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A group of Welsh Victorian women and girls of all ages posing outside with a pair of sewing machines. #Victorian #women #children #1800s #dress

A group of Welsh Victorian women and girls of all ages posing outside with a pair of sewing machines. #Victorian #women #children #1800s #dress

Carrying baby Welsh fashion - A photo believed to have been taken in Penallta by James Jarche, who took photos of Penallta Mine in the 1930s. He is one of Britain's most illustrious yet now forgotten photographers James Jarche (1891-1965) (...) some of his most moving and iconic photographs were taken in the Valleys of South Wales in the early 1930s.  One picture features a Welsh family- a miner and his young son who also works down the pit- standing in their back garden holding twin babies.

Carrying baby Welsh fashion - A photo believed to have been taken in Penallta by James Jarche, who took photos of Penallta Mine in the 1930s. He is one of Britain's most illustrious yet now forgotten photographers James Jarche (1891-1965) (...) some of his most moving and iconic photographs were taken in the Valleys of South Wales in the early 1930s. One picture features a Welsh family- a miner and his young son who also works down the pit- standing in their back garden holding twin babies.

1863-1864 Rebecca, Charley and Rosa, Slave Children from New Orleans (The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Fund)

1863-1864 Rebecca, Charley and Rosa, Slave Children from New Orleans (The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Fund)

An extremely rare tintype of a young girl with what I believe is either Apert Syndrome or Crouzon's. This condition was not even officially described until decades after this photo was taken (1870's). If you look closely at her hands, you can see they are oddly formed, most likely with fused fingers.

An extremely rare tintype of a young girl with what I believe is either Apert Syndrome or Crouzon's. This condition was not even officially described until decades after this photo was taken (1870's). If you look closely at her hands, you can see they are oddly formed, most likely with fused fingers.

This group of working class children shows a variety of hats and pinafore dresses on the girls, with the boys in long trousers, buttoned jackets and white collared shirts. (1890)

This group of working class children shows a variety of hats and pinafore dresses on the girls, with the boys in long trousers, buttoned jackets and white collared shirts. (1890)

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