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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.
KANSAS: BLACK EMIGRANTS.
Black migrants to Kansas in 1879 fleeing the South and an outbreak of yellow fever. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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.
DORÉ: LONDON, 1872.
'The West End Dog-Fancier.' Wood engraving after Gustave Doré from 'London: A Pilgrimage,' 1872.
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.
COPLEY: YOUNG LADY, 1767.
Young Lady with a Bird and Dog. Oil on canvas by John Singleton Copley, 1767.
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.
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.
METHODIST CAMP MEETING.
American lithograph, 1837.
DANCE OF DEATH, 1538.
'Death and the Duchess.' Woodcut, French, 1547, after Hans Holbein the Younger from his 'Dance of Death,' published in 1538.
'Lady' owned by Mrs. Florence Harding. Photograph, November 1921.
NEW YORK: CHIMPANZEE, c1910.
A chimpanzee dressed in a suit closing the door of an automobile in New York City, c1910.
HENRY PELHAM (c1748-1806).
American painter and engraver. Portrait with a pet squirrel by John Singleton Copley, 1765.
AD: FRISKIES, 1962.
American advertisement for Friskies dog food. Photograph, 1962.
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
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.
Miners at a camp in Colorado. Oil over a photograph, late 19th century, by William H. Jackson.
BICYCLE TOURISTS, 1896.
A group of bicycle tourists enjoying a ride through the countryside. Illustration by Arthur Burdett Frost, 1896.
AVIATOR WITH DOG, c1922.
An unidentified female aviator, posed with President Warren G. Harding's dog, Laddie Boy. Photograph, c1922.
LADY WITH HER PETS, 1790.
Painting by Rufus Hathaway, American, 1790.
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.
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.
(1451-1506). Italian navigator. Columbus with his mistress Beatriz and sons, Diego and Ferdinand. Engraving, 1794.
GOODWIFE WALFORD, 1692.
Goodwife Walford accused of witchcraft in Puritan New England. American engraving, 19th century.
RICHARDSON: PUSSY CAT.
Pussy cat, pussy cat. Illustration by Frederick Richardson for a 1915 edition of 'Mother Goose'.
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.
LADY CAROLINE LAMB
(1785-1828). English novelist. Painting, early 19th century.
HYDE: HONORABLE MR. CAT.
'Honorable Mr. Cat.' A Japanese girl carries a cat in the rain as an adult holds up an umbrella. Woodcut, 1903.
LINEN MANUFACTURE, 1783.
'Spinning - reeling with the clock-reel - boiling yarn.' Engraving illustrating the Irish linen manufacture in County Down, Ireland.
COLONIAL CLOTH MAKERS.
Carding, spinning, and weaving woolen cloth in an 18th century American household. Drawing, 19th century.
HYDE: CAT AND CHERUB, 1897.
'The Cat and the Cherub.' A Chinese boy holding a cat. Etching by Helen Hyde, 1897.
EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET.
'Viewing with concern.' Cartoon comment on the growing prosperity of the European Common Market, viewed with concern by representations of Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev and East German head of state Walter Ulbricht (portrayed as a dog). Cartoon by Edmund Valtman, 9 January 1962.
MIGRANT CHILDREN, 1939.
Bean pickers' children in Marin County, California, originally from Kansas, California, South Dakota, Oregon, Nebraska, and Minnesota. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, 1939.
GRACE ANNA COOLIDGE
(1879-1957). Mrs. Calvin Coolidge with 'Rob Roy.' Oil, 1924, by Howard Chandler. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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.
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
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.
JAMES WATT (1736-1819).
Scottish engineer and inventor. Observing the power of steam: engraving, 19th century.
PRINCE OTTO von BISMARCK
(1815-1898). Prince Otto von Bismarck-Schonhausen. Prussian statesman. Bismarck on the Promenade at Bad Kissingen, Bavaria, Germany. Line engraving from an American newspaper of 1874.
FALA & PRINCE, 1944.
Fala, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Scottish terrier, with Prince Harold of Norway on the White House lawn. Photographed 1944.
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