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Mace Head
Mace head
Owl Mace Head

Owl Mace Head

Costa Rica

Club
Model Club
Mace head
Club

Club

Mexico, Mesoamerica, Guerrero, Balsas River region

Model mace
Stone Animal Mace Head
Mace head
Mace Head
Mace head
Mace head
Mace head
Mace Head
Janus Mace Head
Mace Head
Mace Head
Owl Mace Head
Club Head
Mace Head, Bird

Mace Head, Bird

Costa Rica

Mace Head

Mace Head

Attributed to Iran

Mace Head
Stone Janus Mace Head

Stone Janus Mace Head

Mexico, Mesoamerica, Michoacan (?)

Mace Head

Mace Head

Ecuador

Mace Head

Mace Head

Attributed to Iran, Herat

Mace Head
Mace
Stone Mace Head

Stone Mace Head

Mexico, Mesoamerica

Stone Mace Head with Spikes

Stone Mace Head with Spikes

Mexico, Mesoamerica

Mace or Hatchet Fragment

Mace or Hatchet Fragment

Mexico, Mesoamerica, Sonora

Mace
Mace
Mace
Mace
Mace
Mace
Mace
Mace
Mace
Queen of Clubs, from a Set of Piquet Cards

Queen of Clubs, from a Set of Piquet Cards

Claude Fayolle (French, Vaise (Rhône) ca. 1752–1826 Lyon)

Mace

Mace

Chennai, Tamil Nādu

Mace
War club
Mace

Mace

John Swift II (entered before 1773, died 1796)

A standing-dish at Boodles

A standing-dish at Boodles

A stout elderly man (three-quarter length) sits astride across a chair, his arms folded on its back. He wears a hat and holds a cane. His head is turned in profile to the left, and is seen through the wide-open... more

Mace
Mace
Bicycle Club in Horribles Parade, New Bedford

Bicycle Club in Horribles Parade, New Bedford

Overhead view of Horribles parade, William Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Line of men on bicycles, people in costume in decorated wagons; on-lookers on sidewalks in front of commercial buildings. Brick bui... more

Club (skullcracker)

Club (skullcracker)

United States, Montana

Out of door sports - the Caledonian and Thistle clubs playing the Scottish national game of curling upon the frozen pond in the Central Park, New York / from a sketch by our own artist.

Out of door sports - the Caledonian and Thistle clubs playing the Scot...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1860 Jan. 14, p. 104.

Wamsutta Club

Wamsutta Club

Wamsutta Club, County St. and Union St., New Bedford, MA. Caption on back reads in part: The old Rotch home..enlarged and remodeled to make a modern clubhouse. Courtesy of New Bedford Free Public Library

South side of Union St.

South side of Union St.

South side of Union St., New Bedford, with Masonic Club at left. Courtesy of New Bedford Free Public Library

Three images, New Bedford, MA

Three images, New Bedford, MA

Three images. Top left: Slocum Building and Parker House hotel, Purchase St., New Bedford, MA looking south from Middle St. Top right: First Unitarian Church (The White Church), Purchase St. and Middle St., New... more

Miniature club

Miniature club

United States, Maine

Club (skullcracker)

Club (skullcracker)

United States, North Dakota or South Dakota

Victoria Club

Victoria Club

A drawing of the corner of the building in Wellington Street. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

The Tile Club at work / Drawn by C.S. Reinhart.

The Tile Club at work / Drawn by C.S. Reinhart.

Men around table drawing(?) and musicians playing instruments. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1880 Jan. 31, pp. 72-73.

Group outing

Group outing

A group of twenty men, women, and boys standing in front of a bank of vegetation. Most are wearing suits or dresses and hats. Several individuals hold rifles or walking sticks. One person is holding a banner wi... more

Athletes. Swinging clubs

Athletes. Swinging clubs

Photograph shows eight consecutive images of a man swinging clubs. Illus. in: The attitudes of animals in motion : a series of photographs illustrating the consecutive positions assumed by animals in performin... more