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ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1938.
'Another Myth Exploded.' American cartoon, 1938, by Quincy Scott commenting on President Franklin D. Roosevelt's supposed antagonism towards the rich.
NATIONAL HEALTH CARE, 1948.
'Dotheboys Hall.' Doctors gag at the medicine from Britain's new National Health Service being administered by Health Minister Aneurin Bevan. English cartoon by Ernest Howard Shepard from 'Punch,' 1948, alluding to the Charles Dickens novel 'Nicholas Nickleby.' RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
DUNCAN HINES (1880-1959).
American food critic and author. With his wife, Clara, checking the numbers of food items to be judged at the 2nd annual chef's tournament in Fredericksburg, Virginia, 29 March 1948.
An Anabaptist family of the Hutterite sect of central Europe. Woodcut, 16th century.
GERMANY: PROTEST, 2012.
A protest in Berlin, Germany, against Monsanto and genetically modified food. Photograph, 22 January 2012. Full credit: Markus Matzel - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
Bunzlauer dishes - Photographer: Peter Weller - Published by: 'Das Blatt der Hausfrau' 06/1940/41 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
SILVERWARE AD, 1891.
Advertisement for spoons and forks from an English newspaper of 1891.
AMERICAN FARM TOOLS.
American barley fork (left) and hay fork.
BAKING TOOLS, 18th CENTURY.
The ovens, paddles, loaf tins and other articles of equipment to be found in a well-ordered 18th century French bakery. Contemporary copper engraving.
CHRISTMAS PUDDING, 1849.
Wood engraving after a drawing by Kenny Meadows, English, 1849.
KHRUSHCHEV AND MAO, 1959.
Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev (left) photographed at a dinner in Beijing with Mao Tse-tung, Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the People's Republic of China, October 1959.
GEORGE IV (1762-1830).
King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1820-1830. As the Prince of Wales, after stuffing himself with food. Caricature etching, 1792, by James Gillray.
ROMAN DINING ROOM.
Restored dining room in the House of the Moralist, Pompeii.
AD: LEATHER AND HOUSEWARES.
American magazine advertisements for silverware, leather and household goods, 1890.
AD: COMMUNITY SILVER, 1911.
American advertisement for Community Silver, 1911.
POMPEII: COOKING POTS.
Roman cooking pots in the House of the Vettii, Pompeii.
The interior of an Italian kitchen, from 'Banchetti compositioni di Vivende' by Christoforo di Messisburgo. Woodcut, Ferrara, Italy, 1549.
HOWARD LINDSAY (1889-1968).
American actor, playwright and producer. Lindsay in the title role of the Broadway production of 'Life with Father,' 1939.
KETTLE ADVERTISEMENT, 1900.
From the Montgomery Ward & Co. mail-order catalogue of 1900.
A COOK AND HIS WIFE, c1496.
Copper engraving by Albrecht Dürer, c1496.
HOUSEWARES, 19th CENTURY.
Various products manufactured by Rogers, Smith & Co. Late 19th century American line engravings.
WHIG PARTY SPOON, 1840.
Spoon engraved with a log cabin, made during the presidential campaign of 1840 in support of the Whig Party candidates, William Henry Harrison and John Tyler. Their slogan was 'Log Cabin and Hard Cider.'
AD: NESTLE, 1967.
American advertisement for Nestle's Chocolate. Photograph, 1967.
SILENT FILM STILL.
Walter Baxter in a scene from 'Mannequin,' 1926.
Silversmith's Art, Italy 20th century. Silver cutlery, model Italica. Made by A.Cesa and C. Society. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All right
Roman civilization, 4th century A.D. Patera of Parabiago in silver gilt portraying the Triumph of Cybele and Attis. From Parabiago, Milan. Detail. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, 1876.
Prisoners at Blackwell's Island, New York City, surrendering their spoons after meal time. Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1876.
CHRISTMAS DINNER, 1875.
Illustration, 1875, by Randolph Caldecott, for 'Old Christmas, from the Sketch Book of Washington Irving.'
HOME MEDICINE, c1900.
NEW YORK: PARTY, 1906.
A children's party on the Upper East Side, Manhattan, New York, 1906.
DENVER, COLORADO, USA.
Men cook poison outside to mix with wheat to kill prairie dogs. U. S. Forest Service.
Women prepare for a wedding feast by cooking outside the bride's home. A. W. Cutler.
FILM STILL: EATING & DRINKING.
Lloyd Hamilton in a scene from a silent film.
WWII: NAZI LOOT, 1945.
General Dwight D. Eisenhower and General Omar Bradley examining a suitcase full of silverware stolen by the Nazis and hidden in the salt mine in Merkers, Germany. Photograph, 12 April 1945.
CHILD EATING, 1875.
'Too Hot.' Wood engraving, American, c1875.
NORTHWEST COAST LADLE.
Haida or Tlingit ladle of carved mountain sheep horn, with bird effigy on handle.
LUNCH STAND, 1938.
A man eats pie at a lunch counter, New York City. Photograph by Sol Libsohn.
GERNANL'S CAFE, c1906.
Dining room full of tables and chairs. New York City, photograph, c1906.
FILM STILL: EATING & DRINKING.
PARIS: STREET VENDOR, c1740.
A man selling kitchen utensils on the street in Paris, France. Engraving, 1875, after an etching by Edmé Bouchardon, c1740.
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