Definition of Pictorial matter
1. Noun. Illustrations used to decorate or explain a text. "The dictionary had many pictures"
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Literary usage of Pictorial matter
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1. Reading References for English History by Henry Lewin Cannon (1910)
"... with introduction, excursus, and notes. 2 vols. (I, Eddic poetry; II, Court poetry). Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1883. b. pictorial matter ..."
2. Reading References for English History by Henry Lewin Cannon (1910)
"... with introduction, excursus, and notes. 2 vols. (I, Eddie poetry; II, Court poetry). Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1883. b. pictorial matter ..."
3. The Organ: Writings and Other Utterances on Its Structure, History, Procural by John Watson Warman (1898)
"The terms Illustrations and Views are always to be taken as meaning Pictorial matter, unless the contrary is expressed or evident. PUBLISHER AND SELLER. ..."
4. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1910)
"(g) The term "design" or "device" applies to pictorial matter of every description, nud to abbreviations, characters, or signs for weights, measures, ..."
5. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1886)
"New pictorial matter, New Designs, New Stamps, Best Materials, Skilled Workmen, and New Machinery. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS IN PLUSH, RUSSIA, SEALSKIN & MOROCCO. ..."
6. La Plata, the Argentine Confederation and Paraguay: Being a Narrative of the by Thomas Jefferson Page (1859)
"The pictorial matter of this splendid sheet is un- approached, aa a whole, by that of any other among us, and, perhaps, not surpassed elsewhere,—-JV* Y. ..."
7. Newspaper Law: A Digest of Court Decisions on Commercial and Legal by William Warner Loomis (1921)
"Advertising sheets consisting entirely of advertisements, or of a combination of literary or pictorial matter and advertisements, issued by business houses ..."