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THE ASCENSION.
Christ ascending to heaven. Illustration, c18th century.
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0008793
DAEDALUS AND ICARUS.
French colored engraving, 1660.
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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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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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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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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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0196670
GEORG ENGELS.
Engels, Georg - Actor, Germany *1846 - 1907+ full length portrait a Jupiter in the operetta 'Orpheus in the Underworld' - - undated Vintage property of ullstein bild, ullstein bild ID 00998917.
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0233163
PEOPLE.
German Empire Kingdom Prussia - Brandenburg Provinz (Province) - Berlin Omnibus with open top deck at the street Unter den Linden in Berlin. Above the city fly a Parseval airship. - Photographer: - 1911 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0050116
PLAGUE OF FLIES.
The Plague of Flies (Exodus 8: 20-24). Woodcut from the Cologne Bible of 1478-80.
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0056836
SINBAD THE SAILOR
Sinbad the Sailor, having fastened himself to the roc, is carried off and deposited in the Valley of Diamonds. Drawing, 1898 by H.J. Ford for 'Arabian Nights.'
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0118850
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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0172906
FOSSIL: CADDIS FLY.
A prehistoric caddis fly preserved in amber.
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0043728
FIREFLIES & GADFLY, 1585.
Pyrophorus noctilus: watercolor, c1585, by John White.
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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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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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0082909
GOBLIN, 1902.
One of the little ones cutting reeds. Hungarian postcard, 1902.
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0033859
AUDUBON: OVENBIRD.
Ovenbird, or Golden-crowned Thrush (Seiurus aurocapilla), from John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America,' 1827-1838.
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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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0019975
SWABIAN SCHOOL: WOMAN.
'Portrait of a Woman of the Hofer Family.' Oil on wood, Swabian, c1470. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0350556
CARL SCHURZ (1829-1906).
American army officer, politician, and reformer. 'The Lion of Civil Service.' Cartoon, 1878.
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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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0005423
DAEDALUS AND ICARUS.
The Fall of Icarus. Line engraving, French, 1660.
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0082445
FLYING INSECT.
Wood engraving, early 19th century, by Thomas Bewick.
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0082444
DRAGONFLY.
Woodcut, c1784, by Thomas Bewick.
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0091806
CIRCUS: ANIMALS, c1901.
'"Friends" Tobe and Midge.' A monkey and a dog that were part of Frank C. Bostock's Wild Animal Arena. Engraving from an American circus program, c1901.
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0124778
NEW YORK: MARKET, 1808.
The Old Fly (or Vly) Market at Maiden Lane and Pearl Street. Painting by William P. Chappel, 1808.
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0029070
PLAGUE OF FLIES.
The Plague of Flies (Exodus 8: 20-24). Woodcut from the Cologne Bible of 1478-80.
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0060195
ANNA PAVLOVA (1885-1931).
Russian dancer. photographed in 1916 in the role of 'Dragonfly.'
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0293118
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Goldsmith's art, France, 19th-20th century. Opal, horn and gilded metal comb with dragonfly-shaped decoration. Vermeil and silver belt buckles, around 1900. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
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FINE ART.
Rachel Ruysch (1664-1750), Still Life with Fruit and Insects, 1711, oil on canvas, 44x60 cm. Detail. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
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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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0099555
CRIMEAN WAR: NAVAL ACTION.
British warships 'Merlin' and 'Firefly' struck by 'infernal machines' set up by the Russian. Wood engraving, c1854.
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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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0016149
HOOKE: MICROGRAPHIA.
The eyes and head of a grey drone-fly. Copper engraving from Robert Hooke's 'Micrographia,' London, 1665.
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0249601
MELROSE HIGHLANDS, MASSACHUSETTS, USA.
Tiny flies were reared in trays to parasitize gypsy moths in the wild. Us Agriculture Dept.
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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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0055105
FRUIT FLY.
Tephritid fruit fly (Eurosta solidaginis).
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0121057
THORNTON: STAPELIA.
The Maggot-Bearing Stapelia (Stapelia hirsuta L.). Engraving by Joseph Constantine Stadler after a painting by Peter Henderson for 'The Temple of Flora,' by Robert John Thornton, 1801.
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0410138
AD: BIRD & SON, 1927.
American advertisement for Bird & Son's Rugs and Roofs, 1927.
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0433506
VAN GOGH: POPPIES, 1890.
'Poppies and Butterflies.' Oil on canvas, Vincent van Gogh, 1890.
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