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    Ada Lovelace

    Some images of Ada Lovelace, and some clothes I like to put here in in the comic.


    Ada Lovelace

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    Evening dress, ca. 1840, American, cotton, silk, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1982.132.1ab

    Rate the Dress: All white in the 1840s

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    Dressing Gown Date: ca. 1855 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk Accession Number: C.I.53.55 The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dressing Gown

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dressing gown

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    Lady's riding hat, David Whipple, c. 1810.

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    Dress Date: ca. 1838

    Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    paul harnden jacket

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    Black and white Victorian era dress -- looks early 1850s? Might be a modern costume, I can't find any more info on this lovely piece.

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    Button ankle boot, women's, leather, linen, and wood, made by Gundry & Sons, prize work, London, England, circa 1851, Powerhouse Museum Collection.

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    pair of tiny and narrow sized late 1860's lady's riding boots which were lined in white cotton and pink leather. They are field boot in style rather than the typical dress boot (so all you historical re-enactors out there who ride side saddle, field boots WERE worn then for riding!) and have square toed straight soles with spur rests on BOTH boots.

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    An extremely rare brown wool `Amazone' or riding habit, circa 1835-8

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    Hessian boot, women's, leather, silk braid, silver, and brass, maker unknown, prize work, England, circa 1851 to 1869, Powerhouse Museum Collection.

    H4448-511 Hessian boot, womens, leather / silk / braid / silver / brass, and identification tag, paper, maker unknown, prize work, England / unknown, [1851]-1869 / date unknown

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    Ankle Boots These are a pair of woman's ankle boots, laced up the inside ankle. This practical footwear is a mix of fabric - blue and white check woven wool - and leather, with a black kid vamp to reinforce areas of wear. There is a small leather heel. The boots are well made and probably worn by a lady of the middle class. Date: 1840s The Museum of London

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    Man’s cloak, 1830s-1840s

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    Veil 1830 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    19th century riding top hat (c. 1863-1865)

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    Paisley Shawl - Jacquard-Woven Wool with Harlequin Bordered Edges. England or France. Circa 1840-1859. 125" x 60".

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    Wool great coat, four capes, 1830's, listed as possibly a man's or woman's (buttons did up either way until the 1870's or so), askandyaboutcloth...

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    green silk 1840s dress restored by Shippensburg University Fashion Archives and Museum (SUFAM) www.facebook.com/...

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    Flying outfit!

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    This image really stuck in my head for Lovelace

    Jodhpurs Nr. 50 – Vanity Fair & Jodhpurs, Part II: Kristin Scott Thomas

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    InAisce Fall 2011

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    land army breeches sewing directions!

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    Jodhpurs are way way too late to make any sense for Lovelace but TOO BAD. That's a pretty sweet steampunky belt.

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    1860 lacey boudoir jacket back

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    The Powerhouse Museum celebrates Ada Lovelace Day « Inside the collection – Powerhouse Museum Lovelace's awesomely minimalist calling card, left for Babbage.. click through for what she wrote on the back!

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    The well-known engraving, looks enough like the photo I'm ready to call it a likeness. Lovelace herself didn't think much of the get-up she's in here-- "stiff and the exaggeration of fashion"

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