Another of George Ruff Junior's photographic children's studies particularly of the poorer ones. These children seem to be reasonably clad for the period (1900-1904), two wearing Eton collars and all, lace-up boots. Shoes were seldom worn then. The fox-terrier was probably the most popular breed of dog at this time.

Image Reference: JG_24_177.tif
Date: c.1900
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 240x190
Place: Brighton
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