Sleeve Plumpers: (A/B) Women's sleeve supporters of puce green glazed cotton with down stuffing; one inch wide self-fabric band at top and bottom; supports are gathered into bands; three button holes in black thread at top band; single row of top stitching in black thread just below top band.
Date: c. 1835
Corset: Corset of cream-colored cotton; straight wide neckline; shoulder straps slightly off-the-shoulder and set more widely at reverse than front; two quilted channels down center front spaced one and three-quarter inches apart for busk insertion; gore over each bust with chevron quilted channel pattern; six diagonal channels at either side of waist; four quilted channels descend diagonally from each reverse shoulder strap to center back; center back lace-up closure with ivory grommets placed between quilted channels; closure is bowed; corset slightly flared over hips; lining of cotton; slit for busk at bust in interior.
Label: "Harriett A. S [illegible]ton" handwritten in black ink below proper right bust
Chemise: White linen chemise; overall T-shape; drawstring at neckline; short sleeves; gussets underarms; "M L" embroidered cross-stitch in red at center front neckline; bias facing inside neckline for drawstring; flat felled seams; hem finished by selvage edge.
Petticoat: Petticoat of white cotton with tucks and cording; self-fabric waistband with ties closes at center front; one-half inch wide tucks encircle entire skirt; some tucks are corded; five tucks at upper portion of skirt are corded only at reverse which creates undulating effect; remainder of skirt with tucks that alternate between corded and un-corded at unequal intervals; single two-and-three-quarter inch width tuck at hip level.
Date: c. 1835