The source of this image was lost when the old Illustrations site disappeared. You may be assured, however, that it is in the public domain.
A caricature by W. S. Washburn, from Sketches, Serious and Otherwise: Men of Pittsburgh and Vicinity.
English: Spoiled child throwing a tantrum
|Source||The Mother’s Present, 1847 (https://archive.org/stream/motherspresentho00colm#page/n111/mode/1up)|
|Author||Meadows, illustrator; O. A. Lawson, engraver|
English: Cartoon of a man bringing a grossly oversized package to the post office
|Source||Le Sécrétaire illustré (https://archive.org/stream/lesecrtraireil00henr#page/45/mode/1up)|
English: The Little Man proposes marriage to the Little Maid in a colored engraving from 1807
|Source||Authentic Memoirs of the Little Man and the Little Maid, 1808 (https://archive.org/stream/authenticmemoirs00londiala#page/n3/mode/2up)|
English: Humorous engraving of a dentist from the 1880s
|Source||Specimen of Wood Engravings (https://archive.org/stream/specimenofwooden00altc#page/10/mode/1up)|
From The Characters of Theophrastus, 1831.
“Stooping forward, he whispers in his patron’s ear.” From The Characters of Theophrastus, 1831.
Doubt and Other Things, 1922 (https://archive.org/stream/doubtandotherthi00veddiala#page/n7/mode/2up)
“He admires nothing that is beautiful; he is affected by nothing that is sublime.” From The Characters of Theophrastus, 1831.