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Subject:  Women  Decade:  1900  Sort by:  Relevance
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Women 
Image  c1905  Two women sitting in wooded area on a tree-stump. One wearing a white dress and hat, the other seated behind her holding her hat on her lap. Woman with hat on her knee is also in 881-001, 006, 007, 008, 025, 032, 039. Woman in white dress also in 881-007.
Family 
Image  [ca. 1905]  Six women, two men, one baby girl standing behind bolts of fabric in a store. Glass negative image. Woman with baby same as 001, 006, 007, 008, 025, 032, 039.
Group of Women 
Image  April 1905  Five women standing together indoors. Glass negative image. Same occasion as 881-056, 058, 059.
Group of Women 
Image  April 1905  Five women sewing and trimming hats. Note calendar on the wall behind them. Glass negative image. Same occasion as 881-056, 057.
Women Wearing Hats 
Image  September 1905  Three women, one standing, two sitting wearing elaborate hats. Note hat company poster behind them reading "Averhill and Kissock, Montreal, Fall 1905", calendar for the Dominion Life Insurance Company, Berlin (Kitchener) Glass negative image.
Couple 
Image  [between 1902 and 1907]  Portrait of man and woman, he in a suit and tie and she in a frilly blouse with necklace. T. Eaton Company was a photographer in Toronto between 1902 and 1907. Photographer's name printed at the bottom.
Woman and Baby 
Image  [ca. 190-]  Woman wearing large hat standing on sidewalk by a wicker baby carriage containing a baby and a small dog or puppy. Note the dirt road behind her.
Woman and Baby 
Image  [between 1896 and 1910]  Woman holding baby. Woman is facing baby who is wearing a long, white dress. Green and Company were photographers in Kitchener between 1896 and 1910. See also 872-365. Photographer's name printed at bottom.
Woman 
Image  [ca. 189-]  ...Tintypes were patented in 1854 and were commonplace for decades. Before the carte de visite, they were the only alternative to more expensive types of photographs. In the 1890s they were popular as a quick and inexpensive image, but their use waned in the early 1900s. ...
Women 
Image  [ca. 189-]  ...Tintypes were patented in 1854 and were commonplace for decades. Before the carte de visite, they were the only alternative to more expensive types of photographs. In the 1890s they were popular as a quick and inexpensive image, but their use waned in the early 1900s. ...
Women 
Image  [ca. 189-]  ...Tintypes were patented in 1854 and were commonplace for decades. Before the carte de visite, they were the only alternative to more expensive types of photographs. In the 1890s they were popular as a quick and inexpensive image, but their use waned in the early 1900s. ...
Woman 
Image  10 March 1900  Head and shoulders portrait of woman wearing elaborate hat. Written on reverse; "Mar. 10th 1910; to Maggie".
Woman 
Image  27 March 1902  Head and shoulders portrait of a woman. Written on reverse; "Dear Cousin Maggie with love Jennie Mar. 27/02".
Woman 
Image  1903  Head and shoulders portrait of a woman. Addison Moyer was a photographer in Waterloo from 1896 to his death in 1929. Written on reverse; "Maggie 1903".
Woman 
Image  19 July 1904  Photograph of woman wearing hair bow, white dress, and locket. Addison Moyer was a photographer in Waterloo from 1896 to his death in 1929. Written on reverse; "Waterloo July 19, 04 from Jennie to M. McD".
Woman 
Image  28 August 1904  Photograph of woman wearing ruffled dress with a heart brooch on the high collar. Addison Moyer was a photographer in Waterloo from 1896 to his death in 1929. Written on reverse; "Aug. 28/04 Waterloo, Ont. Margaret from Sadie R. 1904"
Woman at Piano 
Image  2 January 1905  Photograph of woman sitting in front of piano holding sheet music. Note the photographs on top of the piano and the rack of sheet music to the left. Written on reverse; "Berlin, January 2 1905".
Woman 
Image  23 January 1905  Portrait of woman wearing coat, fur collar, fur muff and hat with large white feather on top. Addison Moyer was a photographer in Waterloo from 1896 to his death in 1929. Written on reverse: "Waterloo January 23 1905".
Women and Children 
Image  [ca. 191-]  Photograph of group of three women and two children sitting on grass holding baskets of flowers, with a boy standing behind. One woman seated in a chair. One woman is sitting on a hammock.
Men and Women 
Image  [between 1896 and 1910]  Portrait of two men and two women dressed in coats and hats. Green and Company (A.S. Green) were photographers in Kitchener between 1896 and 1910. Photographer's name printed at bottom left.

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