A collection of photographic portraits of identified women all probably taken in Mathew Brady’s studios in either Washington, D.C., or New York City during the 1860’s and possibly 1870’s.

Source: National Archives and Records Administration.

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7 thoughts on “Photos of Victorian Women by Mathew Brady From The 1860’s

  1. What is time. You could dress these women in modern clothes and you wouldn't know that they lived 150 yrs before. Only difference would be how they described things the use of the English language.

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