Fashion Date: 1909-1911
Hat Description: Extra wide brimmed hat with a large crown. The underside of the brim has a row of dark trim, while the upper brim is accented with flowers.
This lady is wearing a day dress for the spring or summer season. The waistline is not at full empire style or at a natural waistline. This placement was popular in 1910-1911 fashions. The bodice is edged with what appears to be an embroidered trim. The skirt fabric is in printed with small flowers. The lady is wearing a watch pin that is attached by a chain to trim on the neckline. She is also wearing two strings of beads and a bracelet.
Her hair is pulled up to the top of her head in a Gibson Girl hairstyle.
Identification Marks on Photo
Name of Sitter: None provided
Type of Photo: Photo Postcard, Size of image, 3.5" W X 5.5" H
Studio: Willow Grove Park
Studio Location: None provided
Date: None provided
Other information: None provided
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