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Porter with luggage cart.

Porter

Porter with luggage cart.

Porter with luggage cart.

Porter

Porter with luggage cart.

This is a drawing of a man posing in early 20th century attire. He is dressed in hat, a wide collar jacket, and a ruffled shirt.

Man Posing

This is a drawing of a man posing in early 20th century attire. He is dressed in hat, a wide collar…

An illustration of a potter.

Potter

An illustration of a potter.

An illustration of a Spanish priest.

Spanish Priest

An illustration of a Spanish priest.

An illustration of a prisoner drilling a hole in the wall of his prison cell.

Prisoner Drilling Hole

An illustration of a prisoner drilling a hole in the wall of his prison cell.

Pruning in landscaping and gardening is the practice of removing diseased, non-productive, or otherwise unwanted portions from a plant.

Pruning

Pruning in landscaping and gardening is the practice of removing diseased, non-productive, or otherwise…

Man giving a speech.

Public speaker

Man giving a speech.

A Puritan of 16th and 17th century England was an associate of any number of religious groups advocating for more "purity" of worship and doctrine, as well as personal and group piety. In addition to arming the Puritans to fight against later developments of the Roman Catholic tradition, these studies also led to the rediscovery of some ancient scruples.

A Puritan Soldier

A Puritan of 16th and 17th century England was an associate of any number of religious groups advocating…

The Puritan by St. Gaudens.

The Puritan

The Puritan by St. Gaudens.

A contemporary caricature of Josiah Quincy the first.

Josiah Quincy the First

A contemporary caricature of Josiah Quincy the first.

A man relaxing in his chair.

Relaxing

A man relaxing in his chair.

"Effigy of Robert of Normandy. In Gloucester Cathedral." —D'Anvers, 1895

Robert of Normandy

"Effigy of Robert of Normandy. In Gloucester Cathedral." —D'Anvers, 1895

Man rowing.

Rowing

Man rowing.

Man demonstrating the reach when rowing.

Rowing

Man demonstrating the reach when rowing.

Man demonstrating the recover when rowing.

Rowing

Man demonstrating the recover when rowing.

"Rowing is the propulsion of a boat by oars. The oarsman sits with his face to the stern of the boat, his feet planted flush against his 'stretcher' or footboard, and the handle of the oar in his hands, the loom of the oar resting in the rowlock, the 'button' being inside the thowl-pin. 1, entering the water."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Positions in Rowing

"Rowing is the propulsion of a boat by oars. The oarsman sits with his face to the stern of the boat,…

"He ran down the hill as if he were persued bu the Furies."-Phyllis Bottome, 1917.

Running Man

"He ran down the hill as if he were persued bu the Furies."-Phyllis Bottome, 1917.

A man wearing a life jacket with a line in his hand.

Sailor

A man wearing a life jacket with a line in his hand.

This sculpture by the great artist, Donatello, is of a man dressed in armor holding a shield in front of him. The statue is made of marble and is now located in S. Michele, Florence.

Saint George

This sculpture by the great artist, Donatello, is of a man dressed in armor holding a shield in front…

Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834), an English poet, philosopher, and critic.

Samual Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834), an English poet, philosopher, and critic.

A scrivener (or scribe) was traditionally a person who could read and write. This usually indicated secretarial and administrative duties such as dictation and keeping business, judicial, and history records for kings, nobles, temples, and cities. Scriveners later developed into public servants, accountants, lawyers and petition writers, etc. Scriveners remain a common sight in countries where literacy rates remain low; they read letters for illiterate customers, as well as write letters or fill out forms for a fee. Many now use portable typewriters to prepare letters for their clients.

Scribe

A scrivener (or scribe) was traditionally a person who could read and write. This usually indicated…

This sculpture depicts "Whittington listening to the bells of London".

Sculpture

This sculpture depicts "Whittington listening to the bells of London".

This image depicts a man playing guitar.

Serenade

This image depicts a man playing guitar.

A tennis player serving the ball in to play.

Serving

A tennis player serving the ball in to play.

Carl Shurz's reforms to the Indian Bureau.

Shurz's Reforms to the Indian Bureau

Carl Shurz's reforms to the Indian Bureau.

The Florentine Singer playing an old guitar.

The Florentine Singer

The Florentine Singer playing an old guitar.

Sir Thomas More, after Holbein.

Sir Thomas More

Sir Thomas More, after Holbein.

Man on rollers, sitting.

Sitting

Man on rollers, sitting.

"If sitting the elbows are supported by the knees." — Moss, 1914

Sitting

"If sitting the elbows are supported by the knees." — Moss, 1914

Man skate sailing.

Skate sailing

Man skate sailing.

A man using a slingshot, presumably David from the Biblical story of David and Goliath.

Slingshot

A man using a slingshot, presumably David from the Biblical story of David and Goliath.

A man struggling through a pond while carrying the Bible.

In the Slough of Despond

A man struggling through a pond while carrying the Bible.

A man carrying firewood and dog walking leaving footprints in the snow. A cottage is seen in the distance. Bare winter trees are along the way.

Walking Through Snow

A man carrying firewood and dog walking leaving footprints in the snow. A cottage is seen in the distance.…

An illustration of a soldier charging through an abatis. Abatis, abattis, or abbattis (a French word meaning a heap of material thrown) is a term in field fortification for an obstacle formed of the branches of trees laid in a row, with the sharpened tops directed outwards, towards the enemy.

Soldier

An illustration of a soldier charging through an abatis. Abatis, abattis, or abbattis (a French word…

A Moorish soldier

Soldier

A Moorish soldier

An illustration of a soldier leading a charge on a horse.

Soldier Leading a Charge

An illustration of a soldier leading a charge on a horse.

An illustration of a soldier sitting on a horse.

Soldier on Horse

An illustration of a soldier sitting on a horse.

An illustration of a soldier riding a horse.

Soldier on Horse

An illustration of a soldier riding a horse.

An illustration of a soldier leaning on a mace. A mace is a simple weapon that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows.

Soldier with Mace

An illustration of a soldier leaning on a mace. A mace is a simple weapon that uses a heavy head on…

Picture of a typical French Soldier ready for battle.

French Soldier

Picture of a typical French Soldier ready for battle.

Spanish soldier

Spanish Soldier

Spanish soldier

A man walking over a field and sowing seeds.

Sower

A man walking over a field and sowing seeds.

A man spreading seeds.

Sower

A man spreading seeds.

In feudal or medieval times a squire was a man-at-arms in the service of a knight, often as his apprentice. In later centuries, the term's meaning shifted. Squires are often known in current day as wealthy landowning people in rural England.

Squire

In feudal or medieval times a squire was a man-at-arms in the service of a knight, often as his apprentice.…

An illustration of squire of a Knight of the Bath at the crowing of Charles II.

Squire of a Knight of the Bath

An illustration of squire of a Knight of the Bath at the crowing of Charles II.

This is a man standing wearing a coat and hat.

Man Standing

This is a man standing wearing a coat and hat.

This statue is of Saer de Quincy. He was one of the leaders of the baronial rebellion against King John of England.

Statue

This statue is of Saer de Quincy. He was one of the leaders of the baronial rebellion against King John…

A boy studying at a desk.

Studying

A boy studying at a desk.

"Tapping with his Fingertips on the Window-Pane."

Tapping

"Tapping with his Fingertips on the Window-Pane."

A man operating an electro-magnetic telegraph.

Telegraph

A man operating an electro-magnetic telegraph.

An early form of the telephone.

Telephone

An early form of the telephone.

Man demonstrating the underhand serve.

Tennis

Man demonstrating the underhand serve.

Man demonstrating the overhand serve.

Tennis

Man demonstrating the overhand serve.

Man demonstrating the foreward overhand stroke.

Tennis

Man demonstrating the foreward overhand stroke.

Man demonstrating the foreward underhand stroke.

Tennis

Man demonstrating the foreward underhand stroke.

A tennis player.

Tennis player

A tennis player.

A figure skater demonstrating "the loop".

The loop

A figure skater demonstrating "the loop".

A figure skater executing a figure "s" maneuver.

The Serpentine

A figure skater executing a figure "s" maneuver.

A thief or burglar climbing out of a house.

Thief

A thief or burglar climbing out of a house.