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  • Black and Silver Lame Slip, 1920

    Black and silver lame slip, which was owned by Matilda Dodge Wilson (October 19, 1883 – September 19, 1967),who was the wife of John Francis Dodge (October 25, 1864 – January 14, 1920), co-founder of the Dodge Motor Car Company in Detroit, Michigan.

  • Embroidered Black Half Slip, 1920

    Black half slip. (Petticoat?) This item was owned by Matilda Dodge Wilson (October 19, 1883 – September 19, 1967),who was the wife of John Francis Dodge (October 25, 1864 – January 14, 1920), co-founder of the Dodge Motor Car Company in Detroit, Michigan.

  • Blue Silk Crepe, 1935

    Blue silk crepe slip with pink edging at the bustline and pink shoulder straps, which was owned by Matilda Dodge Wilson (October 19, 1883 – September 19, 1967),who was the wife of John Francis Dodge (October 25, 1864 – January 14, 1920), co-founder of the Dodge Motor Car Company in Detroit, Michigan.

  • Pink Brocade Corset

    Pink cotton and rayon brocade corset with boning, hooks, and fasteners. High waist with back lacing closure. Circa 1940-1949.

  • Women’s Knee Length Undergarment

    Knee length white cotton split undergarment, drawstring at waist, decorative lace on bottom third of legs, pintucks just above, and beige ribbon bows on outside of both legs at lace. Circa 1890-1899.

  • Women's Peach Knee Length Slip

    Women’s knee length bias cut slip, peach in color. Features spaghetti straps, bias cut, V-neck in front and back, darts on bust, small amount of eyelet embroidery on bodice. Circa 1930-1939.

  • Quilted Petticoat, about 1800-1825

    Between 1740 and 1800 dresses had open front skirts or they were looped up the sides to reveal the petticoat.Quilted petticoats were usually decorated along the hemline.Not only were these used for decoration, but for warmth as well.Later into the nineteenth century a quilted petticoat was primarily used for warmth.

  • Quilted Petticoat, about 1845-1895

    Twill lining appears to be unevenly hand-woven.Interior seams joining the sateen andties at waist appear to be machine sewn hence the late date of the petticoat. There are more pleats near the slit at center back rendering a slight bustled affect.Lancaster, Pennsylvania area location is per dealer.This particular petticoat would have been used during the winter months for warmth.

  • Brassiere, about 1930

    The lack of elastic (except for securing buttons), padding or complicated construction suggests it dates to the early 1930s."Uplift" bandeau brassieres featured throughout the decade.

  • Shift Style with Cream Colored Yoke, 1934

    Black slip, which was owned by Matilda Dodge Wilson (October 19, 1883 – September 19, 1967),who was the wife of John Francis Dodge (October 25, 1864 – January 14, 1920), co-founder of the Dodge Motor Car Company in Detroit, Michigan.