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Men's white wool breeches


Men's white wool breeches


Men's pink satin breeches


Man's breeches in tan made from jersey cloth, cotton, with ribbed back. Made and worn by James Gould, who was a tailor. His business established in 1763, died in 1812.

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Breeches
circa 1747

Tan silk breeches. Three large buttons down front, four small buttons at the bottom of each leg. Five buttonholes at back of pants. Belonged to Edward Scott, first librarian of Redwood Library 1747.


A pair of cream colored breeches with silver buckles at bottom. Button front with two side pockets and two back pockets. 1 3/4 inch waistband with 1/4 inch belt loops. Twill (possibly cotton) waist...


A pair of cream colored breeches with silver buckles at bottom. Made of machine stitiched linen. Possibly starched. Two side pockets and two back pockets. 1/4 inch belt loops and 1 3/8 inch waistba...

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