When searching current municipal codes, we found 24 (!) codes that specifically target Noble Street in Anniston, Alabama. They range from jaywalking to parking to where pool halls, billboards, and outdoor dining are or are not allowed. So, it seems logical that at one time, there could have been a dress code here.
In the nineteenth century, it was a misdemeanor offense in Tucson for a person to appear in public in the dress “not of his or her sex.” The question is, would it be worse for a woman to be in pants, or NO pants?!?