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    • Press-molded and painted pottery figure

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    • Press-molded and painted pottery figure. A standing figure with one arm resting on his stomach and the other down at his side. He wears a hat and a broad collared jacket, partially open, that falls to his knees. On his feet are tall boots. Dark...
    • Carved ivory seated figurine of Li Po

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    • Carved ivory figure of Chinese poet, Li Po, seated with his knees raised and his chin resting on his hands. Marked on the base ""Da Ming Zhenhua (1465 - 1487)"" however, it is panegyric inscription, and it is from the 20th century. Carved ivory and...
    • Print: Black and White

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    • Woodblock print. From label: ""Huang Fung Chih, 1620. Printed in 1703."" Picture depicts three women in an outdoor setting resting by the water. One of the women holds a teapot in her hands.
    • Ensemble performance

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    • Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-. Overture to Candide ;Vaughan Williams, Ralph, 1872-1958. English folk song suite ;Shostakovich, Dmitrii Dmitrievich, 1906-1975. Prelude Opus 34, No. 14. ;Shostakovich, Dmitrii Dmitrievich, 1906-1975. Folk dances...
    • Douglass Cather

    • Cather, Douglass, 1879-1938
    • Studio portrait of Douglass Cather, Willa Cather's brother, as a young man. Seated on a wicker chair in front of a painted backdrop, Douglass poses with his hat resting on his knee.
    • Willa Cather

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947
    • Head and shoulders portrait of Willa Cather propping her chin against her hand with her other arm resting on the surface in front of her. She wears a light-colored blouse, and a basket of flowers hangs to the left of her head.
    • Willa Cather

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947
    • Studio portrait of Willa Cather seated on a bench in front of a scenic background. Wearing a formal dress and opera gloves, she holds a fan in one hand and, resting the other hand on the bench, reclines slightly to the side. This is one of...
    • Willa, Jack, and Elsie Cather

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947; Cather, John (Jack), 1892-1959; Cather, Elsie, 1889-1964; Children; Reading
    • Willa Cather reclines on her side between her brother Jack Cather and sister Elsie Cather and looks at the book she holds open on her palm. Jack leans with his cheek against her back and looks at the photographer while Elsie gazes down at the book...
    • Willa Cather in Paris

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947; Luxembourg Gardens (Paris, France); Jardin du Luxembourg (Paris, France)
    • Resting her hand on a folding chair, Willa Cather stands in front of stone rail and urn of flowers at the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris, France. She is wearing a jacket, fur stole, and hat adorned with feathers.
    • Willa Cather writing

    • Cather, Willa, 1873-1947; Writing
    • Seated outdoors, Willa Cather holds a pen with her arm and paper resting on the back of a bench, possibly in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. She looks up and to the side. Edith Lewis may have taken this photograph.
    • Daemonelix excavation

    • Daemonelix; Fossils; Paleontology--Fieldwork; Paleontology; Paleontological excavations
    • "Daemonelix carmals in situ." The partially excavated corkscrew shaped fossil is in the center of the image. At the base of the fossil, a pick axe is resting with its handle pointing upward and to the right.
    • Daemonelix excavation

    • Daemonelix; Fossils; Paleontology--Fieldwork; Paleontology; Paleontological excavations
    • "Kenyon's corkscrew and blowout. Kenyon at work." The man identified as Kenyon stands beside a vertical Daemonelix that has been almost completely excavated. His hands are resting on the handle of the pick axe, which he holds upside down in front...
    • Rosmersholm

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    • A production of Rosmersholm at the Lessing Theater, Berlin in 1906. Rosmersholm is a play written in 1886 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. In the estimation of many critics the piece is Ibsen's masterwork, only equaled by The Wild Duck of...
    • Rosmersholm

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    • A production of Rosmersholm at the Schiller-Theater, Berlin in 1901. Rosmersholm is a play written in 1886 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. In the estimation of many critics the piece is Ibsen's masterwork, only equaled by The Wild Duck of...

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