A lithograph of a girl about 10 years old sitting and holding a small chalkboard for doing figures.
An engraving of the old jail and marketplace in Boston from the early 20th century.http://thepanorama.shear.org/2022/08/17/lesson-plan-primary-documents-as-material-culture-encouraging-students-to-see-a-source-from-all-sides/
Engraving showing a bird's-eye view of Eastern State Penitentiary from 1855
Engraved portrait of John Jay
Image of Athanasius Kircher's Turris Babel from 1679, which is an engraving of the Tower of Babel.
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