Lady Clementina Hawarden is rated as one of the most influential Victorian fine art photographers, blazing the way for women in the profession when it was dominated by men. Above, one of her daughter's, Isabella Grace, strikes a pose in the
original pinner: ca. [tintype portrait of a woman smiling coyly from behind a handkerchief], S. Shattuck via the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Photography Collections Coy is an understatement. I love this photo.
Group of Victorian women facing backward. Unidentified photographer Ladies' hairstyles 1880 (ca) Tintype 7 x 5 in
Kids with ' dark" hands. Many would think they were gloves. Upon closer inspection, IMHO you would find that the hands were dye stained. Clothing business of their parents or even from trying to assist the family on the outside with endeavors of their own.