Remember the day when women wore furs, white gloves and hats? These women were captured on the SEMO campus sometime around 1966. I have no idea who they are or where they were heading.
I’m also confused by what the woman behind them is dragging on a leash. Maybe it’s a fur collar that got away.
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10 Replies to “Hats, Furs and Gloves”
Had the coat, hat, and gloves. Wore the heels with stockings….gasp! Thanks for taking me to a place in my memory that hasn’t been visited for a very long time!
The woman on the left looks a lot like a slightly younger version of Barbara Limbaugh that worked at Cape Toyota when we were on Broadway at the base of Perry Avenue,complete with the glasses and hairstyle.
Me too. Had the coat on the left, high heels and stockings and was quite miserable.
I’d say they were headed to a ladies luncheon featuring a fashion show usually held on Valentine’s Day.
BINGO! That must have been exactly where they were headed. There were other photos on the roll where college girls were wearing hearts. I’ll run those later. I wasn’t sure the two things were tied together.
She is pulling the car…simple as that…or her dog is very bashful about doing her or his business in public.
The object/animal on the leash looks vaguely like a bird. Does that make sense? It is surely an odd shape to be a dog or cat.
I still don’t get facebook. Maybe I don’t need to.
The woman on the right with the fur stole looks like my mother, Dixie Himmelberger. I have that fur stole to this day. I’ve emailed my sister, Donna, to see what she thinks.
I think the lady on the right might be my mother, Dixie Himmelberger. I have that fur stole to this day. My sister, Donna, doesn’t recognize the hat.