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Motoring hood

A woman's motoring hood fitted with spectacles from the year 1905.

A motoring hood or driving hood was an unusual and short-lived women's fashion dating to the turn of the 19th to 20th century whose purpose was to protect the wearer from dirt and dust while riding in an automobile.

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