure and panel are painted gold. Condition: Not rated. Location: 3rd floor center/north, 1911.

Sculpture. Striding, realistic elephant with one missing tusk. On base. Location: 15th St. bdg., 1st floor hall betw. 2 Marble rooms, undated.

Sculpture. The Carpetbagger. Walking man with coat and hat, carrying a bag. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Dancing Prisoners. Two men, one with a hat with a brim, dancing. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Dead Gun Horse. A horse with yoke around neck and its legs folded beneath it and head bowed on an oval base. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Flag. A man in hat holding a Union Jack flag with mouth parted. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Hornpipe Sailor. A sailor doing a step dance with elbows bent, smiling with head at an angle. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Merchant. Man with his elbow bent, hand on hip carrying a bag, wearing a hat. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Nurse. A woman in hat and jacket, standing with a cloth draped over one arm and a bundle resting against her hip, held by her other hand. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The oval relief shows Abraham Lincoln facing right. There is green velvet in a square around the oval and an orange gold leaf frame. Inscribed on a label on the reverse is donor information. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.6, undated.

Sculpture. The Prisoner. A standing, bearded man, partially clothed. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Resting Drummer Boy. Boy seated with hat, cloak and drum. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Slave. Standing, shirtless, male slave with eyes downcast. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Sutler. Man leaning with his elbow on something, wearing a hat. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. The Zoave. Standing soldier with hat and jacket with arm around a rifle with bayonet standing on ground. Hand on hip and legs crossed. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. This is a commemorative tablet over the fireplace, relating to the sculpture of Lincoln and Union commanders on the west side of the room. Condition: Excellent. Location: Lincoln Memorial Rm., 2nd fl., east wall, undated.

Sculpture. Through Georgia. A soldier carrying a rifle, striding and hunched over. Location: Shelf FF, undated.

Sculpture. Tryst with Death. A soldier lying dead on the ground. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Two cherubs, a girl standing behind a boy with wings, drapery and flowers behind them on a rounded base. Location: Broad St. bdg, 3rd floor, undated.

Sculpture. Untitled. Standing soldier with hat and coat drumming. Location: North floor, undated.

Sculpture. Weep No More, My Lady. A woman in a gown with a low neckline, clasping a sword to her front. Location: North floor, undated.

Seal. Red and cream frame with seal and lettering, "Pop Warner Service to Youth All-American 'A' Award Pop Warner Little Scholars Inc. Presented May 6, 1965 to Committee on Boy's Work and Committee on Scholarship of the Union League of Philadelphia." In the center is a kneeling football player. Condition: Good. Location: 3-d Artifact Room, center aisle against wall, 1965.

Set, Tableware. Silver pieces without the script "UL" monogram and with block letters on the bottom, "Union League of Philadelphia."

1., 2. Ashtray, one with holder for match book

3. Oval sauce boat with handles at either end

4. Rectangular divided vegetable dish, 1 with hinges lid

5., 6. Two small rectangular trays

7. Small bowl with spout and wood handle

8. Almost heart shaped condiment and cracker server with handle and with 2 upright parts for glass containers, 1 with a hinged lid

9. Round holder with 3 round holes and central vertical handle with small loop on top, to hold 3 glass serving containers

10. Holder with four attached silver bowls for condiments with large oval handle

11., 12. Two small bowls

13., 14. Two larger bowls, with angled sides

15., 16. Two larger bowls with rounded sides

17.-20. Two small oval bowls, two larger oval bowls, individual vegatable dishes, a la carte

21., 22. Two shallow round bowls with fluted, flange handles, of a thinner type of silver than the other bowls

23.-25. Pierced finger bowls without their ceramic liner

26. Chafing dish with wood handles. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Shelf. Thick glass shelf with wall bracket at either end encasing the glass and attaching it to the wall. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Shelf. Thick glass shelf with wall bracket at either end encasing the glass and attaching it to the wall. Condition: Fair. Location: Shelf GG.5, undated.

Shell, Artillery. Hollow, brass casing with a screw hole. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Shell, Artillery. Hollow, brass casing with a screw hole. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Shell, Artillery. Hollow, brass casing with two holes, one with a screw. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Shirt. Grey t-shirt with Union League seal in navy and red printed on front. Size L. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Shirt. White t-shirt with Union League seal in navy and red printed on front. Size L. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Shirt, Polo. Navy polo shirt with Union League seal in navy, gold and red printed on front. Size XL. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Shirt, Polo. White polo shirt with Union League seal in navy, gold and red printed on front. Size XL. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Sideboard. Sideboard, Jacobean style, turned legs, trestle bottom, Brass pulls that are deteriorating the wood behind. Spiral turned front legs and plain back legs. Seven sets of vertical knobbed trim on front in couples. Condition: Fair. Location: Broad St. bdg., 2nd floor across from Farragut Rm, undated.

Sign. 4 laminated library signs, one mounted on wood. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.3, undated.

Sign. Paper or cardboard sign framed in black wood, reading, "Silence" in black block letters. With wooden flange hinged on back for standing on a table. Location: Shelf CC.5, undated.

Sign. Wood sign with painted letters, "Blue Anchor 1681." Has rampant unicorn and lion serpents. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.6, undated.

Soap. Soap bar with paper folded around it with "Union League of Philadelphia" on either side. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Soap. Soap bar with paper folded around it with lithographed imagery from the Civil War, including ovals with Martha Washington and Mary Lincoln. On the reverse are images of women nursing in a hospital ward, a woman pointing towards a flag, looking at a soldier, 5 children gathered around a women holding a flag and women watching soldiers on parade. The center of the wrapper reads, "This certifies Union League soap This soap can be used...for toilet use, shaving, laundering of clothes and cleaning of mess kits and similar equipment." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Spittoon. 5 spittoons. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf JJ, undated.

Spoon. Spoon inscribed "UL" at top of handle. On the bowl of the spoon is an image of a nine story building, 20th century building. On the reverse of the handle, "Union League, Los Angeles, Cal." Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf HH.2, undated.

Spoon, demitasse. Demitasse spoon inscribed on reverse, "International Silver Co." with engraved "UL" script monogram on handle. See 34 pieces in collection under 2002.19 of same pattern. (Second spoon with obj. # 2004.89.2). Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Spoon, Demitasse. Demitasse spoon with script "UL" in the handles. In the reverse inscribed, "International Silver Co. Union League of Phila." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Spoon, Demitasse. Demitasse spoon with script "UL" in the handles. In the reverse inscribed, "International Silver Co. Union League of Phila." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Spoon, Soup. 3 soup spoons with two curling flourishes at the base and the "UL" monogram in script. Very large bowls on the spoons. On reverse inscribed, "Reed and Barton." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf EE.3, undated.

Stamp. Wood handled stamp with Mulholland's name in script. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf DD.5, Mulholland Collection Box, undated.

Stamp, Marking. Black metal press with vertical handle one presses down to press embossing plates together. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.4, undated.

Statue. Standing sculpture of General St. Clair A. Mulholland with beard parted in center and coming to two points in Civil War uniform with Congressional Medal of Honor on his chest, left hand on his sword, right holding glove at his waist, wearing a hat. Condition: Good. Location: South floor, undated.

Stencil on plaster wall piece. Plaster pieces from the walls of the Business Center, formerly a dining room at the Union League from an interior wall. Pieces show stenciling scheme from 1870s. The paint is applied to the original 1865 plaster. Design is tan and silver in some areas and ochre, tan, green and gilt in others with in a circular pattern with circles of segmented lines. Location: Shelf AA.6 in two boxes, 1870s.

Stencil on plaster wall piece. Plaster pieces from the walls of the Business Center, formerly a dining room at the Union League from an interior wall. Pieces show stenciling scheme from 1870s. The paint is applied to the original 1865 plaster. Design is tan and silver in some areas and ochre, tan, green and gilt in others with in a circular pattern with circles of segmented lines. Location: Shelf AA.6, 1870s.

Stencil on plaster wall piece. Plaster pieces from the walls of the Old Cafe at the Union League from outside the room in the central hall. Pieces show stenciling scheme from 1920 with stripes of with dots of black on burgundy/brown. The paint is applied to the original 1865 plaster. Also included in the box are 5 envelopes with small sample pieces of plaster from the same site. Location: Under shelf AA.6, 1920.

Stencil on plaster wall piece. Plaster pieces from the walls of the Old Cafe at the Union League from the south wall near where bowed book shelf was removed from this south wall to the north wall of the room to make room for a doorway in 2005. Pieces show stenciling scheme from 1920, which replicated in a different color the scheme of 1884-1885, which was burgundy with gold leaf. The paint is applied to the original 1865 plaster. Design is burgundy/brown color with black stenciling in a circular patter with circles segmented into three parts with sweeping circular lines around. Location: Under shelf BB.6, 1920.

Stone, Worked. Carved marble block with, "Union League" carved on sides. Has small hole carved out of middle of top. Possibly could have held a foot scraper. Location: Shelf HH.7, undated.

Stone, Worked. Square worked stone pedestal with hole carved in top to presumably hold a bowl or sculpture of some kind. With metal plate on side inscribed, "Granite from Cemetery Hill Gettysburg Presented to the Union League of Philadelphia by G.A. Nicolls." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf GG.4, undated.

Stone, Worked. Vermont marble disks from the floor of the North and/or South Marble rooms removed for on of outlets. Condition: Good. Location: Shelf AA.6, undated.

Stool, Piano. Burgundy, gold and green needlepoint seat with a basket of flowers design, piano stool, ornate legs. The legs are in a shape as a "U' mounted on an upside down "U." Condition: Fair. Location: 5th floor archives storage, Annex 3, undated.

Strap, Shoulder. 6 shoulder straps: 2 navy blue velvet with gold braid edge and oak leaf; 2 yellow with gold braid edge and two bars; 2 light blue with gold braid edge and two bars. Condition: Fair. Location: Missing, undated.

Streamers. Silver, cardboard tube with colored paper streamers inside distributed at the Millennium 2000 Union League party. Location: Shelf HH.4, 1999.

Stud. 3 round studs in a gray velvet box. Studs with Union League seal surrounded by a red band. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf DD, undated.

Suit. Doorman's navy blue suit with an embroidered, "UL" in gold on the left arm. Gold piping on the collar and 3 brass buttons. With black textured tie. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.3, undated.

Sweatshirt. Grey sweatshirt with Union League seal in black printed on front. Size XXL. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf HH.4, undated.

Sword. 1959.2.1 A Sword in scabbard with bottom of scabbard (drag) missing. Sword's handle looks like coiled wire around textured silver colored medal, Chicopee, Mass. "as knuckle bow." The guard is elaborate, with knob on lower end and filigree panel on the right side with letters, "US." Pommel is concentric ovals, the largest being wider than the handle. Blade is straight, engraved, "Ames Mfg. Co. with "US" engraved on blade about 1/3 of the way down from the guard. Old label in curatorial file reads, "Sword in scabbard with bottom shot off..."

1959.2.1B Scabbard main body a dark metal with two brass elements to which attach the two rings. Stamped on upper brass element, "Ames Mfg. Co. Chicipee, Mass."

1959.2.1C Loop with swivel attached, brass. Passing through the upper ring is single piece loop with a swivel metal attachment, which is semi-circular with a bar across the opening. Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf BB.4, 1959.

Sword. Curved Calvary sword (A) with eagle's head finial. Hilt of ivory cut to resemble bands with engraved repeating leaf pattern at base in metal and simple thin guard piece. Blade is curved.

Scabbard (B) has two metal bands each with a metal ring attached on the leather part. The top metal band has a fluted edge with a raised knob in the middle. On the reverse of the leather scabbard is a row of stitching going up the center. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf BB.4, undated.

Sword. Dress sword (A) with scabbard. The blade engraved with flags, possibly a cannon and curvilinear designs, and has a straight, tapering, double-edged blade. The hilt has a thin knuckle bow with a leaf decoration on either side. The pommel or top has an eagle on one side and has a blank shield on the other side. The hilt, right above the blade, has a large eagle on one side and is blank on the other. The initials, "P.F.B." are scratched on the reverse side of the eagle on the hilt. The handle has a brass, twisted wire wound around dark, textured metal.

The scabbard (B) is made of metal with two bands with a leaf pattern, the upper one with two rings and the lower with one. Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf BB.5, undated.

Sword. Field duty sword (A) with knuckle bow and slightly curved, single edged blade with elaborate engraving. Guard extends to the left slightly with a larger filigree panel to the right. The guard tapers to a thin knuckle bow towards the pommel or top. There is a knob extending down below the guard in front of the blade. Top or finial is made up of concentric circles. Handle is covered in black textured leather with textured wire wrapped around it. The blade has a groove on either side extending along the blunt side. The engraving includes an eagle and shields with stars and stripes on it, a flag, sword, arrows, drum and cannon balls. The blade is inscribed, "U.S." on one side and "Pluribus Unum," "W.H. Horstmann & Sons Philadelphia" on the reverse. Along the blunt edge of the blade near the hilt is inscribed what appears to read, "ON PROOF." A piece of leather is attached, but only hanging by a bit below the hilt, surrounding the blade.

The scabbard (B) is made of leather with two metal bands with attached rings, and a metal cap on the bottom. A piece of cloth is glued to the cap, presumably a label, but no notation can be seen now. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf BB.5, undated.

Sword. Foot artillery sword (A) has spread eagle with shield at chest in relief on either side of brass pommel. Hilt decorated with brass fish scale decoration. Sword has indentations along shaft, and is straight, double bladed. Makers name and small symbol are stamped near the top of the blade.

Scabbard (B) is made of black leather with a brass top with knob and brass bottom, and a central line of stitching on one side. Condition: Unstable. Location: Shelf BB.4, undated.

Sword. Inlaid cavalry officer's sword, screaming eagle at the top, ornate guard. Decorated metal scabbard with presentation plaque. Condition: Excellent. Location: Shelf BB.5, undated.

Sword. Sword (A) with knuckle bow and slightly curved, single edged blade. Guard extends to the left slightly with a larger filigree panel to the right. The guard tapers to a thin knuckle bow towards the pommel or top. There is a knob extending down below the guard in front of the blade. Top or finial is made up of concentric circles. Handle is covered in black leather with twisted wire wrapped around it. The blade has a groove on either side extending along the blunt side.

The scabbard (B) is made of leather with two metal bands with attached rings, and a metal cap on the bottom. A piece of cloth is glued to the cap, presumably a label, but no notation can be seen now. Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf BB.4, undated.

Sword. Sword (A) with leather-covered hilt with brass wire wound around it. Stamped on guard, "1022 P 10." Sword has curved blade.

Scabbard (B) with two bands with attached rings. Condition: Stable. Location: Shelf BB.4 (bundled), undated.

Sword. Sword blade (A) has no handle. It was blown off by a shell that wounded Patterson in the hand and dented the scabbard (B). Scabbard has one band with a ring near the top, and a remnant of a lower band below at site of damage. Condition: Poor. Location: Shelf BB.5, undated.

Sword. Sword with knuckle bow and slightly curved, single edged blade with elaborate engraving. Guard has "US" in fancy pierced decoration. The guard tapers to a thin knuckle bow towards the pommel or top. An eagle's head extends below the guard. Top or finial is made up of concentric ovals with allegorical figure's face below. Handle is metal. The blade has engraved, "Capt. B.F. Bean" and near the top, "G.W.Simons & Bros. Philada. Pa." The engraving includes flags and leaves. The scabbard is made of brass with a silver oval insert engraved, "Presented to Capt. Benj. F. Bean by members of Co B. 34th Reg. P.V. as a token of regard for his soldierly qualities and gentlemanly conduct." Condition: Good. Location: Shelf BB.5, undated.

Sword. The sword (A) has a narrow, double, straight-edged blade, not engraved. The guard has an eagle on one side and a shield with two crossed swords, canons and rifles on the other. The handle was a brass wire wound around it with a finial surmounted by a flower design.