Black-and-white photogravure of the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Photogravure by Goupil & Cie after a painting by Jean Léon Gérôme. From Gérôme, a collection of the works of J. L. Gérôme in one hundred photogravures, Volume 2, edited by Edward Strahan, published New York: Samuel L. Hall.
Black-and-white engraving of the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Engraving by Goupil & Cie after a painting by Jean Léon Gérôme. From The masterpieces of French art illustrated : being a biographical history of art in France, from the earliest period to and including the Salon of 1882, Volume 1, by Louis Viardot, published Philadelphia: Gebbie & Co.
Caricature by Bernhard Gillam published in Puck. The caricature depicts William Walter Phelps, Murat Halstead, and Joseph Medill standing at the "Solomon's Wall" of Blainiac Republicans (referring to James Gillespie Blaine), which is labeled with the words "party patronage." William M. Evarts is shown approaching the wall. In German, the text reads : "Die Juden von Jerusalem versammeln sich noch heutzutage an der sog. 'Salomon’s Mauer' der Tempel-Ruinen und wehklagen über die verschwundene Herrlichkeit Israel’s." In English, the text reads : "The Jews of Jerusalem gather even today in front of what is called "Salomon's Wall" (Western Wall) of the Temple ruins and lament the vanished glory of Israel."
Black-and-white lithograph of the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Lithograph by Thomas Picken after Ermete Pierotti. Printed by Day & Son. From Jerusalem explored, being a description of the ancient and modern city, Volume 2, by Ermete Pierotti, published Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, and Co.; London: Bell and Daldy.