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The not so Civil & Regency

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The not so Civil & Regency

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Caroline of Ansbach (1683 - 1737). Princess of Wales from 1714 to 1727, when she became queen. She was married to George II and had several children.

Regency gown

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Regency clothes!

Regency fashion

Beardless Abe Lincoln, 1860. Photo by Matthew Brady.

Her Royal Highness Duchess Albrecht Eugen of Württemberg (1899-1958) née Her Royal Highness Princess Nadezhda of Bulgaria

Mrs. Alfons von Kloss (1886–1974) née Her Imperial and Royal Highness Archduchess Eleonora of Austria

Her Serene Highness Princess Christoph Martin III of Stolberg-Roßla (1891-1977) née Her Serene Highness Princess Ida Reuss zu Greiz

Jesse James

Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp

Frank and Jesse James

John Henry "Doc" Holliday, dentist, gambler, born Griffin, Ga. for Elaine

Harry Longabaugh (the Sundance Kid) and Etta Place, possibly AKA Ann Bassett. Born 1878.

Wyatt Earp

Don Crowley Wyatt Earp Western art prints

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Frank James 1898

Fourteen years after Wild Bill Hickok’s death, in 1900, an aging Calamity Jane arranged to be photographed next to his overgrown burial site. Elderly, thin and poor, her clothes were ragged and held together with safety pins. Holding a flower in her hand, she said that when she died she wanted to be buried next to the man she loved. Three years later, she was.

Wyatt Earp

Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill & Texas Jack

19 year old William (Buffalo Bill) Cody.

Buffalo Bill

Butch Casidy

Calamity Jane

Photo of the real Robert Ford, the dirty, little coward that shot Mr. Howard (Jesse James).

Martha Jane Cannary (Calamity Jane)

Spencer, ca 1818, the Royal Pavilion, UK