ca. 1855-95, [carte de visite portrait of a young gentleman in a top hat smoking an elaborate pipe], T.A. Brown
President Lincoln’s dog, Fido, “a yellow mixed breed.” Fido’s fate is unknown. He parted ways with the Lincolns after Abraham won the presidency in 1860. According to the National Park Service, Fido was given to a neighbor when Lincoln and his wife and sons left for Washington.
London policemen wear gas masks for a training drill, 1937.
A caricature sequence of posed joke photographs showing five stages of putting on a crinoline, ca. 1860.