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Shinobazu no ike

Shinobazu no ike

Print shows pedestrians on a tree-lined promenade that bisects the Shinobazu Pond, with buidings on stilts along the shoreline. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo prin... more

Shinobazu no ike benten no hokora

Shinobazu no ike benten no hokora

Print shows pedestrians on a bridge across Shinobazu Pond leading to the Benten shrine; pine trees along the bridge, buildings on pilings extending into the pond, and buildings of the town in the background. Ti... more

Inokashira no ike benzaiten no yashiro

Inokashira no ike benzaiten no yashiro

Print shows two people crossing a bridge to a building on a small island during a winter snowstorm. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. ... more

Senzoku no ike kesakakematsu

Senzoku no ike kesakakematsu

Print shows a large pine tree with fence around it and shrine nearby on the edge of a lake, with teahouse and travelers in the foreground. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsor... more

Shinobazu no ike

Shinobazu no ike

Print shows a comical scene with a group of people walking along the bank of the Shinobazu Pond, with cherry blossoms and dwellings in the background. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibu... more

Ike Bentley, near Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Ike Bentley, near Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

summary: A note on one of the prints states: "Northeast of Sargent 4 miles. Grandpa and Grandma Bentley (Grandpa served in war of 1812); Mr. and Mrs. Ike Bentley." original size: 6x8

Ike no chaya

Ike no chaya

Print shows a teahouse with dock on the waterfront. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-06. Format: full color woodblock print. Forms part of:... more

Ike waves to parade crowds

Ike waves to parade crowds

Associated Press photo. No. 1673. Title from item. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Ike and Dulles in Ike's office (some singles of Ike)

Ike and Dulles in Ike's office (some singles of Ike)

Title and date from log book. Contact sheet available for reference purposes: USN&WR COLL - Job no. 1163-B, frame 9. Forms part of: U.S. News & World Report Magazine Photograph Collection.

[Immune, Alkah Ike on rampage] / O'Neill.

[Immune, Alkah Ike on rampage] / O'Neill.

Title from handwritten notation on mat. No accession number. Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published as comic in: Puck, Oct. 19, 1904. BAR updated record 1989-1994.

[Immune, Alkah Ike on rampage] / O'Neill.

[Immune, Alkah Ike on rampage] / O'Neill.

Title from handwritten notation on mat. No accession number. Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published as comic in: Puck, Oct. 19, 1904. BAR updated record 1989-1994.

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek,...

1987 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: Originally a smokehouse, the building was later converted to a shed used for killing muskrats and processing the skins. Unprocessed Field note materia... more

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek,...

1987 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: Originally a smokehouse, the building was later converted to a shed used for killing muskrats and processing the skins. Unprocessed Field note materia... more

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek,...

1987 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: Originally a smokehouse, the building was later converted to a shed used for killing muskrats and processing the skins. Unprocessed Field note materia... more

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek,...

1987 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: Originally a smokehouse, the building was later converted to a shed used for killing muskrats and processing the skins. Unprocessed Field note materia... more

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek,...

1987 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: Originally a smokehouse, the building was later converted to a shed used for killing muskrats and processing the skins. Unprocessed Field note materia... more

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

Ike Cleaver Muskrat Shed, Thomas Corner Road near Appoquinimink Creek,...

1987 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Second Place Significance: Originally a smokehouse, the building was later converted to a shed used for killing muskrats and processing the skins. Unprocessed Field note materia... more

Kingyo o ike ni suteru onna

Kingyo o ike ni suteru onna

Print shows a young girl pouring a bucket of water with fish into a small garden pond, another girl is standing next to her. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print s... more

Kingyo o ike ni suteru onna

Kingyo o ike ni suteru onna

Print shows a young girl pouring a bucket of water with fish into a small garden pond, another girl is standing next to her. Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print s... more

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