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CARTOON: JOIN OR DIE, 1754.
First American political cartoon, originally published by Benjamin Franklin in his Pennsylvania Gazette. Cartoon, 1754.
(1899-1961). Hunting in Kenya. Oil over a photograph, February 1934.
Roman horse-drawn chariots. Engraving by Johann Chrisian Ginzrot, 19th century.
BIKINI ATOLL: RESIDENT.
A native resident of Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands, holding a small child standing with one leg inside a clam shell. Photograph, 1946, before the island was evacuated for nuclear weapons tests by the United States.
DUBLIN: PROVOST'S HOUSE.
The Provost's House at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. Print by James Malton, 1794.
DUBLIN: WORLD'S FAIR, 1853.
The Great Industrial Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland. Print, 1853.
ALBANIA: TIRANA, 2009.
Central monument of Skanderbeg Square, Tirana, Albania. Photograph by Ivan Vdovin, 29 April 2009. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Insadco / Ivan Vdovin / Granger. All Rights Reserved.
JIM HENSON (1936-1990).
American puppeteer, director, and screenwriter. With his Kermit the Frog puppet. Photograph, October 1983. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Teutopress / Granger. All Rights Reserved.
OUROBOROS, 16th CENTURY.
The dragon Ouroboros. Woodcut from the 16th century French magic manuscript, 'La Magie noire.'
STEIN AND TOKLAS, 1944.
American writer Gertrude Stein (1874-1946) in southeastern France with her companion, Alice B. Toklas (left), September 1944. Oil over a photograph.
POSTER: FLAG DAY, 1917.
Poster for Flag Day, celebrated on 14 June 1917.
'Lady' owned by Mrs. Florence Harding. Photograph, November 1921.
JOIN OR DIE CARTOON, 1754.
First American political cartoon, originally published by Benjamin Franklin in his Pennsylvania Gazette, 1754.
CONEY ISLAND: CAROUSEL, 2009. The carousel at Astroland amusement park at Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. Photograph, 2009. Full Credit: Maggie Downing / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
ASIAN FLU VACCINE, 1957.
At the Pasteur Institute in Paris a technician removes eallantoic liquid from chicken embryos for the preparation of a vaccine against the Asian flu, September 1957.
CATHERINE OF WURTEMBERG
(1783-1835). Russian-born queen of Westphalia. Contemporary painting.
KANSAS: BLACK EMIGRANTS.
Black migrants to Kansas in 1879 fleeing the South and an outbreak of yellow fever. Contemporary American wood engraving.
'A Row in a Cattle Town.' Engraving by Henry Wolf after a painting by Frederic Remington, 1887.
CHINA: BRONZE FIGURE.
Gilt bronze figure of a mythical flying animal. Six Dynasties, 3rd-6th century.
VIKINGS: CARVED HEAD.
Carved head of an animal from the largest sleigh in the 9th century Oseberg find in Norway.
TESTS ON ANIMALS, 1957.
At the Squibb Institute for Medical Research in New Brunswick, New Jersey, rabbits are having their temperature taken over a period of two hours before being injected with a pharmaceutical product to be tested. Photograph, 1957.
TERRA NOVA EXPEDITION.
Chris, one of the sled dogs of the Terra Nova Expedition to the South Pole, led by Captain Robert Falcon Scott. Photograph by Herbert Ponting, 1910 or 1911.
CAMILO JOSÉ CELA (1916-).
Writer Madrid Spain 1989. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
VLADIMIR NABOKOV (1899-1977).
Writer Zermatt Switzerland 1962. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
LONDON: ADMIRALTY, c1840.
'The Admiralty, Parliament Street,' London. Line engraving, c1840.
CIVIL WAR: DRAFT RIOTS.
An unruly mob during the New York City Draft Riots of July 13-16, 1863: contemporary wood engraving.
HORSE AND BUGGY.
JANE AUSTEN: EMMA.
'"How d'ye do? How d'ye do? Very well I thank you."' Illustration by C.E. Brock, published in a 1906 edition of 'Emma' by Jane Austen.
FLORIDA: GAS STATION, 1979.
Harold's Auto Center and Sinclair Gas Station, built in the shape of a dinosaur, Spring Hill, Florida. Photograph by John Margolies, 1979.
MOSCOW: RED SQUARE, c1917.
Bolshevik soldiers marching in front of the Kremlin in Moscow. A Cossack guard is on horseback is in the foreground. Photograph, c1917.
Aaron's staff becomes a serpent in Pharoah's court (Exodus 7:10): wood engraving after Gustave Doré.
ELEPHANT PLOWING, 1847.
An elephant plowing a field on a sugar plantation in India. Wood engraving, 1847.
MARTIN LUTHER, 1521.
Frederick III's horsemen escorting Martin Luther to Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, after his excommunication by Pope Leo X. Lithograph, 1830.
MATA HARI (1876-1917).
Margaretha Geertruida Zelle. Dutch dancer and spy. Photograph, c1910.
CHICAGO: ROOKERY BUILDING.
View of the lobby inside the Rookery Building at 209 South LaSalle Street in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Cervin Robinson, 1963.
CHICAGO: ROOKERY BUILDING.
Staircase inside the Rookery Building at 209 South LaSalle Street in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Philip Turner, 1967.
The month of October, ca 1788, shunga by Katsukawa Shuncho (active 1780-1800), woodcut from the The twelve months series. Japanese civilization, Edo period (1603-1868). Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rig
Alexandre Francois Desportes (1661-1743), Resting Hunter. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
NATIVE AMERICANS: CROCODILES, 1591.
Florida Native Americans killing crocodiles (alligators). Engraving, 1591, by Theodor de Bry after a now lost drawing by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues.
CHAUCER: WIFE OF BATH, 1483. The Wife of Bath. Engraving from William Caxton's second edition of 'The Canterbury Tales' by Geoffrey Chaucer (c1342-1400), 1483.
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