A rare broadside supplement to the Cincinnati Gazette, "Patience on a Monument," shows a freed slave sitting atop a monument that lists evils perpetrated against blacks. A dead woman and children lie at the bottom of the monument, while violence and fires rage in the background.
Image of an African American boy marching with a broom for a rifle at his side. Signed in the image: Th. Nast. The card appears trimmed down; caption is truncated: "The Colored Volunteer. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1863, by"