1 A portion of the image used on the cover of "End Of the Line" by Patricia Davis. It is the only biography of Alexander Cassatt.
2 A portrait currently in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. From ExplorePAHistory.com
4 Photo from the Smithsonian Institution Portrait Gallery
5 From "The World's Work" published in 1901.
6 The beautiful bronze statue commissioned by the Pennsylvania Railroad and housed in Pennsylvania Station until it was unceremoniously dumped in a swamp in the New Jersey Meadowlands with all the other wonderful artifacts of Penn Station when it was torn down 1963-67. It was rescued and stored at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Cassatt's alma mater, and eventually given to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania where it currently resides.
7 The Cassatt bronze statue in its place in Pennsylvania Station
8 Haunting image of the Cassatt bronze statue in Pennsylvania Station
9 A rare personal photo of Alexander and Lois in their Cheswold library 1890. From brynmar.edu
10 Alexander Cassatt inspecting the railroad ca. 1900
11 Alexander Cassatt and son Robert Kelso Cassatt. A portrait by Mary Cassatt.
12 Alexander Cassatt portrait by Mary Cassatt.
13 Mary Cassatt self portrait 1880
14 Mary Cassatt self portrait ca. 1878
15 Mrs. Alexander (Lois) Cassatt. A portrait by Mary Cassatt. The two had no love for each other but Lois agreed to sit for this portrait.
16 Mrs. Robert S. Cassatt, mother of Alexander. A portrait by her daughter Mary Cassatt.