A selection of watercolors and sketches from an album by Rosalie Boyle who lived in the parish of Woodford, Essex, England which show scenes from the life of an average lady of that time period, 1862-1870. Quite interesting. From the website of antiquarian bookseller Justin Croft.

"Some pretty pictures are to be obtained between Geneva and Paris."
“Some pretty pictures are to be obtained between Geneva and Paris.” interior of a railway sleeping compartment on the Geneva-Paris line. 1862-1870. Image Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4
"And doth not a meeting like this make amends (pocket knives at a premium."
“And doth not a meeting like this make amends (pocket knives at a premium.” 1862-1870. Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4
"Sand Hoppers."
“Sand Hoppers.” Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4
"Charlie - Charlie this is not in the  Programme!'
“Charlie – Charlie this is not in the Programme!’ Image © 2020 Justin Croft. Fair use license. via https://www.justincroft.com/search/?vl_tag=social+sciences&vl_page=4

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