|Description||English: “What’s Become of the ‘Homely’ Girl?” by Clarence F. Underwood, from an advertisement for Palmolive soap|
|Source||Advertisement for Palmolive soap in The Delineator (https://archive.org/details/delineator104olou/page/n221/mode/2up)|
|Author||Clarence F. Underwood|
|Description||English: “A Passing Dream,” by Armand Point|
|Source||Armand Point et son œuvre (https://archive.org/details/armandpointetson00daur/mode/2up)|
Hana Robinson was a photographer active in the early 1900s. This portrait reminds us very much of John Singer Sargent.
Source: The American Annual of Photography, 1906.
|Description||English: Illustrations by Charles Dana Gibson for a story in Hearst’s Magazine: “The Princess Zimbazim,” by Robert W. Chambers|
|Source||Hearst’s Magazine (https://archive.org/details/HearstsMagazineV25n03Mar1914cmbEXciter/page/n21/mode/2up)|
|Author||Charles Dana Gibson|
English: A woman in a fashionable riding habit, with her horse, from an 1866 magazine.
|Source||Godey’s Lady’s Book and Magazine, March, 1866 (https://archive.org/stream/godeysmagazin68v80gode#page/n564/mode/1up)|
English: Illustration by Harrison Fisher (1877-1934)
|Source||Fair Americans, 1911 (https://archive.org/stream/fairamericans00fish#page/n7/mode/2up)|
English: “An ideal head,” showing the form of feminine beauty considered ideal in 1885
|Source||Christmas Souvenir, 1885 (https://archive.org/stream/christmassouveni00unse#page/8/mode/1up)|
English: Silhouette of a man tipping his hat while riding a penny-farthing bicycle
|Source||Outing, 1889 (https://archive.org/stream/outing15newy#page/137/mode/1up)|
From Gleason’s Monthly Companion, 1882.