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New York 238

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New York 238; ca. 1930s; JUNIORS’ AND MISSES’ DRESS. The front-closing waist may be made with attached revers, and either long or short set-in sleeves. It may be closed under the left arm. Perforations are provided as a guide for making large armholes without sleeves; also for deep V-shaped opening in back of waist. Three-piece circular skirt attached to waist under a removable belt. Width at lower edge of skirt, size 15, about 1 ½ yards.

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