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  Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
 Decade: 1960-1969
 Year: 1968
Mirror with Rock Salt (Salt Mine and Museum Proposal)

Mirror with Rock Salt (Salt Mine and Museum Proposal)

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Date: 1968
Creator: Smithson, Robert
Description: Sketch used for art project proposal for Mirror with Rock Salt work.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Love Crosses

Love Crosses

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Date: 1968
Creator: Indiana, Robert
Description: None
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Ensemble - Coat and Skirt

Ensemble - Coat and Skirt

Date: 1968
Creator: Klein, Anne
Description: Ensemble. Coat and matching skirt (not shown) of woven upholstery-weight fabric with stylized floral and geometric designs in burgundy and blue/black on a creme ground. Coat is mid-length, flaring slightly to hem, with long sleeves and a center-front opening. The opening, hem, and cuffs are all trimmed in a curly "lamb's wool" died burgundy to match the pattern. Fully lined in burgundy silk(?) With separate sash/belt. Labels in coat: Designer's label "Anne Klein" with lion logo; Dallas, Texas retailer's label "Marie Leavell". Not shown is skirt in matching fabric, mid-length, with no trim.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Boots

Boots

Date: 1968
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of brown suede boots. Almost knee-high, the boots are constructed as slip-on rounded-toe shoes or moccasins with added segments on the quarter to create the length of the boots. At the top, the suede of the boots is folded over outwards forming a pocket for a drawstring around top and a band of suede fringe around the outside of the boot. Indistinct trademark/logo stamped on sole. Illegible stamped mark inside boots. Referred to as "Squaw Boots", these were worn by the donor who acquired them in 1968 from the Fishing Bridge Store, in Yellowstone National Park.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Men's Pants

Men's Pants

Date: 1968
Creator: Stephens, John
Description: Man's olive green cotton corduroy pants with no waistband or pockets. Metal hook front closure.
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Men's Shirt

Men's Shirt

Date: 1968
Creator: Stephens, John
Description: Men's button front bright pink. orange. blue and green multi-colored ocean print Irish cotton shirt. Wide dog's-ear collar. Long sleeved.
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park

Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park

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Date: 1968
Creator: Luna, Ted & Westphall, Victor
Description: The walkway and entrance are visible with winding wall and totem plaques.
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park

Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park

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Date: 1968
Creator: Luna, Ted & Westphall, Victor
Description: The exterior rear facade is visible.
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park

Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1968
Creator: Luna, Ted & Westphall, Victor
Description: The main facade of the monument stands on a slight hill.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Shoes

Shoes

Date: 1968~
Creator: Esprit
Description: Pair of shoes of navy blue leather. The shoes are designed with square toes and dark leather uppers. A wide rectangular panel of navy blue simulated reptile skin extends from the toe, up the vamp, below an oval cut-out in the vamp, and up the instep to create a tongue. The 2 1/4" high heel is covered with same blue leather, and tapers to base. Maker's label stamped inside: "Esprit" Stamped inside: "Leather upper & Sole / Other Mat'ls Man-Made" Handwritten inside: "5 M 0320109 / A AA 37122 5"
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