Wedding dress

Made by Hogg, Brown and Taylor's (American)

Object Place: United States


125 cm (49 3/16 in.)

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Americas, Textiles and Fashion Arts



Wedding dress in five parts; (a) pale blue taffeta dress; fitted, attached bodice, hooked down the front, with wide, low neck and short cap sleeves edged with white blonde lace; full skirt with greatest fullness at back forming train; (b) over bodice of shirred and puffed white net with a high , round neck and long sleeves; (c) overskirt of white net with lower part shirred and puffed; (d) separate overskirt of shirred and puffed white net; (e) straight belt of taffeta covered with shirred white net; bodice lined with white sateen; skirt line with glazed muslin; worn by Mary Francis Cook at her wedding to George B. Warren at the Congregational Church in Hyde Park, Mass., October 29, 1873; made at Hogg, Brown and Taylor’s, dry goods merchants of Boston.

Credit Line

Gift of Miss Elsie G. Warren