Each day we bring you one stunning little glimpse of history in the form of a historical photograph. Enjoy!
Muy buena esta serie de retratos de actrices!Un saludo
Beauty is Ageless.
I don't know how much or how good the make-up was like back in the late 1800's. But that lady is a real beauty, She would put most of our, what we call beautiful women, to shame
Wow what a beautiful woman.
She was a very pretty lady. All natural: no "plastic" and simple makeup. Today we are told to slather colors all over our eyes and face and to give our hair unnatural color and to adjust the size and shape of our bodies!
Yea, Wow! this one sure got my attention. What a great old photograph.
And no Photoshop back in those days so we know she's the real deal.
Looks like I wasn't the only one that found her beauty stunning.Good job PJM on finding this one.
what a beautiful woman , too bad we cant really travel back in time , it would be worth it.wow
I can not comment it ... Just beautiful ... Something in it is.
Wow!! What a beautiful woman!
Ditto to all the above
At last! I don't pay attention for one moment and then Maude is shown at OPOD... I collect old post cards with her picture, it is beautiful collection. If you want to see more of her: click.
Kate Winslet looks like her.
Who was the photographer? Just askin' because I'm interested.
I agree with everyone else--What a beautiful woman she is!
Her beauty is captivating.
Mulher simpática, de uma beleza que siquer encontramos formas de elogiar, e além de tudo isto....uma grande atriz.
Very pretty,and it looks like she is aware of the effect her looks would have on the male public. I wonder what the thought trains of people would have been after the influence of the media of the day? Thank you.
Stunning.....Wish I was born then....
Most women from the turn of the century had beards to some degree. I know my Grandmother and her sisters did, however they didn't look at all like this lady.
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