10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LIBERTY BODICE»
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Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, McBrewster John, 2010
My Best Cellar: An Autobiography Up to the Age of Eleven - ...
Then I was put in my 'Liberty bodice'. This was like a short-sleeved thick vest
fastened up to the neck with rubber buttons. The only thing that was liberty about
it was it was too short and your willy was at liberty to be viewed by anyone.
My Spring: Royal Times and Ordinary Lives
Although schoolgirls had separate entrances to boys, the playgrounds and
classes were mixed. A teacher walked around the playground at playtimes. When
it was PE time, children got changed in the classroom. I wore a vest, a liberty
Older girls wore fawn, woollen or lisle, stockings that were also quite thick and
secured with suspenders attached to a 'liberty' bodice. The liberty bodice had
little to do with liberty but was another layer of clothing to insulate us from the cold
Living on Tick.: Tales from a Huddersfield Corner Shop ...
It was such anovelty to be allowed towear a thin party dress inlate December but
then my motherruined itall by insisting that I wear a thick, fleecy lined liberty
bodice underneath. She said I'd catch pneumonia ifI didn't. I think I'd have
Spheres of Liberty
: Changing Perceptions of Liberty
18. Liberty, a watercolor rendering by Elizabeth Fairchild (1938) of a ship's
figurehead of wood and sheet iron, probably made in Massachusetts during the
later 1860s, originally painted light gray. Following the original, Liberty's bodice,
Department of History Michael Kammen, Michael G. Kammen, 2012
Titanic Style: Dress and Fashion on the Voyage
33 An original Liberty Bodice from 1908. It is made from unbleached knitted
cotton, with strapping at the back and sides, and fastenedwith bone buttons.
Thereare more buttons aroundthe waistto attach buttonhole drawers.
First came the long vest with short sleeves, then a liberty bodice with buttons
down the front. (Why it was called a liberty bodice I will never know, for it didn't
allow much liberty of movement.) Next came the most tortuous garments of all—
The War Comes to Witham Street
I was wearing my new fleecy-lined liberty bodice, thick lisle stockings and a
chunky tweed coat that Mum had made from a pre-war one of her own.
Suspenders, attached to the bottom edge of my liberty bodice, dragged my
stockings so badly ...
Jean Grundy Fanelli, 2003
I was astonished that I was expected to undo and remove my liberty bodice
without any help. If you have ever worn such a ridiculous thing as a liberty bodice
with hundreds of little buttons down the front, you will know exactly what I mean.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LIBERTY BODICE»
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Stitches in time: The shop that's hardly changed in 114 years
“But the liberty bodice has bitten the dust. There's no-one supplying them, although there's a demand; there's nothing more comforting for an ... «Yorkshire Post, Apr 15»
Doris Lessing: another world of words
... with unplastered walls, furniture fashioned out of paraffin boxes, Doris forced to wear her hated Liberty bodice by day whilst at night she slept ... «OUPblog, Nov 14»
Bodices, boning and embonpoint! Welcome to Britain's only …
The firm is also famous for inventing the less constricting Liberty bodice, an item of clothing closer to a vest than a fully-laced corset. Julia said: ... «Express.co.uk, Aug 14»
Tulisa has shown us the true price of fame
A few spoonfuls will stave off symptoms. I drew the line at: “At my first cough my mum rubbed a raw onion on the skin under my liberty bodice.”. «Express.co.uk, Jul 14»
Eurovision 2014: Can Leicester's Molly Smitten-Downes win it for …
By the way we also have a miniature statue of Liberty, rescued from the old Liberty Bodice works, one of the many manufacturers where the city ... «The Independent, May 14»
History feature: The Symington Building
It continued to expand through the 20th century, achieving world-wide recognition for its Liberty Bodice introduced in 1908 and made in ... «Harborough Mail, Apr 14»
Artwork proposals for district council HQ
It continues at the top of the stairs, leading to the museum with a group of mosaic buttons completing a vinyl outline of a Liberty bodice. «Harborough Mail, Apr 14»
Scrapyard and Unhinged Double Bill, manipulate Festival 2014 …
... their feathered cap, wounded bird –like headgear and white costumes like sections of old Liberty bodice. To anticipating ticks and heartbeats, ... «EdinburghGuide.com, Feb 14»
Comedy show The Knicker Lady comes to Burnham-On-Sea tonight
"The Knicker Lady scrutinises, like never before, the liberty bodice, school knickers, the mighty Y-front and much much more... there isn't a brief ... «Burnham-On-Sea, Oct 13»
Museums opening doors to welcome older generation
Ruth Burwood, an adult learning officer with Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service, said a liberty bodice dating back to the 1960s would ... «Norfolk Eastern Daily Press, Oct 13»