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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: View of the glass facade of the building at 333 West Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois.
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[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: A building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The building was also formerly called the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: Detailed view of stonework and windows above the front doors of a multistory building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The address, "35 East Wacker Drive" is engraved in the stone above the doors, at the bottom of this image. The building was also formerly known as the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: Southeast entrance to the building at 333 W. Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. There are steps leading up to the entrance and two marble columns flank the doorway. The lower part of the building is made of stone with windows above.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: Detail view of the marble columns surrounding an entrance to the building at 333 West Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: View of one corner of the skyscraper at 333 West Wacker Drive, in Chicago, Illinois.
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190 South La Salle

190 South La Salle

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Date: 1986
Creator: Johnson, Philip & Burgee, John Henry
Description: View of the top of a skyscraper at 190 South La Salle Street in Chicago, Illinois.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: View of the glass facade of the skyscraper at 333 West Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois.
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[Interview with Elda Harrington]

[Interview with Elda Harrington]

Date: April 2, 2008
Creator: Kidd, Allison & Westrup, Sarah
Description: This transcript is the record of an interview with photographer Elda Harrington about how technology affects her work as part of a lecture series, "Women Art Technology." During the interview, Harrington discusses her own work in photography as well as the schools and the photography festival that she has established in Argentina. The transcript includes a brief introduction with a biography of Harrington and general information about the lecture series and the specific interview. A list of 'Suggested reading' materials is also listed at the end of the transcript.
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[Interview with Adelma Benavente Garcia]

[Interview with Adelma Benavente Garcia]

Date: March 25, 2008
Creator: Kidd, Allison & Westrup, Sarah
Description: This transcript is the record of an interview with photographer Adelma Benavente Garcia about how technology affects her work as part of a lecture series, "Women Art Technology." During the interview, Garcia discusses the projects she has worked on to preserve photographs in the Andes mountains and other parts of Peru. The transcript includes a brief introduction with a biography of Garcia and general information about the lecture series and the specific interview. A list of 'Suggested reading' materials is also listed at the end of the transcript.
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[Interview with Paula Sibilia]

[Interview with Paula Sibilia]

Date: April 23, 2008
Creator: Kidd, Allison & Westrup, Sarah
Description: This transcript is the record of an interview with Paula Sibilia about how technology affects her work as part of a lecture series, "Women Art Technology." During the interview, Sibilia discusses her research into how technological body modifications affect the cultural, social, and philosophical aspects of the human body. The transcript includes a brief introduction with a biography of Sibilia and general information about the lecture series and the specific interview. A list of 'Suggested reading' materials is also listed at the end of the transcript.
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[Metropolitan Museum of Art]

[Metropolitan Museum of Art]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a sculpture exhibit in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, New York. In the foreground, a two-story exhibition hall is visible filled with brown pedestals displaying small sculptures. Two stories of colonnaded archways are visible in the background.
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Pantsuit

Pantsuit

Date: 2000?
Creator: de la Renta, Oscar
Description: Evening pantsuit of ivory, blue, and black striped silk consisting of three pieces: a) Mid-length jacket of vertically striped silk with very wide, straight sleeves. Center front opening with no closure. Attached shoulder pads. (b) Pants of matching silk. Full-length, with center back snaps and hook-and-eye closure. Designed to fit loosely, with drawstring waist. (c) Short sleeved tank-style top of matching silk. Sleeveless, with round neckline. The hem, armholes, and neckline are trimmed in black. Each piece has designer's label "Oscar de la Renta".
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1935/1939
Creator: Carnegie, Hattie
Description: Hat of green felt. Designed as a modified cloche, the had is formed of a deep, domed crown of green felt with a rolled edge at back that extends to become a high, curved brim in front. The front extension is crowned by a feathered ornament formed as a stylized bird looking downwards. The "bird" has tan and dark feathers for the tail, green feathers for neck and breast, and a black plastic(?) beak. Around the base of the crown is a band of dark gray/bronze colored net, which extends at front and sides to become a veil. Around inside of crown is dark brown/black grosgrain ribbon band. Sewn to inner ribbon band is maker's label: "Hattie Carnegie / Inc / Custom Made"
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1920
Creator: unknown
Description: Dress of navy wool gabardine in two parts. The main body of the tubular-shaped dress is full-length, sleeveless, with a round neckline. It has decorative bead-work at upper bust, on back at shoulders and down spine, in a line from right hip down to hem, and around hem. The bead-work includes lines of red and clear beads, spirals and "bursts" of clear and red beads, circular ornaments of red beads, and a roundel at front to bottom right at hem of a scene of a wine jug against a blue, clear and green background. The dress has an opening from left shoulder to waist which is secured with a line of hidden snaps, and is decorated with nine cloth and plastic circular non-functioning buttons arranged in groups of three. The dress is unlined. The dress has with it a detachable cropped camisole of white cotton with center front hook-and-eyes closure and white elastic waistband. The sleeves of the camisole are of navy wool gabardine, bell-shaped, and match the dress. They are decorated with the same style bead-work as the dress, including lines of red and clear beads running from shoulders to wrist, clear and red beaded spirals and "bursts", and ...
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Dress

Dress

Date: 2000?
Creator: de la Renta, Oscar
Description: Evening dress of bright green hammered silk. The tunic-style dress is full-length, tapering to lower hem in a V-line and with a slit up the side. Rounded collar/neckline and long, bat-wing style sleeves. Inner attached shoulder pads. Hand-written note on the designer label: "8624 #2"
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Handbag

Handbag

Date: 1910/1925
Creator: unknown
Description: Handbag of multi-colored glass beads of boldly colored, somewhat stylized floral design. Bronze frame cast with floral forms and openwork, and set with navy blue and green rhinestones. Roses on frame have remains of applied coloration. Suspension chain in rope form with spaced clusters of green and blue beads. Bag has fringe at bottom composed of loops of green and black faceted beads. Off-white satin lining, mostly deteriorated.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 2000?
Creator: de la Renta, Oscar
Description: Tunic-style evening dress of royal blue hammered silk. Full-length, narrowing to hem and with a slit up the side. Dress has a round neckline with hook-and-eye closure at back and has wide, straight, bracelet-length sleeves. Hand-written notation on the designer label: "8634 #2"
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1969/1970
Creator: DHJ Industries
Description: Maxi paper bridesmaid dress of Reemay spun polyester "paper". The long dress is printed with a pattern of impressionistic flowers in greens, pink, blues and purples on a yellow ground. It has a high, rounded neckline with no collar, and opens with a zipper at center back from collar to just above waist. The long, fitted sleeves have a thin band at cuff which extends to be tied into a bow. Empire waistline, from which extend box pleats. The dress appears to have a full, floor-length skirt, but the skirt is actually divided, forming pant legs. No designer labels in garment, but original tag is preserved with it: Obverse: "'Wear-a-while'* / Fashions / with / Reemay [trademark symbol] / Du Pont's Fabulous / New 100% Spun Bonded Polyester / DuPont Reemay brings an entirely new quality to 'conven- / ience fashions'. It has an unusual surface appearance, it / is strong and it is colorfast. Garments of Reemay may be / washed a few times and need no ironing if you use / normal wash-and-wear procedures / DHJ Industries Inc. / [trademark symbol] Registered Du Pont Trademark / * Trademark of / DHJ Industries, Inc." Reverse: "Du Pont / Reemay ...
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Pillbox Hat

Pillbox Hat

Date: 1955
Creator: Bailey, Jo
Description: Pillbox hat of striped fabric. The low-crowned cylindrical hat is covered in a gray fabric having red, green, black, white, and gold stripes reminiscent of a man's tie. Around the crown the fabric is pleated and draped, giving the effect of a low turban. Lined in a pink satin, with dusty rose pink grosgrain ribbon inner hatband. Glued into the crown lining is a homemade(?) hand embroidered label: "Jo Bailey Hats"
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Skirt

Skirt

Date: 1996
Creator: Oldham, Todd
Description: Skirt of open weave silk ribbons. The floor-length skirt is created of loosely woven silk ribbons of yellow, red, blue, green, pink, orange, brown, white, and black, forming a lattice or trellis. It gathers into the orange waistband, which has a single hook-and-eye closure, and is unlined. No labels in garment. Designed Fall 1996. Gift of the Todd Oldham Archives. Bodice in image is a modern wrap placed on form for display purposes.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1996
Creator: Oldham, Todd
Description: Dress of photo-printed knit. The sheath-style dress is of a polyester/lycra blend sueded knit. Full-length, the dress has a "crew neck" rounded neckline with slight standing collar and short cap sleeves. The dress widens at the hips and tapers to the hem, and has a back vent slit at center back from hem up 47.5cm. The entire garment is photo-printed with images of "travel scenes" of the west - roads, lakes, cacti, cows on farms, rock formations, etc. Designer's label inside at back collar: "Todd / Oldham" Three tags inside near hem: Size: "M" Care: "Dry Clean / Only / Made / In U.S.A." Content: "85% Polyester / 15% Lycra". From Oldham's Spring 1996 collection.
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Coat

Coat

Date: 1996
Creator: Oldham, Todd
Description: Coat of black wool. The hip-length coat is constructed of black felted wool with yellow, red, green, brown, blue, and orange bands of grosgrain ribbon woven in and out of the wool, forming a grid or trellis pattern over the entire garment. The coat has a notched collar and long sleeves, and has a center-front closure with three circular silver colored metal buttons. It is fully lined with black silk. Designer's label sewn inside at back collar: "Todd Oldham". From Oldham's Fall 1996 collection.
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Pajamas

Pajamas

Date: 1985
Creator: Oldham, Todd
Description: Men's pajamas of silk crepe. The two-piece set consists of a top and pants, both made of silk crepe printed with a design of large eyes decorated with teardrop-shaped colored "gems". The top has a rounded notched collar, long sleeves, and a patch pocket at left breast. The center front opening has four circular black buttons. The collar, center-front opening, and pocket are edged in black trim. Unlined. The top has a designer's label inside at back collar: "Todd / Oldham" The full-length pants are wide-legged, and have a drawstring in the waistband. The pants have four labels sewn in: Designer's Label: "Todd / Oldham" Size: "S" Content: "100% / Silk" Care: "Dry Clean / Only / Made / In U.S.A."
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