Fishel, Adler & Co. copyrighted prints as early as 1879. By 1886, the firm's name was Fishel, Adler & Schwartz. See Library of Congress, Prints and photographs division, online catalog. Subject: Imaginary group portrait of patriotic Irishmen throughout history. In the foreground, thirty-six famous Irishmen, from the early king Brian Boru to the Fenian Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, variously stand or sit in two neat rows. At the center, grouped around a table, are Father Tom Burke, Father Theobald Mathew, Daniel W. Cahill, and Daniel O'Connell, political and social leaders of the early nineteenth century. The inclusion of Irish emigrants to America Col. Patrick Kelly, Thomas Meagher (both of whom fought for the Union in the Civil War), John Mitchel, and O'Donovan Rossa would appeal to an American audience. In the background, a room decorated with Irish symbols, plinths at left and right hold figures of St. Patrick and a woman (possibly Ireland personified), while the center back shows a view of the hill of Slane, with a tower on the hillside.