Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] 19th century primary sources
- Oh this is seriously awesome and I'm loving it! Thanks for sharing this AND
your time and hard work. Wish I had something to contribute myself. :|
On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 1:31 PM, Hope Wright <hopewsew@...> wrote:
> I have started to compile a list of 19th century fashion and needlework
> primary sources that can actually be read on-line and/or downloaded -
> started so I wouldn't scan and post any of my own sources that are already
> available. Any way, the 9 pages (so far) with more than 150 sources is
> posted at http://sites.google.com/site/hopeshobbies/Home
> if anyone has an interest. If you know of other sources that can be added,
> please let me know directly at hopewsew@... <hopewsew%40aol.com> I
> know there are lots of secondary sources also, but this project was just to
> locate primary sources.
> Also I have posted 24 fashion plates from 1830s in my own collection as I
> hadn't found this particular one anywhere else.
> Hopefully this will be of use to a few people on the list.
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