Pencil sketches and one watercolor, by Charleston-born architect William Martin Aiken. Includes images of grand houses (exterior and interior) with architectural details, gates and doors, sailing vessels and flora. Charleston, Savannah, Rhode Island, and England.
Pencil sketches by Charleston-born architect William Martin Aiken. Mainly Aiken's copies of fellow student's work, drawn while travelling in Europe (primarily France and Italy). Initials of original artist are often provided.
Caricature by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler published in the February 22, 1882, edition of Puck. The caption reads : "Puck's proposition to make the nations happy all around." Under Quotations: "England - Jews in demand." The caricature depicts Queen Victoria taking two Jews under her arms.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the exterior of the Synagogue de Nazareth, located on the Rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth, in Paris. From Paris à travers les siècles : Histoire nationale de Paris et des Parisiens depuis la fondation de Lutèce jusq'à nos jours, Volume 5, by Henri Gourdon de Genouillac.
Caricature depicting a Jewish man called "Monowski" working as a peddler after two years in the United States. This card is the second of a set of four trade cards from the series "Our New Citizens" published by Geo.Topp.
Black-and-white wood engraving depicting the Jewish Quarter in Safed. Engraving after a drawing by Henry Fenn. From La Terre Sainte : son histoire, ses souvenirs, ses sites, ses monuments by Victor Guérin, published Paris: E. Plon.
Color lithograph depicting the vestments of Jewish priests and high priests. Lithograph by Albert Kretschmer. From The costumes of all nations from the earlies times to the nineteenth century : exhibiting the dresses and habits of all classes, regal, ecclesiastical, noble, military, judicial, and civil by Albert Kretschmer and Carl Rohrbach, published London: Henry Sotheran & Co.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction depicting one of several tableaux presented by the Young Men's Hebrew Association at the Academy of Music in New York on the occasion of Hanukkah. Published in the January 1882 edition of Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine.