Morning devotions in a Dutch orphanage.

19th century historical costumes. traditional dutch orphanage costume.

Morning devotions in a Dutch orphanage 1880.

Morning devotions in a Dutch orphanage 1880. by Walter Firle.

19th century historical costumes. Jubilee Art Exhibition 1885

Note:  Orphaned children costumes. Amsterdam 1843.

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