Womens fashion at an Official ball during the French Empire in 1804. White remained a very popular color for women during the Empire period.
The costume of the Knights. Decorations. The principal provisions. The insignia of the Order.
France. The fashion of the dandies from 1801 to 1805. Paris in transition from Directoire to Empire.
Brittany (fr. Bretagne). Hairdresses of women and children: The Bigouden of Pont-l’Abbé and Cabelou. Women of Sables-d’Olonne. Saltwinning population of the Guérande peninsula: Costume of the married; the Ventel, church cloak.
The Clan Davidson (Daibhidh). THE evidence of the early date of this design rests entirely upon specimens in collections of old hard tartans.
Sardinian field worker from the Sassari area of Sardinia. Historical Italian folk costume from Sardinia.
Jack Rattenbury. The smugglers; picturesque chapters in the story of an ancient craft by Charles George Harper.
The Owlers sold wool out of England and secretly shipped it at night from the shores of Kent and Sussex.
Regimental dress 1793 to 1802. This is the only Campbell tartan in the collection made by the Highland Society of London in 1816-17.
St. Benedict. His Rule. The habit of the monks. Propagation of the order. Cluny. Fulda. Bursfeld. English Benedictines. Benedictines in the United States.