Posted by Caroline on September 16, 1998 at 22:26:41:
In response to Found some, written by P. Bingham on September 16, 1998 at 21:37:51
They are mostly a little late though:
Unfortunately, they are. I'm beginning to think that being bald between 1800 and 1820 was a complete and utter no-no, and it was only when these young corinthians (born 1790 and on) got into their thirties or forties that it became acceptable to have less hair and show it. Rather like the baby-boomers controlling the mores of their generation and after.So there must have been a big wigmaking industry going on somewhere, just making wigs that lwere more natural looking than those big grey things.
Thanks for the effort, though , Patricia. It's really appreciated. And don't worry about the pictures themselves- it's the idea I'm after here.
- I haven't given up yet. (nfm) P. Bingham 23:12:26 9/16/98 (1)
- little note on men's hairstyles P. Bingham 01:47:19 9/17/98 (0)
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