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Katsugi no futari no onna

Katsugi no futari no onna

Title and other descriptive information compiled by Nichibunken-sponsored Edo print specialists in 2005-2006. Format: Nishikie Surimono. Forms part of: Japanese prints and drawings (Library of Congress).

[Woman assisted by man as she mounts or dismounts a donkey in Alexandria, Egypt]

[Woman assisted by man as she mounts or dismounts a donkey in Alexandr...

Title devised by library staff. On verso: Africa. Natives. Egypt, Alexandria. Woman on back of donkey. Possibly taken by Tancrède R. Dumas.

[Eagle lifting veil from cameo of Empress Carlota and Emperor Maximilian]

[Eagle lifting veil from cameo of Empress Carlota and Emperor Maximili...

Title devised by Library staff. In album: Portraits of rulers, politicians ... relating to the reign of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico, p. 5, upper right. On recto: A. Peraire foto. On verso: Ay... Peraire foto ... Mexico.

Tipy narodnostei turkestanskago kraia. Tadzhichki. Nusret-ai

Tipy narodnostei turkestanskago kraia. Tadzhichki. Nusret-ai

Photograph shows a head-and-shoulders portrait of a Tajik woman wearing a veil. Illus. in: Turkestanskii al'bom, chast' ėtnograficheskaia, 1871-1872, part 2, vol. 1, p. 16. Title from item.

Zhenskiia ukrasheniia i odezhda sredneaziiatok. Kamzol nakinutryi na golovu (sar-giriak)

Zhenskiia ukrasheniia i odezhda sredneaziiatok. Kamzol nakinutryi na g...

Photograph shows two women wearing different styles of long veils. One's face is completely covered by the veil; the other woman's veil frames her face. Title from item. Illus. in: Turkestanskīĭ alʹbom, chastʹ ... more

Alexandrie. Ejiptiéne / Dumas Ph.

Alexandrie. Ejiptiéne / Dumas Ph.

Egyptian woman, half-length portrait, facing left, wearing a veil. Title from item. No. 2088. No. 586. On verso: Africa. Natives. Egypt, Alexandria.

Felah Por-Sait / Dumas Ph.

Felah Por-Sait / Dumas Ph.

Egyptian woman, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front, wearing a veil. Title from item. No. 580. No. 2176. On verso: Africa. Natives. Egypt, Port Said. Young woman.

Woman with veil, fur collar and muff

Woman with veil, fur collar and muff

12874 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 devised by Library staff or Junior Fellows, 2... more

Where Modesty is Compulsory. Turkish influence can be seen on every hand through out the Balkans. Perhaps the most visible evidence is the dress of the women. This shows a group of Mohammedan wives with gowns and veils prescribed by their religion. The veil must never be removed in public. These women were photographed on their way from their mountain homes into Salonica to obtain relief supplies from the American Red Cross. Mohammedan and Christian war sufferers shared alike in the distribution of Red Cross food, clothing and medicines throughout the Near East

Where Modesty is Compulsory. Turkish influence can be seen on every ha...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Paris Office. Group title: Turkey. On caption card: (12/1144) Used in: Underwood ... more

Hundreds of Turkish women have discarded their veils and now appear on the streets dressed as their sisters in the western world This picture shows a number of the wealthiest women in Constantinople who have offered their services to the American Red Cross in helping to care for Russian refugees. The young lady on the left, wearing the striped shawl, is the daughter of the Khedive of Egypt and is considered on[e] of the beauties of Constantinople.

Hundreds of Turkish women have discarded their veils and now appear on...

Filed in: Turkey General. Title from item. No. RC-2164. On mount: Turkey. Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

[Women wearing brief costumes, holding veils, with feathers in her hair]

[Women wearing brief costumes, holding veils, with feathers in her hai...

33245 U.S. Copyright Office Created and "copyright 1899 Courier Litho. Co., Buffalo, N.Y." No. 588. Title devised. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

[Women wearing brief costumes, holding veils, with feathers in her hair]

[Women wearing brief costumes, holding veils, with feathers in her hai...

33245 U.S. Copyright Office Created and "copyright 1899 Courier Litho. Co., Buffalo, N.Y." No. 588. Title devised. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

[Women wearing brief costumes, holding veils, with feathers in her hair]

[Women wearing brief costumes, holding veils, with feathers in her hai...

33245 U.S. Copyright Office Created and "copyright 1899 Courier Litho. Co., Buffalo, N.Y." No. 588. Title devised. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

[Portrait of Judith Anderson draped as a nun(?) in veils, in "Family portrait"]

[Portrait of Judith Anderson draped as a nun(?) in veils, in "Family p...

Title derived from information on verso of photographic print. Van Vechten number: XX O 7. Also available on microfilm. Gift; Carl Van Vechten Estate; 1966. Forms part of: Portrait photographs of celebrities, a... more

[Portrait of Judith Anderson draped as a nun(?) in veils, in "Family portrait"]

[Portrait of Judith Anderson draped as a nun(?) in veils, in "Family p...

Title derived from information on verso of photographic print. Van Vechten number: XX O 7. Also available on microfilm. Gift; Carl Van Vechten Estate; 1966. Forms part of: Portrait photographs of celebrities, a... more

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