Hand-colored engraving of a Jewish man from Austria. From Picturesque representations of the dress and manners of the Austrians by William Alexander. Published London: Printed for J. Murray by W. Bulmer and co. The publication depicts the dress of people throughout areas ruled by the House of Austria (House of Habsburg). The associated plate description identifies this man as a "Jew of Montgatz, in his summer dress."
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the exterior of the former 34th Street location of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in New York. Published in the June 16, 1866, edition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Black-and-white engraving illustrating the proscription against eating pigs, as described in Leviticus 11:7. Engraving by Martin Tyroff. From Kupfer-Bibel, in welcher die Physica Sacra, oder geheiligte Natur-Wissenschafft derer in Heil. Schrifft vorkommenden Natürlichen Sachen by Johann Jakob Scheuchzer published Augsburg and Ulm: Christian Ulrich Wagner, 1731-1735.
Black-and-white engraving illustrating the Pharisees as a brood of vipers, as described in Matthew 3:7. Engraving by Johann Georg Pintz. From Kupfer-Bibel, in welcher die Physica Sacra, oder geheiligte Natur-Wissenschafft derer in Heil. Schrifft vorkommenden Natürlichen Sachen by Johann Jakob Scheuchzer published Augsburg and Ulm: Christian Ulrich Wagner, 1731-1735.
Black-and-white etched satire on attitudes toward vaccination. Edward Jenner, pioneer of the smallpox vaccine, is portrayed as a Jew. He holds a syringe labelled "Kuhpocken" (cowpox) and "Humanität" (humanity). Next to him sits a Jewish elder who has one foot on a money bag. Another Jew reads from a document labeled "Für Die Juden" (for the Jews), handed to him on a cushion embroidered with a Star of David by a non-Jewish man astride a sow. He is followed by a rabbi praying and another Jew. At left, a non-Jewish woman holds the sow's rope in one hand and, in the other, a paper labeled "Freiden Mädchen - Berliner Blätter" (prostitute - Berlin Gazette). The etching indicates that the publication of Jenner's work is a Jewish conspiracy.
Black-and-white illustration of the entrance to the former location of Temple Beth-El in New York. Heliotype Printing Co., Boston. Published in no. 352 of the American Architect and Building News on April 23, 1892.
Black-and-white engraving of the Tombs of the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem. After a drawing by Luigi Mayer. From A series of twenty-four views illustrative of the Holy Scriptures, published London: R. Bowyer & M. Parkes.
Caricature. In German, the text reads : --"Gott - Schmul - bist de aach gelade zum reichen Salomon - und hast nich emal e reines Hemd an?" --"Du ja auch nich - !" --"Weßt De was, zieh Du mein Hemd an - und ich Dains, so haben wir doch Baide die Wäsche gewechselt!" In English, the text reads : --"Oh, God - Schmul - you're also invited to rich Salomon's -- and don't even have a clean shirt on?" --"You don't either - !" --"You know what, you put my shirt on - and I'll put on yours, that way it'll look like we both just mixed up the laundry!"
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