Sunday, September 11, 2016

Back Page - Jodhpurs - Page Two

Here are more of those found photographs with people wearing Jodhpurs and similar pants.

Two women hiking.

Where would we be today without Jodhpurs?

Woman in Gaucho Pants

New Additions

Five, out sitting on a rock
Jodhpurs and Sailor style blouses

Out sitting on a rock
Jodhpur Pair
Girl in gaucho pants and a hat

Mary Lou and group Grand Lake Cottage summer 1926
mountain view
The Jodhpurs Gang
The Jodhpur Gang

Melanie felt a little blurry.
Three Girls
Five in jodhpurs on a bridge

Man in Jodhpurs
A-leans in Jodhpurs!

Girl with cap and jodhpurs
Two on a hike
Two with Jodhpurs

Two girls and a child
Two and a wheelbarrow
And another thing ...

Early Uniforms

Four and one on a stretcher
Couple with antlers

Girl on a rock
What is going on here?

Woman in  jodhpurs with kid by a very early light plane
Group with Dog and Horse.

Three on a mountain
Jodhpurs and Sailor style blouses

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  1. Of course jodhpurs are an appropriate men's fashion for riding in the cavalry or playing polo, but how did it become a uni-sex trouser?

    1. Thanks Mike Brubaker. I have no idea. The two pages in LOST GALLERY do get an inordinate amount of visits. I have no idea why that is either.



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