Clothing Styles, Lima, Peru, 1748
A Creole-Lady veiled, going to Church, shows two black female servants (slaves?) with full length skirts and petticoats and turbaned heads (or head ties), accompanying an elaborately dressed European woman to church
A true and particular relation of the dreadful earthquakes: which happen'd at Lima, the capital of Peru . . .1746 (London, 1748; 2nd edition), Plate VII, following p. 259 (Copy in the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University)
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