(Rus. Ночной чепчик Евгении Яковлевны Чеховой; Use. 1919 (101), Melikhovo) is Russian memorial item was transferred to the Melikhov Museum of Yalta in 1957, and before that more than half a century was carefully kept by Maria Pavlovna . 0.99 *
“I remember her cozy figure in the hood and cap, as she came to me for the night, when I was about to fall asleep, and put a piece of kurnik or something else on the bedside table, speaking with her sweet breath,“ What if the baby is hungry? ” .., ”recalled Tatyana Lvovna Shchepkina-Kupernik about Yevgeny Yakovlevna, the mother of the writer.”
The memorial item was transferred to the Melikhov Museum of Yalta in 1957, and before that more than half a century was carefully kept by Maria Pavlovna.
The cap is made of thin white cambric, decorated with a double frill with narrow lace, embroidery with small “peas” all over the field, the back part is gathered on the braid, lace ribbons serve as strings.
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