1800s: Early Photographs of Women’s Hair Chris December 15, 2011 1800-1899, Fashion & beauty 5 CommentsFavourited 2451 times Add to favourites Sources: Photo History, Foxes in Breeches, Anonymous Works, Gotham Patterns, Clancy’s Classics, and Ellen Benson 5 Responses Dy January 20, 2012 The long hair is very pretty but I bet it is a pain to take care of. Reply Deborah C May 31, 2012 It looks like too that some of the ladies hair was rather uneven and I bet it was really a chore to wash and dry and then to have to brush out.. Reply Random Devotchka July 19, 2012 The group of seven women are sisters. They were famous in their day and sold a special hair grow soap. Honestly, if I ever found an unused bar of this soap, I would use it to see if it really works- wouldn’t you? Reply Jennifer Hussain October 7, 2012 The Bible says that hair is a woman’s Crowning Glory – these women’s hair certainly is! Reply Ariel February 17, 2014 Nightmare fuel. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.