2 edition of Occupational costume in England found in the catalog.
Occupational costume in England
Phillis Emily Cunnington
Bibliography: p. -403.
|Statement||[by] Phillis Cunnington & Catherine Lucas, with chapters by Alan Mansfield.|
|Contributions||Lucas, Catherine, joint author., Mansfield, A. D.|
|LC Classifications||GT730 .C88|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||427|
|LC Control Number||67111119|
British Dress History. Together they published on British dress history from the Middle Ages through the s in their five Handbooks of English Costume, their History of Underclothes, and their Dictionary of English Costume, all published between and C. W. Cunnington also published his English Women's Clothing in the Present Century in , while three of his earlier books. Reprinted sketches of William Pyne's, which were originally published c. Good for turn of the century - era. Not a costume book, but lots of good ideas and scenes! Williams-Mitchell, Christobel. Dressed for the Job, the story of occupational costume. Paulton, Bristol, Great Britain: Blanford Press, Delpierre, Madeleine.
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Phillis Emily Cunnington (1 November – 24 October ) was an English medical doctor and collector, writer and historian on costume and fashion.
She and her husband Cecil Willett Cunnington (–) worked together not only in their medical practice but also on their collection and writing. In the Cunningtons' extensive costume collection was acquired by the Manchester City. More editions of Costume of Household Servants, from the Middle Ages to Costume of Household Servants, from the Middle Ages to ISBN () Hardcover, A.
Author of Handbook of English costume in the eighteenth century, Occupational costume in England, Your book of mediaeval and Tudor costume, Costume in pictures, Charity costumes of children, scholars, almsfolk, pensioners, Costume for births, marriages & deaths, Costume of household servants, from the Middle Ages toYour book of nineteenth century costume.
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Occupation and Disease is a major contribution to the historical sociology of industrial illness."—Roy Porter, New England Journal of Medicine "This book provides students of occupational health with an important insight into the breadth and depth of these disorders and in particular emphasizes their social aspects.
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