‘Thomas Cook’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Cook’s Office, Jerusalem
Cook’s Office, Jerusalem
Time himself is dying with his scythe and hourglass broken and his pipe snapped, he comes to an end uttering "Finis"
Time himself is dying with his scythe and hourglass broken and his pipe snapped, he comes to an end uttering "Finis"
Allegory of the South Sea Company, 1720
Allegory of the South Sea Company, 1720
Donald White, Chief Uniformed Representative of Thomas Cook's
Donald White, Chief Uniformed Representative of Thomas Cook's
A bewigged Francis Goodchild stands with his master in the counting house raised above the level of the workshop where …
A bewigged Francis Goodchild stands with his master in the counting house raised above the level of the workshop where …
Tom Rakewell is arrested for debt on his way to the Royal Court to seek preferment when he is saved by Sarah Young
Tom Rakewell is arrested for debt on his way to the Royal Court to seek preferment when he is saved by Sarah Young
Sancho Panza (the squire of Don Quixote), at a banquet, being starved for health reasons by his physician
Sancho Panza (the squire of Don Quixote), at a banquet, being starved for health reasons by his physician
Three men around a table in a cabinet of naturalia
Three men around a table in a cabinet of naturalia