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Afternoon dress of jersey, silk and wool, designed by Madame Grès, Paris, 1957-1959.   Afternoon dress of jersey, silk and wool, designed by Madame Grès, Paris, 1957-1959.   
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Après ski jacket parka 'Pitlochry' of mohair, retailed by Lida Ascher Boutique, Great Britain, 1960.   Après ski jacket parka 'Pitlochry' of mohair, retailed by Lida Ascher Boutique, Great Britain, 1960.   
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Bangladesh Lutheran Church/BLC, 1994. Missionary Ulla Bro Larsen visiting a village. (Nurse Ull, Bangladesh Lutherske Kirke/BLC, 1994. Missionær Ulla Bro Larsen på landsbybesøg. (Sygeplejerske Ulla Bro Larsen og cand. theol. Morten Larsen var udsendt af Dansk Santalmission til Bangladesh, 1978-84 og 1994-95)Bangladesh Lutheran Church/BLC, 1994. Missionary Ulla Bro Larsen visiting a village. (Nurse Ull, Bangladesh Lutherske Kirke/BLC, 1994. Missionær Ulla Bro Larsen på landsbybesøg. (Sygeplejerske Ulla Bro Larsen og cand. theol. Morten Larsen var udsendt af Dansk Santalmission til Bangladesh, 1978-84 og 1994-95)
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Barbara Ull Student WorkBarbara Ull Student Work
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Beautiful Haidée, or, the sea nymph and the Sallee Rovers : a new and original whimsical extravaganza, founded on the poem of Don Juan, the ballad of Lord Bateman, and the legend of LurlineBeautiful Haidée, or, the sea nymph and the Sallee Rovers : a new and original whimsical extravaganza, founded on the poem of Don Juan, the ballad of Lord Bateman, and the legend of Lurline
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Black wool dinner suit, made by Daks-Simpson, Great Britain, 1955. Black wool dinner suit. Wool. Black wool dinner suit, made by Daks-Simpson, Great Britain, 1955. Black wool dinner suit. Wool. 
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Blue wool and silk ensemble with leather shoes, Betty Jackson, 2005, Britain. Blue wool jumper with three-quarter length sleeves and a ribbed collar, cuffs and hem, featuring a bow across the bodice. Chunky blue wool knit scarf with a long fringe at the ends. Blue wool coat with ruched collar, three-quarter length sleeves, a bow at the neck and two hip pockets. Lined with the same-coloured blue silk it has a two-button closure at the neck. Cream and blue printed silk skirt with a floral pattern and featuring silver and gold sequins at the hem. Metallic leather slingback with square toe and bow. Metallic leather slingback with square toe and bow. Knitted wool; Wool; Silk; Metallic leather. Blue wool and silk ensemble with leather shoes, Betty Jackson, 2005, Britain. Blue wool jumper with three-quarter length sleeves and a ribbed collar, cuffs and hem, featuring a bow across the bodice. Chunky blue wool knit scarf with a long fringe at the ends. Blue wool coat with ruched collar, three-quarter length sleeves, a bow at the neck and two hip pockets. Lined with the same-coloured blue silk it has a two-button closure at the neck. Cream and blue printed silk skirt with a floral pattern and featuring silver and gold sequins at the hem. Metallic leather slingback with square toe and bow. Metallic leather slingback with square toe and bow. Knitted wool; Wool; Silk; Metallic leather. 
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Boy's school cap of maroon wool; England, 1900-1920.  Boy's eight-gored school cap of maroon wool lined with cream coloured cotton.  The cap is ornamented with hand stitched concentric circles of yellow cotton tape, with part of a band across the peak, and is finished with a bound button at the crown. Wool and cotton, machine stitched and hand stitched. Boy's school cap of maroon wool; England, 1900-1920.  Boy's eight-gored school cap of maroon wool lined with cream coloured cotton. The cap is ornamented with hand stitched concentric circles of yellow cotton tape, with part of a band across the peak, and is finished with a bound button at the crown. Wool and cotton, machine stitched and hand stitched. 
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Bridal costume of wool, velvet, gold braid decoration and metalwork. The costume consists of the following elements, as described by Elsa E. Guðjónsson in 1985: Pelisse (Hempa) of black cloth, bordered with velvet and fastened in front with silver gilt clasps. Two circular silver gilt disks on the breast, with cord and pendent ornaments and the monogram 'S. N. D.' in white paste. Bodice (Upphlutur) of green velvet, with five silver gilt clasps, attached to a petticoat (Fat) of green cloth. Petticoat (Fat) of dark blue cloth, with flowers in coloured worsted tamboured around the skirt. Jacket (Treja) of black velvet with gold embroidery and silver-gilt buttons of globular openwork; collar (Kraga) of black velvet and gold embroidery. Apron (Svynta) of dark blue cloth tamboured with flowers in coloured worsted, fastened with silver gilt openwork bosses. Silver gilt neck chain (Hals festi) of open work scroll links, from which is hung a medallion (Nisti). The medallion is silver gilt cordate with a blue stone in its centre, around which are engraved the initials 'H.H.D. 1782'. Silver gilt shoulder chain (Herðafesti) composed of seven circular disks of cord ornament connected by triple chains, and joined to a transverse bar, on the centre of which stands a vase-shaped ornament, and from which is hung a cross with foliated ends decorated with a figure of the Trinity & the Evangelistic symbols. To the central disk is likewise suspended a medallion (by Heinrich Ritz?) showing on the one side the Crucifixion, on the other the sacrifice of Isaac. Girdle (Lyndi) of green velvet, with oblong silver- gilt plates of openwork corded ornament (32 in all, two missing,) with a pendant of similar character. ;Head-dress, faldur, spaðafaldur, of plain woven cotton or linen base, with plain woven silk covered the stiffened curved form, like a hook, pins all along edge of curve.;Sleeveless bodice, upphlutur, of light green velvet decorated with gilt braid and fastened in front with five (originally six ) pairs of openwork pattern gilt silver clasps, millur. Bodice edged around neckline and armhole with narrow gilt braid, wider gold braid down the front and covers the seams at back. On each side of front opening a strip of black velvet and red silk ribbon edge the opening. The bodice is attached to a full length, loosely pleated unadorned and unlined petticoat, fat, of heavy, light green broadcloth. A waistband joins the bodice and skirt, lined with brown linen, and the hem facing is made of green, now blue, strip of linen.;A long loosely pleated full skirt, pils, worn over the green petticoat, of heavy dark blue broadcloth (worsted wool), bound with red wool tape at the bottom, above which is a wide floral border worked in split stitch, blómstursaumur ('floral embroidery'), in polychrome wools - a section at central front left plain and not embroidered. The skirt has a long front opening, bound with red wool tape, and two lined openings for pockets towards either side. Pocket openings and hem facing of red and white check glazed linen.Wool waistband also lined with check linen, front closed with hooks and eyes. Long front opening and area of non-embroidery would have been covered by the apron.;Matching apron, svunta, worn over skirt, of heavy dark blue broadcloth bound with red wool tape and floral border embroidered in split stitch, blómstursaumur ('floral embroidery') in polychrome wools, hem facing of red and white check glazed linen. At waistband, originally hung three ornamental gilt silver button, svuntuhnappar. These were of filigree work, the one at centre front spherical, the two at the sides hemispherical, all with pendant leaves. One of the latter is now missing, as is the leaf from the centre one. Apron buttons were not merely decorative, they also served a functional purpose, the apron being held in place by the belt passing over the apron below the buttons. The red silk tapes attached to the waistband today, are modern.;The long pendant belt, lindi, belti, is made of dark green velvet onto which are sewn thirty-one closely spaced silver gilt ornaments (plaques) of filigree work together with an ornate silver gilt buckle of cast work. Green velvet backed with silk tape and interlined with canvas.;A short jacket, treyja, which goes over and partly conceal the bodice, of black velvet bodice and wool sleeves, ornamented with gilt braid and, in front, with gilt metal thread embroidery baldýring. The front opening is fastening with hooks and eyes, as are the openings of the long, tight-fitting sleves. From the sleeve openings hang spherical ornamented silver gilt button, ermahnappar, of filigree work with pendant leaves. There were eight buttons on each sleeve originally, but four are now missing.  The bodice is lined with light brown wool and sleeves lined with plain woven linen. Attached to the neckline of the jacket is a stiff and flat round collar (258F), kragi, covered with black velvet embroidered in gilt metal thread baldýring and spangles.;Attached to the neckline of the jacket (258E) is a stiff and flat round collar (258F), kragi, covered with black velvet embroidered in gilt metal thread baldýring and spangles.;The neck chain, according to Hooker, was wounded three times around the neck, consists of fifty-three ornate silver gilt links of cast work from which is suspended the medallion (258H).;Medallion and neckchain (258G) of silver gilt. The neck chain consists of fifty-three ornate links of cast work from which is suspended a medallion of filigree work with five pendant letters: B A B H B (three letters are now missing), and with a blue stone in the centre surrounded by the inscribed letters H. H. D. and the date 1782. The latter letters are typical initials for an Icelandic woman in earlier days, and probably the owner's initials (first letter for first name, second initial for father's name and D is always 'Dottir', ie Daughter).;Heavy silver gilt shoulder chain, herðafesti, linking together seven circular pieces and a bar, all of filigree work, is of Scandinavian 17th- or 18th-century workmanship. It is terminated at the back by a large German or Dutch medal carrying the date 1537, in front by a large cross reliquary of German or Dutch workmanship from about 1520.;Woman's formal gown or coat, hempa, with decorative plates, hempuskildir and clasps, hempupör, in gilt silver. Made of fine broadcloth (worsted wool) and lined with a lightweight woollen twill. It is trimmed with black velvet bands and with gilt metal thread lace on the velvet cuffs, uppslög. In front is is decorated with two circular plates of silver gilt filigree work with leaf pendants encircling the initials S M D (probably those of the wearer) set with paste stones. Down the centre front there are twenty-three silver gilt clasps, of which one eye is now missing.;A small shoulder cape with slightly stiffened standing collar of beige / grey silk velvet edged with a woven finged band of silk of the same colour. Lined with beige / grey plain woven silk. It may have served as a neck kerschief, hálssilki, but does not seem to correspond to the purple silk neck handkerchief mentioned in Hooker's description.;Head scarf, höfuðklútur,  to accompany the head-dress, of black silk with floral borders printed in red.   Bridal costume of wool, velvet, gold braid decoration and metalwork. The costume consists of the following elements, as described by Elsa E. Guðjónsson in 1985: Pelisse (Hempa) of black cloth, bordered with velvet and fastened in front with silver gilt clasps. Two circular silver gilt disks on the breast, with cord and pendent ornaments and the monogram 'S. N. D.' in white paste. Bodice (Upphlutur) of green velvet, with five silver gilt clasps, attached to a petticoat (Fat) of green cloth. Petticoat (Fat) of dark blue cloth, with flowers in coloured worsted tamboured around the skirt. Jacket (Treja) of black velvet with gold embroidery and silver-gilt buttons of globular openwork; collar (Kraga) of black velvet and gold embroidery. Apron (Svynta) of dark blue cloth tamboured with flowers in coloured worsted, fastened with silver gilt openwork bosses. Silver gilt neck chain (Hals festi) of open work scroll links, from which is hung a medallion (Nisti). The medallion is silver gilt cordate with a blue stone in its centre, around which are engraved the initials 'H.H.D. 1782'. Silver gilt shoulder chain (Herðafesti) composed of seven circular disks of cord ornament connected by triple chains, and joined to a transverse bar, on the centre of which stands a vase-shaped ornament, and from which is hung a cross with foliated ends decorated with a figure of the Trinity & the Evangelistic symbols. To the central disk is likewise suspended a medallion (by Heinrich Ritz?) showing on the one side the Crucifixion, on the other the sacrifice of Isaac. Girdle (Lyndi) of green velvet, with oblong silver- gilt plates of openwork corded ornament (32 in all, two missing,) with a pendant of similar character. ;Head-dress, faldur, spaðafaldur, of plain woven cotton or linen base, with plain woven silk covered the stiffened curved form, like a hook, pins all along edge of curve.;Sleeveless bodice, upphlutur, of light green velvet decorated with gilt braid and fastened in front with five (originally six ) pairs of openwork pattern gilt silver clasps, millur. Bodice edged around neckline and armhole with narrow gilt braid, wider gold braid down the front and covers the seams at back. On each side of front opening a strip of black velvet and red silk ribbon edge the opening. The bodice is attached to a full length, loosely pleated unadorned and unlined petticoat, fat, of heavy, light green broadcloth. A waistband joins the bodice and skirt, lined with brown linen, and the hem facing is made of green, now blue, strip of linen.;A long loosely pleated full skirt, pils, worn over the green petticoat, of heavy dark blue broadcloth (worsted wool), bound with red wool tape at the bottom, above which is a wide floral border worked in split stitch, blómstursaumur ('floral embroidery'), in polychrome wools - a section at central front left plain and not embroidered. The skirt has a long front opening, bound with red wool tape, and two lined openings for pockets towards either side. Pocket openings and hem facing of red and white check glazed linen.Wool waistband also lined with check linen, front closed with hooks and eyes. Long front opening and area of non-embroidery would have been covered by the apron.;Matching apron, svunta, worn over skirt, of heavy dark blue broadcloth bound with red wool tape and floral border embroidered in split stitch, blómstursaumur ('floral embroidery') in polychrome wools, hem facing of red and white check glazed linen. At waistband, originally hung three ornamental gilt silver button, svuntuhnappar. These were of filigree work, the one at centre front spherical, the two at the sides hemispherical, all with pendant leaves. One of the latter is now missing, as is the leaf from the centre one. Apron buttons were not merely decorative, they also served a functional purpose, the apron being held in place by the belt passing over the apron below the buttons. The red silk tapes attached to the waistband today, are modern.;The long pendant belt, lindi, belti, is made of dark green velvet onto which are sewn thirty-one closely spaced silver gilt ornaments (plaques) of filigree work together with an ornate silver gilt buckle of cast work. Green velvet backed with silk tape and interlined with canvas.;A short jacket, treyja, which goes over and partly conceal the bodice, of black velvet bodice and wool sleeves, ornamented with gilt braid and, in front, with gilt metal thread embroidery baldýring. The front opening is fastening with hooks and eyes, as are the openings of the long, tight-fitting sleves. From the sleeve openings hang spherical ornamented silver gilt button, ermahnappar, of filigree work with pendant leaves. There were eight buttons on each sleeve originally, but four are now missing. The bodice is lined with light brown wool and sleeves lined with plain woven linen. Attached to the neckline of the jacket is a stiff and flat round collar (258F), kragi, covered with black velvet embroidered in gilt metal thread baldýring and spangles.;Attached to the neckline of the jacket (258E) is a stiff and flat round collar (258F), kragi, covered with black velvet embroidered in gilt metal thread baldýring and spangles.;The neck chain, according to Hooker, was wounded three times around the neck, consists of fifty-three ornate silver gilt links of cast work from which is suspended the medallion (258H).;Medallion and neckchain (258G) of silver gilt. The neck chain consists of fifty-three ornate links of cast work from which is suspended a medallion of filigree work with five pendant letters: B A B H B (three letters are now missing), and with a blue stone in the centre surrounded by the inscribed letters H. H. D. and the date 1782. The latter letters are typical initials for an Icelandic woman in earlier days, and probably the owner's initials (first letter for first name, second initial for father's name and D is always 'Dottir', ie Daughter).;Heavy silver gilt shoulder chain, herðafesti, linking together seven circular pieces and a bar, all of filigree work, is of Scandinavian 17th- or 18th-century workmanship. It is terminated at the back by a large German or Dutch medal carrying the date 1537, in front by a large cross reliquary of German or Dutch workmanship from about 1520.;Woman's formal gown or coat, hempa, with decorative plates, hempuskildir and clasps, hempupör, in gilt silver. Made of fine broadcloth (worsted wool) and lined with a lightweight woollen twill. It is trimmed with black velvet bands and with gilt metal thread lace on the velvet cuffs, uppslög. In front is is decorated with two circular plates of silver gilt filigree work with leaf pendants encircling the initials S M D (probably those of the wearer) set with paste stones. Down the centre front there are twenty-three silver gilt clasps, of which one eye is now missing.;A small shoulder cape with slightly stiffened standing collar of beige / grey silk velvet edged with a woven finged band of silk of the same colour. Lined with beige / grey plain woven silk. It may have served as a neck kerschief, hálssilki, but does not seem to correspond to the purple silk neck handkerchief mentioned in Hooker's description.;Head scarf, höfuðklútur, to accompany the head-dress, of black silk with floral borders printed in red.   
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Cataloochee (Cat-a-lut-si) RememberedCataloochee (Cat-a-lut-si) Remembered

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Cataloochee tract 204: W. M. Sutton heirsCataloochee tract 204: W. M. Sutton heirs

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Cataloochee tract 223: Linton PalmerCataloochee tract 223: Linton Palmer

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Cataloochee tract 259: J. Oss SmithCataloochee tract 259: J. Oss Smith

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Cataloochee tract 262: W. C. WoodyCataloochee tract 262: W. C. Woody

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Cataloochee tract 264b: L. A. HopkinsCataloochee tract 264b: L. A. Hopkins

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Cataloochee tract 278: I. H. Hopkins EstateCataloochee tract 278: I. H. Hopkins Estate

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Cataloochee tract 285: J. Wylie PhillipsCataloochee tract 285: J. Wylie Phillips

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Close Brothers & Company Land Contract #2113, M.A. Kennicott, Rock County, MinnesotaClose Brothers & Company Land Contract #2113, M.A. Kennicott, Rock County, Minnesota
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Coat, periwinkle blue cashmere blend coat with tan embroidery, Alexander McQueen, designed in England, made in Italy, ca. 1995.   Coat, periwinkle blue cashmere blend coat with tan embroidery, Alexander McQueen, designed in England, made in Italy, ca. 1995.   
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Coat, waistcoat and breeches, dark brown wool, French, ca. 1780.   Coat, waistcoat and breeches, dark brown wool, French, ca. 1780.   
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Coat, wool with printed pattern, designed by Dries van Noten, Belgium, 1997.  Wool with printed pattern. Coat, wool with printed pattern, designed by Dries van Noten, Belgium, 1997.  Wool with printed pattern. 
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Collecting lazulite from quartzite on slopes of Graves MountainCollecting lazulite from quartzite on slopes of Graves Mountain
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Day dress of Johnston woollen tartan, designed by Jacques Fath, Paris, 1949-1950.   Day dress of Johnston woollen tartan, designed by Jacques Fath, Paris, 1949-1950.   
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Day dress, brown and black wool, designed by Mary Quant for Bazaar, London, 1961.  Brown wool dress with gently fitted bodice, dropped waist with top-stitched belt that buttons in front, and flared knee-length skirt. Contrast black band outlining deep V neckline. Sleeveless. Wool. Day dress, brown and black wool, designed by Mary Quant for Bazaar, London, 1961.  Brown wool dress with gently fitted bodice, dropped waist with top-stitched belt that buttons in front, and flared knee-length skirt. Contrast black band outlining deep V neckline. Sleeveless. Wool. 
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Dáfnis y Cloe : ó Las pastorales de Longo, Daphnis and Chloe SpanishDáfnis y Cloe : ó Las pastorales de Longo, Daphnis and Chloe Spanish
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Dixon's New AmericaDixon's New America
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Doll with a wax over composition head, representing a Caucasian female in Welsh national costume; made in Germany, 1840.   Doll with a wax over composition head, representing a Caucasian female in Welsh national costume; made in Germany, 1840.   
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Dress fabric of soft light-weight woven mohair and nylon 'Kilcardie', made by Ascher Ltd., Great Britain, 1957.   Dress fabric of soft light-weight woven mohair and nylon 'Kilcardie', made by Ascher Ltd., Great Britain, 1957.   
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Dress fabric sample of woven mohair, wool and nylon mix, made by Ascher Ltd., Great Britain, 1957.   Dress fabric sample of woven mohair, wool and nylon mix, made by Ascher Ltd., Great Britain, 1957.   
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Dress fabric samples 'Etchahan' in mohair and nylon bouclé, Ascher Ltd., Great Britain, 1958.   Dress fabric samples 'Etchahan' in mohair and nylon bouclé, Ascher Ltd., Great Britain, 1958.   
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Dress of muslin embroidered with stylized rosebuds and foxgloves. Trimmed with silk satin and wadded rouleaux, Great Britain, France, ca. 1830. Dress of muslin embroidered with stylized rosebuds and foxgloves. Trimmed with silk satin and wadded rouleaux.  Cotton muslin with wool embroidery, silk satin and wadded rouleaux.Dress of muslin embroidered with stylized rosebuds and foxgloves. Trimmed with silk satin and wadded rouleaux, Great Britain, France, ca. 1830. Dress of muslin embroidered with stylized rosebuds and foxgloves. Trimmed with silk satin and wadded rouleaux.  Cotton muslin with wool embroidery, silk satin and wadded rouleaux.
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Dress of wool jersey, designed by Mary Quant, London, 1967.  Dark pink wool jersey 'skater' dress with zip front and pleated skirt. Wool jersey. Dress of wool jersey, designed by Mary Quant, London, 1967.  Dark pink wool jersey 'skater' dress with zip front and pleated skirt. Wool jersey. 
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Dress, printed rubberised neoprene and wool, designed by Nicolas Ghesquière for Balenciaga, France, A/W 2004. Mini dress, of printed rubberised neoprene with knitted wool inserts, dress is fitted to the body with straps and metal buckles wrapping around waist and hips, front of skirt has a large zip in the centre and two side panels which hang below the hem, asymmetric neckline comprised of panels of black and white knitted wool; there are two distinct prints on the neoprene, one of red ground with graffiti pattern and the other of black ground with yellow and white graffiti pattern. Rubberised and printed neoprene and wool. Dress, printed rubberised neoprene and wool, designed by Nicolas Ghesquière for Balenciaga, France, A/W 2004. Mini dress, of printed rubberised neoprene with knitted wool inserts, dress is fitted to the body with straps and metal buckles wrapping around waist and hips, front of skirt has a large zip in the centre and two side panels which hang below the hem, asymmetric neckline comprised of panels of black and white knitted wool; there are two distinct prints on the neoprene, one of red ground with graffiti pattern and the other of black ground with yellow and white graffiti pattern. Rubberised and printed neoprene and wool. 
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Dress, printed wool, made by Granny Takes a Trip, London, ca. 1967. Mini dress of printed Liberty Varuna wool, in shades of blue, purple and green with Nehru collar, placket and button fastening, long sleeves, and straight shift shape. Hem has been let down since it was originally made. Printed wool. Dress, printed wool, made by Granny Takes a Trip, London, ca. 1967. Mini dress of printed Liberty Varuna wool, in shades of blue, purple and green with Nehru collar, placket and button fastening, long sleeves, and straight shift shape. Hem has been let down since it was originally made. Printed wool. 
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Ensemble consisting of a jacket and dress of wool and leather belt, designed by Digby Morton, London, 1947-1948.   Ensemble consisting of a jacket and dress of wool and leather belt, designed by Digby Morton, London, 1947-1948.   
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Ensemble, F, 1956-7, English; Quant, Mary. Black and white check wool. 1973 replica. ensemble, F, 1956-7, English; Quant, Mary. 1973 replica. ensemble, F, 1956-7, English; Quant, Mary. Black leather. 1973 replica. Black and white check dress with black rosette pom poms to front. Wool. Ensemble, F, 1956-7, English; Quant, Mary. Black and white check wool. 1973 replica. ensemble, F, 1956-7, English; Quant, Mary. 1973 replica. ensemble, F, 1956-7, English; Quant, Mary. Black leather. 1973 replica. Black and white check dress with black rosette pom poms to front. Wool. 
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Ensemble. Woman's two-piece ensemble; jacket with padded shoulders creating a wide, square shoulder line, long sleeves and a fitted waist with a short peplum, vibrantly multi-coloured stripes with wide bands of black velvet round upper arms and waist, predominant colours are orange and pink; dress, mini length, made from silk printed in a multi-coloured ikat-style design in mingled shades of shocking pink, yellow, blue, white and black. Printed silk . Ensemble. Woman's two-piece ensemble; jacket with padded shoulders creating a wide, square shoulder line, long sleeves and a fitted waist with a short peplum, vibrantly multi-coloured stripes with wide bands of black velvet round upper arms and waist, predominant colours are orange and pink; dress, mini length, made from silk printed in a multi-coloured ikat-style design in mingled shades of shocking pink, yellow, blue, white and black. Printed silk . 
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Estudio histórico de las luchas políticas en la España del siglo XIXEstudio histórico de las luchas políticas en la España del siglo XIX
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Fair Isle jumper, hand-knitted wool, possibly by Tulloch of Shetland, Scotland, ca. 1931.   Fair Isle jumper, hand-knitted wool, possibly by Tulloch of Shetland, Scotland, ca. 1931.   
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Fashion dolls, English, made by Mrs Latter Axton, 1880s.   Fashion dolls, English, made by Mrs Latter Axton, 1880s.   
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Full length evening dress by Mary Quant, 1964. Black wool crepe with black silk collar and sleeves.  Full length evening dress of black wool crêpe with black silk collar and sleeves. Wool crêpe and silk. Full length evening dress by Mary Quant, 1964. Black wool crepe with black silk collar and sleeves.  Full length evening dress of black wool crêpe with black silk collar and sleeves. Wool crêpe and silk. 
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Girl's coat and hat of russet wool, made in England under the Utility scheme 1941-1948.  Girl's coat and matching hat of russet wool. Coat of russet-coloured wool lined with grey rayon.  It is cut in a flared, single-breasted style, with three buttons (the maximum allowed under the Utility scheme) just to one side of centre, and an additional button beneath the Peter Pan collar.  The coat front is cut in four panels, the two central ones being rever shaped, with saddle stitched top flaps to match the stitching on the collar.  The back of the coat is cut in three panels, with an inverted pleat at the centre back of the skirt, and a half-belt of self fabric.  The coat has a hanging bar of the lining fabric inside the neck. Beret shaped hat of russet-coloured wool lined with grey rayon, to match the coat.  It has a saddle-stitched hat band, trimmed with a bow of self fabric at the centre front. Wool lined with rayon. Girl's coat and hat of russet wool, made in England under the Utility scheme 1941-1948.  Girl's coat and matching hat of russet wool. Coat of russet-coloured wool lined with grey rayon. It is cut in a flared, single-breasted style, with three buttons (the maximum allowed under the Utility scheme) just to one side of centre, and an additional button beneath the Peter Pan collar. The coat front is cut in four panels, the two central ones being rever shaped, with saddle stitched top flaps to match the stitching on the collar. The back of the coat is cut in three panels, with an inverted pleat at the centre back of the skirt, and a half-belt of self fabric. The coat has a hanging bar of the lining fabric inside the neck. Beret shaped hat of russet-coloured wool lined with grey rayon, to match the coat. It has a saddle-stitched hat band, trimmed with a bow of self fabric at the centre front. Wool lined with rayon. 
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Girl's dress of cream synthetic and wool mix, made for John Walsh, Belgium, 1958-1960.  Cream dress with short, puffed sleeves, knitted cuffs and waistband. The dress has a high neck and Peter Pan-style collar. The waistband is gathered using a threaded drawstring belt made of  strands of wool and two pom poms at the ends. The dress is plain cream fabric of a wide woven fabric. It has been embroidered in wools with the repeating motif of a blue duckling and an intermittent line of red running stitches. The pattern is repeated around the chest and sleeves of the dress and all around the hem. The dress is unlined and has a wide and hand-tacked hem. The dress fastens at the back using three buttons, opening to the waist. Machine stitched. Girl's dress of cream synthetic and wool mix, made for John Walsh, Belgium, 1958-1960.  Cream dress with short, puffed sleeves, knitted cuffs and waistband. The dress has a high neck and Peter Pan-style collar. The waistband is gathered using a threaded drawstring belt made of strands of wool and two pom poms at the ends. The dress is plain cream fabric of a wide woven fabric. It has been embroidered in wools with the repeating motif of a blue duckling and an intermittent line of red running stitches. The pattern is repeated around the chest and sleeves of the dress and all around the hem. The dress is unlined and has a wide and hand-tacked hem. The dress fastens at the back using three buttons, opening to the waist. Machine stitched. 
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Girl's dress with high waist and puffed sleeves, white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wool, made in England, 1812-1815. Girl's dress of white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wools. The dress has a high-waisted bodice, vertically-gathered puffed sleeves and a trained skirt.  Muslin embroidered in wool.Girl's dress with high waist and puffed sleeves, white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wool, made in England, 1812-1815. Girl's dress of white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wools. The dress has a high-waisted bodice, vertically-gathered puffed sleeves and a trained skirt.  Muslin embroidered in wool.
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Hand knitted wool jacket and skirt, made by Sally Levison, Malta, 1968-1970.   Hand knitted wool jacket and skirt, made by Sally Levison, Malta, 1968-1970.   
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Hand-knitted short-sleeved woollen jumper, Great Britain, 1942.  Hand-knitted short-sleeved woollen jumper of alternating wavy black and turquoise stripes. There is a scalloped decoration at the neck. Hand-knitted wool. Hand-knitted short-sleeved woollen jumper, Great Britain, 1942.  Hand-knitted short-sleeved woollen jumper of alternating wavy black and turquoise stripes. There is a scalloped decoration at the neck. Hand-knitted wool. 
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Illinois: MADISON County, Enumeration District 46, Sheet No. 4BIllinois: MADISON County, Enumeration District 46, Sheet No. 4B
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Jacket and dress of wool with silk, designed by Edward Molyneux, Paris, 1930-1939.   Jacket and dress of wool with silk, designed by Edward Molyneux, Paris, 1930-1939.   
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Jacket and skirt of wool lined with crêpe de chine, designed by Charles Creed, London, 1954.   Jacket and skirt of wool lined with crêpe de chine, designed by Charles Creed, London, 1954.   
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Jacket and skirt, black and white striped, wool, British, 1994, part of woman's (replica) zoot suit (Streetstyle exhibition).   Jacket and skirt, black and white striped, wool, British, 1994, part of woman's (replica) zoot suit (Streetstyle exhibition).   
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Jacket, F, white leather with knitted gold sleeves, appliqué and fringe, Beth Brett, Britain, ca. 1985.   Jacket, F, white leather with knitted gold sleeves, appliqué and fringe, Beth Brett, Britain, ca. 1985.   
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Jumper, mohair, designed by Wendy Dagworthy, Great Britain, 1984.  Mohair and nylon. Jumper, mohair, designed by Wendy Dagworthy, Great Britain, 1984.  Mohair and nylon. 
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Knitted cashmere cardigan, Pringle of Scotland, 1996. Women's ivory knitted cashmere cardigan with mother-of-pearl buttons. Knitted cashmere and mother-of-pearl. Knitted cashmere cardigan, Pringle of Scotland, 1996. Women's ivory knitted cashmere cardigan with mother-of-pearl buttons. Knitted cashmere and mother-of-pearl. 
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Knitted jumper with animal motif, Krizia, ca. 1985, Italy. Long-sleeved, round-necked knitted jumper in blue cashmere, wool and angora mix, with grey wool patterning on the sleeves and an image of a large cat's head motif on the front in shades of grey, cream and brown. Knitted, in cashmere, wool and angora mix. Knitted jumper with animal motif, Krizia, ca. 1985, Italy. Long-sleeved, round-necked knitted jumper in blue cashmere, wool and angora mix, with grey wool patterning on the sleeves and an image of a large cat's head motif on the front in shades of grey, cream and brown. Knitted, in cashmere, wool and angora mix. 
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Ladies coat of wool, designed by Hardy Amies, London, 1947-1948.   Ladies coat of wool, designed by Hardy Amies, London, 1947-1948.   
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Leather blouson jacket with lining, designed and made by Valentino, Italy, 1973. Black leather blouson jacket with ribbed wool cuffs and waistband, and a chunky plastic zipper down the front. Lined in ribbed black fabric. Button-in lining of black wool with murmaski fur collar. Leather, wool, plastic and fur. Leather blouson jacket with lining, designed and made by Valentino, Italy, 1973. Black leather blouson jacket with ribbed wool cuffs and waistband, and a chunky plastic zipper down the front. Lined in ribbed black fabric. Button-in lining of black wool with murmaski fur collar. Leather, wool, plastic and fur. 
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Linen embroidered with yellow, green, red, pink and blue wool in a pattern of floral motifs and gadrooned scroll around the opening. Bound with linen tape, linen tie has been cut off, England, 1700-1725. Linen embroidered with yellow, green, red, pink and blue wool in a pattern of floral motifs and gadrooned scroll around the opening. Bound with linen tape, linen tie has been cut off.  Linen hand-sewn with linen thread, embroidered with wool and bound with linen tape.Linen embroidered with yellow, green, red, pink and blue wool in a pattern of floral motifs and gadrooned scroll around the opening. Bound with linen tape, linen tie has been cut off, England, 1700-1725. Linen embroidered with yellow, green, red, pink and blue wool in a pattern of floral motifs and gadrooned scroll around the opening. Bound with linen tape, linen tie has been cut off.  Linen hand-sewn with linen thread, embroidered with wool and bound with linen tape.
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Louis Emil Danfeld to Stephen J. Owens, October 24 1945Louis Emil Danfeld to Stephen J. Owens, October 24 1945

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Lounge suit in worsted, shirt, tie, leather Oxford-style shoes, silk handkerchief, ca. 1930s, English.  ;;;;;;;;;;;; Lounge suit in worsted, shirt, tie, leather Oxford-style shoes, silk handkerchief, ca. 1930s, English.  ;;;;;;;;;;;; 
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M, red wool hand knit jumper depicting tiger and flowers, Joseph Tricot, Britain, ca. 1985.   M, red wool hand knit jumper depicting tiger and flowers, Joseph Tricot, Britain, ca. 1985.   
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Machine knitted wool, striped in dark green/dark blue/yellow/red; uniform for Queen Mary's High School for Girls, Walsall; made in England by the Stevenage Knitting Co Ltd, ca. 1965.   Machine knitted wool, striped in dark green/dark blue/yellow/red; uniform for Queen Mary's High School for Girls, Walsall; made in England by the Stevenage Knitting Co Ltd, ca. 1965.   
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Man's coat, brown wool gabardine with a fur fabric collar, British, 1965-69. Man's coat of brown wool gabardine with fake fur collar. Wool gabardine and fake fur. Man's coat, brown wool gabardine with a fur fabric collar, British, 1965-69. Man's coat of brown wool gabardine with fake fur collar. Wool gabardine and fake fur. 
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Man's coat, green wool with velvet collar, Cordings, British, 1996.   Man's coat, green wool with velvet collar, Cordings, British, 1996.   
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Man's coat, navy wool with satin lapels, British, 1930-1939. Man's coat, navy wool with satin lapels. Wool and satin. Man's coat, navy wool with satin lapels, British, 1930-1939. Man's coat, navy wool with satin lapels. Wool and satin. 
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Man's jacket, silver-grey woollen single breasted suit, made by Keith Mallinson, Rotherham, England, 1975  part of man's Northern Soul outfit, UK, 1975.   Man's jacket, silver-grey woollen single breasted suit, made by Keith Mallinson, Rotherham, England, 1975 part of man's Northern Soul outfit, UK, 1975.   
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Man's red woollen coat and waistcoat lined with blue silk, 1760-1779, and waistcoat probably about 1780. Possibly made in France or the Netherlands.   Man's red woollen coat and waistcoat lined with blue silk, 1760-1779, and waistcoat probably about 1780. Possibly made in France or the Netherlands.   
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Man's slipover, hand-knitted wool, designed by Joe Casely-Hayford, United Kingdom, 1994, Autumn/Winter 1994.   Man's slipover, hand-knitted wool, designed by Joe Casely-Hayford, United Kingdom, 1994, Autumn/Winter 1994.   
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Man's suit consisting of a jacket and trousers in wool, polyester and mohair, designed by Ozwald Boateng, Great Britain, 1996.   Man's suit consisting of a jacket and trousers in wool, polyester and mohair, designed by Ozwald Boateng, Great Britain, 1996.   
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Man's suit consisting of a mohair double-breasted jacket and trousers, retailed by Take Six, London, 1967.   Man's suit consisting of a mohair double-breasted jacket and trousers, retailed by Take Six, London, 1967.   
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Man's suit in lightweight brown wool, made by John Michael, Great Britain, 1970.   Man's suit in lightweight brown wool, made by John Michael, Great Britain, 1970.   
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Man's suit, coat and breeches, Great Britain, 1770-1779.   Man's suit, coat and breeches, Great Britain, 1770-1779.   
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Man's suit, jacket, waistcoat and trousers, wool, brown pinstripe, Radford & Jones, Great Britain, 1937.      Man's suit, jacket, waistcoat and trousers, wool, brown pinstripe, Radford & Jones, Great Britain, 1937.    
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Man's waistcoat, blue/grey pinstripe wool, Great Britain, 1930-1939. Blue/grey pinstripe wool waistcoat. Wool. Man's waistcoat, blue/grey pinstripe wool, Great Britain, 1930-1939. Blue/grey pinstripe wool waistcoat. Wool. 
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Man's wedding suit, grey cloth, consisting of a frock coat and trousers, designed by Mr Fish, London, 1967.   Man's wedding suit, grey cloth, consisting of a frock coat and trousers, designed by Mr Fish, London, 1967.   
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Michigan Artisan; 1905-08-10Michigan Artisan; 1905-08-10

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Multi-coloured patchwork knit coat.   Multi-coloured patchwork knit coat.   
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One-piece bathing costume of machine-knitted wool, made by Neyret, Paris, retailed by Galeries Lafayette, London, 1937.   One-piece bathing costume of machine-knitted wool, made by Neyret, Paris, retailed by Galeries Lafayette, London, 1937.   
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Overcoat and bonnet, maker unknown, UK, 1955-1960; Girl's overcoat part of a two piece set. 100% wool of  a woven pattern of cream, baby blue and pink; fully  lined; White Heather, Great Britain, 1955-1960.  A-line woollen winter coat for a girl of about 4 years old.  The coat is of a finely woven pattern of powder pink and blue cross hatches with cream crosses at the centres.  The coat has a rounded collar, trimmed with a thin edge of light blue cotton velvet (?).  The front of the coat is double breasted with a high button under the neck and matching concealed button on the other side.  Below this on the front near the upper chest area, are three rows of on each side in a blue plastic with small white flecks.  Slightly lower down, at waist level, there is another singular set of buttons, but the bottom flared portion of the coat is left free.  The coat has two open, front facing upright pockets with a curved edge, also finished with a fine blue velvet trim.  The coat has a fitted and flared shape and is constructed of three back panels and four on the front that then flare out at the waist.  The coat is lined with an oyster coloured satin lining.  The hat is made of a finely woven pattern of powder pink and blue cross hatches with cream crosses at the centres, the same at the matching coat i this set.  The hat is made in a bonnet style of a young child.  There is a reinforced bonnet peak at the front, trimmed with a fine edge of light blue cotton velvet.  There is a looped strap in order to secure the hat to the child.  At the crown of the bonnet the fabric has been gathered into  four decorative folds.  Overcoat and bonnet, maker unknown, UK, 1955-1960; Girl's overcoat part of a two piece set. 100% wool of a woven pattern of cream, baby blue and pink; fully lined; White Heather, Great Britain, 1955-1960.  A-line woollen winter coat for a girl of about 4 years old. The coat is of a finely woven pattern of powder pink and blue cross hatches with cream crosses at the centres. The coat has a rounded collar, trimmed with a thin edge of light blue cotton velvet (?). The front of the coat is double breasted with a high button under the neck and matching concealed button on the other side. Below this on the front near the upper chest area, are three rows of on each side in a blue plastic with small white flecks. Slightly lower down, at waist level, there is another singular set of buttons, but the bottom flared portion of the coat is left free. The coat has two open, front facing upright pockets with a curved edge, also finished with a fine blue velvet trim. The coat has a fitted and flared shape and is constructed of three back panels and four on the front that then flare out at the waist. The coat is lined with an oyster coloured satin lining. The hat is made of a finely woven pattern of powder pink and blue cross hatches with cream crosses at the centres, the same at the matching coat i this set. The hat is made in a bonnet style of a young child. There is a reinforced bonnet peak at the front, trimmed with a fine edge of light blue cotton velvet. There is a looped strap in order to secure the hat to the child. At the crown of the bonnet the fabric has been gathered into four decorative folds.  
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Pair of gloves, wool, part of Fashion New Age Traveller Outfit, Michiko Koshino, Great Britain, 1993-1994.   Pair of gloves, wool, part of Fashion New Age Traveller Outfit, Michiko Koshino, Great Britain, 1993-1994.   
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Pair of men's shoes, leather with blue wool uppers, British, 1900-1910.   Pair of men's shoes, leather with blue wool uppers, British, 1900-1910.   
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Pair of shoes for a girl, white canvas embroidered with dahlias and roses in coloured wool and bound with green ribbon, made in England, 1851. Pair of shoes for a girl, white canvas embroidered with dahlias and roses in coloured wool and bound with green ribbon.  Canvas, embroidered in wool and bound with ribbon.Pair of shoes for a girl, white canvas embroidered with dahlias and roses in coloured wool and bound with green ribbon, made in England, 1851. Pair of shoes for a girl, white canvas embroidered with dahlias and roses in coloured wool and bound with green ribbon.  Canvas, embroidered in wool and bound with ribbon.
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Papers on rural housing : the present condition of the cottage home of the agricultural labourerPapers on rural housing : the present condition of the cottage home of the agricultural labourer
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Patchwork skirt, made by Naomi Salmon, probably made in London, ca. 1955. Full skirt entirely made up from multi-coloured blocks, mostly of dress silks, but including cottons, woollens, satins and green Lurex. Each length of patches gradually get wider towards the bottom.  Lined and mounted on a rich sea-green iridescent taffeta with the same fabric flounce around the inside of the hemline. Some discolouration to the lining, particularly where black patches are on the outside. Patchwork of dress silks, satin, cotton, wool and lurex lined with taffeta. Patchwork skirt, made by Naomi Salmon, probably made in London, ca. 1955. Full skirt entirely made up from multi-coloured blocks, mostly of dress silks, but including cottons, woollens, satins and green Lurex. Each length of patches gradually get wider towards the bottom. Lined and mounted on a rich sea-green iridescent taffeta with the same fabric flounce around the inside of the hemline. Some discolouration to the lining, particularly where black patches are on the outside. Patchwork of dress silks, satin, cotton, wool and lurex lined with taffeta. 
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Pink satin baby's boots with couched silver thread decoration, English, 1800-1830. Pink satin baby's boot with cream wool lining and leather sole. Pink silk ribbon laces in 4 pairs of lace holes with a small pink rosette just below the bottom pair. Couched silver thread decoration in the form of a scrolling foliate motif which stretches from toe back to top of boot.  Silk satin with couched silver thread, wool lining, leather, silk ribbons.Pink satin baby's boots with couched silver thread decoration, English, 1800-1830. Pink satin baby's boot with cream wool lining and leather sole. Pink silk ribbon laces in 4 pairs of lace holes with a small pink rosette just below the bottom pair. Couched silver thread decoration in the form of a scrolling foliate motif which stretches from toe back to top of boot.  Silk satin with couched silver thread, wool lining, leather, silk ribbons.
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Reglur um meðferð og verkun á ull. (samdar af nefnd þeiri, sem kosin var á fundi á Akureyri þann 11. maí 1892)Reglur um meðferð og verkun á ull. (samdar af nefnd þeiri, sem kosin var á fundi á Akureyri þann 11. maí 1892)
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Shawl, made by Amy Johnston, Baltasound, Shetland, 1935.   Shawl, made by Amy Johnston, Baltasound, Shetland, 1935.   
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Short day dress made of machine sewn wool, designed by André Courrèges for Couture Future collection, Paris, 1972.   Short day dress made of machine sewn wool, designed by André Courrèges for Couture Future collection, Paris, 1972.   
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Short mini dress made of wool gabardine, designed and made by André Courrèges, Paris, 1966.   Short mini dress made of wool gabardine, designed and made by André Courrèges, Paris, 1966.   
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Skirt suit, jacket and skirt, black and white optical check wool, Foale & Tuffin, London, 1964.   Skirt suit, jacket and skirt, black and white optical check wool, Foale & Tuffin, London, 1964.   
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Skirt, jacket and scarf in wool, with silk lining, designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, probably made by Ascher Ltd., Paris, ca. 1956-1957.   Skirt, jacket and scarf in wool, with silk lining, designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, probably made by Ascher Ltd., Paris, ca. 1956-1957.   
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Suit consisting of wool jacket and skirt, designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Paris, August 1960.   Suit consisting of wool jacket and skirt, designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Paris, August 1960.   
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Suit, black wool coat, buff cotton velvet waistcoat and trousers, brown leather belt, Dolce & Gabbana, Italy, Autumn/Winter 1991-2.   Suit, black wool coat, buff cotton velvet waistcoat and trousers, brown leather belt, Dolce & Gabbana, Italy, Autumn/Winter 1991-2.   
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Suit, red velvet jacket and waistcoat, olive wool trousers and mustard cotton blend shirt, Romeo Gigli, designed in Italy, made in Switzerland, 1997.   Suit, red velvet jacket and waistcoat, olive wool trousers and mustard cotton blend shirt, Romeo Gigli, designed in Italy, made in Switzerland, 1997.   
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Suit, wool (mohair) Tonik suit, Great Britain, 1960s, part of man's 1979 'Two Tone' outfit (Streetstyle exhibition).   Suit, wool (mohair) Tonik suit, Great Britain, 1960s, part of man's 1979 'Two Tone' outfit (Streetstyle exhibition).   
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Suit, wool tweed, designed by Wendy Dagworthy, Great Britain, 1984.   Suit, wool tweed, designed by Wendy Dagworthy, Great Britain, 1984.   
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Taiwan Lutheran Church, Taipei Banchiao, 1988. DMS Missionaries, Birgit Norholdt (left) and Ull, Taiwan Lutherske Kirke, Taipei Banchiao, 1988. DMS missionærer, Birgit Norholdt (tv) og Ulla Christiansen - til middag med DMS info-sekretær, Jakob Rönnow (som er fotografen) hos Birgit NorholdtTaiwan Lutheran Church, Taipei Banchiao, 1988. DMS Missionaries, Birgit Norholdt (left) and Ull, Taiwan Lutherske Kirke, Taipei Banchiao, 1988. DMS missionærer, Birgit Norholdt (tv) og Ulla Christiansen - til middag med DMS info-sekretær, Jakob Rönnow (som er fotografen) hos Birgit Norholdt
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The National Society's Instructions on Needlework and KnittingThe National Society's Instructions on Needlework and Knitting
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The Reasoner [electronic resource]The Reasoner [electronic resource]
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Tie made of printed crêpe, partially lined with silk and partially interlined with wool, made by Distinctive Pattern Ties, England, late 1960s.   Tie made of printed crêpe, partially lined with silk and partially interlined with wool, made by Distinctive Pattern Ties, England, late 1960s.   
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Trouser suit. Quant, Mary. 1966, remade 1973. White wool with navy bands & zippers.  Cream wool jacket and trousers. Inset navy bands around thighs and armholes. Collarless jacket with rounded neck, zipper front, sleeves bloused slightly into cuffs.  Welt pockets outlined in navy at hips and at knees on trousers, zipper access with large O ring pulls. Ankle cuffs on trousers.  Navy wool beret. Wool, metal zips. Trouser suit. Quant, Mary. 1966, remade 1973. White wool with navy bands & zippers.  Cream wool jacket and trousers. Inset navy bands around thighs and armholes. Collarless jacket with rounded neck, zipper front, sleeves bloused slightly into cuffs. Welt pockets outlined in navy at hips and at knees on trousers, zipper access with large O ring pulls. Ankle cuffs on trousers. Navy wool beret. Wool, metal zips. 
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Ull, Joseph A - Unit: 78th Infantry, Company: F - Enlistment Rank: Pvt, Discharge Rank: PvtUll, Joseph A - Unit: 78th Infantry, Company: F - Enlistment Rank: Pvt, Discharge Rank: Pvt
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Ull, Julius - Born: [BLANK], Naturalized: [BLANK]Ull, Julius - Born: [BLANK], Naturalized: [BLANK]
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Un ull de la cara : aventura mitj històrica posada en vers catalàUn ull de la cara : aventura mitj històrica posada en vers català
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Utah vs Arizona, October 22, 1977Utah vs Arizona, October 22, 1977
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Waistcoat with sleeves, of hand-embroidered cotton with wool threads, India, 1740-1749.   Waistcoat with sleeves, of hand-embroidered cotton with wool threads, India, 1740-1749.   
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Waistcoat, reversible, embroidered navy wool and pigskin, probably Switzerland, 1930s.  Wool, pigskin and embroidery Waistcoat, reversible, embroidered navy wool and pigskin, probably Switzerland, 1930s.  Wool, pigskin and embroidery 
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Weekly Artisan; 1909-08-28Weekly Artisan; 1909-08-28

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Weekly Artisan; 1910-02-05Weekly Artisan; 1910-02-05

Grand Rapids Public Library (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Weekly Artisan; 1910-02-26Weekly Artisan; 1910-02-26

Grand Rapids Public Library (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Weekly Artisan; 1910-03-05Weekly Artisan; 1910-03-05

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Weekly Artisan; 1910-04-16Weekly Artisan; 1910-04-16

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Weekly Artisan; 1910-06-04Weekly Artisan; 1910-06-04

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Weekly Artisan; 1910-07-30Weekly Artisan; 1910-07-30

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Weekly Artisan; 1910-08-20Weekly Artisan; 1910-08-20

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Weekly Artisan; 1910-10-01Weekly Artisan; 1910-10-01

Grand Rapids Public Library (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Weekly Artisan; 1910-10-08Weekly Artisan; 1910-10-08

Grand Rapids Public Library (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Weekly Artisan; 1910-10-22Weekly Artisan; 1910-10-22

Grand Rapids Public Library (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Weekly Artisan; 1910-11-05Weekly Artisan; 1910-11-05

Grand Rapids Public Library (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Weekly Artisan; 1910-11-12Weekly Artisan; 1910-11-12

Grand Rapids Public Library (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Weekly Artisan; 1910-12-24Weekly Artisan; 1910-12-24

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Woman's double-breasted coat in wool, Jaeger, Great Britain, 1970s. Woman's fitted coat in navy wool with broken pinstripe in white. Double breasted with white buttons. Lined in navy Tricel (a triacetate lining fabric). Faux pocket flaps on the hips. Knee length. Wool lined with synthetic fabric. Woman's double-breasted coat in wool, Jaeger, Great Britain, 1970s. Woman's fitted coat in navy wool with broken pinstripe in white. Double breasted with white buttons. Lined in navy Tricel (a triacetate lining fabric). Faux pocket flaps on the hips. Knee length. Wool lined with synthetic fabric. 
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Woman's ensemble, bolero sweater, leggings, chaps, jumper and boots, Helmut Lang, USA, Autumn/Winter, 2003.   Woman's ensemble, bolero sweater, leggings, chaps, jumper and boots, Helmut Lang, USA, Autumn/Winter, 2003.   
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Woman's riding jacket of flannel trimmed with mohair and lined with sateen, designed and made by John Redfern & Sons, England, 1885-1886. Woman's riding jacket of navy blue flannel trimmed with mohair and lined with sateen. Fastened with hooks and eyes beneath the ornamental loop and button fastening. Braid.  Flannel trimmed with mohair, and lined with sateen.Woman's riding jacket of flannel trimmed with mohair and lined with sateen, designed and made by John Redfern & Sons, England, 1885-1886. Woman's riding jacket of navy blue flannel trimmed with mohair and lined with sateen. Fastened with hooks and eyes beneath the ornamental loop and button fastening. Braid.  Flannel trimmed with mohair, and lined with sateen.
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Woman's waistcoat, 1630s, English; Linen embroidered with red wool crewelwork, bobbin lace trimming.   Woman's waistcoat, 1630s, English; Linen embroidered with red wool crewelwork, bobbin lace trimming.   
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Wooden fashion doll with costume and accessories, England, 1755-1760.   Wooden fashion doll with costume and accessories, England, 1755-1760.   
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Wool and velvet jacket with a short skirt and belt, designed by Yves Saint Laurent, Paris, 1979.   Wool and velvet jacket with a short skirt and belt, designed by Yves Saint Laurent, Paris, 1979.   
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Wool jacket and skirt suit with silk lining, designed by Christian Dior London Ltd., London, 1954.  Black wool jacket and skirt suit with silk lining. Fitted jacket with a low neckline and sculptural collar. Single breasted and with 5 buttons down the front. Welted pockets on peplum. Slim skirt. Wool with silk lining. Wool jacket and skirt suit with silk lining, designed by Christian Dior London Ltd., London, 1954.  Black wool jacket and skirt suit with silk lining. Fitted jacket with a low neckline and sculptural collar. Single breasted and with 5 buttons down the front. Welted pockets on peplum. Slim skirt. Wool with silk lining. 
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Wool jersey dress by Mary Quant, made in Great Britain, 1964.  Rust wool jersey dress, long waisted, with short topstitched flared skirt. Centre front zip, cream Peter Pan collar and turned back cuffs. Wool jersey. Wool jersey dress by Mary Quant, made in Great Britain, 1964.  Rust wool jersey dress, long waisted, with short topstitched flared skirt. Centre front zip, cream Peter Pan collar and turned back cuffs. Wool jersey. 
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Wool jersey mini-dress, made by Mary Quant, London, 1966.  Pink wool jersey mini-dress with cream trim and pocket detail. Wool jersey. Wool jersey mini-dress, made by Mary Quant, London, 1966.  Pink wool jersey mini-dress with cream trim and pocket detail. Wool jersey. 
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Wool overcoat with leather belt, retailed by Lord John, Great Britain, ca. 1968.   Wool overcoat with leather belt, retailed by Lord John, Great Britain, ca. 1968.   
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Wool suit, designed by Tommy Nutter, Great Britain, 1969.     Wool suit, designed by Tommy Nutter, Great Britain, 1969.    
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Wool tunic dress, designed by Foale & Tuffin, London, 1970.   Wool tunic dress, designed by Foale & Tuffin, London, 1970.   
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Woollen girl's dress in a purple and cream zig-zag pattern, with a belt with gold plastic buckle, 1970s. Girl's dress made from purple and cream woollen fabric in a zig-zag design. The dress comes with a belt made from the same material and features a plastic gold buckle at the front. This buckle is decorative as the belt does up using a series of poppers located at the back of the belt. The dress has a single pleat down the left hand side, from shoulder to hem, featuring a different, spotted pattern but using the same colours. This pleat has four decorative gold buttons sewn onto it, but unlike the buckle, these are made of metal. The collared dress does up using a metal zip, and a hook and eye, located at the back. It also has a lining made of cream, synthetic fabric.  Woollen girl's dress in a purple and cream zig-zag pattern, with a belt with gold plastic buckle, 1970s. Girl's dress made from purple and cream woollen fabric in a zig-zag design. The dress comes with a belt made from the same material and features a plastic gold buckle at the front. This buckle is decorative as the belt does up using a series of poppers located at the back of the belt. The dress has a single pleat down the left hand side, from shoulder to hem, featuring a different, spotted pattern but using the same colours. This pleat has four decorative gold buttons sewn onto it, but unlike the buckle, these are made of metal. The collared dress does up using a metal zip, and a hook and eye, located at the back. It also has a lining made of cream, synthetic fabric.  
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Woollen jersey day mini-dress with wooden and plastic beads, designed by Jeff Banks, London, ca. 1967.   Woollen jersey day mini-dress with wooden and plastic beads, designed by Jeff Banks, London, ca. 1967.   
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Woollen three-piece dinner suit, made in Great Britain, 1928-1929. Black dinner suit consisting of a jacket, trousers and waistcoat of black wool. The inside of the jacket is lined with black silk, and the sleeves with striped cotton. The waistcoat and trousers are lined with the same cotton as the jacket. Wool and cotton. Woollen three-piece dinner suit, made in Great Britain, 1928-1929. Black dinner suit consisting of a jacket, trousers and waistcoat of black wool. The inside of the jacket is lined with black silk, and the sleeves with striped cotton. The waistcoat and trousers are lined with the same cotton as the jacket. Wool and cotton. 
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