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Housemaid Gallery

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Choose from 49 pictures in our Housemaid collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Household Staff - Upper Middle Class Featured Print

Household Staff - Upper Middle Class

A truly superb photograph of British Small Country Household Staff of the 1910s - Upper Middle Class (from left to right): Groundsman/Gardener - Housemad/Maid - General Factotum - Cook - Groom - Housemaid. Date: circa 1910s

1910s, Apr19, Apron, Attire, Bowl, British, Brush, Class, Cook, Costume, Country, Dustpan, Employment, Factotum, Gardener, General, Groom, Groundsman, Group, Household, Housemaid, Maid, Middle, Mixing, Small, Staff, Uniform, Upper

Maid with Tray Featured Print

Maid with Tray

An Edwardian housemaid hurries along the vast hallway of an Edwardian Country House carrying a tray of edibles for her masters. Date: early 1900s (re-enactment)

© Mary Evans Picture Library/SIMON ROBERTS

1900s, Carrying, Country, Early, Edibles, Edwardian, Enactment, Female, Hallway, Historical, History, House, Housemaid, Housemaids, Hurries, Maid, Masters, Servants, Tray, Vast

Sarcastic take on the Rigours of war on Home Front - WW1 Featured Print

Sarcastic take on the Rigours of war on Home Front - WW1

WW1 - Sarcastic take on the Rigours of war on Home Front by Phyllis Spence. (from left) Standard Dress the Lady of the house horrified by the standardised form of ladies dress encouraged during WW1, removing frills and fancies for plain styling. The Pig replaces the Pug - dog owners (particularly women) were criticised for wasting resources by keeping pet dogs, particularly toy dogs. The Hidden Hoard of Potatoes - the biggest single social crime on the home Front during WW1 was a perceived hoarding of foodstuffs over and above's one rationed allowance. Here the potatoes have been stashed in a mattress. Date: 1917

© Mary Evans Picture Library