|Description||English: Woman playing with small dog, illustrating a 1923 dress pattern|
|Source||The Delineator, February, 1923 (https://archive.org/details/delineator102olou/page/n111/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: From “The Hind in the Wood” by Walter Crane|
|Source||“The Work of Walter Crane” in The Art Journal (https://archive.org/details/gri_33125012663791/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: “Expelled,” from a painting by Heinrich von Zügel|
Deutsch: Ausgewiesen, nach einem Gemälde von H. v. Zügel
|Source||Reclams Universum (https://archive.org/details/reclams-universum-1918-31/page/132/mode/2up)|
|Author||Heinrich von Zügel|
English: Illustration by Gustave Verbeek from The Idler
|Source||The Idler (https://archive.org/details/idlerillustrated2419jero/page/78)|
From Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, 1885.
English: Count Howard, a champion English Setter, in 1890
|Source||Outing, 1890 (https://archive.org/stream/outing15newy#page/333/mode/1up)|
|Author||J. M. T.|
English: A box of curious puppies confronted by a cat. The picture was published as an example of the half-tone process in an advertisement for the Electro-Light Engraving Company of New York and Philadelphia.
|Source||Official Souvenir, Eighth Annual Convention of the United Typothetae of America, 1894 (https://archive.org/stream/officialsouvenir00typo#page/128/mode/1up)|
English: “The Emperor’s Daughter,” an engraved portrait from The American Book of Beauty, 1845
|Source||The American Book of Beauty, 1845 (https://archive.org/stream/americanbookofbe01lady#page/n76/mode/1up)|
English: Man and dog (“Don”) in a canoe
|Source||Outing, 1899 (https://archive.org/stream/outing34newy#page/493/mode/1up)|
|Author||James L. Weston|
From The Keepsake, 1845.