SUBJECT INDEX


| A |B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |


A

Samuel Adams, Massachusetts, statue by Anne Whitney, 1876, 7'8" (Statuary Hall)

Ethan Allen, Vermont, statue by Larkin G. Mead, 1874-75, 8'8" (Statuary Hall)

William Allen, Ohio, statue by Charles H. Niehaus, 1885-87, 7'5" (Statuary Hall)

William B. Allison, portrait by Willbur Aaron Reaser, (Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Daniel R. Anthony, Chairman, photograph (H-217)

John D. C. Atkins, Chairman, photograph (In storage)

Stephen F. Austin, Texas, statue by Elisabet Ney, 1904, 6'2" (Small house rotunda)

Authority Consults the Written Law by Constantino Brumidi (Senate wing, first floor, west corridor)

Charles Brantley Aycock, North Carolina, statue by Charles Keck, 1929-32, 7'3" (Hall of Columns)

Index


B

Edward Dickinson Baker, statue by Horation Stone, (Rotunda)

William B. Bankhead, Speaker, portrait by Howard Chandler Christy, 1937

Nathaniel P. Banks, Speaker, portrait by Robt. W. Vonnoh, 1887

Philip P. Barbour, Speaker, portrait by Kate Flourney Edwards, 1911

Bartholdi Fountain by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi (Botanic Garden)

Edward Lewis "Bob" Bartlett, Alaska, statue by Felix De Weldon, 1971, 8'6" (House connecting corridor)

William Henry Harrison Beadle, South Dakota, statue by H. Daniel Webster, 1911, 6'4" (Statuary Hall)

Gunning Bedford Jr., portrait attributed to Charles Wilson Peale (House wing, third floor, east corridor)

John Bell, Speaker, portrait by Willie Betty Newman, 1911

Three portraits: John Bell, portrait by Charles Fenderich, Linn Boyd portrait by unknown lithographer, Jonathan Dayton pencil or watered ink

Thomas Hart Benton, Missouri, statue by Alexander Doyle, 1895-97, 7'7" (Statuary Hall)

James G. Blaine, Speaker, portrait by Freeman Thorp, 1905

Frances P. Blair, Jr., Missouri, statue by Alexander Doyle, 1895-97, 7'6" (Hall of Columns)

William Edgar Borah, Idaho, statue by Bryant Baker, 1946, 7'2" (Senate connecting corridor)

Linn Boyd, Speaker, portrait by Stanley Middleton, 1911

William Brewster--Religion, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216, ceiling)

William Jennings Bryan, Nebraska, statue by Rudulph Evans, 1936-37, 6'7" (Statuary Hall)

James P. Buchanan, Chairman, portrait by Seymour M. Stone, 1946

Charles Bulfinch, portrait by George B. Matthews after 1842 drawing by Alvan Clark (SB-14)

John Burke, North Dakota, statue by Avon Fairbanks, 1962, 8'6" (Statuary Hall)

Joseph W. Byrns, Speaker, portrait by Sophonisba Hergesheimer, 1937

Joseph W. Byrns, Chairman, portrait by George B. Matthews, 1933

Index


C

John C. Calhoun, portrait by Henry F. Darby, about 1849(Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

John C. Calhoun, portrait by Arthur Conrad, ( Senate reception room wall)

John C. Calhoun, South Carolina, statue by Frederick W. Ruckstuhl, 1909, 7'7" (Statuary Hall)

Clarence Cannon, Chairman, portrait by Charles J. Fox

Joseph G. Cannon, Chairman, portrait by Freeman Thorp, 1914

Joseph G. Cannon, Speaker, portrait by William T. Smedley, 1912

United States Capitol, East Front by Paul N. Norton, 1971(H-107)

Three Column Capitals

John G. Carlisle, Speaker, portrait by Ellen Day Hale, 1911

Charles Carroll of Carrollton, portrait by Chester Harding, (House wing, third floor, east corridor)

Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Maryland, statue by Richard E. Brooks, 1902, 7'6" (Statuary Hall)

Lewis Cass, Michigan, statue by Daniel Chester French, 1909, 7'8" (Statuary Hall)

Crystal Chandelier

Zachhariah Chandler, Michigan, statue by Charles H. Niehaus, 1912, 7'7" (Hall of Columns)

Battle of Chapultepec (Storming of Chapultepec) by James Walker (In storage)

Dennis Chavez, New Mexico, statue by Felix De Weldon, 1966, 7'5" (Vestibule north of Rotunda)

Langdon Cheves, Speaker, portrait by Hal Morrison, 1912

Chief Justice Busts

Progress of Civilization by Thomas Crawford, 1863 (Senate Pediment, East Front)

Champ Clark, Speaker, portrait by Boris B. Gordon, 1919

Edward Clark, portrait by Constantino Brumidi (SB-15)

James P. Clark, Arkansas, statue by Pompeo Coppini, 1917-21, 6'10" ( Hall of Columns)

Henry Clay, portrait by Henry F. Darby, (Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Henry Clay, portrait by Jno. Neagle, (House wing, third floor, east corridor)

Henry Clay, portrait by Allyn Cox, ( Senate reception room wall)

Henry Clay, Speaker, portrait by Giuseppe Fagnani, 1852

Henry Clay, Kentucky, statue by Charles H. Niehaus, 1909, 7'2" (Statuary Hall)

John M. Clayton, Delaware, statue by Bryant Baker, 1932, 7'6" (Senate connecting corridor)

George Clinton, New York, statue by Henry Kirke Brown, 6'8" (Small house rotunda)

Howell Cobb, Speaker, portrait by Lucy M. Stanton, 1912

Schuyler Colfax, Speaker, portrait by Freeman Thorp, 1912

Jacob Collamer, Vermont, statue by Preston Powers, 1879, 6'8" ( Hall of Columns)

Two Paintings: Chasm of the Colorado and Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone both by Thomas Moran

Christopher Columbus--Discovery, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216, ceiling)

Columbus and the Indian Maiden by Constantino Brumidi (Senate wing, first floor, west corridor)

Landing of Columbus at the Island of Guanahani, West Indies, October 12, 1492 by John Vanderlyn (Rotunda)

Drawing of Landing of Columbus at the Island of Guanahani, West Indies, October 12, 1492 by John Vanderlyn

Recall of Coulmbus by Augustus G. Heaton, 1882(Senate wing, third floor, east corridor)

Congressional Busts

Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States by Howard Chandler Christy,(House wing, east stairway)

Drawing of Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States by Howard Chandler Christy,(

Charles F. Crisp, Speaker, portrait by Robert Hinckley

Jabez, Lamar Monroe Curry, Alabama, statue by Dante Sodini, 1904-06, 7'4" ( Hall of Columns) Index


D

Father Damien SS,CC., Hawaii, statue by Marisol Escobar, 7'7" (Hall of Columns)

Jefferson Davis, Mississippi, statue by Augustus Lukewarm, Sc, 1928, 7'7" (Statuary Hall)

John W. Davis, Speaker, portrait by W. D. Murphy, 1911

Henry L. Dawes, Chairman, photograph (In storage)

Jonathan Dayton, Speaker, portrait by Henry Harrison, 1911

Declaration of Independence in Congress, at the Independence Hall, Philadelphia, July 4, 1776 by John Trumbull(Rotunda)

Drawing of Declaration of Independence in Congress, at the Independence Hall, Philadelphia, July 4, 1776 by John Trumbull

Fort Defiance, New Mexico (now Arizona) by Seth Eastman, 1873 ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Fort Delaware, Delaware by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Apotheosis of Democracy by Paul Wayland Bartlett, 1916 (House Pediment, East Front)

Two Statues: Discovery of America by Luigi Persico and Rescue by Horatio Greenough (Both in storage)

John Adams Dix, portrait by Imogene Robinson Morrell, 1883(In storage) Index


E

Eagle by C. Paul Jennewein, 1964 (Rayburn House Office Building)

Two Eagles: by Guiseppe Valaperta, 1816 (Statuary Hall on the frieze of the entablature below the statue of Liberty) and by Unknown Artist (S-228, Old Senate Chamber)

Leiv Eiriksson Discovers America A.D. 1000 by Per Krohg after Christian Krohg, 1893 (Senate wing, third floor, east corridor)

Electoral Commission of 1877 (Florida Case) by Cornelia A. Fassett, 1879 (Senate wing, third floor, east corridor)

First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by Francis Bicknell Carpenter, 1864 (Senate wing, west staircase)

Drawing of First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by Francis Bicknell Carpenter, 1864

Battle of Lake Erie by William H. Powell (Senate wing, east staircase)

Index


F

Benjamin Franklin, statue by H. Powers, 1862, 7'11" (Senate wing, second floor, east corridor)

Benjamin Franklin--History, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216, ceiling)

Benjamin Franklin by Constantino Brumidi (Patent corridor)

Carlo Franzoni, portrait by Pietro Bonanni, 1818 (HB-29)

Two Statues: Freedom by Thomas Crawford, 1858; and Il Penseroso by Joseph Mozier, 1872

Frescoes

Friezes

Robert Fulton, Pennsylvania, statue by Howard Roberts, 1883, 5'4" (Statuary Hall)

Robert Fulton by Constantino Brumidi (Patent corridor)

Index


G

James A. Garfield, mosaic portrait by Antonio Salviati, 1882(Senate wing, third floor, east corridor)

James Abraham Garfield, Ohio, statue by Charles H. Neihaus, 1884-85, 7'7" (Rotunda)

John Nance Garner, portrait by Howard Chandler Christy, 1937(In storage)

John Nance Garner, Speaker, portrait by Seymour M. Stone, 1939

Genius of America by Luigi Persico, 1825-28 (East Central Pediment)

James Z. George, Mississippi, statue by Augustus Lukewarm, 1928, 7'8" (Hall of Columns)

Joshua R. Giddings, portrait by Caroline L. Ormes Ransom (In storage)

Frederick H. Gillett, Speaker, portrait by Edmund C. Tarbell, 1920

George Washington Glick, Kansas, statue by Charles H. Niehaus, 1913-14, 7'5" (Hall of Columns)

Arthur P. Gorman, portrait by Louis P. Dieterich, 1911

John Gorrie, Florida, statue by C. Adrian Pillars, 1913, 7'6" (Statuary Hall)

Ulysses S. Grant, portrait by William Cogswell, 1868

Ulysses S. Grant, statue by Franklin Simmons, 1899, 7'5" (Rotunda)

Nathanael Greene, Rhode Island, statue by Henry Kirke Brown, 1869, 6'4" (Vestibule north of Rotunda)

John Campbell Greenway, Arizona, statue by Gutzon Borglum, 1928, 8'2" (Statuary Hall)

Galusha A. Grow, Speaker, portrait by Wm. A. Greaves, 1891 Index


H

Hannibal Hamlin, Maine, statue by Charles E. Tefft, 1933, 6'8" (Statuary Hall)

Alexander Hamilton, statue by Horatio Stone, 1868, 7'9" (Rotunda)

Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasury, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216)

Wade Hampton, South Carolina, statue by Frederic W. Ruckstull, 1929, 7'6" (House connecting corridor)

John Hancock, statue by Horatio Stone, 1861, 7'6" (Senate wing, second floor, west corridor)

John Hanson,Maryland, statue by Richard E. Brooks, 1902, 7'9" (Senate connecting corridor)

James Harlan, Iowa, statue by Nellie V. Walker, 1909, 8'4" (Hall of Columns)

David B. Henderson, Speaker, portrait by Freeman Thorp, 1903

Two Portraits: Joseph Henry portrait by Henry Ulke and Benjamin West, self portrait

Patrick Henry, portrait by by George B. Matthews after Thomas Sully (Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Frank Hiscock, Chairman, photograph (In storage)

Car of History (Clock) by Carlo Franzoni, 1819 (Statuary Hall, north entrance)

Samuel Houston, Texas, statue by Elisabet Ney, 1904, 6'10" (Statuary Hall)

Discovery of the Hudson River by Albert Bierstadt,(Member's private stairway, east corridor)

Robert M. T. Hunteer, Speaker, portrait by Richard N. Borrke, 1911

Index


I

John J. Ingalls, Kansas, statue byCharles H. Niehaus, 1903-4, 7'5" (Statuary Hall) Index


J

Andrew Jackson, portrait by Thomas Sully, 1876

Andrew Jackson, Tennesee, statue by Belle Kinney Scholz, 1927, 7'6" (Rotunda)

Sergeants Jasper and Newton Rescuing American Prisoners from the British by John Blake White, 1810-1815(Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

Thomas Jefferson, portrait by Thomas Sully, 1856

Thomas Jefferson, statue by P. J. David D'angers, 1833, 7'6" (Rotunda)

Thomas Jefferson, statue by H. Powers, 1863, 8' (Senate wing, second floor, east corridor)

Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216)

Fort Jefferson, Florida by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

John Paul Jones, portrait by George B. Matthews after C. W. Peale

John W. Jones, Speaker, portrait by James B. Sword, 1911

Justice byCarlo Franzoni, 1817 (S-141)

Justice and History by Thomas Crawford (Above Senate bronze doors, east portico)

Index


K

King Kamehameha, Hawaii, statue by Thomas R. Gould, 1879, 8'7" (Statuary Hall)

Philip Kearny, New Jersey, statue by Henry Kirke Brown, 1873, 6'6" (Hall of Columns)

J. Warren Keifer, Speaker, portrait by Chas. A. Gray

John E. Kenna, West Virginia, statue by Alexander Doyle, 1897-1901, 7'8" (Hall of Columns)

Michael Kerr, Speaker, portrait by Chas. A. Gray, 1911

Thomas Starr King, California, statue by Haig Patigian, 1930, 7'2" (Hall of Columns)

William King, Maine, statue by Franklin Simmons, 1877, 7'5" (House connecting corridor)

Father Eusebio Francisco King, S.J., Arizona, statue by Suzanne Silvercruys, 1964, 7'8" (Hall of Columns)

Samuel Jordan Kirkwood, Iowa, statue by Vinnie Ream, 1913, 7'4" (Statuary Hall )

Henry Knox, Secretary of War, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216)

Fort Knox, Maine by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor) Index


L

General LaFayette, portrait by Ary Scheffer, 1823 (House Chamber)

Fort LaFayette, New York by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Robert M. LaFollette, Sr., portrait by Chester LaFollette, ( Senate reception room wall)

Robert M. LaFollette, Sr., Wisconsin, statue by Jo Davidson, 1928, 6'6" (Statuary Hall)

John Langdon, portrait by Hattie Burdette, 1916

Henry Latimer, portrait by Clawson S. Hammitt,(Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

James Latimer, portrait by Clawson Shakespeare Hammitt, (Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

Benjamin H. Latrobe, portrait by George B. Matthews after C. W. Peale (SB- 14)

Henry Laurens, portrait attributed to John Singleton Copley, 1781 (S-209)

Two Statues: Majesty of Law and Spirit of Justice by Paul C. Jennewein, 1964 (Rayburn House Office Building, Independence Avenue, west and east pylons)

Reverend Jason Lee, Oregon, statue by Gifford MacG. Proctor, 1952, 6'11" (Statuary Hall)

Robert E. Lee, Virginia, statue by Edward V. Valentine, 1909, 6'6" (Statuary Hall)

James Hamilton Lewis, portrait by Louis Betts, (Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

Liberty and the Eagle, statue byEnrico Causici, 13'7" (Statuary Hall)

Abraham Lincoln, portrait by Antonio Salviati, 1866(Senate wing, third floor, east corridor)

Abraham Lincoln, portrait by Freeman Thorp, about 1879(Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Abraham Lincoln, statue by Vinnie Ream, 1870, 6"11" (Rotunda)

Robert R. Livingston, New York, statue by Erastus Dow Palmer, 1874, 6'4" (Statuary Hall)

Dr. Crawford Williamson Long, Georgia, statue byJ. Massey Rhind, 1924-25, 7'2" (Senate connecting corridor)

Huey Pierce Long, Louisiana, statue by Charles Keck, Sc., 1938-40, 6'8" (Statuary Hall)

Nicholas Longworth, Speaker, portrait by Robert Doblhoff, 1930

Cession of Louisiana (Negotions for the acquisition of Louisiana) by Constantino Brumidi, 1875 (Senate wing, first floor, north corridor)

David Lynn, portrait by Charles J. Fox, 1954 (SB-15)

Index


M

Fort Mackinac, Michigan by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Nathaniel Macon, Speaker, portrait by Robert D. Gauley (after W. G. Randall), 1911

George H. Mahon, Chairman, portrait by Charles J. Fox, 1974 (H-216)

General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share his Meal by John Blake White, 1810-1815 (Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

Pere Jacques Marquette, Wisconsin, statue by Gaetano Trentnove, 1895, 7'7" (House connecting corridor)

John Marshall, portrait by Richard N. Brooke after W. D. Washington, 1880 (House wing, third floor, west corridor)

John Marshall statue by William Wetmore Story, 1883, 6'11" (Capitol grounds, west front)

Joseph W. Martin, Speaker, portrait by Boris B. Gordon, 1959

Mask by Unknown Artist, 1857 (SB-14)

Patrick Anthony McCarran, Nevada, statue by Yolande Jacobson, 1959, 7'3" (Statuary Hall vestibule north)

John W. McCormack, Speaker, portrait by Victor lallier, 1966

Dr. Ephraim McDowell, Kentucky, statue by Charles H. Niehaus, 1928, 7'4" (Senate connecting corridor)

Dr. John McLoughlin, Oregon, statue by Gifford MacG. Proctor, 1952, 6'11" (Statuary Hall)

Charles L. McNary, portrait by Henrique Medina, 1946(Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Fort Mifflin, Pennsylvania by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Discovery of the Mississippi by DeSoto 1541 by William H. Powell, 1853(Rotunda)

Drawing of Discovery of the Mississippi by DeSoto 1541 by William H. Powell, 1853

Entrance Into Monterey by Albert Bierstadt,(Member's private stairway, west corridor)

Justin S. Morrill, portrait by Eastman Johnson, 1884(Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Esther Hobart Morris, Wyoming, statue by Avard Fairbanks, 1958, 8' (Statuary Hall vestibule north)

J. Sterling Morton, Nebraska, statue by Rudulph Evans, 1936-37, 6'9" (Hall of Columns)

Oliver P. Morton, Indiana, statue by Charles H. Niehaus, 1897-99, 7'6" (Hall of Columns)

Mrs. Motte Directing Generals Marion and Lee to Burn her Mansion to Dislodge the British by John Blake White, 1810-1815(Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

Battle of Fort Moultrie by John Blake White, 1815 (Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

Frederick A. C. Muhlenberg, Speaker, portrait by Samuel B. Waugh (after Joseph Wright), 1881

John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg, Pennsylvania, statue by Blanche Nevin, 1884, 6'6" (Small House rotunda)

Index


N

Native Americans

Niagara Falls in Winter by Regis Gignoux, 1848(Senate wing, third floor, south corridor)

Index


O

James L. Orr, Speaker, portrait by Esther Edmonds, 1911

Samuel Osgood, Postmaster General, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216)

Index


P

Peace by Walter L. Dean( 311 Cannon House Office Building)

William Pennington, Speaker, portrait by Jos. Lauber, 1911

Two Statues: Pericles and Phidias, artists and dates unknown (H-216, House Appropriations Committee)

Frances H. Pierpont, West Virginia, statue by Franklin Simmons, 1903, 7'7" (Statuary Hall)

Embarkation of the Pilgrims at Delft Haven, Holland, July 22,1620 by Robt. W. Weir, 1843 (Rotunda)

Drawing of Embarkation of the Pilgrims at Delft Haven, Holland, July 22,1620 by Robt. W. Weir, 1843

Two Statues: Pioneers of the West and Settlers of the East Coast by Paul Manship, 1965 (crypt)

Pocahontas, portrait by unknown artist (s-233)

Baptism of Pocahontas at Jamestown, Virginia, 1613 by John G. Chapman (Rotunda)

Drawing of Baptism of Pocahontas at Jamestown, Virginia, 1613 by John G. Chapman

James K. Polk, Speaker, portrait by Rebecca Polk, 1911

Four portraits: James K. Polk, portrait by Charles Fenderich, Andrew Stevenson portrait by unknown lithographer, John W. Taylor portrait by unknown artist after Gibson, Robert C. Winthrop portrait by unknown lithographer

Theodore M. Pomeroy, Speaker, portrait by George L. Clough

Presidential Busts

Index


Q

Index


R

Henry T. Rainey, Speaker, portrait by Howard Chandler Christy, 1935

Samuel J. Randall, Chairman, portrait by Kathryne C. Dimmitt, after C. A. Fassett, 1962 (H-216)

Samual J. Randall, Speaker, portrait by Wm. A. Greaves after C. A. Fassett

Edmund Randolph, Attorney General, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216)

Sam Rayburn, Speaker, portrait by Douglas Chandor, 1941

Sam Rayburn, portrait byTom Lea, 1966 (Rayburn House Office Building, east entrance)

Sam Rayburn, statue by Felix De Weldon, 1965, 6' ( Rayburn House Office Building, main entrance)

Thomas B. Reed, Speaker, portrait by John S. Sargent, 1891

Reliefs

Rhytons by W. H. Livingstone, Sr., 1964 (Rayburn House Office Building)

Henry Mower Rice, Minnesota, statue by Frederick E. Triebel, 1913-16, 7'7" (Statuary Hall)

Fort Rice, North Dakota by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Joseph T. Robinson, portrait by Nicholas R. Brewer, 1934(Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Caesar Rodney, Delaware, statue by Bryant Baker, 1932, 7'5" (Statuary Hall)

Will Rogers, Oklahoma, statue by Jo Davidson, 1938, 7'6" (House connecting corridor)

Uriah M. Rose, Arkansas, statue by Frederic W. Ruckstuhl, 1917, 7'6" (Statuary Hall)

Charles marion Russell, Montana, statue by John B. Weaver, 1957-58, 7'1" (Statuary Hall)

Index


S

Dr. Florence Rena Sabin, Colorado, statue by Joy Flinsch Buba, 1958, 5'3" (Statuary Hall)

Maria L. Sanford, Minnesota, statue by Evelyn Raymond, 1958, 6'11" (Senate connecting corridor)

Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, New York, October 17, 1777 by John Trumbull (Rotunda)

Drawing of Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, New York, October 17, 1777 by John Trumbull

Joseph D. Sayers, Chairman, photograph (In storage)

Fort Scammel and Fort Gorges, Maine by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

General Winfield Scott portrait by Edward Troye

Thoedore Sedgwick, Speaker, portrait by Edgar Parker after Gilbert Stuart

Sequoya, Oklahoma, statue by Vinnie Ream, 1917, 7'6" (Statuary Hall)

Juniperro Serra, California, statue by Ettore Cadorin, 1930, 8'9" (Statuary Hall)

John Sevier, Tennesee, statue by Belle Kinney Scholz and Leopold F. Scholz, 1931, 7'10" (Statuary Hall)

Morris Sheppard, portrait by Boris B. Gordon, 1941(Location Unknown)

J. Swagar Sherley, Chairman, portrait by Chas. Sneed Williams (H-217)

Roger Sherman, Connecticut, statue by Chauncey B. Ives, 1870, 7'11" (Statuary Hall)

General James Shields, Illinois, statue by Leonard W. Volk, 1893, 7'6" (Hall of Columns)

George L. Shoup, Idaho, statue by Frederick E. Triebel, 1909, 7'7" (Statuary Hall)

General Edmund Kirby Smith, Florida, statue by Charles A. Pillars, 1917, 7'5" (Hall of Columns)

Fort Snelling, Minnesota by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Stairway Balusters and Rails designed by Constantino Brumidi, 1857 (Senate and House wing stairways)

Detail of Bronze Stairways designed by Constantino Brumidi, 1857 (Senate and House wing stairways)

Elizabeth cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott, statue by Adelaide Johnson, 1921, (Crypt, first floor)

John Stark, New Hampshire, statue by Carl Conrads, 1894, 6'5" (Vestibule north of Rotunda)

Alexander Hamilton Stephens, Georgia, statue by Gutzon Borglum, 1926-27, 5'8" (Statuary Hall)

Thaddeus Stevens, Chairman, Matthew Brady photograph oil tinted (H- 216)

Andrew Stevenson, Speaker, portrait by Spencer Baird Nichols, 1911

J. George Stewart, portrait by Charles J. Fox

Richard Stockton, New Jersey, statue by Henry Kirke Brown, 1874, 6'3" (Statuary Hall)

Charles Sumner, portrait by Walter Ingalls, 1876(Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Fort Sumter, South Carolina (before the war) by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Fort Sumter, South Carolina (after the bombardment) by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Fort Sumter, South Carolina (after the war) by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Index


T

John Taber, Chairman, portrait by Frank de Bruin Valerius, 1960 (H-218)

Robert A. Taft, portrait by Deane Keller, ( Senate reception room wall)

Robert A. Taft Memorial and Robert A. Taft statue by Wheeler Williams, 1959 (United States Capitol Grounds, statue at base of memorial)

James A. Tawney, Chairman, portrait by Freeman Thorp, 1911 (In Storage)

Edward T. Taylor, Chairman, portrait by John C. Johansen, 1939 (H-218)

John W. Taylor, Speaker, portrait by Caroline L. O. Ransom

Fort Taylor, Florida by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

William Thornton, portrait by George B. Matthews after Gilbert Stuart, 1930 (SB-14)

Fort Tompkins and Fort Wadsworth, New York by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Tripoli or Peace Monument by Charles Micali

Fort Trumbull, Connecticut by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Jonathan Trumbull, Speaker, portrait by Harry Ives Thompson, 1880

Johnathan Trumball, Connecticut, statue by Chauncey B. Ives, 1869, 8'1" (House connecting corridor)

Index


U

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V

Zebulon Baird Vance, North Carolina, statue by Gutzon Borglum, 1916, 7'8" (Statuary Hall)

Joseph B. Varnum, Speaker, portrait by Charles L. Elliot

Four Sevres Vases, 1918 (H-207, Rayburn Room and Senate Lobby)

Americus Vespucius-Exploration, by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S-216, ceiling)

Vice-Presidential Busts

Index


W

General Lew Wall, Indiana, statue by Andrew O'Connor, 1908-9, 6'10" (Statuary Hall)

Thomas U. Walter, portrait by Francisco Pausas after a Brady photograph, 1925

Two Statues: War and Peace by Luigi Persico (Niche right and left of east central entrance)

Joseph Ward, South Dakota, statue by Bruno Beghe, 1963, 7'2" (Hall of Columns)

Elihu B. Washburne, Chairman, Engraving (In storage)

George Washington, portrait by William Dunlap, 1783

George Washington at Princeton, portrait by Charles Wilson Peale, 1779(Senate Wing, third floor, west corridor

George Washington, portrait by Rembrandt Peale, 1828(Old Senate Chamber)

George Washington, portrait by Gilbert Stuart (Thomas Chestnut portrait), 1876(Senator's Conference Room)

George Washington, portrait by Gilbert Stuart (Landsdowne or "teapot" type portrait), (House Reception Room)

George Washington, portrait by Gilbert Stuart (Edward Pennington portrait), 1886

George Washington, portrait by John Vanderlyn (after Gilbert Stuart), 1834 (House Chamber)

George Washington, Virginia, statue by Antoine Houdon, 1909, 7'6" (Rotunda)

George Washington in Consultation with Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton by Constantino Brumidi, 1870-73 (S-213)

George Washington by Constantino Brumidi (President's Room, S- 216)

George Washington statue by Horatio Greenough

George Washington statue by William J. Hubard after Antoine Houdon

General George Washington Resigning his Commission to Congress as Commander in Chief of the Army at Annapolis, Maryland, December 23, 1783 by John Trumbull (Rotunda)

Drawing of General George Washington Resigning his Commission to Congress as Commander in Chief of the Army at Annapolis, Maryland, December 23, 1783 by John Trumbull

Daniel Webster, portrait by John Neagle, 1881(Senate wing, second floor, main corridor)

Daniel Webster, portrait by James Henry Wright,(Senate wing, stairwell)

Daniel Webster, portrait by Adrian Lamb, ( Senate reception room wall)

Daniel Webster, New Hampshire, statue by Carl Conrads, 1893-94, 6'4" (Statuary Hall)

Fort West Point, New York by Seth Eastman, ( center section, first floor, west corridor)

Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way by Emmanuel Leutze,(House wing, west stairway)

General Joseph Wheeler, Alabama, statue by Berthold Nebel, 1923-25, 7" (Statuary Hall)

Edward Douglas White, Louisiana, statue by Arthur Morgan, 1954, 7'1" (Senate connecting corridor)

John White, Speaker, portrait by Gerald Barry, copy, 1911

Marcus Whitman, Washington, statue by Avard Fairbanks, 1950, 9' (Statuary Hall)

Frances E. Willard, Illinois, statue by Helen Farnsworth Mears, 1905, 7'1" (Statuary Hall)

Roger Williams, Rhode Island, statue by Franklin Simmons, 1870, 6'8" (Statuary Hall)

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