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  • Artists/Makers: Worth, Charles Frédérick, 1825-1895
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    • Dress

    • Worth, Charles Frédérick, 1825-1895 (designer); Worth and Bobergh (designer)
    • 1861
    • Although married in Chicago in 1858, it was not until 1874 that the McCormick family constructed a permanent Chicago residence. They had homes in both New York and Washington and traveled abroad extensively, particularly to European expositions at...
    • Dress

    • Worth, Charles Frédérick, 1825-1895 (designer); Worth and Bobergh (designer)
    • circa 1884
    • Worn by Mrs. Cyrus Hall McCormick, née Nancy "Nettie" Fowler (1835-1923).
    • Dress

    • Worth, Charles Frédérick, 1825-1895 (designer)
    • 1883
    • Worn by Mrs. Henry Nelson Tuttle, née Fannie Farwell.
    • 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.
    • Overcoat

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

    • Worth, Charles Frédérick, 1825-1895 (designer); House of Worth (Firm) (designer)
    • circa 1900
    • Worn by Mrs. Colin Powys (Nancy Lathrop Carver Leiter) Campbell, wife of Colonel Colin Powys Campbell, mother of the donor, and daughter of Levi Zeigler Leiter, a pioneer Chicago merchant and associate of Marshall Field and Potter Palmer.

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