Catalog links for materials:
Dante's Inferno (c. 1800 edition) - https://discover.library.unt.edu/catalog/b4303253
Dante's Inferno (1901) - https://discover.library.unt.edu/catalog/b2299106
Purgatory and Paradise (1892) - https://discover.library.unt.edu/catalog/b4303249
The Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri (1944)- https://discover.library.unt.edu/catalog/b5498976
The Inferno from la Divina commedia of Dante Alighieri (1931)- https://discover.library.unt.edu/catalog/b1676868
Then we have one that’s a bit more mysterious. It’s a 16th century Italian edition, attributed to Alessandro Vellutello. I can’t seem to find any information about the illustrations though other than they might have been done by Giovanni Britto, who was the engraver that worked for the printer, Francesco Marcolini.
La comedia di Dante Aligieri - https://discover.library.unt.edu/catalog/b1676949