“Woman with wreath of leaves in her hair sitting in a field of daisies,” ca. 1900, photographer unknown, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
This photo was part of a large group of “artistic photographs,” primarily by early women photographers, that was donated to the Library of Congress by Frances Benjamin Johnston. In the spring of 1900, she had used some of these images in an exhibition of work by American women photographers at the Exposition Universelle Internationale in Paris.
Wallace and Dot Boyd, Fossie, and “Mother,” with “Uncle Phil” (standing) in a field of daisies. ca. 1900, one half of a stereographic portrait by an unknown photographer, via Library Company of Philadelphia Commons on flickr.
Girl with wildflowers (cropped slightly by me), ca. 1900, photographer unidentified but possibly Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr., via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
“Girl blowing bubbles on a daisy at Harvey’s,” Toronto, Ontario, June 25, 1916, by John Boyd, via Library and Archives Canada Commons under CC license.