Dissertation – List of Illustrations



“John Brown: Cultural Icon in American Mythos”

State University of New York at Buffalo
©Ann Arbor: UMI, 1996


1). Roman deity Janus

2). Thomas Hovenden, “The Last Moments of John Brown,” (ca. 1884)

3). etching with printer’s remarque of T. Hovenden, “TLMJB,” (ca. 1885)

4). lithograph of Louis Ransom’s 1860 oil painting “John Brown on His Way to Execution,” (ca. 1863)

5). unsigned woodcut in John Greenleaf Whittier’s National Lyrics, (ca. 1865)

6). Thomas S. Noble, “John Brown’s Blessing,” (ca. 1867)

7). Eitaro Ishigaki, Harlem Courthouse Mural, (ca. 1937-8)

8). Diego Rivera, “The Conflict Over Slavery,” (ca. 1939)

9). D. Rivera, “The Civil War,” (ca. 1939)

10). Steve Carver, cover illustration, The Best of Kansas, (ca. 1984)

11). John Steuart Curry, detail from “The Tragic Prelude,” (ca. 1937-42)

12). Victor Hugo, “The Hanged Man, or John Brown,” (ca. 1860)

13). J. S. Curry, “The Tragic Prelude,” (ca. 1937-42)

14). J. S. Curry, “Moses and the Eleventh Commandment, or John Brown Depicted as a Saint,”(ca. 1938)

15). Barron Story, cover illustration, Kansas, (ca. 1994)

16). cover illustration for Jeannette Covert Nolan, John Brown, (ca. 1950)

17). cover illustration for Zachary Kent, The Story of John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry, (ca. 1988)

18). Jacob Lawrence, “John Brown was found ‘Guilty of treason and murder in the 1st degree’ and was hanged in Charles Town, Virginia, on December 2, 1859,” (ca. 1941)