Amelia Jenks Bloomer, an American magazine editor who introduced the fashion for Bloomers, loose trousers gathered at the knee or ankle, they did not catch on but did re-appear as swimwear. Original Artwork: Lithograph by Noyce
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A statue at Seneca Falls depicting the first meeting of feminist activists Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton after they attended an anti slavery lecture by William Lloyd Garrison on May 12, 1851 - left to right - Susan B....More
Sheet music cover image of 'The bloomer polka' by J J Blockley, with lithographic or engraving notes reading 'Stannard & Dixon, 7 Poland St; Portrait of Mrs Amelia Bloomer From a Daguerreotype by Ffrench; Printed by J Blockley, 25...More
Portrait of Amelia Jenks Bloomer (1818 - 1894), an American women's rights advocate and champion of dress reform, mid nineteenth century.
Amelia Bloomer (Amelia Jenks) (1818 - 1894), champion of women's rights and dress reform wearing the 'trousers' she designed which were called 'bloomers'.
Caricature of the phenomenon called bloomerism, term derived from the diffusion of feminists ideas by Amelia Bloomer (1818 - 1894) american activist, known for its commitment in favor of the rights of women. The cartoon depicts women...More
Amelia Bloomer (1818-1894) American feminist and champion of dress reform. The style of dress for women she designed and wore, and which gave the name of Bloomers for women's nether garments. Wood engraving, London, 1869.
An illustration from 1851shows a woman wearing 'Bloomers,' a pair of full trousers under a short skirt. The trousers got their name from Amelia Jenks Bloomer, a women's rights proponent who did not invent the costume, but advocated it...More