Pictures of children at school, at play, and doing chores.  These fine steel engravings were made from paintings in the late 19th century by Illman Brothers for Peterson’s Magazine in Philadelphia, PA. Peterson’s Magazine was a popular American magazine designed for women, and focused on fashion and etiquette during the Victorian era.

Each print measures about 6 x 9 inches and is blank on the reverse side.

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See the rest of this series at my ebay store.