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Mcclellan Elisabeth Collection

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Sir Edwin Sandys, with turned-down ruff, c1560-1570, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Portrait of Sir Edwin Sandys, with turned-down ruff, c1560-1570, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Sir Edwin Sandys, showing a turned-down ruff, the predecessor of the Vandyke collar. Reign of James I, c1560-1570, (1937). Edwin Sandys (1519-1588) English Archbishop

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing during the Reigns of Charles I and II, and James II, (1640-1686), 1903, (1937)

Clothing during the Reigns of Charles I and II, and James II, (1640-1686), 1903, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Samuel Sewall, in periwig and long coat, c1700-1720, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Portrait of Samuel Sewall, in periwig and long coat, c1700-1720, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Samuel Sewall, Governor and Judge of Massachusetts Colony, showing the periwig and long coat of the reign of James II, c1700-1720, (1937)

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Childrens clothing from 1850-1860, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Childrens clothing from 1850-1860, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Childrens clothing from 1850-1860, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Childrens clothing from 1800-1820, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Childrens clothing from 1800-1820, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Childrens clothing from 1800-1820, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing during The Republic Under Washington and Adams, 1790-1800, 1903, (1937)

Clothing during The Republic Under Washington and Adams, 1790-1800, 1903, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: A suit of velvet, worn by Robert Livingston of Clermont Manor, New York, c1740, (1937)

A suit of velvet, worn by Robert Livingston of Clermont Manor, New York, c1740, (1937)
A suit of velvet with raised figures, worn by Robert Livingston of Clermont Manor, New York, c1740, (1937). Robert Livingston (1688-1775)

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: A flying Josie, worn in Pennsylvania, late 18th century, (1937). Creator: Unknown

A flying Josie, worn in Pennsylvania, late 18th century, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Picture of a garment called a " flying Josie", made of white cambric and worn in Pennsylvania, late 18th century, 1937

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Henry Hudson, English navigator in ruff, 1609, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Portrait of Henry Hudson, English navigator in ruff, 1609, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Henry Hudson, the English navigator, showing the ruff, reign of James I, 1609, (1937). Henry Hudson (c1565-1611) English sea explorer and navigator

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of George Percy, in full shirt of Holland linen worn with doublet, c1610-1620, (1937)

Portrait of George Percy, in full shirt of Holland linen worn with doublet, c1610-1620, (1937)
Portrait of George Percy, second Governor of Virginia, showing the full shirt of Holland linen customarily worn under slashed doublets, and the Vandyke collar and cuffs of Charles Is reign

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing during the Reigns of James I-Charles I 1607-1640, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel

Clothing during the Reigns of James I-Charles I 1607-1640, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel
Clothing during the Reigns of James I-Charles I 1607-1640, 1903, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: General Francis Marion, in coat with high collar and waistcoat, c1770, (1937). Creator: Unknown

General Francis Marion, in coat with high collar and waistcoat, c1770, (1937). Creator: Unknown
General Francis Marion, showing coat with high collar and peculiar waistcoat, c1770, (1937). Francis Marion (1732-1795) military officer in the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783)

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Jan Baptist Van Rensselaer, in coat with cuffs reaching above the elbow, c1650, (1937)

Jan Baptist Van Rensselaer, in coat with cuffs reaching above the elbow, c1650, (1937)
Jan Baptist Van Rensselaer, Director of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck, showing a coat with cuffs reaching above the elbow, in reign of George I, c1650, (1937)

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Sadiron; tongs; skimmer, fork; trivets and copper chopping-dish, c18th century, (1937)

Sadiron; tongs; skimmer, fork; trivets and copper chopping-dish, c18th century, (1937)
One sadiron; one charcoal tongs; ladies, skimmer, and fork; two trivets; copper chopping-dish, c18th century, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800"

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: A little Dutch boy (from a portrait by Cuyp), c1640-1690, (1937). Creator: Unknown

A little Dutch boy (from a portrait by Cuyp), c1640-1690, (1937). Creator: Unknown
A little Dutch boy (from a portrait by Cuyp), c1640-1690, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing during the Reign of George III, 1760-1776, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel

Clothing during the Reign of George III, 1760-1776, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel
Clothing during the Reign of George III 1760-1776, 1903, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Picture of Edward Winslow, in Puritan dress, 1644, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Picture of Edward Winslow, in Puritan dress, 1644, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Picture of Edward Winslow, Governor of Plymouth Colony, in Puritan dress, 1644, (1937). Edward Winslow (1595-1655) Separatist who traveled on the Mayflower in 1620. Leader at Plymouth Colony

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing during the time of 1620-1670, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel

Clothing during the time of 1620-1670, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel
Clothing during the time of 1620-1670, (1903), 1937. From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: General Israel Putnam, showing uniform of a Continental trooper, c1770, (1937). Creator: Unknown

General Israel Putnam, showing uniform of a Continental trooper, c1770, (1937). Creator: Unknown
General Israel Putnam, showing uniform of a Continental trooper, 1937. Israel Putnam (1718-1790) American army general officer, known as Old Put

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Hernando De Soto, showing Spanish Armour of 16th century, c1520-1540, (1937)

Portrait of Hernando De Soto, showing Spanish Armour of 16th century, c1520-1540, (1937). Hernando de Soto (c1500-1542) Spanish explorer and conquistador

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing from 1860-1870, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Clothing from 1860-1870, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Clothing from 1860-1870, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing from 1850-1856, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Clothing from 1850-1856, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Clothing from 1850-1856, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing from 1836-1847, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Clothing from 1836-1847, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Clothing from 1836-1847, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Childrens clothing from 1820-1840, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Childrens clothing from 1820-1840, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Childrens clothing from 1820-1840, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Childrens clothing from 1830-1850, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Childrens clothing from 1830-1850, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Childrens clothing from 1830-1850, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Wedding costume of Miss Sara Hayes, of Philadelphia, c1750, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Wedding costume of Miss Sara Hayes, of Philadelphia, c1750, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Wedding costume of Miss Sara Hayes, of Philadelphia, c1750, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing from 1824-1835, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Clothing from 1824-1835, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Clothing from 1824-1835, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing from 1812-1828, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout

Clothing from 1812-1828, 1907, (1937). Creator: Cecil W Trout
Clothing from 1812-1828, 1907, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Mourning dress of mother and child, 1809, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Mourning dress of mother and child, 1809, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Mourning dress of mother and child, of black cashmere with scarf drapery of crepe; childs cap of white mull with black ribbon, 1809, (1937)

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Clothing from 1800-1808, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel

Clothing from 1800-1808, 1903, (1937). Creator: Sophie B Steel
Clothing from 1800-1808, 1903, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan. [Tudor Publishing Company, New York, 1937]

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Empire gown and childs dress trimmed with Valenciennes lace, 1804, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Empire gown and childs dress trimmed with Valenciennes lace, 1804, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Empire gown and childs dress trimmed with Valenciennes lace, 1804, (1937). The Emire line was a high waistline, often worn in white to denote high social status

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: General John Sullivan, in cocked hat edged with braid and a gorget, c1770, (1937)

General John Sullivan, in cocked hat edged with braid and a gorget, c1770, (1937)
General John Sullivan, showing cocked hat edged with braid and a gorget, c1770, (1937). John Sullivan (1740-1795) Irish-American General in the Revolutionary War

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Empire gown worn in Philadelphia, now in Memorial Hall, (1804), 1903, (1937). Creator

Empire gown worn in Philadelphia, now in Memorial Hall, (1804), 1903, (1937). Creator
Picture of an Empire gown worn in Philadelphia, now in the collection at Memorial Hall, (1804), 1903, (1937). A high waistline, often worn in white to denote a high social status

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of General Montgomery, showing a black silk stock, hair in queue, c1770, (1937)

Portrait of General Montgomery, showing a black silk stock, hair in queue, c1770, (1937). Richard Montgomery (1738-1775) Irish soldier of the British Army who later became a major general in

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: A portrait of General O. H. Williams, c1780, (1937). Creator: Unknown

A portrait of General O. H. Williams, c1780, (1937). Creator: Unknown
A portrait of General O. H. Williams, c1780, (1937). Otho Holland Williams (1749-1794) Continental Army officer from Maryland in the American Revolutionary War

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: A portrait of Major-General Pinckney, c1790, (1937). Creator: Unknown

A portrait of Major-General Pinckney, c1790, (1937). Creator: Unknown
A portrait of Major-General Pinckney, c1790, (1937). Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (1746 -1825) American statesman of South Carolina, Revolutionary War veteran

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Military Uniforms in America, c1770, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Military Uniforms in America, c1770, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Military Uniforms in America, c1770, (1937). The American Revolution was a colonial revolt which occurred between 1765 and 1783

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Comte de Rochambeau, showing dress of a French officer, 1791, 1937. Creator: Unknown

Comte de Rochambeau, showing dress of a French officer, 1791, 1937. Creator: Unknown
Comte de Rochambeau, showing dress of a French officer, 1791, (1937). Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur (1725- 1807) French nobleman

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Henry Laurens, Jr. hair in side puffs with pigtail queue, c1770, (1937)

Portrait of Henry Laurens, Jr. hair in side puffs with pigtail queue, c1770, (1937)
Portrait of Henry Laurens, Jr. drawn from life, showing hair in side puffs and pigtail queue, c1770, (1937). Henry Laurens (1724-1792) American merchant, slave trader

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: General Daniel Morgan in a buckskin coat of the Virginia rangers, c1780, (1937)

General Daniel Morgan in a buckskin coat of the Virginia rangers, c1780, (1937). Daniel Morgan (1736-1802) American pioneer, soldier, and politician from Virginia

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: General Warren, in the dress of a minute-man, c1760, (1937). Creator: Unknown

General Warren, in the dress of a minute-man, c1760, (1937). Creator: Unknown
General Warren, in the dress of a minute-man, 1937. Joseph Warren (1741-1775) American physician and Patriot of Boston during early days of the American Revolution

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: The Camp at Valley Forge. Officers cloaks and Dutch blankets for soldiers, c1777, (1937)

The Camp at Valley Forge. Officers cloaks and Dutch blankets for soldiers, c1777, (1937)
Picture of the Camp at Valley Forge, showing military cloak and great coat worn by the officers and the Dutch blankets worn by the private soldiers, c1777, (1937)

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Paul Jones, Commodore of the United States Navy, c1780, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Portrait of Paul Jones, Commodore of the United States Navy, c1780, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Paul Jones, Commodore of the United States Navy, c1780, (1937). John Paul Jones (1747-1792) naval commander in the American Revolutionary War

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: A portrait of Commodore Barry of the United States Navy, c1780, (1937). Creator: Unknown

A portrait of Commodore Barry of the United States Navy, c1780, (1937). Creator: Unknown
A portrait of Commodore Barry of the United States Navy, c1780, (1937). John Barry (1745-1803) was an officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War From " History of

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Gouverneur Morris, with smooth hair and pigtail queue, c1780, (1937)

Portrait of Gouverneur Morris, with smooth hair and pigtail queue, c1780, (1937)
Portrait of Gouverneur Morris, drawn from life, showing smooth hair and queue, c1780, (1937). Gouverneur Morris (1752-1816) American statesman and Founding Father

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of W. H. Drayton, Esq. with hair arranged in puff and queue, c1770, (1937)

Portrait of W. H. Drayton, Esq. with hair arranged in puff and queue, c1770, (1937)
Portrait of W. H. Drayton, Esq. drawn from life, showing hair arranged in puff on top and queue, c1770, (1937). William Henry Drayton (1742-1779) American planter and lawyer from Charleston

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Portrait of Washington, drawn from life, showing hair in pig tail queue, c1770, (1937)

Portrait of Washington, drawn from life, showing hair in pig tail queue, c1770, (1937). George Washington (1732-1799) American political leader, military general, statesman

Background imageMcclellan Elisabeth Collection: Cocked hat worn by a Quaker gentleman of Pennsylvania, 1774, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Cocked hat worn by a Quaker gentleman of Pennsylvania, 1774, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Showing a cocked hat worn by a Quaker gentleman of Pennsylvania, 1774, (1937). From " History of American Costume - Book One 1607-1800", by Elisabeth McClellan



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