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Dai nijūichi zu

Dai nijūichi zu

Print shows a woman using a long (opium?) pipe to beat a man who has been spying on her. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-06. From the seri... more

[Potter Jackson, a free black man who worked as a seaman, tied to riggings of ship and being whipped by the ship's captain and another man; and view of his back after beating]

[Potter Jackson, a free black man who worked as a seaman, tied to rigg...

Illus. in: The remarkable case of Potter Jackson, 1807 .... Published in: Slavery in the courtroom : an annotated bibliography of American cases / Paul Finkelman. Washington : Library of Congress, 1985, p. 270.

Das allegrösste Bilder ABC. P bei Winckelmann & Söhne in Berlin

Das allegrösste Bilder ABC. P bei Winckelmann & Söhne in Berlin

Print shows the letter "P" formed by a man with his left arm raised and holding one wing of a bird and with his right arm at his waist holding the other wing of the bird, with examples "Pferdehandel" showing tw... more

Boutique de cordonnier / J.B. Debret et la Vtesse. de Portes, delt. ; lith. de Thierry Frères, srs. d'Engelmann & Cie.

Boutique de cordonnier / J.B. Debret et la Vtesse. de Portes, delt. ; ...

Illustration showing interior of shoe store with shoemaker beating hand of worker and other workers making shoes while woman, nursing baby, looks on from the doorway. Illus. in: Voyage pittoresque et historique... more

The new Fogg's Ferry the comedy drama by Chas. E. Callahan.

The new Fogg's Ferry the comedy drama by Chas. E. Callahan.

Caption: Don't kill me, Mammy! Created by "The Enquirer Job Printing Co., Cin., O." Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Argument of the chivalry

Argument of the chivalry

A dramatic portrayal, clearly biased toward the northern point of view, of an incident in Congress which inflamed sectional passions in 1856. The artist recreates the May 22 attack and severe beating of Massach... more

Argument of the chivalry

Argument of the chivalry

A dramatic portrayal, clearly biased toward the northern point of view, of an incident in Congress which inflamed sectional passions in 1856. The artist recreates the May 22 attack and severe beating of Massach... more

Democratic platform illustrated

Democratic platform illustrated

Another attack on the 1856 Democratic platform as pro-South and proslavery. The Buchanan-Breckenridge ticket is reviled on the basis of recent developments occurring during the outgoing Pierce administration. I... more

Democratic platform illustrated

Democratic platform illustrated

Another attack on the 1856 Democratic platform as pro-South and proslavery. The Buchanan-Breckenridge ticket is reviled on the basis of recent developments occurring during the outgoing Pierce administration. I... more

Blow for blow

Blow for blow

Card showing Afro-American slave with club standing over body of white man holding whip. No. 6, no. 62. Copyright by William A. Stephens. From: Album varieties no. 3; The slave in 1863. Philadelphia, 1863.

Blow for blow

Blow for blow

Card showing Afro-American slave with club standing over body of white man holding whip. No. 6, no. 62. Copyright by William A. Stephens. From: Album varieties no. 3; The slave in 1863. Philadelphia, 1863.

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