|Between the Acts at a Ladies Cafe (1896)|
From the Galveston [Texas] Daily News, November 8, 1896
It's not terribly common to find illustrations of nineteenth-century ladies cafes that actually depict, well, ladies. Especially ladies that are enjoying each other's company without a lot of male escorts. So I'm sharing this particular print here. Unfortunately, the reproduction quality of this print is not terribly good (okay, it's awful) and the article that accompanies it is basically illegible. Very frustrating....
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