Here is a dark and spooky graveyard scene. There are graves with tombstones in the foreground and silhouettes of Victorian men and horse drawn carriages in the background; heading toward what I assume is a mausoleum. This vintage illustration is from Hill’s Manual of Social and Business Forms, by Thos. E. Hill, 1886. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a vintage clip art image of a a rooster and a hen. They are White Leghorns. The illustration is from a dictionary in my collection that was published in 1906. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a wonderful vintage C. S. Hammond map of New York City and Vicinity. I scanned the map from a dictionary in my collection that was published in 1906. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a vintage clip art image of a single strawberry. The illustration is from Beeton’s New Dictionary of Every-Day Gardening, circa 1899. Click on image to enlarge.
This colorful vintage Thanksgiving postcard features a wonderful image of a brown and white turkey framed by purple berries and a few leaves, on a yellow background with burgundy edges. The message on the postcard is: Thanksgiving Greeting. Click on image to enlarge.
Here is a vintage illustration of a cocoa cake that has been finished with white frosting. The cake has three slices cut from the center and displayed in the foreground with the two remaining portions of the cake set out behind the slices. The image is from a booklet titled Choice Recipes by Miss Parloa and Other Noted Teachers, 1908. Click on image to enlarge.
This lovely vintage Christmas postcard, by John Winsch, features a copper-colored vase filled with a bouquet of mistletoe and berries. The postcard is finished with a swirl design in each of the four corners. The message on the card is: Christmas Wishes. Click on image to enlarge.