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Name TRULSON, Emma HAUGEN

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Image of 2010.009.037.003 - Hat

2010.009.037.003 - Hat

Tatted ivory baby christening hat. Worn by Harold Trulson. Appears to be handmade by probably Emma Trulson

Image of 2010.009.032 - Pillowcase

2010.009.032 - Pillowcase

White pillow case with ruffle around 3 sides. Bottom of ruffle has tatting which can also be found across the case in a "stripe" 13" x 3.5". Case was handmade by Emma Trulson, for her son Harold Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.033 - Pillowcase

2010.009.033 - Pillowcase

White pillow case with scalloped edging on 2 sides. Edge of scallops are machine embroidered; across face are embroidered flowers and leaves.

Image of 2010.009.034 - Scarf, Bureau

2010.009.034 - Scarf, Bureau

Hand embroidered dresser/table scarf. Has flowers in red, blue and yellow. light blue ribbon holds 7 flowers together (x2) total of 18 flowers. Embroidery by Emma Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.035 - Scarf, Bureau

2010.009.035 - Scarf, Bureau

Hand embroidered dresser/table scarf. Has yellow and blud flowers in a purple basket (x2). Embroidery by Emma Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.036 - Doily

2010.009.036 - Doily

Tatted 6" doily of ivory thread. Has a windmill form in the center and 13 scallops around the outside edge. In the center of each scallop is a 3-D flower. Belonged to Emma Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.037.001 - Gown, Baptismal

2010.009.037.001 - Gown, Baptismal

Handmade christening/baptismal gown. Ornate hand embroidered and tatted on skit of gown. Two tiny buttons with buttonholes at upper bodice back for closure. Brown staining on upper left front bodice and left shoulder back. neckline has been taken in for smaller fit. Perhaps this down was worn by more than one baby other than Harold Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.037.002 - Bloomers

2010.009.037.002 - Bloomers

Handmade bloomers to go with the christening/baptismal gown (2010.009.037.001). Hand tatted lace on hem of each leg. waistline has 6 total buttonholes for attachment; possibly there was a ribbon woven through the holes to tie around the baby's waist. Perhaps these bloomers were worn by more than one baby other than Harold Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.038 - Shorts

2010.009.038 - Shorts

Handmade black and white houndstooth child's shorts. Four verticle buttonholes in waist, front and back to attach to a shirt or perhaps weave a ribbon or tie through to hold shorts up. Machine stitched except buttonholes are hand stitched. Made by Emma Trulson for her son, Harold Trulson.

Image of 2010.009.041 - Skirt

2010.009.041 - Skirt

Black Organza bustle skirt . Vertical pin tucking in groups of 8 rows around skirt, waist to hem. Three ruffles on the bottom of the skirt with a heavy fabric at hemline to hold skirt down over bustle support. Skirt belonged to Emma Trulson. In 1900 she would have been 19 and when the bustle went out of style in 1905 she would have been 24 years of age. 1889–1905 The bustle then survived into the 1890s and early 20th century as a skirt support was still needed and the stylish shape dictated a curve in the back of the skirt to balance the curve of the bust in front. The bustle had completely disappeared by 1905, as the long corset of the early 20th century was now successful in shapin

Image of 2010.009.042 - Sash

2010.009.042 - Sash

Ivory colored sash from wedding dress worn by Emma Haugen when she married Herman L. Trulson c.1906. It is 7" wide, goes around the waist to the back and is attached by 2 hook-and-eyes to form a bow with long tails of 37.5" each. goes with 2010.043, .044 and.045.

Image of 2010.009.043 - Slip

2010.009.043 - Slip

Ivory colored slip from wedding ensemble worn by Emma Haugen (age 25c.) when she married Herman L. Trulson (age 25c.), c.1906. Material is semi-opaque; 4 ruffles at the bottom; front hem is shorter than the back hem probably for a bustle or a train. Over-skirt is 2010.009.042; bodice 2010.009.045 and sash is 2010.009.042.

Image of 2010.009.044 - Skirt

2010.009.044 - Skirt

Ivory colored over skirt from wedding ensemble worn by Emma Haugen (age 25c.) when she married Herman L. Trulson (age 25c.), c.1906. Material is translucent; 3 1"-wide bands at the bottom which are 3" apart; front hem is shorter than the back hem as a train. Eight artificial white flowers with yellow centers are attached to front of skirt in lower half. There are 2 eye (as in hook-and-eye) for the bodice to attach to the skirt. Slip is 2010.009.043; bodice 2010.009.045 and sash is 2010.009.042.

Image of 2010.009.045 - Bodice

2010.009.045 - Bodice

Ivory colored over bodice from wedding ensemble worn by Emma Haugen (age 25c.) when she married Herman L. Trulson (age 25c.), c.1906. Material is translucent; has a high neckline, with bodice having pin-tucking, lace and a large, full ruffle on top half of bodice. sleeves go to about the elbow, ending in a ruffle from 3" inside the arm to 7" on the outside of the arm.. There are 2 hooks (as in hook-and-eye) at the gathered waistline for the bodice to attach to the skirt. Back is closed with 5 hook-and-eyes. Slip is 2010.009.043; bodice 2010.009.045 and sash is 2010.009.042.

Image of 2010.009.016 - TRULSON, Harold Jr, Emma, Elna, Harold Sr.

2010.009.016 - TRULSON, Harold Jr, Emma, Elna, Harold Sr.

Trulson family portrait. Harold, Emma Haugen Trulson, Elna and Herman Trulson