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Princess Peggy was a line of day and house dresses produced by Chic Manufacturing Co. of Peoria, Illinois. The Chic Co. was owned and operated by Arnold Salzenstein and Edward F. Keefer. Chic was a maker of women’s and children’s aprons, and established the Princess Peggy line of housedresses in 1929. For several decades the company made attractive and inexpensive cotton dresses, but by the 1960s the business was in decline. Chic was declared bankrupt in 1975.
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from a 1929/1930 pair of beach or lounging pajamas
from an early 1940s dress
from a late 1940s dress
from a 1940s golf dress
from an early 1950s top
from a 1950s cotton wrap dress