OABB Ladies of the Regiment

Several of the wives of OABB members have enjoyed dressing in period costumes when we perform.  This has really enhanced our performances and will continue to be an important part of our performances.  The Late Mrs. Nancy Hicks was the inspirational leader of our "Ladies of the Regiment", provided a splendid example to the other ladies, and was loved by everyone.  We will miss her terribly. 

Some women have purchased period clothing while others have made their own.  There are lots of sources for such clothing and patterns, with several on-line sources listed elsewhere on this page.  Our Ladies are actively involved in a lot of what we do and we occasionally have social activities together. 

Ladies of the Regiment at Picacho Peak 2003
Picacho Peak, March, 2003
Victorian - Military Vintage Clothing Links
LadiesClothing in the Victorian Era
Time Travel into the Past
Ladies Victorian Clothing
Civil War Era Ladies Clothing
Blockade Runner Ladies Catalog
Premier Designs Historic Clothing
Victorian Bazaar
Victorian and Edwardian Photos
Victorian Elegance
We Make History

our ladies at Trail Dust Town
This page was last updated on: August 8, 2011
Sharlot and Nancy selling OABB CDs at the Tucson 4th Avenue Street Fair, March, 2004
Sharlot and Nancy selling OABB CDs at Picacho Peak Civil War Reenactment, March, 2004
At Picacho Peak State Park, March, 2004
At Picacho Peak State Park, March, 2005
Bev, Peggy, Sandy, Sharlot and Annette at Picacho Peak State Park, 2008
Photo taken by Todd Graves
Tombstone Courthouse, August, 2007
At Traildust Town, Tucson, 2003
Victorian Christmas Ball in Phoenix in December 2002