Street fashion in the Netherlands in 1906

Edward Linley Sambourne was an active man even in his later years. He thought nothing of taking a train to Scotland on a Sunday for a couple of days shooting, returning for lunch with his Punch colleagues on Wednesday. So his tour through Holland in April 1906 is quite typical. He was with his wife Marion and maybe his daughter but as always he took photographs of women in the street. In the cities of The Hague and Amsterdam he saw women dressed in the usual middle class day wear.

Old Photographs of Women in The Street in Holland, 1906 (17)

Source: http://www.vintag.es

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