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									         THE HISTORY OF COSTUME - INDEX

                        Braun & Schneider - c.1861-1880

The "History of Costume" or "Zur Geschichte der Kostüme" was printed from 1861 to
1880 in Munich by the publishing firm of Braun and Schneider. It was originally
published as individual plates in a German magazine titled "Münchener Bilderbogen".
Later, these plates were collected and bound into book form. The total publication
consisted of 125 pages, with four pictures per pages, for a total of 500 costume designs.
These plates consisted of historical dress from antiquity to the end of the 19th century.
This book is an excellent source for students who are studying the history of fashion
and for costume designers. One must be aware though, that these illustrations have a
Victorian perspective to their designs. The last 35 pages consists of contemporary folk
dress (c.1880) from most European, Asian, and African countries. These provides a
source for researching plays which take place during the Victorian period, such as
"The King and I" or "The Sea Gull". The original book was published in German, so
at times, the English translation is confusing. This is especially noticeable in the
contemporary folk dress plates where many of the countries mentioned now have
different names or no longer exist. If you wish to obtain additional information on the
original book, Dover Publications has an excellent reproduction of the printing entitled
"Historic Costume in Pictures" by Braun and Schneider. ISBN #0-486-23150X
                    Plate # 1 - Egyptians, Moors, Turks
             a) Ancient Egyptian King, Egyptian Commoners
                             b) Moorish Princes
                  c) Turkish Official and Two Noblemen
                             d) Turkish Women

        Plate # 2 - Ancient Near East - Assyrian, Persian, Egyptian
                   a) Assyrian High Priest, Assyrian King
                             b) Persian Nobility
              c) Noblewoman, Egyptian Queen, Noblewoman
          d) Egyptian Court Official, Egyptian King, Fanbearer

        Plate # 3 - Ancient Near East - Assyrian, Persian, Egyptian
        a) Commoner, Assyrian Court Official, Assyrian Noblemen
b) Assyrian Soldier with Standing Shield, Soldier with Small Shield, Archer
                    c) Persian Soldiers, Persian Nobleman
              d) Mede Nobleman, Persian Nobleman, Persian
           Plate # 4 - Ancient Judah
              a) Jewish Noblemen
            b) Jewish Noblewomen
            c) Soldiers, Jewish King
    d) High Priest, Levite - Church Officials

           Plate # 5 - Ancient Greece
           a) Priestess, Noblewomen
         b) Greek Soldiers - Generals
c) Olympic Victor, Priest of Bacchus, Greek King
           d) Greek Country People

            Plate # 6 - Ancient Rome
 a) Standard Bearer (German), Roman General
               b) Roman Soldiers
           c) Noblewomen, Slave Girl
      d) Roman Lictor, Emperor, Nobleman
Plate #7 - Ancient Germans - The Teutonic Tribes
                 a) The Stone Age
                b) The Bronze Age
         c) Beginning of the Christian Era
        d) Third and Fourth Centuries AD

     Plate #8 - Fourth to the Sixth Centuries
                   a) Christians
                  b) Christians
                     c) Arabs
                     d) Arabs

          Plate #9 - Byzantine Empire
          a) Page, Byzantine Emperor
  b) Servant, Byzantine Empress and Princess
           c) Soldier and Chancellor
  d) Deacon, Bishop, Levite - Church Official
            Plate #10 - Sixth Century - Byzantine Empire
                         a) Early 6th Century
                         b) Early 6th Century
             c) Attendants and Empress Theodora (547)
      d) Emperor Jusinian (482-565), Empress Theodora (d. 548)

        Plate #11 - Fifth to Tenth Centuries and Ancient Egypt
               a) Soldiers of the Eastern Roman Empire
                   b) Frankish Ladies, Charlemagne
                        c) Frankish Court Dress
d) Ancient Egyptian Soldiers, Egyptian King In Battle Attire, Charioteer

                       Plate #12 – Carolingians
         Plate #13 - Tenth Century - France
            a) Frankish King and Queen
              b) Frankish Noblewomen
              c) King Charles the Bald
       d) Emperor Henry II, Frankish Bishop

            Plate #14 - Eleventh Century
               a) Monk, Bishop, Priest
            b) Frankish King and Queen
      c) Norman Ladies, Norman Noblewoman
       d) Knights and soldiers - First Crusade

             Plate #15 - Twelfth Century
            a) Servant, Roman Pope, King
b) German Noblewomen, German Middle Class Woman
        c) Squire and Knight - First Crusade
           d) Commoner, Rich Jew, Knight
   Plate #16 - Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries - Military and Religious Orders
             a) Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Hospitallers) - Females
              b) Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Hospitallers) - Males
                    c) Master and Knight of the Teutonic Order
                               d) Templars – Knights

               Plate #17 - Thirteenth Century - German and Italian
                         a) German Prince, German Ladies
                           b) German Knight and Family
                c) Italian Scholars, German Middle-Class Woman
                        d) Knight, Prince, Templar - Knight

                      Plate #18 - Fourteenth Century German
   a) Knightly Dress (2nd Half of Century), Gunther von Schwarzburg - King of
                                   Germany (1349)
b) Court of Orlamunde (Mid-Century), Court of Katzenellenbogen (1315), Heinrich
                                    of Seinsjeim
       c) Rudolph of Sachsenhausen (1370), Soldiers (2nd Half of Century)
  d) Konrad of Bikenbach (1393), Gudela of Holzhausen, Weikhard Frosch (1378)
   Plate #19 - Fourteenth Century - England
           a) 1365, 1330, 1350, 13100
      b) 1365, 1376 (Middle-Class Dress)
  c) 1350 (Merchant), 1350-1360 (Nobleman)
                  d) 1330-1370

        Plate #20 - Fourteenth Century
             a) Prince and Knight
       b) Princess and Lady-In-Waiting
         c) Knight and Noble Maiden
             d) German Patricians

        Plate #21 - Fourteenth Century
a) German Chatelaine, Knight in Hunting Dress
           b) Nobleman, Townsman
    c) Ladies-In-Waiting, English Princess
          d) Prince, Page, Nobleman
         Plate #22 - Second Half of the Fourteenth Century - Italy
a) Vittore Pisani - Venetian Admiral Died1380, Squire, Neapolitan Knight
                                  b) Soldiers
                c) Italian Girl, Noblewoman, Lady of Siena
           d) Young Man, Roman Senator, Venetian Nobleman

             Plate #23 - First Half of the Fifteenth Century
                       a) Florentine Noblewomen
                         b) Florentine Noblemen
                        c) German Noblewomen
                          d) French Noblemen

             Plate #24 - First Half of the Fifteenth Century
                      a) Burgundian Court Dress
                         b) German Court Dress
                           c) German Citizens
                     d) Judge, Townsman, Peasant
                     Plate #25 - Fifteenth Century - Italy
                   a) Mid 1400, Apothecary (1st Half 1400)
            b) Italian Podesta - Chief Magistrate, Sexton, Soldier
                            c) Mid 1400, End 1400
              d) Lord of Rimini (1488), Beatrice d'Este (14100)

                  Plate #26 - Fifteenth Century - France
                               a) 1460-1480
                               b) 1460-1480
                               c) 1460-1480
             d) Woman's Dress (1480), Charles the Bold (1477)

            Plate #27 - Fifteenth Century - France and England
                              a) England (1400)
                               b) France (1470)
                     c) England (1st Third of Century)
d) Henry VII of England, Duke of Suffolk (1470), Henry VI (1471), Duchess of
                                Suffolk (1470)
            Plate #28 - Mid-Fifteenth Century - Burgundy
                           a) Charles the Bold

                 Plate #29 - Fifteenth Century - Germany
                       a) Lower Rhine Dress (1400)
b) Philippe of Ingelheim (1431), Martin of Seinsheim (1434), About 1410
     c) Lady's Dress (Mid 1400), Townsman of Ravensburg (1429),
                       Knight of Stettenberg (1428)
                                d) Mid 1400.

         Plate #30 Fifteenth Century - Swiss Military Costume
                 a) Standard-Bearer, Piper, Drummer
                     b) Executioner, Captain, Boy
                             c) Infantrymen
                d) Sergeant, Mounted Soldier, Rifleman
            Plate #31 - Second Half of the Fifteenth Century
                             a) French Dress
                             b) French Dress
                           c) German Citizens
                           d) German Citizens

Plate #32 - Second Half of the Fifteenth Century - Burgundy and Holland
                         a) Holland (1470-1485)
                            b) Burgundy (1470)
                            c) Burgundy (1470)
                            d) Burgundy (1470)

              Plate #33 - Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
       a) German Knight and Noblewoman (Mid-15th Century)
           b) Prince and Princess (1st Third of 16th Century)
          c) German Townswoman and Townsman in Armor
                       (1st Third of 16th Century)
        d) Knight and Noblewoman (1st Third of 16th Century)
     Plate #34 - First Third of the Sixteenth Century
             a) French Noblewoman and Page
            b) German Magistrate and Knight
                c) German Citizen Women
                d) German Citizen Women

Plate #35 - First Third of the Sixteenth Century - Germany
                     a) German Nobility
                    b) German Citizens
                         c) Citizens
                         d) Citizens

Plate #36 - First Third of the Sixteenth Century - Germany
                  a) German Townspeople
                     b) German Soldiers
                     c) German Soldiers
                  d) German Townspeople
      Plate #37 - First Third of the Sixteenth Century - Germany
                 a) German Scholar and Townswoman
                  b) German Soldiers with Snow Shoes
                   c) German Soldiers - Mountaineers
                          d) German Peasants

Plate #38 - First Third of the Sixteenth Century - German Military Dress
                                 a) Soldiers
                        b) Drummer, Stand-Bearer
                             c) Piper, Sergeant
                          d) Captain, Lieutenant

             Plate #39 - Mid-Sixteenth Century - Germany
                      a) Noblewoman (1565-1570)
   b) Cavalryman, Cavalry General - Under Charles V (1560), Lady
   c) Nobleman (1570), Citizen of Nuremberg In Festive Dress (1588)
        d) Standard-Bearer (About 1570), Traveling Musicians
                Plate #40 - Late Sixteenth Century - Germany
a) Woman from Rostock, Councilman and Lady from Wismar (1590), Man from
                             b) Pomerania (1590)
                c) Merchant and Peasants from Rostock (1590)
      d) Girl from Ockholm, Man and Woman from Pomerania (1590)

                   Plate #41 - Sixteenth Century - Italy
                            a) Rome and Siena
                          b) Florence and Padua
                  c) Venetian Senator and Noblewoman
            d) Venetian Doge and Dogaressa - Chief Magistrate

                 Plate #42 - Late Sixteenth Century - Italy
                           a) Neapolitans (1583)
                         b) Burial in Padua (1583)
               c) Students in Padua (1583), Peasant Woman
                     d) Venice (1583), Milan, Florence
                  late #43 - Sixteenth Century - France
       a) Francis II (1543-1560), Elizabeth (Daughterof Henry II) as a Bride
             (1545-1568), Francis II as Dauphin - Oldest Son of King
b) Antoine Bourbon - King of Navarre Father of Henry IV (1518-1562), Charles IX
                             in Full Regalia, Francis II
            c) Charles IX of France (1550-1574), Eleonora (1554-1592)
   d) Henry d'Albret - King of Navarre (1505-1555), Claude de Lorraine Duke of
                                Aumale (1515-1550)

                 Plate #44 - Sixteenth Century - England
                 a) Henry VIII (1509-1546), Anne of Cleves (1525)
    b) London Merchant, Cavalier (1550-1600), Lady of Queen Elizabeth's Court
c) Mary of Scotland (Late 16th Century), Earl Douglas of Angus (1570), Edward VI
d) Lord Darnley Husband of Queen Mary of Scotland (1566), Marchioness of Dorset
                  - Noblewoman, Queen Mary of Scotland (1566)

           Plate #45 - Sixteenth Century - Poland and Russia
            a) Polish Lady and Nobleman in National Dress
                    b) Soldier - Lancer, Cavalryman
                c) Russian Nobleman, Polish Nobleman
                    d) Polish Nobility in Court Dress
                Plate #46 - Second Third of the Sixteenth Century
                                a) German Nobility
                                b) Spanish Nobility
                              c) French Court Dress
                              d) French Court Dress

              Plate #47 - Late Sixteenth Century - Frisia, Holland
                         a) (1590), Man from Eiderstadt
b) Woman from Stapelholm on the Eider, Man from the North Sea Coast (1590), Man
                from Stapelholm, Man from the North Sea Coast
     c) Man and Woman from the Island of Sylt (1590), Man from Haderstedt
     d) Man and Woman from the Island of Fohr (1590), Man from Ockholm

                 Plate #48 - Last Third of the Sixteenth Century
                         a) German Nobility (Palatinate)
                                b) French Nobility
                             c) German Townspeople
                        d) Nuremberg Maid, Cart Driver
                   Plate #49 - Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
   a) (1640) Dutch Skipper's Wife, Woman Amsterdam, Dutch Woman at Home, Woman from
                b) (1640) Bohemian Woman, Girl from Prague, Woman from Spain
       c) (1640) English Noblewoman, Woman of Paris, Woman from Rouen, Woman from
                                     d) Poland 1590-1660

           Plate #50 - Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries - England
                        a) Noble Women - London (1590)
                 b) Merchant and Wife, London (1590), Officer
       c) Merchant's Wife - London (1590), Servant Woman, Townswoman
d) Townswoman - England (1640), Lady in Street Dress, Lord Mayor's Wife, Matron

     Plate #51 - Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries - Ecclesiastical Vestments
                               a) Chamberlain, Cardinal, Prelate
          b) Deacon with Dalmatic and Alb, Acolyte in Surplice, Subdeacon in Alb and
                                 Colored Stole
               c) Swiss Guard, Pope in Ceremonial Dress, Pope in Domestic Dress
                            d) Bishop in Pluvial, Bishop in Chasuble
      Plate #52 - First Half of the Seventeenth Century
                a) Princely Dress (1625-1640)
                    b) Soldiers (1630-1650)
      c) Englishman (1638-1640), Flemish (1640-1650)
                   d) Noblemen (1625-1640)

Plate #53 - First Third of the Seventeenth Century - Germany
                      a) German Soldiers
                      b) German Soldiers
                      c) German Soldiers
                     d) Middle-Class Dress

      Plate #54 - Mid-Seventeenth Century - Germany
           a) Strasbourg, Strasbourg, Basel (1640)
           b) Munich, Nuremberg, Vienna (1640)
         c) Frankfurt on Main, Palatinate, Swabian
   d) Servant Girl, Townswoman from Cologne, Matron
                  Plate #55 - Seventeenth Century - Strasbourg
a) (1670) Woman with Broad Hat, Woman in Winter Dress, Woman in Mourning
                          b) (1670) Consul, Councilman
             c) (1670) Tower Warden, Peasant Bride, Bridegroom
                           d) (1670-1690) Girls, Bride

         Plate #56 - First Third of the Seventeenth Century - Holland
                  a) Spanish Court Dress in the Netherlands
                   b) Middle-Class Dress in the Netherlands
                            c) Dutch Artist and Page
                                d) Dutch Nobility

   Plate #57 - First Third of the Seventeenth Century - Norway and Denmark
                        a) Denmark: Gentleman and Wife
                b) Norway: Gentleman and Wife, Countrywoman
                 c) Denmark: Townswoman, Merchant, Woman
                 d) Denmark: Upford, Dithmarschen, Eiderstadt
            Plate #58 - Seventeenth Century - England
  a) Anne Countess of Chesterfield (1640), Courtier of Charles II, Duke of
 b) Duke of William Villiers Viscount of Grandison (1640), Royalist Soldier
                          (1649), Nobleman (1649)
 c) Slingsby Bethel Sheriff of London (1680), Cavalier of Charles II (1680),
                        Duchess of Cleveland (1675)
d) James Marquess of Hamilton, Townsman, Frances Duchess of Richmond

          Plate #59 - Mid-Seventeenth Century - France
                           a) Nobleman
               b) Peasant, Townswoman, Merchant
                          c) Noblewomen
                       d) Lady in Mourning

      Plate #60 - Second Third of the Seventeenth Century
                       a) German Nobility
                       b) German Nobility
                        c) French Nobility
                       d) French Nobility
        Plate #61 - Second Third of the Seventeenth Century
        a) Musketeer and Pikeman in the Thirty Years' War
(Pike: A long wooden shaft with a pointed head used by foot soldiers.)
                             b) Nobility
                       c) French Cavalrymen
                          d) Dutch Nobility

 Plate #62 - Second Third of the Seventeenth Century - Switzerland
         a) Young Townsman, Bride, Young Townswoman
                            b) Peasants
              c) Churchgoing Dress, Bailiff, Messenger
        d) Woman in Mourning, Chief Bailiff, Village Mayer

         Plate #63 - Last Third of the Seventeenth Century
                 a) French Nobility in Court Dress
                 b) French Nobility in Court Dress
                    c) Dutch Middle-Class Dress
                        d) French Cavaliers
          Plate #64 - Last Third of the Seventeenth Century - France
                a) Officer and Musketeer of the French Guard
                b) Officer of the Palace Guard, Infantry Officer
            c) Peasants, Mounted Gendarme - Armed Police Force
                              d) Nobleman, Officer

     Plate #65 - Late Seventeenth Century and Early Eighteenth Century
    a) Francoise Marie de Bourbon - Duchess of Orleans (1702), Palace Guard of Louis
                                   XV of France (1724)
    b) Maria Anna of Bavaria as Crown Princess of France - Court Dress (1679), Young
                                       Dandy (1670)
     c) Hedwig Sophie - Princess of Sweden Duchess of, Elizabeth of Brunswick (1707)
       d) Duchess of Portsmouth - Louise de Keroualle (1694), Maria Anna of Bavaria
                               (1694). Palace Guard (1670)

           Plate #66 - Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries - Russia
                             a) Boyar, Tsar, Boyar
                 (Boyar: A member of the Russian aristocracy.)
                              b) Boyarina, Boyars
c) Princely Dress, Women's Summer Dress in Torshko, Woman from Belosersk
          d) Women's Winter Dress in Torshko, Woman from Ryazan
         Plate #67 - Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries - Turks
                      a) Street Dress, Sultana, Sultan, Dancer
                                 b) Turkish Soldiers
                          c) Turkish Soldiers (Janissaries)
                                 d) Turkish Soldiers

       Plate #68 - First Half of the Eighteenth Century - Military Costume
              a) French Marshal and Subaltern Officer (1704-1730)
                   b) Louis XV and French General (1704-1730)
                       c) Austrian Cavalrymen (1704-1710)
                       d) Austrian Infantrymen (1704-1710)

        Plate #69 - Early Eighteenth Century - Switzerland (City of Zurich)
                   a) Student, Townsman, Councilman, Nobleman
b) Women's Ceremonial Dress, Noblewoman in Mourning, GirlÕs Domestic Attire,
                                Girl with "Rose Cap"
 c) Riding Attire - also Worn at Weddings, Festive Middle-Class Women's Attire,
                         Girl's and Women's Visiting Dress
                d) Churchgoing Dress called "Hussegken", Peasants
               Plate #70 - First Third of the Eighteenth Century
                 a) Abbe - French Secular Clerk, Noblewoman
               b) Gentleman and Lady of the Court of Louis XIV
                        c) German Gentleman and Lady
                        d) French Gentleman and Lady

 Plate #71 - First Half of the Eighteenth Century - German and Austrian Armies
                  a) Wurttemberg (1730) - Grenadier, Cuirassier General
            b) Wurttemberg (1724-1738) - Private, Officer, Drummer, Sergeant
                c) Officer of Grenadiers, Grenadier, Dragoon, Infantryman
                        Army of the Archbishop of Konstanz (1738)
                                     d) Austria (1728)

Plate #72 - Second Half of the Eighteenth Century - German and Austrian Armies
                      a) Austria (1760-1775) - General, Officer
                   b) Austria (1760-1775) - Hussar, Infantryman
             c) Prussia (1760) - Officer of Guard Battalion, Grenadier
   d) Prussia (1760) - Officer of Hussars, Cuirassier in Sedlitz' Army, Mounted
                                 Grenadier (Private)
     Plate #73 - Second Half of the Eighteenth Century
                    a) Dress Before 1780
                   b) Lady in Hoop Dress
c) Abbe - French Secular Clerk, Servant Girl in a Contouche
                       d) Dress of1780

       Plate #74 - German Middle Class (1770-1790)
  a) Mannheim, German and French Dress in Strasbourg
              b) Karlsruhe, Vienna, Frankfurt
            c) Girl and Woman from Augsburg
    d) Ludwigsburg Munich, Black Forest Peasant Girl

     Plate #75 - Last Third of the Eighteenth Century
                      a) France (1780)
      b) Germany at the time of Werther (ca. 1775)
               c) French Incroyables (1794)
                 d) Germany (After 1800)
  Plate #76 - Late Eighteenth Century - France Just Before the Revolution
                   a) (1778-1779), (1774-1779), (1778-1780)
                           b) (1787), (1792), (1787)
                   c) (1778-1780), (1774-1779), (1777-1780)
                           d) (1781), (1784), (1784)

         Plate #77 - Late Eighteenth Century - French Republic
a) Member of the Council of the Five Hundred (1794-1799), Gala Dress of the
                      b) Middle-Class Dress (1796)
                         c) Generals (1799-1800)
                 d) Members of the Commune (1793-1794)

          Plate #78 - Late Eighteenth Century - French Republic
                        a) Middle Class (1790-1792)
                 b) Infantryman (1799), Grenadier (1795)
      c) Hussar (1795), Line Cavalryman (1795), Infantryman (1796)
d) General (1795), Officer of Light Infantry (1795), Line Infantryman (1795)
                late #79 - Late Eighteenth Century - Germany
           a) (1793) - Saxon Army Postmaster, Hessian Horseman
                                    b) (1788)
                                c) (1791), (1792)
                                d) (1789), (1790)

              Plate #80 - Late Eighteenth Century - Germany
                                  a) (1787)
                              b) (1798), (1799)
                    c) Woman from Berlin (1796), (1797)
                d) Spring Dress (1794), Winter Dress (1795)

             Plate #81 - Late Eighteenth Century - Switzerland
                          a) St. Gallen, Zug, Zurich
                        b) Lucerne - Best Man, Bride
                                  c) Fribourg
d) Schaffhausen - Festive Dress and Winter Dress, Ausser Rhoden - Appenzell
Plate #82 - Late Eighteenth Century - Switzerland
            a) District Captain - Aargau
              b) Unterwlden, Fribourg
                c) Aargau, St Gallen
                       d) Berne

Plate #83 - Late Eighteenth Century - Switzerland
              a) Solothurn, Lucerne
                  b) Zug, Schwyz
                   c) Solothurn
        d) Valais, Wedding Dress - Zurich

Plate #84 - Late Eighteenth Century - Nun's Dress
                  a) Augustinians
                   b) Dominicans
                  c) Benedictines
                    d) Ursulines
Plate #85 - Early Nineteenth Century - Empire Style - Germany and France
                               a) (1809-1812)
                           b) (1802), (1803-1804)
                               c) (1802-1804)
                               d) (1808-1809)

           Plate #86 - Early Nineteenth Century - Empire Style
                          a) Lady with a Spencer
            b) Lady in Ball Gown (1805), Lady with High Hat
                   c) Lady in Douillette, Lady in Gown
                    d) Court Dress, Man with Garrick

           Plate #87 - Early Nineteenth Century - Restoration
                                 a) (1814)
                                 b) (1818)
                                 c) (1819)
                             d) (1818), (1819)
          Plate #88 - Early Nineteenth Century - Bavarian Army
   a) Cavalry Captain in the Gendarmerie (1812-1815), First Lieutenant of Artillery
                   (1811-1825), Lieutenant of Transport (1815-1825)
 b) Infantryman (1814-1825), Grenadier of the Guard (1812-1815), Light Cavalryman
  c) Uhlan Private (1814-1822), National Light Cavalryman in Regiment (1813-1815),
                      Hussar of the the 2nd Regiment (1815-1822)
    d) Uhlan Officer Garde du Corps, Officer in the Private (1814-1823), Cuirassier
                     Garde du Corps, Trumpeter of Corps in Gala

       Plate #89 - First Half of the Nineteenth Century - Germany
                    a) Upper-Class Dress (1825-1830)
                    b) Upper-Class Dress (1815-1820)
                     c) Upper-Class Dress (1820-1825)
            d) Munich (1822), Waitress, Middle-Class Family

         Plate #90 - Late Nineteenth Century - Italian Folk Dress
                          a) Area Around Rome
b) In the Volscian Mountains, Fisherman from the Neapolitan Apennines
                  c) San Germano, On the Roman Coast
                 d) Genzano, Piper from the Neapolitan
Plate #91 - Late Nineteenth Century - Spanish Folk Dress
                  a) Valencia, Granada
                   b) Alicante, Zamora
                     c) Leon, Segovia
                        d) Murcia

Plate #92 - Late Nineteenth Century - Dutch Folk Dress
                    a) Scheveningen
                        b) Frisia
                       c) Marken
                       d) Marken

Plate #93 - Late Nineteenth Century - Dutch Folk Dress
       Plate #94 - Late Nineteenth Century - French Folk Dress
                              a) Brittany
                              b) Brittany
                              c) Brittany
                              d) Brittany

      Plate #95 - Late Nineteenth Century - Alsatian Folk Dress
a) Outskirts of Schlettstadt, Brumath, Near Weissenburg, Oberseebach
                b) Aschbach, Weissenburg, Kochersberg
      c) Oberseebach, Aschbach (Sultz), Outskirts of Strasbourg
 d) Kochersberg, Krautgersheim (Schlettstadt), Colmar, Oberseebach

       Plate #96 - Late Nineteenth Century - Swiss Folk Dress
                         a) Berne, Simmental
                       b) Valais, Unterwalden
                          c) Zug, Guggisberg
                     d) St. Gallen, Schaffhausen
         Plate #97 - Late Nineteenth Century - North German Folk Dress
     a) Hamburg, Man and Woman from the Vierlande, Hannover, Peasant Woman from
                                      Nottendorf (Geest)
      b) Schleswig-Holstein - Woman in Communion Dress, Peasant from Hohenwested,
                                   Woman from the Halligen
     c) Frisia - Girl and Peasant From Wyck, Peasant Woman from Ostenfeld (Old Dress)

    d) Frisia - Peasant Woman From the Island of Fohr, From Romoe, From Wyck On Fohr

Plate #98 - Late Nineteenth Century - German Folk Dress (Former Grand-Duchy of
                                        a) Hauenstein
                    b) Breigau, Witichhausen, Vilchband (Tauber Area)
                        c) Black Forest, Schapbachthal, Hauenstein
             d) Hardt Area (Iffezheim), Tauber Area (Witichhausen, Vilchband)

Plate #99 - Late Nineteenth Century - German Folk Dress (Former Grand-Duchy of
                              a) Western Baar, Catholic Baar
                                b) Guttach Valley, East Baar
                             c) Wedding Costume, Hauenstein
                                     d) Western Baar
Plate #100 - Late Nineteenth Century - German Folk Dress (Former Grand-Duchy of Baden)
                                     a) Hanau Region
                                       b) Renchthal
                                      c) Eastern Baar
                                d) St. Georgen, Sommerau

           Plate #101 - Late Nineteenth Century - German Folk Dress (Bavaria)
                                        a) Dachau
                                      b) Rosenheim
                                       c) Miesbach
                                       d) Miesbach

           Plate #102 - Late Nineteenth Century - German Folk Dress (Bavaria)
                                 a) Starnberg and Vicinity
                                 b) Starnberg and Vicinity
                                c) Bridesmaids, Starnberg
                                     d) Wolfratshausen
Plate #103 - Late Nineteenth Century - Tyrolean Folk Dress
                    a) Meran (Merano)
                     b) Grodner Valley
                   c) Teffereggen Valley
                      d) Puster Valley

Plate #104 - Late Nineteenth Century - Tyrolean Folk Dress
                     a) Jung-Aillertal
                      b) Alt-Zillertal
               c) Amras-Innsbruck Vicinity
         d) Lower Inn Valley in an Earlier Period

Plate #105 - Late Nineteenth Century - Tyrolean Folk Dress
     a) Brixen (Bressanone), Unterwangenberg, Brixen
                   b) Oetz (Adige) Valley
                         c) Wipptal
                        d) Alpbach
          Plate #106 - Late Nineteenth Century - Monastic Orders
                               a) Benedictines
                               b) Franciscans
                         c) Hieronymites (Hermits)
                                d) Capuchins

               Plate #107 - Late Nineteenth Century - Egypt
                 a) Bedouin Girl, Fruit Vendor, Messenger
                  b) Inhabitants of Port Said, Water Seller
              c) Tambourine Player, Water Carrier, Servant
               d) Bedouin Musician, Slave Girl, Street Dress

               Plate #108 - Late Nineteenth Century - Near East
                  a) Prince of Lebanon, Moslem of Damascus
b) Vicinity of Damascus, Moslem Woman - Vicinity of Mecca, Fellah Woman -
                             Vicinity of Damascus
               c) Armenian Girl, Druse, Inhabitant of Damascus
d) Dervish, Syrian Peasant, Young Druse Woman, Karvass (Police Officer) in
                 Plate #109 - Late Nineteenth Century - Dalmatia
            a) Inhabitants of Kuzevice (Crivoscie), Porter from Dubrovnik (Ragusa)
         b) Man from Gruda Near Dubrovnik, Risen - Boka Kotorska, Girl from Gruda
                                  (Risano, Bocche di Cattaro)
      c) Girl from Draste Boka Kotorska, Women and girl from Kuzevice Boka Kotorska
          d) Man from Tartaro Near Sibenico (Sebenico), Woman from the Islands off
                                 Sibenik, Girl from Bukovica

    Plate #110 - Late Nineteenth Century - Asia (Lebanon, India, and Arabia)
      a) Maronite from Lebanon, Inhabitant of Zeibek, Christian Woman from Lebanon
               b) Syria - Belka, Woman from Damascus, Arab from Baghdad
                         c) India - King of Delhi, Brahmanic Student
                        d) Chukchi Woman Buryat Woman Ostyaks

Plate #111 - Late Nineteenth Century - Folk Dress in European Turkey (Now Parts
                   of Albania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, and Greece)
      a) Skodra (Scutari), Prizren, Arnauts (Albanians) from Janina, Bulgar
                  b) Kirdish Woman From Juzgat, Preveza, Chios
                      c) Skodra, Adrianople (Edirne), Saloniki
                               d) Monastir, Thessaly
                  Plate #112 - Late Nineteenth Century - Caucasus
           a) Bayadere from Shemakha, Georgian Woman, Circassian from Khevsur
       b) Cossack Girl from Cherlenaya, Woman from Akhty in Dagestan, Woman from
                         c) Tushin, Militiamen from Anapa, Lezghian
      d) Cossack Woman from the Black Sea, Cossack of the Line, Inhabitant of Kabardah

                Plate #113 - Late Nineteenth Century - Central Asia
a) Man from Khiva, Emir of Bukhara, Teke Turkmen, Girl from Samarkand, Police
                               Soldier from Bukhara
                           b) Dervish, Turkmen Women
        c) Sartish Women and man from Turkestan on the Chinese Border
                                d) Men from Khiva

                Plate #114 - Late Nineteenth Century - Afghanistan
             a) Atah Mahomed Ambassador at Kabul and his Retinue
                         b) Afghans from the Khyber Pass
                         c) Indian Dancing Girl, Afghans
                                    d) Afghans
         Plate #115 - Late Nineteenth Century - Tibet and Kashmir
                        a) Tibetan Women and Girl
                   b) Tibetan Woman, Lama from Lhasa
c) Kashmir - Men from Ladaskh in the Himalayas, Soldier of the Maharahah
      d) Kashmir - Dancing Girl, Personal Guard of the Rajah, Rajah

        Plate #116 - Late Nineteenth Century - India and Malaysia
                 a) Parsees from Bombay and Singapore
                           b) Klings (Telingas)
           c) Prince and Woman of Rajputana, Hindu Woman
                     d) Coolie, Muham, Kling (Tjetti)

     Plate #117 - Late Nineteenth Century (1880) - Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
                               a) Singhalese
                               b) Singhalese
         c) Singhalese Nobleman, Page of the Governor of Ceylon
                        d) Singhalese Devil Dancers
Plate #118 - Late Nineteenth Century - Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Java, Siam (Thailand)
                         a) Actresses from Jaffna - Ceylon
                           b) Herald, Actors from Jaffna
                        c) Actors and Actresses from Java
                        d) Actors and Actresses from Siam

      Plate #119 - Late Nineteenth Century - Siam (Thailand) and Burma
                  a) Buddhist Monk, King and Queen of Siam
                              b) Burmese Women
              c) Women of the Karen Tribe (Mountains of Burma)
 d) Pu-cho Weavers from Burma, Woman from Ava Former Capital of Burma

    Plate #120 - Late Nineteenth Century - Burma and Indo-China (Vietnam)
                                   a) Priests from Annam
     b) Town Dress of Women from Tonkin, Woman from Tonkin, Cult Objects, Riflemen
                                         from Tonkin
       c) Burma - Officer (Older Uniform), Minister in Gala with the Tsalve Order, Girl
                                       from Mandalay
                        d) Nobleman from Annam, Girl from Annam
           Plate #121 - Late Nineteenth Century - East Indies
a) Malays from Minangkabau - Sumatra, Bataks from Sumatra, Man from Macassar -
              b) Regent of Cheribon - Java, Man from the Island of Nias
             c) Dyaks Woman - Borneo, Warrior, Girl of the Aristocracy
                                 d) Dyaks, Princess

   Plate #122 - Late Nineteenth Century (1880) - Chinese in Malaysia
                                    a) Actresses
          b) Merchant from Penang in Festive Dress, Woman from Macao
              c) Southern Chinese (From Fukien), Merchant in Penang
  d) Babas from the Straits Settlements, Shoemaker (Opium Eater) from Singapore

              Plate #123 - Late Nineteenth Century - Japan
                                a) Soldiers
                              b) Commoners
                     c) Girl Musicians, An Authority
                           d) Girls and Women
         Plate #124 - Late Nineteenth Century - Asiatic Russia (Siberia)
               a) Guberniya of Tomsk, Kirghiz Woman and Man
                      b) Siberia Tartar Woman, Kalmucks
                             c) Nomads from Amur
            d) Bashkirs, Steppe Dweller, Tartar Woman from Kazan

          Plate #125 - Late Nineteenth Century - Russian Folk Dress
                          a) Tartars from the Crimea
        b) Mordvin (Volga Finn), Cheremiss (Mari) Woman, Estonians
  c) Woman from Yaroslavl, Woman from Tver, Man and Woman from Kaluga
d) Woman from Ryazan, Guberniya of Vornezh, Finnish Woman, Guberniya of St.

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