Illustrated broadside of the Emancipation Proclamation, showing portraits of some of the Founding Fathers and notable abolitionists, including Gerrit Smith, Charles Sumner, Wendell Phillips, and Lydia Maria Child. Printed by L. Franklin Smith, Philadelphia, PA, 1865.
Statue of Charles Sumner by Anne Whitney, 1900, located in General MacArthur Square near Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA. The design for the sculpture had originally been submitted for a competition in Boston and had won. However, when the organizers found out the sculptor was a woman, they rejected her design and chose the install the statue designed by the runner up (this statue is now located in the Boston Public Garden). Whitney's friends later arranged to have the sculpture placed outside Harvard Yard. Photograph taken August 2017.