General Grant and Family

Currier & Ives, American, 1857 - 1907



Lithograph on wove paper

Image: 8 3/16 × 12 3/8 in. (20.8 × 31.4 cm)

Sheet: 13 1/2 × 17 5/8 in. (34.3 × 44.8 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Sherman Adams, Class of 1920



Currier & Ives, New York


Place Made: United States, North America


19th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Inscribed, on stone, lower left margin: LITH OF CURRIER & IVES. / GEN.L [L in superscript] GRANT. / JESSE ROOT GRANT.; inscribed, on stone, lower center margin: Entered according to Act of Congress AD [AD in ligature] 1867, by Currier & Ives, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of N.Y. / ULYSSESS SIMPSON GRANT. FRED.K [K in superscript] DENT GRANT. / ELLEN WRENSHALL GRANT.; inscribed, on stone, lower right margin: 152 NASSAU ST NEW YORK / MRS. GRANT.; inscribed, on stone, lower center: GENERAL GRANT AND FAMILY. / New York, Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St.

Course History

FREN 3, Intermediate French, Annabelle Cone, Winter 2013

ITAL 3, Introductory Italian III, Scott Milspaugh, Spring 2013

FREN 3, Intermediate French, Annabelle Cone, Winter 2013

FREN 3, Intermediate French, Yasser Elhariry, Winter 2013

HIST 7.32, Civil War Photography, Robert Bonner, Spring 2019

HIST 7.32, Civil War Photographs, Robert Bonner, Winter 2022

Exhibition History

Unlayering Stereotypes: Selections from the Permanent Collection For Teaching Cultural Anthropology, Harrington Gallery Teaching Exhibition, Anthropology 7, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 24-August 20, 1995.


Sherman Adams (1899-1986), Lincoln, New Hampshire; given to present collection, 1958.

Catalogue Raisonne

Conningham (1949): 2273; Gale Research (1983): 2446

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