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1860's -bonnets/hats

The Barrington House Educational Center, L.L.C.---- Lovely pork pie style hat, trimmed dress, bowtie and belt! Tinted very nicely as well.

The Barrington House

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LAPL, Le Follet, October 1861

1860s Switzerland Mountain Climbing Ladies cdv

Collection of Early Switzerland CDV Photos

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Princess Alexandra Caroline "Alix" (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia) (1844-1925) Denmark, wife of Albert Edward (King Edward VII) (1841-1910) Prince of Wales, UK. 2nd Child of King Christian IX (1818-1906) Denmark Princess Louise (1817-1898) Hesse-Kassel, Germany.

Queen Alexandra (1844-1925)

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quarter plate ambrotype, Manchester, Vermont, 1863

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Lot of 2 Ambrotypes Spiffy Clothes | eBay

Lot of 2 Ambrotypes Spiffy Clothes

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Walking dress. 1864 Petersons

Walking dress - ID: 802975 - NYPL Digital Gallery

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La Mode illustrée: journal de la famille - Google Books

La Mode illustrée

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This perky style was often refered to as a "Pork Pie." Godey's called it a "Turban Hat." This one is made of burgundy cotton velvet on a buckram base, with gold braid and an ostrich plume. An elastic band keeps the hat in place. Additional photos appear on the 1850's-1860's Hats and Bonnets page. Based on the original photo shown. This style was popular during the last year of the Civil War. from Mrs. Parker's Millinery and Mercantile