A home in the Scottish Highlands. Photographed ca. 1902 link
A group of women from the Calton, early 20th century.
These women are wrapped up warm in their shawls. Woolen shawls had
been common outerwear for women in rural areas of Scotland for generations.
They became fashionable among working-class Glasgow women during the mid-late
19th century, as mills in the city and in towns such as Paisley mass-produced
these simple, often colourful garments for sale at relatively low prices link