Dress

Description
This plum-colored one shoulder dress is decorated with flowers on the front. The dress was made in 1956, and was worn by a member of the Boyd family, prominent physicians in Washington, D.C. who helped the burgeoning field of neuroscience grow. The Boyd Family Papers can be found in the museum’s archives.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
dress
date made
1956
maker
Gothe
ID Number
1991.0698.007
accession number
1991.0698
catalog number
1991.0698.7
subject
American Enterprise
Clothing & Accessories
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American Enterprise
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

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