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1897 & 1900

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Women's Costumes


  • A Ball Poudre'
  • Calico Ball
  • Carnival Season
  • Fancy Dress Parties or Balls
  • Japanese Parties
  • Martha Washington Balls and Tea Parties
  • Website Bibliographical Information:

    "Metropolitan Art Series: Masquerade and Carnival," New York & London: Butterick Publishing Company, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1897 & 1900.

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