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The Maiden Form 
BRASSIERE 

[[image - drawing of a woman wearing a Maiden Form Brassiere]]

The Maiden Form 
DOUBLE SUPPORT POCKET 
BRASSIERE 

For women with full figures, or 
slender women with weak ligaments. 
In mesh, brocaded cotton, 
jersey, double net, crepe de chine, 
glove silk jersey. Self bands or 
bands of contrasting material. In 
flesh only. Footing, lace edging, or 
rosebud trimming. Bands, specially 
designed to give diaphragm support, 
are 1 1/2 or 4 inches wide. 


The Maiden Form 
BRASSIERE 

[[image - drawing of a woman wearing a Maiden Form Brassiere]]

The Maiden Form 
BRASSIERE 

The perfect figure moulding garment 
for the slender woman. In 
exquisite pastel shades and the 
dantiest materials. Rayon, plain 
and stripped mesh, double net, crepe 
de chine, glove silk jersey, allover 
lace, trousseau crepe. Some with 
scalloped edgings, some lace edged, 
and quite a fez with dainty garlands 
of rosebuds. 

The Maiden Form 
BRASSIERE 

For Style and Natural Loveliness 

To retain or recapture those elusive 
lines of youth, the curves, grace 
and easy natural carriage of the 
Maiden Form figure, wear the Maiden 
Form Brassiere.

There are two models in a wide choice 
of materials, one for slender, one for 
full figures, both with the same magic 
youth-giving lines. 

The Maiden Form Brassiere does not 
press or constrain the figure but gently 
moulds it, revealing the attractive 
Maiden Form curves every woman 
possesses. 

The Maiden Form silhouette is the 
last word in fashion, and artistry in 
dress decrees it. It has the endorsement 
of science too, for Maiden Form 
support is normal and correct.

Let your next brassiere be a Maiden Form 
and see for yourself how much charm it 
imparts to your figure. 

500

JOHANNA HEIMANN
THOMAS W. GARLAND
409-411 North Broadway
St. Louis 


The Maiden Form BRASSIERE 

[[image - photograph of a woman wearing a Maiden Form Brassiere]]

The Maiden Form 
BRASSIERE 


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