Busy bees can buzz freely around the garden (or anywhere they please) in this easy-to-wear stripy cotton dress. The contrast pockets are perfect for carrying flowers and other newfound treasures, while the hard-wearing, slubby jersey fabric is tough enough for an afternoon spent climbing trees. For adventures in chilly weather, add leggings and booties.
Mary Frances Baroque Bag. A coveted purse from the highly collected designer: An autumn palette of burnt orange, midnight and moonlight are rendered to velvet and festooned with brass findings, stones and plumage in the designerÕs distinctive style. Faux crystal clasp. Limited edition. 12 x 7 x 2".
Bose Ikard was born into slavery around 1847 or in 1843 in Summerville, Noxubee County, Mississippi. He lived with his master's family prior to the Civil War, becoming a ranch hand and cowboy as he grew up in Texas after the Ikards moved from Mississippi to Parker County, Texas. On the post-war cattle drives, Ikard served as a tracker, a cowboy and as Charles Goodnight's de-facto banker, often carrying thousands of dollars in cash until the money could be deposited.