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An original ca. 1948 Simplicity Pattern 1538. Misses' and Women's Blouse: A shoulder yoke releases soft front fullness and the blouse is finished with a front-button closing. Styles I and II feature a small, round collar, and bishop sleeves fastened with button links. Style I is trimmed with a pocket and top-stitching is used for accent. In Style II, the left front is made of contrasting fabric. Style III has cap sleeves and a notched collar.

An original ca. 1940's to 1950's Simplicity Pattern 4326. Official Red Cross Nurse's Aide Uniform. The blouse fronts are turned under form facings and pleats are released below the shoulder yoke. Bands trim the short sleeves and applied bands trim the bib and square neckline of the jumper. The gathered skirt and back-buttoned-bib are joined with a straight belt. Large patch pockets trim the skirt front. The small, neat cap buttons at the back.

An original ca. 1962 Vogue Pattern 5547. One piece dress with deep side front released pleats joins bloused bodice at waistline. Buttoned front closing below looped ends. Below elbow length and short sleeves cut in one with shoulder yokes. Self buckled belt.

An unused original ca. 1983 Simplicity Pattern 6168. Misses Tucked Dress: All views have center back zipper, side seam pockets, front tucked to yoke, neckband and long set-in sleeves. V1 has self pleated ruffle V1 and 2 sleeves are pleated to armhole and to cuffs. V2 and 3 have contrast tie, collar, neckband and cuffs. V3 tucks are released below the hipline. V3 and 4 sleeves are gathered to armhole and to French cuffs.

An original ca. 1960's Vogue Pattern 6012. One-piece Dress - Slim skirt joins bloused bodice at waistline. Released gathers from back shoulder yoke. Snapped-in dickey below shawl collar. Patch pockets. Long sleeves joined to band cuffs. Also short sleeves.

An original ca. 1945 Simplicity Pattern 1556. Misses' and Women's One-Piece Dress. The bodice, styled with a slightly lowered armhole is gathered at the upper and lower edges and the yoke and sleeves are cut in one piece. A front-button closing releases a pleat in the skirt front. The skirt has soft front fulness and the back is seamed at either side of the center. Style I has a notched collar and cap sleeves. Style II has bishop sleeves and a soft bow may be tacked to the high round…

An original ca. 1940's Simplicity Pattern 1024. Women's Dress. The button-front frock features a yoke at the shoulder which releases soft fulness in the waist front. The slim skirt is seamed on either side of the center front and back. Style I is finished with a notch collar and lace edging trims the short sleeve and front edge. In Style II, lace trimming outlines the square neck and three-quarter length sleeves.

An original ca. 1948 Simplicity Pattern 2277. The front-buttoning blouse is styled with a yoke which releases soft gathers in front and back. A convertible collar is featured. The sleeves may be short, or long and gathered to a wristband which turns back to form a link-buttoned cuff. In Style I, outside tucks run parallel to the button closing. Style II is finished with a patch pocket.

An unused original ca. 1940's Simplicity Pattern 4643. Misses' and Women's Shorts, Skirt, Blouse and Jumper. The blouse, fitted at the waistline, has a shoulder yoke and short sleeves with a cuff. The shorts have pleats in the front and back and are joined to a waist band at the upper edge. The skirt and jumper, buttoned down the front are trimmed with large side pockets. The inset belt releases the soft fullness of the jumper skirt. The separate skirt is finished with a belt.

An original ca. 1946 Simplicity Pattern 1796. Blouse with slightly lowered armhole. The back buttoning blouse is made with a round neckline yoke which releases soft gathers. Style 1 is made with bishop sleeves. In Style 2, the sleeves are short. Pushup sleeves are used in style 3. Embroidery makes a distinctive trimming for each view.