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Date: April 8, 1959
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:30453
Description: Employee Marguerite Roselli marks down prices on women's clothing at Macy's Jamaica store, in preparation for Spring Jamaica Days sales event.
Date: April 23, 1963
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:31288
Description: Woolworth's employee Judy Scott arranges a display of women's half-slips for the spring "Jamaica Days" sale.
Authors: Lina Manetto
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27909
Description: Block printed white muslin dress 1830 - Showing the trend away from the Empire period. Watercolor painted by Lina Maetto
Authors: Bessie Forman
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27923
Description: Dress of 1870 - Pearl gray faille trimmed with lavender velvet. The very short waisted Basque has two pleats in back, giving a coat-tail effect. There are two boned darts on each side of the front of ... More
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27919
Description: Dress of about 1750 - Shows the use of rich brocaded materials in the costumes of this period. The bodice and overskirt are of yellow flowered brocade and the quilted petticoats is the blue satin. The ... More
Authors: Dorothy Gernon
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27915
Description: Formal Dress Circa 1800 - Originally worn by Mrs. Peter Livingston while her husband was Ambassador to France during Jefferson's presidency. It is of cream satin and pale velvet. Characteristic of the ... More
Authors: Jessie M. Benge
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27914
Description: Dress Dating from about 1860 - Made of Green Taffeta. The bodice is a Basque, a tightly fitted jacket with a peplum, this one being trimmed with a pleated ruffling. The sleeves, set with piping into t ... More
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27917
Description: Street Dress 1868 - Green faille trimmed with darker green velvet and fringe. The coat style Basque is tightly fitted and comes to a "V" in front. The skirt is stiffened with crinoline and was worn ov ... More
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27930
Description: Taffeta Dress Circa 1840 - The taffeta is woven in cross strips of green, white, and black. Consistent with the style of the period is the tight, fitted bodice with a high neck. The sleeves, set in wi ... More
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27939
Description: Two Piece Bustle Dress Worn Between 1880-1885 - It is of corn colored faille trimmed with bouquets of yellow and cerise roses. The Basque, with square neck and roll collar, laces down the front with w ... More
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27933
Description: White brocaded silk dress 1870 - The tightly-fitted Basque opens down the front with horn and bone buttons. The tails of the peplum are turned back and a bow affixed. The elbow length sleeves are fini ... More
Authors: Bessie Forman
Date: 1935 - 1943
Type: Watercolor and graphite on paper
Identifier: aql:27935
Description: White Satin Wedding Dress 1820 - Characteristic of the simplicity of the Empire period. The front of the high waisted bodice with square neck is puffed in vertical rows and decorated with white silk b ... More
Date: October 10, 1957
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:31289
Description: Mrs. Sam Segnoi, saleswoman at Robert Hall in Jamaica, marks down prices on ladies' coats in preparation for the Jamaica Days sales event.
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