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  • Deb Casselbury

    Photograph of a Lady and her Gentleman. Her dress has a gathered bodice with open sleeves, full undersleeves and pleated skirt. Gent wears extra fine frock coat and trousers, bow tie, c. 1860s

  • Suszanne Knight

    Civil War era lady with great dress, undersleeves and holding her hat.

  • Lynne Harriman

    Early War lady with great dress, undersleeves and holding her hat. NOTE; TABS O SLEEVES

  • Paige Parnell

    A couple posing for picture

  • Tiffany Elwood

    Love the added touch on the lady's sleeves.

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