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Discolored white 2/1 plain weave; starched; constructed of 3 pieces stitched together at center front waist; waistband cut from fabric on bias and folded similar to a tie with pointed ends; folds overlap in front and one hold with 4 small buttons and thread loops; lined with starched buckram; 2nd piece is rectangular in shape and centered vertically behind waistband; 3rd piece is a large rectangular folded lengthwise and attached horizontally at center along fold, then ends are folded back at a 45 degree angle so tails hang down from back, edges turned back and stitched.
aprons (protective wear)
Original to Codman House (Lincoln, Mass.),
Bequest of Dorothy S.F.M. Codman