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Costume Parisien. Coeffure ondée, à la Titus. Tunique de crêpe sur une robe de taffetas

A tailors wedding

French fashion plates

Prevailing fashions, Vol. 5, p. 226

Building containing a tailor, dry goods, and fancy goods stores, Danvers, Mass.

[Building containing a tailor, dry goods, and fancy goods stores, Danvers, Mass.]

[Building containing a tailor, dry goods, and fancy goods stores, Danvers, Mass.]

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[View of a Taylor Shop, Main Street, Hackensack.]

View of a Taylor Shop, Main Street, Hackensack.

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Tailors, Hindoos, Madras.

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Page 5: [Bounded by (Chelsea), W. 36th Street (Fashion Center), (Sixth Avenue), W. Fifteenth Street and Hudson River.]

Page 8: [Bounded by W. 57th Street, Eighth Avenue (Fashion Center), W. 37th Street and Hudson River.]

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

Le Follet

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Interior View of T. F. Woodward's Boot & Shoe store. 74 Main St. …. Batavia …. New York. Ladies ask for Cook & Lounsbury's fine shoes, they are the best shoes sold for the money. ; Interior View of J. C. Barnes & Co's store. 96 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. Merchant Tailors, dealers in Youths Boys and Children's clothing & Gents Furnishing goods. Batavia, N.Y. ; Flavoring extracts and essences of my own manufacture } G. G. Elmore, Wholesale and Retail Druggist. School, Blank, Books and Stationery. Orders filled with care at lowest prices. 92 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. { Elmore condition power for Horses, and Cattle, warranted to give satisfaction. ; Interior View of J. A. Clark's Jewelry store, No. 90 Main St. Batavia, N.Y. Established in 1834. ; Interior View of Southworth & Simpson's Foreigh & Domestic Dry Goods store. No. 101 Main St., Batavia, N.Y. ; Interior View of C. Houghton's Dental Parlors, over 98 Main St., Batavia, New York.

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

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Toilettes de visite et de réception

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DINNER] TO THE DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION OF THE MERCHANT TAILOR'S NATIONAL EXCHANGE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA [held by] MERCHANT TAILOR'S SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK [at] "THE BRUNSWICK, NEW YORK" (HOTEL)

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How d'ye do Cholly boy?

How d'ye do Cholly boy?

How d'ye do Cholly boy?

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How d'ye do Cholly boy?

How d'ye do Cholly boy?

How d'ye do Cholly boy?

How d'ye do Cholly boy?

Since Trilby came to town

Since Trilby came to town

Since Trilby came to town

Since Trilby came to town

Since Trilby came to town

Since Trilby came to town

Since Trilby came to town

If I only had a job

If I only had a job

As long as it pleases the ladies

Girls, girls, beautiful girls

Darktown is out to-night

If I only had a job

As long as it pleases the ladies

If I only had a job

Darktown is out to-night

Darktown is out to-night

If I only had a job

If I only had a job

Darktown is out to-night

Darktown is out to-night

Darktown is out to-night

I want a real coon

Darktown is out to-night

If I only had a job

Girls, girls, beautiful girls

Darktown is out to-night

Darktown is out to-night

As long as it pleases the ladies

As long as it pleases the ladies

I want a real coon

Darktown is out to-night

As long as it pleases the ladies

As long as it pleases the ladies

Darktown is out to-night

Girls, girls, beautiful girls

If I only had a job

I want a real coon

I want a real coon

Darktown is out to-night

I want a real coon

I want a real coon

Girls, girls, beautiful girls

If I only had a job

Darktown is out to-night

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