Color illustration depicting eight girls, wearing Victorian dresses and aprons, with their hair up in buns, carrying out a variety of sewing related activities, in a workroom at the Girls' Industrial Home on 14th street in New York City, from the front page of volume number 51 of the 'Christian Herald and Signs of Our Times, ' edited by Reverand T De Witt Talmage DD, and published by The Christian Herald, New York, 1896. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()

Color illustration depicting eight girls, wearing Victorian dresses and aprons, with their hair up in buns, carrying out a variety of sewing related activities, in a workroom at the Girls' Industrial Home on 14th street in New York City, from the front page of volume number 51 of the 'Christian Herald and Signs of Our Times, ' edited by Reverand T De Witt Talmage DD, and published by The Christian Herald, New York, 1896. Courtesy Internet Archive. () Stock Photo
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4066 x 5500 px | 34.4 x 46.6 cm | 13.6 x 18.3 inches | 300dpi

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Color illustration depicting eight girls, wearing Victorian dresses and aprons, with their hair up in buns, carrying out a variety of sewing related activities, in a workroom at the Girls' Industrial Home on 14th street in New York City, from the front page of volume number 51 of the 'Christian Herald and Signs of Our Times, ' edited by Reverand T De Witt Talmage DD, and published by The Christian Herald, New York, 1896. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()

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