This stereoview shows Statuary Hall in the 1870s, when it was a landing place for almost any large artwork that made its way to the Capitol. Situated along the back wall, four statues flank Sarah Ames' bust of Abraham Lincoln. From left to right the statues are Nathanael Greene, Roger Williams, Joseph Mozier’s Il Penseroso, and Abraham Lincoln. A cast of Jean-Antoine Houdon’s statue of George Washington is seen from the back. Speaker of the House Henry Clay's portrait hangs on the stone wall above Greene and Williams.