Vintage Costume Display At Taille de Noyer on Oct. 6
A vintage costume showing, featuring some of the extensive clothing collection, will be presented by the Florissant Valley Historical Society on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 2 p.m. at Taille de Noyer, 1896 South Florissant Rd. (on the campus of McCluer High school).
Dorothy Ernst, an historical society board member and curator with a great deal of knowledge about the collection will speak about some of the many clothing styles, uniforms and accessories from the 1920s’ era .
A wine a cheese reception will follow. There will be tours of the home that began as a log cabin about 1790 then became a fur trading post, a hunting lodge and finally the 23-room family home of descendants of John Mullanphy. This 350 acre plantation eventually turned into McCluer High School Campus with an historical home as part of it.
Admission is $10 For reservations or additional information please call (314) 275-9957 or (314) 838)-4536
You must be logged in to post a comment.