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Master William Cornelius Covenhoven Van Horne. Montreal 1910. Driving around the bears in his toy car.

Master William Cornelius Covenhoven Van Horne, Montreal, Canada, driving the bears in his toy car

Police mug shots 1920's.

Police mugshots in the 1920s…

Patrick Riley (alias Matthew Edward Riley) was convicted in October 1924 of making counterfeit coins, and of having a coining instrument (ie a mould) in his possession, for which he was sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labour.

A mother poses for Miss Johnston while her young son has a nap and remains completely obli...

A mother poses for Miss Johnston while her young son has a nap and remains completely oblivious to the camera. Photo by Emma Johnson of Hampstead, England

Outdoor portrait of a nurse, pushing a baby in a pram and with a young child with a bicycle. Photo by E Williams of Kent, 1890-1900.

Outdoor portrait of an unconventional nurse, pushing a baby in a natty three-wheeled pram. Clearly this is a very early example of Health and Safety in the workplace as the child has only the front end of a bicycle .

Beautiful Victorian Daguerreotype portrait of mother and her baby twins.

Victorian Mother and adorable Twins! This is an absolutely wonderful daguerreotype. From the spread of mamma's skirt and her lace collar and broach, ca. 1860 would seem safe.

antique photo

Chicken and Boy Smoking Smokes Cigarette Vintage Image from 1920 Funny Unique Photo Photography Sepia Black & White Print Cute Weird

victorian girl in sailor dress

ΤΑ ΠΑΙΔΙΑ ΣΕ ΠΑΛΙΕΣ ( VINTAGE ) ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΕΣ – 27 ΦΩΤΟ –

Beginning around 1858, Emma Frances Johnston systematically recorded her friends and exten...

Mathew Haley, Bonhams Head of Books, said: 'Emma Johnston stands in a great tradition of Victorian women photographers

A cased daguerreotype portrait of Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) and her daughter, taken by an unknown photographer in 1845.

Photographer unknown, Julia Margaret Cameron and her Daughter, From the National Media Museum: A cased daguerreotype portrait of Julia Margaret Cameron and her daughter, taken by an.

aguerreotype of little girl holding a framed daguerreotype of a man, presumably her father, by Ross and Thomson, Edinburgh. From the Howarth-Loomes Collection at National Museums Scotland.