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HomeContentsOnline exhibitions > Portrait: Cross-dressing, gender switching and related issues

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LL/33032
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
A boy dressed as a girl 
n.d. 
Carte de visite 
Private collection of John Toohey 

  
LL/33847
ThumbnailL. K. Oldroyd (Mt. Vernon, OH) 
Bearded Lady 
n.d. 
Carte de visite 
J. Cosmas Vintage Photography 

  
LL/33754
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Man wearing woman‘s attire 
n.d. 
Carte de visite 
Stereoviews: Stereoviews and Fine 19th & 20th Century Antique Photographs 
Courtesy of David Spahr (www.stereoviews.com) 
  

  
LL/33045
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Japanese Noh actor 
1890s (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Private collection of John Toohey 

  
LL/33046
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
German or Austrian woman dressed as a soldier 
1890s (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Private collection of John Toohey 

  
LL/34099
ThumbnailErwin Frères (Paris) 
Leonide Leblanc 
1870 (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 

  
LL/34102
ThumbnailFranck (Paris) 
Cross-dressed men 
1865 (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 

  
LL/34103
ThumbnailBayard and Bertall (Paris) 
Man with muff and bonnet 
1865 (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 

  
LL/36786
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
A man with a moustache dressed in women's clothing; he is wearing an exotic costume with corset type doublet and hose, carrying a whip 
1896 (ca) 
 
Wellcome Collection 
Wellcome Library, London (L0035130, Library reference no.: Archives and Manuscripts PP/KEB/E/6), From: Richard von Krafft-Ebing Collection 
  
10 
  
LL/33044
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Turkish boy 
1950s (ca) 
Postcard, made from studio portraits 
Private collection of John Toohey 
11 
  
LL/33031
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
A woman dressed as a priest 
n.d. 
Carte de visite 
Private collection of John Toohey 
12 
  
LL/33033
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Theatrical scene including a man dressed as a woman 
1925 (embossed date) 
Real photo postcard 
Private collection of John Toohey 
13 
  
LL/33580
ThumbnailH.N. King (Bath) 
James Rogers dressed as Miss Eily O'Connor in a burlesque of Dion Boucicault's "the Colleen Bawn" 
1860
Carte de visite 
Private collection of John Toohey 
14 
  
LL/34089
ThumbnailHerbert Watkins (London) 
Frederick Robson as Medea, first performed at the Olympic in 1856 
1860 (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 
15 
  
LL/34092
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Francis William Hudson as Anne in an amateur production at Cambridge of "the Seventh Shot" 
1860 
Albumen print 
6 x 3.5 in (15.3 x 9.6 cm) 
Paul Frecker 
16 
  
LL/34093
ThumbnailSouthwell Brothers 
Jimmy Rogers as Miss Eily O'Connor in a burlesque of Dion Boucicault's "the Colleen Bawn" 
1862 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 
17 
  
LL/34094
ThumbnailSouthwell Brothers 
Jimmy Rogers as Miss Eily O'Connor in a burlesque of Dion Boucicault's "the Colleen Bawn" 
1862 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 
18 
  
LL/34095
ThumbnailSouthwell Brothers 
Jimmy Rogers as Miss Eily O'Connor in a burlesque of Dion Boucicault's "the Colleen Bawn" 
1862 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 
19 
  
LL/34096
ThumbnailSouthwell Brothers 
Hon. Lewis Wingfield as Miss Yellowleaf in a revival of "the Bengal Tiger" 
1865 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 
20 
  
LL/34097
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
John Lawrence Toole in an unidentified role. 
1865 (ca) 
Carte de visite 
Paul Frecker 

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