Doris Langley Moore

Doris Langley Moore OBE (1902–1989) also known as Doris Langley-Levy Moore, was one of the first important female fashion historians. She founded the Fashion Museum, Bath, (as The Museum of Costume) in 1963. She was also a well-respected Lord Byron scholar, and author of a 1940s ballet, ''The Quest''. As a result of these wide-ranging interests, she had many connections within fashionable, intellectual, artistic and theatrical circles. Provided by Wikipedia
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...Moore, Doris Langley, 1902-1989. Fashion through plates, 1771-1970. Fashion through fashion plates...
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Published 2010
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