Corset/Bibliography/Old English

New English

BooksEdit

AEdit

  • Abraham, Karl. "Remarks on the Psycho-Analysis of a Case of Foot and Corset Fetishism" [1910]. In Selected Papers of Karl Abraham, ed. and trans. Douglas Bryan and Alix Strachey. New York: Basic Books, 1960.
  • Adami, J. G., and C. S. Roy. "The Physiological Bearing of Waist-Belts and Stays." The National Review 12, November 1888, 341-9.
  • Anonymous. Beauty: Its Attainment and Preservation. New York: Butterick, 1890.
  • Anonymous. "The Confessions of a Tight-Lacer." Tit-Bits, October 27, 1894.
  • Anonymous. "The Corset." Fortune, March 1938, 95-9, 110-14.
  • Anonymous. "Corsets and Corpulence." London Society, October 1869.
  • Anonymous. "Distortion by Tight-Lacing." In Chambers Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts, vol. 10. Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers, 1846.
  • Anonymous. Dress, Health, and Beauty. London: Ward, Lock & Co., 1878.
  • Anonymous. "The History of the Corset." The Queen, December 5, 1863.
  • Anonymous. "The Philosophy of Tight-Lacing." The Saturday Review, December 17, 1887.
  • Anonymous. "Remarkable Case of Displacement of an Enlarged Liver from Tight Lacing:" The Lancet, January 5, 1861.
  • Anonymous. "The Sin and Scandal of Tight-Lacing." The Gentlewoman, December 10, 1892 to March 18, 1893.
  • Anonymous. "Tight Dressing - Corsets." The Mother's Book, August 1838, 170.
  • Anstruther, Elizabeth. The Complete Beauty Book. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1906.

BEdit

  • Ballin, Ada S. The Science of Dress in Theory and Practice. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1885.
  • Ballin, Ada S. "Tight-Lacing:" Womanhood, April 1903.
  • Betts, Helen L., M.D. "Dress of Women in Its Relation to the Etiology and Treatment of Pelvic Disease:" Journal of the American Medical Association x, no. 17 (1888), 509-13.
  • Bulwer, John. Anthropometamorphosis: Man Transformed: The Artificial Changeling, Historically Presented, in the Mad and Cruell Gallantry, Foolish Bravery, Ridiculous Beauty, Filthy Finenesse, and Loathsome Loveliness of Most Nations, Fashioning and Altering Their Bodies from the Mould Intended by Nature; with Figures of Those Transformations ... London: William Hunt, 1653.

CEdit

  • Cannaday, Charles, M.D. "The Relation of Tight Lacing to Uterine Development and Pelvic Disease." American Gynecological and Obstetrical journal S (1895), 632-40.
  • Caplin, Mme Roxey A. Health and Beauty, or Corsets and Clothing Constructed in Accordance with the Physiological Laws of the Human Body. London: Darton & Co., n.d. [1854].
  • Childs, G. B., Esq. On the Improvement and Preservation of the Female Figure: With a New Mode of Treatment of Lateral Curvature of the Spine. London: Harvey and Darton, 1840.

DEdit

EEdit

  • E. Ward & Co. The Dress Reform Problem: A Chapter for Women. London and Bradford: Hamilton, Adams & Co.; John Dale & Co., 1886.
  • E.D.M. Figure-Training, or, Art the Handmaid of Nature. London: Ward, Lock and Tyler, 1871.
  • Ecob, Helen Gilbert. The Well-Dressed Woman: A Study in the Practical Application to Dress of the Laws of Health, Art, and Morals. New York: Fowler and Wells, 1893.
  • Entwhistle, Joan. The Fashioned Body: Fashion, Dress, and Modern Social Theory. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2000.

FEdit

  • Farrell-Beck, Jane, Laura Poresky, Jennifer Paff, and Cassandra Moon. "Brassieres and Women's Health from 1863 to 1940." Clothing and Textiles Research Journal 16, no. 3 (1998), 105-15.
  • Farrer, Peter. "Adcock's Riding Belt." Journal of the Northern Society of Costume and Textiles 3 (Spring, 1999. 3-4.
  • Feydeau, Ernest Aime. The Art of Pleasing. Trans. Marie Courcelles. New York: G. W. Carlton & Co., 1874.
  • Finck, Henry T. Romantic Love and Personal Beauty. New York and London: Macmillan, [1887] 1912.
  • Fletcher, Ella. The Woman Beautiful. New York: Brentano, 1900.
  • Flower, William Henry. Fashion in Deformity, as Illustrated in the Customs of Barbarous & Civilised Races. London: Macmillan, 1881.
  • Fogarty, Ann. Wife-Dressing: The Fine Art of Being a Well-Dressed Wife. New York: Julian Messer, 1959.
  • Fowler, Orson S. Amativeness; or, Evils and Remedies of Excessive and Perverted Sexuality; Including Warning and Advice to the Married and Single. New York: O. S. & L. N. Fowler & S. R. Wells, 1846. Repr. Manchester: John Heywood, n.d. [c. 1897].
  • Fowler, Orson S. Intemperance and Tight-Lacing: Founded on the Laws of Life, as Developed by Phrenology and Physiology. New York: O. S. & L. N. Fowler & S. R. Wells, 1846. Repr. Manchester: John Heywood, n.d. [c. 1899].
  • Fowler, Orson S. Tight-Lacing, Founded on Physiology and Phrenology: Or, the Evils Inflicted on Mind and Body, by Compressing the Organs of Animal Life, Thereby Retarding and Enfeebling the Vital Functions. New York: O. S: & L. N. Fowler & S. R. Wells, 1846.

GEdit

  • Gâches-Sarraute, Mme. Inez. Le Corset: Etude physiologique et pratique. Paris: Librairie de l'Académie de Medicine, 1900.
  • Galbraith, Anna M., M.D. Hygiene and Physical Culture for Women. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1895.
  • Gamman, Lorraine, and Merja Makinen. Female Fetishism. New York University Press, 1994.
  • Garb, Tamar. Bodies of Modernity: Figure and Flesh in Fin-De-Siècle France. London: Thames & Hudson, 1998.
  • Garsault, FranCois Alexandre de. Art du tailleur. Paris: Académie des Sciences, 1769.
  • Gau, Colleen Ruby. "Historical Medical Perspectives of Corseting and Two Physiological Studies with Reenactors." Ph.D. diss., Iowa State University, 1998.
  • Gay, Peter. The Bourgeois Experience: Victoria to Freud, vol. I: The Education of the Senses. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984.
  • Gifford, Louise. The Joy of Looking Slim. New York: Newman & Sons, 1926.
  • Gilman, Sander. Making the Body Beautiful: A Cultural History of Aesthetic Surgery. Princeton University Press, 1999.
  • Ginsburg, Madeleine. "The Tailoring and Dressmaking Trades, 1700-1850." Costume 6 (1972), 64-71.
  • Godfrey June, Jean. "Waist Land." Vogue (August, 2000), 246-9.

HEdit

New English books: H

  • H. W. Gossard Co. Corsets from a Surgical Standpoint. Chicago: H. W. Gossard Co., n.d. [c. 1910].
  • Haller, John S., and Robin M. Haller. The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1974.
  • Hamby, Wallace B., ed. The Case Reports and Autopsy Records of Ambroise Pare. Springfield, Mass: Charles C. Thomas, 1960.
  • Harlan, Marion. Eve's Daughters: Common Sense for Maid, Wife and Mother. New York: Anderson & Allen, 1882.
  • Harty, H. R., D. R. Cornfield, R. M. Schwartzsteain, and L. Adams. "External Thoracic Restriction, Respiratory Sensation, and Ventilation During Exercise in Men." Journal of Applied Physiology 4 (April, 1999), 1142-50.
  • Haweis, Mrs. Eliza. The Art of Beauty. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1878. Repr. in one vol. with The Art of Dress, New York: Garland, 1978.
  • The Art of Dress. London: Chatto & Windus, 1879. Repr. in one vol. with The Art of Beauty, New York: Garland, 1978.
  • Houze, Rebecca. "Fashionable Reform Dress and the Invention of `Style' in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna." Fashion Theory 4, no. 4 (2000), 1-20.

JEdit

  • Jaeger, Gustav, M.D. Selections from Essays on Health Culture and the Sanitary Woolen System. London: Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen System, 1884.
  • Jones, Stephanie. "Strictly Fashionable: A Strait-Laced Look at Corsetry." Skin Two 9 (1989), 45-7.

KEdit

  • Kayne, Madame. The Corset in the Nineteenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Brighton: Greenfields, n.d. [c. I932].
  • Kenealy, Dr. Arabella. "The Curse of Corsets." The Nineteenth Century and After, January 1904, 131-7.
  • Kern, Stephen. Anatomy and Destiny: A Cultural History of the Human Body. Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1975.
  • King, Mrs. E. M. Rational Dress, or, the Dress of Women and Savages. London: Kegan, Paul, Trench & Co., 1882.
  • Krafft-Ebing, Dr. Richard von. Psychopathia Sexualis, with Especial Reference to the Antipathic Sexual Instinct: A Medico-Forensic Study. Trans. F J. Rebman from the 12th Ger. (1886) ed. Brooklyn, New York: Physicians and Surgeons Book Co., 1926, 1934.
  • Kunzle, David. "The Corset as Erotic Alchemy: From Rococo Galanterie to Montaut's Physiologies." In Woman as Sex Object: Erotic Art, 1730-1970, ed. Thomas Hess and Linda Nochlin. New York: Art News Annual, 3 8, 1972.
  • Kunzle, David. "Dress Reform as Antifeminism: A Response to Helene E. Roberts's `the Exquisite Slave'." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 2 (Spring, 1977), 570-79.
  • Kunzle, David. Fashion and Fetishism: A Social History of the Corset, Tight-Lacing, and Other Forms of Body Sculpture in the West. Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield, 1982.
  • Kyoto Costume Institute. Visions of the Body: Fashion or Invisible Corset. Kyoto Costume Institute, n.d. [2000].

LEdit

  • Ladies' Sanitary Association. Wasps Have Stings; or, Beware of Tight-Lacing. London: Ladies' Sanitary Association and John Morgan, n.d.
  • Liddell Hart, Sir Basil. "Scrapbooks." Liverpool John Moores University Learning and Information Services, Special Collections.
  • Limner, Luke [John Leighton]. Madre Natura Versus the Moloch of Fashion. London: Chatto & Windus, 1874.

MEdit

New English: M

  • Machray, Robert. "Fashions in Waists." The Lady's Realm, December 1902.
  • Maciet Collection, "Scrapbooks." Paris: Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs. Unpublished archive.
  • Mactaggart, Peter, and R. Ann Mactaggart. "Ease, Convenience and Stays, 1750-1850." Costume 13 (1979), 41-51.
  • Peter and R. Ann Mactaggart, "Half a Century of Corset Making: Mrs. Turner's Recollections." Costume 11 (1977). p. 123. Quoted in ihid, p. 126
  • Mactaggart, Peter. "Half a Century of Corset Making: Mrs. Turner's Recollections." Costume 11 (1977), 123-32.
  • Mactaggart, Peter. "Some Aspects of the Use of Non-Fashionable Stays." In Strata of Society Costume Society Conference, 20-28. London: Costume Society, 1973.
  • Manley, T. H., M.D. "The Corset: Its Use and Abuse with Tight-Lacing." The Virginia Semi-Monthly, September 9, 1898, 302-6.
  • Martin, Peter. Wasp Waists: A Study of Tight-Lacing in the 19th Century and Its Motives. London: Published by the author, 1977.
  • Martin, Richard, and Harold Koda. Infra-Apparel. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1993.
  • Mason, Michael. The Making of Victorian Sexuality. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. ISBN 0198122470
  • Maynard, Elise. "Fatal Corsets, or the Perils of Tight-Lacing." Womanhood, April 1903.
  • Melzer, Sara E., and Kathryn Norberg, eds. From the Royal to the Republican Body. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1998.
  • Moers, Ellen. The Dandy. New York: Viking, 1960.
  • Montaigne, Michael de. The Complete Works of Montaigne. Trans. Donald M. Frame. Stanford University Press, 1948.
  • Morris, Bernadine. "A History of Discomforts, Told by Corsets." The New York Times, October 1, 1980.

NEdit

  • Nead, Lynda. The Female Nude: Art, Obscenity, and Sexuality. London and New York: Routledge, 1992.
  • Nye, Robert. Masculinity and Male Codes of Honor in Modern France. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1993.

OEdit

  • O'Followell, Dr. Ludovic. Le Corset. Etude historique: His toire-médecine-hygiène. Preface by Paul Ginisty. 2 vols. Paris: A. Malosne, 1905, 1908.

PEdit

  • Pacteau, Francette. The Symptom of Beauty. London: Reaktion Books, 1994.
  • Page, Christopher. Foundations of Fashion: The Symington Collection: Corsetry from 1856 to the Present Day. Leicester: Leicestershire Museums, 1981.
  • Parey [Pare], Ambroise. The Work of That Famous Chirurgian Ambroise * Parey. Trans. by Thomas Johnson. London: Richard Cotes, 1649.
  • Pellegrin, Nicole. Les Vêtements de la liberté. Paris: Alinea, 1989.
  • Perrot, Philippe. Fashioning the Bourgeoisie: A History of Clothing in the Nineteenth Century. Trans. Richard Bienvenu. Princeton University Press, 1994. Originally published as Les Dessus et les dessous de la bourgeoisie: Une histoire du vêtement au XIXe siècle. Paris: Arthème Fayard, I 98 I . La Travail des apparences, ou les transformations du corps féminin X VIIIe-XIXe siècles. Paris: Seuil, 1984.
  • Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. What to Wear? Boston: James R. Osgood, 1873.
  • Pictorial History of the Corset. Vol. 1: The Early Period; Vol. 2: From 1880 to 1914; Vol. 3 : From 1915 to 1929. Brooklyn Museum Art Library. Unpublished archive.
  • Pointon, Marcia. Naked Authority: The Body in Western Painting, 1830-1908. Cambridge University Press, 1990.
  • Porter, Roy, and Lesley Hall. The Facts of Life: The Creation of Sexual Knowledge in Britain, 1650-1950. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995.
  • Pritchard, Mrs. Eric. The Cult of Chiffon. London: Grant Richards, 1902.

REdit

  • Rabelais. The History of Gargantua and Pantagruel. Trans. J. M. Cohen. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1969.
  • Rational Dress Association. The Exhibition of the Rational Dress Association: Catalogue of Exhibits and Lists of Contributors. London: Rational Dress Association, 1883.
  • Raverat, Gwen. Period Piece: A Cambridge Childhood. London: Faber and Faber, 1952.
  • Ray, Constance. "The Corset and the Form Divine." Chicago Sunday Tribune, December 18, 1932, 6.
  • Reade, Charles. A Simpleton. Boston: Dana Estes, n.d. [c. 1873].
  • Ribeiro, Aileen. The Art of Dress: Fashion in England and France, 1750-1820. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995.
  • Ribeiro, Aileen. Dress and Morality. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1986.
  • Ribeiro, Aileen. Dress in Eighteenth Century Europe, 1715-1789. London: Batsford, 1984.
  • Ribeiro, Aileen. Fashion in the French Revolution. London: Batsford, 1988.
  • Riegel, Robert. "Women's Clothes and Women's Rights." American Quarterly 15 (Fall, 1963), 397.
  • "Rita." Vanity! The Confessions of a Court Modiste. London: T. Fischer Unwin, 1901.
  • Rittenhouse, Anne. The Well-Dressed Woman. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1924.
  • Roberts, Helene E. "The Exquisite Slave: The Role of Clothes in the Making of the Victorian Woman." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 2 (Spring, 1977), S S4-69.
  • Roberts, Helene E. "Reply to David Kunzle's `Dress Reform as Antifeminism'." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 3 (Winter, 1978), 519-20.
  • Roberts, Mary Louise. Civilization Without Sexes: Reconstructing Gender in Postwar France, 1917-1927. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1994.
  • Roche, Daniel. The Culture of Clothing: Dress and Fashion in the Ancien Regime. Trans. by Jean Birrell. Cambridge University Press, 1994.
  • Roux, Charles. Contre le corset. Paris: E. Brière, 1855.

SEdit

  • Santé, Madame de la. The Corset Defended. London: T. E. Carler, 1865.
  • Schultze-Naumberg, Paul: Die Kultur des weiblichen Körpers als Grundlage der Frauenkleidung. Jena, 1901.
  • Schwartz, Gerhard S., M.D. "Society, Physicians, and the Corset." Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 55, no. 6 (June, 1979), 551-90.
  • Seeker, Miss. Monographie du corset. Louvain: Imprimerie Lefevre, frères et soeur, 1887.
  • Severa, Joan. Dressed for the Photographer: Ordinary Americans and Fashion, 1540-1900. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1995.
  • Shep, R. L. Corsets: A Visual History. Mendocino, Calif.: R. L. Shep, 1993.
  • Sibson, Francis. On the Mechanism of Respiration. London: R. & J. E. Taylor, 1846.
  • Sigourney, Mrs. L. H. "On Health - to Mothers." The Mother's Book, August 1838, 189.
  • Simon, Marie. Les Dessous: Les Carnets de la mode. Paris: Chêne-Hachette, 1998.
  • Singer, Sydney Ross, and Soma Grismaijer. Dressed to Kill: The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras. Garden City, N.Y : Avery, 1995.
  • Singh, Devendra. "Adaptive Significance of Female Physical Attractiveness: Role of Waist-to-Hip Ratio." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 65, no. 2 (1993), 293-307.
  • Singh, Devendra and Suwardi Luis. "Ethnic and Gender Consensus for the Effect of Waist-to-Hip Ratio on judgement of Women's Attractiveness." Human Nature 6, no. I (1995), 51-65.
  • Singh, Devendra and Robert K. Young. "Body Weight, Waist-to-Hip Ratio, Breasts, and Hips: Role in Judgements of Female Attractiveness and Desireability for Relationships:" Ethnology and Sociobiology 16 (1995), 483-507.
  • Smith, Hugh, M.D. Letters to Married Ladies, to Which Is Added a Letter on Corsets, by an American Physician. New York: E. Bliss and E. White, 1827.
  • Smith, W. Wilberforce, M.D. "Corset Wearing: The Medical Side of the Attack." Aglaia, July, 1893, 7, and Spring, 1894, 31-5.
  • Smith, W. Wilberforce, M.D. "On the Alleged Differences between Male and Female Respiratory Movements." British Medical Journal (October 11, 1890).
  • Soemmerring, Samuel Thomas von. Über die Wirkungen der Schnürbruste. Berlin, 1793.
  • Sorge, Lynn. "Eighteenth-Century Stays: Their Origins and Creators." Costume 32 (1998), 18-32.
  • Stables, Gordon, M.D. The Girl's Own Book of Health and Beauty. London: Jarrold, 1892.
  • Stanton, Domna. The Aristocrat as Art: A Study of the Honnête Homme and the Dandy in Seventeenth- and Nineteenth-Century French Literature. New York: Columbia University Press, 1980.
  • Steele, Frances Mary, and Elizabeth Livingston Steele Adams. Beauty of Form and Grace of Vesture. London: B. F Stevens, 1892.
  • Steele, Valerie. Fashion and Eroticism: Ideals of Feminine Beauty from the Victorian Era to the jazz Age. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. 1996.
  • Steele, Valerie. Fetish: Fashion, Sex, and Power. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press,
  • Steele, Valerie. "Le Corset: A Material Culture Analysis of a Deluxe French Book." Yale Journal of Criticism 11, no. 1 (1998), 29--38.
  • Stewart, Mary Lynn. For Health and Beauty: Physical Culture for Frenchwomen, 1880s-1930s. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.
  • Stratz, Christian. Die Frauenkleidung und ihre naturliche Entwicklung. Stuttgart, 1900.
  • Summers, Leigh. "The Sexual Politics of Corsetry, 1850-1900." Ph.d. diss., University of Melbourne, I999.

TEdit

  • Taliaferro, V H. "The Corset in Its Relations to Uterine Disease." Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal 10 (1873), 683-93.
  • Tillotson, Mary E. Progress Versus Fashion. Vineland, New Jersey, 1873.
  • Tramar, La Comtesse de [Marie-Fanny de Lagarrigue, Baronne d'Ysarn de Capdeville, Marquise de Villefort] . Le Bréviaire de la femme: Pratiques secretes de la beauté. Paris: Victor Havard, 1903.
  • Treves, Frederick, F.R.C.S. The Dress of the Period in Its Relation to Health. London: Allman & Son, for the National Health Society, n.d. [1882].

UEdit

  • Uzanne, Octave. L'Art et les art ifices de la beauté. Paris: F Juven, 1902.

VEdit

  • Valverde, Mariana. "The Love of Finery: Fashion and the Fallen Woman in the Nineteenth-Century Social Discourse." Victorian Studies (Winter, 1989), 169-89.
  • Vigarello, Georges. "The Upward Training of the Body from the Age of Chivalry to Courtly Civility." In Fragments for a History of the Human Body, Part Two. Zone 4, ed. Michel Feher with Ramona Naddaff and Nadia Tazi. New York: Urzone, 1989.
  • Viterbo, Georges. "Corset et féminisme: " Les Dessous Elégants, September 1904, 155-6.
  • Viterbo, Georges. "Les Corset-ceintures pour hommes." Les Dessous Elégants, August 1904, 138-9.

WEdit

  • W. B. L. [William Barry Lord]. The Corset and the Crinoline. London: Ward, Lock and Tyler, n.d. [1868]. Repr. as The Freaks of Fashion. London: Ward, Lock and Tyler, 1871.
  • Walker, Mrs. A. Female Beauty, as Preserved and Improved by Regimen, Cleanliness and Dress. London: Thomas Hust, 1837.
  • Waugh, Norah. Corsets and Crinolines. London: Batsford, 1954-
  • Welch, Margaret. "Corsets Past and Present." Harper's Bazaar, September 1901, 450-54.
  • Witkowski, Dr. G. J. Anecdotes historiques et réligieuses sur les seins et l'aillaitement comprenant l'histoire du décolletage et du corset. Paris: A. Maloine, 1889.
  • Wood-Allen, Mrs. Mary, M.D. What a Young Woman Ought to Know. New rev ed. Self and Sex Series. Philadelphia: Vir Publishing, [1899] 1913 -
  • Woolson, Abba Gould, ed. Dress Reform: A Series of Lectures Delivered in Boston, on Dress as It Affects the Health of Women. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1874.

YEdit

ZEdit

  • Zilliacus, Benedict. The Corset. Trans. Fred A. Brewster. Helsinki: Frencskellska Try Okeri Ab, 1963. ASIN B0007JY0HS

PeriodicalsEdit

  • The Corset and Underwear Review
  • Les Dessous Eléegants
  • Englishwomen's Domestic Magazine
  • The Family Doctor
    • Hygeia. "Does Tight-Lacing Really Exist?" The Family Doctor, September 3, 1887.
    • "Tight-Lacing in Brighton and Parisian Schools." The Family Doctor, December 24, 1887.
  • Figaro-Modes
  • The Gentlewoman
  • Harper's Bazaar
  • Harper's and Queen
  • journal des Dames et des Modes
  • The Lady's Magazine
  • The Lady's Realm
  • The Lancet
    • Anonymous. "Tight-Lacing Again." The Lancet, January 10, 1880, 75.
    • Anonymous. "Tight-Lacing." The Lancet, June 6, 1868, 729-30.
    • Anonymous. "Tight-Lacing." The Lancet, May 28, 1881, 877.
    • Anonymous. "Corsets and Tight Lacing:" The Lancet, June 25, 1887.
    • Anonymous. "Death from Tight Lacing." The Lancet, May 23, 1869, 675.
    • Anonymous. "The Effects of Tight Clothing." The Lancet, August 3, 1889, 23
  • Life
  • Punch
  • The Queen
  • Rational Dress Society's Gazette
  • Society
  • Sylvia's Home Journal
  • La Vie Parisienne
  • Vogue
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