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Seminole girls sewing. 1930s/40s.  Although that might be a boy on the right.  Notice the distinctive hair style that the girls wear, which is made by putting their hair over a cardboard form.  This was copied from women's hats in the 1920s.  It would also work like a sun visor.

Seminole girls sewing. 1930s/40s. Although that might be a boy on the right. Notice the distinctive hair style that the girls wear, which is made by putting their hair over a cardboard form. This was copied from women's hats in the 1920s. It would also work like a sun visor.

- Product Description - Measurements For more information about this product, please contact info@morphewconcept.com Decade: 1920s Vintage condition: Fair. This item includes some stains and missing h

- Product Description - Measurements For more information about this product, please contact info@morphewconcept.com Decade: 1920s Vintage condition: Fair. This item includes some stains and missing h

Seminole Girl. Photo by Marilyn Angel Wynn

Young Seminole girl, Isabel M. Tucker, dressed in a traditional colorful patchwork dress and hairdo during the Seminole Indian Festival in Hollywood Florida

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