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Did your ancestral mother's work outside the home either before or after marriage? He labeled the images with the name of the tailor: Boleslaw Cwalina. The clues are in the fashion plates hung over the head of the clerk. Baltimore, Md." So the women in this photo appear to be making coats for customers to try on.
Having learned in the previous blog how photograph compositions and studio settings changed over the years, we now look closely at what our forebears are wearing in old photographs.
In any kind of portrait it is often the subject's clothing that engages us most: fashion history is a fascinating topic and recognising the modes of different eras is an invaluable tool when trying to date unlabelled photographs.
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Other towns held chariot races, foot races, baseball games and other sporting events. Look for Fourth of July clues in your family pictures: How to Learn About Working Women in Old Family Photos Posted by Maureen March is known as Women's History Month.
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