Squirrel This woodcut is an illustration from the book The history of four-footed beasts and serpents... by Edward Topsell, printed by E. Cotes for G. Sawbridge, T. Williams and T. Johnson in London in 1658. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries (Public Domain)
In Iribe's illustration, ladies in Paul Poiret gowns gaze, amused or bemused, into a black-and-white past, when women wore corsets, even during the potentially strenuous task of playing music. Description from fitnyc.edu. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Of Overbearing Pride. This woodcut is attributed to the artist Albrecht Dürer. It is an illustration from the book Stultifera navis (Ship of Fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann in Basel in 1498. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries (Public Domain).
In heraldry, the allocamelus, or ass-camel, was the depiction of a mythical creature with the head of a donkey and body of a camel; it is the legendary representation of the llama. It was first used as a crest for the English Eastland Company, and later by the Russia Company.