Illustrations, Famous American Belles

Emily Marshall (Mrs. William Foster Otis). From portrait painted by Chester Harding in 1830; owned by her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Eliot, of Boston, by whose permission it is here reproduced for the first time in colors.

Marcia Burns (Mrs. John Peter Van Ness). From miniature by James Peale, painted in 1797; owned by the Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D. C 12

Theodosia Burr (Mrs. Joseph Alston). From the original engraving by Charles B. J. F. Saint Memin; owned by Hampton L. Carson, Esq., of Philadelphia, by whose permission it is here reproduced.

Elizabeth Patterson (Madame Jerome Bonaparte). From portrait painted by Quinçon; owned by her grandson, Mr. Charles Bonaparte, of Baltimore, by whose permission it is here reproduced for the first time.

Mary Caton (Lady Wellesley). From portrait owned by Mrs. Charles Carroll Mactavish, of Baltimore, daughter of General Winfield Scott. Painted by Sir Thomas Lawrence, and reproduced by permission of Miss Emily Mactavish, now Sister Mary Agnes of the Visitation, at Mount de Sales, Catonsville, Maryland.

Cora Livingston (Mrs. Thomas Pennant Barton). From a miniature painted by herself. Reproduced for the first time by permission of her niece. Miss Julia Barton Hunt, of Montgomery Place, Barrytown-on-the-Hudson.

Octavia Walton (Madame LeVert). From portrait, reproduced by permission of her kinswoman, Miss Josephine Walton. Present owner, Mr. George Walton Reab, of Augusta, Georgia, grandson of Madame Le Vert.

Fanny Taylor (Mrs. Thomas Harding Ellis). From portrait painted by Thomas Sully, Reproduced for the first time by permission of her husband, Colonel Thomas Harding Ellis. Present owner, her adopted son, Mr. Beverly Randolph Harrison, of Amherst, Virginia.

Sally Chevalier (Mrs. Abram Warwick). Painted by Thomas Sully. Reproduced for the first time by permission of Colonel Thomas Harding Ellis.

Sallie Ward (Mrs. George F. Downs). From a miniature painted at the age of eighteen, owned by her husband, Mr. George F. Downs, of Louisville, Kentucky, by whose permission it is here reproduced for the first time 150

Harriet Lane (Mrs. Henry Elliott Johnston). From photograph by Julius Ulke.

Adele Cutts (Mrs. Robert Williams). From portrait by George Peter A. Healy, in possession of her husband. General Robert Williams, United States Army. Reproduced by permission of her daughter, Miss Adele Cutts Williams, of Washington, D. C.

Emilie Schaumburg (Mrs. Hughes-Hallett). From portrait by Waugh, in possession of Mrs. Hughes-Hallett, of Dinar, France, by whose permission it is here reproduced for the first time.

Kate Chase (Mrs. William Sprague). From photograph by Julius Ulke.

Mattie Ould (Mrs. Oliver Schoolcraft). From photograph by George S. Cook. Reproduced by permission of her cousin, Mrs. Virginia Brownell, of Washington, D. C.

Lizzie Cabell (Mrs. Albert Ritchie). From photograph. Reproduced by permission of her sister, Mrs. John D. Lottier.

Mary Triplett (Mrs. Philip Haxall). From photograph by Roseti. Reproduced by permission of her sister, Mrs. Meredith Montague.

Jennie Jerome (Lady Randolph Churchill). From photograph by Van der Weyde. Published by permission of Lady Churchill.

Nellie Hazeltine (Mrs. Frederick W. Paramore). From photograph by J. C. Strauss; by permission of her brother, Mr. W. B. Hazeltine, Jr.

Jennie Chamberlain (Lady Naylor-Leyland). From the painting by H. Schmiechen.

Mattie Mitchell (Duchesse de Rochefoucauld). Daughter of ex-Senator Mitchell, of Oregon. From photograph by C. M. Bell.

Mary Victoria Leiter (Baroness Curzon of Kedleston). From photograph by Miss Alice Hughes, of London. By permission of Lady Curzon.

Miss May Handy, of Richmond, Virginia. From photograph by James L. Breese.

Catherine Duer (Mrs. Clarence Mackay), of New York. From portrait.



MLA Source Citation:

Peacock, Virginia Tatnal. Famous American Belles of the Nineteenth Century. K. B. Lippincott Company. 1901. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 27 August 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/america/illustrations-famous-american-belles.htm - Last updated on Aug 26th, 2013


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