Three piece tailored long sleeved gown. Bodice buttons up front with painted mother of pearl buttons. Deep “V” neck draped collar. Tiny false pocket on left side of overdress with real, larger pocket on right. Bow detail on rear sides of over-dress. Satin band on bottom of over-dress above skirt pleating. Worn by Alice Kane when she married John McDonald in the late 1870s in Salt Lake City. The McDonalds and two of Alice’s brothers moved to Lemhi County in the early 1880s.
Two piece wedding ensemble including bodice and skirt. Bodice is two tones of maroon taffeta. Front center closure with 14 metal buttons featuring marcasite cluster with floral embellishment. Skirt is maroon taffeta and brocade. Self bustle at back with ruching in front panel. Four vertical panels of purple brocade, one at each hip and one at each side panel.
Khaki wool felt “Rough Rider” fedora from the Spanish American War. Brim of hat contains names of the men with whom Flora served. “B Company Idaho 82 1st Idaho” is also written on hat. Names of the places the company fought are also written on crown.