Title"Genealogy of a Village: 19th Century Frontenac, Minnesota";Iron-On Transfers of Children's Designs, Shakopee, 1965
9.5 in. H x 6.5 in. W Item (Overall)
DescriptionHat of the Nurse's Corps Summer Uniform worn by Elayne Schluter during WWII.
Book: "Genealogy of a Village: 19th Century Frontenac, Minnesota" by Lorry Wendland
Iron-on tranfers of childrens designs. The packaging is a white envelope printed in black and orange. The front of the envelope shows an orange swirl with an iron and various different patterns. Printed on the back of the envelope are use instructions. The iron-ons consist of five paper sheets with various designs including bears, clowns, horses, cows, turkeys, scarecrows, windmills, birds, ducks, lambs, rabbits, circus characters, candy canes, drums, cats, Jack and Jill, Red Riding Hood and a wolf. Used by Ione Theis in Shakopee.
Related People and Organizations
Schluter, Elayne (Lilienthal) "Mrs. Dean Schluter"