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    • Nellie Marvin's wedding party

    • Photographs; Group portraits; Weddings;
    • Photograph of Nellie Marvin’s wedding party: Mrs. McCready, Mrs. Houston, Miss Bessie -, Mr. Conklin, Mrs. Conklin, Mrs. Reed, Mr. McCready, Mr. Marvin, Mr. Basin (groom), Nellie (bride), Lerra Wilson, Mrs. Marvin, George Wilson, Isabelle...
    • (A) George and Gertrude Abrams

    • Portrait photographs; Clothing & dress; Waistcoats; Vests; Buttons (Fasteners); Mustaches; Hairstyles;
    • (A) Formal studio portrait of Gertrude and George Abrams. Gertrude was born in 1861 to James and Catherine Crookston who lived in the Tuthill section of Gardiner, N.Y. She was one of at least six children. She married George Abrams on January 30,...
    • Young woman in middy style blouse

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Blouses; Skirts; Collars; Belts (Clothing); Corsages;
    • A seated young woman poses for a studio portrait. She wears a middy style blouse of cotton or linen, the high collar of the insert creating the stylish “V” line in the bodice of the combination, a wool skirt and belt with decorative buckle. She...
    • Woman with bracelet

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Collars; Buttons (Fasteners); Ribbons; Bracelets; Eyeglasses; Rings;
    • This woman's hair is long and conservatively drawn back, but not upswept. Her light colored dress, probably cotton, features interesting gatherings at hips and shoulders with white cuffs on the ¾ length sleeves and cut work medallions on the...
    • The Sibyl, Vol 1 No. 17, 1857-03-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 1 No. 5, 1856-09-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 1 No. 15, 1857-02-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 3 No. 4, 1858-09-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 2 No. 17, 1858-03-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 1 No. 5, 1856-11-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl,  Vol. 4 No. 19, 1860-04-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • Jennie Stall in wedding dress

    • Dry plate negatives; Wedding clothing & dress; Women;
    • This photo was labeled ""Jennie Stall in Wedding Dress"".A young lady is wearing a floor length, high neck, white dress with ruffles at the hem. Lace adorns the long sleeves and collar of the dress. A large bow is at the neckline and a smaller bow...
    • Elvira B. Deyo in her wedding dress

    • Huguenots;
    • Studio portrait of Elvira B. Deyo in her wedding dress. Elvira was the daughter of Matthew Deyo and Julia Etta Dubois Deyo. She married Miles Harris Deyo Cookingham in 1892. She was the mother of Katherine Deyo Cookingham (Downer).
    • Elvira B. Deyo wedding invitation

    • Huguenots;
    • Formal invitation for the wedding of Elvira Deyo and Miles H. Cookingham. Elvira B. Deyo was the daughter of Matthew and Julia Etta Deyo. The marriage took place on December 14, 1892 at the bride's parent's house on Springtown Road in the town of...

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