Last week the New York Public Library opened up an enormous trove of their public domain digital assets (scanned photographs, magazines, pamphplets, etc.).
The first thing I went looking for, of course, were wevboews. I always enjoy seeing historical mentions of them. Here’s an image (circa 1910) I found in a parody of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven, featuring not just an ordinary wevboew, but a flying one: