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Topic: restaurants

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Miyamoto misesaki

Miyamoto misesaki

Print shows several women and a waitress in the Miyamoto shop.

Ryakuga ōji ebiya no zu

Ryakuga ōji ebiya no zu

Print shows women exiting sedan chairs and entering a restaurant.

Ebisu no namazuya

Ebisu no namazuya

Print shows Ebisu, one of the seven lucky gods of Japan, cutting up a catfish, a woman fans a hibachi next to him, and on the left two patrons are eating.

Vienna. The Stadt Park

Vienna. The Stadt Park

View of the Kursalon, a building housing several restaurants located on the edge of the Stadtpark.

Saruwaka-cho Kogiku

Saruwaka-cho Kogiku

Ukiyo-e print showing a beautiful woman, Kogiku, looking at photographic portraits (cartes de visite), possibly of her admirers. Photography was so new in Japan when this print was created that the artist is al... more

What 's in it? / Gillam.

What 's in it? / Gillam.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam sitting at a table in the "Congresssional Lunch Rooms", he is being served a large sausage labeled "Tariff Bill" by a waiter labeled "Republican", another waiter labeled "Democrat" ... more

A street macaroni restaurant, Naples, Italy

A street macaroni restaurant, Naples, Italy

Men eating pasta at street restaurant.

An animated luncheon /

An animated luncheon /

From Edison films catalog: The scene takes place in a fashionable cafe. A well dressed couple enter and after a careful perusal of the menu, conclude on an order of boiled eggs and Welsh rarebit. The obliging w... more

The mysterious cafe /

The mysterious cafe /

From Edison films catalog: As the above title indicates, the scene does not take place in an ordinary restaurant, but one in which all natural rules of order and gravitation are reversed. The couple above menti... more

A street macaroni restaurant, Naples, Italy

A street macaroni restaurant, Naples, Italy

Four people standing, eating pasta in front of pasta restaurant.

An Havana cafe

An Havana cafe

Four men seated at two tables and five waiters standing, Havana, Cuba.

Shashlychnai︠a︡. Samarkand

Shashlychnai︠a︡. Samarkand

Two men posed at an open-air restaurant.

Shashlychnai︠a︡. Samarkand

Shashlychnai︠a︡. Samarkand

Group of men at open-air restaurant.

Albano, Italy, 1909 or 1910.  T. R. Roosevelt before the restaurant

Albano, Italy, 1909 or 1910. T. R. Roosevelt before the restaurant

Photograph showing Theodore Roosevelt (?), with his back to camera, talking to two men outside the restaurant.

Harvey Isaac's Ice cream parlor & trolley station, Chapman Beach, Conn.

Harvey Isaac's Ice cream parlor & trolley station, Chapman Beach, Conn...

Photograph shows The Shore Line Electric Railway Company, no. 2 streetcar with passengers on board parked next to ice cream parlor with woman standing on porch.

Artists' evening / Geo. Bellows.

Artists' evening / Geo. Bellows.

Interior scene at a French restaurant "Petitpas" showing Robert Henri, John Butler Yeats, and George Bellows, standing in right foreground, engaged in a heated discussion; other patrons, including Marjorie Henr... more

The spirit of war camp community service / Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co. N.Y.

The spirit of war camp community service / Heywood Strasser & Voigt Li...

Poster showing a group of sailors socializing at table after a (Chinese?) meal.

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