: Underside and side view of light gray quadrafoils and rib brocade silk straight slippers tied with a 2 cm light gray ribbon. The shoes have a small 4 cm gray ribbon rosette on the toes and the lining is muslin with buckram on the insoles. They were worn by Eliza Dana Fearing to accompany her infare dress following her marriage to Henry Fearing in 1824. An infare is a house-warming, reception or party given by a newly married couple, or by the husband upon receiving the wife to his house. From Marietta, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL04878 Subjects
: Women--Ohio; Cultural Ohio--Popular Culture; Women's shoes; Clothing & dress; Wedding costume; Weddings Places
: Marietta (Ohio); Washington County (Ohio)