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Afternoon ensemble c1878–82 Culture: American Medium: silk, abalone Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 41 in. Length at CB (b): 36 in. Length at CB (c): 28 in. Accession Number: 2009.300.87a–c

Afternoon ensemble c1878–82 Culture: American Medium: silk, abalone Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 41 in. Length at CB (b): 36 in. Length at CB (c): 28 in. Accession Number: 2009.300.87a–c

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Robe à la Française 1765 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art after the the panniers petticoat became very wide

Dress Date: ca. 1870–1880 Media: Pale Olive Green Taffeta, Damask, And Sateen Accession Number: 52.12.1a-b Cuirasse style bodice, central panel of figured blue-green silk, attatched lace collar. Overskirt of figured silk attatches to bodice and is elaborately draped at the back. Trimmed with chenille fringe. Underskirt of olive taffeta, ruched, trained and trimmed with pleated flounces. For a large bustle.

FCBTC / Dress ca. Pale olive green taffeta, damask, and sateen. Cuirasse style bodice, central panel of figured blue-green silk, attatched lace collar. Overskirt of figured silk attatches to bodice and is elaborately draped at the back.

beskrivning/anteckningar: KM 34498. Brun sidenklädning som tillhört fru Engström, Karlshamn. Sk. av sterbhuset efter Fru Maria Olsson, Lund. samtidiga förvärv: KM 34488-34500 Beskrivning Kasack och kjol. Brun med besättningar på ärmarna och kjolen av rynkade remsor av tyget, skuret på skrådden. Bruna mönstrade tyllspetsar kring handlerna, kasackens framkanter från midjan samt runt nederkanten. På ärmarna även en lite rosett av tyget. Knäpps fram med 18 små, av tyget överklädda knappar…

Casaque and skirt, ca. Brown silk with brown lace and lined in cotton. Closes with 18 small self-fabric covered buttons. Small pocket on right hip.

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photobooth snapshot of a young lesbian couple. "The secrecy of the photobooth allowed people to create secret keepsakes for themselves. They also captured a spontaneity that is rarely seen in early photography of women.

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