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- Kostumy K Tancam Narodov SSSR. (in Russian). Moscow: ?: 1957.
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- Tilke, Max. Costume Patterns and Designs: A survey of costume patterns and designs of all periods and nations. New York: Praeger, 1957. Approximately 2,000 patterns and many illustrations.
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