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Visiting Card, Sarah Hewitt

This is a Visiting Card. It was subject: Sarah Cooper Hewitt. It is dated 1890. Its medium is reproduction. It is a part of the department.

Sarah is photographed in a walking suit designed by Maison Worth. The sisters were practical when attending fittings. Maison Worth had a stepladder available so that Sarah and Eleanor could test out the garments they would be wearing during their work in the museum.

It is credited Ringwood Manor.

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