Children

Girl in Pink ~ Free Vintage Postcard Graphics

by Julie J on February 18, 2015

This vintage postcard features a head and shoulders illustration of a beautiful Victorian girl with blonde hair and blue eyes. She is wearing a pretty pink coat with brown trim and a hat to match. The girl is framed by a lovely cluster of pink flowers and green leaves. Included on the right side of the […]

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Angel’s Whispers ~ Free Storybook Illustration

by Julie J on February 16, 2015

This vintage storybook illustration, titled Angel’s Whispers, features a Victorian girl seated in a comfortable chair with an open book resting on her lap. The girl appears to be enjoying a moment of reflection. A beautiful angel, with large wings and hands clasped in prayer, is hovering over the girl. The image is from a […]

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Loving by Oscar Pletsch ~ Free Vintage Image

by Julie J on February 12, 2015

This adorable vintage engraving titled Loving by Oscar Pletsch features two young sisters playing together. The younger sister is giving her older sister a sweet kiss on the cheek.The illustration is from Little Folks and Little Friends by Oscar Pletsch, circa 1880. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Girls Washing Doll Clothes ~ Free Vintage Clip Art Playing […]

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Young Love ~ Free Vintage Illustration

by Julie J on February 4, 2015

Here is a beautiful vintage illustration of young love. A Victorian girl, in a pretty pink dress, is sitting on an old wooden fence blowing on a dandelion that has gone to seed. Her friend is leaning against the fence holding a bouquet of flowers in his hand. He is looking admiringly at the girl. […]

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Cat’s Cradle ~ Free Vintage Clip Art

by Julie J on January 30, 2015

Here is an adorable vintage clip art illustration of a young Victorian girl teaching her cat Tabby, and the kittens, how to play Cat’s Cradle. One kitten is fast asleep but the mother cat and the kittens that are awake appear to be amused by the lesson. The engraving is from the October 1885 issue of St. […]

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Horsfords Acid Phosphate ~ Free Trade Card Image

by Julie J on January 23, 2015

This Victorian trading card features an illustration of a young girl with her arms folded and resting on a pedestal. She is wearing a ruffled shawl and ruffled bonnet with a large pink bow. The advertising on the card is for Horsford’s Acid Phosphate – a preparation for mental & physical exhaustion, dyspepsia, &c. Here […]

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1908 Children’s Fashion ~ Free Vintage Clip Art

by Julie J on January 16, 2015

Here is a group of four children modelling some of the latest clothing styles for children in 1908. The oldest child is holding a book and the younger three are each holding a handmade card or handwritten notes. The illustration is from the February 1908 issue of The Delineator magazine. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: […]

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Girls Playing in the Snow ~ Free Vintage Image

by Julie J on January 9, 2015

Here is a fun vintage image of five girls playing outdoors in the snow. One of the older girls is pulling a younger girl on a sled. The girls in the background are making snowballs. The illustration is from the February 1908 issue of The Delineator magazine. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Victorian Girls Fashion […]

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New Year’s Night ~ Free Vintage Clip Art

by Julie J on December 31, 2014

Here is a vintage poem titled New Year’s Night by Florence Folsom. The poem includes an illustration of a young mother holding her baby. The baby is lifting her hands toward the sky and there is an arc of stars above the mom and her child. The image is from the February 1889 issue of St. […]

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Concert to the Dolls ~ Free Vintage Clip Art

by Julie J on December 20, 2014

“Then the children gave a concert to the dolls, who were to be the company, while Bertha and Mary sang to them; Fido joining in the concert by howls, which, if they were not very musical, were at least expressive. They sang “Bo-peep” in parts, Bertha being the first voice, Mary the second, and Fido […]

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