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  • Shalie Krugman

    Afternoon Dress: Day Bodice, Evening Bodice, & Skirt .......... Date: 1862-1864 .......... Place: United States .......... Medium: silk, lace, silk ribbon .......... Cincinnati Art Museum

  • Alyssa Willey

    Historical fashion from the Middle Ages to the 1950's.

  • Julaine Haraden Morley

    Evening Dress, 1862-64. Bodice of warp-printed silk taffeta trimmed with purple silk grosgrain ribbon & silk lace. Cincinnati Art Museum

  • Britney Ellis

    Crinoline evening dresses featured revealing necklines, short sleeves, and softer fabric. c. 1860-1864

  • Kay Ehrmantrout

    Civil War Ball gown Dress ca. 1862-1864. Love the trim.

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