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Ivory spittoon (cuspidor), decorated with depictions of four Mogul emperors (Akbar, Jahangir, Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb) and their wives, in velvet covered wooden case with silk lining, Indian, 17th century. Spittoon on its own, divided into its two parts. Black background.
- Science Museum, London
Three Indian women dressed in saris sit together with the message that men deserve to go abroad to make money but to avoid foreign women to prevent the spread of AIDS in his own home; an AIDS prevention advertisement by NGO-AIDS Cell, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS. Colour lithograph by S. Ghosh for Unesco/Aidthi Workshop, March 1995.
- March 1995
The country housewife's family companion: or profitable directions for whatever relates to the management and good economy of the domestic concerns of a country life. According to the present practice of the country gentleman's, the yeoman's, the farmer's, &c., wives, in the counties of Hertford, Bucks, and other parts of England: shewing how great savings may be made in housekeeping ... with variety of curious matters ... the whole founded on near thirty years experience
- Ellis, W. -1785.