Coshois at Dieppe, Seine-Maritime, 1821.
The island of Marmora, according to Strabo, was known to the ancients by the name of Proconnesus.
Les Élégances Parisiennes. Modes D’Enfants, 1916. Modèles de Chéruit.
Infant Capuchin in monastic garb.
Veiled Egyptian Woman with child. The Oriental Album. Characters, costumes, and modes of life, in the valley of the Nile by James Augustus St. John (1801-1875). Painting by Emile Prisse… Read More
Mohongo, an Osage Woman with her child. Native American. OF the early life of this female we know nothing; and, perhaps, little could be gathered that would be worthy of… Read More
Keokuk chief of the Sac and Fox, 1832. Chief Keokuk (Kiyo`kaga c 1780-1848), a chief of the Sauk or Sac tribe. As chief of the Sauk and Fox, he was one of… Read More
Traditional Dutch costumes from South Beveland, province of Zeeland. Traditional Netherlands Costumes by Gratiane de Gardilanne and Elizabeth Whitney Moffatt; Published by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., London 1912.
Dutch costumes from Hindeloopen on the Zuiderzee, province Friesland.
Traditional Holland costumes from Staphorst and Rouveen. Traditional Netherlands Costumes by Gratiane de Gardilanne and Elizabeth Whitney Moffatt; Published by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., London 1912.