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Topic: way

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A new deceptio visus, or a guinea for a shilling. Being a curious medley, by way of letter

A new deceptio visus, or a guinea for a shilling. Being a curious medl...

Composite of images and verses to form a greeting card, folded for mailing as advertisement for Bickham's engravings.

The way to keep him as perform'd at the Richmond Theatre &c. Act V

The way to keep him as perform'd at the Richmond Theatre &c. Act V

"Lovemore (Lord Derby) stands between Mrs. Lovemore (Mrs. Damer), who holds his right arm, and the Widow Belmour (the fat Mrs. Hobart)..." (Source: George)

The way to keep him, or the female flagellants attacking the platonic hero at the Richmond Theatre / designed by Whim ; exectued by Satire.

The way to keep him, or the female flagellants attacking the platonic ...

Print shows a smiling man, "platonic love", on one knee as three women beat him with whips made of bulrushes(?); on the wall in the background are two portraits, "The Maid of Drury" and "The Maid of the Oaks." ... more

Papa reads this way

Papa reads this way

Girl lying on sofa and looking at newspaper.

An analysis of country dancing: wherein are displayed all the figures ever used in country dances, in a way so easy and familiar, that persons of the meanest capacity may in a short time acquire (without the aid of a master) a complete knowledge of that rational and polite amusement. To which are added, instructions for dancing some entire new reels; together with the rules, regulations, and complete etiquette of the ball room.

An analysis of country dancing: wherein are displayed all the figures ...

This is the first of several books published by Wilson on the subject of English country dancing. Performed as a series of figures by a column of men facing a column of women, the English country dance was one ... more

Washington's reception on the bridge at Trenton in 1789 on his way to be inaugurated 1st pres[iden]t of the U.S. / Engraved by T. Kelley.

Washington's reception on the bridge at Trenton in 1789 on his way to ...

Print shows Washington and soldiers passing through a garlanded canopy labeled "The hero who defended the mothers will protect the daughters" as girls and young women toss flowers in their path.

On the way to Araby!

On the way to Araby!

Satire on the Jackson administration's continuing battle against the Bank of the United States. The print was specifically occasioned by the re-chartering of the Bank by the Whig-controlled Pennsylvania Legisla... more

The way they travel in the West

The way they travel in the West

Man in a small boat being pulled by two sea urchins.

Marion's brigade crossing the Pedee River, S.C.. 1778. On their way to attack the British force under Tarleton

Marion's brigade crossing the Pedee River, S.C.. 1778. On their way to...

Image shows Francis Marion "the Swamp Fox" and his band of men in boats preparing to cross the Pee Dee River.

The nearest way in summer time

The nearest way in summer time

Print after 1854 painting by Thomas Creswick shows a horse-drawn cart carrying logs and fording a creek.

Appian Way / Jno. G. Chapman, fect. Roma.

Appian Way / Jno. G. Chapman, fect. Roma.

Print shows a stone house and ruins along the Appian Way.

Map of the Philadelphia & Baltimore Rail Road as located by W. Strickland & B. H. Latrobe, Esqrs., civ. engineers. Showing also the present route by steamboat & the N. Castle R. Road, & that proposed to be constructed by way of Oxford & Port-Deposit.

Map of the Philadelphia & Baltimore Rail Road as located by W. Strickl...

Map of an area between Philadelphia and Baltimore showing drainage, cities and towns, post roads, and boundaries. Chartered in Maryland in May, 1852. [From published bibliography].

The Fireman. No. 4, At a fire. What boys may expect when they get in Firemen's way

The Fireman. No. 4, At a fire. What boys may expect when they get in F...

Print shows a fireman standing in the street, holding a water hose, which he uses to squirt a young boy who has gotten too close to the action.

The great expedition, [...] on the way to Port Royal Inlet / sketched at noon on 31st October, 1861, from the deck of the steamer "Matanzas."  The bombardment of Forts Walker and Beauregard, Port Royal Inlet, South Carolina, November 7, 1861 / sketched by our special artist on board the "Mercury."

The great expedition, [...] on the way to Port Royal Inlet / sketched ...

Two panoramic views showing Union ships on way to Beaufort, South Carolina and bombardment of forts in Beaufort.

War views -- Army of the Potomac -- the way they cook dinner in camp

War views -- Army of the Potomac -- the way they cook dinner in camp

Photograph shows five Union soldiers, including one African American soldier, sitting and eating in front of tents.

Southern Planter: "Pomp, you Rascal! do you see any of those cursed Yankee ships coming this way?" / J.M.[?]

Southern Planter: "Pomp, you Rascal! do you see any of those cursed Ya...

Print shows a frightened Southern plantation owner asking one of his slaves if he has seen any Yankee ships, the slave tells his master that he is too frightened to see anything since he was told the Yankees wo... more

View on B'way

View on B'way

Busy street scene on Broadway, New York City.

The Army of the Potomac - at and on the way to Fredericksburg

The Army of the Potomac - at and on the way to Fredericksburg

Composite of scenes showing Warrenton Junction, Va.; Calett Station, Va.; and railroad bridge over Cedar Run.

The war in Virginia - farmers' families on their way to the Union commissaries for food
John Brown. Meeting the slave-mother and her child on the steps of Charlestown jail on his way to execution

John Brown. Meeting the slave-mother and her child on the steps of Cha...

Issued in the North during the Civil War, the melodramatic portrayal of an apocryphal incident from the life of John Brown must have had unmistakable propagandistic overtones. In actuality a violent antislavery... more

Comrades will all remember how we made a rush for the old well to fill our canteens, when on the march. This is the way it was

Comrades will all remember how we made a rush for the old well to fill...

Stereograph showing soldiers lining up to fill their canteens at a well, which is protected by canvas, near Fredericksburg, Virginia. A group of African Americans seated on horses or on the ground, wait nearby.

These died, that our Nation might live. We were driven from this field (Wilderness) before we could gather our wounded or bury our dead. This is the way we found the field covered when we returned some months later

These died, that our Nation might live. We were driven from this field...

Stereograph showing skeletal remains and soldiers' uniforms on the battlefield of Gaines' Mill near Cold Harbor, Virginia, in April,1865.

Comanche Indians on the way to the Great Council on Medicine Lodge Creek, Monday, Oct. 16

Comanche Indians on the way to the Great Council on Medicine Lodge Cre...

Indians on horseback with Comanche supply wagon in rear of the train, followed by Colonel Smoot's outfit.

Getting under way

Getting under way

Riverboat ROBERT E. LEE, with crowd in foregrd.

Map showing the economic minerals along the route of the Chesapeake & Ohio Rail Way to accompany the geological report of Thomas S. Ridgway.

Map showing the economic minerals along the route of the Chesapeake & ...

Covers area from Richmond, Va., to the Ohio River along the route of the railroad and shows the geological sections in which minerals are found. Consolidated from the Virginia Central and Covington and Ohio Rai... more

Way down upon the Swanee Ribber

Way down upon the Swanee Ribber

Old African American, holding fiddle, dreams of sentimental scene of women dancing to banjo and man fishing; 5-cent sheet music for the Stephen Foster song is lying at his feet.

In a strange land - asking the way

In a strange land - asking the way

Mennonite group from Odessa, Russia, bound for Nebraska or Dakota.

"Halt!" "This is not the way 'to repress corruption and to initiate the Negroes into the ways of honest and orderly government.'" / Th. Nast.

"Halt!" "This is not the way 'to repress corruption and to initiate th...

Illustration related to the story "Louisiana and the rule of terror. A female figure of Justice swinging sword of Law into ranks of White Men's League, who are standing on body of African American man.

On the way to new diggings - halt in a roug[h] [p]ass of the Rocky Mountains / Meaton(?), sc. ; Frenzeny & Tavernier.

On the way to new diggings - halt in a roug[h] [p]ass of the Rocky Mou...

Miners stopped on rough pass of the Rocky Mountains.

America for the Red Man. The most practical way of solving the Indian question / / Th. Nast.  Father Winter placing obstructions on the track / Bellew

America for the Red Man. The most practical way of solving the Indian ...

One illustration, on page with advertisements, showing Indian pointing to dock with sign "steamers for Europe" with crowds of people departing. Another illustration showing man carrying North Pole.

Two campaign hustlers from way back, Booze & Boodle

Two campaign hustlers from way back, Booze & Boodle

Anthropomorphized liquor bottle and money bag.

A way out of President Arthur's dilemma / Gillam.

A way out of President Arthur's dilemma / Gillam.

Print shows Ulysses S. Grant recommending to President Chester A. Arthur some "friends" of his as political appointees; all the men shown were involved in scandals during Grant's administration.

A new way of "waking" the Democratic shaughraun / Gillam.

A new way of "waking" the Democratic shaughraun / Gillam.

Print shows a small, rustic room crowded with members of the Democratic Party, some dressed as old women, others drinking and smoking clay pipes; one man, the "Shaughraun" labeled "Democratic Party" is lying on... more

The opium-joint of the Republican "irreconcilables" -- a cheap way of being happy / Zimmerman.

The opium-joint of the Republican "irreconcilables" -- a cheap way of ...

Illustration shows a scene in an opium den labeled "Bloody Shirt Joint - Blaine & Reid Managers" with James G. Blaine passing out pipes labeled "Tribune Editorials, Blaine's Augusta Speech, Blaine Speeches, [an... more