For men, look at vests, neckties, the fit of a jacket (loose or fitted) and how it is buttoned.Since I'm no fashionista, I turned to websites such as Family Chronicle, which also has published two books on dating photos, for help in matching styles with a particular era.
The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.
In the early 1870s, Michael would have been in his twenties and Peter in his teens and both were living in St. Timothy would have been too young to be either brother.
Close examination of sleeves and collars can provide valuable information.
Other things to look for on women are the presence and size of a bustle and the fullness of the skirt.
It was about England refusing to go along with the rest of Europe in adopting the Gregorian calendar.
The English year didn’t change until March 25, or Lady Day, when Christians celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin. C., he ordered a new calendar, one with 12 months, 365 days and a start date of January 1.
"He's very protective of his relationships so isn't going to want to make a big show of things. He was hooked up to a heart monitor and shown a photo of her.
I'm sure she's a wonderful person." His heart rate was low—but reached its highest level on the Chelsea boot, the next photo Grimshaw showed Styles.
Tintypes This inexpensive photo process was similar to the Ambrotype, but instead of using a glass plate, the tintype image was processed on a thin sheet of blackened iron – not tin.
The name might come from the fact that tin shears were used to cut the iron plate.
Do you ever feel like you were born in the wrong era? The small gestures really make a difference in the development of a strong and healthy relationship.