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Prints & Drawings

Learn more about some of earliest images of the House—prints of the Capitol and what happens in and around it. Nineteenth century engravings, mass-produced images from illustrated newspapers, and political cartoons make up the majority of the House’s collection of works on paper.

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Charles Memorial Hamilton Charles Memorial Hamilton
Congressional Row, in the U.S. House of Representatives, Midnight of Friday, February 5th, 1858 Congressional Row, in the U.S. House of Representatives, Midnight of Friday, February 5th, 1858
Congressman's Wives Cartoon Congressman's Wives Cartoon
Congressmen Take a Rest from Law Making to "Play Ball" Congressmen Take a Rest from Law Making to "Play Ball"
Corridor Leading to the House of Representatives, with Exquisite Pavement of Mosaic Work in Marble Corridor Leading to the House of Representatives, with Exquisite Pavement of Mosaic Work in Marble
Corridor Skirting the New Hall of Representatives. Lounging-Place of the Members Corridor Skirting the New Hall of Representatives. Lounging-Place of the Members