Print shows a Native man wearing European clothing and a native headdress, standing between a group of Natives sitting on the ground on the right and a platform or stage, on the left, on which three Europeans, ... more
Print shows an advertisement for the Second Street Museum of Living Animals depicting "Romulus, the fighting California grizzly bear" in a fight against "Napoleon 4th", a large bull, on April 8, 1853. The adver... more
Broadside announcing the exhibit at the Palais de l'industrie, séances expérimentales in Paris of a fish-shaped, steam-powered airship designed by Camille Vert. Features design drawing of the airship, equipped ... more
Broadside announcing the exhibition of a navigable balloon designed by Camille Dupuy at the "boulevart Magenta, 37" and the "rue des Marais, St. Martin" in Paris beginning December 18, 1866.
Print shows three horsemen, in an arena, engaged in a contest where the objective is to capture a ribbon attached to the left shoulder of each rider without losing ones own ribbon.
Cartoon showing polite Frenchman saying to Sioux Indian: "Ah? oui-ya-as. I flatter myself to have the honor to address Mistare Andrewes Johnsons."