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  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    The Hon. H.H. Asquith 1 print : color.
    • Contributor: Penfield, Edward
    • Date: 1914
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    Wee Willie Winkie's world. It was such a fine day! : great clouds with puffy, wind-blown cheeks ... 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Five-panel Sunday comic strip in which Wee Willie Winkie goes for a fantastic walk through the countryside. He imagines anxious trees, birches shivering with alarm, and poplars running in alarm from rows of trees shaped like caterpillars. Finally, he returns to his grandfather's village where he imagines that the town clock is a brooch decorating the church....
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    The Kin-der-Kids portrait gallery. For the history of the Kin-der Kids see inside pages 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Nine-panel Sunday comic strip shows the characters from the Kin-der-kids: Daniel Webster reads next to his dog Sherlock Bones, Pie-mouth devours bowls of potatoes, Strenuous Teddy lifts weights with ease, Augustus and Aunty Jim-Jam stand outside with the cat, the Pillsbury family stands together lined up by size, Uncle Kin-der smokes his pipe, Mysterious Pete and his...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    [The Kin-der-Kids]. The Kin-der-Kids sell their whale and Piemouth gets a square meal 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Nine-panel Sunday comic strip shows the kids living on the whale Strenuous Teddy caught, their coal fired stove used to dry laundry, and Japansky, unused in the bathtub boat. They are hungry. The crew of the ship, The Windjammer, rescue the boys, buy their whale, and feed them a hearty meal. Piemouth eats an enormous quantity of...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    Wee Willie Winkie's world. It was such a fine day for a parade! 1 print : offset photoengraving, color ; 61.1 x 48.7 cm. (sheet) | Six-panel Sunday comic strip shows Wee Willie Winkie imagining that trees were soldiers on parade, that houses, trees and clouds watched a bicyclist pedal up a hill, that he needed to stick out his tongue at trees to prove his bravery, that a church looked self-satisfied at its sermons, and that...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1907
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    Wee Willie Winkie's world. Willie Winkie had a fine walk in the country the other day ... 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Six-panel Sunday comic strip in which a small boy, Wee Willie Winkie, goes for a fantastic walk and sees two poplar trees standing like sentinels, sheaves of wheat in a field that remind him of grandmothers, a culvert in which he saw a lion, a tree trunk shaped like an elephant, a grumbling locomotive, and and a...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    Wee Willie Winkie's world. They are all dozing comfortably ... by Lyonel Feininger Hans takes a survey of the scenery / 1 print : offset photoengraving, color ; 61.9 x 49.2 cm. (sheet) | Wee Willie Winkie's world is a six-panel Sunday comic strip in which he imagines the fire desiring to taste the bottle of claret that the boy's mother has put nearby to warm for dinner. The bottle explodes, making a mess, much to the amusement of the jugs on the mantle, the...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Pommerhanz, Karl - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    [The Kin-der-Kids]. The Kin-der-Kids relief expedition slams into a steeple, with results 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Five-panel Sunday comic strip shows Augustus and Aunty in a hot air balloon in the clouds. The cat, who has joined them, comments on an approaching storm. As lightning crackles around them the balloon takes off, pitching the basket's occupants. The basket then rams into a church steeple, snagging it with it's anchor, and wrenches it from...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    The Kin-der-Kids (abroad). The Kids pass Sandy Hook light 1 print : offset photoengraving, color ; 58.8 x 6 cm. (sheet) | Four-panel Sunday comic strip a man in a lighthouse named "Sandy Hook" spies a strange-looking object which upon closer inspection turns out to be the Kin-der-Kids aboard their bathtub with Daniel Webster. The kids come upon Mysterious Pete, riding his cloud with his dog, who gives them, in an envelope, instructions...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    The Kin-der-Kids. Melancholy loss of the Jimjam relief expedition's balloon 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Five-panel Sunday comic strip in which Aunty Jimjam and Augustus have landed on a ship at sea. Pillsbury is aboard with his girls, and offers Aunty Jimjam one of his pills. As Aunty Jimjam and the girls repair the holes in the balloon, Augustus and Mr. Buggins plot to refill it with gas. Mr. Buggins exhales his...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    The Kin-der-Kids (abroad). The kids' terrible adventure with a whale! 1 print : offset photoengraving, color ; 58.8 x 46 cm. (sheet) | Five-panel Sunday comic strip in which Daniel Webster, Strenuous Teddy, Piemouth and Japansky are in their bathtub boat sailing away from Aunty JimJam, who is not pictured. They spy whales in the distance. The creatures congregate around the boat, saying that they will show the children what they want. Strenuous Teddy...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    [The Kin-der-Kids]. The Kin-der-Kids make a lucky haul! 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Six-panel Sunday comic strip in which Daniel Webster, Strenuous Teddy and Piemouth fish for food, having lost everything from their bathtub boat. Piemouth lands a fish, but it is Strenuous Teddy who reels it onto the boat for Daniel Webster to slit open. The fish comments, "Drat it all! This is one on me." The contents of...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    Wee Willie Winkie's world. The first day Willie Winkie was at the sea side ... 1 print ; offset photoengraving. | Five-panel Sunday comic strip shows Wee Willie Winkie at the seashore looking at boats which he imagines are monsters stranded on shore. As the tide rolls in, he imagines that the sea has fingers which jostle the boats awake. Their rigging up, they sail out to sea, and Wee Willie Winkie imagines that they discuss their departure. As...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    [The Kin-der-Kids]. How the Jimjam relief expedition set out 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Eight-panel comic strip shoes the Jimjam relief expedition, led by Aunty Jimjam, preparing and then setting out by hot air balloon. Augustus and Aunty Jimjam discuss how they prefer to fly over boating, which makes them seasick. As Augustus fills the balloon with gas, Aunty Jimjam starts packing. The first thing she grabs is a large bottle...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    The Kin-der-Kids. Doctor Dopeski tries his newski cureski on Fatty 1 print : offset photoengraving ; 61.2 x 49.2 cm. (sheet) | Nine-panel Sunday comic strip, the last published in the Kin-der-kids series, in which Piemouth, also known as Fatty, goes to Doctor Dopeski to cure his cold. He is accompanied by the dog, Sherlock Bones. The doctor pours medicine down Fatty's throat, using a funnel, then steams him over a fire. Cured of...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    The Kin-der-Kids. Japansky surprises the Governor...General who condemns him to death 1 print : offset photoengraving ; 61.6 x 49 cm. (sheet) | Eight-panel Sunday comic strip in which Japansky, a mechanical boy, is brought up to a mountaintop castle to the Russian governor for questioning. When he doesn't reply, they push his buttons, which sends him into fighting mode. After he stops, the Russians put him into a cage and imprison him along with...
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    The Kin-der-Kids. Piemouth is rescued by kindhearted Pat 1 print : offset photoengraving, color. | Five-panel Sunday comic strip in which an Irish chimney sweep rescues Piemouth from Aunty and her castor oil by sending his cleaner down the chimney for the boy to grab. Piemouth asks his rescuer to take him to the Kin-der-kids boat, while Aunty declares she will chase him by flight.
    • Contributor: Chicago Tribune (Firm) - Feininger, Lyonel
    • Date: 1906
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    Does Polly want a cracker? 1 print : color.
    • Contributor: Keppler, Udo J.
    • Date: 1913
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    Christina 1 print : lithograph and silkscreen, color.
    • Contributor: Shanoski, Michael P.
    • Date: 1984
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    Self after self by Rembrandt 1 print : monotype, color. | Abstract head-and-shoulders self portrait.
    • Contributor: Steir, Pat
    • Date: 1985
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    Crimson flower, No. 2 1 print : etching, hand-colored, gold and platinum leaf; 61 x 43 cm.
    • Contributor: Akahoshi, Keisuke - College Women's Association of Japan
    • Date: 2005
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    Red pals 1 print : etching, aquatint, and drypoint, color ; 60 x 36 cm.
    • Contributor: Kuroda, Shigeki - College Women's Association of Japan
    • Date: 2004
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    Daybreak at Mt Fuji 1 print : intaglio, woodcut, color ; 18 x 24 cm.
    • Contributor: College Women's Association of Japan - Miyashita, Tokio
    • Date: 2002
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    Shinjuku evening 1 print : etching and woodcut, color ; 18 x 24 cm.
    • Contributor: College Women's Association of Japan - Miyashita, Tokio
    • Date: 2003
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    Summer 1 print : etching, photo-etching, aquatint, color ; 18 x 13 cm.
    • Contributor: Mukai, Junko - College Women's Association of Japan
    • Date: 2005