Dress Cartoons

Man admiring his patterned clothes in the mirror

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Boy playing and sundayschool teacher

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XI. - New fashions.

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Priest being photographed in ritualistic figure

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Women's Fashion - Bonnets

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Lady in 'calash' head-dress, 1780

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Women wearing wig and gown

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Swells discussing thier coats

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A bit of serious pantomime. - A message from the Lords.

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Refinements of Modern Speech

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Anti-Sweatshop Campaign

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A fashionably dressed man wearing stripes in 1791

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The Ladies of the Creation - Bloomerism. - No. II.

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The sea-side hat - A hint to to materfamilias

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Trilby - 'Et maintenant dors, ma mignonne!'

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The Ladies of the Creation - Bloomerism. - No. IV. - A poser for a Bloomer

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Hairdrasser offering lady a chair

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Lady imitating fashion

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King Henry VIII and Anna Boleyne.

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Moska - For A Symons's Article on Dieppe

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Guests arriving on the wrong day for a fancy ball

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Men talking about the boots of the period

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The Ladies of the Creation - Bloomerism. - No. XII. - The heiress.

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Imported French fashion in 1799

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The Ladies of the Creation - Bloomerism. - No. XIII. - The sailor.

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