By Tom Tierney
The 32 actual costumes are extra superior by means of Tom Tierney's well-researched and scrupulously actual textual content. jointly they give model and gown historians an actual, full-color view of winning models and developments of the overdue eighteenth century. Paper doll fans of every age will relish those finely rendered figures in commonplace Colonial raiment, whereas aficionados of Americana will stick with with rapt awareness this sartorial checklist of 1 family's development via pre- and post-Revolution to a last frontier expedition.
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