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Dr. Conan Doyle wasn't as stuffy as Dr. Watson. He wore this outfit to a costume party in 1894

Conan Doyle wasn't as stuffy as Dr. He wore this outfit to a costume party in 1894

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton (1851): "The old clothesman and bonnet -box seller go their rounds."

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton "The old clothesman and bonnet -box seller go their rounds.

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton (1851): "Of dealers in milk there are two classes – the one keeping cows, and the other purchasing it from dairymen in the outskirts and selling it on their own account."

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton "Of dealers in milk there are two classes – the one keeping cows, and the other purchasing it from dairymen in the outskirts and selling it on their own account.

ramble3.jpg (1600×1103)/ late Victorian, early edwardian  'rambling' or roaming. It was about walking casually and paying attention to your surroundings. The health benefits came from breathing clean air, not raising a sweat. The routes people took were often dictated by the availability of local pubs.

ramble3.jpg (1600×1103)/ late Victorian, early edwardian 'rambling' or roaming. It was about walking casually and paying attention to your surroundings. The health benefits came from breathing clean air, not raising a sweat. The routes people took were often dictated by the availability of local pubs.

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton (1851): "The  costume of the Dustman bears a strange resemblance to that of the Coalheaver, probably through their being connected with the same material, the one before it is burnt, the one after."

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton "The costume of the Dustman bears a string resemblance to that of the Coalheaver, probably through their being connected with the same material, the one before it is burnt, the one after.

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton (1851): "Here is a poor Irish boy endeavouring to dispose of his oranges to some passengers outside an omnibus."

"London Cries & Public Edifices" by John Leighton "Here is a poor Irish boy endeavouring to dispose of his oranges to some passengers outside an omnibus.

Women in dark dresses and aprons are pictured working in neat rows at the Cellular Clothing Company factory in Swindon in 1902

Incredible photos reveal what life was like in the 19th century

Sylvia Pankhurst. Old Ford Road, Bow. 1912. #london.

Old London on

Sylivia Pankhurst addressing a crowd outside the headquarters of the East London Federation of Suffragettes, Old Ford Road, Bow.

Dress inspiration for the rich and upper class women.

Victorian Era Fashion: Historic Clothing

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Here we have men at Frost and Co's Ropeworks, Comercial Road, London about 1890 dressing hemp using the hatchel . This task was later replaced by a machine.

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