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Women and Misses' Frock with smart tailored details such as pointed front closing, one-sided rever, and twin pockets on the hip yoke. Frock also closes under the left arm, and may be worn sleeveless, with short sleeves, or with long sleeves with novel cuffs. A belt marks the natural waistline. Sthe skirt is slightly circular. 13 pieces
View 1: printed crepe, challis, satin crepe, faille, flat crepe View 2: Shantung, flannel, flat crepe, pique or linen, cotton broadcloth View 2: Linen, pique, flat crepe, shantung, cotton broadcloth
2 No. 3/0 snap fastners 4 medium size buttons 8 No 2 hook and eyes 1 pair of No. 3 shields
I'm going to have to scan the pattern. It's printed! That's very unusual for the time. I know that one of the pattern companies had a patent on printed patterns. It must have been Pictorial.
The envelope is very fragile. The pattern is in great shape.
This is from the very early 1930s, perhaps even 1929.
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