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Clothes that Capture an Era

The Flapper dress style showed women's legs for the first time. In addition, sleeveless clothing was worn, for the first time, during the day.

The raccoon coat is synonymous with prohibition and open topped roadsters. Worn by young adult or college men, we can equate its progressive youthful style to bellbottoms of the 1960s and oversize clothing of the 1990s.


Black sequin & beaded overdress
c1925
Davis Collection

"Flapper" style dress. Pink slip or underdress reproduction made by Carolyn Schactler


Raccoon Coat, Men's
c1920's
Gift of J. Howard Wright

Shawl collar, double breasted, plastic buttons, front slit pocket with tail upper lining in brown silk, lower lining green and brown flannel.




 

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