35 items found relating to : Gowns
|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
|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
|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...
|New York Times||MISS MARGARET HAYS WEDS
24th April 1913
One of the Survivors of the Titanic Disaster Marries at St. Thomas's --- St. Thomas's Church at Fifty-third Street and Fifth Avenue was filled to the doors yesterday with guests for the wedding of Dr. Charles D. Easton of Newport, R. I....
|New York American||DEATH CLOSES CAREER OF LADY DUFF GORDON
22nd April 1935
Modiste Who "Dressed the Women of Three Generations" Once Had Shop in New York LONDON, April 21. - Lady Duff Gordon, for many years world celebrated as an arbiter of fashion, and a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic,...
|The Greenwich News||MOORE-GRAHAM
14th June 1914
SUMMER RESIDENTS IN LARGE NUMBERS ATTEND SOCIETY AFFAIR The wedding of Miss Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Graham of New York and Belle Haven, and Eugene Maxwell Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Moore...
|Akron Beacon Journal||AKRON WOMEN TELL THRILLING STORIES OF THEIR RESCUE FROM THE DOOMED SHIP
20th April 1912
HOCKING AND RICHARDS FAMILIES SAT IN WATER A FOOT DEEP IN A LIFE BOAT Mrs. Emily Richards Tells a Thrilling Story of the Escape of Herself and Her Relatives From the Titanic (Special Dispatch to the Beacon Journal)...
|New York Times||CUSTOMS MEN CALL LADY DUFF-GORDON
26th May 1911
After Arresting Manager of Her Shop on Charge of Undervaluing Imported Gowns --- WANT HER AS WITNESS --- Only Employe, Not President, of Lucile, Limited, Now, It is Said -...
|New York Times||GUGGENHEIM-SELIGMAN
25th October 1894
Delmonicos was the scene of one of the handsomest weddings of the season at 6 oclock last evening, when Miss Florette Seligman, the youngest daughter of James Seligman, was married to Benjamin Guggenheim, a son of Meyer Guggenheim of 66 West Seve...
|New York Times||VIRGINIA M. FRENCH HAS TWELVE ATTENDANTS AT HER MARRIAGE HERE TO WILLIAM F. DICK
19th December 1941
A marriage uniting two families of prominence in society here and in Newport, R. I., took place in the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest yesterday afternoon when Miss Virginia Middleton French, daughter of Mrs. James Lenox Banks Jr. of 15 East Ni...
|New York Times||RUSH TO CONSOLE LADY DUFF-GORDON
27th May 1911
Stream of Visitors to Her Shop, Where Government Says Undervalued Gowns Were Shown --- SECOND ARREST IS MADE --- Abraham Merritt Surrenders to Answer Charge of Undervaluation in Customs Cases --- Abraham Merritt, ...
|102 YEARS AFTER TITANIC: WHY WE KEEP DRIFTING BACK
23rd May 2014
Lisa M. McDougald
Nothing in recent history defines the spectrum of human drama in so clear and compact a story as the sinking of Titanic. ...
|The Toronto Daily Star||MAJOR'S DAUGHTER REMINDS HIM THAT IT'S HIS BIRTHDAY
19th April 1912
Jessie Peuchen Listened to Father's Graphic Story, Then Wished Him Many Returns HOW THE MAJOR TOLD HIS ENTRALLING TALE ...
|New York Herald||TITANIC : THE COUNTESS OF ROTHES AND THE PHANTOM LIGHT
21st April 1912
LADY ROTHES DESCRIBES THE HORROR OF SURVIVORS' CHASE OF PHANTOM LIGHT ...
|Daily Sketch||DEATH OF LUCILE
22nd April 1935
Page 1 Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon, famous as "Lucile," the fashion expert whose articles in the Daily Sketch were for years a notable and most popular feature has died in Putney. Her husband Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon, Bt., died in April four y...
|New York Times||COL. ASTOR'S WIFE SEEKS SEPARATION
27th October 1909
Lawyer Appointed Referee by Justice Mills to Take Testimony in the Case --- GREAT SECRECY ABOUT IT --- Suit Comes Nearly a Year After Mrs. William Astor's Death---Col. Astor Yachting with His Son --- Mrs. Ava...
|Titanica!||ANNA KATHERINE KELLY 1892 - 1969
9th September 2011
Anna Katherine Kelly, “Annie Kate,” later to become also known as Sister Patrick Joseph, was born on January 14, 1892 in Cuilmullagh, Lahardane, in Addergoole civil parish, County Mayo, Ireland. Her parents, John Kelly and Ellen Fla...
|Ship to Shore||WILLIAM SLOPER'S ACCOUNT OF THE TITANIC DISASTER
William T. Sloper
"I walked into the palm court of the Carleton hotel on Pall Mall in the middle of the afternoon. The streets around the hotel and the hotel itself were deserted except for one group of people...
|Titanica!||MADAME LUCILE: A LIFE IN STYLE
29th April 2003
Randy Bryan Bigham
The following is an excerpt from the prologue of Lucile - Her Life by Design, Randy Bigham's pending biography of Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon (1863-1935), the renowned Edw...
|Denver Post||DEATH ENDS PICTURESQUE CAREER OF MRS. J.J. BROWN
28th October 1932
Page 1 Life Story One of Accomplishment Adventure 'TITANIC' HEROINE IS VICTIM OF PARALYSIS (BY JACK CARBERRY) Mrs. Margaret Tobin Brown--Denver, and all the world knew her as "The Unsinkab...
|New York Times||A MAGNIFICENT WEDDING
18th February 1891
JOHN JACOB ASTOR MARRIED TO MISS AVA L. WILLING --- THE CEREMONY TAKES PLACE AT THE HOME OF THE BRIDE'S FATHER IN PHILADELPHIA--HUNDREDS OF NOTABLE NEW-YORKERS PRESENT --- PHILADELPHIA, Penn., Feb. 17---New-Y...
|Hudson Dispatch||HARROWING TALE OF SCENES ON TITANIC BY MISS DOWDELL
20th April 1912
--------------- Many Men Sacrificed Their Lives in Forming Human Ladder to Help Women and Children to the Lifeboats---To Prevent Frantic Women from Hearing the Shrieks of Their Loved Ones, Those in the Boats Sank [sic], "We Parted on the Shor...
|North Devon Journal||THE TRAGEDY OF THE TITANIC
25th April 1912
The battlefields of history offer no more shining episode than the last hours of the “Titanic.” It will live in history beside the story of the “Birkenhead.”...
|Titanica!||THE HIGHEST EXAMPLE LIFE CAN FURNISH
8th June 2013
Richard Frazar White, Bowdoin College, and the Titanic...
|The Toronto World||MAJOR PEUCHEN BLAMES CAPTAIN WHO WENT DOWN WITH HIS SHIP
20th April 1912
Loss of Titanic, He Says, Was Due to Criminal Carelessness in Running at Full Speed Thru the Ice With a New Crew--Capt. Smith Was Having His Dinner When Crash Came--Major Peuchen Left in Third Boat, Which Had Only 22 People and Could Have...
|Titanica!||SEALED ORDERS: A TITANIC SURVIVOR'S CLASSIC TALE OF LOVE AND FATE
23rd December 2005
Helen Churchill Candee