GOWNS

12 items found relating to : Gowns

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New York Times JURY FREES MISS EDITH ROSENBAUM
29th March 1918
Miss Edith Rosenbaum, a fashion writer, was acquitted yesterday by a jury in Judge Mayer's Part of the Federal District Court of a charge of having failed to declare a number of evening gowns, which she brought here from France last June. The in...
New York Times MARY GARDEN'S SIDE IN SUIT
22nd May 1919
Bill for Gowns "Outrageous," Her Lawyer Wrote Lucille, Ltd. --- A statement in behalf of Mary Garden was made yesterday by her attorney, Jacob Klein, concerning the suit filed against her in the Supreme Court on Tuesday by Lucille, Ltd...
LUCILE TEA GOWNS   LUCILE TEA GOWNS
1912
Chicago Tribune GIRL IMMIGRANTS HERE GET ONLY NIGHTGOWNS IN NEW YORK
26th April 1912
 PLEA FOR TITANIC ARRIVALS Girl Immigrants Here Get Only Nightgowns in New York Others Arrive Destitute Use of Money Collected Here Urged for Their Assistance  Imm...
New York Times LUCILLE, LIMITED, MANAGER PLEADS
7th July 1911
Thomas J. Duggan, Manager of Lucile, Limited, of 17 West Thirty-sixth Street, who is charged with the undervaluation of gowns and dress models, entered a formal plea of not guilty, before Judge Archbald in the Criminal Branch of the United States ...
Chicago Daily Tribune PLEA FOR TITANIC ARRIVALS
26th April 1912
Girl Immigrants Here Get Only Nightgowns in New York OTHERS ARRIVE DESTITUTE Use of Money Collected Here Urged for Their Assistance Immigration officer in Chicago who have come in contact with Titanic s...
New York Times LUCILE GOWNS SEIZED
28th May 1911
All Imported Goods Taken from Lady Duff-Gordon's Establishment --- There was excitement among the half-dozen models from abroad whom Lady Lucy Duff-Gordon recently placed in her fashionable dressmaking establishment, Lucile, Limited, at ...
New York Times LADY DUFF GORDON SUES
14th April 1911
Husband of the Former Mrs. Chapman Refuses to Pay for Valuable Gowns --- Lady Duff Gordon, who, under the name of Lucile, Ltd., of London and Paris, sells feminine apparel of her own design, is suing for $600 in the City Court P...
New York Times AUTEUIL SOUNDS THE PANNIER'S DOOM
24th June 1912
Smart Display of Summer Fashions at Paris Race Course Shows Radical Style Changes --- NOVEL ROBESPIERRE GOWNS --- Immense Crowd Out to See the French Grand National---Americans Less Numerous Than Usual...
Unidentified Newspaper WOMAN RELATES THRILLING RACE OF CARPATHIA
20th April 1912
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Denver Post LADY DUFF-GORDON AND HUSBAND AMONG THOSE ON TITANIC
17th April 1912
New York, April 17--When the first passenger list of the Titanic was published in Monday's papers there was much curiosity over the identity of "Mr. and Mrs. Morgan," who were named as among those on board. The reporters on duty at the offices of the...
New York Times LADY DUFF-GORDON EXAMINED
6th June 1911
Declared She Merely Lent Her Name to Corporation, Lucile, Limited --- Lady Lucy Duff-Gordon visited the Federal Building yesterday with her counsel, Bainbridge Colby, to have a talk with Assistant United States District Attorney Wemple...