These photos (all from the same ebay bunch) are from an era, a century ago, when the Scottish and English were a force in Uruguay. Enough of them are wholly or partly identified sufficiently to tell us that they are ladies of a certain standing ...
|Mary [Maria Carmen] MacEachen Stirling (b 1856) wife of Eduardo Guimerá. Mother of five. Sister to Eduardo MacEachen y Alarcón presidential candidate in 1903 |
|Agustina Segundo di Antuña|
|Maria ?Maratoris de ****|
|Justina Cortez sister of Don Jose Cortez|
|Mrs [?Thomas] Jefferies|
|Fancy dress, or for real?|
Well, they may be nothing but the Montevideo Countrywomen's Institute Crochet Circle ... but someone kept these photos together for a century and more ...
Be nice to know why. Uruguyans ...?