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For Married Women Only: Three Principles for Honoring Your Husband / Tony Evans

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Africa | Nigeria | “ Young married woman from Achalla Awka wearing a wig, north-central Igbo area | Photo: K. C. Murray | 1939. ”


Emmeline Pankhurst Emmeline Pankhurst was born in Manchester, England, on July 14, 1858. In 1879, she married a lawyer who had created in England the first women's suffrage bill and the Married Women's Property Acts, Richard Marsden Pankhurst. In 1889, Emmeline created the Women's Franchise League which, in 1894, gave married women the right to vote not in the House of Commons, but in local office elections. Then, in 1903, she established WSPU, the Women's Social and Politcal Union.

from The Library Time Machine

Return of the Edwardian sartorialist – Sambourne’s Kensington street style

Cromwell Road London, 15 May 1907. A middle class married woman with her two sons in sailor suits. Photo by Edward Linley Sambourne.


Various ways of married women to wear the ubrus.  Above we saw maiden headdresses, here we have married women with their hair properly covered


I Corinthians 7:32-35. The church puts so much emphasis on the married woman and how she can contribute to the church. The Bible has plenty to say about the single woman as well. We may have more of a role that the married women according to this verse. Do not put yourself down because you are single.

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Handmade Vintage Ethnic Tribal Bedouin Maxi Dress Thoub with colorful geometric embroidery 1920s

A traditional black Bedouin dress of a young married woman, with bright colored intricate embroidery. Cotton dress with silk threads, Extraordinary small and very fine cross stiches From The Sinai Desert or the Negev, from about 1920. Beautifull ethnic piece in a very good condition SIZE: US size – M– L 10-12 Europe size – 38-42 Bust – 42 = 108 cm Hips – 52 = 133 cm Length of the dress from shoulder to floor – 55 = 140 cm Sleeves width, circumference at upper part 17 = 43 cm Sleeves…


It was common for unmarried women of Tudor times to wear very low-cut bodices. Married women added a partlet, for modesty's sake. Note the Ruff. This fashion accessory started as a high frilled collar in the fashion of the Middle Ages. It grew larger and more exaggerated later.