Coffee picker from Costa Rica in traditional clothes. Costa Rica, the catering and preparation of the coffee crop generally begin in November and continue until April. Illustration by Jo Bartas
Woman from cuba in traditional rumba costume.
Ecuador woman with Panama hat 1930s. Babies swing in cloths or shawls knotted over the mother´s shoulders. Natives of Ecuador´s province of Manabe weave from fine palm fiber the so… Read More
Native of Dutch Guiana in traditional folk dress 1930s. The three Guianas – British, Dutch and French – are the only South American countries under European domination; all the others are… Read More
Peasant from Uruguay in traditional folk dress.
Tierra del Fuego in South America.
Mexican street scene in 1863. Costumes of different ethnicities.
Milk seller from Guadeloupe. Milk seller from Guadeloupe. A West Indian inhabitant. Cruising among the Caribbees, summer days in winter months (1895) by Charles Augustus Stoddard. (Free eBook)
A West Indian Type Woman c. 1900. From the book: Cruising among the Caribbees; summer days in winter months (1903), by Charles Augustus Stoddard (free eBook)
Costumes of Mexican Aztec 1500 AD. At the time of arrival of the Spaniards led by Hernán Cortés. 1,2. Common women, 3. Priestess, 4. King, 5-8. Warriors, 9. High priest… Read More