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"A good addition to costume collections in public, high-school, and academic libraries." — Christine Bulson - BOOKLIST

Author-Illustrator Shubert, a designer for the entertainment industry, recommends this title for a variety of readers costume designers, vintage-clothing collectors, genealogists, historians, and fashionistas. There are line drawings of clothing worn by Americans through the nineteenth century by decade to the present. The illustrations include everything from hoop skirts, shoes, wedding dresses, and maternity clothes to suits, hats, and bonnets. The accompanying text discusses social history and the evolution of dress. A good addition to costume collections in public, high-school, and academic libraries.--Bulson, Christine

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BOOKLIST, is the magazine the New York Times calls "an acquisitions bible for public and school librarians nationwide," is the review journal of the American Library Association. It recommends works of fiction, nonfiction, children's books, reference books, and media to its 30,000 institutional and personal subscribers.

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