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Background imageHooped Collection: Marie Salle dancing, 1732, (1908). Creator: Unknown

Marie Salle dancing, 1732, (1908). Creator: Unknown
Marie Salle dancing, 1732, (1908). Mlle. Salle Dansant (1732). Marie Salle (1707-1756) was a French dancer and choreographer

Background imageHooped Collection: L accoudee, 1856-57. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson

L accoudee, 1856-57. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson
L accoudee, 1856-57

Background imageHooped Collection: The Gaze, 1856-57. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson

The Gaze, 1856-57. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson
The Gaze, 1856-57

Background imageHooped Collection: Dona Marianna Stampa Parravicina (born 1612), Condesa di Segrate. Creator: Unknown

Dona Marianna Stampa Parravicina (born 1612), Condesa di Segrate. Creator: Unknown
Dona Marianna Stampa Parravicina (born 1612), Condesa di Segrate

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for November, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for November, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for November, 1865. 1. Morning dress in violet silk...its shape, the "Gabrielle, " is to the last degree becoming; the trimmings at the back of the bodice

Background imageHooped Collection: Laying of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable: Sir Robert Peel addressing bystanders...at Valencia, 1865

Laying of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable: Sir Robert Peel addressing bystanders...at Valencia, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Laying of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable: Sir Robert Peel addressing the bystanders after the taking of the shore end of the cable to the Telegraph House at Valencia, 1865

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for June, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for June, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for June, 1864. Fig. 1. Walking Dress. Dark lilac poplin robe, trimmed with black passementerie ornaments. The corsage is cut in the style known as the corsage Imperatrice

Background imageHooped Collection: Shipping wild animals in the London Docks, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Shipping wild animals in the London Docks, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Shipping wild animals in the London Docks, 1864. Amidst the diverse commodities brought into the port of London by so many vessels from every region of the globe

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for May, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for May, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for May, 1864. Fig. 1. Dress for a Wedding Party. Mazarine blue moire antique robe, ornamented (above the deep lace flounce adorning the skirt) with three black velvet lozenges

Background imageHooped Collection: The Shakspeare Commemoration at Stratford-On-Avon: visit to Charlecote, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Shakspeare Commemoration at Stratford-On-Avon: visit to Charlecote, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Shakspeare Commemoration at Stratford-On-Avon: visit to Charlecote, 1864. Celebrating the tercentenary of William Shakespeare's birth

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for April, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for April, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for April, 1864. Fig. 1. Evening Dress. Dark-blue moire antique robe, trimmed with velvet...Each velvet ornament on the skirt is bordered with black lace

Background imageHooped Collection: Christmas Story-telling - drawn by J. E. Millais, 1862. Creator: Dalziel Brothers

Christmas Story-telling - drawn by J. E. Millais, 1862. Creator: Dalziel Brothers
Christmas Story-telling - drawn by J. E. Millais, 1862. Victorian family entertainment. From "Illustrated London News", 1862

Background imageHooped Collection: The Social Science Congress at New York: conversazione in the Assembly Rooms, Blake-street, 1864

The Social Science Congress at New York: conversazione in the Assembly Rooms, Blake-street, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Social Science Congress at New York: conversazione in the Assembly Rooms, Blake-street, 1864. From "Illustrated London News", 1864

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for October, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for October, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for October, 1864. Fig. 1. Evening Dress. Robe of white alpaca, ornamented with black lace insertion...Muslin chemisette, with collar and cuffs of embroidered muslin

Background imageHooped Collection: Cutting the first turf of the Carnarvon and Llanberis Railway, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Cutting the first turf of the Carnarvon and Llanberis Railway, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Cutting the first turf of the Carnarvon and Llanberis Railway, 1864. The railway...will not only afford great accommodation to...travellers

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for March, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for March, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for March, 1864. From "Illustrated London News", 1864

Background imageHooped Collection: 'Face to Face': Effie Blount's Explanation, 1862. Creator: Unknown

"Face to Face": Effie Blount's Explanation, 1862. Creator: Unknown
"Face to Face": Effie Blount's Explanation, 1862. Illustration to a short story by John Saunderss. From "Illustrated London News", 1862

Background imageHooped Collection: A Pictorial: the First Syllable, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson

A Pictorial: the First Syllable, 1864. Creator: Mason Jackson
A Pictorial: the First Syllable, 1864. Christmas entertainment. From "Illustrated London News", 1864

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for January 1865, (1864). Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for January 1865, (1864). Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for January 1865, (1864). Fig. 1. Evening Dress. Robe of pale rose-coloured taffety, the corsage a ceinture ornamented with a sort of basquine composed of black velvet bands trimmed

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for December, 1862. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for December, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for December, 1862. Fig. 1. Evening Dress. Robe of stout corded apple-green taffety...with a guipure on a white ground; the sleeves are also trimmed with a similar transparent guipure

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for November, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for November, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for November, 1864. Fig. 1. Morning Dress. This is altogether an "at home" costume, the colour of the dress being generally light, over a gay-coloured jupe

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for December, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for December, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for December, 1864. Fig. 1. Walking Dress. Grey poplin robe, trimmed on the body and skirt with black dentated velvet and long chenille fringe...The corsage is a basques

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for August, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for August, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for August, 1864. Fig. 1. Walking Dress. Robe and paletot of grey foulard, with three rows of dark violet silk and passementerie trimming on the skirt; round the edge of the paletot

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for September, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for September, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for September, 1864. Fig. 1. Walking Dress. Green silk dress, deeply vandyked, each tooth being ornamented with rich white guipure

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris fashions for February, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Paris fashions for February, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Paris fashions for February, 1864. Fig. 1. Walking Dress. Dark brown silk robe, trimmed round the bottom of the skirt with a wide band of black velvet

Background imageHooped Collection: La Comtesse de Castiglione en Reine de la Nuit, 1863-67. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson

La Comtesse de Castiglione en Reine de la Nuit, 1863-67. Creator: Pierre-Louis Pierson
La Comtesse de Castiglione en Reine de la Nuit, 1863-67

Background imageHooped Collection: Maria Luisa of Parma (1751-1819), Later Queen of Spain, 1765. Creator: Laurent Pecheux

Maria Luisa of Parma (1751-1819), Later Queen of Spain, 1765. Creator: Laurent Pecheux
Maria Luisa of Parma (1751-1819), Later Queen of Spain, 1765

Background imageHooped Collection: The Dowager Queen Lovisa Ulrika of Sweden, 1775. Creator: Lorens Pasch the Younger

The Dowager Queen Lovisa Ulrika of Sweden, 1775. Creator: Lorens Pasch the Younger
The Dowager Queen Lovisa Ulrika of Sweden, 1775

Background imageHooped Collection: Isabella of Bourbon. First Queen of King Philip IV, 1614-1660. Creator: Diego Velasquez

Isabella of Bourbon. First Queen of King Philip IV, 1614-1660. Creator: Diego Velasquez
Isabella of Bourbon. First Queen of King Philip IV, 1614-1660

Background imageHooped Collection: Miss Lindahl, portrait photograph, 1918 Oct. 1. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Miss Lindahl, portrait photograph, 1918 Oct. 1. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Miss Lindahl, portrait photograph, 1918 Oct. 1. Possibly a portrait of Swedish actress Anna Lindahl

Background imageHooped Collection: Fashion Plate (Carriage Costume), 1826. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann

Fashion Plate (Carriage Costume), 1826. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann
Fashion Plate (Carriage Costume), 1826

Background imageHooped Collection: Scarborough Spa - from a sketch by Miss Claxton, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Scarborough Spa - from a sketch by Miss Claxton, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Scarborough Spa - from a sketch by Miss Claxton, 1858. Resort on the coast of Yorkshire. Apart from the excellent qualities of its mineral waters

Background imageHooped Collection: The Towcester Flower Show, 1858. Creator: Unknown

The Towcester Flower Show, 1858. Creator: Unknown
The Towcester Flower Show, 1858. The pleasant little market-town of Towcester, in Northamptonshire, has recently been enlivened by a floral and horticultural exhibition, by a cattle show

Background imageHooped Collection: Scene from 'The Rose of Castile', at Drury Lane Theatre, 1858. Creator: Smyth

Scene from "The Rose of Castile", at Drury Lane Theatre, 1858. Creator: Smyth
Scene from "The Rose of Castile", at Drury Lane Theatre, 1858. London stage production. This lively and pretty opera, certainly the chef-d'oeuvre of our most popular English composer

Background imageHooped Collection: Fashions for October, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Fashions for October, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Fashions for October, 1858. 1. Dress in the new style called a six lis. It has a double skirt - the upper one consisting of six breadths of silk of two different kinds...The corsage is three-quarter

Background imageHooped Collection: Meeting of the Worcestershire Archery Society in the Grounds of Lea Castle, Wolverley... 1858

Meeting of the Worcestershire Archery Society in the Grounds of Lea Castle, Wolverley... 1858. Creator: Unknown
Meeting of the Worcestershire Archery Society in the Grounds of Lea Castle, Wolverley, near Kidderminster, 1858. Women shooting with bow and arrow

Background imageHooped Collection: Fashions for September, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Fashions for September, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Fashions for September, 1858. We may here describe a few dresses worn during the fetes at Cherbourg by ladies of distinguished rank

Background imageHooped Collection: Fashions for August - Promenade or Carriage Costume, and Ball Dress, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Fashions for August - Promenade or Carriage Costume, and Ball Dress, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Fashions for August - Promenade or Carriage Costume, and Ball Dress, 1858. Dress of very rich Azof-green silk, with two skirts

Background imageHooped Collection: Fashions for August - Country or Seaside Dress, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Fashions for August - Country or Seaside Dress, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Fashions for August - Country or Seaside Dress, 1858. Round hat of leghorn, with a very broad brim, inclining downward on the forehead, so as to shade the face from the sun

Background imageHooped Collection: Fashions for July, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Fashions for July, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Fashions for July, 1858. Fig. 1: Dress of green silk, with quilles or sides trimmings of black passementerie...The corsage, which is pointed at the waist

Background imageHooped Collection: Mowing, Shearing, and Cottagers Flower Show, at Coleshill Park - the Distribution of the... 1858

Mowing, Shearing, and Cottagers Flower Show, at Coleshill Park - the Distribution of the... 1858. Creator: Unknown
Mowing, Shearing, and Cottagers Flower Show, at Coleshill Park - the Distribution of the Prizes, 1858. For fourteen years the noble owner of Coleshill

Background imageHooped Collection: The Queen's Visit to Birmingham - Her Majesty Planting an Oak in the Grounds of Warwick Castle

The Queen's Visit to Birmingham - Her Majesty Planting an Oak in the Grounds of Warwick Castle, 1858. The Queen, taking the Earl of Warwick's arm

Background imageHooped Collection: Scene at the Volunteer Review in Hyde Park, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Scene at the Volunteer Review in Hyde Park, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Scene at the Volunteer Review in Hyde Park, [London], 1860. Crowds watching military manoeuvres....before reaching this centre of the line, where the Queen was stationed

Background imageHooped Collection: Woman's cage crinolettes (with bustles), England, between 1872 and 1875. Creator: Unknown

Woman's cage crinolettes (with bustles), England, between 1872 and 1875. Creator: Unknown
Woman's cage crinolettes (with bustles), England, between 1872 and 1875

Background imageHooped Collection: Crinoline: Bustle cage crinoline, England, 1862-1870. Creator: Unknown

Crinoline: Bustle cage crinoline, England, 1862-1870. Creator: Unknown
Crinoline: Bustle cage crinoline, England, 1862-1870. Corset: c.1865-75; Chemise: c.1850-70; Shoes: c.1870

Background imageHooped Collection: Portrait of Maria Elisabeth Adolphine Waller-Schill, 1866. Creator: Louis Chantal

Portrait of Maria Elisabeth Adolphine Waller-Schill, 1866. Creator: Louis Chantal
Portrait of Maria Elisabeth Adolphine Waller-Schill, 1866. The drawing dates from the year of Maria Schill's marriage to M.J. Waller

Background imageHooped Collection: Cremorne Gardens - the Maypole Dance, 1858. Creator: Unknown

Cremorne Gardens - the Maypole Dance, 1858. Creator: Unknown
Cremorne Gardens - the Maypole Dance, 1858. Pleasure gardens in Chelsea, London. This delightful place of public resort was...the centre of great attraction, and was crowded by a brilliant company

Background imageHooped Collection: Paris Fashions for the New Year, 1860. Creator: Unknown

Paris Fashions for the New Year, 1860. Creator: Unknown
Paris Fashions for the New Year, 1860. 1. Morning Toilet. Double-skirted taffety dress; the under skirt is plain, and the upper one largely rounded off at the lower corners



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