Issue Title Column Author

Vol. 07 No. 3

Seeing a Different Visual World

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Georgia B. Barnhill, et al.

Vol. 07 No. 3

“Let Them Study as Men and Work as Women”

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Barbara J. Balliet

Vol. 07 No. 3

The Art of Condescension

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Gary L. Bunker

Vol. 07 No. 3

H. J. Lewis, Free man and Freeman artist

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Marvin D. Jeter, and Mark Cervenka

Vol. 07 No. 3

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Appropriation

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Ellen Gruber Garvey

Vol. 07 No. 3

“Ho for Salt River!”

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Liz Hutter

Vol. 07 No. 3

Face Value

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Catherine E. Kelly

Vol. 07 No. 3

The Dickinsons of Amherst Collect

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Katharine Martinez

Vol. 07 No. 3

“Like standing on the edge of the world and looking away into heaven”

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Deirdre Murphy

Vol. 07 No. 3

Engaging Urban Panoramas

Nineteenth-Century Graphics in America

Jonathan Prude