Color lithograph of Polish Jews in Jaffa, returning from their pilgrimage to Jerusalem. After lithographs by Louis Haghe from drawings by David Roberts. From The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt & Nubia, published London: Day & Son.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of a illustration from "To Gipsyland," by Elizabeth Robins Pennell, with illustrations by Joseph Pennell. Published in the December 1892 edition of The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine.
Black-and-white lithograph of Crimean Karaites in Feodosia (Caffa). Lithograph by Denis Auguste Marie Raffet, printed by Auguste Bry. From Voyage dans la Russie Méridionale & la Crimée par la Hongrie, la Valachie et la Moldavie : exécutée en 1837 by Anatoly Nikolaievich Demidov, published Paris: Gihaut Frères.
Hand-colored lithograph of a merchant from Kaluga with his wife shown in both summer and winter clothes. From Vollständige Völkergallerie in getreuen Abbildungen aller Nationen by Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsche.
Hand-colored engraving of a Jewish woman from Austria. Engraving by William Ellis. From The costume of the hereditary states of the House of Austria by Antoine François Bertrand de Molleville, translated by Robert Charles Dallas, published London: William Miller. The publication depicts the dress of people throughout areas ruled by the House of Austria (House of Habsburg).
Hand-colored engraving of two Jewish men from Austria. Engraving by William Ellis. From The costume of the hereditary states of the House of Austria by Antoine François Bertrand de Molleville, translated by Robert Charles Dallas, published London: William Miller. The publication depicts the dress of people throughout areas ruled by the House of Austria (House of Habsburg).
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of Polish Jews in Russia. The associated article reads : "A sketch by our artist in Russia, or rather on the borders of Russian Poland, shows a two-horse cart of rustic apperance, closely packed with eager merchants of country wares and commodities for the use of the peasantry, one and all belonging to the Hebrew race, who carry on most of the inland trade in those parts of the Czar's dominions. They are travelling to the next market-town, where they will buy and sell to a considerable profit, as the Jews never fail to do in Russia, if in any country in the world." Published in the March 27, 1880, edition of The Illustrated London News.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of Jews from Russia at a peasant market. Illustration by Frederic Remington. From the article "The Russian and his Jew" by Poultney Bigelow, published in the March 1894 edition of Harper's New Monthly Magazine.
Black-and-white engraving of Jews from Poland. From The pictorial family encyclopedia of history, biography and travels : comprising prominent events in the history of the world, biographies of eminent men and interesting accounts of distinguished travelers by John Frost, published Auburn and Buffalo : Miller, Orton & Mulligan.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of Jews from Poland. From a drawing by Francis David Millet. From the article "Through the Caucasus" by Ralph Meeker, published in the April 1887 edition of Harper's New Monthly Magazine.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of Jewish men from Poland. From the article "Poland over-ground and under-ground" by John Ross Browne, published in the November 1862 edition of Harper's New Monthly Magazine.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of Jewish men from Poland. From The home and synagogue of the modern Jew : sketches of modern Jewish life and ceremonies, published London: Religious Tract Society.
Color lithograph of three peasants from Podlasie, of Rusyn origin, seated at a table. Three Polish Jews can be seen in the background. Lithograph by Frédéric-Emile Simon after Jan Nepomucen Lewicki. From Les costumes du peuple polonais : suivis d'une description exacte de ses moeurs, de ses usages et de ses habitudes by Leon Józef Zienkowicz.