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Name Dress
Number of Archive records 3.0
Number of Library records 1.0
Number of Object records 50.0
Number of Photo records 31.0
Updated -4712-01-01

Associated Records

1986.35 - 1986.35.18

Handbill. Printed ad. Has large picture of dress shop with clothing racks and small set table. 8.5" x 11" "To the Sweet Girl Graduate HOOT Invites You To a Hootenany In Joyce of Leland's New 'COUNTRY BARN- SPORTSWEAR' FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1964 3:00 TO 5:00 P.M. Coketails Join Your Pals, Gals"

1986.35 - 1986.35.19

Clipping, newspaper. From the Traverse City Record Eagle. Article entitled "Joyce Will Open Second Shop Here" Tells that Joyce is opening a new shop in Traverse City, "taking over the space vacated by Marie-Evelyn... and giving it the name 'a la Carte.'"

1986.35 - 1986.35.20

Clipping, newspaper. The Leelanau Enterprise. Two pages. Contains article entitled "Fire Rages in Leland; Flames Destroy Shop: Joyce of Leland Dress Shop Gutted by Blaze; Firemen Fight to Save Leland Landmark"

1962.41 - 1962.41.07

Dress, Childs.

Image of 1965.03 - 1965.03.05

1965.03 - 1965.03.05

Blue and white paisley dress with strip of green accents with black lace over it. Possibly worn in the 1900s. a. Top of dress b. Skirt of dress

1975.02 - 1975.02.03

Dress. White lawn with eyelet embroidery.

1973.05 - 1973.05.02

Dress, cotton. Green and red plaid with lace.

1973.05 - 1973.05.03

Slip, cotton. White with lace.

1973.05 - 1973.05.05

a&b Socks, cotton, white.

1974.03 - 1974.03.01

a&b Dress, ladies'. Worn by Matilda Brammer in her wedding. a) Dress, blouse. Wool garbadine, blue, fitted, long sleeves, pleated ruffle at cuffs and hem, black trim, 18 covered buttons. b) Dress, skirt. Wool garbadine, blue, pleated hem border, black trim. Believed to have been made in Germany.

1975.02 - 1975.02.16

Nightgown, Women's. Cotton, white, tucked & embroidered yoke & sleeves, 4 buttons on each shoulder. Worn by Charter family.

Image of 1979.03 - 1979.03.02

1979.03 - 1979.03.02

Dress. Cotton & rayon, ivory, embroidered net, overdress, short sleeves. (Not a wedding dress) Grace McKercher trousseau c. 1911 married George Halmond.

1982.03 - 1982.03

Dress. Dark purple, peplum in back, beaded panel on front. Belonged to Ildri Garthe Peterson, daughter of Isaac Garthe of Northport. Wife of Hans Peterson, immigrant from Norway who settled in Northport. Mrs. Peterson wore the dress to church. See 1982 Documents file for family tree.

1985.02 - 1985.02.01

Gown, Baptismal. Childs Christening Dress.

Image of 1985.24 - 1985.24.02

1985.24 - 1985.24.02

Silk Dress; Puple silk with black strike and black lace; Made Agnes White Good for Elizabeth Wilson for her wedding to John White on Jan. 30, 1862 in Scotland.

Image of 1985.25 - 1985.25.01

1985.25 - 1985.25.01

Dress. Long, white. 60" batiste, white, lace and embroid. Inserts, tucking, belonged to Amelia Kropp - raised in Good Harbor.

1986.08 - 1986.08.02

Dressing gown made of white cotton, hand pin-tucked bodice and cuffs, eyelet around neck, front placket and sleeves. The rest of the garment is machine stitched.

1987.12 - 1987.12.01

Dress, Children's for Christening. Purple wook with cream colored applied braid, brass buttons. Worn by Hattie Brammer Olsen (born January 8, 1881). She was born and christened in Hamburg, Germany and moved to Leelanau County when she was 9 months old. the dress was made by an Aunt who remained in Germany. The family first moved to Northport where her father (Frank Brammer) worked in lumbering. The they moved to a farm on Schommberg Road. He then purchased a grist mill on Crystal River. (Frank Brammer had been a miller in Germany). The family lived at the mill and Frank ran it untill 1922 when he died. Hattie's mother was Matilda Tesch (sp?) Brammer. Hattie married Charles (Carl) Olsen

1987.15 - 1987.15.03

Dress 49" length. Cotton. Black and white print, white lace trim on collar and cuffs. White buttons on waist.

1988.23 - 1988.23.01

Nightgown. White. Infant's, 6 buttons, long sleeves, eyelet trim, long open front.