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Women's Berlin wool work shoes from circa 1850. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Women's Berlin wool work shoes from circa 1850. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Shoes, 1845-60 France (probably), the Met Museum A rare example of extant day shoes from this era

Shoes, 1845-60 France (probably), the Met Museum A rare example of extant day shoes from this era

1860s bronzed kid chameleon slippers (having cutouts revealing contrasting silk, edged with tambour embroidery). Lined with linen and kid. Blue silk ribbon binding, large bow, and rosette topped with tiny decorative buckle. Made by Julien Mayer, Paris. Manchester Galleries.

1860s bronzed kid chameleon slippers (having cutouts revealing contrasting silk, edged with tambour embroidery). Lined with linen and kid. Blue silk ribbon binding, large bow, and rosette topped with tiny decorative buckle. Made by Julien Mayer, Paris. Manchester Galleries.

Civil War Era CDV Photo Lovely Young Women Pretty Hoop Dress St Louis Missouri | No Date.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Civil War Era CDV Photo Lovely Young Women Pretty Hoop Dress St Louis Missouri | No Date. More

Harriet Douglas Whetten, Civil War nurse (1860) Wisconsin...

Harriet Douglas Whetten, Civil War nurse (1860) Wisconsin...

Civil war nurse  Sarah Low

Civil war nurse Sarah Low

The Victorian Needle: Kristen: How to make a Victorian Traveling Bag

The Victorian Needle: Kristen: How to make a Victorian Traveling Bag

Dressing the 1840s: 1860s Traveling Bag

Dressing the 1840s: 1860s Traveling Bag

Pence jug. Knit. c1830-1860. Green silk and copper beads. 4" x 2"

Pence jug. Knit. c1830-1860. Green silk and copper beads. 4" x 2"

Traveling Reticule, August 1859, Page 105, Godey's magazine, via Google Books.

Traveling Reticule, August 1859, Page 105, Godey's magazine, via Google Books.