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I think I’ve got the site more or less back into shape. Again, thank you for your patience! Moving servers is apparently not something to be undertaken lightly. In celebration of having most of the content up and online, I think I’m going to take a nap.

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The website has been successfully transferred to the new server and I’ve recovered the blog posts, comments, and other WordPress content! Now it’s just the relatively simple task of uploading the old website links pre-WP and we are good to go! And I couldn’t have done any of this without the help of my lovely […]

I’m in Dr Lambert’s office and decided to take a stretch break after hunching over the chemise gown. There’s a museum catelog on a nearby windowsill, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza: Old Masters, so I’m flipping through it and what do I spy? Zoffany, Group Portrait with Sir Elijah and Lady Impey, detail. 1783-84. And six feet from […]

Way back in my first post, I discussed the terminology confusion surrounding the “gaulle” and the “chemise.” Back when we thought these dresses were two different things, and not simply later iterations of the chemise gown, Kendra made a lovely peach-toned gaulle. Kendra’s gown features the tight, wrist length sleeves, and the fitted back of the […]

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