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[Illustrated arithmetic problem showing man stamping on fruit in rectangular tub and man standing in round tub, with mathematical equations and surrounding text]

L'Aquatinta magnanimo duca

[Design for a church façade]

Spazza cammino (i.e., camino) / Anib Cara. In. ; S. Guillain scu.

Reticelle, e merletti / AC I.

[Hunting lodge with pavilions]

[Hunting lodge with pavilions. Gateway, piers, and fencing. Plan and elevation]

[Hunting lodge with pavilions. Site plan]

Le grand teatre de la guerre en Italie.

[Title page with vignette of allegorical scene]

[Village on the banks of a river] / A. Canal f.

[Capriccio with reminiscences of Padua]

[Mountain landscape with three bridges]

Prospettiva della seconda macchina de fuochi d'artificio, rappresentante il rinomato Monte Vesuvio, alquale portato si Plinio seniore il filosofo, e celebre scrittore per of servarne troppo da vicino la natura, ... / Francesco Perziado Spagnolo inv., e dis. ; Michele Sorelló sculp.

[Legs of dissected frogs, and various metallic apparatus used to measure what was thought to be electricity flowing in animals]

[Eh bien, Messieurs! deux millions]

General Swallow-all-o feasting on a French fricassee!!

Volcian Campagna / Jno. G. Chapman, fect. Roma.

Italia.

L'Imperatore Trajano, alla caccia / Pinelli inv. e inc. Roma 1829.

[Imperial stable at Polesella Venetia. Elevation and section ] / A. Bernati.

[Balloon with parachute and propellers, associated with Francesco Orlandi, flying over a town harbor and spectators, possibly during an ascent in Italy between 1820 and 1850]

Alexandre Farnese III duc de Parme--Gouverneur des Pays Bas + 1592

Sunday mass on the Campagna

Appian Way / Jno. G. Chapman, fect. Roma.

Columns of San Lorenzo. Part of Roman temple of Hercules

Toward Trafoi from Franzenhohe

Bernina Pass--ascent from Italian side

Trafoi

Ortler

Valley of Trafoi

Ortler and glaciers

The Ortler Spitz

Harbor and docks with fishing smacks, Italy

Churches La Madonna & St. Celso

Stelvio Pass--Madatsh Glacier

Ortler

Madatsch G.

Sic itur ad astra. Rodolfo Afflitto da Montefiascone, un ciccio ad incontrar dentro il pallone / EC, 1863.

[Watt portrait of Lincoln.]

Mount Vesuvius, active

Auguri e felicitazioni

[Turkeys] / [butterfly monogram].

[San Giorgio]

Italy.

Due uomini che attendono alla pelature di un maiale (Farnese)

[Ponale Road and view of Riva, Lake Garda, Italy]

Globo furbovolponico-politico-areostatico a prova di bomba e pistola

Italʹi︠a︡nki

Italʹi︠a︡nki

V Italīi

Katolicheskīĭ monastyrʹ [Itali︠a︡]

V Italīi

Red Cross dog - Italy

[Scene from the silent film "The last days of Pompeii" showing a young woman clutching flowers to her chest as she picks a rose, bas-reliefs in the background]

[Scene from the silent film "The last days of Pompeii" showing priests and citizens worshipping a statue]

Cacciali via! / U. Finozzi.

La Banca popolare di Milano ... prestito nazionale 5 %

Aiutateci a vincere! la Banca commerciale Italiana / Barchi ; L'Idea.

Date denaro per la vittoria; la vittoria è la pace. Banca Italiana di Sconto / Girus.

Banca Italiana di Sconto / E. Lionne.

Per la libertà e la civiltà del mondo / M. Dudovich.

Prestito Nazionale di Guerra

Sottoscrivete al prestito / G. Capranesi.

Hail to our ally : the spirit of Italy

Esposizione Raemaekers / Louis Raemaekers.

[Villa Aldobrandini, Frascati, Lazio, Italy. Water chain]

Prestito nazionale rendita consolidata 5% netto / M. Borgoni.

Il lavoro, ecco il nuovo dovere! ... Prestito Nazion[ale]

Finalmente!! / LM.

Per la Patria i mieli occhi! Per la Pace il vosto denaro. Prestito Nazionale / A. Ortelli.

Armi della morte -- armi per la vita! Sottoscrivete al prestito della vittoria

Im italienischen Kampfgebiet zwischen Brenta u. Piave: Neuester Film / HRE.

Adelaide Johnson standing in front of marble which would be used for Women's Pioneer Statue, Italy, ca. 1919-1921.

Attenti! ...veleno! / Zamo.

Italy's spirit unbroken / exclusive from Alice Rohe.

In Italy the trains stop at the stations and the passengers get down to buy papers, candy and wine Judging by the numbers of police at the stations in Italy a criminal would have little chance of escaping from punishment ; Mussolini claims to have discharged all the useless railway employees but here are three men whose duty it is to attend to the few trains a day and close the doors of the compartments.

In Italy the trains stop at the stations and the passengers get down to buy papers, candy and wine. Note black shirt fascisti with ribbons for service Mussolini claims to have discharged all the useless railway employees but here are three men whose duty it is to attend to the few trains a day and close the doors of the compartments.

[Trees in a landscape, Italy?] [Men carrying coal in small boat, Malta]

[Men carrying coal in small boat, Malta] [Rooftops with dome of church? in background, Italy?]

[Villa Gamberaia, Settignano, Tuscany, Italy. Topiary arcade]

[Villa Bel Riposo, San Domenico, Tuscany, Italy. Terrace]

Italy, Villa Bel Riposo, Fiesole [i.e. San Domenico], "Cedars of Lebanon" / Frances B. Johnston, New York.

[Villa Bel Riposo, San Domenico, Tuscany, Italy. Shrine]

[Villa Bel Riposo, San Domenico, Tuscany, Italy. Pergola steps]

[Villa I Tatti, Ponte a Mensola, near Settignano, Italy. View to villa]

[Unidentified house, probably Italy. Topiary]

[Villa Aldobrandini, Frascati, Lazio, Italy. Water terrace]

[Villa Gamberaia, Settignano, Tuscany, Italy. Water terrace]

[Villa I Tatti, Ponte a Mensola, near Settignano, Italy. View from villa]

[Villa Reale di Castello, Castello, Tuscany, Italy. Grotto of the animals]

[Villa Reale di Castello, Castello, Tuscany, Italy. Grotto of the animals]

[Villa Bel Riposo, San Domenico, Tuscany, Italy. Tennis Court Pergola]

[Botanical Garden, Isola Madre, Lake Maggiore, Piedmont, Italy. Stairway]

Aperitivo Rossi / Jean Droit.

Italian lakes

Allied bombers score a direct hit during one of their first attacks on the Buccine [i.e. Bucine] viaduct

A Nazi bridge is put out of commission. Black smoke engulfs a railway bridge on the line from Florence to Rome after it was straddled by bombs. For two months Allied bombers pounded German railroad installations forcing the enemy to depend increasingly upon cargo vessels and motor vehicles for transportation

French airmen hit a pinpoint target. Flying with the Mediterranean Allied Air Forces under the tri-color of France, the Frenchment split a vital rail bridge, 600 feet long and 15 feet wide, at the Piteccio viaduct in central Italy. On the wing of the American-made B-26 bomber may be seen the roundel of the French Air Force

Bombs hurtle toward a Nazi highway bridge. With their rail and shipping facilities almost completely disrupted, the Germans were forced to resort to motor transport. All roads and bridges in central Italy became targets for Allied aerial assaults