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Springfield Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 55 pictures in our Springfield collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


ILLINOIS: SPRINGFIELD, c1850. Cook's Hall on 6th Street in Springfield, Illinois Featured Print

ILLINOIS: SPRINGFIELD, c1850. Cook's Hall on 6th Street in Springfield, Illinois

ILLINOIS: SPRINGFIELD, c1850.
Cook's Hall on 6th Street in Springfield, Illinois, where Abraham Lincoln gave his lecture 'Discoveries and Inventions' in 1860. Photograph, c1850.

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1850, 6th Street, Abraham, Aetna, American, Building, City, Drugstore, Exterior, Grocery, Horse, Illinois, Lincoln, Mid, Photograph, Springfield, Store, Storefront, Street, Wagon

LOW, SMITH, RAY & VARDON. Left ro right: Golfers George Lowe, Alex Smith, Ted Ray Featured Print

LOW, SMITH, RAY & VARDON. Left ro right: Golfers George Lowe, Alex Smith, Ted Ray

LOW, SMITH, RAY & VARDON.
Left ro right: Golfers George Lowe, Alex Smith, Ted Ray, and Harry Vardon playing golf, probably at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey, in a qualifying round for the 1913 U.S. Open Golf Championship. Photograph, c1913.

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1913, Alex, American, Baltusrol Golf Course, Championship, Channel Islander, Early, English, Exterior, George, Golf, Golf Club, Golf Course, Golfer, Harry, Lowe, Men, New Jersey, North, Open, Photograph, Playing, Ray, Scottish, Smith, Spectator, Springfield, Ted, Tournament, United States, Vardon

Laodicea 'Dicey' Langston of South Carolina protecting her elderly father, a known supporter of the revolutionary cause, against Loyalist troops during the American Revolution. Mezzotint, 19th century, after a painting by Tompkins Harrison Matteson Featured Print

Laodicea 'Dicey' Langston of South Carolina protecting her elderly father, a known supporter of the revolutionary cause, against Loyalist troops during the American Revolution. Mezzotint, 19th century, after a painting by Tompkins Harrison Matteson

SOUTH CAROLINA: LOYALISTS.
Laodicea 'Dicey' Langston of South Carolina protecting her elderly father, a known supporter of the revolutionary cause, against Loyalist troops during the American Revolution. Mezzotint, 19th century, after a painting by Tompkins Harrison Matteson.

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1770s, 1780s, Adolescent, American, American Revolution, Buckskin, Daughter, Defender, Dress, Engraving, Father, Girl, Harrison, Hat, House, Interior, Intruder, Invade, Langston, Laodicea, Matteson, Men, Mezzotint, Militia, Militiaman, Musket, Old, Patriotic, Protection, Protector, Rebellion, Revolutionary, Soldier, South Carolina, South Eastern, Springfield, Tompkins, Tory, Troop, Troops, Women