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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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ISN'T SHE LIKE GRANDMAMMA? THIS IS
LITTLE LADY OF TODAY
BY BETTY BROWN
, As quaint as a daguerrotype of
grandmamma when she was a small
girl in this gay little frock in carna
tion red broadcloth. And though
there's a Joffre ape on the waist
every detail of the much ruffled .dress
suggests the days of our own civil
war. I
The dress as made by Moie. Beck
er of the Fashion Art League of
America, dressmaker-in-chief to fa
shionable little folks, is developed in
broadcloth and velvet, but the style
would be just as quaint and pretty il
some less expensive materials were
used silk or a light weight serge
would make up prettily, for it is the
style that counts, not the material.
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