This lithograph depicts a town meeting in the interior of a church used as a meeting house. A group of white men, women, and children listen to another white man speaking on a platform. The speaker looks pompous, while the audience appears bored.
From a series of five prints with color variations, Above the Farm depicts a vibrant and ethereal arial perspective of Midwestern farmlands. The unnatural colors and unusual perspective emphasize the decorative patterns and visual energy of…
Reproductions of works done by Charles Alexandre Lesueur, a French naturalist and artist. He traveled to the United States and created these prints in the mid 1800s. These prints were then reproduced for the New Harmony Folio Album in 1933.
This photograph depicts the Bank Of Galesburg building on the corner of E. Main St and Kellogg St. We see this was taken after the two additional floors were added in 1911, but before the 1915 construction of the Orpheum Theatre to the far right.