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VOL37.1 2014

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FOOTNOTES 1. ÒJaycee Masquerade Is Brilliant Social Affair," Dalton (GA) Citizen, March 14, 1929. 2. Jonathan Walford, Ready to Tear: Paper Fashions of the 60s (Canada: Kickshaw Productions, 2007), 4. 3. Jeffrey Weiss, The Popular Culture of Modern Art: Picasso, Duchamp, and Avant-Gardism, c. 1909-17 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1994), 18. 4. See for example, Fancy Dress Ball at the Brookwood Surrey Lunatic Asylum, London Illustrated News, January 22, 1881. 5. ÒMrs. ButtersÕ Press Dress," Treasures & Curios, State Library of Victoria website, http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/our-collections/treasures-curios/mrsbutters-press-dress. 6. Walford, 6-7. 7. Mrs. Herbert B. Linscott, The Social Hour, Volume 5 of Foundation Stones of Success, ed. Edwin Markham (Chicago: Howard-Severance Company, 1917), 197-202. 8. ÒDelight Your Guests with New Party Stunts," Lockport (NY) Union-Sun and Journal, November 21, 1938. 9. ÒNewspaper Costume Wins a Prize," Sun and New York Herald, September 19, 1920. 10. ÒFront Street Has Style of Its Own; Newspaper Dress in Vogue," Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle, July 29, 1922. 11. Richard Martin, Wordrobe, exh. cat. (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1997), n.p. Available online in the Metropolitan Museum Publications collection: http://cdm16028.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/ p15324coll10/id/62042. 12. ÒLawn and Water Festival," New York Sun, May 22, 1910. 13. ÒWins First Prize at Fancy Dress Ball," Pelham (NY) Sun, September 9, 1927. 14. Kansas Historical Society, ÒCool ThingsÑNewspaper Dress," November 1997, modified March 2013, Kansapedia, Kansas Historical Society website, http://www.kshs.org/kansapedia/cool-things-newspaper-dress/10122. 15. Gertrude ÒTut" McFarland (niece of Martha Lin Manly Hogshead), telephone conversation with author, August 2, 2013. 16. Walford, 26. 17. ÒDress Fits Her Job," Laural (MS) Leader-Call, July 23, 1968, and J. R. Gonzales, ÒAll the News ThatÕs Fit to Wear," June 15, 2008, Bayou City Blog, Houston Chronicle website, http://blog.chron.com/bayoucityhistory/2008/06/all-the-news-thats-fit-to-wear/. 18. Mary Good, ÒWaste Basket Boutique, Who Wants a Paper Dolly?," Chicago Daily Herald, August 9, 1967. 19. ÒMills Pack 84 Gives Honors," Clinton (NY) Courier, February 29, 1968. 20. ÒPaper Caper," Albany (NY) Knickerbocker News, April 7, 1968. 21. ÒCover Close Up: Miss TV Week," Bakersfield Californian, January 4, 1969. 22. Martin, n.p., and ÒNewsprint Fashion," January 21, 2011, FIDM Museum Blog, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Los Angeles, California, http://blog.fidmmuseum.org/museum/2011/01/newsprint-fashion.html. 23. Martin, n.p. 24. Frank Hogshead (son of Martha Lin Manly Hogshead), telephone conversation with author, May 31, 2013. 41 ORNAMENT 35.3.2012 becomes advertising; headlines become graphic art."23 Throughout its history, newspaper fashion has been a remarkable chronicler of its era, stylishly uniting current headlines and hemlines. Martha Lin Manly may have worn her dress again to a newspaper press association meeting, but it quickly was relegated to the back of the closet. The daughter of a successful jailworks manufacturer, Manly maintained an active social schedule throughout the Depression and continued working as society editor until she married in 1939. After she died, her son found the petite dress and stored it for about twenty years before donating it to the Dalton Daily Citizen, which placed it in the Historic Clothing and Textile Collection at the University of Georgia.24

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