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ARCTIC EXPEDITION, c1913.
Men wearing fur parkas on ship a during an Arctic expedition. Photograph, c1913.
AD: CLOTHING, c1840.
Advertisement for O.N. Thacher Hat, Cap and Fur Warehouse in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lithograph by P.S. Duval, c1840.
ALASKA: FUR TRADERS.
A company trader buying white fox furs and other skins from an Eskimo at a Revillon Freres (Revillon Brothers) fur-trading post, Canada. Photograph, early 20th century.
ALASKA: ESKIMO CHILD.
Eskimo child dressed in traditional fur clothing, Nome, Alaska. Photographed by the Lomen Brothers, early 20th century.
RICHARD EVELYN BYRD
(1888-1957). American polar explorer. Photograph, 1927. Full Credit: Ullstein Bild / Granger NYC.
Mink DeVille - Band, Bluesrock, Rock music, USA - performing, singer Willy DeVille - 1988 Editorial-use-only! .
ALASKA: ESKIMO GIRL.
A young Eskimo girl in traditional fur clothing, Nome, Alaska. Photograph, early 20th century.
ALASKA: ESKIMO WOMEN.
A group of four Eskimo women standing outside, dressed in their traditional fur clothing. Photograph, early 20th century.
ESKIMO CHILD, c1905.
Eskimo child wearing traditional fur clothing in Nome, Alaska. Photographed by the Lomen Brothers, c1905.
ALASKA: ESKIMO CHILD.
Eskimo child wearing a fur hood, Alaska. Photograph, c1905.
MAE WEST (1892-1980).
American actress. Wrapped in a fur stole, c1940.
French actress. Photograph by Leopold Reutlinger (1863-1937). Full credit: Bourgeron - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
ALASKA: ESKIMO WOMAN.
Eskimo woman wearing clothing made of fur, Alaska. Photograph, early 20th century.
ALASKA: FUR DEALER.
An Eskimo fur dealer standing next to several bundles of animal hides, Nome, Alaska. Photographed by the Lomen Brothers, early 20th century.
SWORD AND THE DRAGON, 1959.
Sadykbek Dzhamanov in a scene from 'The Sword and the Dragon' directed by Aleksandr Ptushko, 1959. The film was released as 'Ilya Muromets' in the Soviet Union, 1956.
AD: SHOES, c1900.
Advertisement for Vicereine shoes for women. Lithograph, c1900.
CLARA BOW (1905-1965).
Portrait of an African-American woman from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
CANADA: SEAL HUNT, c1882.
An Eskimo identified as Jens returning from a successful seal hunt, near Conger, Canada. Photograph, 1882.
C.Z. GUEST (1920-2003).
Née Lucille Douglas Cochrane. American socialite, columnist, and fashion designer. Photographed in 1937, wearing a Mainbocher dress.
ESKIMO IVORY CARVER, c1912.
A seated Eskimo man working as an ivory carver, Arctic region. Photograph, c1912.
ICE SKATERS, 1879.
The first lesson. Line engraving, 1879.
ESKIMO AND PHONOGRAPH.
An Eskimo man sitting among furs listening to the phonograph, probably originally photographed during the filming of Robert J. Flaherty's 1922 movie 'Nanook of the North.' Photograph by Robert Joseph Flaherty, c1922.
ALASKA: ESKIMO MAN, c1906.
Eskimo man, a native of Kings Island, Alaska. Photograph, c1906.
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Detail of the polyptych of Saint Gemiliano, by the Master of Oliena, Parish Church of Sant'Ignazio di Loyola, Oliena, Sardinia. Italy, 16th century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights
Portrait of Maximilian II of Austria (Vienna, 1527-Regensburg, 1576), Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire from 1564 to 1576. Detail. Painting by Josef Kiss and Friedrich Mayrhofer. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
WLADYSLAW ANDERS (1892-1970).
Polish soldier and politician. Photographed in 1946.
LION TAMER, 1930s.
American animal tamer Clyde Beatty performing in the 1930s.
Head of the lion of Sannar. Wood engraving, English, 19th century.
MARY GARDEN (1874-1967).
Scottish-American operatic soprano. Photographed with a man holding a bouquet of flowers while traveling on board a ship, early 20th century.
KULU, SICHUAN PROVINCE, CHINA.
An informal portrait of two Muli soldiers. Dr. Joseph F. Rock.
LITTLE TIBET, KASHMIR, INDIA.
Peasants in traditional coats carry babies on their backs in Ladakh. No Credit Given.
ALASKA: ESKIMO FAMILY.
Eskimo father, mother and young son, Alaska. Photograph,early 20th century.
SIR JOHN COKE (1563-1644).
Secretary of State to King Charles I of England. Mezzotint, 1813, by Robert Dunkarton.
WILKINS AND EIELSON, 1928.
Carl Ben Eielson and Hubert Wilkins stand next to their Lockheed Vega on Spitzbergen Island, after their pioneering flight from Point Barrow, Alaska. Photographed 21 April 1928.
ALASKA: ESKIMO WOMAN.
Eskimo woman from Nunivak Island wearing necklaces, earrings, a nose ornament and beaded labrets below her lower lip, Alaska. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, c1929.
NEW YORK: SERVICEWOMEN, 1944.
View of servicewomen in uniform looking at a window display of women's apparel at Saks Fifth Avenue, 1944.
(1858-1919). 26th President of the United States. As a gentleman rancher in North Dakota, c1885.
BLANCA ERRAZURIZ (1894-1940).
Chilean heiress, accused and acquitted of killing her husband John de Saulles. Photograph, c1910
Sea otter (Enhydra lutris). Lithograph, c1854, after a painting by John Woodhouse Audubon for John James Audubon's 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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