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front Man's Shirt
c. 1820
1921.10.01
This shirt is referred to here as a "day" shirt to distinguish it from a "night" shirt.
front Reticule
1815-1820
1990.001
This drawstring bag, known as a "reticule," was used as a purse.
front Woman's cap
1820-1830
2000.01.642.02
It was fashionable in the early 19th century for women to wear caps, both indoors and out.
front Enchanted Forest
1900-1916
1993.18.03
Simple stitches found in cross-stitched embroideries made these pieces less expensive to purchase.
front Apron
1780-1800
2000.01.864
White aprons like this one were intended to be decorative rather than functional in the 18th century.
front Sophia Smith Sampler
Nov 30, 1773
NR.A.3
Sophia Smith (1765-1807) was from Hatfield, Massachusetts. She made this sampler in 1774.
front Door Curtain
1899
1956.10.01
This door curtain was designed by Margaret Whiting (1860-1946) and embroidered by the Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework in 1899.
front Revolutionary flag remnant
1776-1783
1886.15.01
This star was once part of a home-made flag owned by Colonel Hugh Maxwell of Charlemont, Massachusetts, during the American Revolution.
front Infant's Mitts
1767-1768
1952.03a-b
Embroidery like that appearing on these 18th century Christening mitts would be the inspiration for the Deerfield Society of Blue and White Needlework's name and craft.
front Child's stays
1760-1790
1880.015.02
Corsets or "stays" were worn by women and girls.

 

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