Early 1960s Misses' and Junior Shirt in Three Versions - Yoked shirt, with the center front buttoning, to be worn as tuck-in or on outside, has neckband with or without tie ends. Long set-in sleeves gathered into buttoned bands. Inverted pleat at side back below yoke. Shirt to be worn on outside has breast pocket, vents in side seams, contrasting neckband and sleeve bands. Shirt buttoned at left side front has neckband, short set-in sleeves turned back to form cuffs. Vents in side seams, low patch pocket included in right side seam. front edges of all versions are interfaced.
The left closing version of this shirt is a mirror of the Intern shirt also known as the Ben Casey or Dr. Kildare shirt.
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