|Description||One of a pair of stockings, women's. Made of white cotton, knit with an open weave heart pattern of the calf area and top of foot. Toe is believed to be French toe. Cuff is knit 3, purl 3 ribbing.|
|Owned||Maria Antoinette Powell Evans|
|Made||Maria Antoinette Powell Evans, Richmond, Virginia, CSA|
Stockings knit and worn by Maria Antoinette Powell of Richmond, VA, for her marriage to Dr. James Evans of South Carolina on January 4, 1865 at Number 100 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. He was surgeon with the 3rd South Carolina Infantry, Kershaw's Brigade, McLaw's Division.
"Stockings knit during the war for Miss Maria Antoinette Powell, Richmond, Va., and worn by her at her marriage to Dr. James Evans of South Carolina, on Jan. 4, 1865, at number 100 East Franklin Street."
Evans, Maria Antoinette Powell
Evans, James (1)