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Gallery view

1885

Brands Art Gallery

Group gathering

Group portrait of men and some women: some men of the foreground appear to be wearing convention ribbons; Litchman may be seated at top, just left of center.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1879 Apr. 28

Keniston, Joseph F.

Charles H. Litchman: bust studio portrait, vignetted

Boston (Mass.) - Studio portrait of Marblehead attorney and former shoe manufacturer who served as Grand Servitor of Massachusetts Lodge of the Knights of St. Crispin in 1879.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1875 Mar.

Salisbury, A. F.

Charles H. Litchman: bust portrait in three-quarter profile (autographed)

Pawtucket (R.I.) - Studio portrait of Marblehead attorney and former shoe manufacturer who served as Grand Servitor of Massachusetts Lodge of the Knights of St. Crispin in 1879.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1874

Woodbridge, J. S.

Charles H. Litchman: half-length portrait, looking left (autographed)

Marblehead (Mass.) - Studio portrait of Marblehead attorney and former shoe manufacturer who served as Grand Servitor of Massachusetts Lodge of the Knights of St. Crispin in 1879.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1869

Labor Reform Party (Mass.)

Ward Ten : Labor Reform Party Equal hours and equal bounties

Worcester (Mass.) - Ballot for down-ticket races in Massachusetts elections, 1869: Oliver Warner (Secretary of the Commonwealth), Jacob H. Loud (Treasurer and Receiver General), Henry S. Briggs (Auditor), Charles Allen (Attorney General), et al. With graphics representing Labor and Eight Hour Day campaign.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1874

Brands Art Gallery

Charles H. Litchman: vignetted bust portrait in three-quarter profile (autographed on verso)

Chicago (Ill.) - Studio portrait of Marblehead attorney and former shoe manufacturer who served as Grand Servitor of Massachusetts Lodge of the Knights of St. Crispin in 1879.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1879

Cross, A. B.

Charles H. Litchman: bust studio portrait in three-quarter profile

Salem (Mass.) - Studio portrait of Marblehead attorney and former shoe manufacturer who served as Grand Servitor of Massachusetts Lodge of the Knights of St. Crispin in 1879.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1880

Notman

Charles H. Litchman: three-quarter length studio portrait, seated at desk, writing

Boston (Mass.) - Studio portrait of Marblehead attorney and former shoe manufacturer who served as Grand Servitor of Massachusetts Lodge of the Knights of St. Crispin in 1879.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection

1919 Feb.

Savage Cossacks attacking strikers, Lawrence, Feb. 1919

Lawrence (Mass.) - Mounted police harassing mostly immigrant textile workers protesting wage cuts associated with reduction of workweek from 54 to 48 hours.

Labor, Work, and Industry Collection