[tintype portrait of Sue Baker, a madam from Philadelphia] Accompanying the photo is a warrant dated 1887 for her arrest that reads: “ “defendant has been informed and vainly believes…[she.
an unidentified soldier, who left this image of himself, a woman and two children with Mrs. Lee of Corinth, Mississippi, on the eve of the battle of Shiloh. The soldier never reclaimed his image and was presumed to have been killed in battle.
[tintype portrait of California sharpshooter Lillian Smith, armed with a Stevens Tip-Up rifle] “ Smith was hired by “Buffalo Bill” Cody to appear with his Wild West troop in Almost immediately, she was seen to be Annie Oakley’s.
Madam Dora DuFran or Dora Bolshaw (née Amy Helen Dorothea Bolshaw) (November 1868 – August was one of the leading and most successful madams in the Old West days of Deadwood, South Dakota.
OLD WEST PROSTITUTES: THE PUBLIC ARCH SHOOTING
Madam Etta Clark came by train - petite, and five foot tall - she brought with her a mean temper and a fiery mouth. She must of had some charms because it was said she had a way with some of El Paso’s better heeled gentlemen.
Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch was an outlaw gang of the American Old West…
Soap Suds Sally, a Tombstone soiled dove
Mary Ann Ross worked as a prostitute and was convicted of theft of money many times, but on this occasion her sentence was for 6 months in Newcastle City Gaol. Age (on discharge): 34 Height: Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue Place of Birth: Edinburgh Status: Widow
In September Alice Stebbins Wells became the first female police officer with arrest powers in the US. Women previously served in law enforcement primarily for the care of female prisoners. Wells, a former social worker, served in Los Angeles, CA.
Catherine "Skittles" Walters, 1839 to
A moda gestante e a gravidez no século XIX
A heavily pregnant, upper-class Victorian woman - mid 1039 x 1600
Private Thomas W. Timberlake of Co. G, Virginia Infantry found this childs portrait on the battlefield of Port Republic, Virginia, between the bodies of a Confederate soldier and a Federal soldier civil-war
Mother and daughter pictured listening to a radio above the bed at bed time. Pie Town, New Mexico about
Sisters Lucretia Electa and Louisa Ellen Crossett in identical skirts, blouses, and jewelry with weaving shuttles. Sixth-plate, hand-colored ambrotype.
This cloth banner celebrates the electoral victory of Thomas Jefferson over John Adams.
A preserved piece of American Civil War hardtack with a tintype portrait of Union soldier Augustus Bigelow Hayes embedded in it which was taken after he was wounded at the Battle of Stones River while serving with the Ohio Volunteer Infantry.