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Cotton stockings. There is a current trend for color in sport stockings like these in pale blue which Ann Sheridan is wearing to match her culottes. These stockings are also made in pink, green and orchid. Cotton accepts dye much more readily than does silk

Cotton stockings. There is a current trend for color in sport stockings like these in pale blue which Ann Sheridan is wearing to match her culottes. These stockings are also made in pink, green and orchid. Cotton accepts dye much more readily than does silk

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01/01/1941
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United States. Office for Emergency Management.
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Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)34.09833, -118.32667
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