Her picture taken after death, the stand holds her up. Victorians imortalised their beloved ones with post-mortem photographs which were, in many cases, the only photograph a family had of the deceased due to the high cost of photography.
vintage everyday: Lady Florence Norman, a suffragette, on her motor-scooter in travelling to work at offices in London where she was a supervisor. The scooter was a birthday present from her husband, the journalist and Liberal politician Sir Henry Norman.
Prohibition: Women like this would come together because they were against alcohol and drinking. They would make up mottos like "Lips that touch liquor shall not touch ours", stating that they will have no interest in anybody who drinks.
"Street Life in London" by John Thomson Public Disinfectors - “They receive sixpence an hour for disinfecting houses and removing contaminated clothing and furniture, and these are such busy times that they often work twelve hours a day.
Street style 1906: Edward Linley Sambourne’s fashion blog
Make one special photo charms for you, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. A formally dressed woman in a white dress and a black handbag walks along the street in London, on 15 June 1908 // Edward Linley Sambourne