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Usually solemn in black and white, the tinting gives life to the photo. (Spackle and paint and all that!)

An artfully hand tinted photograph of the Carandini Ladies, who were members of one of Austria's leading opera performing families

Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Historical Costume, Fashion Plates, Vintage Beauty, Vintage Dresses, Antigua, Nice Map, Fantasy

Moonbeam

The stunning Maude Fealy - was a star of the Edwardian stage and silent films. She had a tempestuous love life that included several marriages and a lesbian affair. This beautiful portrait is from a vintage postcard.

Circa 1911

The daughters of the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. Back: Hereditary Grand Duchess Marie-Adelheid, Princess Hilda, Princess Charlotte. Front: Princess Antonia, Princess Elisabeth and Princess Sophie.

Poesia

Elsie was a popular English actress and singer during the Edwardian era, best known for her starring role in the hit London premiere of Franz Lehár’s operetta The Merry Widow. “Perhaps her face is nearer.

Another Habsburg in costume. Kaiserin Sissi´s youngest daughter, Archduchess Marie Valerie in a Rococco´s costume. 1888

Another Habsburg in costume. Kaiserin Sissi´s youngest daughter, Archduchess Marie Valerie (sister of Rudolf) in a Rococco costume.

A Balmoral was a  long woollen petticoat which was popularized by Queen Victoria at  Balmoral Castle in Scotland.  Usually of striped fabric, it was worn  immediately beneath the dress so that it showed below the skirt. The woman wearing a Balmoral in this “carte de visite” is Rachel Bodley (1831-1888), the first female chemistry professor at Philadelphia’s Women’s Medical College from 1865 to 1873.

The woman wearing a Balmoral ( long woollen petticoat) in this “carte de visite” is Rachel Bodley the first female chemistry professor at Philadelphia’s Women’s Medical College from 1865 to Hat, microscope, books

Edwardian picture ca. 1910//

Late Victorian photo, probably of three actresses, from the Theatre Division of The New York Public Library digital collections.

This Edwardian photograph was taken in 1912 of a mother and 7 beautiful daughters.

A portrait of a Mother and her seven daughters don't often see people in these old photos that are beautiful by modern standards. These girls are unusually beautiful. Hard to guess which one is the mother.

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sweet little playing with her dolls. Do little girls play with dolls anymore?

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