vintage 1914 photo

1914 This could be a girl slightly older than Pollyanna. Many still had long, uncut hair. It would not usually have been piled high (as in Gibson Girl time) but hair was usually arranged to extend around the head and come out some from the sides.

Utterly beautiful portrait of a Mother and her daughters - all seven of them! 1912. Notice how the mother looks as young as her oldest daughters. True beauty!

A portrait of a Mother and her seven daughters don't often see people in these old photos that are beautiful by modern standards. These girls are unusually beautiful. Hard to guess which one is the mother.

Kalderash men. 1865. A photo from J.Ficowsky's book “Gypsies in Poland”.

A photo from J.Ficowsky's book “Gypsies in Poland”.now these guys know how to rock gypsy style

Lily Elsie, the most photographed woman of Edwardian times...

Lily Elsie was a popular English actress and singer during the Edwardian era, best known for her Pretty hair jewelry and necklace. Looks a lot like Rachel Weisz

Young school girl

Vintage Photo (circa unknown): Teen school girl heads off to school in the city carrying her books.

Unknown woman, date unknown

A terrifically beautiful, unidentified Edwardian woman - with really fabulous hair! And a beautiful portrait.

Cowgirl from the old west, 1886 - "It ain't the clothes that make the cowgirl, it's the attitude and heart." ~Unknown

Arizona female Scout women USA America pioneer wearing men's clothing pants breeches button down shirt fringe hat gloves gun horsewoman cowgirl western wear

Marion Davies, Beverly of Graustark, 1926 (costume by André-ani, Kathleen Kay, Maude Marsh) (photo by Ruth Harriet Louise)

An entry from pretty begonia

Marion Davies - 1926 - from 'Beverly of Graustark' - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise - Marion Davies (January 1897 – September was an American film actress, producer, screenwriter, and philanthropist.

Appalachian woman. The cast iron pots served women well. They were used for washing, rendering hog fat, etc. There must have been hundreds of uses.

The cast iron pots served women well. They were used for washing, rendering hog fat, etc. There must have been hundreds of uses. My grandma heated wash water in hers.

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