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 lithograph of a Jewish man from Russia at prayer. Lithograph printed by Imprimerie Lemercier after a drawing by Vasily Fiodorovitch (Georg Wilhelm) Timm. From Costumes russes, published by Daziaro, Moscow and St. Petersburg.
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.