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The Little Woman: 1905

The Little Woman: 1905

Circa 1905. "The Missis." A real you-know-what, with fake hands. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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Doggy backtalk

If you had to get your picture taken dressed like this, you'd look like a real "you-know-what" too!

Remember:

"There's no need to fear, Underbite is here!"

Mimi

How did your date go with Mr. Lecter?

Why Dogs Bite People

That was the title of a series of pictures of dogs in really stupid costumes that I got last week. This could be included just for the look on this "lady's" face.

Awww

There's that puppy wuppy again. Such a good doggy. Although you were a bit more manly with the cap and pipe.

Can't fool me!

That's Tommy Atkins in drag!

Grandma!

She looks a little like my grandmother, God rest her soul. There's a lot of love in those eyes. And a little aggravation with uncomfortable undergarments. I could be projecting, though.

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