Reflecting freedom : how fashion mirrored the struggle for women's rights
(Special Collection Loan)

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[United States] : [Publisher not identified], [2017].
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358 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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Rawlings Branch - ADULTNONFIC
305.409 G
Rawlings Branch - SCLOAN
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English
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9781522960508

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This book explores how women's struggle for social and political equality is reflected in their clothing. For example, were enormous hoop skirts, tightly-laced corsets, controversial trousers, or revealing miniskirts simply fashion trends, or deliberate statements about societal values? Historic images and other primary sources reveal an intriguing relationship between women fighting for their rights and their image reflected in the mirror.--Back cover.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Gose, E. T., & DeHerrera, K. W. (2017). Reflecting freedom: how fashion mirrored the struggle for women's rights. [United States]: [Publisher not identified].

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Gose, Eileen Tannich and Kathy Wiederstein. DeHerrera. 2017. Reflecting Freedom: How Fashion Mirrored the Struggle for Women's Rights. [United States]: [Publisher not identified].

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Gose, Eileen Tannich and Kathy Wiederstein. DeHerrera, Reflecting Freedom: How Fashion Mirrored the Struggle for Women's Rights. [United States]: [Publisher not identified], 2017.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Gose, Eileen Tannich., and Kathy Wiederstein DeHerrera. Reflecting Freedom: How Fashion Mirrored the Struggle for Women's Rights. [United States]: [Publisher not identified], 2017.

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