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During the 1900s, American women transformed cotton bags used as packaging for flour, meal, and animal feed into men's, women's, and children's clothing.
Enlargement
Donated by Dorothy Overall of Caldwell, KS, 1992
1992.0102.02
Negative number: 97-3560
Social History Division, NMAH


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