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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.
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KANSAS: BLACK EMIGRANTS.
Black migrants to Kansas in 1879 fleeing the South and an outbreak of yellow fever. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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DANIEL CROMMELIN VERPLANCK
(1762-1834). American politician and United States Representative. Portrait at the age of nine, with a pet squirrel. Oil on canvas by John Singleton Copley, 1771.
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DORÉ: LONDON, 1872.
'The West End Dog-Fancier.' Wood engraving after Gustave Doré from 'London: A Pilgrimage,' 1872.
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WWII: PET TRANSPORT, 1946.
Pets belonging to American GIs being loaded onto a truck in Le Havre, France, to be shipped to the United States. Photograph, 1946.
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COPLEY: YOUNG LADY, 1767.
Young Lady with a Bird and Dog. Oil on canvas by John Singleton Copley, 1767.
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PEOPLE.
The Coldstream Guards at their return path from Egypt. On board a pelican as the new pet. - Photographer: Philipp Kester - Published by: 'Die Praktische Berlinerin' 33/1912 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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ANIMAL.
German Empire Free State Prussia - Hannover Provinz (Province) - Alfeld (Leine): 'the biggest pet shop in the world', a enclosure with camels and a cow - Photographer: Martin Munkacsi - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 41/1930 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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METHODIST CAMP MEETING.
American lithograph, 1837.
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0041689
DANCE OF DEATH, 1538.
'Death and the Duchess.' Woodcut, French, 1547, after Hans Holbein the Younger from his 'Dance of Death,' published in 1538.
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HORSE, 1921.
'Lady' owned by Mrs. Florence Harding. Photograph, November 1921.
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NEW YORK: CHIMPANZEE, c1910.
A chimpanzee dressed in a suit closing the door of an automobile in New York City, c1910.
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HENRY PELHAM (c1748-1806).
American painter and engraver. Portrait with a pet squirrel by John Singleton Copley, 1765.
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AD: FRISKIES, 1962.
American advertisement for Friskies dog food. Photograph, 1962.
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JACQUES CHIRAC.
Jacques Chirac, french prime minister, on the beach in Nice with his dog august 23, 1974. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserv
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0086813
GRACE KELLY (1928-1982).
American actress and princess of Monaco, 1956-1982. In the company of her sister Lizanne LeVine and her poodle. Photographed in Ajaccio, Corsica, 1954.
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0087155
COLORADO: MINERS.
Miners at a camp in Colorado. Oil over a photograph, late 19th century, by William H. Jackson.
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0090228
BICYCLE TOURISTS, 1896.
A group of bicycle tourists enjoying a ride through the countryside. Illustration by Arthur Burdett Frost, 1896.
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AVIATOR WITH DOG, c1922.
An unidentified female aviator, posed with President Warren G. Harding's dog, Laddie Boy. Photograph, c1922.
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LADY WITH HER PETS, 1790.
Painting by Rufus Hathaway, American, 1790.
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NIXON: DOGS, 1970.
President Richard Nixon's pet dogs Pasha, Vicky and King Timahoe sitting in a window at the White House. Photograph, December 1970.
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0077859
MAN STUCK IN ANIMAL TRAP.
Wood engraving, early 19th century, by Thomas Bewick (1753-1828).
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CAMILO JOSÉ CELA (1916-).
Writer Madrid Spain 1989. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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PATRICIA HIGHSMITH (1921-1995).
Writer Locarno Switzerland 1986. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
(1451-1506). Italian navigator. Columbus with his mistress Beatriz and sons, Diego and Ferdinand. Engraving, 1794.
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GOODWIFE WALFORD, 1692.
Goodwife Walford accused of witchcraft in Puritan New England. American engraving, 19th century.
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EVICTION, 1873.
Wood engraving, American, 1873.
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WILLIAM LYON PHELPS
(1865-1943). American teacher and literary critic. Phelps reading in front of a fireplace with his dog. Photograph by Louis Fabian Bachrach, c1940.
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0002693
KING ARTHUR & KNIGHTS.
King Arthur and his Knights at the Round Table. Woodcut from 'Tristan', Paris, c1506.
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0002964
DANCE OF DEATH, 1545.
'Death and the Physician.' Woodcut by Hans Lützelburger after Hans Holbein the Younger, from the series 'Dance of Death,' Lyons, 1545.
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LINEN MANUFACTURE, 1783.
'Spinning - reeling with the clock-reel - boiling yarn.' Engraving illustrating the Irish linen manufacture in County Down, Ireland.
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COLONIAL CLOTH MAKERS.
Carding, spinning, and weaving woolen cloth in an 18th century American household. Drawing, 19th century.
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JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
(1712-1778). French philosopher. Etching, English, 1797.
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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
(1756-1791). Austrian composer. The 'third class' hearse arriving at the gate of St. Marx Cemetery, Vienna, 6 December 1791, bearing the mortal remains of Mozart. A copy of this aquatint engraving belonged to Beethoven, who considered it a faithful depiction of the sorry funeral procession.
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RICHARDSON: PUSSY CAT.
Pussy cat, pussy cat. Illustration by Frederick Richardson for a 1915 edition of 'Mother Goose'.
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UMBERTO NOBILE (1885-1978).
Italian aeronautical engineer and Arctic explorer. Nobile with his pet dog, 'Titina,' standing on the landing apparatus for the airship 'Italia.' Photograph, 1928.
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LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Woman playing the spinet, woman singing and a man playing the violin, 1675-ca 1680, by Jacob Ochtervelt (1634-1682), oil on canvas, 84.5 x 75 cm. The Netherlands, 17th century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Vasco da Lucerna presenting his history of Alexander to Charles the Bold, miniature by Liedet Loyset (1470), manuscript, France 15th Century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
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JAMES WATT (1736-1819).
Scottish engineer and inventor. Performing his first experiment with steam while still a boy: engraving, 19th century, after the painting by Marcus Stone.
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JAMES WATT (1736-1819).
Scottish engineer and inventor. Observing the power of steam: engraving, 19th century.
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