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  • Iridescent maroon taffeta dress from the nineteenth century

    This woman's dress is of iridescent maroon taffeta. The three piece garment has a cut-away style bodice that is fitted, and reaches to the front waist. It has a long peplum on a separate belt, round shoulders, tight sleeves, and no collar. Black and red silk fringe runs down both sides of the bodice and across the back (simulating a collar) and around the edge of tail. The long full skirt has a train in back, and a cross hatch pattern around the bottom of the skirt that is made with black braid…

  • Ansdale Hall: or, Stand by your colors

    This 1868 edition of "Ansdale Hall: or, Stand by our colors" was written by C.J.G. and was published by the American Tract Society.

  • The story without an end

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  • Carries̀“ peaches: or, Forgive your enemies

    This 1868 edition of "Carrie's peaches: or, Forgive your enemies" was written by Mary J. Hildeburn.

  • The Nevers: and other stories

    The electronic version of this item was provided by the Wayne State University Library System and is freely accessible through the Wayne State University Libraries Digital Collections.