Heritage, Volume 5, Number 3, Autumn 1987 Page: 17
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t TITLES IN FASHION HISTORY
by Betty J. Mills
Illustrated by Lvnette C
A journal of fashion history
through paper dolls, tracing
life and costumes on the
Texas frontier from 1838
Recipient of the Mitchell
A. Wilder Award, Gold
Citation, by the Texas
Association of Museums,
Book I Amanda Goes West $5.95
Book II Amanda's New Life $5.95
Book III Amanda's Home on the Range $6.95
Books I, II, & III $17.50/set
1THE LADIES WORLD
Texas Women and
by Betty J. Mills
& H. MOORE & CO. NEW YORK
Here is a volume that provides
informative, entertaining, and historically
accurate material concerning
the Texas pioneer women
and their fashions. While libraries
are filled with accounts of battles,
Indian raids, land acquisitions
and settlement of the west, little is
recorded that describes what the
women wore-and with good reason.
Necessity and resourcefulness
caused many of these garments to
be worn out or turned into something
else. This work, written by a
museum costume curator, fills
that important gap.
cloth-$25.95 paper-$ 15.95
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY PRESS
Lubbock, TX 79409-1037
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