School Wear at Individual Schools: Primary School (1936)

Figure 1.--Several of the girls in the class wear pinafores. Images courtesy of the MD collection.

All of the girls of course wear dresses. About half of the girls wear pinafores over their dresses. The pinafores are all very plain styles. One girl wears a knit dress--almost certainly knitted by her mother. Two girls wear white Peter Pan collars. I only see one of the girls earing a badges like many of the boys wear. All of the girls have short hair styles. We also note a few girls wearing hair bows.


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Created: May 11, 2003
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