Diagrammatic map of weights and measures in use in 27 Mediterranean and European seaports. Oriented with north to the right. Each port city is represented by a vignette of a prominent local tower and the vignet... more
Portolan chart with seaport names given for all coastlines. Title devised by cataloguer. Contains 4 compass roses in a circle centered in Italy to the north of Rome and half of a fifth on the trimmed center lef... more
Title from mount. Hubbard Collection. Published in: Viewpoints; a selection from the pictorial collections of the Library of Congress .... Washington : Library of Congress ..., 1975, no. 186.
Also shows the southeast Pacific Ocean, the southwest Indian Ocean, as well as the continents of South America, Africa, Europe, and portions of North America and Asia. Relief shown pictorially. Title supplied b... more
Relief shown pictorially. Watermarked at left end with necklace enclosing pointed cross with attached pendant cross and at right end with indecipherable wording. Includes embellished title cartouche and 2 circu... more
Print shows the interior of a temple, a Native bowing on one knee and presenting a map to a female figure (Liberty?) sitting on a throne on a pedestal and holding a long staff topped with a liberty cap; a cheru... more
Print shows an allegorical scene with four female figures, representing the continents (from l. to r.) Asia, Europe, Africa, and America, approaching a seated female figure with wings writing in an open volume ... more
Relief shown pictorially and by shading. Map title within ornamental border. Atlas consists of folded maps pasted onto endpapers along spine. Copy annotated in pencil on contents p. Copy imperfect: Torn edges a... more
Relief shown pictorially. Title on label affixed to box lid: Wallis's New dissected map of Europe : engraved from the latest authorities for the use of young students in geography / J. Wallis the original manuf... more
Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 193, Folder 20.
Drawing shows a deputy collector, or civil servant, smoking as he leans on the back two legs of his chair, feet near a fireplace. Taylor traveled extensively in Europe between 1844 and his death in 1879.
Drawing shows a public documents civil servant asleep before a fireplace. He leans on the back two legs of his chair. Bayard Taylor made at extensive trips to Europe between 1844 his death in 1879.
Fremont, Col. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 122, Folder 38.
Map of the Roman Empire under Constantine the Great. Illus. in: Iconographic encyclopaedia of science, literature, and art / Johann G. Heck. New York : Published by Rudolph Garrigue, 1851, vol. 1, division 3, pl. 10.
Map of Europe in the time of Charlemagne. Illus. in: Iconographic encyclopaedia of science, literature, and art / Johann G. Heck. New York : Published by Rudolph Garrigue, 1851, vol. 1, division 3, pl. 11.
Illus. in: Heck, Iconographic Encyc. 1851, plate 21. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Relig. Clergy; Middle Ages; PI; France Hist.; Shelf.
The artist registers the widespread American sympathy with certain revolutionary movements in Europe. More specifically, the print extols Louis Kossuth, the Hungarian patriot who led an 1848 revolt against the... more
Title from cover. Includes illustrations. Accompanied by text in cover. 32 pages ; 16 cm. LC copy's map removed from cover, mounted on cloth, and laminated. In German. Map title also in French and German. Accom... more
General-content map of Europe showing states, railroads, waterways, roads (postal routes), and ferries. Does not cover northern Scandinavia. Prime meridian: Paris. Signed in ink script on verso: Millard Fillmor... more
Composite of seven illustrations showing: Aspinwall, New Granada, Central America; Honolulu, Hawaii, Sandwich Islands; Panama, New Granada, Central America; snow shed on the Central Pacific Railroad; map of the... more
Print shows a group of explorers of the polar regions, representing discovery and exploration, floating on an ice floe, they may all be on the verge of death; weighing judgement are James G. Bennett of the New ... more
Illustration shows a scene in a dark forest with a group of men labeled "Irish Invincibles, Nihilists, Austrian Socialists, German Artisans, Republicans, Fanatical Irredentists, [and] Black Hand" carrying torch... more
Title devised by Library staff. Copyright by Carpenter's World Travels. Forms part of: Frank and Frances Carpenter Collection (Library of Congress).
Print shows the American upper class on the left and the European nobility on the right, beneath their family trees, with such ancestors as, on the left, "Skin Trader, Money Lender, Slave Trader, Squatter, [and... more
Relief shown by hachures. Shows submarine telegraph lines. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Also covers eastern portion of Western Europe. Gift; Dr. Günter Krabbe; June 2005. Paper sheet sectioned to 36 panels to enable folding. LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, soiled, stained. Available also through the ... more
11427 U.S. Copyright Office. General information about the Popular and Applied Graphic Art print materials is available at: https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.pga Title information compiled by Junior Fellows, 2005-... more
Print shows a vignette cartoon showing a dignified and respected millionaire in familiar surroundings at home; and while traveling through major European cities, he is ignored, ridiculed, laughed at as the butt... more
Print shows Pope Leo XIII sitting between bust sculptures of William E. Gladstone labeled "Gladstone, the Great Commoner, 1809-1898" and Otto von Bismarck labeled "Bismarck, The Man of Blood and Iron, 1815-1898".
Print shows a gleeful Uncle Sam sitting with John Bull, who is a sailor representing England, and six figures representing "Spain", "Italy" (Umberto I), "Austria" (Franz Joseph I), "France", Germany (William II... more
Inset: key map of Europe. 11 x 12 cm. Scale not given. Includes references to country caricatures. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.