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Did most pants in the late 1800s have plackets at the ankle?
Recently, while at the New York Public Library, I spotted this painting: In it, Charles Astor Bristed is, in his youth, sporting pantaloons that appear to have a placket from ankle to knee. Did ...
Oct 25 '12 at 23:43
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