A standing female figure representing health; a standing female figure of Ceres; two female heads in profile. Engraving by B.L. Prevost after E. Bouchardon and N. Poussin.
The Albert Victor asylum for lepers, Gohea, Calcutta, India: female patients in white saris on the steps of the female block. Photograph, 1900/1920.
The Hospital of Bethlem [Bedlam], St. George's Fields, Lambeth: a female dormitory. Wood engraving by F. Vizetelly after F. Palmer, 1860.
Male and female pelvises: eight figures showing cross-sections of the organs and blood vessels of the male and female pelvis. Line engraving by J. Taylor, 1790, after F. Birnie.
The second stage of General Faradization. Female Nurse applying elecrtical current, faradic current, to a female patient via an electrical vibrator, or bipolar electrodes of Apostoli.
Mandibles of male, female and female child gorilla, plate VI in Human Ancestry From a Genetical Point of View by R. Ruggles Gates, Harvard University Press, Cambridge Massachusetts, 1948
A seated figure of Time holding a scythe and an hourglass with a female figure of Geometry holding dividers and a female figure resting a book on her knee. Red chalk drawing.
Proportions of the female body: front and back view of a female nude, with proportions marked. Lithograph by Martelli after C. Squanquerillo, ca. 1840.
Lambeth Female Orphan Asylum (formerly Beddington Park): view of the grounds. Etching by Flemming after T. Allom.
Two children are brought to the nurses of the Asylum for Female Orphans, Lambeth, London. Etching.