World War I (1914-1918) British Army officer relaxing in a garden, leaning against the support of a tennis net. He's wearing a polished Sam Browne belt and clean dress boots. He's also wearing a diamond wedding ring and a wristwatch (wristwatches gained in popularity during WWI, when officers found them to be more convenient than pocket watches in battle) and in a refined sort of way he has a handkerchief tucked up his left sleeve. Quarter plate size; dry plate process.
Mens 1920′s Fair Isle Sweater- The Fair Isle sweater is one of these more reasonable patterns. It came in a V neck pullover style with patterned stripes where each row is a different pattern. The were busy but festive. The prince of Wales worn them on and off the golf course so naturally all men followed. http://www.vintagedancer.com/1920s/1920s-mens-sweaters/
P is for puffin: a Newfoundland and Labrador alphabet - by Janet Skirving, illustrated by Odell Archibald. If you heard someone mention "jigs and reels", would you know they were talking about dancing and music? When someone says "get your dip nets and buckets," would you know you'd soon be scooping capelin from the beach? Take an alphabetic tour through the province with simple poems for younger readers.