8 UMMA Objects
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An image of a carriage overlayed with images of striped, polka dot, and plaid textiles.
Robert Rauschenberg (American (North American))
Hoss
1984
Bequest of Gertrude Kasle
2016/2.112
Horse-drawn funeral carriage parked on the side of a cobble-stone paved street.
Eugène Atget (French (culture or style))
Pompe Funebre (1e Classe)
early 1910s - early 1970s
Museum Purchase
1974/1.110
This photograph is of a wooden wagon laden with sacks of grain.  The wagon is drawn by a horse, an ox, and a donkey. In the background stand three chapel-like structures. 
Giorgio Sommer (Italian (culture or style))
Napoli Costume
1862 – 1870
Gift of Mr. & Mrs. W. Howard Bond
1986/1.148
A winter city scene with figures walking on snow-covered streets and riding horse-drawn carriages. 
Alfred Stieglitz (American (North American))
The Street - Design for a Poster
1900 – 1903
Museum Purchase
1974/1.258
Photograph of a crowded Fifth Avenue in 1915, New York. People, cars, and horse-drawn carriages bustle through the street.
Paul Strand (American (North American))
Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, New York
1915 – 1916
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
1986/2.19
A photograph of the Bridge of St. Martin in Toledo, Spain. In the foreground, J. Craig Annan has captured horse-drawn wagons and men working, with the impressive architecture of the bridge set as the backdrop behind the figures. 
J. Craig Annan (British (modern))
Bridge of St. Martin - Toledo
1913 – 1914
Gift of The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, in memory of Morris D. Baker, a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Architecture, 1952
2000/2.143.5
Street pavers setting a road in Paris.
Eugène Atget (French (culture or style))
Street Paver
1899 – 1974
Museum Purchase
1974/1.116
A large crowd of men—almost all of whom wear top hats—women, and children congregate in an urban setting. In the left foreground a woman in a blue dress and an ornate hat passes the viewer. To her left a hobbled man holds a sign with a few legible words amongst squiggles; they read, "General / BOOTH / City Hall". Part of a bridled horse is seen at the extreme right side of the composition. Behind the crowd, whose clothing is heightened with an array of pastel watercolors, a colonnade is visible; at the left corner of the building the colonnade recedes backwards, and is mirrored by a row of receding street lamps. <br />
Inscribed on left, in image, in pen: "Royal Exchange Place" and below this, signed in pencil, "Muirhead Bone."
Sir Muirhead Bone (British (modern))
Royal Exchange Place, Glasgow
1896 – 1925
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke
1949/1.119
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