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Unlike the trust-fund matrons who lord over Harper's Bazaar today, the editors and stylists of that magazine during World War I understood quite well the vital rolls American women were needed to fill while their country was struggling to attain proper footing in a state of total war. The attached file will show you seven photographs of various accessories recommended for W.W. I women war volunteers as well as two illustrations of various practical coats for winter.

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Christmas Shopping for Women in Service (Harper's Bazaar, 1918)

Christmas Shopping for Women in Service (Harper's Bazaar, 1918)

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