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  • Three uniformed German army officers in the Kingdom of Württemberg, two from the disabled soldiers corps. Coloured lithograph by H.M.D. Monten, ca. 1838.
  • A Greenwich Pensioner sits with a Chelsea Pensioner, telling stories of their campaigns: each is disabled in various ways. Coloured etching by Robert Dighton, 1801.
  • A coach representing the quadruple alliance of England, France, Portugal and Spain is disabled owing to a broken wheel. Coloured lithograph by H.B. (John Doyle), 1836.
  • Two disabled veteran sailors, employed by an admiral as messengers, delivering a letter to the servant at the front door of a town-house. Coloured etching after G.M. Woodward, 1790.
  • A procession of blind and physically disabled people; allegory about sticks: how children are afraid of the rod but disadvantaged adults come to rely on it. Engraving by P. Galle, 1563?.
  • Disabled and paralysed people lying outside a wall of the cemetery Santo Spirito in Rome begging for alms from passers-by. Coloured lithograph by F. Villain after A.J.-B. Thomas, 1823.
  • Chronic rheumatic arthritis. Post-mortem appearance of the shoulder-joint of a patient, who had been totally disabled by the condition of his joints. The elevation of the humerus is particularly referred to.
  • Tom Nero, a hackney coach driver, beats with sadistic cruelty a disabled horse; a herdsman cudgels a sheep and a sleeping drayman runs over a boy with a hoop. Engraving by William Hogarth, 1751.
  • A profile of an old mentally disabled man, skulls of various races, skulls of a monkey and an orangutan, and a perfect, diagrammed human face; demonstrating the methods of physiognomy. Coloured engraving by H. Adlard, 1824.
  • A group portrait of black and white people of mixed races with a disabled man in a wheelchair at the centre; representing an advertisement for the AIDS Life Line in South Africa. Lithograph, ca. 1990's.
  • Annual dinner to the wounded and disabled patients from the ministry of Pensions' Hospital, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, on Wednesday, 18th January, 1933, at the Leeds & County Conservative Club, South Parade, Leeds / The Wounded Warriors Welfare Committee, Leeds.
  • Annual dinner to the wounded and disabled patients from the ministry of Pensions' Hospital, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, on Wednesday, 18th January, 1933, at the Leeds & County Conservative Club, South Parade, Leeds / The Wounded Warriors Welfare Committee, Leeds.
  • Above, Johann (Hans) Hautsch of Nuremberg driving his horseless carriage said to have been powered by clockwork; below, Stephan Farfler, a disabled clockmaker of Altdorf, with two of the hand-powered cars that he devised and built to convey himself to church. Engraving, 1730.
  • A naked man lies back against another naked man in a wheelchair who licks his mouth and tweaks his nipples; with the message in German: "self-confident and gay, self-confident and disabled"; advertisement for safe sex by the Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe e.V. Colour lithograph by Ines de Nil and Wolfgang Mudra.
  • At a polling booth, reserve voters, consisting of disabled and sick men and others, proceed up the stairs to take oaths; in the background Britannia sits in a coach that has broken down while the coachman and footman play at cards. Engraving by William Hogarth and François Morellon de la Cave, 1758.
  • Lest we forget : buy your Xmas presents at the exhibition and sale of goods made by war disabled men at the Imperial Institute, South Kensington, London, S.W.7 November 7th to 17th, 1928 ... : in co-operation with the British Legion : admission free / Imperial Institute ; [illustrated by] E. Whatley.
  • Leprosy: protective footware
  • Your rights in the AIDS era. 8, Benefits / Immunity.
  • Your rights in the AIDS era. 8, Benefits / Immunity.
  • Your rights in the AIDS era. 8, Benefits / Immunity.
  • Your rights in the AIDS era. 8, Benefits / Immunity.
  • Your rights in the AIDS era. 8, Benefits / Immunity.
  • Your rights in the AIDS era. 8, Benefits / Immunity.
  • Certificate : to be given to volunteers at the time of their discharge to enable them to receive their pay, &c.
  • The feet of C. H. Unthan, the armless fiddler. (R) My Feet: The toes of the right foot speard out, (L) Sharpening A Pencil
  • Feeble-mindedness, its causes and consequences / by Henry Herbert Goddard.
  • Feeble-mindedness, its causes and consequences / by Henry Herbert Goddard.
  • A Victorian child's shoe and leg caliper in leather and steel
  • A Victorian child's shoe and leg caliper in leather and steel
  • A Victorian child's shoe and leg caliper in leather and steel