Explore Edmund Dulac, The Land, and more!

Explore related topics

I like how this painting by Edmund Dulac illustrates the importance of uniformity within fashion during the early 20th century (1917). On the painting you will find a member of the Land Army, a nurse and a munitions worker.

I like how this painting by Edmund Dulac illustrates the importance of uniformity within fashion during the early century On the painting you will find a member of the Land Army, a nurse and a munitions worker.

Burke, Billie, Miss. It was created between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing.

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Billie Burke: 1918 Washington, D., native Billie Burke in her hometown circa Some 20 years later she would attain pop-culture immortality as Glinda the Good Witch in "The Wizard of Oz.

Italy A woman and child use newspapers and wax to make WWI ration heaters - 6 giugno 1917   #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Charles Martin and Ethel M. Bagg: Italy, a woman and child use newspapers and wax to make WWI ration heaters - 6 giugno 1917

Female ticket collectors employed by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway in position on the gate at Victoria Station in Manchester. By 1918, the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway was employing 4,459 women throughout its network of stations.

Q Female ticket collectors employed by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway in position on the gate at Victoria Station in Manchester. By 1918 the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway was employing 4 459 women throughout its network of stations

On munitions - skilled work

Artwork details Artist Archibald Standish Hartrick Title Women’s Work: On Munitions - Skilled Work From The Great War: Britain's Efforts and Ideals Date Medium Lithograph on paper Dimensions Image: 464 x 360 mm

Four nursing sisters look out of the windows of the New Zealand Stationary Hospital, Wisques, France

Vintage New Zealand nurses in newly launched Army Nursing service. –WWII -- 65 Photos of Vintage Nurses—Nurses Through the Centuries

сестры Zinkeisen (Anna Katrina и Doris Clare) Шотландия

“Saint John ambulance officer and cadets brigade, WWII paintings by scottish Ana K. Zinkeisen painted in under commission.

By choosing a white suit, the presidential nominee honored the women who had gone before her.

Why Hillary Wore White

White was the color worn by both American and British suffragettes in the early By choosing a white suit, HIllary Clinton, the presidential nominee at the Democratic National Convention, honored the women who had gone before her.

As male transport workers were recruited to fight in the First World War, their jobs were often taken up by women. This poster celebrates the contributions which Underground staff made to the war effort on the Home Front as well as in the armed forces. The women fitters depicted in the central image are carrying out very similar manual duties to the men represented in the borders.  --  WWI propaganda poster (Great Britain, UK), 1918.  Artist: Archibald Standish Hartrick.

War work - playing the game, women fitters - lithograph

WW1. "Lloyd George's Munition Girls", front cover of a book describing women's…

WW1. "Lloyd George's Munition Girls", front cover of a book describing women's…

mental hospital nurses 1936  Absolutely fascinating article if you click through to the website printed in a 1930's LIFE magazine

Pilgrim State Hospital, Brentwood, NY - Pre-frontal lobotomies were performed at Pilgrim starting in and by 1959 as many as to lobotomies were performed here; most procedures were done in the central medical building

Archibald Standish Hartrick ‘Women’s Work: On the Railway - Engine and Carriage Cleaners’, c.1917

Archibald Standish Hartrick, 'Women's Work: On the Railway - Engine and Carriage Cleaners' circa 1917

The Rules of Style by Gloria Steinem - Man Repeller

The Rules of Style by Gloria Steinem

Pinterest
Search