I've been working on some more historical headcovering posts- and I'm finding that this is one area where Google image searches, or Google searches of pretty much any sort, are not coming up with anything. I think I've finally found an area too arcane for Google and the internet of 2013-almost-2014.
Pinterest has been a bit better, oddly. I've found some great images there, by searching for the name of a photographer who took many photos of Jewish women in northern Africa in the 1930s, but there are several topics that I've done some writing about, and can't find any images. (There were some excellent ones in the books I was using at the JTS library.)
It's oddly frustrating- here's this area that I'm interested in, and the internet actually can't provide for me. (This is highly reminiscent of my luck with research projects as a kid. My first research project in 4th grade was about the kibbutz, and the only sources I found between school and synagogue library were 1. a film strip, 2. a children's book for little kids, and 3. an adult book about the organization and governance of kibbutzim that was rather above my head. Nevertheless, I wrote a 10 page paper- Lord only knows how.)
It's also strange to think that I'm googling images of a women's head covering that was still worn not much more than a century ago, and come up with lots of pictures of some sort of stuffed cabbage. (Really. Truly.)
With those enticing thoughts, I leave you.