“Boy, dog and woman enjoying each other’s company,” Tallahassee, Florida, ca. 1910, via Florida Memory (State Library and Archives of Florida) on flickr.
Margaret Granville Wandooline (“Wanda”) Stuart . . . posing with “Garrick” at her home in Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland, 1899, photographer unknown, via State Library of Queensland Commons on flickr.
Wanda was the daughter of P. W. G. Stuart, private secretary to the Governor of Queensland.
This is the last post in this week’s theme, “children made to pose in gardens.”
The photographer’s daughter, Florence Sallows, photographing her little sister, Verna, and a small dog, date unknown, by Reuben R. Sallows, via Huron County (Ontario) Museum and Historic Gaol Commons on flickr.
But we like Mr. Riley (aka Puppy) anyway.