London, England: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, Ltd., 1922
vii, 214 p. col. front. (port.) illus. 21 x 17 cm.
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[Cover], pp. [unnumbered]-[ii]
[Title page], pp. [iii]-[iv]
Foreword, Streather, Blanche pp. v ff.
Contents, pp. vii ff.
Chapter I: The history of millinery, pp. 1-24
Chapter III: Pattern making, pp. 30-45
Chapter IV: Shape-making, pp. 46-54
Chapter V: Wire shape-making, pp. 55-66
Chapter VII: Covering shapes, pp. 78-92
Chapter VIII: Straw working, pp. 93-104
Chapter IX: Lining, binding and facing brims, pp. 105-109
Chapter X: Hat and bonnet linings, and bandeaux, pp. 110-118
Chapter XII: Ribbon bows, pp. 129-139
Chapter XVI: Infants' and children's millinery, pp. 184-209
Chapter XVII: Millinery renovations, pp. 210-
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