He drew up the windows
Photographic reproduction of ink or watercolor on paper
Illustration for Arthur Conan Doyle's “Adventure of the Greek Interpreter,” p. 296.
Passage illustrated: “He began by drawing a most formidable-looking bludgeon loaded with lead from his pocket, and switching it backward and forward several times, as if to test its weight and strength. Then he placed it without a word upon the seat beside him. Having done this, he drew up the windows on each side, and I found to my astonishment that they were covered with paper so as to prevent my seeing through them.”