Miss Lemoine in costume, 1876

a.k.a. Canadian cosplay of the 19th century

Description of Miss Lemoine's outfit on page 2 in the "Ottawa Free Press," February 24, 1876: "Le Moine, Mrs. J. de T. (sic) Dominion of Canada; white satin skirt, gold tunic, arms of the Dominion, embroidered on its tablier, surrounded with a wreath of maple leaves; flag of the Dominion, worn as a scarf, festooned on one shoulder, with a gold beaver; cornet of gold, small British flag in the hair, earrings and ornaments." (Topley Studio Fonds / Library and Archives Canada / PA-139848)

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