Woman in corset.
Original title: Reducing the Surplus. "Now, Pull Hard!"
Scanned from stereoscope card, copyrighted 1899 by T. W. Ingersoll.
USA copyright expired. Other copyrights, if any, unknown.
REDUCING THE SURPLUS. "NOW PULL HARD!"
A small waist between a full bust and ample hips, such is the shibboleth of fashion, and the poor girl that relies on her figure to make a good impression, is sorely put to it, if nature has denied her the shape of a wasp or if she has not learned to rely on physical exercise to model her frame. A vigorous walk of ten miles a day, supplemented by ten minutes of lung gymnastics, would do wonders for her.
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