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This dress belonged to Juliette Geneva Hollenback (1881-1917), the youngest daughter of prominent financier and philanthropist John Welles Hollenback (1834-1923).

This dress belonged to Juliette Geneva Hollenback the youngest daughter of prominent financier and philanthropist John Welles Hollenback

Girl's dress, silk brocade and satin trimmed with lace, with shell buttons, c. 1885, English.

Book Outfits ~ Changeless "Something for young Prudence to wear, in between the Parasol Protectorate and the Parasol Protectorate abroad books." 1885 Girl’s Dress The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Ensemble Date	1860-1869 Culture	American, attributed Description	Bright blue silk taffeta. Bodice: long sleeves, button back white fringe. Skirt: full with fringe trim. Belt: as peplum with fringe. Sleeves: extra, shaped.

Ensemble Date Culture American, attributed Description Bright blue silk taffeta. Bodice: long sleeves, button back white fringe. Skirt: full with fringe trim. Belt: as peplum with fringe.

Girl's Plaid Silk Dress, circa 1885 | I SWEAR I had a dress almost exactly like this in the 1980s.... #Victorian #1880s

Date: 1885 Culture: American Medium: Silk Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Louise Gross, 1986

Suit 1896, 19th century Fibre: silk (velvet, taffeta, corded) cotton (lace, lining); shell: mother of pearl

Little Lord Fauntleroy Suit- A popular fashion of young boys in the This was a velvet suit tunic that went passed just below the waist. Characteristics of this suit include: tight knicker-boxers, a wide sash, and a wide lace collar.

Upcoming Sales  GIRL'S PURPLE STRIPE BUSTLE DRESS, 1870s 1 piece lavender silk taffeta, white pin stripes, ruched ivory satin & self pleated trims, pipe…

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fripperiesandfobs:  Day dress ca. 1882-85 From the Smith College...

Day Dress North America “ This day outfit, from the late bustle era, was worn by Kate Morris Cone, a student in the first graduating class of Smith College in The fawn wool bodice is.

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