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[Köln]

[Köln]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a city street in Köln, Germany. A street with tram lines and a gray building are visible in the foreground. Other buildings, cars, and a church are visible in the background.
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[Köln]

[Köln]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a building in Köln, Germany. In the foreground, cars and people are covered in shadow. The building sits in the background next to other smaller buildings.
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[White Building]

[White Building]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a tall white building in Köln, Germany. A small section of broken wall sits in shadow in front of the building in the foreground. One tree is visible in the background.
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Gloves

Gloves

Date: 1930/1939
Creator: Julius Kayser & Co.
Description: Pair of ladies' gloves. The "hands" are of pale brown with white fabric, possibly a silk/cotton blend. Seamed on inside, they have 3 darts on back of each hand done with dark brown stitching. At wrist on each side is a v-shaped extension which joins to the "cuff", which is of light brown cotton with yellow tones. The scalloped edges of the "cuff" and semi-circular sections on the back of each are piped in dark brown fabric. The "cuffs" are styled as a wrap dress, with an overlap at back of wrist. The overlap has a single cylindrical button of black plastic designed to appear carved with three notches in the side revealing pale green/yellow below and at ends. Manufacturer's tag inside gloves: "Kayser, 52 * Reg / Made in Germany / 6"; Stamped in lining by tag: "Kayser 52". The gloves are accompanied by the original paper care tag: "WASH / GLOVES / ON HANDS / Use almost cool / water and a pure / mild soap. We re- / commend PALM- / OLIVE BEADS. Do / not rub. After wash- / ing take gloves off / rinse thoroughly in / cold water. Pull / lengthwise wrap / and ...
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Walhalla

Walhalla

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1830/1842
Creator: Klenze, Leo von
Description: The exterior view of the facade is shown in a dramatic upward view and includes the massive stairs, columns and sculpted pediment.
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Walhalla

Walhalla

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Date: 1830/1842
Creator: Klenze, Leo von
Description: A view of the Danube River is visible beneath the memorial temple on its massive foundation.
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Walhalla

Walhalla

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1830/1842
Creator: Klenze, Leo von
Description: The memorial building is viewed in the great distance.
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Walhalla

Walhalla

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1830/1842
Creator: Klenze, Leo von
Description: This view shows the massive Doric columns and the expansive view into the countryside from inside the temple.
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Walhalla

Walhalla

Access: Use of this item is restricted to the UNT Community.
Date: 1830/1842
Creator: Klenze, Leo von
Description: The interior of the memorial temple is shown with its many attendant sculptures, busts and portraits of notable Germans.
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Alpine Hat

Alpine Hat

Date: 1946/1949
Creator: Lanz
Description: Alpine hat of dark green felt hat. Brim slightly turned up. Hatband of lighter green yarn with feather brush on one side with metal bird on handle. One metal hat pin with a stag and doe and a black and red emblem in top right corner. Unlined with leather inner headband. Labels inside crown: "Ludwig Zapf hutmacher Werfen" and "Lanz Salzburg".
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