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The times - taken from an original character which appear'd at the masquerade at Lincoln, Decr. the 21st 1769

The times - taken from an original character which appear'd at the mas...

Print shows the figure of a man draped with ribbons labeled with the issues of the times.

Wide o'er the ocean while Britannia reigns / Bonnor, del. et sculp.

Wide o'er the ocean while Britannia reigns / Bonnor, del. et sculp.

Print shows a Roman soldier guiding Britannia, with key in hand, to a temple, the crests of France and Spain lie on the ground before her, and at her side a cherub carries her shield and lance. Title from item.... More

Destaing. Shewing how he cut the English mens head off

Destaing. Shewing how he cut the English mens head off

Charles Henri Estaing holding cat by tail in one hand and sword in another.

The convention makers, British Cartoon Print

The convention makers, British Cartoon Print

"The interior of a room; a picture called A Convention, depicting the Convention between England and Spain on the Falkland Islands, is falling from a broken cornice inscribed National Honour, onto four prostrat... More

The blessed effects of venality, British Cartoon Print

The blessed effects of venality, British Cartoon Print

Print shows a man, possibly George III, chopping a leg "Commons" of a three-legged stool, "Lords" and "Privy Council" being the other two legs, which may represent the Parliament and its openness to corruption,... More

[A Tory and a patriot wrestle for a pine tree banner while an Native watches] / Patas sculp.

[A Tory and a patriot wrestle for a pine tree banner while an Native w...

Print shows a cartouche on a map with Loyalist attempting to replace a banner displaying a pine tree and topped with a liberty cap signifying America with a banner bearing the British lion; the patriot raises a... More

The flight of the Congress

The flight of the Congress

General Howe as a lion chasing various American leaders in the guise of other animals -- a donkey in a lion's skin is John Hancock, an armadillo is Washington, a tiger is Laurens. From a liberty tree in the mid... More

The Englishman in Paris, British Cartoon Print

The Englishman in Paris, British Cartoon Print

Print shows an Englishman, only recently arrived, still wearing his hat, standing just inside the entrance of the home of a Frenchman at dinner time. He is eating the goose which he has taken off the serving pl... More

A picturesque view of the state of Great Britain for (1778? or 1780?)

A picturesque view of the state of Great Britain for (1778? or 1780?)

In the foreground, an American Indian saws off the one remaining horn of a cow representing Britain. A Dutchman milks the cow while a Frenchman and Spaniard await their turns. In the background, the Howe brothe... More

A picturesque view of the state of the nation for February 1778

A picturesque view of the state of the nation for February 1778

In the foreground, an American Indian saws off the one remaining horn of a cow representing Britain. A Dutchman milks the cow while a Frenchman and Spaniard await their turns. In the background, the Howe brothe... More

[Wegens de staat der Engelsche natie, in't jaar 1778], British Cartoon Print

[Wegens de staat der Engelsche natie, in't jaar 1778], British Cartoon...

Cartoon shows America (represented by a man with feathered cap) cutting the horns off a cow (representing British commerce) which is being milked by a Dutchman, two men (representing France and Spain) are stand... More

Le Destin molestant les Anglois, British Cartoon Print

Le Destin molestant les Anglois, British Cartoon Print

Print shows the Comte d'Estaing presenting a palm frond to America, a Native wearing feathered headdress and skirt and holding a staff topped with a liberty cap and who is seated on a throne of bales and barrel... More

The family compact

The family compact

The devil holds the kings of Spain and France together. This was in reference to the Bourbon Family Compact, whereby Spain joined France against England. The publication line mocks British copyright laws -- "Pu... More

Omne animal post Coitum triste praeter Gallum. Leur imprudence présomption orgueil et tyrannie sont humiliés

Omne animal post Coitum triste praeter Gallum. Leur imprudence présomp...

Dorothy George, BM 5581, mentions two French satires. One is entitled "O qu'el d'estain," and shows a tiger (England) being attacked by a cock (France), a lion (Spain), and a snake (America). The title is a pun... More

The European diligence. Book illustration from Library of Congress, British Cartoon Print

The European diligence. Book illustration from Library of Congress, Br...

Print shows a Dutchman rolling a wheelbarrow over Britannia; along for the ride are France represented by a man leaning over the front of the wheelbarrow with a sword ready to stab Britannia, America represente... More

Les Anglois molestes et chatiees

Les Anglois molestes et chatiees

Print shows 1. a beaming sun with fleur-de-lis shining on 2. a man who resembles George Washington, wearing military uniform and hat labeled "Congress" and "Washington," holding a raised lash in his right hand ... More

The present state of Great Britain / J. Phillips fecit., British Cartoon Print

The present state of Great Britain / J. Phillips fecit., British Carto...

Print shows a man representing Great Britain, half-asleep, holding a staff topped with a liberty cap which a Native, representing America, is attempting to remove; a Dutchman on his knees before Great Britain i... More

John Bull triumphant. Book illustration from Library of Congress, British Cartoon Print

John Bull triumphant. Book illustration from Library of Congress, Brit...

Print shows a bull tossing a Spaniard into the air, the Earl of Bute, Lord North, and the Earl of Mansfield are attempting to hold it back by pulling on its tail; a Frenchman and America (represented by a Nativ... More

The bull roasted: or the political cooks serving their customers

The bull roasted: or the political cooks serving their customers

George III turns the spit on which the British bull is roasting. He is observed by Bute while North serves portions to an American Indian, a Spaniard, and a Frenchman. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Eerwardigen Nederlander. De tweede oeconomische plaat

Eerwardigen Nederlander. De tweede oeconomische plaat

Anti-English cartoon of war years. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Freedom, peace, plenty, all in vain advance ...

Freedom, peace, plenty, all in vain advance ...

Print shows Britannia carrying a staff topped with a liberty cap and followed by attendants from a temple in the background on the right, advancing over weapons and a shield decorated with fleur-de-lis and a pa... More

Den Engelsman op zyn uiterste l'Anglois a toute extremitez., British Cartoon Print

Den Engelsman op zyn uiterste l'Anglois a toute extremitez., British C...

Print shows the interior of a bedroom where an Englishman is vomiting over the left side of a bed into a bowl held by a Dutchman, two men are standing on the right side of the bed, one labeled "Dr B Franklin" a... More

De eerste oeconomische plaat. Een jongen ryken Hollander

De eerste oeconomische plaat. Een jongen ryken Hollander

Concerns the problems of Dutch neutrality amid the warring powers of Europe. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Britania [sic] and her daughter - a song, British Cartoon Print

Britania [sic] and her daughter - a song, British Cartoon Print

Print shows Britannia standing on the left poised with her spear and shield for battle, on the right America (represented by a female Native with feathered headdress) is standing between a Spaniard and a French... More

Johann Martin Will - Die wage der mache ... La balance de la puissance.

Johann Martin Will - Die wage der mache ... La balance de la puissance...

Print shows Justice holding a scale on which Britannia outweighs a Spaniard, a Frenchman, America (represented by a Native wearing a feathered headdress), and a Dutchman. Includes legend corresponding to number... More

De man in't hembd, of de gefnuikte hoogmoed, British Cartoon Print

De man in't hembd, of de gefnuikte hoogmoed, British Cartoon Print

Print shows a man in a nightshirt (representing England) being attacked by several men (representing the countries of the armed neutrality league and the allies), he is held by a Swede and a Dane, a Frenchman p... More

Den Engelsman op zyn uiterste = L'Anglois a toute extremitez

Den Engelsman op zyn uiterste = L'Anglois a toute extremitez

An Englishman vomits into a pan while two Americans, Benjamin Franklin and John Paul Jones dressed as an Indian, are about to give the Englishman an enema. Cresswell speculates that this was issued apropos Engl... More

Loon na werk 1780, British Cartoon Print

Loon na werk 1780, British Cartoon Print

Print shows a large dog (representing England) muzzled and chained being attacked by several men (representing the countries of the armed neutrality league and the allies, a Swede, a Dane, a Frenchman with an u... More

John Bulls alternative. Book illustration from Library of Congress, British Cartoon Print

John Bulls alternative. Book illustration from Library of Congress, Br...

Print shows John Bull (representing England) standing on his toes on a rock, a rope around his neck and tied to a limb above him; on the right, across a body of water (probably representing the English Channel)... More

The gig / Wells del., British Cartoon Print

The gig / Wells del., British Cartoon Print

Print shows two British sailors waving banners labeled "Rodney," one smokes a long clay pipe, between them is a Dutchman, his hands behind his back, sitting in the bottom portion of a toy top, he says, "Mine he... More

Jack England fighting the four confederates

Jack England fighting the four confederates

Print shows a British sailor about to fight the "four confederates" America as "Yanky Doodle" (represented by a Native man wearing feathered headdress and skirt) lying on the ground moaning, "This fall has hurt... More

Libertas Americana. 4 Juil. 1776 Non sine Diis animosus infans / / dessin de la medaille des etats unis de l'amerique compose par A.E. Gibelin en 1783.

Libertas Americana. 4 Juil. 1776 Non sine Diis animosus infans / / des...

Design drawing executed not later than September 1782 by Antoine Esprit Gibelin shows Minerva (representing France) standing, leaning forward, holding a spear in raised right hand and a shield, with a fleur-de-... More

The British lion engaging four powers, British Cartoon Print

The British lion engaging four powers, British Cartoon Print

Print shows a lion confronting a spaniel, representing Spain, a fighting cock, representing France, a rattlesnake, representing America, and a pug dog, representing Holland. Title from item. Catalogue of prints... More

Prince Stadhold--r resuming his deliberation, British Cartoon Print, Thomas Colley

Prince Stadhold--r resuming his deliberation, British Cartoon Print, T...

Print shows a caricature of Prince William V of Holland as a slightly obese man, of deficient intellect, with empty ("MT") trouser pockets, and holding a sword by the blade against his breast, while notes and v... More

Labour in vain or let them tug & be da--nd

Labour in vain or let them tug & be da--nd

Print shows Neptune, the British lion, Britannia, and a British sailor on a piece of land labeled "England" laughing derisively at a Dutchman, a Frenchman, a Spaniard, and a partly draped Native woman wearing a... More

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America

An American Indian rushes into the arms of Britannia while a Spaniard and Frenchman try to keep her away. A Dutchman looks on to see who will win the struggle. Catherine the Great had offered to mediate and thi... More

The state cooks making peace-porridge, British Cartoon Print

The state cooks making peace-porridge, British Cartoon Print

Print shows several British ministers, Keppel, Fox, Richmond, Conway, and others, preparing a porridge of peace to offer Holland, France, and Spain, and separately to a Native wearing a feathered headdress and ... More

Peace porridge all hot - the best to be got / T. Colley engd., British Cartoon Print

Peace porridge all hot - the best to be got / T. Colley engd., British...

Print shows an Englishman and servant offering bowls of "peace porridge" to a Frenchman, a Spaniard, a Dutchman, and a Native woman representing America. The Native says, "I rest Contented with a dish of Indepe... More

[Britannia attacked by her enemies]

[Britannia attacked by her enemies]

Print shows Britannia and the British lion being attacked from the left by a Dutchman, a Spaniard, and a Frenchman, and from the right by a Native woman representing America. Title devised by Library staff. Ill... More

Blessed are the peacemakers, British Cartoon Print

Blessed are the peacemakers, British Cartoon Print

Print shows two men representing Spain and France leading George III by a rope attached to his neck and Lord Shelburne through a gateway formed by spears, from the crossbar of which are tumbling the British lio... More

Dominion of the sea, British Cartoon Print

Dominion of the sea, British Cartoon Print

Print shows Britannia in a boat with a fox on the prow at anchor in "Portland Road"; she is holding a staff with the banner of St. George and the British flag, and an olive branch in her right hand, her shield ... More

L--d Shel--, begging Monsieur to make piss or p--e, British Cartoon Print

L--d Shel--, begging Monsieur to make piss or p--e, British Cartoon Pr...

Print shows Lord Shelburne holding a chamber pot up to a Frenchman, saying "Monsieur, be so obliging as to make piss with us." The Frenchman is kicking the pot, saying, "By the House of Bourbon, with the war we... More

The [ass]-headed and [cow-heart]-ed ministry making the British [lion] give up the pull, British Cartoon Print

The [ass]-headed and [cow-heart]-ed ministry making the British [lion]...

Print shows the British lion harnessed on one side of "the pit of ruin" and a spanial (for Spain), a cock (for France), a rattlesnake (for America), and a pug dog (for Holland) harnessed on the other side, pull... More

Mrs. General Washington, bestowing thirteen stripes on Britania, British Cartoon Print

Mrs. General Washington, bestowing thirteen stripes on Britania, Briti...

Print shows George Washington wearing a dress about to whip Britannia with 13 lashes as three men representing Spain, France, and Holland urge him on. Title from item. Catalogue of prints and drawings in the Br... More

The times, anno 1783, James Gillray

The times, anno 1783, James Gillray

Figures personifying England, France, Spain, and Holland represent the international situation. England (right), a John Bull, stout and plainly dressed, holds up his hands, with a melancholy expression. By his ... More

Dr. Franklin erhält, als Gesandter des Americanischen FreyStaats, seine erste Audienz in Frankreich, zu Versailles, am 20ten Märtz 1778 / D. Chodowiecki del. et sculp.

Dr. Franklin erhält, als Gesandter des Americanischen FreyStaats, sein...

Print shows Benjamin Franklin at the French court in Versailles, one of twelve scenes depicting the history of the American Revolution. Title from item. S. 121. [Plate] 8. Published in: The American Revolution ... More

Thomas Rowlandson - The loss of Eden, - and Eden, lost.

Thomas Rowlandson - The loss of Eden, - and Eden, lost.

A pun on William Eden, who was asked by Pitt to negotiate the commercial treaty with France, but turned to America instead. He is compared with Benedict Arnold. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Cas du manifeste du Duc de Brunswick

Cas du manifeste du Duc de Brunswick

Print shows four figures representing foreign nations responding unfavorably to the manifesto issued by the Duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg on July 25 1792. A fifth figure representing Fame (an angel with trumpe... More

L'Ordre et la marche des puissances coalisees contre la France / composé et gravé par J.B. Louvion.

L'Ordre et la marche des puissances coalisees contre la France / compo...

Print shows an allegorical female figure riding in a chariot drawn by mules with the crowned heads of kings of various European countries; it is following three hags leading the way to the temple of folly in th... More

[L'Ordre et la marche des puissances coalisees contre la France] / composé et gravé par J.B. Louvion.

[L'Ordre et la marche des puissances coalisees contre la France] / com...

Print shows an allegorical female figure riding in a chariot drawn by mules with the crowned heads of kings of various European countries; it is following three hags leading the way to the temple of folly in th... More

The faith of treaties exemplified or John Bull's last effort to oblige his false friends / S.W.F., British Cartoon Print

The faith of treaties exemplified or John Bull's last effort to oblige...

A satire on the diplomatic situation in 1794, showing French soldiers shooting at raging bull, and saying "Vive la republic, Blood & plunder, no quarter to John Bull!" To the bull's back is strapped a bundle in... More

Consular coachmanship!!, British Cartoon Print

Consular coachmanship!!, British Cartoon Print

Print shows Josephine standing in a carriage on the left which is drawn by four "unruly" horses, two are labeled "A Jacobin" and "A Royalist"; Napoleon, having been tossed onto the back of a bull, probably repr... More

General Monkey and General Wolfe!!, British Cartoon Print

General Monkey and General Wolfe!!, British Cartoon Print

Print shows Napoleon I, wearing a large hat, carrying a long sword, and having a body where his shoulders rest on his waist, cowering before the large ogre-like figure of John Bull. Title from item. Forms part ... More

The first Kiss this Ten Years! - or - the meeting of Britannia & Citizen François, British Cartoon Print

The first Kiss this Ten Years! - or - the meeting of Britannia & Citiz...

A tall, thin, French officer kissing a fat, richly dressed, seated Britannia. His hat and sword lay on the carpet. Britannia's shield and trident rest on the wall behind her chair. Above them are portraits of G... More

To his royal highness Fredrick Duke of York, this plate of Satan holding th prepondrence of power; or, Bounaparte's threat, is most humbly inscribed, by E. Sanders, British Cartoon Print

To his royal highness Fredrick Duke of York, this plate of Satan holdi...

Print shows Satan holding a balance to which, on one end is attached a hot-air balloon with a bishop, possibly the Duke of York, and another man standing on top, its lightness has skewed the balance to end over... More

Tiddy-Doll, the great French gingerbread-baker; drawing out a new batch of kings - his man, Hopping Talley, mixing up the dough / Js. Gillray invd. & fec., British Cartoon Print

Tiddy-Doll, the great French gingerbread-baker; drawing out a new batc...

Print shows Napoleon standing before a large "New French Oven for Imperial Gingerbread" drawing out a freshly baked kings labeled "Bavaria, Wirtembg, [and] Baden." On the left, Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Pér... More

[John Bull and the Yankee barber]

[John Bull and the Yankee barber]

Title from handwritten notation on mat. Study for etching, plate 1, published in "Scraps" #2, 1830. Purchase; Childs Gallery; (DLC/PP-1984:366). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress).

The debilitated situation of a monarchal government . . .

The debilitated situation of a monarchal government . . .

A pointed comparison of French and American governments, prompted by events surrounding American efforts in 1836 to force France to honor spoliation claims for American shipping losses suffered during the Napol... More

Effect of the submarine telegraph; or peace and good-will between England and France

Effect of the submarine telegraph; or peace and good-will between Engl...

Print shows two angelic female figures, with wings, representing "Peace and Good-Will between England and France" carrying an olive branch and holding hands, following the submarine telegraph cable across the b... More

[Man lecturing native people under a tree]

[Man lecturing native people under a tree]

Drawing shows a man wearing a hat and jacket standing under a large tree while indigenous people sit in a circle around him as well as other men dressed in uniform. The inclusion of palm trees indicates that th... More

Correspondence from Zadoc Long to John D. Long, October 22 and October 27, 1853
Letter from Zadoc Long to John D. Long, October 6, 1853
Letter from Zadoc Long to John D. Long, October 19, 1853
First landing of Americans in Japan, under Commodore M.C. Perry at Gore-Hama July 14th 1853 / W. Heine del. ; E. Brown Jr. direxit. ; lith. of Sarony & Co. N.Y.

First landing of Americans in Japan, under Commodore M.C. Perry at Gor...

Print showing sailors, officers, and members of the Japanese delegation in formations on the beach, also boats with dignitaries setting off from shore, and two American ships in the harbor.

Delivery of the President's letter / T. Sinclair's Lith., Philada.

Delivery of the President's letter / T. Sinclair's Lith., Philada.

Print shows the American delegation, under the command of Matthew C. Perry, presenting a letter from President Fillmore to the Japanese, requesting the establishment of diplomatic and trade relations. Title fro... More

Dinner given to the Japanese commissioners on board U.S.S.F. Powhatan / from nature by W. Heine ; Js. Queen del. ; P.S. Duval & Co., Philada.

Dinner given to the Japanese commissioners on board U.S.S.F. Powhatan ...

Print shows a banquet given for the Japanese commissioners on board the U.S.S. Powhatan, possibly in the bay at Edo (Tokyo). Title from item. Plate from: Narrative of the expedition of an American squadron to t... More

The purchase of Cuba pictorially considered, after the passage of the act appropriating thirty millions for the purpose, A.D. Eighteen hundred and ???? / Hoppin.

The purchase of Cuba pictorially considered, after the passage of the ...

Illustration with 9 scenes showing effects on America of annexation of Cuba including an increase in size and amount of cigars smoked, babies eating oranges and bananas, the U.S. Treasury depleted, and bullfigh... More

Washington, D. C. Washington Navy Yard. First Japanese treaty commission to the U. S., 1860

Washington, D. C. Washington Navy Yard. First Japanese treaty commissi...

Photograph shows Japanese samurai warriors posed with Navy and American representatives. No. 83705. Photo identified in Frank Leslie's vol. 10, June 9, 1860; photo identified in 77 Samurai by Lewis W. Bush, pp.... More

Ball given by the City of New York to the Japan[es]e embassy at the Metropolitan Hotel, June 25, 1860

Ball given by the City of New York to the Japan[es]e embassy at the Me...

Print shows many people seated and standing at a ball in the ballroom of the Metropolitan Hotel, New York City, New York. Title from item. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, v. 4, no. 183 (1860 June 30), pp. 408-09.

The Japanese Embassy in New York--scenes and incidents

The Japanese Embassy in New York--scenes and incidents

Photo shows crowd gathered in New York City for the arrival of Japan's first diplomatic mission to the United States on June 16, 1860, with cannons in foreground preparing to fire a salute.

Tommy, the censor and Prince's attendant

Tommy, the censor and Prince's attendant

Portrait of three Japanese men who were part of the first Japanese embassy to the United States, which arrived in New York City in June 1860. Names identified as (left to right): interpreter "Tommy" Tateishi On... More

Capture of secession varmints / T. Gunn.

Capture of secession varmints / T. Gunn.

Cartoon shows Brother Jonathan pulling skunks (caricatures of southern secessionists) out of the back pockets of John Bull. Title from item. Caption: Bull- "What are you about, sir? Picking my pockets, eh?" Jon... More

That blessed baby.
Certificate for Gustav Ziel's appointment as consul of Hamburg at San Francisco California.
Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, [Newspaper].
The Olive branch. Peace and union. How shall we obtain them?
A gentleman in a fix -- An unnatural parent

A gentleman in a fix -- An unnatural parent

Cartoon showing Napoleon holding baby "Intervention", as the mother "Bull" runs away. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 15, no. 380 (1863 Jan. 10), p. 256.

Very probable / TJ.. Book illustration from Library of Congress

Very probable / TJ.. Book illustration from Library of Congress

Cartoon showing Lord Punch saying, "That was Jeff Davis, Pam! Don't you recognise him?" and Lord Pam replying "Hm! Well, not exactly--may have to do so some of these days." Sign reads "America, another federal ... More

Britannia sympathises [sic] with Columbia.
The man that blocks up the highway.
The British lion disarmed / McLoughlin R(?) sc. ; Th. Nast.

The British lion disarmed / McLoughlin R(?) sc. ; Th. Nast.

Columbia, holding clippers labeled "Alabama claims", is clipping the claws of the "British" lion; a British flag flies above a fort on cliff in the background with American ships at sea on the left. Illus. in: ... More

Chinese Embassy / photographed by J. Gurney & Son.

Chinese Embassy / photographed by J. Gurney & Son.

Photograph shows a group portrait of ten Chinese men (names written in Chinese under their portraits), including Chih Kang, Sun Chia Ku, and interpreters. Other sitters include Mr. Deschamps, Anson Burlingame, ... More

Portrett, Einar Jessen f.1871, i uniform som visekonsul, som reglementert frem til unionsoppløsningen.

Portrett, Einar Jessen f.1871, i uniform som visekonsul, som reglement...

Portrett, Einar Jessen f.1871, i uniform som visekonsul, som reglementert frem til unionsoppløsningen.

Washington. Presentation of the Japanese Embassy to the President and Cabinet, in the East Room of the Executive Mansion

Washington. Presentation of the Japanese Embassy to the President and ...

Illustration shows the Japanese diplomatic delegation presenting documents to President Grant and his cabinet. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 34, no. 860 (1872 March 23), p. 24. Title from ... More

The apple of discord at the Geneva tribunal / Th. Nast.

The apple of discord at the Geneva tribunal / Th. Nast.

"William Tell" shooting arrow of peaceful arbitration from bow of settlement at man with apple labelled "Alabama claims" on his head as crowds observe. The last scene of the William Tell tragedy shows Tell lift... More

It is a bad rule that don't work both ways / Th. Nast.

It is a bad rule that don't work both ways / Th. Nast.

Uncle Sam speaking to the Geneva court about Alabama claims. Liberty(?) sits in the seat of judgement. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, vol. 16, no. 813, 1872 July 27, cover illustration.

Konsul Hasselkvist. Kalmar Läns museum
[Tightening the grip]. Book illustration from Library of Congress

[Tightening the grip]. Book illustration from Library of Congress

A large bear hugs a Turkish man, who clasps a bloody dagger, in a tight grip. No copyright information found with item. Signed, lower right: JT monogram / 1877. Title from Punch. Bequest and gift; Caroline and ... More

The peace palace, The Hague, Netherlands
Irishman (?) gesticulating to German with tankard and pipe who has taken over yard while Uncle Sam argues with German (?) ruler about "extra-territoriality"

Irishman (?) gesticulating to German with tankard and pipe who has tak...

Title devised by cataloger. No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

Richard III up to date
Interiör från från konsul Söderbergs hem. Röda salongen.Konsul Söderberg själv syns på bilden.

Interiör från från konsul Söderbergs hem. Röda salongen.Konsul Söderbe...

Interiör från från konsul Söderbergs hem. Röda salongen.Konsul Söderberg själv syns på bilden.

Too heavily handicapped, Afghanistan

Too heavily handicapped, Afghanistan

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860221.

A case for Mr. Bergh
[Irishman (?) gesticulating to German with tankard and pipe who has taken over yard while Uncle Sam argues with German (?) ruler about "extra-territoriality"]
The Post has a shy at some recent spring happenings
Richard III up to date

Richard III up to date

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

The European plan / Th. Nast.

The European plan / Th. Nast.

Maréchal MacMahon of France, using scissors labeled "Canal", is cutting a map of North and South America on which the Mason-Dixon line has been drawn through the Isthmus of Panama; John Bull stands to the left ... More

A case for Mr. Bergh

A case for Mr. Bergh

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860221.

The Post has a shy at some recent spring happenings

The Post has a shy at some recent spring happenings

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

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