|Description||Veil of white cotton and "V" shaped; outer edge twelve inches long on each side, and the inner edge six and one-half inches long on each side; all edges finished in one-inch scallops; purling on the edges of the scallops; veil woven in a scroll pattern; each side consists of four half-inch rows in the scroll pattern; rows narrow down from four to three at the center. The net ground in diamond mesh. There is a 11.5-inch X 0.5-inch piece of matching lace attached to the underside center.|
|Owned||Elizabeth C. Barret Toler [Mrs. William F. Toler] (tentative)|
The veil came in the same bag as the slippers. Possibly also owned/used by Elizabeth C. Barret, upon the occasion of her marriage to William F. Toler.
Toler, Elizabeth C. Barret [Mrs. William F.] (tentative)
Barret, Elizabeth C. (tentative)