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Wool, velvet

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Silk, lace

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Cotton, lace

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Wool

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Mary Cummings Eudy brought her creativity to every aspect of ashion, even designing jewelry to accompany her dresses. She drew detailed sketches to show her out-of-town clients, storing them in leather design books that were updated each spring and…

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Many local dressmakers served clients beyond Louisville. Mary Cummings Eudy preferred out-out-town business and had sales representatives in many cities. Eudy's most famous patron was Sara Delano Roosevelt, mother of President Franklin Delano…
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