A. Gray wool flannel A-line jumper; jewel neckline; 4 covered button/bound buttonhole closures at each shoulder seam; sleeveless; cut on bias; straight skirt; mid-calf length. B. Ivory batiste tailored blouse; double Pan collar with bias binding; balloon sleeves, very full with 5 pearl button/hand-worked buttonhole closures at cuffs. C. Gray wool flannel tie belt; 1.5 inches wide. This item was created by Norman Norell for Traina-Norell fashion house.
White batiste needlework samples; parts of sleeves; features tucks, lace insertion, and lace ruffles in short lower sleeves.
The School Sisters of Notre Dame had a sewing workshop and produced samples of the type of work that they could do. This particular sample demonstrated techniques used for christening gowns and other things.