These tobacco cards are from the Emergence
of Advertising in America: 1850-1920 from Duke University.
in America 1875-1923
The Siamese Twins poster is from the Poster and Lobby cards section and Ruth
St. Denis is from the Photographs section.
Ruth St. Denis (1912)
World War I
and II Posters
This is a huge collection from the University of Minnesota Librarie.
WSS War Poster
Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection
Bosch figures are magnificent! I wonder how much they cost?
Helmeted Bird Monster From
The Garden of Earthly Delights (1516)
Felix Mas (Neurastenia)
Galaxy Girls NYC
A Galaxy Girl
Heritage Scrapbooks (Scout)
Walker Smith image
"Welcome to this special exhibit of books that have been the objects of
censorship or censorship attempts. The books featured here, ranging from
Ulysses to Little Red Riding Hood."
John Evans Slide Show
John Evans created a collage a day for 37 years from scraps of paper,
posters, etc. that he found on the streets of NYC.
A day in the life of John Evans
CherryVega's Gothic Lolita photos (kottke)
I posted an
article about the elegant Gothic Lolitas of Tokyo about a year ago.
These pictures were taken in Tokyo by CherryVega in the Summer of 2004.
An "Elegant Gothic Lolita"
Kimina works in Kyoto as a
These hand-colored lithographs from the Museum of the City of New York are
great. This is a great online museum!
First Republican Presidential
Campaign Lithograph (c) (1856)
The "Lightning Express" Trains: "Leaving the Junction" Frances F. Palmer
Yang Ming-Yi Chinese
Autumn Enveloping a House by the River (1975)
Zhenghua Wang Oil
Life of the
"Realist Prints and Drawings from the Ben and Beatrice Goldstein Collection,
1912-1948 (LOC Exhibition)."
Boss of the Block (1939)
The Art of Yihang Pan
Extravagant Crowd - Carl
Van Vechten's Portraits of Women (Life)
Jessica Tandy as Blanche DuBois
From A Streetcar Named Desire (1949)
Lena Horne (1941)
Hung Liu Artwork (Neurastenia)
The Last Empress (1988)
Inuit Art From Cybermuse
Lucy Qinnuayuak 1982
Louis Agassiz Fuertes
"The nation's most notable ornithological painter since Audubon." There are
over 2,500 illustrations in this Cornell Library database.
Indian in ceremonial dress 1902
National Academy Museum and School
of Fine Arts
The Birth of Our Flag
By Henry Peters Gray 1874
Reginald Marsh -
High Yaller 1932
This site has some large scans of Shoen Uemura's excellent prints
Caratulas de Josef von Sternberg (Penny Dreadful)
El angel azul 1930
from Milwaukee (Scout)
Postcards from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
They gave me the glad hand in Milwaukee
Vintage Luggage Labels (Neurastenia)
The Grand Hotel
From the San Francisco Public Library.
Lost in the Joy Zone Again
Chinese Central Asia Art
Standing Bodhisattva Banner
9th Century China
David Hohn Illustration
The Snow Queen
From Night Levels of Lao Li
Pages and pages of images about visions of the future.
This robot man has a mustache! (1939)
Irvin Penn (Neurastenia)
New Guinea (1970)
Center for the Study of
Political Graphics (UI)
Health and Safety
Asakusa Postcard (1920)
Women: Clothing and Dress
These are from the wonderful Picture Collection Online of the NY Public Library. You could
spend weeks looking at the scans on this site.
Color Study (1901)
Georges de Feure
Woman in Masquerade (1892)
No Water, No Moon (2004)
Built like a Woman by Sandra Broman
Art also by Richard Baxter.
Chinami Nakajima (Cipango)
May The Japanese Iris
Zhong Biao (Burp)
The Georgian Museum of Photography
This site includes 19th Century daguerreotypes to modern Georgian
Women in Greek Myths (Plep)
The Pearls of Aphrodite
by Herbert Draper