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I like how this painting by Edmund Dulac illustrates the importance of uniformity within fashion during the early 20th century (1917).   On the painting you will find a member of the Land Army, a nurse and a munitions worker.

I like how this painting by Edmund Dulac illustrates the importance of uniformity within fashion during the early century On the painting you will find a member of the Land Army, a nurse and a munitions worker.

Printed wool challis, American, mid 1840's-early 1850's. Private collection. Good construction pictures.

Early Victorian Dress — Inside and Out

Early Victorian Dress — Inside and Out, via Witness 2 Fashion. Printed wool challis dress, probably circa Private collection.

When War broke out in 1914 their experience as Army nurses in the Boer war gave Matron Nellie Gould and Sister Julia Bligh Johnston invaluable knowledge and understanding to be able to lead Australia’s first contingent of nurses bound for Europe in World War I. They were two of seven Australian Nurses awarded the Military Medal.

Enfermeras australianas (Matrona Nellie Gould y hermana Julia Bligh Johnston) en la I Guerra Mundial con "modernas" camillas

An oil painting, study of a nurse, indistinctly signed possible 'Bayendale', dated 1942, 62cm x 3

Bid Live on Lot 280 in the Art Deco, Century Design & Retro Auction from Clarke and Simpson.

Agnes von Kurowsky Stanfieldwas an American nurse who inspired the character "Catherine Barkley" in Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms. One of her patients was the 19-year-old Hemingway, who fell in love with her. By the time of his release and return to the United States, Kurowsky and Hemingway planned to marry within a few months in America. However, in March she wrote that she had become engaged to an Italian officer.

Agnes von Kurowsky - an American nurse in World War I in Milan - inspired the character "Catherine Blakely" in Ernest Hemingway's Farewell to Arms

38,000 VADs worked as nursing assistants, ambulance drivers and cooks. Flora's friend Sheila is one of them

VAD Hospital -- Voluntary Aid Detachment -- mainly as nurses, over of whom served gallantly and essentially during the First World War.

Wartime toys were extremely popular during World War II. Here, Patsy Ann McHugh, as a nurse, bandages the hand of “wounded aviator” Bobby O’Connor with her nursing kit in New York.

Wartime toys were extremely popular during World War II. Here, Patsy Ann McHugh, as nurse, bandages the hand of “wounded aviator” Bobby O’Connor with her nursing kit in New York.

It's About Time: English Artist Beatrice Julia How 1867-1932 Paints Delicate Infants & Mothers

It's About Time: English Artist Beatrice Julia How Paints Delicate Infants & Mothers

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