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  • Karolien V.E.

    1930s fashion plate, illustration: McCall Magazine, October 1934. Source: the amazing blog called http://what-i-found.blogspot.com

  • Steve Goss

    PATTERN ILLUSTRATIONS: Four-o'clock Velvet, Satin Bridge and Wool Chic Frocks - 1934

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