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16th century Russia styles

16th century Russia styles

Russian costumes of the 16th century. #art #folk #Russian #costume

Russian costumes of the 16th century. #art #folk #Russian #costume

Traditional costume of Terek Cossack woman XVIII-XIX

Traditional costume of Terek Cossack woman XVIII-XIX

Russian traditional costume of a Don Cossack woman. XVII - XVIII centuries

Russian traditional costume of a Don Cossack woman. XVII - XVIII centuries

Russian traditional costume of Don Cossacks. A wife of a Cossack Foreman. 17th – 18th century. Old illustration. #Russian #folk #costume

Russian traditional costume of Don Cossacks. A wife of a Cossack Foreman. 17th – 18th century. Old illustration. #Russian #folk #costume

1830-39 ~ American Evening Mitts of Cotton & Silk, with Lace Edgings, Embroidery & Ribbon Tie Closure .... Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York ....

1830-39 ~ American Evening Mitts of Cotton & Silk, with Lace Edgings, Embroidery & Ribbon Tie Closure .... Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York ....

classic edwardian bloo/ers | ... Mr Berlusconi at the EU summit and old underwear like he drew (right

classic edwardian bloo/ers | ... Mr Berlusconi at the EU summit and old underwear like he drew (right

Pin-up by Charles Gates Sheldon, likely for La Vogue lingerie, 1920s. #lingeriehistory Via @myvintagevogue

Pin-up by Charles Gates Sheldon, likely for La Vogue lingerie, 1920s. #lingeriehistory Via @myvintagevogue

french prostitute

french prostitute

CA ‘49ers labeled women w/names: Ladies of the line & sporting women. Cowboys dubbed them soiled doves. Trails of Kansas, used terms: Daughters of sin, doves of the roost, & nymphs du prairie & among dozens of others. The biggest difference in the American West was the presence of girls in saloons. This was unheard of east of the Missouri River, except in German beer halls, where the daughters or wives of the owners, often served as barmaids and waitresses.

CA ‘49ers labeled women w/names: Ladies of the line & sporting women. Cowboys dubbed them soiled doves. Trails of Kansas, used terms: Daughters of sin, doves of the roost, & nymphs du prairie & among dozens of others. The biggest difference in the American West was the presence of girls in saloons. This was unheard of east of the Missouri River, except in German beer halls, where the daughters or wives of the owners, often served as barmaids and waitresses.