This ivory wedding dress of satin features a rhinestone trim, designs made of pearl seeds and glass beads, and cloth flowers located at the waist. The short and fashionable 1920s hemline is edged with a metallic lace. It was worn by Josephine Murphy when she married Raymond Sculley in 1927.
Satin, Pearl Seeds, Glass Beads, Lace
Current Location Status:
Gift Of Josephine Sculley
100 Years of Design
(June 8 2016)Museum School students selected artifacts from the collection, researched them, and then designed what they believe they will look like 100 years from now.
Josephine SculleyJosephine Murphy was born February 26 1902 in Lowell Michigan. In April of 1927 she married Raymond Sculley. She passed away January 16 1985 in Grand Rapids and is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery.