Woman's full-length coat. Made of cream wool with an ivory satin lining. Coat is loosely cut with long loose sleeves and deep turned-back cuffs. Front opening has hook and eye closure at neckline. Trimmed with cream lace, braid, and velvet ribbon at shoulders, down front, and on cuffs; 2 inner pockets are trimmed with pleats and bows. One pocket contains a handkerchief.
(Keywords: Fashion, Early Twentieth Century)
|Acquisition||Gift of Mrs. Robert Morris|
|Ownership and History||This coat was given to the Staten Island Historical Society in 1953 by Mrs. Robert Morris of West Nyack, New York.|
|Subjects||Clothing & dress|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Clothing -- Outerwear|
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