Throwback Thursday

Today we feature images from antique books and magazines via Tres Elegant

"And in his mouth ‘Waif’ certainly carried something." Cassell’s Magazine, 1879.
“And in his mouth ‘Waif’ certainly carried something.”
Cassell’s Magazine, 1879.
"Sheila, my own little daughter, my own, where ‘er thou art." Cassell’s Magazine, 1879.
“Sheila, my own little daughter, my own, where ‘er thou art.”
Cassell’s Magazine, 1879.
"They made a pretty picture standing together." Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1887.
“They made a pretty picture standing together.”
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1887.
"With her dog lying at her feet, Netty stood and thought." Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1890.
“With her dog lying at her feet, Netty stood and thought.”
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1890.
Cold Weather fashion, Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1881.
Cold Weather fashion,
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1881.
Fashionable ladies with a dog, Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1881.
Fashionable ladies with a dog,
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1881.
'Constance finds a new friend.' Cassell’s Family Paper, 1863-4.
‘Constance finds a new friend.’
Cassell’s Family Paper, 1863-4.
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1889.
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1889.
"Nora and Molly frightened by the dog." Chatterbox, 1881.
“Nora and Molly frightened by the dog.”
Chatterbox, 1881.
'A Dog's Gratitude” Chatterbox, 1881.
‘A Dog’s Gratitude”
Chatterbox, 1881.
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1889.
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1889.
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1889.
Cassell’s Family Magazine, 1889.
Belgravia Magazine 1868.
Belgravia Magazine 1868.

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