Water pump.
Found here.
Map of the river Tigris.
From the Egyptian 11th century manuscript Kitāb Gharāʾib al-funūn wa-mulaḥ al-ʿuyūn (The Book of Curiosities of the Sciences and Marvels for the Eyes).
Found at BibliOdyssey.
Japanese drawing of a dromedary.
The Dutch emissaries took gifts to the court of the Shogun, Japan’s military ruler. In the first half of the 18th century, various animals were taken to Edo, including hounds, Persian horses, birds, dromedaries and even an elephant. Most of these animals then became pets or served as attractions. This picture features a dromedary.
Found here.
Bo Boo.
Marimekko Textile designed by Katsuji Wakisaka, 1975. Found here.
llewmejia:

Working on a top secret so far project with my boo Alyssa Nassner, this is my contribution to the project so far…
See if you can find all of the bugs!
Good luck
New Yorker June 23, 1945.
Illustration by Ilonka Karasz.
Found here.
The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, illustrated by Jacob Landau.
Found here.
Keiichi Tanaami at Fondation Speerstra.
Found here.
Coloriages.
From a French coloring book (1942).
Found here.
rmgdesign:

#illustration (via Coloriages (1942) « Present&Correct)
rmgdesign:

#illustration (via Coloriages (1942) « Present&Correct)
elranchonotsogrande:
Beast-tamer.  Illustration on the back of a vintage booklet about animals.  From my personal collection .
Barsch.
Found here.
Nouveau Larousse Ménager (1955).
Found here.