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Rom. Kreuzgang S. Paolo fuori le mura [Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls]

Matte borderless print mounted on slightly larger white paper, then mounted on brown card with deckled edges. Depicts a coutyard and collonnade of a large basilica. Verso inscription, pencil, top centre: "Rom. Kreuzgang S. Paolo fuori le mura." The basilica was constructed around 395 and has been restored many times since the 4th century, and it has been declared a national monument by the Italian government.

Men in photographic studio park

Item consists of a cream coloured card with photograph affixed of 6 men in a park setting. The backdrop is painted with trees, and there are columns on either side of the group. Three men sit in the back row, two in front, and a third lays on the ground in front. A pile of bowler hats is a the bottom left. On verso, handwritten in pencil, "25-".

pan american expo

print mounted on balck mat board. Depcits a view of a roadway lined with columns and statuary with pedestrians walking between. This is a view of the lincoln parkway entrance to the pan american exposition grounds, built for the exposition of 1901 in Buffalo NY. Verso inscription "Pan American Exposition 1903, The Pan American Exposition 1903, compliments of MR. Luther Cand."

The Amazon, Berlin

Glass slide in wood frame. Image framed in black. Handwritten on slide in black ink "The Amazon, Front of Museum, Berlin, Germany." Handwritten in ink on wood frame "Amazon" the rest of the sticker has come off. Image is of an equestrian statue outside a building with columns. The statue is of a naked woman, holding a spear, sitting on a horse rearing up, with a lion latched to its throat. Cannot figure out which museum it's in front of in Berlin, Germany. Please note that the wood frame is a thicker cut than the others, and not a straight cut.