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1900's lifestyle, society & real life

The Edwardian Era (1900 -1910) / "The Aughts" (from aught aught to aught nine) / La Belle Epoque. I'm interested in the true expression of the decade: its visual icons, the graphic records of its everyday way of life everywhere, its contrasts and its contradictions. The best, the normal and the worst

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1900's lifestyle, society & real life

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Japan. Portrait of a Japanese girl, c. 1905 Meiji-era.

A Senegalese Chief with his Griot (c.1904)

U.S. Newsies collecting newspapers in the middle of the night, 1996 // Lewis W. Hine. Getty Images

U.S. “4 Kids in the Central Park. New York, 1908.”

U.S. Rural America portrait, 1909 // Hugh-Mangum13

Retronaut - 1909-1912: The Casual Woman – Virginia USA

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Mother and daughter (ironing and knitting), by Albert Gottheil (1902)

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U.S. On the beach at Coney Island, NYC, c. 1905

France. Les bouquinistes, Rive Gauche (Seine Left Bank), Paris,1900s // (unknown)

- mimbeau: Les bouquinistes Paris 1900s ...

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Sisters 1900

France. Grand Prix de Picardie, 1907 // Jacques-Henri Lartigue

U.S. Katherine, Alfred Stieglitz's daughter, 1907 // Alfred Stieglitz

1907 moustaches with bowler hats and dogs

U.S. Taking on gas in Middleton, New York, 1909

vintage everyday: Taking on gas in Middleton, New York, 1909

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Japan. Geisha travelling by yama kago in 1901 ( Meiji era) // unknown photographer

Hungary. Dreher's cafe, Andrássy blvd, Budapest, 1900

U.S. Mardi Gras Celebration, New Orleans, c.1900

France. Ragpicker, 1900 // EUGENE ATGET

Ireland. Group in motor cars, Bunmahon, Co. Waterford, 1906

U.S. "Launch of steamer Frank J. Hecker.", St. Clair, Michigan, 1905

Launch Party photo

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U.K. A view of London's Petticoat Lane on a Sunday morning, c1900 perhaps.

U.S. Woman Talking On Hand Crank Oak Telephone, 1900

U.K. Lady Ottoline Morrell, 1905 // photographed by Cavendish Morton, (National Portrait Gallery)

Gertrude and Ursula Falke (1906), daughters of writer Gustav Falke

Newpaper, Book & Comics c.1903

U.S. Women waiting in line to vote in an election (probably for a school board) in a downtown Minneapolis precinct, c.1908.