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Venetiana signorile

Altre donne mentre si fanno biondo i capelli

Vita del lascivo

Cortigiana famosa

Meretrici pubbliche

Noble dame de Honduras

A Venetian Courtesan

[Title page.]

Danse cosaque...Mademoiselle Fanny Elssler

Portfolio cover

Elbicei Atika Musée des Anciens Costumes Turcs de Constantinople, par Jean Brindesi

Sketches of Character & Costume [Title page]

Tipy naselenii Penzenskoi gubernii

Le Follet

Toilettes de Mme. Breant-Castel

Prinzesskleid aus Seidenreps. Rück- und Vorderansicht Nr. 91 und 92, Seite 8

Portrait of a woman, Bahia, Brazil

Toilettes de visite et de réception

"Ein peinliches Missverständnis" (Fliegende Blätter, München 1886); "Eine überaus praktische Tournure, Madame, ..." (Journal pour rire, Paris 1886) S. 192, Abb. 241, 242

Helping Papa

Arrow collars. Cluett shirts.

Ladies' home journal patterns will put style into your new dress.

Ralston health shoe for men and women.

America's premier pants line is ready. Cohen Goldman & Co. pants makers New York.

Whitman's chocolates and confections. Philadelphia.

Ayer's sarsaparilla. "Worth $5 a bottle."

Lowney's chocolate bonbons.

King quality shoe for men.

Arrow collars. Cluett shirts. Saturday evening post, Oct 8 1910.

Calder's saponaceous dentine for the teeth.

Marvel shoes for little men & little women.

Arrow collars & shirts. Saturday evening post, April 12, 1913.

Arrow collars and Cluett shirts.

Price list; B. Kuppenheimer & Co.; Chicago, Nov. 1, 1899.

Arrow collars, Cluett shirts

Old Peter Stuyvesant on the cover of the Fall style book

Adjiki, fils de Tofa, chef de Porto-Novo (Dahomey). Malgré son magnifique uniforme, adjiki ne porte plus le titre de roi que lui avait légué son père.

Catarro and the road to Montenegro

Arrow collars & shirts

The history of the feminine costume of the world from the year 5318 B.C. to our century. China, Japan, Egypt, Assyria, Persia, India Greece, Rome, Orient.

The easygoing cottons page 26

Picking up tea boxes & carrying them away.

Carnivale in Campo Santo Stefano

[Illustrated title page.]

Entrance to the Khyber Pass from Punjaub

Padichah, Sultan Mahmoud II, Kehaya-Bey, Ministre de I' Intérieur, Sadr' Azam, Grand-Vizir

Souvenirs d' Égypte par Alex. Bida et E. Barbot

Gezo,King of Dahomey.

Turkish Ladies Recreating

Le Follet: Toilettes de Mme. Delacroix, Pl. 700

Un roi de Nouveau-Calabar

Femmes Turcomanes.

Musiri, o chefe da Garanganja.

Period about 1775.

Didi, Griot, Crieur public à Kita.

Eia Imperatorskoe Velichestvo Gosudarynia Imperatritsa Aleksandra Feodorovna (v odezhde Tsaritsy Marii Il'inichny)

Three women standing on the front porch of a home in the South.

A Pagan King in the Bautchi country.

Esclavos negros.

Río Utamboni. Mebonde. Pamues Atamakak.


The history of the feminine costume of the world. The symbolism of the Chinese costumes. [Title page.]

Imported French fabrics.

The trend to bows translated in cotton page 40

Packing tea.

B Bit It

Perrette, le pot au lait sur la tête, entre en chantant: scène IV

Costumes des Indiens, pour représenter l'Inca et sa femme.

Billy Waters.

Young Italian, 1400; Tunic flowered damask[?] [At lower right:] Giotto.

Indian and attendants.

Yenitcheri Acasi, Chef du Corps des Jamissaires, Reis-Efendi, Ministe. de l'extérr, Tchaouch Bachi Chatir, Exécuteur des hautes œuvres.

Copte (Écrivain), A Copt (Writer)

Greek Priests (Corfu)

Femme sénégalaise

Ein typischer Neger aus dem Sudan.

Un traitant de la Côte de l'Or.

Period about 1800.

Eia Imperatorskoe Vysochestvo Velikaia Kniaginia Mariia Pavlovna (Nariad boiaryni kontsa XVII veka)

Enter! Wash dress fabrics. The H.B. Claflin Company.

[The thirty-seven nats] 1. Thagyá nat. 2. Mahágirí nat.

Lagos types.

Mujer balengue [Río Benito.]

Women's secret society of Gabon

Turkish woman. Mostar

C Cut It

Drying in ovens & carrying [?] packers.

Habit of the grand seignior in 1749. Le grand seignior.

Egyptian female

Jemmy Lovel.

Woman carrying the milk cans.

Eene, naar de markt graande: Chilena.

Umeers of Sinde, a Sindian woman, priest and soldier, ancient of the Indus.

Kazaskier, Grand Juge, Captan Pacha, Grand Amiral, Tschokadar, Officier de l' Amirauté

Dame du Caire, A Lady of Cairo

A Soldier of the Turkish Irregulars (Sketched in Albania)

Turkish and Armenian Ladies Abroad

Jeune fille allant à l'aiguade

Fortresse Turcomane.


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