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  • Tooty Hallberg

    school dress ... girls could not wear pants & dresses could only be just above the knee...my mom made most of mine I hated wearing dresses everyday, But most of all the snow pants!!!

  • Valenchia Hershberger

    I loved my plaid dresses as a kid. I went to a school where all the girls wore dresses to school. We could wear pants under our dresses on gym days and winter days, but we had to take them off once gym class was over or we got to school.

  • Ann Hutchinson

    school dress ... girls could not wear pants when I was in elementary school.

  • 🔴Susan🔴

    1960s dress for little girl

  • Beth Duncan

    school dress.... girls could not wear pants to school

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