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Photo of Francis A. ChanningBain News Serviceno date recorded on caption cardReference: Picture Quality: The photo shown above is much smaller and

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1936 Negligée, NL30-7109

1936 Negligée, NL30-7109

1936 Negligée digitally-drafted pattern originally by Butterick 'For women and misses, the negligée has a two-piece flared skirt attached at

Revolutionary War Patriot Samuel Cutts & His 1780s Suit. There is a narrow cut to blue silk coat with its matching buttons. The fabric for the coat likely English, but cut and tailored in New England/New Hampshire; elaborate silk brocade waistcoat was probably pieced together from a kit. Slim cut breeches underscored that this was not a man not involved in physical labor. The ensemble emphasized a lean silhouette. More: http://www.silkdamask.blogspot.co.nz/…/revolutionary-war-pa… Via…

Revolutionary War Patriot Samuel Cutts & His Suit. There is a narrow cut to blue silk coat with its matching buttons.

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