Book - Clothing Booklet of Wedding Fabrics from Maude A. Scranton's Wedding [Duplicate]

1863 – 1915 (Earliest/Latest dates)
 Booklet of fabric from Maude A. Scranton's wedding clothes, given by daughter (E.S.P. Wright). 11 pages. Date: 07/10/1911. Page from Dartmouth student publication "The Undergraduate Chair" about sorority dress code. 2 pages. No date.Various magazine clippings about fashion ca. 1904. 3 pages.  NYT article "Eugenie and other queens of fashion". 2 pages. Date: 09/20/1931. Unknown publication article "The Easter Bonnet". 3 pages. Date: 1920. NYT article "From bloomers to shorts: an epic journey". 3 pages. Date: 08/26/1934. Photograph by Brown Bros. in "Leslie's Weekly". 1 page. Date: 06/08/1905.Picture by Charles Dana Gibson "In the Nineties - 'The Real Exhibit at the Horse Show'". 1 page. No date. (Two) pictures of clothing on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2 pages. No date. NYT article "Pageant of first ladies". 3 pages. Date: 08/16/1931. NYT article "A Quarter of a Century Ago on Fifth Avenue: Leaders of Society Who Lived on New York's Famous Street". 2 pages. Date: 10/09/1932.NYT article "Echoes of the swirling peacock alley days". 1 page. Date: 07/09/1933. NYT article "The Girl of To-Day" features "photographs of young women whom they considered typical of the American girl". 8 pages. Date: 12/14/1913. NYT article "'The Sweetest Story Ever Cold'". 1 page. Date: 09/18/1930. NYT article "Evening Gowns Shown in Paris as Nation Went to War". 8 pages. Date: 10/04/1914. NYT article "The Girl of To-Day". 8 pages. Date: 12/07/1913. Page from magazine "'A Lady of Quality' in a day-time costume by Hickson". 1 page. Date: 1924.Pages from magazine "Study of Miss Constance Delanoy". 4 pages. Date: 1904. Clipping with title "'Corsets Cadolle'". 1 page. No date.Scrapbook for Maude A. Scrantons Wedding clothes, Madison, July 10,191/ Given by her daughter E.S.P. Wright..The Altman Magazine clipping, features woman in dinner dress by Martial et Armand. 1 page. Date: 1926. Clipping from unknown source, featuring "Chanel Model Imported" and "Louiseboulanger Model Imported". 2 pages. No date. Clipping from unknown source of two women wearing dresses. No labels. 2 pages. No date. Unknown source clipping of two women wearing long, traditional dresses. 1 page. No date.Elite Styles Magazine pages featuring women wearing long and short traditional dresses. 4 pages. Date: 05/1909. The Smithsonian magazine pages "Going Toe to Toe With Shoes". 9 pages. No date.unknown publication pictures of women wearing bonnets. 1 page. No date. 4) New Haven Tercentenary document "Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin" by Joseph W. Roe and Richard S. Kirby. 1 page. Date: 1938.Godey's illustrations   Drawings of young women wearing long, traditional dresses from "Les Modes Parisiennes". 4 pages. Date: 10/1864. B. Altman & Co. (at 5th Ave.-Madison Ave., 34th and 35th streets in NY) booklet entitled "Book of Styles for Spring and Summer (Number One Hundred Eleven)". 87 pages. Date: 1915.Drawing of women in colorful, fancy attire. Label on diagram is "Capewell & Kimmel S. c. - Godey's Fashions". 1 page. No date. Collection of drawings "Godey's Americanized Paris Fashions". 3 pages. Date: 1863.