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  • Two-piece knit dress with tunic top from the 1920s

    This two-piece knit dress has a tunic top and plain skirt. There are nine buttons on each side of the tunic as well as machine embroidery in shades of orange and tan. Label: "MADE IN FRANCE, Mae & Hattie Green, 587, Fifth Avenue. NEW-YORK."

  • Sleeveless tennis dress from the mid '20s or early '30s

    This woman's sleeveless tennis dress has a square neck and is made of a heavy, cream-color cotton fabric. It was made by Mrs. Robinson. The donors were daughters of tailor John C. Wettlaufer from whose shop the dress came.

  • Rayon crepe dress with an Art Deco fabric design from the 1920s

    Rayon crepe woman's dress having a colorful print with an Art Deco design of hexagons with floral centers, and Japanese cranes. The round neckline snaps closed part-way down the front, and there is a dark blue tie at the neck and waist. The dress does not have a label.