We recently made one of our WWI era American Red Cross Ward nurse uniform with armband (not shown) for The American Museum in Britain’s exhibition entitled Side by Side: America in WWI running March 29- October 28, 2018.
This gown is part of an exhibit of a reconstructed hospital ward intended to give the audience a glimpse into early 20th century medicine and treatment in wartime Europe.
Image courtesy The American Museum in Britain
Our WWI era Ward uniform is based on photographs and written descriptions of the period. For more information about our WWI Ward uniform or any of our historical garments, please visit our website at www.maggiemayfashions.com
In addition to our traditional WWI era nurse’s cap, we also offer the WWI era nurse’s wimple. Available with or without the red cross insignia.
Did you know this year marks the 100th anniversary of WWI? Boy- we do! We’ve been busy making WWI Nurse’s uniforms for clients all around the world!
This one is headed stateside- just up the road for a living historian who portrays French and German resistance along with a WWI era nurse. This dress features detachable collar and cuffs and our X-back apron.
Here is a nice original example of this style apron:
(Source: Manchester Art Galleries)
For more information about this uniform or any of our historical clothing, please visit our catalog or contact us at email@example.com
Here are a few images of another recently completed WWI Era nurse’s uniform based on images of extant garments provided by the client.
This uniform features the removable collar and cuffs and a rounded apron. This uniform is headed to Australia.
For more information about our WWI Era uniforms, please visit our catalog or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.