Palethorpe, Arthur, fl 1870s:Clara - Oh, here's Miss Smith coming along; shall we speak to her? Amelia - No. dear! Mama says she can't be a lady, because she wears a stuff dress. The New Zealand Punch, September 13, 1879.
Reference Number: H-692-003
Two young woemen resting during a walk in the New Zealand countryside demonstrate the snobbery of social niceties.
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Palethorpe, Arthur, fl 1870s:Clara - Oh, here's Miss Smith coming along; shall we speak to her? Amelia - No. dear! Mama says she can't be a lady, because she wears a stuff dress. The New Zealand Punch, September 13, 1879., Reference Number H-692-003 (1 digitised items)
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