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Illustrating the evolution of the corset. From the July 16, 1899 Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Illustrating the evolution of the corset. From the July 1899 Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Designs for two different Callot Soeurs outfits from 1912. Both are black dresses (different styles; the one on the bottom includes sketches of the bodice) with royal blue jackets with black fur trim on collars and sleeves. The one on top includes a black fur muff. From the Bendel Collection at the Brooklyn Museum

Designs for two different Callot Soeurs outfits from . From the Bendel Collection at the Brooklyn Museum

Sweet Young Women in Stylish Corset from Lynden Tribune March 18, 1920 http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88085445/1920-03-18/ed-1/seq-12/

Sweet Young Women in Stylish Corset from Lynden Tribune March 18, 1920 http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88085445/1920-03-18/ed-1/seq-12/

McCall's Dressmaking Lesson 1917  A dress that doesn’t need buttons, or hooks and eyes, or snaps, or any kind of fastening! Complete instructions

A pretty hat and dress. McCall's Dressmaking Lesson 1917 A dress that doesn’t need buttons, or hooks and eyes, or snaps, or any kind of fastening!

Lady's Corset - From the  November 9, 1917edition of The Seattle Star

Lady's Corset - From the November of The Seattle Star

The latest in fall suits for women advertised in the August 25, 1916 Pullman Herald.

The latest in fall suits for women advertised in the August 1916 Pullman Herald.

Hester Trott and four friends, Junction City, Kansas, 1899

Group Portrait of Miss Schimpf& Class, 1911 High School band holding instruments, Junction City, Kansas, 1909 Junio.

Erte Creates With Subtle Charm For The South | A3 Print by High Fashion Accents on THEHOME.COM.AU

Erte Creates With Subtle Charm For The South | A3 Print by High Fashion Accents on THEHOME.COM.AU

Days Gone By - 1917 Winter suits from Bellas Hess catalog.

Days Gone By - 1917 Winter suits from Bellas Hess catalog.

The latest womens' hairstyles from the February 17, 1903 Spokane Press.

The latest womens' hairstyles from the February 1903 Spokane Press.

Fabulous Easter hats. From the April 21, 1916 Seattle Star.

From the April 1916 Seattle Star.