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  • Subjects: Palmer, Bertha Honoré, 1849-1918
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    • Brooch

    • J. H. Leyson Co. (manufacturer)
    • 1893
    • This brooch was given to Mrs. Palmer to commemorate the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition. Its inscription, Oro y Plata, is the state motto for Montana. The nail contained within the pin was the final nail used in construction of the Exposition's...
    • Cape

    • Robina (Paris, France) (designer)
    • circa 1900
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Card case

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    • circa 1865
    • Belonged to Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer (1850-1918), mother-in-law of the donor.
    • Dress

    • Reville & Rossiter Ltd. (designer)
    • circa 1910
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Dress

    • Douellieut (Paris, France) (creator)
    • 1900
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Dress

    • Robina (Paris, France) (designer)
    • 1893
    • Bertha Honoré Palmer commissioned this two-piece ensemble from the Parisian haute couture house Robina in 1892.
    • Dress

    • Weeks (designer)
    • 1911
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer. Mrs. Palmer commissioned this dress from the House of Weeks (Paris) in 1911 to wear to the coronation of King George V in London. The embroidery down the center front is very similar to the embroidery on the...
    • Dress

    • House of Worth (Firm) (designer)
    • 1892
    • Court presentation dress worn by Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Dress

    • House of Worth (Firm) (designer)
    • 1900
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Dress

    • House of Worth (Firm) (designer)
    • 1900
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Dress

    • Worth, Charles Frédérick, 1825-1895 (designer); House of Worth (Firm) (designer)
    • 1893
    • Evening gown worn by Bertha Honoré Palmer to the Chicago World's Columbian Exposition of 1893.
    • Necklace

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    • 1900
    • Worn by Mrs. Potter Palmer I, née Bertha Honoré, and subsequently used to decorate a Bes-Ben hat that had since been made to accommodate it. One of the medallions had also been removed and given away. It was subsequently replaced with another...
    • Nightgown

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    • circa 1880
    • Belonged to Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer (1850-1918), mother-in-law of donor.
    • Overcoat

    • Worth, Charles Frédérick, 1825-1895 (designer)
    • circa 1902
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Overcoat

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    • circa 1885
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Overcoat

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    • circa 1870
    • Worn by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.
    • Pendant

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    • 1867
    • Bertha Honoré received this gold cross when she graduated with honors from the Sisters of the Visitation Convent in Washington, D.C.
    • Purse

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    • circa 1900
    • Used by Mrs. Bertha Honoré Palmer.

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