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Wool child’s dress, MFA Boston, 1860
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Wool child’s dress, MFA Boston, 1860

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Girls Dress, maker unknown, American. Worn by Mrs. Martin L. Dresser (Sarah Jane Smith), born 1839.
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Dresser (Sarah Jane Smith), born Geography: Made in United States, North and C.

American Girl's dress at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia…

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Girls Dress, maker unknown, American. Worn by Mrs. Martin L. Dresser (Sarah Jane Smith), born 1839.

Girls Dress, maker unknown, American. Worn by Mrs. Martin L. Dresser (Sarah Jane Smith), born 1839.
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1860 Child's long gown | V Search the Collections
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Baby's white linen gown made in a style reminiscent of fashionable century female dress;

British Infant's long gown at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

1860 Child's long gown | V Search the Collections

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Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Dress Mid- 19th century Medium:Cotton plain weave, cotton/linen plain weave reverse appliqué, cotton lace
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Vintage Fashion: A darling child's cotton dress with linen appliqué and cotton lace. CIrca Photo Credit: Philidelphia Museum of Art

Skirt style of dress I imagined for Alice.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Dress Mid- 19th century Medium:Cotton plain weave, cotton/linen plain weave reverse appliqué, cotton lace

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Child's Dress Mid- 19th century Medium:Cotton plain weave, cotton/linen plain weave reverse appliqué, cotton lace
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Girl’s dress ca. 1865 via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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historicalfashion: “ Girl’s party dress, MFA Boston, 1865 ” speaking of ancient OCs, I have one who would wear the shit out of this

Girl's dress in three parts American, about 1865 United States Dimensions Dress center back: 80 cm in.) Medium or Technique Silk plain weave (taffeta and organza), cotton twill Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

Girl’s dress ca. 1865 via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Girl’s dress ca. 1865 via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Date Made: 1850-55  Description:  Dress; boy's, red wool with black print accented with black velvet band on short sleeve.

Date Made: Description: Dress; boy's, red wool with black print accented with black velvet band on short sleeve.

Title: Child's Dress Embroidered with a Plant Motif Place of creation: Germany or Italy Date: Late 17th - Early 18th century Material: silk (ground), golden, silver and silk threads Technique: embroidery in satin stitch, patterned golden and raised laid stitch technique Inventory Number: Т-3900

tiny-librarian: “ Child’s Dress Embroidered with a Plant Motif, dated to the late century.

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Child's red wool dress with black embroidery, American, Kent State University Museum. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

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1850 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 27 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1860-1865; Godey's Magazine;  Child's Apron; can be made of almost any material.  For young children, it is very pretty made of birds-eye, brillante or cambric muslin.  For misses, it is pretty made of silk & trimmed with velvet.

For young children, it is very pretty made of birds-eye, brillante or cambric muslin. For misses, it is pretty made of silk & trimmed with velvet.

1860-1870 - Child's Dress of lace and wool. Front. Killerton Fashion Collection © National Trust / Sophia Farley and Renée Harvey

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