Print of a painting in an ornate frame with feet for display on floor or other flat surface showing crowd outside vendor stalls around a large temple; most of the people are entering the temple.
Print shows a street view with the High Street marketplace on the left and the First Presbyterian Church on the right, with pedestrians on the sidewalk and service carts on the cobblestone street.
Photograph showing the Fontaine des Innocents as installed at the Marché des Innocents in Paris, probably in 1858, just prior to one of its several relocations and reconstructions.
Illustration showing on the top, African American women selling flowers outside a building in Washington, D.C.; and on the bottom, African American men registering to vote.
Photo shows the Calle La Academia and Calle República de Guatemala located a few blocks behind the National Palace, in the Centro Histórico of Mexico City, Mexico. (Source: Roberto Duarte, 2012)
Photographs show (top) display area for large bells hanging from cross members at outdoor market; (bottom) several men, some carrying pants, and a boy carrying products for the market.