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The Costumer's Manifesto: Theatre UAF AntiqueCostume Collection

1890's Costumes

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HistoryUafcollection44481 25.jpgc.1895 "Artistic" Tea-gown in black silk with Lace and Velvet Ribbon Trim. This dress shows signs of an unsuccessful attempt to alter it into a maternitydress at a later date.

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HistoryUafcollection70987 16.jpg Black silk voided velvet cape with black china silk neck ruffles, blacksatin ribbon bow at back of neck, and French jet beaded appliqués radiating from thecenter.

See also

1891Woman's Wool Jacket

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