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LIBRARY SOURCES FOR COSTUME RESEARCH

Peacock, John. COSTUME 1066-1966. Thames and Hudson, London, 1986.


Batterberry, Michael and Ariane. FASHION: THE MIRROR OF HISTORY. Greenwich House, New York, 1977.


Ingham, Rosemary and Elizabeth Covey. THE COSTUMER’S HANDBOOK. Prentice Hall, New York.


Cunningham, Rebbecca. THE MAGIC GARMENT: PRINCIPLES OF COSTUME DESIGN. Waveland Press. Illinois.


Tom Tierney’s Paper Doll series. Published by Dover Press.


Everyday Fashion series. Also published by Dover Press.


THE WHOLE COSTUMER’S CATALOGUE, 14th ed. Published by CBTB Press.


Holkeboer, Katherine Strand. PATTERNS FOR THEATRICAL COSTUMES. Prentice Hall.


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