Borrowed Plumes: Letters from Edwardian Newspapers on Male Cross Dressing
Karn Publications, 1994 - Letters to the editor - 144 pages
Covering the period from 1898 to 1912, this volume contains letters from The Queen, The Daily Mirror, Modern Society and Photo Bits. Histories are given of each periodical followed by readers' letters from that periodical all revealing a fascination with cross-dressing.
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