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Civil War Carte de Visite Photographed By Remington’s, New York This carte de visite shows a woman wearing the most fashionable apparel of the early 1860s. For the first time, women wore skirts and blouses, although the blouse is covered with a jacket. That the skirt is deeply pleated and extends more to the back than from the front probably dates it around 1865. The skirt is trimmed with starkly contrasting trimming in a Greek key design, which was very stylish. The jacket was most likely…

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Carte de visite by Morse of Huntsville, Ala., and Nashville, Tenn. A slave or freedwoman sitting with her hands folded. This is a wonderful photograph.

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A very similar carte-de-visite identifies the woman seated on the left as Kayo, who was a popular geiko (geisha) in the Gion district of Kyoto during the 1870s. She and another geiko are both dressed as kago-ya (palanquin bearers), with a kamuro (child attendant for a Tayuu or Japanese Courtesan) sitting in the middle." Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

Logo, carte de visite, menu, site pour le bar "1929" - Logotype, visit card, website for "1929" bar - Monkey Medias

Logo, carte de visite, menu, site pour le bar "1929" - Logotype, visit card, website for "1929" bar - Monkey Medias

https://flic.kr/p/9qZNm5 | Dog with Puppies | <b><i>Carte de visite</i> by F. Thiel of Keosauqua, Iowa.</b> A small dog lay on a chair covered with plaid material. Two or three of her puppies are visible. <i>I encourage you to use this image. However, please <a href="mailto:rcoddington@facesofwar.com" rel="nofollow">ask for permission</a>.</i>

https://flic.kr/p/erMVtq | A Boy's Best Friend | <b><i>Carte de visite</i> by J.H. Crittenden of Fall River, Mass.</b> An earnest boy sits cross-legged on the floor of the photographer's studio. His left arm is draped across the shoulders of a big dog with his head turned in a submissive manner towards his young master. A collar is just visible about the dog's neck. <i>I encourage you to use this image for educational purposes only. However, please <a ...

Carte De Visite from C.1861-1865. Note the military influence on the bodice of the habit with all the decorative frogging across it. This was a popular fashion for riding habits for most of the 19th century up until the 1870's. Note also how long her skirt is