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Legati Regis Ballagatte in urbe Goa comitatus = Die staet des Ambassateurs van den Coninck van Ballagatte binnen Goa.

Closed green palanquin with umbrella, male passenger, four bearers in red robes, and one attendant

Closed green palanquin with umbrella, male passenger, four bearers in red robes, and one attendant

Open litter with male passenger, umbrella, four bearers, and two attendants

Open litter with male passenger, umbrella, four bearers, and two attendants

[Women, some with umbrellas, in the yard and on the balcony of a cottage.]

[People on the beach in front of the Plank Walk, some with umbrellas.]

[People on the beach in front of the Plank Walk, some with umbrellas.]

[Group on a beach, some with umbrellas.]

Lewistown Station.

[Women, some with umbrellas, in the yard and on the balcony of a cottage.]

[Group on a beach, some with umbrellas.]

Penn Square Lanc. Pa.

Penn Square Lanc. Pa.

[Group on a beach, some with umbrellas.]

[Group on a beach, some with umbrellas.]

Lewistown Station.

Le Follet

[Sculpture] "Out in the rain."

[Sculpture] "Out in the rain."

[Sculpture] "Out in the rain."

Pétréa, jeune fille chrétienne.

Isabella's umbrella

Isabella's umbrella

Isabella's umbrella

Isabella's umbrella

Isabella's umbrella

Isabella's umbrella

Isabella's umbrella

Isabella's umbrella

NEW YEAR'S DINNER [held by] THE ANSONIA [at] "BROADWAY, 73RD & 74TH STS., NEW YORK, NY" (HOTEL;)

Gezo,King of Dahomey.

Cloaks

[The thirty-seven nats] 11. Ngázíshin nat. 12. Aungbinlè Sinbyushin nat.

Saliendo de misa. ; El Recoletos de Corisco.

Busts

The king before the walls of a besieged city.

Views and a Japanese Woman : A Temple, Torii (a Sacred Arch), a Row of Houses, and a Japanese Woman with an Umbrella

The Kiamvo, Mwene Puto Kasongo [centre figure]. From a photograph taken by Pére Butage in 1906.

A Hooded Woman with an Umbrella, A Man Wearing a Mino (a Straw Raincoat) and a Kasa (a Bamboo Hat), A Woman reading a Book, and A Women Playing Shuttlecock

[Standing woman, wearing dress with bustle, holding purse at side and umbrella resting on pedestal.]

Japanese Women Wearing Kimono : Playing Origami (Paper Folding), Combing Her Hair, Writing, and Having an Umbrella

Open litter with male passenger, umbrella, four bearers, and two attendants

Closed green palanquin with umbrella, male passenger, four bearers in red robes, and one attendant

Shōno, Haku-u. = Shono (Station 46), Driving rain.

The history of the feminine costume of the world. The luxurious Assyrian costumes.

Skirts

An Umbrella Workman, Weaving, Gambling, and Puzzling

Japanese women wearing Kimono : Sewing, Hairdressing, and Dressing up

Autumn And Winter Street Suits.

Woman with parasol

Woman Traveling By Train, France, 1890s.

Retour à la ville, d'un propiétaire de chácara; Litière pour voyager dans l'interieur.

Rickshaws and Palanquins

Rainy Day on the Square

Fashionable ladies.

Market woman, Brazil.

Aufgang zum Königspalast in Niniveh

König und Gefolge

Assyrian palace restored

Les premières occupations du matin [above]; Quêteurs; Voeu d'une messe demandée comme aumône [below].

The Assyrian monarch returning from battle as sculptured on the walls of the Royal palace at Nineveh

Daily life in Assyria

Cuadros de costumbres de los Babilonios y Asirios

Utensilios y objetos de guerra y marina de los Babilonios y Asirios

Boardwalk and Beach, South Beach, Staten Island, N.Y. [people on beach with buildings on boardwalk, --tuts Tavern, Loutpa (Greek letters), Liberty Baths Bathing, umbrellas advertising what appears to be Bloomingdales.]

He stood near the iron railings watching the passers-by."

Mad Tweedle Dee

Birthday and Valentine cards with text, depicting children, flowers, dew drops, tears, an umbrella, a trellis, a basket and a decorative design.

May's [view of building, patio with umbrella tables, dance hall entrance, sign advertising May's Hotel Bar and Grill]

Burma--a Burmese beauty.

Burma--Beauty and the beast.

A Gay Day for 7 [children's book with text and illustrations of seven children at home].

Old Mrs. Rabbit took a basket and her umbrella, and went through the wood to the baker's.

Birthday, Christmas, and Valentine cards depicting characters from nursery rhymes : girl with umbrella, girl cutting flowers, girl blowing horn.

Le bruit de deux sabots trainant...

Le bruit de deux sabots trainant...

Sketches of young girls, with flowers, parasol.

[Gardeuse d'ânes marchant.]

Le couvre-feu.

[Le réveillon.]

[Le réveillon.]

Pluie et parapluie.

Les noctambules.

La ronde de nuit.

[Les ânes de la Butte aux Cailles.]

[Les ânes de la Butte aux Cailles.]

Le retour des artistes.

Le retour des artistes.

Un débarquement en Angleterre.

Une jetée en Angleterre.

Crane and crow with an umbrella.

Mayflower, Easter Lilies, Bunch of Daffodils [Easter cards depicting flowers, Christmas cards depicting young girl with umbrella].

Le petit enterrement.

Le petit enterrement.

A Tennis Set in Picture and Verse.

Le petit enterrement.

Le petit enterrement.

Calendar depicting children playing and umbrella, rain, flowers, holly, snow, and a watermelon.

The young Cyrus entering Ecbatana

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