Evening gown worn for concert

Titles Evening gown worn for concert
Description Evening gown of cream colored silk faille with chiffon inlets, pleated off shoulder style enhanced by large bunches of white velvet ribbon flowers. Worn by Jessica De Wolf as the soloist at the opening of the St. Paul Auditorium, April, 1907. She was for many years a member of the choir of House of Hope Presbyterian Church and active on the Schubert Club Board of Directors. Attributed to Mary Abigail O'Keefe Molloy, Saint Paul, Minnesota dressmaker.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 36 3/4 inches circumference (63.108.A, bodice, bustline)
25 3/4 inches circumference (63.108.A, bodice, waistline)
40 inches length (63.108.B, skirt, waist to hem, front)
42 1/2 inches length (63.108.B, skirt, waist to hem, side)
56 1/2 inches length (63.108.B, skirt, waist to hem, back)
26 1/2 inches circumference (63.108.B, skirt, waistline)
200 inches circumference (63.108.B, skirt, hem)
Nomenclature evening dress (garment)
Materials silk (textile)
cotton (textile)
Creation Made by: Molloy, Mary Abigal O'Keefe
Made in: Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Subjects Used by: DeWolf, Jessica
Used in: Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
St. Paul Auditorium
Dressmakers--Minnesota--Saint Paul.
Clothing. Women's Dresses. 1900-1909
Dates Use: Exactly 1907
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 63.108.A,B (Accession Number)

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