Visual display of the “Form-Fit” sanitary apron

“Form-Fit” sanitary apron

  • ca. 1915
  • "Form-Fit" sanitary apron in original box that features a woman wearing the apron over her corset. The back side text reads, "Supplies perfectly the universal demand among ladies for a device to protect their underwear from becoming soiled at menstrual periods." The apron is made "with a fine nainsook top attached to sanitary rubber sheeting. It is soft, pliable and easily cleaned with warm water." The box is 5" x 7." The Logan Fabric Company, Logansport, Indiana, never worn.
  • From the private collection of Dovie Horvitz (2010.36.28).


  • ca. 1915
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