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view Arnold, Alice MoC Given by Mrs Rita Todd 1954-12-31 1954-01-01 ca.1954 (made) Baby's smocked and embroidered romper suit; British, ca.1954 Length: 49.5 cm centre back, crotch unfastened Museum of Childhood, Babies Gallery Romper suits first came into use for babies in America in about 1910, but were not readily... Worn by Phillip Chapple (born 1953), the son of David Chapple and his wife Margaret Joan (née... 12481 2014-08-29T20:06:38.000Z 2014-08-29T20:06:38.000Z 52.556709 Museum of Childhood, Babies Gallery, case 13 -1.80058 brushed cotton, embroidery silks Brushed cotton, machine stitched, with hand-worked smocking and embroidery B.332-1998 b3321998 O9946 Baby's romper suit 1 Baby's romper suit of celadon green brushed cotton woven in a herringbone pattern. The garment... Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, UK Reason For Production: Private Unique 2 MOC babys-romper-suit-arnold-alice 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z hand embroidery, hand smocking, machine stitched 1954 1954 view