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A rare Maison Rouff brocaded satin tea gown, circa

Evening gown, circa 1908: One-piece celadon floral embroidered net over satin. Bodice and short sleeves trimmed with cream-colored needle lace. All layered under black chiffon, open at front. Pleated sash with black satin medallion and satin hem band. Via Whitaker Auctions.

Women's fashion 1900-1909. There are posters on the website for 1910-1919 and 1920-1929 as well.

Children playing at Harriet Island, St. Paul, Minnesota, in around 1905.

It's About Time: Women & children in the workplace in early 1900s America by Photographer Lewis Wickes Hine 1874-1940

antique 1800 shoes high lace button womens Victorian Edwardian leather 7 sz

Dress Made Of Wool, By Mme. Jeanne Paquin, House Of Paquin - French c.1905-1907 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

the historic image of Burke, Billie, Miss. She played the Good Witch in the Wizard of Oz. It was taken in the early 1900's.

Edwardian - 1905 Baroness Olga de Meyer

Travelling Gown: 1905, woollen face cloth, trimmed with braid and velvet, inserted with panels of net and machine-made lace. "Pastel colours combined with cream were greatly favoured by fashionable Edwardians. This costume shows how designers of the period lavishly adorned plain cloth with a variety of rich trimmings. It has an alternative matching jacket, a pair of white kid shoes trimmed with ribbon, and white silk stockings, which are not shown in the image."

Two women visitors for the 1904 World's Fair in downtown St. Louis. One taking a photo with a box camera.

Lady Curzon's Oak leaf dress by House of Worth, 1903, The silk satin dress features over 400 oak leaves, outlined in satin cord and chenille thread. The darker leaves on the skirt were created by actually cutting out oak leaf shapes, and backing the holes with silk net. Copyright of the Fashion Museum in Bath and the NE Somerset Council.

Les Modes February 1907