Unidentified group seated on lawn, c.1900-1905. Lantern slide (83 x 83mm) by unknown photographer.
Image © and collection of Brett Payne.
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Now before you break open the ginger beer and uncover the cold meats, whet your appetite first with a few hors d'oeuvres. You can chew over these in the coming weeks.
(aka Little Nell)
191 : A man and his sisters, his two wives, or is it one of each? Groups of three come to mind or how about gloves, shawls, bonnets or penetrating gazes!
192 : Over the years we have featured all manner of items of dress - hats, boots and most things in between. But now is an opportunity to look at the humble necktie and the smart suspenders (braces).
Many thanks Brett for the use of your image; I'll save you a Scotch Egg!