Various shots illustrating ladies' fashions in America at the Turn of the Century.
Unused / unissued material - dates unclear or unknown.
Flashframe title: "The following shots were actually photographed over 25 years ago when motion pictures were young and the art of photography undeveloped. Movies were then known as the 'Flickies' and the 'Jumpies'."
Flashframe title: "They're still finding fault with the modern girl and wishing the old fashioned girl were back".
Flashframe title: "Here are some Red Hot Mammas of 1900. (Easter Day, New York City)."
United States of America (USA).
Various shots of ladies and (some) gentlemen walking past camera across small bridge. Showing off the fashions of the day.
Intertitle reads: "The modern girl is sinful? See how the old fashioned girl covered a multitude of shins!"
Shots of women modelling long dresses.
Intertitle reads: "Now figures never lie -- but oh! How they used to in the old days!"
Shots of model wearing evening outfit.
Intertitle reads: "This Rose of Yesterday seems to be all stem!"
Shots of woman wearing corset. She revolves for the camera to show her whole body.
Intertitle reads: "Even the chorus girls wore everything but the parlor (sic) sofa!"
Side view of dancers performing on stage with male lead.