RM2BDAM0B–Cabinet card of fashionable, elegant, attractive beautiful Victorian young lady wearing a hat, summer white dress circa 1898, taken in a studio, London, England, U.K.
RMKRD21A–A young Victorian woman poses in the photographer's studio, wearing a stylish dress with a high collar and embroidery on the bodice and cuffs. She is seated in profile, with a white feather fan in her hand. Date: circa 1890s
RMPEDN45–Black and white print depicting Mrs Betsey Freeland, a slim woman wearing a Victorian dress, white cap, and apron, pointing her finger as she chastises abolitionist, reform leader, writer, and statesman, Frederick Douglass, for encouraging several young men to try to run away from their slave owner, with a small boy behind her and three men at right, presumably with Douglass at center, shoeless and wearing a checked shirt, with a white man visible in the background, 1882. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RMMX6CYK–Rochester, Kent, UK. 03rd June, 2018. Participants in Victorian costume at the anual Rochester Dickens festival Credit: lifes all white/Alamy Live News
RMCTJKX4–a woman in a white, Victorian dress standing in the water
RMJD0MXY–Pretty young teenage, 14-15, woman standing in park dressed up in Victorian costume. White dress with blue flowers and lacy hat tied with big blue ribbon. Side view.
RM2DAFH3X–Antique c1880 photograph, three Victorian women, perhaps mother and daughters, in mourning. SOURCE: ORIGINAL CABINET CARD
RMMA0CE6–Young woman dressed as a bridesmaid in late Victorian England. She is wearing round spectacles, and is dressed entirely in white, with an elaborate white flowered hat.
RF2AE2NGA–Woman in a white Victorian dress in an autumn park
RFE1HRCA–Portrait of beautiful woman in victorian era gown dress. Renaissance or baroque style
RMDEHGG3–Victorian woman. 1890s Victorian fashion from Paris by designer CALLOT SOEURS circa 1898
RMCPN1R2–Victorian Woman Taking Dog for a Walk in the Woods
RMDRBE9A–Portrait of a woman in period dress in front of an early two-seat tricycle. Photographed around 1900.