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Jack Gould, Untitled (two cats in small boxing ring wearing gloves, one cat lying down), 1946, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

Unknown artist, Designs for Silk Weaving and Embroidery, Italian, c. 1390, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

Our chimp is warming up for his uneven bar routine. Image: Jack Gould, Untitled (chimp swinging from gymnastics bar), c. 1950, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

Joseph Janney Steinmetz, Untitled (woman with two Great Danes, Pennsylvania), 1939, printed later, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

Joseph Janney Steinmetz, Untitled (woman balancing elephant in laundry basket), c. 1945, printed later, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

Ben Shahn, Self-Portrait with Palette (Study for Fogg Art Museum Poster), 1956 | Harvard Art Museums/ Fogg Museum

Jack Gould, Untitled (close-up view of Richard Nixon's face seen from below), c. 1960 | Harvard Art Museums/ Fogg Museum

Equestrian Portrait of a Mughal Prince on a Brown Horse, India, Mughal period, 1735-1740, Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum.

August 24, 1869 - The Waffle iron was patented by Cornelius Swarthout. Robert Burian, Untitled (advertisement for waffle iron), c. 1950 | Harvard Art Museums

August 16, 1896: Gold was discovered in the Klondike River. Martin Schweig, Untitled (two men in gold miner costume for Alaskan gold rush, fake beards, dogsled and dog at New Year's party), 1952 | Harvard Art Museums