Table of contents for When the girls came out to play : the birth of American sportswear / Patricia Campbell Warner.

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Contents
List of Illustrations vii
Preface	 ix
Part One: The Influence of Fashion
Introduction: Public Clothing for Outdoor Play 3
Chapter 1. Factors of Change 000
Chapter 2. Women Move Out-of-Doors: Croquet and Skating 000
Chapter 3. Taking up Tennis 000
Chapter 4. Bathing and Swimming: Seeking a ?Sensible Costume? 000
Chapter 5. Women Enter the Olympics: A Sleeker Swimsuit 000	
Chapter 6. Bicycling and the Bloomer 000
Part Two: The Influence of Education
Introduction: Private Clothing for Physical Eduction 000
Chapter 7. Trouser Wearing: Early Influences 000
Chapter 8. The Rise of Interest in Exercise for Women 000
Chapter 9. Innovation at Wellesley: A Uniform for Crew 000
Chapter 10. The Debut of the Gym Suit 000
Chapter 11. Taking Exercise Clothes to New Places: Women Biologists at Woods Hole 000
Chapter 12. The Merging of Public and Private: Sportswear and the American Style 000
Notes 000
Index 000
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Illustrations

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sport clothes for women -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Sports for women -- United States -- History -- 20th century.