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1. Portrait of a woman.
*Portrait of a woman.A portrait of a woman wearing an ornate blouse with a high neck, taken by the photographers Seagrave of Woolwich & Plumstead. On the back is the...
2. Staying with family (this clip is 50 seconds long - 1.53MB)
*Staying with family (this clip is 50 seconds long - 1.53MB)Moving to another country is easier if you have family to stay with.
3. Two brothers.
*Two brothers.A full length portrait photograph of two brothers.
4. Portrait of a man.
*Portrait of a man.A portrait of an unidentified man, taken by the photographic firm of Morgan & Laing. By the end of the 19th century, many people were having...
5. Portrait of a lady.
*Portrait of a lady.A portrait photograph of an unidentified lady in a full-length embroidered white dress, standing beside a chair.
6. Family saloon on board the Great Eastern.
*Family saloon on board the Great Eastern.The 'Great Eastern' was designed to carry 4000 people (800 in first class, 2000 in second-class and 1200 in third class). Her first-class cabins and...
7. Gertrude, Maud, Winifred and Louie.
*Gertrude, Maud, Winifred and Louie.A studio portrait of an unidentied group of children, whose names were Gertrude, Maud, Winifred and Louie. The photographers, the Artistic Portrait...
8. A boy in a braided cap.
*A boy in a braided cap.A full length potrait of a boy in a braided cap and a smart uniform. Such portraits were the typical fare of hundreds of local photographic studios.
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