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PM-A751

Prominent Designer A751; ca. 1956; Misses’ Dress. “No matter what your size – be it 10, 12,14, 16 or 18 this design – our exclusive Pattern A751, from the Richard Cole collection, will do the “most” for your figure. How do we know? First made in linen, by request it is now presented in faille and cotton according to its Prominent American Designer Alan Phillips. Those who own one – want more! Now, right now, you can make it of the fabric and color of your choice, and enjoy a personal success for months to come! Think of it spanning the seasons in a dark color cotton with white pearl buttons; dream of it in pastel with buttons to match. Put your trust in that charming collar, have faith in the plastron front – it’s all figure-tested!” (from The Milwaukee Sentinel, July 28, 1956)

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