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Date: 17-11-2001   Hits: 9006
Antique Fashion Antique Fashion | History can come alive through the study of fashion. A look at clothing worn at different times provides insight into peoples lives, their culture and the events of the period. This web site is designed for those who have an appreciation of the beauty and the...

Date: 21-05-2002   Hits: 7341
California Gold Rush Costume of the California Gold Rush 1849-1859 | Lengthy essay on the clothing of men, women, and children around Old West mining camps. Also touches on societal roles and ethnicity. The Gold Rush was to change all that forever. For the first time, "striking it rich" and becoming...

Date: 21-05-2002   Hits: 8339
Clothing of the 1830's Clothing of the 1830's | Dedicated to clothing styles and materials from 1830. Clothing the family of the 1830s was an important task, and most of the work was the responsibility of the women. Every stitch of the sewing had to be done by hand; Elias Howe didn't even invent the...

Date: 21-10-2003   Hits: 4221
Daguerreian Society The daguerreotype is a visual wonder. Let us share with you a number of galleries of stunning 19th century imagery as well as the exquisite work of modern daguerreians. We've prepared a brief history of the daguerreotype, an extensive daguerreian bibliography, an illustrated...

Date: 21-05-2002   Hits: 5617
Démodé Couture Démodé | Pictures and commentary on reproduction dresses from early Regency to the 1890s, advice on making 1830-50 underpinnings, recommended books, links to general resources and photos of real Victorian clothing. Démodé | adjective: old fashioned, out of style, unfashionable...

Date: 21-05-2002   Hits: 4380
Dressing Baby Dressing Baby | The decade of the 1850s was one in which women's and children's clothing saw a tremendous surge towards excess. In women's fashions, skirts widened to the point where wire frames had to be used to support them; each massive skirt sported flounces, laces, ribbons,...

Date: 12-02-2002   Hits: 5578
Eras of Elegance Eras of Elegance is dedicated to reviving the simplicity, grace and gentility of ages past. Step back in time to the dawn of human history, and journey with us through the final era before the Modern Age. As an online resource, we offer easy ideas for incorporating the time-honored...

Date: 07-08-2006   Hits: 4495
Harper's Bazaar Harper's Bazaar | 2 November 1867 | Harper's Bazaar, was an American weekly women's fashion magazine that began publication in 1867 in the large newspaper format design of Harper's Weekly. Harper’s Bazar, based in New York, was intended for the women of the middle and upper...

Date: 21-05-2002   Hits: 3781
Jessamyn's Costume Companion Jessamyn's Regency Costume Companion | A collection of information, ideas, pattern tips and images for the Regency era. I Create fine-quality historical and contemporary garments on a custom basis. David and Jessamyn Reeves-Brown | For the cheapest and quickest, look elsewhere....

Date: 21-05-2002   Hits: 4666
Regency Clothing Styles Notes and Illustrations on Regency Clothing Styles | Images, information, and links for women's Regency fashions. Notes and illustrations on Regency clothing styles, with 1895 Charles E. Brock illustrations for Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

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