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    Washington, D.C., circa 1912. "Gunston Hall group." Students at the tony girls' school. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.

    "The Splinter," circa 1910

    Vintage toy rooster & girl..

    Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: The Kodak Girl: 1909 high-resolution photo

    Miss Washington: 1922

    Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: The Dancing Dozen: 1925 Arriving from England, 12 chorus girls in the troupe originated by British musical-theater impresario and precision-dancing pioneer John Tiller. high-resolution photo

    The girl in this vintage photo reminds me of my granddaughter Katrina who is now 16 years old.

    vintage photo Edwardian girl... doll

    Antique photo of sweet Edwardian girl in overcoat with her doll, circa 1910.

    Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Miss Little: 1925 "Miss M.K. Little." high-resolution photo

    When my Mother was a little girl she did this, she would tell the operator what number she wanted. It was only 2 numbers.

    A young woman wearing a tall collared blouse, with a necktie – a style adapted from menswear. | 13 Photos Of London Street Style From 1905-1908

    Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Red Cross Dog: 1917 "Miss Carter Mullikin, Holton-Arms School." high-resolution photo

    Photobooth Portrait of a Girl, ca 1940These candid self-portraits are a study in personalities and show fun activities and clothing styles as well. The photobooth pictures in the collections of The Henry Ford are largely unidentified, leaving many aspects of their history anonymous.

    1910

    teenage delinquents 1930

    Small girl in big chair -- she is between one and two years old. c1910

    Young Woman with an Early Accordion - Ron Fasand 1840's

    young woman dressed in the height of fashion for 1861 with a new-style spoon bonnet bursting with ruched ribbon and faux flowers, and tied with a big crisp bow.

    Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Billie Burke: 1908 The stage actress and D.C. native Billie Burke. high-resolution photo

    daguerreotype, early 1850's