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  1. Hilda Smith's black silk satin and lace dress
    1908 - 1912

    Griffith Pioneer Park Museum

    This dress is a significant example of a well provenanced stylish dress worn for special occasions by a pioneering woman. This well-made black dress belonged to Hilda Mabel Smith, nee Spencer who was born in Braidwood in 1884. The dress may have been made during a trip to Sydney between 1908 and 1912. Hilda came from a family of pioneering horsemen of the Snowy Mountains river region and married Neil Smith in April 1914. Hilda and Neil spent several years ... more

  2. 'Gum Blossom' child's fancy dress
    1938

    Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences

    This tiny outfit was worn by three year old Pat Dale at the 150th anniversary celebrations of white settlement in Australia held on April 6th and 7th 1938 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. It represents one of many Australian native plants that the girls depicted alongside birds and animals worn by the boys to represent the spirit of Australia. The gum blossom outfit was inspired by the characters 'Bib and Bub' from the books 'Gum-Nut Babies' and 'Gum-Blossom Babies' by ... more

  3. De Bortoli cream silk 1920s wedding dress
    1928 - 1929

    De Bortoli Family

    This cream silk wedding dress was worn by Giuseppina (Pineta) Bisa for her marriage to Vittorio De Bortoli in 1929 at Bilbul, near Griffith, New South Wales. The dress was purchased from a French catalogue when Giuseppina was working as a maid for a wealthy family in Lyon in France, saving for her fare to Australia. After the wedding, Giuseppina altered the dress so it could be worn for evening occasions. She removed the sleeves and lace fringing, storing these ... more

  4. Merle Hadley's Black Dress
    1954 - 1964

    Canowindra Historical Museum

    <strong>PROVENANCE: BLACK DRESS AND JACKET &ndash; ENID MERLE HADLEY.</strong> Enid Merle Hadley (known as &ldquo;Merle&rdquo;) lived in Canowindra from 1968 to 1971. Her husband, James (&ldquo;Jim&rdquo;) Hadley, was manager of the then Rural Bank of New South Wales in Gaskill Street. The manager&rsquo;s residence was above and behind the banking chamber. They led a very busy life, actively participating in many local organizations and functions. Merle and Jim married in Sydney on 23rd September 1944 when Jim was able to ... more

  5. Ruth Allbon Wedding Dress
    1945

    Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum

    Ruth Eason Pontifex Shorthouse and Signalman Charles Joseph Malden Allbon married&nbsp;in St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Chatswood, New South Wales, 5th May 1945. They met during the Second World War when both&nbsp;worked at Railway House in Sydney.&nbsp;When Charles went to New Guinea in 1943, they continued to correspond and&nbsp;became engaged by mail. Charles sent the money to Ruth for the engagement ring while&nbsp;still on active service in New Guinea.&nbsp;Charles and Ruth moved to Goulburn in 1958. Charles was Stores Manager for ... more

  6. Dawn Waterhouse's Ball Gown
    1954

    Canberra Museum and Gallery

    This ballgown, sewn from red satin and tulle and trimmed in white silk, was worn by Dawn Waterhouse to the State Ball in honour of Queen Elizabeth II in 1954. The gown forms part of the Calthorpe House Collection, itself historically signficant. Not only does the house document fifty years of continuous occupation by the Calthorpe family, but is a relatively intact example of Australian domestic architecture and interior design originating from the 1920s. Its contents, funishings and gardens represent ... more

  7. Cocktail dress made by Barbara Cottee
    1951

    Private collectors

    This dress was made by Barbara Cottee (born 29 September 1931) in Sydney in 1951. It was made to complete the requirements of a 3-year dressmaking course at East Sydney Technical College. &nbsp;Barbara Cottee wore the dress twice. Once to a friend&rsquo;s wedding in Ashfield in Sydney in 1951 and a year later for a studio photograph in Orange, NSW. &nbsp;The significance of the dress lies in its &nbsp;Parisian post-war design and its interesting Australian provenance. Its documentation reveals aspects ... more

  8. Len Forsythe Boat Cloak
    1900

    Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum

    This British Royal Navy Officer's boat cloak dates from&nbsp;c.1900-1939.&nbsp;It is made from fine, worsted, British&nbsp;wool, is hip length and has seams at the sides.&nbsp;We know that the garment was not Australian, as the word&nbsp;'AUSTRALIA' would be printed on the lower edge of the buttons if that were the case.&nbsp;Boat cloaks were&nbsp;an optional item of dress for navy personnel, worn mainly over full dress, ball dress or mess dress for additional warmth when travelling in an open ship's boat/gig/barge, either between ... more

  9. Chrissy Amphlett's School Uniform
    1994

    Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences

    Chrissy Amphlett's iconic school uniform represents the unrestrained performance style of the lead singer of the internationally successful Australian rock band, Divinyls. The navy blue box pleat tunic and white shirt with a Peter Pan collar is one of several school uniforms worn in performance by Amphlett. Amphlett credits the uniform with enabling her to create the persona of the angry, sexually provocative schoolgirl that allowed the band to transcend the Australian pub scene and find international fame. Amphlett's aggressive, ... more

  10. Black silk evening dress
    1920 - 1929

    Private collectors

    This sleeveless, black silk sheath evening gown, with asymmetrical beading, flared skirt and scalloped hem belonged to Wendy Hucker (nee O&rsquo;Donnell)&rsquo;s mother Hylda Maria Sophia Australia Adelskold, and was presumably worn in the 1920s or early 30s. Hylda, born Melbourne, Victoria, 1887, one of seven children. She married Charles Joseph O&rsquo;Donnell, a farmer, and bore nine children- Gustaf, Joan, Claes, John, Charles, Esther, Peter, Paul and Wendy. &ldquo;Hylda and Charlie [as he was affectionately known] were real people, of whom ... more

  11. Evening dress made by David Jones Limited
    1920 - 1926

    Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences

    Born in Noumea, New Caledonia, in 1900, May Camille Dezarnaulds migrated to Sydney with her family in 1912 and lived in the harbour-side suburb of Double Bay until 1923 when she married the Hon. G.R.W. McDonald, local member for Bungara New South Wales. She purchased this custom-made dress from David Jones, probably to wear as her 'going-away' outfit when departing for her honeymoon. The garment would have been selected from a David Jones catalogue featuring a list and price of ... more

  12. Small black lace cape
    1895 - 1905

    Private collectors

    This cape is of historic significance to Orange. It is hand made from machine and chemical lace. It is in as new condition. Of interest is the fact that the cape has been constructed from one piece of fabric which has been darted and pleated to give it its shape. After Daisy passed away in 1923, the cape was passed into the keeping of Shirley Duckworth's family - both families being friends. It was made for and worn by Daisy ... more