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An unused original ca. 1963 Simplicity Pattern 5039. The nightshirt has a V-shaped neckline finished with a 2" band and a back neck facing. Long st in sleeves are finished with sleevebands. Lower edge of shirt is shaped. V.1 pajama top is same as nightshirt excepting a straight lower edge. V. 3 pajama top is collarless with short set-in sleeves and front button closing. Nightshirt and both tops have a pocket stitched to upper left front.

An unused original ca. 1983 Simplicity Pattern 6033. Misses' set of back button blouses: All views have lace or medallion trim, back button closing and set-in sleeves gathered to armholes and to buttoned cuffs. V. 1, 2 and 3 have stand-up collar. V. 1 and 3 have front tucks. V. 1 has jabot. V. 2 has lace collar and front. V. 4 has bias bound neck edge, lace yoke and faggoting trim.

An original ca. 1956 Simplicity Pattern 1678. Junior Misses and Misses Dress and Jacket: A charming town fashion that goes from desk to date. The princess line sheath dress and short sleeves are cut in one. The neckline is high in front and low and round in back. Dress boasts band and button trimmed pockets at the hip and a pleat at lower edge in back. View 1, the brief, three quarter sleeved jacket has a small pointed collar and buttons down the back.

An unused original ca. 1955 Simplicity Pattern 1119. Junior Misses' and Misses' One-Piece Dress: A wide V neckline styles this figure flattering princess dress. The center front and back panels extend over the shoulders. Soft inverted pleats over the skirt seams billow out below the waistline. Bow trim adds back interest to view 1. View 1 is sleeveless; view 2 has short sleeves. Ribbon tie belt is worn in view 2.

An original ca. 1951 Simplicity Pattern 3685. Misses' Wraparound Skirt: The skirt is cut in three sections. Views 1 and 2 have a large patch pocket on front. Self fabric bias band trims View 1 which fastens with a button and snaps. Four buttons close skirt, Views 2 and 3. Saddle-stitching trims pocket, View 2. The lower edges of the skirt, View 3, are rounded.

An original ca. 1950's Simplicity Pattern 4784. This "Simple to Make" circular skirt has a zipper closing in left side seam. A variety of fabrics, including felt, may be used. View 1 has a heart shaped pocket and features applique and ribbon trim. View 2 pocket, also is heart shaped. View 3 is detailed with rows of braid trim. Waistband is shaped.

An original ca. 1966 Simplicity Pattern 6672. Misses' Two-Piece Dress: The slim skirt with gathers has back zipper and waistband. Top with slightly lowered round neckline has back separating zipper. Collarless V. 1 has below elbow-length, bell-shaped, set-in sleeves. V. 2 with bias roll-type collar has short set-in sleeves. V. 3 is collarless and sleeveless.

An original ca. 1948 Simplicity Pattern 2364. Teen-age Bolero suit and Blouse: The dart-fitted bolero is styled with long, cuffed sleeves and lining is optional. The circular skirt features folds in the front waistband which gives the effect of a cummerbund. A forward shoulder seam releases soft gathers on the front-buttoning blouse. The collar is pointed and the bishop sleeves join to a wide wristband.

An unused original ca. 1955 Simplicity Pattern 1160. Misses' One-Piece Dress: The bodice front of this shirtwaist type dress is styled with outside tucks. Full skirt is softly pleated. View 1 three quarter sleeves are gathered to a band. Views 1 and 2 have a small collar. Views 2 and 3 are sleeveless. View 3 tie collar fastens in a bow in front. Tucks are detailed with gathered lace edging giving a very feminine look to this version.

An unused original ca. 1975 Simplicity Pattern 6882. The short or long dress with flared skirt stitched to shaped bodice at normal waistline has back zipper and pleated bodice front forming a squared cowl neckline. The short dress is regular length; long dress is floor length.