No vender of any article in the world makes a greater display than the Limonadiere of Paris.
This way of carrying loads is common in France. A wooden frame is secured to the shoulders, and rests upon the whole surface of the back to the hips.
THE entry into France by Dieppe is particularly striking, it resembles very much an old English town.
The packets from Brighton to Dieppe, when in sight of the harbour, are taken possession of by French pilots
The peasantry, the fishermen, the postillions, all classes below the bourgeoisie, are now, as they were formerly, dressed in heavy, cumbrous woolen cloth.
Woman folk clothing from the Quimper Region Brittany France. Costumes Nationaux by Lepage Medvey, Editions Hyperion, 1939. Gallery: Traditional French national costumes
Woman folk clothing from the Bethmale Valley, Pyrenees. Costumes Nationaux by Lepage Medvey, Editions Hyperion, 1939. Gallery: Traditional French national costumes
Man from Provence, France.
Woman from Arles, Provence.