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What did boys and girls wear during the early 1900s? Thirty pages of colorable illustration — based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921 — provide some answers.

For special occasions, girls looked splendid in frilly dresses with lots of lace and ruffles. Knee-length trousers and high-top boots were popular with boys. Both favored hats. Coloring book fans and fashion mavens will treasure this collection and its delightful glimpse of early-20th-century styles for kids.

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Authentic outfits and accessories for two engaging young ladies, including embroidered undergarments, simply cut coats, pleated dresses in solid colors and prints, party frocks trimmed in lace, sleeveless jumpers worn with blouses, and an array of period hair styles, hats, purses, dolls, and stuffed animals. Charming collection of late-19th-century apparel will delight paper doll fans and fashion enthusiasts. 2 dolls; 8 costume plates.

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What did boys and girls wear 100 years ago? Thirty pages of colorable illustrations — based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921 — provide answers.

Synopsis:

What did boys and girls wear 100 years ago? (How about lacy party dresses for the young ladies and knee-high pants for the young men?) Thirty pages of colorable illustrations--based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921--provide answers.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780486444840
Author:
Sun, Ming Ju
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Author:
Coloring Books for Grownups
Author:
Ju Sun
Author:
Sun, Ming-Ju
Author:
Ming-
Author:
Coloring Books
Subject:
Activity Books
Subject:
Activity Books - Cut & Assemble
Subject:
Textiles & Costume
Subject:
Children s Activities-General
Subject:
Child Care and Parenting-General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Dover Fashion Coloring Book
Publication Date:
20051131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
from 3 up to 5
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
11 x 8.25 in 0.3 lb
Children's Book Type:
Coloring
Age Level:
04-08

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Product details 32 pages Dover Publications - English 9780486444840 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Authentic outfits and accessories for two engaging young ladies, including embroidered undergarments, simply cut coats, pleated dresses in solid colors and prints, party frocks trimmed in lace, sleeveless jumpers worn with blouses, and an array of period hair styles, hats, purses, dolls, and stuffed animals. Charming collection of late-19th-century apparel will delight paper doll fans and fashion enthusiasts. 2 dolls; 8 costume plates.
"Synopsis" by ,
What did boys and girls wear 100 years ago? Thirty pages of colorable illustrations — based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921 — provide answers.
"Synopsis" by ,
What did boys and girls wear 100 years ago? (How about lacy party dresses for the young ladies and knee-high pants for the young men?) Thirty pages of colorable illustrations--based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921--provide answers.

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