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Rustam as a child kills an enraged white elephant.

Virgin and Child; Flagellation

Miniature of Virgin and Child, with diapered background. Large initial, border design. French text.

Opening of section of prayers in French, "Doulce dame de misericorde." Miniature of the Virgin and Child enthroned.

The Virgin and Child with St. Ann

The Virgin and Child

Sixth vision: an angel shows John the great harlot; John, depicted as if a small child carried by the angel, sees the bedizened harlot mounted on the beast with seven heads and ten horns. (Apoc. 17:1-4)

Miniature of Virgin and Child [Flight into Egypt?], large initial on gold, linefiller, full border design.

Text with placemarkers and rubric; half-page miniature showing the child Moses and the pharoah.

Miniature of Virgin and Child, opening of French text.

The thieving child and his mother [cont.].

Hermes and the traveler [cont.]; The thieving child and his mother.

The thieving child and his mother [end]; The shepherd and the sea.

Portrait of praying owners, with coat of arms displayed on the altar cloth; image of the giant St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child across the river.

Opening of main text. Initial with illumination (Virgin and Child), full border with angel figures. Rubrics, small initials, placemarkers.

69 CE: Vespasian's soldiers urge him to seize the crown from the emperor Vitellius. Use of this illustration of a mother and child may be intended as a metaphor for the soldiers' devotion and support.

Madonna and Child being Crowned by Two Angels

Madonna and Child in a Landscape

Opening of text with elaborate border. Border includes kneeling Dominican nun, the book's patron, before the Virgin and Child, with Sts.George and John the Evangelist; erased plaque in the upper margin may have held the nun's name.

Opening of text with elaborate border. Border includes kneeling Dominican nun, the book's patron, before the Virgin and Child, with Sts.George and John the Evangelist; erased plaque in the upper margin may have held the nun's name.

Miniature of Virgin and Child.

The Virgin and Child in a Courtyard

The Virgin and Child at the Foot of a Tree

Ornamental Design with Foliage Supported by a Seated Child

Leda with the Swan and Hercules as a Child

The Virgin and Child on a Cresent Moon

The Virgin and Child Adored by an Abbot

Woman Swearing a Child to a grave Citizen

A child seated, blowing bubbles

Opening of main text, initial with Annunciation, small initial, rubrics and border design with two roundels containing portrait of Virgin and Child, and "Yhs".

Miniature of Virgin and Child enthroned and opening of French text.

Habit of a Samoyede woman and child subject to Russia in 1768. Femme Samoyèd.

Half-length portrait of a woman, with a child holding an apple.

Mrs. Arnold and child

Yubi-sashi] = [Child pointing]

Singing Angel. 'Bring the child...' (Eliza, Willow-Grove, August 7th, 1795).

Truly, darling, child, receive; ...' (Madonna del Altana)

Woman Swearing a Child to a grave Citizen

[Women , or women with a child carry bundles of flowers or grain.]]

Young woman and small children gather near sleeping older woman holding a bundle. Child reads to an elderly woman. Young children play with string, basket.

Woman with a bucket. Woman and child haul fruit in a basket. Woman and child sort fruit from a basket. Woman standing with large basket of fruit. Woman moving a bucket. Child pulling a sledge, mother holding a baby.

[Marketplace scenes. Women gather around a basket of fruit on a table. Women hold a tray of fruit. A family group talks, rests, a mother feeds her child.]]

Child dancers

Child dancers

Child dancers

Child dancers

Child dancers

Illustration of a French parlor in which a small black child is riding on the back of the Duke of Orleans while three women look on.

Selling a mother from her child.

Beautiful Scene of Head Work as viewed in Nassau by a gentleman and Lady [Woman combs insect from a child's head.]

Beautiful Scene of Head Work as viewed in Nassau by a gentleman and Lady [Woman combs insect from a child's head.]

[A seated man; Two figures and a sheep; Mother and child; Three figures, half length.]

[Mother and child.]

Six half length studies of various figures, male and female, and a child, the fourth dated 1400, and the fifth and sixth described Venice, and dated 1200.

Mother and child; Head of a man wearing a cap; A clergyman.

The child Christ ("Christ Engel") a bas relief in white marble by Rietschel of Dresden.

[A child on a burro.]

Indians of Santa Catarina, woman and child.

[View of a child with a shovel standing behind a tunnel of snow in front of a house.]

Indian mother and child.

The back robe of an Indian child.

Mrs. Lo and child, she in European dress, baby on cradle board.

The back robe of an Indian child.

Indian mother and child.

[Portrait of a group of men and women (one with a child on her lap) sitting in chairs on a lawn.]

Centennial decorations - Wall Street, N.Y.[Man, woman and child in foreground].

[A child on a burro.]

[View of men and a child in a yard with a wood carving of a woman holding a pole topped with a weathervane.]

Child's Head Bend.

Centennial decorations - Wall Street, N.Y.[Man, woman and child in foreground].

[Portrait of a group of men and women (one with a child on her lap) sitting in chairs on a lawn.]

Child's Head Bend.

Mrs. Lo and child, she in European dress, baby on cradle board.

[View of men and a child in a yard with a wood carving of a woman holding a pole topped with a weathervane.]

[A main and child in flat bottomed boat.]

[View of a child with a shovel standing behind a tunnel of snow in front of a house.]

[A main and child in flat bottomed boat.]

Child, [Lydia Maria Francis], ALS to. Nov. 23, 1859.

Child, [Lydia Maria Francis], ALS to. Nov. 23, 1859.

Child, [Lydia Maria Francis], ALS to. Nov. 23, 1859.

Nursemaid and child [1].

Child, [Lydia Maria Francis], ALS to. Nov. 23, 1859.

Nursemaid and child [2].

[View of a couple and a child in front of their home.]

[View of a couple and a child in front of their home.]

Bushwoman and Child

Heads of Africans in the Lake District. 1. Mganga, or Medicine-man, 2. The Porter, 3. The Guide, 4. Minuya Kidogo, 5. Mother and Child.

Redeemed in Virginia by Catherine S. Lawrence. Baptized in Brooklyn….by Henry Ward Beecher, May, 1863. Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, a Redeemed Slave Child, 5 years of age.

Mrs. Kate L. Cook. [Mother and child in the lawn.]

Mrs. Kate L. Cook. [Mother and child in the lawn.]

Unidentified child

Unidentified child

Little Bo Peep. [Group of men and women seated outside, child peeking out of a barrel in the foreground.]

Little Bo Peep. [Group of men and women seated outside, child peeking out of a barrel in the foreground.]

Little Bo-Peep. [Group of men and women seated outside, child peeking out of a barrel in the foreground.]

Happy little nig. [Woman and a small child in a cabin doorway.]

Happy little nig. [Woman and a small child in a cabin doorway.]

Happy little nig. [Woman and a small child in a cabin doorway.]

Happy little nig. [Woman and a small child in a cabin doorway.]

Boo-Peep. [Group of men and women seated outside, child peeking out of a barrel in the foreground.]