The Delineator was an American women's magazine founded by The Butterick Publishing Company in 1869. The magazine featured Butterick sewing patterns, drawing of embroidery & needlework and short stories.
This original print from the magazine shows us what was fashionable in July of 1898. Ladies....the teeny...tiny waist line was the rage. The ladies on the page, I sadly admit look lovely.
The size of this framed print is 14 1/4" by 11 1/4". This item is in good condition.
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