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Archive Edwardian or late Victorian portrait of two women, possibly sisters. CDV 1900-1910.
Ella Snyder portrait, was an English actress from the late victorian and Edwardian period, colour illustration from 1899
Antique c1890 photograph, group of Victorian women in a carriage with African-American man holding reins. Location: New England, USA. SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT.
Late Victorian or early Edwardian cabinet photo card portrait of young Edwardian woman holding a letter and wearing a sombre, dark dress, posing next to potted plant - an aspidistra which were popular plants at this time. circa 1901, Truro, Cornwall, U.K.
Antique c1906 photograph, Kermit Roosevelt. Kermit Roosevelt, MC (1889-1943) was an American businessman, soldier, explorer, and writer. The second son of Theodore Roosevelt, Kermit was a graduate of Harvard University, served in both World Wars, and explored two continents with his father. SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHIC NEGATIVE.
AJAXNETPHOTO. 1890-1914 (APPROX). LOCATION UNKNOWN. - SCHOOL PORTRAIT - CLASS GROUP POSING FOR THE CAMERA. PHOTOGRAPHER:UNKNOWN © DIGITAL IMAGE COPYRIGHT AJAX VINTAGE PICTURE LIBRARY SOURCE: AJAX VINTAGE PICTURE LIBRARY COLLECTION REF:AVL_172109_9
Antique circa 1910 engraving of Robert Louis Stevenson by Samuel Hollyer. Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson (13 November 1850 - 3 December 1894) was a Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, and travel writer. His most famous works are Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Portrait of Victorian lady late 1800s dsca 1996
Antique c1900 photograph, toddler girl with horse toy. SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHIC NEGATIVE.
Antique 1891 cabinet card photograph of Jennie Joyce, produced as a promotional item for the Newsboy tobacco company. Jennie Joyce was an actress in New York with a troubled personal life. SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH.
Antique c1900 photograph, toddler girl standing in front of a mirror. SOURCE: ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHIC NEGATIVE.
Circa 1910s photograph, toddler and his baby brother or sister in Edwardian dress.