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|| Shirred Rug depicting the Sheldon House
Arabella Sheldon (1812-1874) of Deerfield, Massachusetts, designed and made this rug to represent the house where she grew up.
This head cloth from a set of bed hangings was completed in 1765 by Rebekah Dickinson(1738-1813) and Polly Wright of Hatfield, Massachusetts.
|| Embroidered pocket
Throughout the 18th and early 19th centuries pockets were not attached to women's and girls' clothing.
|| Woman's Stays
In the 18th century, women and girls wore stays or what are now called corsets.