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maid's dress  Europe, United Kingdom  1900-1910

Object Name: maid's dress Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom Date: Accession Number: Credit: Manchester City Gall.

1860 poor women's clothing - Google Search

American Civil War Art - Ensemble Date: ca. 1870 Culture: American Medium: silk, wool Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number:

This uniform is what Dru's maids wore, including the dead maid found in Peter's room.

Object Name: cook's dress & blouse & skirt Date: Accession Number: Credit: Manchester City Galleries

Work Dress, 1-Piece Catalogue number: CS*221532.001 Date: 1840-1850 Maker: Unknown Description: Work dress; white, brown, and two tones of blue check heavy cotton;

Dress, Catalogue number: Date: Maker: Unknown Description: Work dress; white, brown, and two tones of blue check heavy cotton;

Edwardian servant's uniform

Servant girl's dress worn between of blue and white checked cotton with linen lined bodice. Museum of London, UK.

1890s Blue Calico Winter Day Dress With Gingham Apron

Blue Calico Winter Day Dress With Gingham Apron I wish we could dress like this all the time. Bring back Victorian times & Prairie styles.

Dress, 1898-1900.

Dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk, wool, cotton Accession Number: The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Dress

Riding Habit.  1909.  This suit, made by British maker, W. Volker, is an example of the side-saddle habits which women generally wore for riding until the 1930s, when it became more acceptable for them to ride astride.

Riding habit Department Store: W. Volker (British) Date: Culture: British Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 27 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 49 in.

1890's shirtwaist  http://blog.fidmmuseum.org/.a/6a01156f47abbe970c0134875407cc970c-pi

This is a shirtwaist blouse. This is probably the most modern garment that I have seen throughout the centuries. I have a shirt like this that I would wear to an interview. The shirtwaist blouse has a collar, cuffs and buttons down the front.