Nom de l'objet : Suit
Type de l'objet : Ladies
Catégorie de l'objet : Outerwear
Personal artifact
Matériaux : moire taffeta
Numéro d'accession : 2000.100.1.1
Date de début de production : 1992-01-01
Date de fin de production : 1992-12-31
Description : 1.5" mandarin collar. Sleeves are puffed and gathered and curved at the elbow. Plain cuff trimmed with diamond lace trim, 1.5" wide. Collar covered with lace. Back has center seam and 2 center seams. Center fronts are cut from 1 piece of fabric with an 8.5" dart going from hem up to breast. Front closure and collar - 14 hook and eyes. Lace trim goes down both sides of front closure. Lining (muslin) was sewn to dress fabric before stitching jacket together. Seams are all stitched on outside edges. Set in sleeve is overcast by hand.
Fonctions : Dress was designed and made by Isabel in a costume sewing class held in Wolfville Sept. 1991-92 in preparation for Wolfville Centennial held in 1993. The instructor was Ken Nye of Bridgetown. Classes were held in Wolfville High School. Materials were purchased at Sewing Basket in Wolfville and cost approx. $100. Isabel (Haverstock) Moulton was a graduate of Acadia. She taught Home Ec. She and her husband, Gerald, retired to Wolfville. He died. She remarried - Wood, summer of 1999. She donated her costume, corset and wedding dress of 1954 just before moving to Charlottetown and then to Kingston, Ontario. (*Isabel modelled her costume 19 April 1993 - Collage of Historical Costumes). Isabel b. 7 Aug 1930. Grad. Acadia BSc in Home Ec. 1951. Taught school north Sydney and Dartmouth m. 28 Aug 1954, Gerald Moulton.
Longueur : 47.5 cm
Établissement : Kings County Museum of Nova Scotia  Facebook-Kings County Museum of Nova Scotia  Twitter-Kings County Museum of Nova Scotia 
Ville de l'établissement : Kentville
Province de l'établissement : Nova Scotia

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