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Black silk dress with high lace collar. Pink beading at cuffs and neck. Embroidered and beaded sleeve bands and chest area. Decorative buttons on front and side of skirt. Hanging 'pom-pom' elements...


Red paisley dress with brown velvet trim around cuffs and down front of dress. Fourteen buttons. The material resembles corduroy.


Dress and cape of silverish green with long silk sleeveless, v-neck dress with belt and matching silk cape (b). Tulle at shoulders, tulle flower on left shoulder. Pleats on shoulders of cape.


Sheer dress with pink and purple flower print on ivory ground. Long sleeved with a layered skirt, belt of same material.


Ivory dress of tulle with lace overlay. Lace sleeves, chiffon bodice front. Chiffon sashes hang down from each shoulder, attached with round rhinestone buttons.


Long ivory cotton dress with short sleeves, train, empire waist. Ivory embroidery w/ tulle along train, bottom of dress, down middle of dress, on sleeves and around waist.


Long blue silk dress, floral brocade, sleeves of blue tulle.


Pink silk long damask dress with short puffed sleeves. Overlay of pink lace down front of dress. Overlay of pink chiffon on bodice. Glass pearls and beads at waist and around collar.

D536
Dress (garment)
18th century

Blue and green plaid taffeta dress. Two pinked ruffles on skirt; one narrower ruffle on bodice.


White, silk brocade pink and green flowers. Brocade taffeta with satin stripes and colored flowers. 
Note with fabric fragment: "Piece of material from dress worm by Mrs. Allen at a ball give...

42.1.34
Dress
1750 – 1799

Tan dress made of silk damask, floral motive with framing. Short sleeves, cinched waist, two narrow ruchings at elbow. Petticoat is missing.


Ivory silk saque-back gown and petticoat made of a complex brocade with red, pink and white flowers and bands of horizontal ivory ribs. Fabric was most likely woven in Spitalfields, England. Sleeve...


Polonaise dress in white taffeta with a floral design in cherry. Brocaded stripe and rosebuds. Bodice and train sewed together but cut separately (i.e. no "Walteau" effect). Separate petticoat of s...


Pink long sleeved taffeta dress and petticoat. Laced-up lower sleeves.

42.1.28
Dress (garment)
1775 – 1799

White and lavender striped dress. V-neck with sash around neck. Cuffs are pleated and fan out around the arm. Free pleats in front of bodice; 3 graduated pink ruffles at elbow. Back of dress; pleat...


Brown Quaker girl's dress with coarse linen lining. Yellowed fine muslin ruffles at neck and cuffs. Tan 1/4 in. trim around neck. Relatively large (3/4 in. deep) cartridge pleats on waist of skirt....


'Afternoon gown'. White silk dress (A) with small colorful embroidered flowers and leaf motifs making up vertical bands down front of dress. White braid trim down middle of dress, bottom, waist, cu...


Pink and white striped short sleeve dress with ruffle trim. Matching underskirt.

20.4.2
Dress (garment)
1800 – 1825

Brown crepe Quaker dress lined with brown silk, drawstrings on back. Dress is plain but the hem has a floral motif. Worn by Elizabeth Allen (1768-1834).

D77
Dress
1800 – 1815

Brown silk crepe Empire style Quaker dress with long sleeves, white silk on back of waist.

2010.21.6
dress (garment)
circa 1830 – 1870

A child's dress made of an off-white printed cotton. Believed by the donor's family to date to c. 1825. Made of a bodice with capped sleeves attached to a waistband and skirt. Cartridge pleating on...


Short infant's dress in lavender and white calico. trimmed with points. Some trimming or puffing has been removed from puff sleeves.


Long white infant's dress. Low neck, short straight sleeves, hand embroidered with 7 groups of tucks at bottom.


White barege; blue woven figure; low neck, shirt sleeves, separate small shoulder cape. Belonged to Eleanor Bowen, made about 1845-1850.


Golden Brown ribbed silk dress, long sleeves with embroidered lace cuffs.

41.5.1
Dress (garment)
1850 – 1899

White infant's dress with low neck and short sleeved. Machine stitched. Drawstring at waist. Sash ends.


Child's dress in white fancy rique.


Pink cotton long sleeve dress with attached cape with scalloped edges, eight remaining buttons in front of dress, white embroidered trim on cape.


Apple green ribbed silk shirt and bodice with white satin flowers, lace collar. Eight white satin buttons remain out of ten buttons on front of bodice. Back of skirt is longer than the front. Flowe...


Red child's dress made of India cotton with small printed flowers of yellow and brown. White braid around neck, cuffs, waist and lower half of dress. Made in Newport by Mrs. William K. Covell for h...


A silk two-piece ensemble, including a bishop sleeved bodice and matching skirt. Fabris has a black and pink stripe woven pattern, with a red unblalanced plain weave waistband and a 6.5" black pane...


A silk dress with bell sleeves and button closures down center front. Made of a gray, black, and ivory plaid fabric with blue panels at sleeve ends and bodice/center front. Blue panels are bordered...


White infant's dress, possibly a nightdress. Made from white, cotton fancy cloth. Severely plain, drawstring if bibbinet at neck and waist. Machine stitching.

D396
Dress
circa 1865

Brown ribbed silk dress with belt and pockets. Buttons run from nick to hem, but are only functional from the neck to midrift. Possible Negligee dress?


2 bodices with a skirt belt. Bright green; ribbed silk. Originally trimmed with lace. Made by Worth, 7 Rue de la Paix, Paris, France

99.3.109 AB
Dress
1880 – 1910

Bodice (a) and skirt (b) of printed silk. Cream colored ground with printed blue, purple, and yellow flowers and green foliage and woven circular design. S curve patterned lace inserts on front and...

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