Saturday, June 5, 2010

Freebies - Courrier & Ives - Ladies

Abigail

She is so demure. Hard to believe this is from the 1830's. I think I saw a girl wearing a similar dress to the prom about a month ago.

Helen
Love the beautiful face on this one. Stunning isn't she?


Louisa
This is one of my favorites. I would wear that dress. She is gorgeous.


Susan
Love the border and the way the curtain sort of frames the whole scene. Can you imagine braiding your hair like that?


I spent a good part of the week scanning, downloading, and cleaning up about two hundred Currier and Ives prints that someone very generously gave me. They belonged to a family member of a friend who had no use for all of them. These date from 1830 to 1870. What beauties they are. Besides these individual images I made a couple of collage sheets for you. Enjoy!

8 comments:

Amanda said...

Gorgeous freebies!

Terri Kahrs said...

OMG! What treasures! Isn't modern technology wonderful?!? Your diligence has preserved these beautiful images forever. Fantastic! Thank you so much! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Taluula said...

You are soooooo generous. Thank you so much.

Debby said...

EEK!!! Thank you so much for these beauties.
Debby

Marsha from Texas said...

Thanks so much Elizabeth, your freebies are wonderful examples. I just love your blog and the volume of work that you put out. How do you get it all done and daily chores also?

Elizabeth Golden said...

I never sleep - or sleep very little. I do a lot before most of the world is awake.

Andi's English Attic said...

How lovely to receive such a wonderful bundle of pictures. Must have been very exciting looking through them for the first time. xx

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