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Children Clothing

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Boy's Suit: Jacket, Waistcoat, and Short Trousers, 1890.

Waistcoat, possibly made by Elizabeth Brainerd Eddy or a member of the Eddy family, East Middletown, Conn., circa 1756–60. Crewel yarn stitched on plain-weave linen, brass buttons. Eighteenth Century children's clothing is rare, as is the application of crewel embroidery to clothing, which is possibly a regional Connecticut preference.

Child's brown wool and silk work dress (front), British, c. 1740.

Dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Child's brown wool and silk work dress (back), British, c. 1740.

Dress | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Left: English day dress of embroidered Indian muslin, ca. 1810 (this photograph shows clearly the general Regency strategy of trying to make dresses look narrow when seen from the front, but gathering material behind so that the dresses would remain easy to walk in, despite being long and not having any slits).

Object Name Dress Date ca. 1799

lovely child's dress

THREE INFANT GOWNS, 1818-1825

TWO INFANTS' CALICO DRESSES, 1805-1820

Dress Date: ca. 1840 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk

Dress Date: ca. 1840 Culture: American Medium: wool, linen

Jacket Date: ca. 1840 Culture: American Medium: silk

Boy's wool suit, c.1870

Girl's Red & White Voile Dress, 1830-1850

Infants Calico Dress, c. 1820

beautiful

Dress Date: ca. 1835 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton

Dress Date: 1840–60 Culture: French Medium: cotton, silk

Girl's Dress 1815, American, Made of cotton

Child's dress | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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BOY'S PHOTO PORTRAIT & CLOTHING, MAINE, 1889

BOY'S TARTAN FROCK, BELT & PANTS, 1860s

Girls Dress 1850, British, Made of silk

Title: Child's undershirt Date: 1916/17 Material: Papercloth

Child's white cotton dress, American, early 19th C.

Dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Child's cotton dress, probably American, ca. 1859.

Dress | probably American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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