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CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS.
The Bread-and-butter-fly discovered by Alice, whose wings are made of slices of bread and butter and head is a lump of sugar. Wood engraving after Sir John Tenniel for the first edition of Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking Glass,' 1872.
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0170361
DRIVE-IN THEATER, 1951.
A small plane landing at a drive-in, fly-in theater at Farmingdale, New Jersey, where planes land at a nearby airport and taxi down special runways to the theater. Photograph, 1951.
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0119059
CARROLL: LOOKING GLASS.
The Snap-dragon-fly discovered by Alice, whose body is made of plum pudding, its wings of holly leaves and head is a raisin burning in brandy. Wood engraving after Sir John Tenniel for the first edition of Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking Glass,' 1872.
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0172906
FOSSIL: CADDIS FLY.
A prehistoric caddis fly preserved in amber.
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0240036
GEOGRAPHY.
England: Zeppelin flies over London (aerial view photo) - Photographer: Associated Press Photo - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 18.10.1932 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0128716
VENUS FLYTRAP.
A carnivorous plant that catches and digests insects. Photograph, 2007. Full credit: Lange - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0170360
DRIVE-IN THEATER, 1951.
A small plane at a drive-in, fly-in theater at Farmingdale, New Jersey, where planes land at a nearby airport and taxi down special runways to the theater. Photograph, 1951.
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0185611
SPACE SHUTTLE: HOUSEFLIES.
A study group of houseflies as part of an experiment called 'The Effect of Weightlessness on the Aging of Brain Cells,' onboard the Space Shuttle Discovery during mission STS-51-D. Photograph, April 1985.
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0043728
FIREFLIES & GADFLY, 1585.
Pyrophorus noctilus: watercolor, c1585, by John White.
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0093734
HUMAN FLY, 1924.
John Reynolds, the 'Human Fly,' atop the flagpole of the Times-Herald Building at Washington, D.C., 1924.
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0158148
PRINCE CLAUS.
prince Klaus of Holland learning how to fly here at Lelystad airport january 23, 1984. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.†
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0137076
CARAVELLE.
2 jet engines caravel with Pierre Nadot, test pilot, may 27, 1955 the day of the first fly of the plane. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rig†
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0410138
AD: BIRD & SON, 1927.
American advertisement for Bird & Son's Rugs and Roofs, 1927.
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0120432
CONSTELLATION: ARIES.
Figuration of the constellations Aries (ram) and Musca Borealis (northern fly). Line engraving by Sidney Hall from 'Urania's Mirror,' London, 1825.
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0100270
BLAKE: SONGS OF EXPERIENCE.
'The Fly.' Color relief etching by William Blake from his 'Songs of Experience,' 1794.
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0074310
INSECT: MIDGE.
Chironomus plumosus.
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0433506
VAN GOGH: POPPIES, 1890.
'Poppies and Butterflies.' Oil on canvas, Vincent van Gogh, 1890.
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0005423
DAEDALUS AND ICARUS.
The Fall of Icarus. Line engraving, French, 1660.
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0104290
MEXICO: SPANISH CONQUEST.
Spanish cruelty toward the Aztecs during the conquest of Mexico. Drawing from the Codex Telleriano-Remensis, c1540.
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0019975
SWABIAN SCHOOL: WOMAN.
'Portrait of a Woman of the Hofer Family.' Oil on wood, Swabian, c1470. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0429933
AD: MOTOR OIL, 1936.
American advertisement for Wolf's Head Motor Oil. Illustration, 1936.
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0409990
AD: ALITALIA, 1961.
American advertisement for Alitalia, 1961.
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0185626
SPACE SHUTTLE: INSECTS, 1982.
Moths, bees and flies contained in a box for the 'Insects in Flight Motion Study,' on board the Space Shuttle Columbia during the STS-3 mission. Photograph, March 1982.
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0433882
AD: FORD, 1959.
American advertisement for the Ford Ranch Wagon. Illustration, 1959.
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0423678
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Art Nouveau style gueridon table with dragonfly shaped legs, ca 1900, by Emile Galle (1846-1904), France, 20th century Full credit: De Agostini / A. C. Cooper / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0288492
ASIAN ART.
Early autumn, by Qian Xuan (ca 1235-ca early 1307), ink and colour on paper, 26.7x120.7 cm, China. Detail. Chinese Civilisation, Yuan Dynasty, 13th century. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved
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0169820
THE BEATLES, 1964.
The Beatles 'fly' above the stage during a rehearsal for the 'Night of 100 Stars' charity show at the London Palladium, 1964. Left to right: Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, John Lennon and George Harrison.
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0082445
FLYING INSECT.
Wood engraving, early 19th century, by Thomas Bewick.
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0120987
THORNTON: ROSES.
A pair of nightingales and roses (Rosa centifolia L. and Rosa hemisphaerica J. Herrm.). Engraving by Richard Earlom after a painting by Robert John Thornton for 'The Temple of Flora,' 1805.
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0011861
BEELZEBUB, 19th CENTURY.
Beelzebub, the Biblical demon prince, Lord of the Flies (Matthew 12:24): wood engraving, French, 19th century.
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0249602
MELROSE HIGHLANDS, MASSACHUSETTS, USA.
A man stands in a shed where many parasitic flies were bred in 1913. Us Agriculture Dept.
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0247166
USA.
A closeup side view of the head of a house fly. N.A. Cobb.
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0119795
INDIA: PHEASANTS.
Miniature painting of a group of pheasants, from a natural history manuscript, Indian, late 16th century.
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0069451
FILM: THE FLY, 1958.
Film still from 'The Fly,' 1958.
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0055106
FRUIT FLY.
Male Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata).
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0069446
FILM: THE FLY, 1958.
Vincent Price with the title character.
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0170158
AFRICA: DOCTOR TEAM.
Doctors P. Baldry (left) and R. Le Berre with the World Heath Organization in Africa, identify disease-spreading blackfly breeding sites on a map which will be used by a helicopter pilot to spray insecticides. Photograph, late 20th century.
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0074309
BITING MIDGE.
Culicoides furens.
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0016161
BLACK FLY.
Simulium venustum.
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0170362
DRIVE-IN THEATER, 1951.
A small plane at a drive-in, fly-in theater, where a newsreel is playing, at East Dennis, Massachusetts, where planes land at a nearby airport and taxi down special runways to the theater. Photograph, 1951.
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