Spanish Boys' Clothes: Extended Family (1914)

Figure 1.--Here we have an unidentified Spanishg family. All we know about them is that the portrait was taken in 1914. They looked to a conservative, Catholic family.

We also note a large extended family in 1914, but do not know where they were from. Most of the HBC family pages show the nuclear family. Here we have a large extended family. Judgeing from the way the women are dressed, it was a conservative family. They were obviously a good Catholic family. The nun is presumably a member of the family who has taken vows. We see a mumber of children wearing a variety of outfits. One boy wears a short pants suit. The open collar style was popular.


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Created: 11:12 PM 12/14/2006
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