By Tom Tierney
Spanning three generations, an American kinfolk of eight is proven in interval dresses worn for house responsibilities, farming, and formal events. Wardrobes comprise lace-and-ruffle decorated robes, a judge's gown, army uniforms, a chic swimsuit of eco-friendly velvet, Indian-inspired frontier clothes, and masses extra. eight paper dolls, 32 costumes.
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