[HNW] Re: H-needlework digest, Vol 1 #617 - 3 msgs

Ms Berard msberard at earthlink.net
Wed Mar 5 14:28:27 PST 2003

Some families even later. I have a picture of my father. I'm not sure
how old he is not more than two, I think, but he is wearing a long dress
and has hair long enough to fall into ringlets. He was born in the 30's.

Onaree <who thanks her father for her hair>

Kathryn Newell wrote:
> Well 1915 isn't Victorian. That aside,I was wondering if the bonnet was
> meant for a toddler.  I also realize that girl and boy babies were both
> dressed the same (and very feminine) until at least c.1900. I remember
> seeing a photo of F.D.R. at his home in Hyde Park. In the photo he was 2 or
> 3 and wearing a dress.
> --Kathryn
> SCA: Kathryn Goodwyn
> "too many centuries....too little time"
Ubi dubium ibi libertas:  Where there is doubt, there is freedom. --
Latin proverb

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