Waist-length portrait of Mrs. Sears, seated next to a table on which there are books., In Hamline, Melinda. Memoirs of Mrs. Angeline B. Sears, with extracts from her correspondence (Cincinnati, 1851), frontispiece., Facsimile signature: Your affectionate Angeline., Mrs. Sears was the wife of the itinerant Methodist minister Clinton W. Sears. As the wife of a minister, she had occasion to aid others, especially the sick and the poor, before her death at a young age from consumption (the disease known as tuberculosis today).
In Park, R. Jerusalem; and other poems juvenile and miscellaneous (New York, 1857), frontispiece., Facsimile signature: Mary B Park., Mary Park, the beloved wife of the Rev. Roswell Park, president of Racine College, died in childbirth., Waist-length portrait of Park, wearing a shawl and ornamental bow.
In Garrison, E.W. Memoir of Mrs. Rebekah P. Pinkham (Portland, Me., 1840), frontispiece., Facsimile signature: R.P. Pinkham., Mrs. Pinkham was the wife of the Rev. Ebenezer Pinkham., Waist-length portrait of Mrs. Pinkham, wearing bonnet.
In Henry, G.W. Trials and triumphs (for half a century) in the life of G.W. Henry (Oneida, 1856), frontispiece., Mrs. Henry was the wife of the blind Methodist minister George W. Henry (b. 1801). In the 1875 New York State census, the Rev. Henry is listed as living with his wife Susan C. Henry., Three-quarter length portrait of Susan C. Henry (?) seated next to her daughter Florence. Mrs. Henry holds her son George Wesley on her lap.
In Phelps, A.A. The life of Mrs. Fanny L. Bartlett (Boston, 1860), frontispiece., Facsimile signature: I remain yours truly F.L. Bartlett., Mrs. Bartlett was the wife of Dr. Oliver C. Bartlett, a physician and lay preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Cf. Widmann, R.D. "'Lost in the immensity of God': A pre-Civil War Methodist woman's experience of the presence and power of God," Methodist history 25:3 (April 1987), 164-75., Three-quarter portrait of Mrs. Bartlett, seated, wearing a bonnet and a shawl.
In The Mothers' journal, and Family visitant, v. 14, no. 3 (March, 1849), plate opposite p. 69., Facsimile signature: With very great respect Sir, Truly Yours Eliza C. Allen., Waist-length portrait of Mrs. Allen, wearing bonnet; with a bookcase in the background.
In Bouton, N. Memoir of Mrs. Elizabeth McFarland. 3rd ed. (Boston, 1839), frontispiece., Waist-length portrait of the clergyman's wife, wearing a bonnet and shawl., Facsimile signature: Your affectionate friend Eliza'h MFarland.
Five separate shoulder-length portraits on a plate illustrating the location of various ipseals, or self-regarding organs., In Grimes, J. Stanley. A new system of phrenology (Buffalo, 1839), plate preceding p. 213., It is likely that the Mrs. Rapp featured in the plate is the wife of George Rapp, founder and leader of the Harmony Society, a utopian religious group., Red Jacket, a Seneca Indian orator and chief, married twice. Featured is either Aanjedek, whom he divorced, or Awaogoh, whom he went on to remarry.
In Bloom, David F. Memoirs of eminently pious women of Britain and America (Hartford, 1833), plate opposite p. ., Five separate bust-length portraits in arabesque frames: Mrs. Susan Huntington, Mrs. Sarah Edwards, Mrs. Isabella Graham, Mrs. Ann H. Judson, and Miss Hannah Adams.