Annin & Smith

Annin & Smith (c. 1818-1837) was an engraving firm in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 19th century, established by William B. Annin and George Girdler Smith. The firm kept offices on Court Street and Cornhill.

"Coach and chaise laces, upholstery goods, military ornaments &c. by Henry Cunningham no. 5 Milk Street, Boston;" drawn by J.R. Penniman c. 1820

Architraves; illus. from Asher Benjamin's Practical House Carpenter, 1832

Portrait of Rev. John Lindsey. Boston: Annin, Smith & Co’s Lithography; drawn by B.F. Nutting, c .1832

Masonic Temple, corner of Tremont Street and Temple Place, Boston, 19th century

Plate 34, Bigelow's American Medical Botany (1818-1820)

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