Some cool Womens clothes images:
Flora Thundercloud Funmaker
Image by Wisconsin Historical Images
Studio portrait of Flora (Fanny) Thundercloud Funmaker, daughter of Moheek. She is a member of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indian tribe. She is seated facing forward, face in soft focus, her hair held tight to her face and parted in the middle. She is wearing a robe with many necklaces, many rings in each finger, and open-toe covers over both mocisoned feet.
This image is part of a collection of over 6,000 glass plate negatives created by Charles J. Van Schaick. Van Schaick learned the art of photography after moving to Jackson County, Wisconsin. In 1885, he opened a studio in Black River Falls, Wisconsin and served as the town photographer for over 50 years. His work includes both studio portraits and richly varied and intimate snapshots of small-town, Wisconsin life. A portion of his photographic work is represented in Wisconsin Death Trip by Michael Lesy.
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The Wisconsin Historical Society produces giclée print reproductions made from high-resolution scans of original source material from its holdings. Custom orders are printed on matte or semigloss papers using large format printers and archival pigmented inks. All print sale proceeds directly benefit the acquisition, preservation and maintenance of the physical and online collections.
Vintage 1980s-does-the-1940s Rayon Dress
Image by Huzzah Vintage
available online at Huzzah! Vintage
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