A Victorian family on the beach, ca 1880s

A Victorian family on the beach. The photography was done by Isaac Levey of Bournemouth and Lambeth. Bournemouth beach (UK), about

Tea in the garden, Brisbane, c. 1890.

State Library Queensland - Taking tea in the garden, Photographer: Unidentified Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Description: Two women, two girls and a young boy having a tea party in their garden in the

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George was forced by his parents to dress up as his deceased twin sister and the basket he's holding contains bay leaves, which in the Victorian language of flowers means "I change but in death".

1860's swimwear!

In the early Victorian era women had worn serge or dark flannel bathing dresses, but by the two piece belted costumes replaced the earlier styles. Picture of ladies wearing early/mid Victorian swimwear.

Komona's trips to the ocean in Europe were a little different.  Bruised little legs- allowed to take off her braces, thank god.  But the cane was still needed.

Komona's trips to the ocean in Europe were a little different. Bruised little legs- allowed to take off her braces, thank god. But the cane was still needed.

Studio portrait of deceased twin infants in coffins. They are Robert  and Janet Fitzpatrick, born July 5, 1885, and died April 20, 1886,  children of Robert and Martha Fitzpatrick.

This is one of the Charles Van Schaick photographs that was used in the book "Wisconsin Death Trip." It's a portrait of deceased twin infants in coffins: Robert and Janet Fitzpatrick were born on July and died April

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