The Hidden History of the Smock Frock

The Hidden History of the Smock Frock
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Total Pages : 240
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ISBN-13 : 1350126144
ISBN-10 : 9781350126145
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Book Synopsis The Hidden History of the Smock Frock by : Alison Toplis (Writer on clothing and dress)

Download or read book The Hidden History of the Smock Frock written by Alison Toplis (Writer on clothing and dress) and published by . This book was released on 2020 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "Focussing on one item of utilitarian 19th-century workwear, Alison Toplis uncovers new social histories and reveals the lasting influence of the smock frock"--


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