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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Decade: 1920-1929
 Year: 1923
Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

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Date: 1923/1928
Creator: Rivera, Diego
Description: This detail of the mural shows the man at the head of the dinner table and the two men in the background with weapons and food baskets.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1923/1928
Creator: Rivera, Diego
Description: This detail of the mural shows the three diners at the left edge of the mural and the man at the head of the table.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1923/1928
Creator: Rivera, Diego
Description: This mural detail shows two adult diners and the crying child at the right edge of this mural panel.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

Capitalist Dinner, Court of the Fiestas, Corrido of the Agrarian Revolution

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1923/1928
Creator: Rivera, Diego
Description: The mural located in the Hall of the Agrarian Revolution, level three, north wall, shows five diners and a child crying in front of a scene of men holding baskets of harvest and rifles with straps of ammunition.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Cloche

Cloche

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Cloche hat of burnt sienna-colored straw. The high domed crown of woven straw is decorated with flowers and leaves formed by embroidering and couching, but using fine brown and cream cloth rather than thread. The brown fabric flowers have beaded centers. The very narrow brim of matching straw is turned up at front, and edged with brown fabric and bound with dark golden yellow threads. The hat is lined in fine black cloth, through which can be seen the inner stitching of the "embroidery". There are no designer, maker, or retailer labels in the hat.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Cloche

Cloche

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Cloche hat of beige straw. The high, domed crown is created of fine beige straw which has been crocheted. At the base of the crown is a wide band of beige grosgrain ribbon edged with a very thin ribbon band, with a finely pleated section to one side. The cloche has a small brim, mostly down-turned. Over the entire crown and brim is sewn thin "ribbon" bands in a different type and shade of straw, forming several large leaf forms and filling the rest of the space with scrolling decoration. The interiors of the leaf forms are hand-painted in blue, purple, brown and green. The interior of the crown is lined in a tan/copper fabric, and the underside of the brim is lined in a cream fabric. There are no labels in the hat.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Cloche

Cloche

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Cloche of beige silk. The domed brim is of beige silk top-stitched and quilted to a base of grayish felt. The stitching is in the form of repeated and spiraling lines. At base of crown is wide band of brown grosgrain ribbon with bow at front. The brim is of the same material as crown, is shallow, and turns downward. It frames the face, with triangular extensions at sides. Hat is unlined. There are no labels or tags in the hat.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Cloche

Cloche

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Cloche hat of beige felt. The high, domed crown is of dark beige/brownish felt, pulled and gathered to create texture at top back. The brim, of the same felt, is narrow, curving down at sides and up at back. Around the base of the crown is a wide band of brown grosgrain ribbon, which passes through slots in the upturned back section of the brim. At the side of the hat, the ribbon is gathered slightly, and has three segments that extend forward around the crown, fanning upwards to partly cover the front of the hat. The hat is lined in a slightly iridescent bronze fabric. In crown of hat is ornate embroidered label consisting of an oval surmounted by a device with triple ostrich plumes; small coats of arms at the ends of the oval, and the text " Imported / Amhat / Chiffon Felt", with inscription below: "Reg. U.S. Patent Office". Attached inside base of crown is original paper tag: "Berlin / Amhat / New York" and "Triste / Imported / Chiffon Felt".
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Cloche

Cloche

Date: 1923
Creator: unknown
Description: Cloche-type hat of blue-green velvet. An early example of the cloche hat, it has a narrow up-turned brim. All around the crown is floral decoration carried out in beading, applique, and embroidery. Also with thin lines of gold thread sewn throughout. The edges of the brim are similarly decorated. Remains of silk lining. Original cataloging indicates the had had a Sanger Bros., Dallas, price tag inside marked $35, on sale for $30.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Coat

Coat

Date: 1923/1926
Creator: unknown
Description: Coat of floral brocade and blue velvet. The mid-length wrap coat is made of Jacquard woven silk(?)in a pattern of flowers in blues, taupe, and browns on a dark brown ground, with metallic gold stitching throughout. The raglan sleeves and the collar are edged in wide bands of gathered ruched aqua blue/green velvet. Center front opening with no closures. The coat is lined in aqua blue/green velvet. No labels in garment. Owned by Mrs. Carlton L. Yager of California, aunt of the donor, who called it her "Opera Coat".
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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