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THE SLAVES OF FASHION.
THROUGH LONG CENTURIES WOMEN HAVE OBEYED HER WHIMS. Every Effort Towards Health and Common Sense Has Been Assailed as Inartistic or Immoral--The History of Female Garments as Shown in the Hoop-Skirt, Bustle, Pull-Back, and Similar Vagaries--A Pictorial Lesson in Comparative Anatomy--Pointers from the Stage.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Sep 5, 1891
Start Page: 16
Pages: 1
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Perhaps no topic in which women are vitally interested is so widely discussed and so thoroughly agitated just now as that of dress reform. The action taken by the last session of the International Council of Women in regard to it has given a fresh impetus to would-be re-...

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