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Logo for the exhibit "Make Your Mark"

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LEFT: Alcohol Bottle (1920-1925) from Luin Switzer's pharmacy.
CENTER: Perry's Cider Brandy Bottle (1935-1944).
RIGHT: Glass Liquor Bottle (1956) reads "FEDERAL LAW FORBIDS One Quart".

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Elwood Hand of Southport may have been keeping up with fashion trends by wearing the fur coat and hat in this photograph. Full-length raccoon coats became an important item for men during the 1920s, and while they were especially seen on college…

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Shawls, capes, and scarf coats were a popular choice worn over sleeveless evening gowns. This deep apricot velvet evening coat has dolman sleeves, and a dyed fox fur collar. It is sophisticated and rather high end with its reversible rust gold…

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This Georgette, heavily beaded dress, was worn by a member of the Ira Follett Warner family of Fairfield.
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