Print shows a young woman arranging a warrior's hair prior to entering a battle. Title devised by Library staff. Adachi modern reprint (Showa). Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).
Significance: An example of one type of early stone house built by the settlers of the Oley Valley. Survey number: HABS PA-1040 Building/structure dates: ca. 1750 Initial Construction
Print shows a family gathering around a table, the husband, seated, is instructing a son who stands next to him with an open book, and the wife, seated opposite, holds an infant daughter, the children mimic the... more
Print shows a depressed-looking husband seated between a baby in a cradle and a complaining wife, as smoke billows from the fire on the right and a bill collector(?) enters a door on the left. Title from item. ... more
Print shows two bare-breasted women in a boudoir, one appears to have been fixing or powdering the hair of the other who sits before a mirror; a box of hair powder has fallen to the floor spilling its contents;... more
Title inscribed in ink. This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Harrison. Exchange; (DLC/PP-1973:254).
Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. Format: vertical Oban Nishikie. Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).
Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-06. Format: vertical Aiban Nishikie. Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).
Drawing shows women with wash tubs, probably doing laundry. Title from item. Unpublished finding aid, Drawings of Jamaica by William Berryman, available in LC Prints & Photographs Reading Room.
Drawing shows women washing clothes in tubs. Title from item. Unpublished finding aid, Drawings of Jamaica by William Berryman, available in LC Prints & Photographs Reading Room.
Print shows an elderly man leaning through a dutch door, looking into the courtyard, smoking a pipe; ceramic containers are on a bench against the side of the building. Title from item. Caption continues: From ... more
Print shows the letter "S" formed by a two fish, with the larger fish eating the smaller fish, with examples "Schotten" showing a young woman sitting on the ground near a body of water and a young man wearing a... more
Print shows the letter "M" formed by two men leaning on swords, with examples "Melkerinn" showing a young woman, dairymaid, milking a cow; "Mexicaner" showing a Mexican family, the man on the left with bow, arr... more
Bilingual notice in English and Cherokee stating that William McConnell will no longer pay the debts of his wife Delilah McConnell as she has left him. Item in: Cherokee phoenix. New Echota [Ga.] : Isaac H. Har... more
Print shows the letter "N" formed by a man, an acrobat, leaning back and supporting himself with two swords, with his feet resting on a small ball and balancing on his toes a sword with a plate on top, with exa... more
Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. Format: part of a Nishikie Surimono. Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).
Illustrations showing poor family at home; black carpenter carrying tools to his shop and man carrying bundle of aloe leaves on his head. Illus. in: Voyage pittoresque et historique au Brésil, depuis 1816 jusqu... more
Illustration showing interior with woman sewing, girl reading, and black servants and infants sitting on floor, one servant carrying drink on tray. Illus. in: Voyage pittoresque et historique au Brésil, depuis ... more
Interior view of lodge or cabin with Natives gathered around fire. Illus. in: Voyage autour de monde, exécuté par ordre de Sa Majesté l'empereur Nicolas 1er, sur la corvette le Séniavine, dans les années 1826, ... more
Advertisment in the New York herald newspaper for "preventative powders for married ladies, whose health forbids too rapid increase of family." Item in: New York Herald. New York [N.Y.] : James Gordon Bennett, ... more