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Virtual Lobby Display: Obsolete professions


Welcome to the University Libraries' virtual lobby display! This display includes books, movies, articles, and more about obsolete professions. If you would like to know more about any of the items on this display, use the information on the left side of this page to contact a librarian. 

Obsolete professions images

Matejko, J. (1867). Alchemist Sendivogius [Painting], Retrieved from

International Film Service. (1918). [Photograph of women delivering ice during World War I], Retrieved from

di Leone, A. (ca. 1635-1650). The Peddlers [Painting], Retrieved from

[Photograph of Samuel Clemens as a printer's devil holding a composing stick with the letters "SAM"]. (1850). Retrieved from

Woodward, T. (1824). The Rat-Catcher and his Dogs [Painting], Retrieved from

Delano, J. (1943). [Photograph of a Pullman Porter taken at Union Station in Chicago], Retrieved from

Koller, R. (1874). The Gotthard Post [Painting], Retrieved from

Lee, R. (1939). [Photograph of a soda jerk flipping ice cream into a milk shake in Corpus Christi, Texas], Retrieved from