Silk walking dress, Frances Richards (later Simpson), Uralba, Australia, 1912. Originally gray, it has changed over the years and is now beige/taupe. Lace bodice has over-bodice in form of floating silk panel. Four-paneled gathered skirt. Belt of stiffened silk (3 folds of fabric). Frances Richards was 13 when she made this dress. Richmond River Historical Society Inc. via the Australian Dress Register
A silk robe de style wedding dress with a scalloped hem, worn by Jessie Mae Anderson Branyon for her wedding on August This was donated by Donald Branyon.
Bridal gowns, ivory wool and satin gown with lace chemisette and high collar ; another silk gown with belt, early
Evening dress, Lucile, ca. 1918–20. Silk, gold-embroidered net, satin binding, silk flowers. Lucile believed that green was the color of hope. National Museums Scotland
Afternoon dress, American / The Metropolitan Museum of Art