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 Decade: 1900-1909
Dress

Dress

Date: 1902
Creator: Harbison, Samuel
Description: Day dress of black silk taffeta. The dress, in the style of the Aesthetic or Reform Movement, is full-length, with a slender silhouette. The front and back of the bodice is styled of tiny vertical knife-pleats, which gather into the rounded neckline. The side panels of the bodice are plain, and there is a line of 14 snaps along the left side forming the closure. The long sleeves are smooth, with slight pleating at the padded shoulders, and they taper to the pointed wrists. The sleeves have 5 hidden snaps and a line of 12 domed non-functioning black taffeta covered buttons on each sleeve. Bodice and skirt are divided by a thin black band. Skirt is fully pleated with tiny vertical knife-pleats. Bodice is lined with thin black crepe. Label sewn inside at back below neckline: "Harbison / Vandervoort's St Louis" Not shown is the accompanying cummerbund of black taffeta, the waistband of large horizontal pleats with a large fan/bow at back with wide, trailing ribbons. (43" from waist to lowest point of ribbons)
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Maine Woods

Maine Woods

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Date: 1908
Creator: Hartley, Marsden
Description: A landscape painting of a forest.
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Boots

Boots

Date: 1900/1910
Creator: Healthways (USA)
Description: Pair of boots or "High Button Shoes" of black leather. The shoes, designed with rounded pointed toes, lace closed along center front with laces 16 holes high. The low, stacked heels are rounded at sides and back, and are curved at front. The sole is of black leather. Shoes are lined in black leather and off-white cloth. The base of the heel is of black rubber(?) with molded grips. Manufacturer's mark molded into heel: "[Image of a walking man] / Healthway / USA". Stamped into sole: "Combination / Last" Handwritten notation on lining: "4/1/6 18261* / 51|23"
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Consuelo Vanderbilt (1877-1964) Duchess of Marlborough

Consuelo Vanderbilt (1877-1964) Duchess of Marlborough

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Date: 1901
Creator: Helleu, Paul César
Description: The portrait depicts the young woman in a fur coat and a large hat. The drypoint is in black on a cream color paper.
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Luxe, Calme et Volupté

Luxe, Calme et Volupté

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Date: 1904
Creator: Henri Matisse
Description: Total view of painting depicting Luxe, Calme et Volupté.
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Woman at Her Toilet

Woman at Her Toilet

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Date: 1907
Creator: Henri Matisse
Description: None
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Snow in New York

Snow in New York

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Date: 1902
Creator: Henri, Robert
Description: None
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The Coming Storm

The Coming Storm

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Date: 1901
Creator: Homer, Winslow
Description: A landscape painting of a storm approaching over a lake.
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Sayohime

Sayohime

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Date: 1905
Creator: Japanese Postcard Association
Description: A woman looking out to sea inside a heart shape is the focal point of this postcard.
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Geese, Anti-Clerical Caricature

Geese, Anti-Clerical Caricature

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Date: May 17, 1902
Creator: Jossot, Henri-Gustave
Description: Six clergy are seen in profile behind the silhouettes of nine geese.
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