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Robert Ford shooting Jesse James
A woodcut shows Robert Ford famously shooting Jesse James in the back while he hangs a picture in his house. Ford's brother Charles looks on.
'Seascape' by John C. Poole, c. 1923, wood engraving
Seascape by John C. Poole, c. 1923, wood engraving print on paper, 6 x 4.5 in.
Result of subcutaneous injection 1881i
“The majority of those who use morphia in this way are badly scarred. the skin is thickened, reddened and covered with bluish and reddish discolorations. Abscesses just forming, formed, or commencing to heal, ... More
New-York Mirror St. Nicholas 1841
Woodcut from the New-York Mirror depicting St. Nicholas on New-Year's Eve
The wood-cut is intended to represent only those storms of moderate size in which the cloud is of sufficient height to let the air below become so cooled as to produce an outward motion at the surface of the earth.