A traveler, specifically one who journeys to some place esteemed sacred, either as a penance or in order…
A Tripolitan pirate from the War with Tripoli.
An illustration of a pirate sitting on a barrel eating a slice of pie.
Plowing is the initial cultivation of soil in preparation for sowing seed or planting. Pictured is a…
With a chisel and mallet a sculptor could strike thirty blows a minute; with the new pneumatic chisel…
Such a hammer will deliver a blow at every stroke of the piston-rod, and with sufficient air-pressure…
It consists of a steam cylinder and piston and its rod, and to the rod is firmly secured a steel rock-drill.…
A man sitting down checking the time on his pocket watch.
This is a print that appeared in Tennyson's Poems 1857 edition. Alfred Tennyson was a famous English…
An illustration of a Savannah, Georgia sergeant of police.
A politician animatedly speaking to a crowd.
Porter with luggage cart.
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…
An illustration of a potter.
An illustration of a Spanish priest.
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…
Man giving a speech.
A Puritan of 16th and 17th century England was an associate of any number of religious groups advocating…
The Puritan by St. Gaudens.
Costume of a quaker from Pennsylvania.
The costume of a Quaker
A contemporary caricature of Josiah Quincy the first.
A man relaxing in his chair.
"Effigy of Robert of Normandy. In Gloucester Cathedral." —D'Anvers, 1895
Man demonstrating the reach when 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,…
"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.
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.
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".
This image depicts a man playing guitar.
A tennis player serving the ball in to play.
Carl Shurz's reforms to the Indian Bureau.
The Florentine Singer playing an old guitar.
Sir Thomas More, after Holbein.
Man on rollers, sitting.
"If sitting the elbows are supported by the knees." — Moss, 1914
Man skate sailing.
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.
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…
A Moorish soldier
An illustration of a soldier leading a charge on a horse.
An illustration of a soldier sitting on a 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…
Picture of a typical French Soldier ready for battle.
A man walking over a field and sowing seeds.
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.…
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.