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A group of 1860s ladies. American. Print dress, plaid shawl, knitting

vintage everyday: Women at Their Leisure – Interesting Photos Show the Work Women Often Do in Their Free Time before 1900

eBay. Complete look. Lovely light bonnet, nice cloak or jacket, beautiful print dress, note the bracelets.

Set of 4 Photo Prints Women in Print Dresses

Check out the button trim on the coat, and the simply bonnet. The pleating of the sleeve into the cuff!

CDV PHOTO 2 BEAUTIFUL YOUNG SISTERS IN MATCHing WHITE DRESSES CIVIL WAR ERA

The Games Factory 2

Two more beautiful young ladies who have been dubbed "postmortem" by some Pinner who has done no research.  This is a charming photo and both subjects were alive.

the child on the left is definitely propped up by a stand but both girls hands are discolored and eyes look painted making me think both are deceased

Early 1840s. Note the wider upper arms of dress and heavy rouching and tuck comb in hair.

Early Note the wider upper arms of dress and heavy rouching and tuck comb in hair.

This unidentified French woman has such a sweet smile and welcoming face. I cannot help but wonder what kind of person she was and what made her cheerful enough that day to smile for the camera (when doing so was by no means obligatory).

This unidentified French woman has such a sweet smile and welcoming face. I cannot help but wonder what kind of person she was and what made her cheerful enough that day to smile for the camera.

http://i.ebayimg.com/t/EXC-Civil-War-Era-CDV-Elmira-NY-Hoopskirt-Woman-Holding-a-Huge-Wide-Brim-Hat-/00/s/MTM1M1g3OTE=/z/LzcAAOxyY9VRIr1~/$T2eC16RHJGkE9no8hlV(BRIr1+I39Q~~60_57.JPG    The hats that everyone says older women never wore...

Civil-War-Era-CDV-Elmira-NY-Hoopskirt-Woman-Holding-a-Huge-Wide-Brim-Hat-The hats that everyone says older women never wore.

Four Unidentified Women - daguerreotype by Southworth and Hawes

Southworth & Hawes Four Unidentified Women 1850 (ca) Daguerreotype, whole plate George Eastman Museum Accession Number:

Pastel-Tinted Lady, Scovill 1/6th-Plate Daguerreotype, Circa 1848 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia when she was still Princess Dagmar of Denmark. She was the wife of Tsar Alexander III and the mother of the ill-fated last Tsar Nicholas II. She escaped to England and Denmark after the Russian Revolution and died in

Straw Hat

cdv from Hamilton, OH (not a Southern Belle). Plaid skirt with solid body, straw hat.

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