History of Women’s Clothing: 1780 to Early 1900s

March 2520232:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Jackson Branch of the Ocean County Library, 2 Jackson Dr., Jackson, NJ, + Google Map
Historian and seamstress Pati Githens will discuss the functions that women’s clothing served and the styles that grew from necessities of living in America’s first full century. Members of the Monmouth County Historical Association will be attired in handmade reproductions of women’s garb of the period.

Please register at www.theoceancountylibrary.org/events to attend this free program, sponsored by the Friends of the Jackson Library. For more information, visit the OCL Jackson Branch, 2 Jackson Drive, or call (732) 928-4400.

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