I have an old photo of one of my ancestors and I'm not sure if its my 2nd or 3rd grt. grandfather. He is wearing one of those collarless shirts that from this photo almost looks as if he's wearing a white bib (there is that much of the shirt front showing from inside his jacket). There is no necktie. My question is, does anyone know what from what period men wore those type of shirts and for how long?I mean was this type of shirt in fashion for a long time? I have browsed page after page on the internet trying to locate this exact type of shirt from old photo's of men from the mid to latter 1800's but saw none that were like this one. Just think of a collar-less white bib and you will pretty much have what I'm trying to describe here. Thank you for any help at all in possibly dating this old photo.