9 Object Results

Object Type:

White linen short sleeve shirt with lace edge around sleeves and neck. Very small buttons on shoulders. Worn by Edward L. Spencer, made by Mrs. George Spencer about 1855.

White linen shirt, fine linen ruffles on sleeves, gussets, triangular shaped flaps on front and back of shirt. Belonged to "Wilbour family Little Compton, RI".

Thin, white short-sleeved shirt with tie closure in the front. Delicate embroidery around sleeve edges.

Infant's shirt. White, linen shirt with lace trim around sleeves. Open back with no closure.

A white shirt with scalloped whitework at collar, cuffs and bodice. Gussets at right and left side seams. Fastens with five buttons at center front. Sleeves are gathered with piping at armholes. Po...

A sleeveless shirt made of an ivory satin weave fabric. Floral couched embroidery with ivory thread on back and front. Waistband is 3 3/4 inches. One side of shirt has a decorative fold of fabric a...

A long sleeved shirt made of an ivory net fabric. Features include a scoop neckline, six tucks at shoulder line (three each side), and a long ruffle which is attached at collar and with two snaps a...

A sleeveless shirt (shell) made of ivory gauze and lace. Features include tucks on back and front, lace insets at shoulder, a lace ruffle down center front, and floral embroidery (ivory thread). Ha...

A man's peach and white striped shirt with a stand up collar and a button front. Fabric is plain weave, possibly cotton. Machine stitched seams. Collar made of white/cream fabric; placket lined wit...

Next 36

Filter by

Decade +
Person/Organization +
Has media +

Please note that this database's search function is powerful, drawing from extensive data that is not visible in this online interface. For this reason, search results may include objects that do not appear relevant to your search terms. We encourage you to contact us so that we can look at the complete data and help you determine if these objects are relevant to your research.