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Period clothing is an important part of that environment from how it affects a person’s movement to their overall lifestyle. According to the Arrow shirt website, in the 1820s, Hannah Montague formulated the idea to remove the collars from her husband’s shirts for ease of laundering.

Soon after, Ebenezer Brown and Hannah’s husband, Orlando Montague, began manufacturing collars in the back of Rev. There are many conflicting accounts of what happened next from various sources.

However, the fashion can still be seen today in the winged collars of British barristers and on rare occasion on the pupils of Eton College.

[3] ( accessed 28 November 2015), anonymous article by an Eton pupil, October 2008.

Collars were attached to the shirt with a set of studs, one in front and another in back.

By the 1920s, the use of detachable collars began to decline as more comfortable styles of clothing became popular.

Each week I will discuss a female garment, fashion trend or influencer from the age of photography (1840s through the 20th century).

My goal is to educate family researchers and genealogists about the clothing worn by our ancestors.

Dating photographs is an issue we all struggle with as family archivists.

Additionally, anyone who writes about their family’s history should be aware of the environment in which their ancestors lived.

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