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FRANCIS BACON (1561-1626).
Viscount St. Albans. English philosopher, statesman, and author. Line engraving after a painting from the studio of Paul Van Somer.
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COMANCHE GIRLS, 1892.
The girl on the left is the daughter of Quanah Parker. Oil over a photograph, 1892.
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CHINA: CLOTH-MAKING, c1906.
The process of separating the threads of cotton in preparation for weaving Nankeen cloth, Nanking, China. Stereograph, c1906.
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FORTUNY: FABRIC PATTERNS.
Details of printed fabrics by the Venetian-based Spanish designer Mariano Fortuny (1871-1949).
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DRESSING ROOM, c1913.
A dressing room in an American home decorated with furniture and curtains in black chintz. Photographed for 'The House in Good Taste,' by interior decorator Elsie De Wolfe, published in 1913.
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AD: HAT BANDS, c1910.
'The Wick fancy hat bands. Cheer up - show your colors.' Advertisement for the Wick Narrow Fabric Company. Chromolithograph, c1910.
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LABOR.
Painting by Italian painter Giacomo Ceruti showing an old man in ragged clothes with a spade - 18th Century.
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DAILY LIFE.
Jewish daily life Historic depictions Jewish rag trader - Dutch wood engraving - around 1840.
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LINEN MANUFACTURE, 1783.
'Spinning - reeling with the clock-reel - boiling yarn.' Engraving illustrating the Irish linen manufacture in County Down, Ireland.
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THE SPINNING JENNY.
Designed by John Hargreaves in 1767. Line engraving, 19th century.
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CHINA: SILK MANUFACTURE.
Women ironing a completed bolt of silk cloth. Detail from 'Court Ladies Preparing Newly-woven Silk,' a painted silk handscroll attributed to Emperor Hui Tsung, Sung Dynasty, early 12th century, after a work by a T'ang Dynasty artist of the 8th century.
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AD: SOIESETTE, 1927.
American advertisement for Soiesette fabrics, 1927.
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COPTIC TEXTILE FRAGMENT.
Vine growing in an urn, possibly meant to represent the tree of life. Coptic textile fragment, wool and linen, c400 A.D.
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DORÉ: LONDON, 1872.
'Gloucester Street, New Cut - Old-Clothes Mart.' Wood engraving after Gustave Doré, from the series 'London: A Pilgrimage,' 1872.
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WORLD WAR I: BAGPIPERS.
Bagpipers of the Scottish Guard photographed at the Gard du Nord station in Paris following their arrival in France during World War I.
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PRISON AU CAMBODGE.
Pile of clothes in jail of Tuel Sleng in Cambodia where Red Khmers (communist rebels) shut their victims, april 1985. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved. 
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COLONIAL CLOTH MAKERS.
Carding, spinning, and weaving woolen cloth in an 18th century American household. Drawing, 19th century.
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JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
(1767-1848). 6th President of the United States. Lithograph, American, c1825.
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PERU: CHANCAY TEXTILE.
Pre-Columbian embroidered fabric with nine monkeys, from Chancay, Peru.
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PERU: NAZCA FABRIC.
Tie-dyed gauze made by the Nazca civilization of ancient Peru, 200 B.C. - 600 A.D.
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AD: FABRIC, 1947.
American advertisement for Byrd Cloth, a Reeves Fabric, 1947.
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JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1942.
A Japanese American inmate in the doorway of her home at the Tanforan assembly center in San Bruno, California. The barracks are converted horse stalls. Photograph by Gretchen Van Tassel, 16 June 1942.
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TEXTILE MILL, 1881.
Scene in a textile mill in the northeastern United States. Wood engraving, American, 1881.
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
A colonial schoolmaster and his pupils in 18th century Pennsylvania. Wood engraving, American, 1881, after Howard Pyle.
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JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1943.
Howard Hisayasu and his family in their barracks at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming. The furniture was made from scrap lumber by Mr. Hisayasu. Photograph by Tom Parker, 9 January 1943.
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FILM: WINDS OF CHANCE, 1925.
American silent film. Claude Gillingwater as Tom Linton and Victor McLaglen as Poleon Doret in 'Winds of Chance,' directed by Frank Lloyd. Film still, 1925.
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CIVIL WAR: DRUMMER, c1864.
Portrait of Taylor, a drummer boy for the 78th Colored Troops Infantry Regiment. Photograph, c1864.
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CIVIL WAR: BOY, c1864.
Portrait of Nathan Jones at Camp Metcalf in Virginia. Photograph, c1865.
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WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE, 1912.
An American women's suffrage parade in New York City, 6 May 1912.
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CAPE COD: PILGRIMS.
Pilgrims washing clothes after landing at Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 1620. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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CIVIL WAR: RUNAWAY, c1863.
Portrait of an unidentified runaway slave. Photograph, c1863.
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LONDON: FORTUNE TELLER.
'Fortune teller.' Engraving by Thomas Lord Busby, 1820.
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LONDON: PEDDLER, 1820.
'Water cresses.' Engraving by Thomas Lord Busby, 1820.
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LONDON: PEDDLER, 1820.
'Match girl.' Engraving by Thomas Lord Busby, 1820.
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HISTORY.
Portrait of Christian VII (Copenhagen, 1749 - Rendsburg, 1808), King of Denmark and Norway and Duke of Schleswig and Holstein, son of Frederick V, King of Denmark and Louise of Hanover, 1789. Full credit: De Agostini / G. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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DECORATIVE ARTS.
Stole embroidered with stylized flower. Germany, 15th century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN
(1567-1635). French explorer. Line and stipple engraving.
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GIDEON.
At left, communes with God, seeking a sign by the formation of dew upon the fleece while at right, Gideon selects his men by the way they drink from the river (Judges 6,7). Woodcut from the Cologne Bible, 1478-80.
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THOMAS WOLSEY (c1475-1530).
English prelate and statesman. Colored line engraving, English, 1872, after a painting by Sir John Gilbert.
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WWI: RED CROSS, c1918.
Men and women weaving fabric in an American Red Cross workroom in the St. John Hotel in Palestine, where villagers receive aid in exchange for labor. Phtoograph, c1918.
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