These photo's were taken by amateur photographer Augustus Shermaqn who worked as the Chief Registry Clerk on Ellis Island from everyday: This Is What America’s Immigrants Looked Like When They Arrived on Ellis Island
Nordhordlandsbunad - The red bodice/white apron variation was used as the party dress, and a black bodice/black apron variation was worn for everyday use. Drill pins could be worn in either silver or gold.
Nordhordlandsbunader for mann og kvinne (svart variasjon). Married women would in many traditions wear "skauts" a square cloth to cover up their hair. unmarried would wear smaller black hats that allowed long plaits to be seen.