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"The Sisson brothers", Gilded Age NY Rockwood Photography, Union Square, NYC

cabbage

You say you have a big cabbage? THIS is a big cabbage!

Antique African American Family Lovely Old Photo Black Americana • $21.00

Antique African American Family Lovely Old Photo Black Americana

Antique African American Family Lovely Old Photo Black Americana • $21.00

Vintage dog photography - in pictures

The Temperance Sweep' and a barefooted boy small enough to fit inside narrow passages. Original Artwork: From 'Street Life in London' by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith - pub. 1877 (Photo by John Thomson/Getty Images)

The Temperance Sweep' and a barefooted boy small enough to fit inside narrow passages. Original Artwork: From 'Street Life in London' by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith - pub. 1877 (Photo by John Thomson/Getty Images)

A girl and her grandfather, Mary and Jasper, ca. 1900

a girl and her grandfather - Mary and Jasper - and a black dog, 1900

when in doubt wear stilts...  damn autocorrect i meant stilettos

Stilt walkers My guess? Upper crust victorians trying to avoid the muck and mire of London's streets.

Group of Victorian women facing backward. Unidentified photographer Ladies' hairstyles 1880 (ca) Tintype 7 x 5 in

PAST LIVES: Chelsea Pensioners, c.1898

PAST LIVES: Chelsea Pensioners, c.1898

A muffin man, making deliveries to households and announcing his presence with a hand bell - UK, 1924

A muffin man, making deliveries to households and announcing his presence with a hand bell - UK, 1924

Meriam Mary Kok  b. May 3, 1930 Amsterdam, Holland - d. December 3, 1942 Auschwitz concentration camp, Oswiecim Poland – Holocaust victim.  Meriam was 12 years old at the time she was murdered

Meriam Mary Kok b. May 1930 Amsterdam, Holland - d. December 1942 Auschwitz concentration camp, Give them a face and a name! Meriam was 12 years old at the time she was murdered

Dedrick, J. V., 1909.  Amy Tough-Feather and papoose.

Amy Tough Feather carrying her sister - Northern Cheyenne - 1909 - by Dedrick.

These types of business cards were given to men at train stations as they entered town to advertise houses of prostitution. These cards were in popular and open use until the 1930's. The women were called "Soiled Doves" in the Victorian era.  During the Civil War there was such a huge epidemic of venereal disease that in one town the army  quarantined "doves" on a river boat. BiddyCraft

This is NOT "a card given to men to advertise houses of prostitution. " It was a Victorian custom to have a mourning photo taken with one's back to the camera.

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cowboy and cowgirl vintage

Vintage Ephemera Women's Jackets - 1862

Victorian Women's Jackets - 1862 For Dickens Fair 2013

carolathhabsburg:  Three trapecist, one of them in lady´s clothes. 1880s.

carolathhabsburg: “ Three trapecist, one of them in lady´s clothes.

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