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Au Bois de Boulogne

∴ Trios ∴ the three graces & groups of 3 in art and photos - Edwardian Women

(1920's) This source is a picture of women flappers posing for the camera. Flappers were very, very popular in the 1920’s, especially across Canada. Many Canadian men looked and “hanged out” with flappers post WW1, as they did not want to return to the society’s rules and roles. These men carried a carefree type of spirit. Many young Canadian women became flappers in order to make “easy cash”.

Mary Pickford’s tea party interesting group of women.Notice all but one has their ankles demurely crossed and all but one has a hat? She is the one I'd like to meet :) she also seems far more interested in something off camera.

A Teddy Girl, striking a pose

Pat Wilson posing with umbrella aloft. Cool Cats and Tom Boys: Ken Russell’s ‘The Last of the Teddy Girls’ - LightBox

A Victorian Memento Mori, or post mortem photograph, of a mother who died in childbirth alongside her children.

A Victorian "hidden mother' memento mori / post mortem photo / photograph. In the Victorian Era, women holding infants were often covered; because the photograph is meant to be cropped to show only the infant.

La Bell epoque paris 1900

La Belle Epoque, Paris early French for "Beautiful Era") was a period in French and Belgian history that is conventionally dated as starting in 1871 and ending when World War I began in 1914 in Europe and Great Britain.

Verna Erikson .  One of the few women enrolled in the University of Technology, Verna was about 24 when this photo was taken.  She was part of an underground White resistance group of women who transported arms and participated in the fighting.  A month after the war’s end in May 1918, Verna was among the women awarded the Order of the Cross of Liberty.

“One of the finest protectresses of the Helsinki White Guard., a student at the University of Technology, bearing three bandoliers and a large pistol. Is carrying some