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The Motorist and His Bride—‘This cartoon is making fun of motorists and the protective clothing and accessories they wore at the beginning of the twentieth century. The couple is so devoted to motoring, they are posing for their wedding picture all suited up for the road.’  Source: Fliegende Blätter, Munich, 1904 (via Retronaut)

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    I could easily see this as a steam punk cosplay today…
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    People laugh at the protective clothing motorists wore then, but do remember that these were open cars, often with...
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