This listing is for a partial portfolio of litho prints that were made by The Orcutt Co., Chicago expressly for the Columbian Expo of 1893. Each 8 /1" x 11 print is by a famous artist from the 18-19th Century. The first is entitled "Friends" by C.P. Chocarne-Moreau. I have seen variations of this illustration, but not this exact one. The second is entitled "Washington and His Mother" by L.L. Fournier. The third is entitled "Napoleon's Retreat Through Leipzig" by L. Braun. The fourth is entitled "An Italian Idyl" by C.F. Ulrich. The fifth is entitled "Attack on the Convoy" by E. Detaille. These are wonderful prints. Each is signed "Heliolithogravure by the Orcutt Co., Chicago." After some research I found that The Orcutt Company did indeed supply the Columbian Expo with these prints. Condition issues are as follows: They were stapled together in the corner, so there are two little punch marks from the staple. There is slight discoloration on prints and the edges are bent in some places. The "Friends" litho has a pen mark on the outside margin of the print and the "Napoleon's ..." is the most damaged as it has a stain on one edge, two holes on the top margin and some tearing on the outside corners. Matting would hide these flaws. All in all, these are in very good vintage condition and they are a rare find. Please ask questions as all sales are final on my vintage items.