Cotton, muslin, velvet
Overall: 31 1/2 x 28 in. ( 80 x 71.1 cm )
Red and white polka-dot cotton wrap-around skirt with a white muslin apron sewn in; four black cotton Star-of-David appliques across the bottom of the apron; black velvet ties sewn across the waist.
This skirt was used by Ruth Draper in the monologue "Three Imaginary Folk Songs" when she played the Swedish Polka.
Gift of Mrs. E. C. Carter
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