Photographer: Thomas Frederick Scales .Tanks on parade in London at the end of World War I, 1918.Dry plate glass negative .Reference No. 1/2-014078-G.Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association Collect... More
Birds-eye view print shows crowds of people, wagons and onlookers walking or riding horses down the street. In the procession are town leaders, merchants, clergy, military personnel and lackeys. In the backgrou... More
A lion with one of his paws (labeled Minorca) cut off. Frenchmen consult to one side about cutting more off while the Lord Mayor of London and other English politicians consult on the other. Minorca had been lo... More
Depicts event of January 25, 1774 when Boston Commissioner of Customs John Malcom (or Malcomb) was tarred and feathered and hung out his window by an angry mob.
Print showing large crowd gathered before a pavilion in Vauxhall Gardens where Mrs. Weichsel (Billington) is singing, in the lower left, Dr. Johnson is seated at a table, eating, facing front, with James Boswel... More
Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. Format: horizontal Oban Nishikie. Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).
Print shows illuminated obelisks on the Champs Elysees in Paris, France, during a celebration with a throng of revelers playing games, dancing, and enjoying the festive atmosphere of freedom. Title from item. I... More
Print shows a mob of revolutionaries after the storming the Bastille, when late in the afternoon, Governor De Launay, of the Bastille, is arrested and taken away, on the lower left, at the beginning of the Revo... More
Print shows a mob of French citizens looting the Maison de St. Lazare at the beginning of the Revolution in 1789. Title from item. Trimmed to edge of image, to include title, but not artist statements. Illustra... More
Print shows the first festival of federation, a celebration organized to commemorate the fall of the Bastille and to express French unity under the revolution; shows a large triumphal arch at left center, a cer... More
Print shows a mob of French citizens looting the Maison de St. Lazare at the beginning of the Revolution in 1789. Title from item. Illustration from: Collection complète des tableaux historiques de la révolutio... More
Print shows a mob of revolutionaries storming the Bastille at the beginning of the Revolution in 1789. Title from item. Illustration from: Collection complète des tableaux historiques de la révolution française... More
A devil is to convey Napoleon, who is being treated like a disgraced officer, to Elba, where a gallows awaits him. Talleyrand, the adroit turncoat survivor, looks gloatingly pleased. Courtesy of Boston Public Library
Death's bony person is half thrust through his portals which lead to the grave as he has been disturbed by a boisterous summons thundered at his gate. He seems quite shocked at the importunities of a crowd of u... More
A masked ball is represented at its height, gaily attended, and held in the Pantheon or some similar building. A dance is proceeding ; the most diversified scenes meet the eye on all sides, and Rowlandson has g... More
Print shows a man at center, assumed to be Davy Crockett, standing on a busy commercial street, offering one man a drink and another man tobacco, while campaigning for political office. Two dogs have stopped to... More
On item: The view is taken from the South West Gallery, at the time when Archbishop is offering up a Prayer for the Divine blessing upon the objects of this Great Exhibition. Courtesy of Boston Public Library
An enormous crowd of men and women rushing into the Great Exhibition, hats, boots, umbrellas and other ephemera left behind in their hurry to enter the building. Courtesy of Boston Public Library
Title devised by Library staff. Inscribed in ink on lower right margin : "420063". Transfer; Smithsonian Institution; (DLC/PP-1942:063) Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).