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1860s Exceptional Beauty and Dress Germany CDV

Vivandieres and cantinieres, such as the woman pictured above, had been components of the French military for several centuries. Both vivandieres and cantinieres were attached to specific regiments and held duties that combined the roles of sutler, nurse, cook, and laundress. The only difference between the two titles was that vivandieres were seen on the battlefields following the men, and cantinieres stayed back in the military camps. Military regulations of 1854, however, replaced the…

Vivandieres and cantinieres, such as the woman pictured above, had been components of the French military for several centuries. Both vivandieres and cantinieres were attached to specific regiments and held duties that combined the roles of sutler, nurse, cook, and laundress. The only difference between the two titles was that vivandieres were seen on the battlefields following the men, and cantinieres stayed back in the military camps. Military regulations of 1854, however, replaced the…

(Courtesy of Water-Cure Journal, January 1852)  Gaining popularity in the early nineteenth century, hydropathic therapy consisted of applying cold water to various parts of the body via showers, baths, or compresses. These precursors to modern day spas promoted healthy living, and the isolated locations of the spas made them perfect environments for women experimenting with dress reform. Anyone interested in hydropathy would have had easy access to information on the rational dress...

(Courtesy of Water-Cure Journal, January 1852) Gaining popularity in the early nineteenth century, hydropathic therapy consisted of applying cold water to various parts of the body via showers, baths, or compresses. These precursors to modern day spas promoted healthy living, and the isolated locations of the spas made them perfect environments for women experimenting with dress reform. Anyone interested in hydropathy would have had easy access to information on the rational dress...

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