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Black bodice with white lace inserts, Jeanne Paquin, ca. 1900-03. Made of strips of silk chiffon with multiple stitched tucks laid over black taffeta foundation. Strips are woven so as to leave spaces filled with lace inserts, suggesting the Renaissance style of painting, revealing white layer underneath. Sleeves finish in deep funnel cuff. Skirt is missing. Smith College Historic Clothing

Black bodice with white lace inserts, Jeanne Paquin, ca. Made of strips of silk chiffon with multiple stitched tucks laid over black taffeta foundation. Strips are woven so as to leave spaces.

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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt News: Looks like the Jolie-Pitt custody battle is getting uglier by the day. Ever cautious Jolie wants Pitt to attend joint sessions with a trauma specialist to help their kids get over the plane incident.

Fourteen Layer Cake-11/23/14-DOUBLE the icing recipe, do not cook icing as long??, do not stack the layers until you are icing them, use skewers to hold layers together until set.

The Smith Family's 12-Layer Cake

Crockpot Applesauce — Pip and Ebby

Crockpot Applesauce

Miss Smith to You [CD]

Miss Smith to You [CD]

IF THIS KIND OF BITTERSWEETNESS KEEPS POPPING UP ON MY EXPLORE TAB, I'M GOING TO HAVE A MENTAL BREAKDOWN!!!

The Last Halloween Post: Doctor Who Costumes and Halloween Trail Mix -

Everything is cool... except that. Raise your hand if you can hear how Matt said these lines in your head!

Doctor Who - Matt Smith was my first. Because Bow ties are cool. But not the only thing.

Miss Smith looked and looked and looked and finally found her new home. Bye bye Miss Smith. . . #dog #dogportrait #textilesculpture

Miss Smith looked and looked and looked and finally found her new home. Bye bye Miss Smith. . . #dog #dogportrait #textilesculpture

Miss Smith of Adwick Hall, who did the painting around 1820 for this aquatint engraving of a Chinese Tree Peony, is known to us only by her last name and place of residence. Another botanical illustrator known by her last name, alone, is Miss Adams.

Miss Smith of Adwick Hall, who did the painting around 1820 for this aquatint engraving of a Chinese Tree Peony, is known to us only by her last name and place of residence. Another botanical illustrator known by her last name, alone, is Miss Adams.