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    • Bee Building, City Hall and corner of Court House lawn, Omaha, Neb.

    • Omaha Bee Building (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1910-1920.; Postcards -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1910-1920.; Newspaper industry -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1910-1920.; City Hall (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1910-1920.
    • Abstract Postcard view of the Omaha Bee newspaper building and Omaha City Hall, located at the northwest corner of 17th and Farnam Streets.
    • Evening coat and dress

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    • Coromandel evening coat, hat and dress. The mustard green evening coat is trimmed with and possibly lined with a blue fur. The pale turquoise turban coordinate with the gown worn under. The white evening gown on the right is draped in a classic...
    • Evening gown

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    • Intricate crystal beaded chiffon over silk gown with trailing hem belted in Empire style. The Worth gowns and many others are often characterized with an inset of fabric just at the line of cleavage. The entire neck and shoulder line is often...
    • Turban

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    • Draped turban of metallic silk with jeweled trim, suitable for evening wear (Georges Lepape, illustrator)
    • Silk gown

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    • Silk backed velvet gown with six colors and chiffon sleeves trimmed with silk backed satin ribbon. Lady Duff Gordon designed under the name of Lucile. She is an internationally known designer with studios in Europe and the United States, and was...
    • Embroidered gown

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    • Pink embroidered gown with kimono coat. Satin ribbons, citron silk sash with silk flowers and fringe trim the ensemble
    • Velvet robe

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    • Blue velvet robe designed for Henri Bendel. Romain de Tirtoff, Erte, his initials pronounced in French, lived, designed and illustrated throughout the twentieth century
    • Wedding dress

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    • Silk illusion gown with genuine pearl embroidery. The gown was designed for the daughter of J.P Morgan. Worth was the designer of choice for the very wealthy and especially wealthy Americans
    • Theatre coat

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    • Striking marriage of design and illustration in a theatre coat with broad fur collar and a purple turban (Georges Lepape, illustrator; La Gazette du Bon Ton)
    • Chiffonelle

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    • Light silk unboned corset covering undergarment. During the next decade this will be the only undergarment worn by the slim and trim (designed by Graftons)
    • Peignoirs

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    • Variety of peignoirs suitable for wear in the boudoir. Many lace ruffles, satin ribbons, tassels, etc., decorate the robes, also known as wrappers (Atelier Bachwitz, photographer)
    • Lassitude

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    • The tunic top has brilliantly colored flowers embroidered with glass beads and a fur border. The underdress is pleated white silk. Poiret came from a family of textile merchants and was very knowledgeable in the field. A great admirer of Fortuny's...
    • Morning glory

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    • This pink-lined skirt and pale pink georgette tunic top are suitable for day wear. The long lace camisole shown at the bodice contrasts with the sheer fabric skirt over a matching lining. Uniquely, the outfit is worn under a single sheer jacket...
    • Afternoon gown

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    • This blue and white organdie and muslin afternoon gown is detailed in the skirt and sleeves with bands of tucking and applique
    • Day outfit

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    • L'Aumone is a day outfit with a solid bolero jacket over a white shirt. A leopard print cummerbund wraps the high waist to join with a wide striped gathered skirt (Georges Lepape, illustrator; La Gazette du Bon Ton)
    • Afternoon dresses

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    • These dresses show the mother and daughter look created by the designer. Lanvin began her career designing children's wear and broadened her range to include women (La Gazette du Bon Ton)
    • Summer dress

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    • Summer dressing in the country. The Paquins were a team but Mme. Paquin was the designer (Georges Barbier, illustrator; La Gazette du Bon Ton)

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